4-H                                                         
    4-H girl's speech wins blue ribbon  3/4/71 p.17
    Mrs. Eisenhower sends letter to 4-H Club girl  4/15/71 p.14
    Home economist speaks to Barrington 4-H Club  6/10/71 p.30
    4-H members conference  7/22/71 p.46
    Barrington 4-H'ers receive awards  8/12/71 p.18
    Flynn Valley 4-H Club at the Lake County Fair  8/19/71 p.20
    Flynn Valley 4-H Club celebrates 15th year  8/26/71 p.43
    Awards night for 4-H'ers  12/2/71 p.34
    Receives 4-H alumna award  12/23/71 p.15
 
A&P FOOD STORES                                             
    A&P closes its doors, Aug 21  8/19/71 p.1
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Drowns in pool New Year's Day  1/7/71 p.2
    Benefit held for David Eversole  1/7/71 p.21
    Loses all in holiday fire  1/7/71 p.28
    Stewardess on Flight 30  1/21/71 p.1
    A young boy's loss  2/4/71 p.1
    Three hurt in crash  2/4/71 p.4
    Head-on crash  2/11/71 p.4
    Charge driver following accident  2/11/71 p.5
    Three injured  2/18/71 p.5
    Seven hurt  2/25/71 p.4
    Three-car accident  3/18/71 p.5
    Open switch derails train at crossing  3/25/71 p.5
    Minor injuries  3/25/71 p.16
    Car-truck crash  4/29/71 p.5
    Seven hurt in crash at Cuba, Ela roads  5/6/71 p.5
    Barrington woman hurt  5/6/71 p.17
    [Thomas Moats] escapes injury  5/27/71 p.4
    Firemen respond  5/27/71 p.13
    Village mishaps injure two  6/10/71 p.6
    Rollover  6/17/71 p.5
    Hills crash kills Hoffman girl  6/24/71 p.20
    Car-truck crash  7/8/71 p.6
    Auto collision takes life  7/8/71 p.44
    Car-truck crash  7/15/71 p.7
    Camping trip ends in tragedy  7/29/71 p.1
    Two-car crash  7/29/71 p.7
    [Merton Cogswell] in hospital after accident  8/5/71 p.2
    Four are injured in Island Lake collision  8/5/71 p.8
    Heavy wave injures boy  8/5/71 p.22
    Four children overcome by chlorine gas in pool  8/12/71 p.9
    [Train] car derailed  8/12/71 p.8
    Two-car crash  8/26/71 p.5
    Broken coupling stalls traffic  9/30/71 p.3
    Holiday fatality  9/30/71 p.27
    Cary man is killed  10/21/71 p.4
    Rollover  10/21/71 p.4
    Two injured  11/11/71 p.8
    [Nicholas Excell] hit by car  11/25/71 p.5
    Teen [Peter Forbes] dies  12/23/71 p.5
 
AHLGREN, DAVID D.                                           
    Cary man is killed  10/21/71 p.4
 
AIMEE                                                       
    Aimee  8/19/71 p.14
 
ALGONQUIN, ILL.                                             
    Algonquin Founder's Day will run August 11-15  7/22/71 p.12
 
ALLEGRETTI'S OLD HEIDELBERG (RESTAURANT)                    
    Proposes site for village hall  7/29/71 p.8
    Board starts condemnation proceedings  8/26/71 p.2
 
AMERICAN CAN COMPANY                                        
    American Can Company hosts 2d blood drawing  9/16/71 p.6
 
AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                                    
    Barrington wins first America [sic] Legion crown  7/8/71
        p.46
 
ANDERLIK, JIM                                               
    Anderlik in upset, Beese, Veath coast  4/8/71 p.2
 
ANDERS, WILLIAM                                             
    Apollo 8 astronaut to speak at Republican spring dinner 
        4/29/71 p.4
 
ANDERSON, C. RICHARD                                        
    Anderson withdraws from race  11/18/71 p.3
 
ANDERSON, CORLISS D., SR.                                   
    YMCA boards announced by Buehler and Anderson  3/18/71 p.29
 
ANDERSON, CORLISS, DR.                                      
    Garrett board president  6/24/71 p.13
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Crow attacks school children  4/8/71 p.28
    A young boy's loss  2/4/71 p.1
    Report 10-fold increase in heartworm disease  2/25/71 p.5
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Hunter uses collie for target practice  1/21/71 p.19
    Form Humane Society for Northern Illinois  4/22/71 p.59
    Help needed for horses  6/10/71 p.35
    Police save dogs, seek Wisconsin farmhand  8/26/71 p.67
    Helping Paws helps Michael and others  10/28/71 p.43
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Deer Park annexation talks at standstill  2/4/71 p.1
    Annexation, ordinances Deer Park board topics  2/18/71 p.1
    Paulte [sic] ready for annexation  3/25/71 p.1
    Winston fights decision  4/29/71 p.1
    Pulte hearing Saturday, May 8  4/29/71 p.1
    Board oks annexation of 60-acre Pulte tract  6/17/71 p.2
    De-annexation denied  6/17/71 p.26
    Tower Lakes gets annexation request  6/24/71 p.1
    Plans family restaurant at Route 14, Kelsey Road  9/16/71
        p.1
    Restaurant site  9/23/71 p.42
    Shopping center hearing Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.1
    Discuss medical clinic Dec. 8  11/25/71 p.1
    Postpone hearing  11/25/71 p.3
    Residents object to medical clinic  12/9/71 p.5
    Postpone hearing  12/16/71 p.1
    Slate second hearing on clinic  12/16/71 p.3
    Plan 3d hearing on medical clinic  12/30/71 p.3
 
ANNING, THOMAS                                              
    [Thomas Anning] 45th anniversary with Illinois Bell 
        4/22/71 p.13
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    [Burton Wendt] 30 years with Commonwealth Edison  2/18/71
        p.43
    Silver anniversary ball to be held by Auxiliary  3/18/71
        p.18
    Knights of Columbus celebrate anniversary  3/25/71 p.34
    [Mr. & Mrs. Henry Scherer] receive card from president 
        4/15/71 p.16
    [Thomas Anning] 45th anniversary with Illinois Bell 
        4/22/71 p.13
    [Mr. & Mrs. William Washo] observe 35th anniversary 
        4/22/71 p.22
    [Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Pepper] celebrate anniversary  4/22/71
        p.22
    [William Roloff, Jr.] celebrates anniversary  4/29/71 p.35
    [Pahlkes] celebrate 25th anniversary  5/13/71 p.27
    Haeger celebrates birthday  5/27/71 p.12
    [Plagge] golden wedding anniversaries  7/22/71 p.28
    [Clara Olsen] celebrates her 96th birthday  8/5/71 p.35
    Fifth anniversary for McDonald's  8/26/71 p.8
    60th anniversary [Mr. & Mrs. Tony Mule]  9/2/71 p.18
    [Robert & Betty Murphy] 25th anniversary  9/9/71 p.12
    Cub Pack 200 40th anniversary  9/16/71 p.13
    Norstroms celebrate 50th anniversary  9/16/71 p.18
    Lutheran church plans celebration  9/23/71 p.21
    Celebration for golden anniversary [Mr. & Mrs. Jesse
        Lovellette]  11/4/71 p.32
    [Leo Brink] celebrates service anniversary at Bell 
        11/18/71 p.14
    [Rose & Clarence Plagge] celebrate fiftieth wedding
        anniversary  11/25/71 p.18
    [Mr. & Mrs. William Halling] golden wedding anniversary 
        12/2/71 p.20
    VFW celebrates 25th anniversary  12/16/71 p.23
 
APPLEJACK GRAND PRIX                                        
    Chicago Bears, Cubs in snowmobile races at Webbe's Orchard 
        1/7/71 p.2
    Har-Val to film Applejack Prix  1/7/71 p.2
 
ARDEN SHORE HOME FOR BOYS                                   
    Arden Shore Home serves needy boys  6/10/71 p.22
 
ARMSTRONG, VIRGINIA                                         
    Barrington resident compiles oratory  8/26/71 p.39
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Kite day at Lines School  6/17/71 p.31
 
ARTHUR RUBLOFF AND COMPANY                                  
    Reveal multi-unit development plan  3/11/71 p.1
 
BABE RUTH LITTLE LEAGUE                                     
    Babe Ruth League  7/22/71 p.A-2
 
BAKERS LAKE                                                 
    Halt lowering of water level  4/29/71 p.3
    Park board wants survey of Baker Lake  5/13/71 p.59
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN (BASEBALL CLUB)                         
    Antioch stuns Barrington  7/15/71 p.49
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Chamber of Commerce elects new officers  1/14/71 p.3
    Village Chamber plans sales clinic  2/11/71 p.3
    To discuss hospital at Chamber dinner  2/18/71 p.3
    Selling is Our Business clinic planned March 2  2/25/71 p.3
    Chamber hears area hospital plans  3/4/71 p.26
    Chamber selling clinic under way  3/11/71 p.3
    [Ming Hoekstra] to demonstrate telephone use  3/18/71 p.1
    Chamber of Commerce village wide clean up day  6/3/71 p.1
    Insurance, projecting signs concern Chamber members 
        7/22/71 p.3
    Presented to Chamber portraits, aerial photos  9/2/71 p.1
    Comprehensive plan is Chamber's topic  10/21/71 p.1
    Beyond 90 days Chamber topic  11/11/71 p.1
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    COG names Donald Klein 1st executive  2/4/71 p.3
    Council of Governments accepts information system  3/4/71
        p.29
    Barton-Aschman reports to BACOG  4/1/71 p.22
    Inverness investigating membership in BACOG  4/22/71 p.24
    North Barrington discusses BACOG goals, objectives  4/29/71
        p.6
    Voss, BACOG, under attack  5/6/71 p.1
    Septic system will control density  5/6/71 p.26
    Inverness explores joining BACOG  5/20/71 p.32
    20% of housing termed low-middle cost range  6/3/71 p.1
    Caldwell lists objections to proposed area plan  7/8/71 p.1
    Villages discuss area-wide plan  7/29/71 p.3
    BACOG group selects firm for police study  8/5/71 p.1
    Set deadline for BACOG feedback  8/5/71 p.3
    Lake Barrington accepts comprehensive plan idea  8/12/71 p.6
    No growth policies rejected by BACOG  9/9/71 p.3
    Urges support of Fox Valley Freeway  10/7/71 p.4
    Comprehensive plan is Chamber's topic  10/21/71 p.1
    Dilemma continues for BACOG  11/4/71 p.1
    Comprehensive plan discussion underway  11/25/71 p.3
    BACOG sends policies report to area villages  12/9/71 p.3
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    BADC meets goal, okays re-organization plan  5/27/71 p.2
    BADC slates seminar on planning policies  12/2/71 p.4
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Second annual Old Barrington Days  9/9/71 p.32
    Old Barrington Days planned October 8-9  9/16/71 p.1
    Old Barrington Days schedule  9/30/71 p.1
    Old Barrington Days Oct. 8-9  10/7/71 p.1
    Old Barrington Days schedule  10/7/71 p.1
 
BARRINGTON AREA HOCKEY LEAGUE                               
    BAHL to use lagoon for second rink  10/21/71 p.15
 
BARRINGTON AREA KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS                         
    Knights of Columbus celebrate anniversary  3/25/71 p.34
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Receive copies of Cancer Society book  2/11/71 p.41
    Library appointments  3/11/71 p.38
    Books on drug abuse available at library  3/25/71 p.24
    Library expansion  4/8/71 p.4
    Barrington Library seeks Project Plus grant  4/22/71 p.17
    Library board approves budget  6/10/71 p.4
    Future plans discussed by the library board  7/15/71 p.52
    New vice president of library system  7/22/71 p.19
    Library open at Roslyn Road  7/29/71 p.18
    Survey plans for new library  8/19/71 p.21
    Budget  8/19/71 p.59
    Treasurer's report  9/2/71 p.57
    Library board names architect  10/7/71 p.2
    Consultant hired by library board  10/21/71 p.39
    Chicago Public Library free to Barrington patrons  12/30/71
        p.14
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED DRIVE                                
    Elects new board for United Drive  4/8/71 p.15
    BAUD provides help to non-profit agencies  5/6/71 p.21
    United Cerebral Palsy may join BAUD  7/15/71 p.24
    United drive opens, new goal:  $55,000  9/9/71 p.2
    United drive under way  9/16/71 p.10
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Broncs win baseball title, 10-4  5/20/71 p.57
    Barrington, Heyse blank Lake Region  7/29/71 p.68
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Broncs get a sectional  11/18/71 p.1
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Barrington bows, ties for title  11/11/71 p.65
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Gymnasts win district crown  3/4/71 p.49
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Barrington rolls to tennis title  5/27/71 p.52
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Barrington ties, wins at Hersey  12/9/71 p.46
 
BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND ASSOCIATION                           
    Retirement center a possibility  5/20/71 p.1
 
BARRINGTON COLTS (BASEBALL CLUB)                            
    Frosh win 16th straight, clinch conference crown  5/20/71
        p.58
 
BARRINGTON COMMITTEE ON DRUG ABUSE                          
    Drug abuse committee plans public workshops  3/4/71 p.3
    Drug abuse group to start hot line  3/18/71 p.6
    Hammond drug group speaker  3/25/71 p.3
    Drug abuse hotline is open  4/15/71 p.3
    Detail progress of drug abuse committee  4/29/71 p.2
    Training underway for drug hotline  8/5/71 p.3
    Drug abuse group slated fund drive  10/21/71 p.8
    Drug group discusses causes, effects, needs  11/11/71 p.41
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Treasurer's report  6/10/71 p.50
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Budget  2/18/71 p.40
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Oppose location of fire station  1/28/71 p.2
    Honor Barrington firemen  10/14/71 p.18
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    New gym opens Saturday night  1/7/71 p.3
    High school states traffic ordinance  1/7/71 p.4
    Marijuana is top drug at high school  1/21/71 p.3
    Will participate at All-State festival  1/21/71 p.9
    Extended day students like it  2/11/71 p.3
    Negotiations begin  2/25/71 p.3
    Honor roll  2/25/71 p.36
    Graduation speaker chosen by Class of '71  3/4/71 p.1
    Johnson writes book on children's plays  3/11/71 p.1
    Autographs new book  3/11/71 p.3
    Art show winners  3/18/71 p.17
    [3 BHS students] named outstanding teenagers  3/25/71 p.29
    BHS art department announces awards  4/1/71 p.16
    Work progresses on the new library at Barrington
        Consolidated High School  4/1/71 p.58
    Students:  give gown, trip money to charity  4/22/71 p.1
    Students like split-shift  4/22/71 p.3
    BHS third quarter honor roll  4/29/71 p.23
    Dr. Lawrence resigns as BHS principal 5/6/71 p.3
    Damage targets  5/13/71 p.4
    Industrial arts fair  5/27/71 p.10
    BHS teachers:  no contract, no work  6/10/71 p.1
    BHS recreation program begins Monday, June 21  6/10/71 p.6
    All-Sports trophy to Barrington  6/10/71 p.52
    BHS athletic program involves 885 teenagers  6/10/71 p.52
    Record graduation at Barrington  6/17/71 p.3
    1971 graduation at Barrington High School  6/17/71 p.10
    High school board rejects 3 of 5 purchase proposals 
        6/24/71 p.1
    Board presents teacher awards  6/24/71 p.54
    New plant employs high school students  7/1/71 p.26
    Name Wenninger Barrington principal  7/22/71 p.1
    Work-study program continues at BHS  8/12/71 p.2
    Push for conference realignment next fall  9/16/71 p.59
    Adult education classes at BHS  9/23/71 p.1
    5 are Merit Scholarship semifinalists  10/7/71 p.3
    BHS homecoming is Saturday  10/14/71 p.3
    Homecoming 1971  10/21/71 p.12
    BHS open house scheduled tonight  10/28/71 p.3
    Former queen has returned  10/28/71 p.12
    Barrington High School expands facilities  10/28/71 p.24
    Are boys safe on football field?  11/4/71 p.4
    Adopt suspension policy  11/18/71 p.1
    BHS first quarter honor roll  12/2/71 p.30
    New Folk at BHS on Dec. 29  12/23/71 p.4
    Area athletes turn pro  12/30/71 p.38
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                
    BHSEA elects new officers  5/27/71 p.4
 
BARRINGTON HILLS RIDING CENTER                              
    Two day horse show at the Riding Center  10/14/71 p.22
    Riding Center riders to receive awards  12/2/71 p.21
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Barrington Hills board opposes zoning code  1/7/71 p.5
    Bateman to the rescue  3/4/71 p.4
    Barrington Hills to fill board vacancies  3/4/71 p.30
    Board contest in Barrington Hills  3/11/71 p.21
    Three-car accident  3/18/71 p.5
    Six competing in Barrington Hills  3/25/71 p.1
    Three trustees to be elected  3/25/71 p.35
    Barrington Hills tax receipts overdue  4/1/71 p.34
    3 United Village candidates vie for Barrington Hills' seat 
        4/15/71 p.9
    Incumbents capture most village seats  4/22/71 p.7
    Hart crossing will stay open  4/29/71 p.1
    Barrington Hills election summary  4/29/71 p.9
    Car fire  5/13/71 p.11
    Barrington Hills tax receipts improve  5/13/71 p.42
    Schlenz estate is scene of filming  6/10/71 p.36
    Barrington Hills trustees fight deficit  7/15/71 p.22
    Proposes site for village hall  7/29/71 p.8
    Appropriation  7/29/71 p.58
    Board starts condemnation proceedings  8/26/71 p.2
    Barrington Hills is plagued by burglaries  9/30/71 p.4
    Treasurer's report  9/30/71 p.57
    Plans subdivision in Barrington Hills  10/14/71 p.1
    Trustee raps Lake County judge  10/28/71 p.4
    Seek suspects in $200,000 armed robbery  11/11/71 p.1
    Barrington Hills rejects stop sign plea  11/25/71 p.6
    Hills board ok's freeway  12/30/71 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HORSE SHOW                                       
    Barrington Horse Show parade to be held on August seventh 
        8/5/71 p.32
    Annual Barrington horse show  8/12/71 p.18
    Winners at the annual Barrington Horse Show  8/26/71 p.21
 
BARRINGTON IMPORT MOTORS                                    
    Changes hands  12/2/71 p.65
 
BARRINGTON KIWANIS CLUB                                     
    Kiwanis officers elected for '71-'72  10/7/71 p.1
    Kiwanis Club to sponsor Miss Barrington pageant  12/30/71
        p.2
    Kiwanis Club participates in plant-a-tree project  12/30/71
        p.7
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Community events sign is presented to village  2/18/71 p.3
 
BARRINGTON LITTLE LEAGUE                                    
    Barrington team playing for title  7/22/71 p.67
    Little leaguers bow in title game, 6-4  7/29/71 p.67
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                    
    Penstone resigns Middle School post  3/25/71 p.2
    Awards assembly at Middle School  7/1/71 p.18
    Middle School work will cost $400,000  9/16/71 p.1
    Price to supervise intramural program  9/16/71 p.2
    Who is responsible?  11/18/71 p.10
 
BARRINGTON MONTESSORI SCHOOL                                
    Barrington to have Montessori school  1/7/71 p.20
    Montessori School to receive visitors  4/22/71 p.16
    Montessori School enlarges operations  8/12/71 p.22
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Seeks proposals for future development of South Park 
        1/21/71 p.24
    Park District meeting will be continued  3/11/71 p.52
    Park District lot crowded  3/25/71 p.1
    Park approves record budget  3/25/71 p.3
    Anderlik in upset, Beese, Veath coast  4/8/71 p.2
    Halt lowering of water level  4/29/71 p.3
    Park District seats commissioners  4/29/71 p.36
    Planting trees at South Park  5/6/71 p.4
    Park board wants survey of Baker Lake  5/13/71 p.59
    Treasurer's report  5/27/71 p.47
    Appropriation ordinance  6/10/71 p.50
    Park to treat Columbus Park pond  6/17/71 p.7
    Ping-Pong anyone  7/8/71 p.28
    Park swimmers tie for third  8/12/71 p.58
    Park approves record tax levy  8/26/71 p.3
    Will charge skating fee  11/4/71 p.3
    Veteran park district member Veath resigns  11/11/71 p.3
    Discusses skating fee, new swimming pool  12/16/71 p.4
 
BARRINGTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION                             
    District 4 negotiations underway  3/4/71 p.3
    Teacher, school board talks require federal mediation 
        8/5/71 p.1
    No contract, no work-teachers  8/12/71 p.1
    Mediators too busy  8/19/71 p.1
    District 224, teachers settle  8/26/71 p.1
    Five District 4 schools may not open  8/26/71 p.1
    One-day teacher strike over  9/2/71 p.1
    Teachers Association backs unit district  9/16/71 p.1
    Teachers clarify extra duty issue  10/14/71 p.3
    Seeks speed-up in unit study  12/9/71 p.1
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Asphalt plant hearing set  2/25/71 p.2
    Tentative budget  3/4/71 p.3
    An afternoon with Senator Percy  9/30/71 p.9
    Schaefer is tax collector  11/11/73 p.6
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Confirmation  7/1/71 p.16
 
BARRINGTON VFW POST 7706                                    
    VFW celebrates 25th anniversary  12/16/71 p.23
 
BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB                                     
    Barrington Woman's Club planning 13th art fair  5/13/71 p.3
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    State to control local zoning?  1/14/71 p.1
    Blanke candidate for trustee?  1/14/71 p.3
    Hunter uses collie for target practice  1/21/71 p.19
    No action on Viking plan, Ford lighting  1/28/71 p.1
    Oppose location of fire station  1/28/71 p.2
    Trustees oppose PUD ordinance  1/28/71 p.3
    Deer Park annexation talks at standstill  2/4/71 p.1
    Details new street plan  2/4/71 p.1
    Community sign  2/4/71 p.1
    On the way out [parking lot gates]  2/4/71 p.3
    A look at 1971  2/4/71 p.3
    Comprehensive plan lists priorities  2/4/71 p.47
    Trustees settle lighting issue  2/11/71 p.1
    Approve rezoning for Viking  2/11/71 p.1
    Community events sign is presented to village  2/18/71 p.3
    Airs concern on disorderly conduct law  2/25/71 p.1
    System fails, basements flood  2/25/71 p.1
    Seeks planning recommendation delay  2/25/71 p.2
    Discuss proposed village plan  3/4/71 p.1
    Next public hearing March 24  3/4/71 p.2
    Test village emergency warning system  3/4/71 p.3
    Reveal multi-unit development plan  3/11/71 p.1
    Hire personnel consultant for Barrington  3/18/71 p.3
    1,000 units set in development near Palatine  3/18/71 p.3
    Paulte [sic] ready for annexation  3/25/71 p.1
    Curb cut confusion continues  3/25/71 p.2
    Village board oks judges for election  3/25/71 p.3
    Comprehensive plan hearings continue  4/1/71 p.1
    Village honors Foelschow  4/1/71 p.17
    Barrington off the map  4/8/71 p.1
    Chicago Housing project for Barrington area?  4/15/71 p.1
    Village elections this Tuesday  4/15/71 p.3
    An Oscar for Barrington's Karen Black  4/15/71 p.4
    Tables recommendation on Pulte plan  4/22/71 p.2
    Circus coming to Barrington  4/22/71 p.3
    Hart crossing will stay open  4/29/71 p.1
    Pulte hearing Saturday, May 8  4/29/71 p.1
    Discuss $2 million bond issue  4/29/71 p.3
    Barrington girl helps police solve burglary  4/29/71 p.7
    Hard to have fun here, students tell drug group  5/6/71 p.3
    Hoxie Brothers Circus for all ages  5/6/71 p.3
    Septic system will control density  5/6/71 p.26
    Comprehensive plan deliberation begins  5/13/71 p.3
    Village-wide cleanup is Saturday, June 5  5/13/71 p.3
    Ok walk, don't walk lights at Hough, Main  5/13/71 p.9
    Discuss proposed nursing home  5/20/71 p.1
    Retirement center a possibility  5/20/71 p.1
    Circus comes to town, May 27  5/20/71 p.3
    Village marshal  5/20/71 p.5
    Circus in town today  5/27/71 p.1
    Sign ordinance action deferred  5/27/71 p.3
    Chamber of Commerce village wide clean up day  6/3/71 p.1
    20% of housing termed low-middle cost range  6/3/71 p.1
    Memorial Day 1971  6/3/71 p.3
    Area home sales expected to rise  6/3/71 p.4
    Barrington gets a yearly clean-up  6/10/71 p.3
    Police at odds with board  6/17/71 p.1
    Sign ordinance still hanging  6/17/71 p.1
    Board oks annexation of 60-acre Pulte tract  6/17/71 p.2
    Refuse pickup increase effective July 1  6/17/71 p.6
    Oks sewer replacement in part of Jewel Park  6/17/71 p.9
    Treasurer's report  6/17/71 p.48
    Traffic plan in record village budget  6/24/71 p.1
    Residents object to building permits  6/24/71 p.3
    Caldwell lists objections to proposed area plan  7/8/71 p.1
    Hart-Western plan  7/15/71 p.1
    Seek to speed up widening of Route 59  7/15/71 p.3
    University of Illinois alumni  7/15/71 p.2
    Board listens, doesn't budge  7/29/71 p.1
    Grievance procedure a mockery-Loevy  7/29/71 p.1
    Villages discuss area-wide plan  7/29/71 p.3
    Want lights at death's corner  7/29/71 p.3
    Barrington adopts grievance procedure  7/29/71 p.6
    Water valve maintenance program gets underway  7/29/71 p.6
    Appropriation  7/29/71 p.57
    Heninger resigns as village manager  7/29/71 p.1
    Set deadline for BACOG feedback  8/5/71 p.3
    Montessori school opens in October  8/5/71 p.30
    Barrington Horse Show parade to be held on August seventh 
        8/5/71 p.32
    Mayor has head in sand-police  8/12/71 p.1
    Barrington in new legislative district  8/12/71 p.3
    Sewer problems plague board  8/12/71 p.3
    Lake Barrington accepts comprehensive plan idea  8/12/71 p.6
    Cook Street extension could die  8/12/71 p.7
    Village awards sidewalk pact  8/19/71 p.2
    Want stop signs at Lincoln and Cook  8/26/71 p.3
    Village to replace nine catchbasins  8/26/71 p.3
    Sewer program to begin  8/26/71 p.4
    Zoning board meets Wednesday, Sept. 8  9/2/71 p.1
    Barrington Art Fair, 1971  9/2/71 p.14
    Japanese students visit Barrington  9/2/71 p.18
    Status quo on most projects  9/9/71 p.1
    Police rap grievance procedure  9/9/71 p.1
    2 officers join force  9/9/71 p.3
    Approve sign ordinance  9/16/71 p.3
    No stop signs at Lincoln, Cook  9/16/71 p.3
    Work on water valves in Fox Point, Wyngate  9/16/71 p.6
    Second hospital proposed  9/30/71 p.1
    Sign ordinance passes first test  9/30/71 p.1
    Utility tax proposed by village  9/30/71 p.3
    Barrington has two Congressmen again  9/30/71 p.6
    Homeowners, developers at odds  9/30/71 p.10
    Moody discusses second hospital plan  10/7/71 p.3
    Could lose ambulance service  10/14/71 p.1
    Village board approves sign variation at Viking  10/14/71
        p.6
    Old Barrington Days festivities  10/14/71 p.24
    Comprehensive plan is Chamber's topic  10/21/71 p.1
    Special assessment is opposed  10/28/71 p.1
    Maiben named village manager  10/28/71 p.1
    Dominick's is coming  10/28/71 p.1
    Public invited to hear Brownlee  10/28/71 p.2
    Detail educational program in District 4  10/28/71 p.3
    Special assessment 76 matter still undecided  11/4/71 p.1
    Ok payment to Delta Ambulance  11/11/71 p.1
    Slight increase in crime here  11/11/71 p.3
    More talk about 2nd hospital  11/11/71 p.4
    Detail Pulte sewer proposal  11/11/71 p.6
    Shopping center hearing Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.1
    Assessment group holds first meeting  11/18/71 p.1
    Hospital group notes progress  11/25/71 p.1
    Santa pays annual visit Dec. 3  11/25/71 p.1
    Discuss medical clinic Dec. 8  11/25/71 p.1
    Comprehensive plan discussion underway  11/25/71 p.3
    Plan inquest into youth's death  11/25/71 p.4
    Comprehensive plan discussed by board  11/25/71 p.4
    Tree lighting ceremony Friday  12/2/71 p.2
    Honor Zelsdorf for extra duty  12/2/71 p.2
    To hold employment survey in this area  12/2/71 p.4
    Discusses ambulances, improvements project  12/9/71 p.1
    BACOG sends policies report to area villages  12/9/71 p.3
    [McCuen] airs views on proprietary hospitals  12/9/71 p.4
    Residents object to medical clinic  12/9/71 p.5
    Former village trustee Robert F. McCaw dies  12/9/71 p.33
    Santa arrives in Barrington  12/9/71 p.58
    Transportation portion of plan is approved  12/16/71 p.1
    Slate second hearing on clinic  12/16/71 p.3
    Nursing home hearing Jan. 5  12/16/71 p.3
    Stolen goods  12/16/71 p.1
    Relocation of C&NW depot #1  12/16/71 p.6
    Convenience mart  12/16/71 p.11
    Village firm ordered to pay  12/16/71 p.32
    Community survey set for Dec. 29
    Residents protest lake contamination  12/23/71 p.22
    Late Robert McCaw honored by village  12/23/71 p.30
    Kiwanis Club to sponsor Miss Barrington pageant  12/30/71
        p.2
    Plan 3d hearing on medical clinic  12/30/71 p.3
    Trustees reject rezoning request  12/30/71 p.4
    Public improvements project discussed  12/30/73 p.3
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--ARTISTS                                   
    Win Jones wins first place award  1/28/71 p.46
    Bank exhibit by local artist  9/9/71 p.22
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS                                   
    Johnson writes book on children's plays  3/11/71 p.1
    Autographs new book  3/11/71 p.3
    Dr. Vitale compiles book of readings  5/20/71 p.31
    Barrington resident compiles oratory  8/26/71 p.39
    New publication for Dr. Vitale  10/14/71 p.11
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Finds receipt in old papers  6/17/71 p.38
    Restaurants, taverns, and hotels old, new and extinct 
        9/23/71 p.13
    The family farm:  disappearing from Suburbia  10/7/71 p.35
    Family farm roll call  10/7/71 p.43
    Village presidents 1884 to present  10/7/71 p.44
    Village of Barrington 1861 [map]  10/7/71 p.45
    Christmas season in Barrington  12/23/71 p.31
 
BARTON-ASCHMAN ASSOCIATES                                   
    Western Avenue proposal too expensive  4/1/71 p.2
    Barton-Aschman reports to BACOG  4/1/71 p.22
    Septic system will control density  5/6/71 p.26
    20% of housing termed low-middle cost range  6/3/71 p.1
    Barton-Aschman is named Inverness village planner  6/17/71
        p.26
    Caldwell lists objections to proposed area plan  7/8/71 p.1
    Villages discuss area-wide plan  7/29/71 p.3
    Set deadline for BACOG feedback  8/5/71 p.3
    Comprehensive plan discussion underway  11/25/71 p.3
    BACOG sends policies report to area villages  12/9/71 p.3
 
BATAILLE, EMILE                                             
    Batailles return to Barrington  10/7/71 p.13
 
BATEMAN, LARRY                                              
    Bateman to the rescue  3/4/71 p.4
 
BAYLER, LAVON, REV.                                         
    [Rev. Bayler] honored at farewell tea  8/26/71 p.44
 
BEAVER, CLIFFORD                                            
    Heavy wave injures boy  8/5/71 p.22
 
BEESE, RONALD                                               
    Anderlik in upset, Beese, Veath coast  4/8/71 p.2
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Hough Street students visit Bell's Orchard  5/20/71 p.25
 
BETHANY HOME AND HOSPITAL                                   
    Retirement center a possibility  5/20/71 p.1
 
BKM CORPORATION                                             
    [Facilities Appraisal Corporation] changes name  6/3/71 p.4
 
BLACK, KAREN                                                
    Miss Black here for the holidays  1/7/71 p.20
    An Oscar for Barrington's Karen Black  4/15/71 p.4
 
BLANKE, JOHN                                                
    Blanke candidate for trustee?  1/14/71 p.3
    A nightmare for John Blanke  5/13/71 p.1
    Police seeking suspect in Blanke assault  5/20/71 p.1
    Former mayor Blanke reflects on attack  5/20/71 p.2
 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                       
    Girls welcomed into exploring  4/1/71 p.4
    Troop 21's pancake day successful  5/20/71 p.1
    Buehler receives Good Scout award  7/8/71 p.22
    Cub Pack 200 40th anniversary  9/16/71 p.13
 
BREEDEN, CHARLES                                            
    Breeden a candidate for Lake County board  12/9/71 p.25
 
BRINK, LEO                                                  
    [Leo Brink] celebrates service anniversary at Bell 
        11/18/71 p.14
 
BROWNLEE, LES                                               
    Public invited to hear Brownlee  10/28/71 p.2
 
BUDDE, NORMAN H.                                            
    Drowns in pool New Year's Day  1/7/71 p.2
 
BUEHLER, A.C.                                               
    YMCA boards announced by Buehler and Anderson  3/18/71 p.29
    Buehler receives Good Scout award  7/8/71 p.22
    A.C. Buehler dies at age 74  9/30/71 p.2
    Will dedicate A.C. Buehler library Dec. 5  12/2/71 p.42
 
BURGER, RALPH                                               
    Is prize winner in chip contest  3/11/71 p.10
 
BURNS, JOSEPH                                               
    Police save dogs, seek Wisconsin farmhand  8/26/71 p.67
 
BURRILL, GERALD, REV.                                       
    Bishop to visit St. Michael's  4/15/71 p.56
 
BURTON, MAY                                                 
    Rollover  10/21/71 p.4
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Equitable Life opens Barrington office  2/25/71 p.24
    New venture  7/15/71 p.22
    Remodeling  7/22/71 p.22
    A&P closes its doors, Aug 21  8/19/71 p.1
    Aimee  8/19/71 p.14
    Radio-TV store sold by Graham  8/19/71 p.4
    Business bust along Route 14  9/23/71 p.3
    Restaurant site [Weber residence]  9/23/71 p.42
    Magnavox store grand opening  9/30/71 p.28
    Stonehenge Golf Club plans spring opening  10/21/71 p.45
    Family owned store is colorful tradition  11/4/71 p.43
    Ground breaking  11/25/71 p.26
    [Barrington Import Motors] changes hands  12/2/71 p.65
    Moeller, Meister, and Peavey  12/30/71 p.23
    Wellington Hall is design center  2/25/71 p.20
    No action on Viking plan, Ford lighting  1/28/71 p.1
    [Facilities Appraisal Corporation] changes name  6/3/71 p.4
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Tom's Service Center; Tom and Joyce Pinkley, owners  1/7/71
        p.41
    Pottery Barrel; Iris Richmond and Lowell Stone, owners 
        2/25/71 p.20
    Corner Cupboard; William Panker, owner  4/15/71 p.2
    Yankee Doodle Dandy; Tom Vosnos, owner  4/29/71 p.14
    Going For a Song Antiques; Monica Culkin, owner  5/13/71
        p.37
    The Greenery; Niles Nelson, owner  5/20/71 p.7
    Leigh A. Wilson & Associates, Leigh A. Wilson, owner 
        5/27/71 p.7
    Schmidt Wood Products, Charles Schmidt, owner  6/10/71 p.30
    Textile Machinery, Inc., Lynn Christianson, owner  6/17/71
        p.13
    Shelkop Magnavox; Robert Shelkop, owner  10/7/71 p.13
 
BUTZMAN, DAVE                                               
    Butzman an All-American gymnast for second time  4/22/71
        p.53
 
CADY CEMETERY                                               
    Young people want to clean cemetery  8/19/71 p.24
 
CAI                                                         
    Flight test for aerial camers [sic]  11/25/71 p.16
 
CALDWELL, ELWOOD                                            
    Caldwell lists objections to proposed area plan  7/8/71 p.1
 
CAMMARATA, GARY                                             
    [Gary Cammarata] finds stolen motorbike  9/23/71 p.5
 
CANTEEN (RESTAURANT)                                        
    Canteen applying for liquor license  7/29/71 p.3
 
CANTRELL COMPANY                                            
    Development ok'd by Tower Lakes  7/15/71 p.27
 
CARLSON, ARTHUR                                             
    Plans family restaurant at Route 14, Kelsey Road  9/16/71
        p.1
    Restaurant site [Weber residence]  9/23/71 p.42
 
CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL                                          
    Carmel High honor roll  4/29/71 p.7
 
CARPENTERSVILLE, ILL.                                       
    Carpentersville faces ambulance battle  11/18/71 p.12
 
CARR, ROSETTA                                               
    [Rosetta Carr] receives pin for 50 years  11/11/71 p.36
 
CARTER, CHRISTINE                                           
    Miss Carpentersville and court  6/24/71 p.52
    Wins state award  7/29/71 p.3
 
CARTER, VIRGINIA                                            
    4-H girl's speech wins blue ribbon  3/4/71 p.17
    Mrs. Eisenhower sends letter to 4-H Club girl  4/15/71 p.14
 
CARY CADETS                                                 
    Twirlers take first  8/26/71 p.16
 
CARY GROVE TROJANS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Trojans win first title  11/11/71 p.67
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Cary aids sister city  3/4/71 p.44
    The Courier visits Cary, Mississippi  3/11/71 p.12
    Cary village board installs new trustees  4/29/71 p.10
 
CARY, MISSISSIPPI                                           
    Cary aids sister city  3/4/71 p.44
    The Courier visits Cary, Mississippi  3/11/71 p.12
 
CARY-GROVE HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Cary-Grove sophs defend tourney title  12/2/71 p.72
 
CATCHPENNY RESALE SHOP                                      
    New home needed for Catchpenny shop  1/28/71 p.50
 
CATLOW HALL                                                 
    Landmark is razed; food store coming  10/21/71 p.3
 
CENSUS                                                      
    Lake County 1971 Census Bureau reports  3/11/71 p.19
 
CHATEAU LOUISE (RESTAURANT)                                 
    Chateau Louise blaze  1/28/71 p.2
 
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD                             
    Open switch derails train at crossing  3/25/71 p.5
    Careless spraying destroys vegetation  7/29/71 p.4
    [Train] car derailed  8/12/71 p.8
    [Haberly] retires from C&NW after 42.5 years  11/25/71 p.3
    Relocation of C&NW depot #1  12/16/71 p.6
 
CHICAGO HOUSING AUTHORITY                                   
    Chicago Housing project for Barrington area?  4/15/71 p.1
 
CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM             
    Oks metro transportation study  9/30/71 p.5
    Mass transportation agencies  9/30/71 p.11
 
CHIPPENDALE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                              
    Paulte [sic] ready for annexation  3/25/71 p.1
    Tables recommendation on Pulte plan  4/22/71 p.2
    Pulte hearing Saturday, May 8  4/29/71 p.1
    Board oks annexation of 60-acre Pulte tract  6/17/71 p.2
    Detail Pulte sewer proposal  11/11/71 p.6
 
CHRISTIANSON, LYNN                                          
    Textile Machinery, Inc., Lynn Christianson, owner  6/17/71
        p.13
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    NBA announces formation of Citizens for Conservation 
        4/22/71 p.30
    Conservation symposium October 22 & 29  10/14/71 p.3
    Open space, resources, major topics  10/28/71 p.8
    Second conservation symposium is held  11/4/71 p.13
 
COGSWELL, MERTON                                            
    [Merton Cogswell] in hospital after accident  8/5/71 p.2
 
COIN MART                                                   
    Barrington youth arrested for shooting  3/18/71 p.3
 
COLUMBUS PARK                                               
    Park to treat Columbus Park pond  6/17/71 p.7
 
COMBINED COUNTIES POLICE ASSOCIATION                        
    Voss answers CCPA charges  7/8/71 p.1
    Board, Voss to meet with police  7/15/71 p.1
    Board listens, doesn't budge  7/29/71 p.1
    Mayor has head in sand-poice  8/12/71 p.1
 
CONCERNED CITIZENS PARTY                                    
    New party enter slate  3/18/71 p.16
    Lake Barrington slate challenging incumbents  4/8/71 p.1
 
CONNER, WILLIAM                                             
    Village marshal  5/20/71 p.5
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Work underway for Shoe Factory Lake  12/30/71 p.19
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Develops Cook County drug program  6/3/71 p.6
    County to help South Barrington police  7/15/71 p.3
 
CORNER CUPBOARD (RESTAURANT)                                
    Corner Cupboard; William Panker, owner  4/15/71 p.2
 
COUNTRY CUPBOARD                                            
    Long wait for police  8/19/71 p.1
 
COUNTRYSIDE APARTMENTS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    1,000 units set in development near Palatine  3/18/71 p.3
 
COUNTRYSIDE ART CENTER                                      
    Birthday-move for art center  12/23/71 p.15
 
COUNTRYSIDE CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED                      
    Countryside Center needs job leads  3/18/71 p.20
    Countryside Center holds highest rating  5/20/71 p.61
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Countryside graduation  6/17/71 p.22
    8th grade graduation at Countryside School  6/17/71 p.36
 
COUNTRYSIDE YMCA                                            
    Countryside YMCA names top leaders  3/4/71 p.4
    Countryside YMCA will raise funds  3/11/71 p.2
    Program leaders named by Countryside YMCA  3/25/71 p.26
    Round table discussion on need for, hope of YMCA  4/8/71
        p.30
    Countryside YMCA nears drive goal  7/15/71 p.1
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    Crabtree Nature Center opens Sunday, October 10  9/30/71
        p.43
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane seeks election from new 12th district  12/9/71 p.6
 
CRAVEN, ROBERT                                              
    Craven resigns District 1 post  8/12/71 p.1
 
CRESAP-MCCORMICK & PAGET, INC.                              
    BACOG group selects firm for police study  8/5/71 p.1
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Ransack Freund Brothers  2/25/71 p.56
    Barrington youth arrested for shooting  3/18/71 p.3
    Point of entry [burglary]  4/22/71 p.5
    Barrington girl helps police solve burglary  4/29/71 p.7
    A nightmare for John Blanke  5/13/71 p.1
    Damage targets  5/13/71 p.4
    Sentencing for Krilich is June 8  5/13/71 p.7
    Police seeking suspect in Blanke assault  5/20/71 p.1
    Former mayor Blanke reflects on attack  5/20/71 p.2
    Police charge two subjects in assault  5/27/71 p.1
    Lead to jail [Elwood Evans & Edward Ezzo]  6/3/71 p.1
    Blanke attackers guilty  6/10/71 p.1
    18 months for Krilich  6/10/71 p.1
    Blanke attackers get 6 months  6/24/71 p.3
    Tower Lakes clean up  7/1/71 p.23
    Reports $1,739 damage at 3 District 4 schools  7/15/71 p.6
    Abducted girl returned home  8/5/71 p.1
    Long wait for police  8/19/71 p.1
    Infant shot in Island Lake  8/26/71 p.72
    Police nab suspect in kidnapping case  9/9/71 p.1
    Didn't make it [Bread Basket Restaurant]  9/16/71 p.4
    [Gary Cammarata] finds stolen motorbike  9/23/71 p.5
    Barrington Hills is plagued by burglaries  9/30/71 p.4
    Find 270 lbs. of marijuana, judge won't charge suspect 
        10/21/71 p.1
    Arrest 12 in drug raid  10/21/71 p.6
    Trustee raps Lake County judge  10/28/71 p.4
    Seek suspects in $200,000 armed robbery  11/11/71 p.1
    Slight increase in crime here  11/11/71 p.3
    Net $6,000 in burglary  11/18/71 p.5
    Who is responsible?  11/18/71 p.10
    Stolen goods  12/16/71 p.1
    Police withheld news, Elgin paper says  12/16/71 p.18
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Property tax reductions in Cuba  1/7/71 p.3
    Cuba Township vote Tuesday  4/1/71 p.1
    Reetz joins Cuba board  4/8/71 p.13
    Treasurer's report  4/15/71 p.49
    Assessment  4/29/71 p.56
    Delinquencies  10/14/71 p.42
    Assessment  12/9/71 p.39
 
CULKIN, MONICA                                              
    Going For a Song Antiques; Monica Culkin, owner  5/13/71
        p.37
 
CUNNINGHAM, DAVID, MRS.                                     
    Former queen has returned  10/28/71 p.12
 
CZARNIK FORD                                                
    No action on Viking plan, Ford lighting  1/28/71 p.1
 
DAMOON, DAVID L.                                            
    Infant shot in Island Lake  8/26/71 p.72
 
DEER PARK PARK DISTRICT                                     
    Lake in Ferndale Woods now under construction  8/26/71 p.48
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park annexation talks at standstill  2/4/71 p.1
    Annexation, ordinances Deer Park board topics  2/18/71 p.1
    Deer Park holds final meetings before elections  3/18/71
        p.11
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
    Deer Park board hears proposals on youth home  4/22/71 p.56
    Nike site rehabilitation center  4/29/71 p.12
    Police speak on the problem  5/6/71 p.2
    Nike conversion opposition is met by Deer Park board 
        5/20/71 p.11
    List 3 alternates for policing area  6/24/71 p.3
    Problem intersection improvements studied  6/24/71 p.12
    Appropriation  7/29/71 p.58
    Lake in Ferndale Woods now under construction  8/26/71 p.48
    Treasurer's report  8/26/71 p.61
 
DEFENDERS OF THE FOX RIVER                                  
    No growth policies rejected by BACOG  9/9/71 p.3
    Conference speakers at DFR annual meeting  11/4/71 p.12
    Fox River and its people subject of DFR meeting  11/11/71
        p.44
 
DELTA AMBULANCE SERVICE                                     
    Could lose ambulance service  10/14/71 p.1
    Ok payment to Delta Ambulance  11/11/71 p.1
 
DEMLOW, ANNA                                                
    Two injured  11/11/71 p.8
 
DEMLOW, HENRY                                               
    Two injured  11/11/71 p.8
 
DEMPSEY, KENNETH                                            
    Head-on crash  2/11/71 p.4
 
DESENFANTS, CHARLES                                         
    Principal-Association lock horns  4/22/71 p.1
 
DEVELOPMENT CONTROL CORPORATION                             
    Shopping center hearing Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.1
    Postpone hearing  11/25/71 p.3
    Postpone hearing  12/16/71 p.1
 
DEVRIES, HAROLD, REV.                                       
    New pastor for Village Church  9/9/71 p.8
 
DICKEY, WILLIAM, SGT.                                       
    Dickey is member of 75th Rangers  4/15/71 p.55
 
DILLON, ARTHUR, REV.                                        
    St. Anne has new pastor  4/22/71 p.25
 
DIXON, ANNA                                                 
    90th birthday  11/18/71 p.8
 
DOMINICK'S FOOD STORES                                      
    Dominick's is coming  10/28/71 p.1
    Shopping center hearing Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.1
    Postpone hearing  11/25/71 p.3
    Postpone hearing  12/16/71 p.1
 
DRUG ABUSE                                                  
    Drug abuse group forms 6 committees  1/14/71 p.3
    Marijuana is top drug at high school  1/21/71 p.3
    Drugs:  A broad social problem  4/1/71 p.3
    Drug abuse hotline is open  4/15/71 p.3
    Detail progress of drug abuse committee  4/29/71 p.2
    Develops Cook County drug program  6/3/71 p.6
    Training underway for drug hotline  8/5/71 p.3
    Arrest 12 in drug raid  10/21/71 p.6
    Drug abuse group slated fund drive  10/21/71 p.8
    Trustee raps Lake County judge  10/28/71 p.4
    Drug group discusses causes, effects, needs  11/11/71 p.41
 
DUNDEE FURNITURE RUG CENTER                                 
    Fire destroys Dundee store  9/2/71 p.1
 
DUNTEMAN, JEAN                                              
    Identical twins enter pageant  5/27/71 p.9
 
DUNTEMAN, JUDY                                              
    Identical twins enter pageant  5/27/71 p.9
 
EASTERLY, ROSE                                              
    Will celebrate 90th birthday  1/7/71 p.10
 
ECKERT, MYRTLE                                              
    Barrington woman hurt  5/6/71 p.17
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Barrington to have Montessori school  1/7/71 p.20
    W.C. Petty will retire  1/28/71 p.6
    Caucus system is supported by League  4/29/71 p.3
    Mother asks:  Do we throw aside kids who can't work? 
        6/17/71 p.4
    Montessori school opens in October  8/5/71 p.30
    Montessori school enlarges operations  8/12/71 p.22
    Educational process starts at an early age  11/4/71 p.6
    Development of basic skills important  11/11/71 p.13
    New reading, math program is started  11/11/71 p.28
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Blanke candidate for trustee?  1/14/71 p.3
    3 incumbents are unopposed  2/18/71 p.3
    Referendum held to finance mental health program  2/25/71
        p.14
    James Lyons 224 candidate  3/4/71 p.1
    Bruce Fowler 224 candidate  3/4/71 p.3
    [Himes] district candidate  3/4/71 p.4
    Barrington Hills to fill board vacancies  3/4/71 p.30
    Board contest in Barrington Hills  3/11/71 p.21
    Candidates listed for village posts  3/18/71 p.1
    Deer Park holds final meetings before elections  3/18/71
        p.11
    New party enters slate  3/18/71 p.16
    Six competing in Barrington Hills  3/25/71 p.1
    School election set, 21 seek 10 vacancies  3/25/71 p.1
    Village board oks judges for election  3/25/71 p.3
    Three trustees to be elected  3/25/71 p.35
    School candidates list qualifications  3/25/71 p.52
    Cuba Township vote Tuesday  4/1/71 p.1
    Munao seeking election  4/1/71 p.2
    More school candidates  4/1/71 p.8
    School elections this Saturday  4/8/71 p.1
    Lake Barrington slate challenging incumbents  4/8/71 p.1
    Anderlik in upset, Beese, Veath coast  4/8/71 p.2
    Incumbent McMullen seeking re-election  4/8/71 p.3
    2 District 1 candidates discuss several issues  4/8/71 p.3
    [Hannah Wilson] candidate for Harper board  4/8/71 p.6
    Eight candidates on ballot for three seats at Harper 
        4/8/71 p.36
    Harassment charge halts District One  4/15/71 p.1
    Village elections this Tuesday  4/15/71 p.3
    North Barrington elects officers  4/15/71  p.4
    3 United Village candidates vie for Barrington Hills' seat 
        4/15/71 p.9
    Lake Barrington approves judges for elections  4/15/71 p.17
    Incumbents capture most village seats  4/22/71 p.7
    Caucus system is supported by League  4/29/71 p.3
    Barrington Hills election summary  4/29/71 p.9
    Tower Lakes holds special session  5/6/71 p.28
    Reapportionment deadline July 1  5/13/71 p.1
    Grove library referendum is approved  5/27/71 p.8
    Vote on police chief, Monday  6/10/71 p.1
    District 4 referendum Dec. 4  10/7/71 p.3
    McClory will discuss role of young voter  10/14/71 p.1
    Letter explains why increase is needed  11/11/71 p.10
    District 1 plans referendum  11/11/71 p.11
    May cast absentee ballots until Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.3
    Anderson withdraws from race  11/18/71 p.3
    District 1 seeks 47-cent increase  11/18/71 p.6
    Dec. 4 referendum approaches  11/25/71 p.3
    District 4 referendum Saturday  12/2/71 p.1
    Republicans form slate in fifth district  12/2/71 p.1
    District 1 explains need for referendum  12/2/71 p.16
    Referendum is defeated  12/9/71 p.1
    Crane seeks election from new 12th district  12/9/71 p.6
    District 1 referendum Saturday, Dec.11  12/9/71 p.13
    Breeden a candidate for Lake County board  12/9/71 p.25
    GOP slate seeks to oust establishment  12/16/71 p.1
    Defeat District 1 referendum  12/16/71 p.12
    Lake County to have a mayor?  12/23/71 p.3
    Area candidates to compete in primary  12/30/71 p.8
 
ELGIN ACADEMY                                               
    Students at Elgin Academy  10/21/71 p.24
    Students get honors at Elgin Academy  12/9/71 p.34
 
ELGIN, ILL.                                                 
    Police withheld news, Elgin paper says  12/16/71 p.18
 
ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                            
    Broken coupling stalls traffic  9/30/71 p.3
 
ELMHURST COLLEGE                                            
    Will dedicate A.C. Buehler library Dec. 5  12/2/71 p.42
 
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE                                    
    Equitable Life opens Barrington office  2/25/71 p.24
 
ERIC BOLANDER CONSTRUCTION                                  
    Village awards sidewalk pact  8/19/71 p.2
 
EVANGELICAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION                            
    To discuss hospital at Chamber dinner  2/18/71 p.3
    Chamber hears area hospital plans  3/4/71 p.26
    Catchpenny gets generous support  4/1/71 p.32
    Hospital Auxiliary will meet tonight  4/22/71 p.3
    Hospital Auxiliary meets, elects 1971-72 officers  5/6/71
        p.7
    To define areas for proposed hospital  9/9/71 p.2
 
EVANS, ELWOOD                                               
    Police charge two subjects in assault  5/27/71 p.1
    Lead to jail [Elwood Evans & Edward Ezzo]  6/3/71 p.1
    Blanke attackers guilty  6/10/71 p.1
    Blanke attackers get 6 months  6/24/71 p.3
 
EVERSOLE, DAVID                                             
    Benefit held for David Eversole  1/7/71 p.21
    Eversole fund closes  1/21/71 p.46
    Eversole baby has returned to hospital  4/8/71 p.14
    Eversole baby dies  5/13/71 p.12
 
EXCELL, NICHOLAS                                            
    [Nicholas Excell] hit by car  11/25/71 p.5
 
EZZO, ROBERT E.                                             
    Police charge two subjects in assault  5/27/71 p.1
    Lead to jail [Elwood Evans & Edward Ezzo]  6/3/71 p.1
    Blanke attackers guilty  6/10/71 p.1
    Blanke attackers get 6 months  6/24/71 p.3
 
FACILITIES APPRAISAL CORPORATION                            
    [Facilities Appraisal Corporation] changes name  6/3/71 p.4
 
FAIRHAVEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Park to treat Columbus Park pond  6/17/71 p.7
 
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH                                       
    Faith Lutheran installs pastor  5/27/71 p.11
 
FAMILY SERVICES OF SOUTH LAKE COUNTY                        
    Community awareness is Family Service goal  4/22/71 p.3
 
FERNDALE WOODS                                              
    Lake in Ferndale Woods now under construction  8/26/71 p.48
 
FIRES                                                       
    Total loss  1/21/71 p.6
    Chateau Louise blaze  1/28/71 p.2
    Fast thinking teen saves six  2/11/71 p.3
    Community helps 7 fire victims  2/18/71 p.1
    Gonzales family finds a home in Cary  2/25/71 p.56
    Grass fires  4/15/71 p.10
    Burned out [Royal Oak Farms]  4/29/71 p.14
    Car fire  5/13/71 p.11
    Barn fire  7/1/71 p.2
    Fire destroys Dundee store  9/2/71 p.1
 
FISCHER, GUERIN                                             
    Harper College names new vice president  8/26/71 p.26
 
FISH (FOR I SHALL HELP)                                     
    FISH organization starts third year in Barrington  2/11/71
        p.4
 
FISKE, KEN                                                  
    Watershed conservancy district  12/30/71 p.24
 
FITCH, BRYANT                                               
    [Bryant Fitch] with company for 30 years  5/6/71 p.32
 
FLINT LAKE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Flint Lake to organize  3/11/71 p.19
    Residents protest lake contamination  12/23/71 p.22
 
FLYNN VALLEY 4-H CLUB                                       
    Flynn Valley 4-H Club at the Lake County fair  8/19/71 p.20
    Flynn Valley 4-H Club celebrates 15th year  8/26/71 p.43
 
FLYNN, RICH                                                 
    Smeele, Massman, Flynn to State meet  5/20/71 p.59
 
FOELSCHOW, WILLIAM, JR.                                     
    Village honors Foelschow  4/1/71 p.17
 
FORBES, PETER                                               
    Teen [Peter Forbes] dies  12/23/71 p.5
 
FOWLER, BRUCE                                               
    Bruce Fowler 224 candidate  3/4/71 p.3
 
FOX POINT (DIVING TEAM)                                     
    Fox Point wins Belvidere meet  7/29/71 p.68
 
FOX POINT (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Fifth annual fourth of July parade at Fox Point  7/22/71
        p.70
    Four children overcome by chlorine gas in pool  8/12/71 p.9
    Fox Point swim team is second  8/12/71 p.60
    Work on water valves in Fox Point, Wyngate  9/16/71 p.6
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    The Fox is a running sewer-but it can be saved  9/2/71 p.31
    Watershed conservancy district  12/30/71 p.24
 
FOX RIVER VALLEY PONY CLUB                                  
    Fox River Valley Pony Club show  10/7/71 p.16
 
FOX VALLEY FREEWAY                                          
    Freeway breathing again barely  7/22/71 p.3
    Urges support of Fox Valley Freeway  10/7/71 p.4
    Hills board ok's freeway  12/30/71 p.9
 
FREUND BROTHERS                                             
    Ransack Freund Brothers  2/25/71 p.56
 
GASKILL, FERRIS                                             
    Ferris Gaskill dies  4/22/71 p.2
 
GATES, ROBERT D., DR.                                       
    Gates will address District 4 officials  2/18/71 p.1
 
GENEVA, ILL.                                                
    Stolen goods  12/16/71 p.1
 
GGH ENTERPRISES                                             
    Radio-TV store sold by Graham  8/19/71 p.4
 
GOING FOR A SONG ANTIQUES                                   
    Going For a Song Antiques; Monica Culkin, owner  5/13/71
        p.37
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    To discuss hospital at Chamber dinner  2/18/71 p.3
    Chamber hears area hospital plans  3/4/71 p.26
    Catchpenny gets generous support  4/1/71 p.32
    Hospital Auxiliary will meet tonight  4/22/71 p.3
    Hospital Auxiliary meets, elects 1971-72 officers  5/6/71
        p.7
    To define areas for proposed hospital  9/9/71 p.2
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Graham supports Ogilvie proposals  4/8/71 p.55
    You may, may not, get new tax bill  7/22/71 p.3
    Barrington in new legislative district  8/12/71 p.3
    Air views on Nixon's message  8/19/71 p.1
    Senate defeats tax relief bill  11/11/71 p.1
    To hold employment survey in this area  12/2/71 p.4
 
GRAFT, MICHAEL J.                                           
    No problem stymies Lake Barrington  10/14/71 p.4
    Trustees reject rezoning request  12/30/71 p.4
 
GRAHAM, JOHN                                                
    Graham supports Ogilvie proposals  4/8/71 p.55
    Radio-TV store sold by Graham  8/19/71 p.4
    Graham states tax return  3/18/71 p.8
 
GRANT, PETER                                                
    Vote on police chief, Monday  6/10/71 p.1
    Assumes office  8/5/71 p.3
 
GREAT PLAINS CORPORATION                                    
    Village firm ordered to pay  12/16/71 p.32
 
GREENERY (RESTAURANT)                                       
    The Greenery; Niles Nelson, owner  5/20/71 p.7
 
GRIGSBY, RAYMOND                                            
    Trustee raps Lake County judge  10/28/71 p.4
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Crow attacks school children  4/8/71 p.28
 
GROVE PUBLIC LIBRARY                                        
    Grove library referendum is approved  5/27/71 p.8
 
GROVE, CHRISTIAN                                            
    Barrington youth arrested for shooting  3/18/71 p.3
 
HABERLY, EDWIN                                              
    Retires from C&NW after 42.5 years  11/25/71 p.3
 
HAEGER POTTERIES                                            
    Haeger to honor German officials  5/13/71 p.28
    Haeger celebrates birthday  5/27/71 p.12
 
HALLING, WILLIAM                                            
    [Mr. & Mrs. William Halling] golden wedding anniversary 
        12/2/71 p.20
 
HAMMOND, PETER                                              
    Hammond drug group speaker  3/25/71 p.3
    Drugs:  A broad social problem  4/1/71 p.3
 
HANEY, STEVE                                                
    Boy, horse earn awards  1/28/71 p.30
 
HANSON, HARRY O.                                            
    90th birthday is observed  2/18/71 p.21
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Harper to teach good dental habits  1/7/71 p.26
    Yarbrough performs at Harper  1/28/71 p.1
    [Hannah Wilson] candidate for Harper board  4/8/71 p.6
    Eight candidates on ballot for three seats at Harper 
        4/8/71 p.36
    Board officers  5/27/71 p.4
    Harper College holds third commencement  6/17/71 p.24
    Harper College names new vice president  8/26/71 p.26
    First homecoming at Harper College  10/7/71 p.49
 
HARTWOOD ESTATE                                             
    Schlenz estate is scene of filming  6/10/71 p.36
 
HAVEL, KAREN                                                
    Wauconda girl, age 16, missing since March 17  4/8/71 p.4
 
HAYSE, BOB                                                  
    Barrington, Heyse blank Lake Region  7/29/71 p.68
 
HELENIAK, LINDA                                             
    Auto collision takes life  7/8/71 p.44
 
HELPING PAWS                                                
    Helping Paws helps Michael and others  10/28/71 p.43
 
HEMMINGSON, RONALD                                          
    Hemmingson to attend 9-month police school  9/2/71 p.43
    Lt. Hemmingson finishes first eleven weeks  11/25/71 p.24
 
HENINGER, R.D.                                              
    Heninger discusses projects, problems  2/25/71 p.3
    Heninger resigns as village manager  7/29/71 p.1
 
HERREN, WILSON                                              
    Wilson Herren  9/16/71 p.14
 
HIMES, TED                                                  
    District candidate  3/4/71 p.4
 
HOEKSTRA, MING                                              
    [Ming Hoekstra] to demonstrate telephone use  3/18/71 p.1
 
HOFFMAN, RICH                                               
    Hot-rodder has unique wheels  8/26/71 p.18
 
HOLLECK, HARVEY                                             
    Har-Val to film Applejack Prix  1/7/71 p.2
 
HOOVED ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY                                
    Form Humane Society for Northern Illinois  4/22/71 p.59
    Help needed for horses  6/10/71 p.35
    NIHAHS presents horse show  7/22/71 p.23
 
HORSES                                                      
    Boy, horse earn awards  1/28/71 p.30
    Royal Oak Farm team to compete in Olympics  4/8/71 p.54
    Form Humane Society for Northern Illinois  4/22/71 p.59
    Burned out [Royal Oak Farms]  4/29/71 p.14
    Help needed for horses  6/10/71 p.35
    Wins in Detroit  7/1/71 p.2
    NIHAHS presents horse show  7/22/71 p.23
    Barrington Horse Show parade to be held on August seventh 
        8/5/71 p.32
    Annual Barrington horse show  8/12/71 p.18
    Fox River Valley Pony Club show  10/7/71 p.16
    Two day horse show at the Riding Center  10/14/71 p.22
    Riding Center riders to receive awards  12/2/71 p.21
    [Julia Schultz] wins ribbons at horse show  12/23/71 p.14
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Crow attacks school children  4/8/71 p.28
    Hough Street students visit Bell's Orchard  5/20/71 p.25
 
HOXIE BROTHERS CIRCUS                                       
    Circus coming to Barrington  4/22/71 p.3
    Hoxie Brothers Circus for all ages  5/6/71 p.3
    Circus comes to town, May 27  5/20/71 p.3
    Circus in town today  5/27/71 p.1
 
ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY                             
    Three are honored by Illinois Bell  4/8/71 p.26
    [Thomas Anning] 45th anniversary with Illinois Bell 
        4/22/71 p.13
    [William Roloff, Jr.] celebrates anniversary  4/29/71 p.35
    Strike is underway  7/15/71 p.1
    Bell workers reach agreement  7/22/71 p.1
    [Leo Brink] celebrates service anniversary at Bell 
        11/18/71 p.14
    New electronic switching office  12/16/71 p.33
 
ILLINOIS LAND RESOURCES ZONING CODE                         
    Barrington Hills board opposes zoning code  1/7/71 p.5
 
IMMIGRATION                                                 
    Lake Zurich found as hot spot  3/25/71 p.4
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Foundation for garage irks Inverness board  3/18/71 p.12
    Inverness investigating membership in BACOG  4/22/71 p.24
    Inverness explores joining BACOG  5/20/71 p.32
    Barton-Aschman is named Inverness village planner  6/17/71
        p.26
    De-annexation denied  6/17/71 p.26
    Inverness studies signs, burning, vandalism  9/23/71 p.14
    Inverness to meet on environmental ordinance  10/21/71 p.10
    Inverness lists new fees for building  12/23/71 p.17
    Civil defense under fire in Inverness  12/23/71 p.35
 
ISHAK, MANDOUH, DR.                                         
    Discuss medical clinic Dec. 8  11/25/71 p.1
    Residents object to medical clinic  12/9/71 p.5
    Slate second hearing on clinic  12/16/71 p.3
    Plan 3d hearing on medical clinic  12/30/71 p.3
 
ISLAND LAKE, ILL.                                           
    Four are injured in Island Lake collision  8/5/71 p.8
    Winners at the annual Barrington Horse Show  8/26/71 p.21
    Police save dogs, seek Wisconsin farmhand  8/26/71 p.67
    Arrest 12 in drug raid  10/21/71 p.6
 
JACOBSEN, WILFRED                                           
    Trustees reject rezoning request  12/30/71 p.4
 
JAHNKE FAMILY                                               
    Rieke-Jahnke reunion at park  8/19/71 p.32
 
JEWEL PARK (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Oks sewer replacement in part of Jewel Park  6/17/71 p.9
 
JOHNSON, RALPH E.                                           
    Johnson, Wastcoat fill 2 spots  1/14/71 p.1
 
JOHNSON, RICHARD C.                                         
    Johnson writes book on children's plays  3/11/71 p.1
    Autographs new book  3/11/71 p.3
 
JOHNSON, SUZANNE C.                                         
    Stewardess on flight 30  1/21/71 p.1
 
JONES, WIN                                                  
    Win Jones wins first place award  1/28/71 p.46
 
JOSEPHINE PERRY SCHOOL                                      
    Perry School lists children  4/29/71 p.8
 
KEMPER INSURANCE COMPANY                                    
    Kemper Insurance new headquarters  10/21/71 p.35
    Kemper group opens new headquarters  12/9/71 p.26
 
KENNEY, VIRGINIA                                            
    New district staff aide and convention delegate  10/21/71
        p.28
 
KHOI, NGUYEN VAN                                            
    Former AFS student dies in Vietnam  7/1/71 p.1
 
KILDEER, ILL.                                               
    Kildeer discusses new shopping center  8/12/71 p.37
    Kildeer rules against joint master plan  12/9/71 p.36
 
KLEHM NURSERY                                               
    Winston fights decision  4/29/71 p.1
 
KLEIN, DONALD                                               
    COG names Donald Klein 1st executive  2/4/71 p.3
 
KNIESLY, ROBERT                                             
    Loses all in holiday fire  1/7/71 p.28
 
KOECHEL, JOHN W.                                            
    Hire personnel consultant for Barrington  3/18/71 p.3
 
KRIECHA, JIM                                                
    New Orleans Saints to sign Jim Kriecha  4/22/71 p.54
 
KRILICH, ROBERT                                             
    Sentencing for Krilich is June 8  5/13/71 p.7
    18 months for Krilich  6/10/71 p.1
 
KUHLMAN FAMILY                                              
    Miller-Kuhlman annual reunion  9/16/71 p.20
 
KUHLMAN, NELLIE                                             
    Celebrates on 80th birthday  7/22/71 p.14
 
KUHN, JOHN                                                  
    Homeowners, developers at odds  9/30/71 p.10
 
KUHN, KATHERYN                                              
    Abducted girl returned home  8/5/71 p.1
    Police nab suspect in kidnapping case  9/9/71 p.1
 
LADD, GRACE                                                 
    Three are honored by Illinois Bell  4/8/71 p.26
 
LAGESCHULTE, DOROTHY                                        
    Two retire from railroad  3/25/71 p.16
 
LAGESCHULTE, JACK                                           
    Plans subdivision in Barrington Hills  10/14/71 p.1
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Sign ordinance is discussed by Lake Barrington board 
        3/11/71 p.20
    New party enters slate  3/18/71 p.16
    Lake Barrington slate challenging incumbents  4/8/71 p.1
    Lake Barrington approves judges for elections  4/15/71 p.17
    Incumbents capture most village seats  4/22/71 p.7
    Lake Barrington board to evaluate ordinances  5/13/71 p.32
    High density rumors are investigated  6/10/71 p.33
    Lake Barrington studies county planning  7/15/71 p.20
    Lake Barrington accepts comprehensive plan idea  8/12/71 p.6
    Plans family restaurant at Route 14, Kelsey Road  9/16/71
        p.1
    Restaurant site  9/23/71 p.42
    No problem stymies Lake Barrington  10/14/71 p.4
    Stonehenge Golf Club plans spring opening  10/21/71 p.45
    Lake Barrington approves pact with county sheriff  11/11/71
        p.2
    Residents protest lake contamination  12/23/71 p.22
 
LAKE COUNTY MUNICIPAL LEAGUE                                
    Planned unit development opposed  2/11/71 p.27
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
 
LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM                                          
    Nike site to house Lake County Museum  4/15/71 p.26
 
LAKE COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION                    
    Lake Barrington studies county planning  7/15/71 p.20
 
LAKE COUNTY REHABILITATION CENTER                           
    Will present boys' home plan to public  2/4/71 p.7
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
    Nike site to house Lake County Museum  4/15/71 p.26
    Deer Park board hears proposals on youth home  4/22/71 p.56
    Nike site rehabilitation center  4/29/71 p.12
    Police speak on the problem  5/6/71  p.2
    Nike conversion opposition is met by Deer Park board 
        5/20/71 p.11
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Trustees oppose PUD ordinance  1/28/71 p.3
    W.C. Petty will retire  1/28/71 p.6
    Decision nears on county PUD  2/4/71 p.3
    Will present boys' home plan to public  2/4/71 p.7
    Planned unit development opposed  2/11/71 p.27
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
    Lake County seeks outstanding official  3/25/71 p.29
    Lake County waging war on pollution  4/8/71 p.2
    Nike site to house Lake County Museum  4/15/71 p.26
    Deer Park board hears proposals on youth home  4/22/71 p.56
    Nike site rehabilitation center  4/29/71 p.12
    Police speak on the problem  5/6/71  p.2
    Reapportionment deadline July 1  5/13/71 p.1
    Nike conversion opposition is met by Deer Park board 
        5/20/71 p.11
    Lake County sheriff starts operation identification 
        6/10/71 p.8
    Lake Barrington studies county planning  7/15/71 p.20
    New county board has 25 members  7/22/71 p.1
    Delinquencies  10/7/71 p.65
    Bus tour demonstrates value of urban conservation practices
        10/14/71 p.41
    Veteran County board member Welch retires  11/4/71 p.3
    Anderson withdraws from race  11/18/71 p.3
    Republicans form slate in fifth district  12/2/71 p.1
    Breeden a candidate for Lake County board  12/9/71 p.25
    GOP slate seeks to oust establishment  12/16/71 p.1
    Lake County to have a mayor?  12/23/71 p.3
    Studying proposal from county sheriff  12/30/71 p.3
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Lake Zurich found as [immigration] hot spot  3/25/71 p.4
    North Barrington protests LZ pollution  7/1/71 p.4
    New patrolmen  7/22/71 p.12
    Annual festival at Lake Zurich  7/22/71 p.64
    LZ sewer bids asked  8/26/71 p.12
    Find 270 lbs. of marijuana, judge won't charge suspect 
        10/21/71 p.1
    Building boom continues in Lake Zurich  10/21/71 p.2
    North Barrington opposes sewer shift  12/2/71 p.66
    New electronic switching office  12/16/71 p.33
    Residents protest lake contamination  12/23/71 p.22
 
LAKEHURST (SHOPPING CENTER)                                 
    Grand opening at Lakehurst  8/12/71 p.26
 
LALLY, ROGER                                                
    Marine dies in cycle crash  10/28/71 p.14
 
LAMPING, NATALIE                                            
    Wins in Detroit  7/1/71 p.2
 
LANGDON, HARRY                                              
    Local man honored  2/4/71 p.21
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Hockey rink about ready  1/7/71 p.22
    Park to enforce pool regulations  6/10/71 p.1
 
LAW                                                         
    State to control local zoning?  1/14/71 p.1
    Trustees oppose PUD ordinance  1/28/71 p.3
    Electrical code retains flexible cable  1/28/71 p.4
    [District 4] airs concern on disorderly conduct law 
        2/25/71 p.1
    Sign ordinance is discussed by Lake Barrington board 
        3/11/71 p.20
    Tower Lakes passes water franchise  3/18/71 p.50
    Lake Barrington board to evaluate ordinances  5/13/71 p.32
    [Barrington] sign ordinance action deferred  5/27/71 p.3
    [Barrington] sign ordinance still hanging  6/17/71 p.1
    Senate bill 1112 deferred  7/1/71 p.1
    [Barrington] approves sign ordinance  9/16/71 p.3
    [Barrington] sign ordinance passes first test  9/30/71 p.1
    [Barrington] village board approves sign variation at
        Viking  10/14/71 p.6
    Inverness to meet on environmental ordinance  10/21/71 p.10
    Tower Lakes zoning change  10/28/71 p.54
    Senate defeats tax relief bill  11/11/71 p.1
 
LAWN AND GARDEN SPOT                                        
    Point of entry [burglary]  4/22/71 p.5
 
LAWRENCE, WILLIAM                                           
    Principal-Association lock horns  4/22/71 p.1
    Dr. Lawrence resigns as BHS principal 5/6/71 p.3
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS                                      
    LWV will discuss results of election process study  4/8/71
        p.3
    Caucus system is supported by League  4/29/71 p.3
    Nov. 2 LWV meeting concerns area housing  10/28/71 p.6
    LWV issues water position statement  12/16/71 p.47
 
LEIGH A. WILSON & ASSOCIATES                                
    Leigh A. Wilson & Associates, Leigh A. Wilson, owner 
        5/27/71 p.7
 
LIES PROPERTY                                               
    Lake in Ferndale Woods now under construction  8/26/71 p.48
 
LIES, ARTHUR N.                                             
    Lake in Ferndale Woods now under construction  8/26/71 p.48
 
LINSTROM, RICHARD                                           
    Tower Lakes trustee resigns from post  7/22/71 p.8
 
LIPOFSKY, HAROLD                                            
    Family owned store is colorful tradition  11/4/71 p.43
 
LIPOFSKY'S DEPARTMENT STORE                                 
    Remodeling underway  2/18/71 p.26
    Family owned store is colorful tradition  11/4/71 p.43
 
LITTLE GARDEN CLUB                                          
    Annual meeting  7/1/71 p.3
    Little Garden Club has annual meeting  7/1/71 p.16
 
LOEVY, ARTHUR                                               
    Grievance procedure a mockery-Loevy  7/29/71 p.1
 
LONG GROVE, ILL.                                            
    Kemper Insurance new headquarters  10/21/71 p.35
    Kemper group opens new headquarters  12/9/71 p.26
    Kildeer rules against joint master plan  12/9/71 p.36
 
LOVELLETTE, ELIZABETH                                       
    Celebration for golden anniversary [Mr. & Mrs. Jesse
        Lovellette]  11/4/71 p.32
 
LOVELLETTE, JESSE                                           
    Celebration for golden anniversary [Mr. & Mrs. Jesse
        Lovellette]  11/4/71 p.32
 
LUCAS, JOSEPHINE                                            
    Infant shot in Island Lake  8/26/71 p.72
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    Confirmation class  6/17/71 p.25
    Lutheran church plans celebration  9/23/71 p.21
 
LYNAM, THOMAS                                               
    Lynams return to Barrington  8/5/71 p.21
 
LYON, CLARENCE                                              
    Retirement party for Clarence Lyon  6/3/71 p.11
 
LYONS, JAMES                                                
    James Lyons 224 candidate  3/4/71 p.1
 
MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER                                        
    Seeks elimination of bloody booby traps  10/28/71 p.9
 
MAIBEN, DEAN                                                
    Maiben named village manager  10/28/71 p.1
    Discusses ambulances, improvements project  12/9/71 p.1
    Public improvements project discussed  12/30/73 p.3
 
MANDERNACH PROPERTY                                         
    Reveal multi-unit development plan  3/11/71 p.1
 
MANGOLD, ESTHER                                             
    New venture  7/15/71 p.22
 
MANGOLD, NORBERT                                            
    New venture  7/15/71 p.22
 
MANTEL, RAYMOND                                             
    Appoint Mantel principal at Hough, Roslyn schools  7/1/71
        p.1
 
MARQUARDT BUICK-OPEL                                        
    Ground breaking  11/25/71 p.26
 
MASSMAN, DAVE                                               
    Smeele, Massman, Flynn to State meet  5/20/71 p.59
 
MAUSSER, FRANZ                                              
    [Barrington Import Motors] changes hands  12/2/71 p.65
 
MAZZENGA, VAL                                               
    Har-Val to film Applejack Prix  1/7/71 p.2
 
MCCARTHY, LLOYD                                             
    McCarthy president of Sherman staff  7/8/71 p.1
 
MCCAW, ROBERT F.                                            
    Former village trustee Robert F. McCaw dies  12/9/71 p.33
    Late Robert McCaw honored by village  12/23/71 p.30
 
MCCLORY, ROBERT                                             
    McClory will discuss role of young voter  10/14/71 p.1
 
MCCUEN, MALCOM                                              
    Airs views on proprietary hospitals  12/9/71 p.4
 
MCDONALD'S (RESTAURANT)                                     
    Fifth anniversary for McDonald's  8/26/71 p.8
 
MCHENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                        
    Auto collision takes life  7/8/71 p.44
 
MCINTOSH-DRAPER COMPANY                                     
    De-annexation denied  6/17/71 p.26
 
MCKEEVER, JACK, REV.                                        
    Residents fight to keep young deacon  11/4/712 p.10
 
MCMULLEN, WILLIAM                                           
    Incumbent McMullen seeking re-election  4/8/71 p.3
 
MEISTER, JACQUE                                             
    Moeller, Meister, and Peavey  12/30/71 p.23
 
MERI LYNN SCHOOL                                            
    Meri Lynn School starts 16th season  9/16/71 p.27
 
MICHAEL J. GRAFT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                    
    No problem stymies Lake Barrington  10/14/71 p.4
    Trustees reject rezoning request  12/30/71 p.4
 
MILLER FAMILY                                               
    Miller-Kuhlman annual reunion  9/16/71 p.20
 
MISS BARRINGTON PAGEANT                                     
    Kiwanis Club to sponsor Miss Barrington pageant  12/30/71
        p.2
 
MISS CARPENTERSVILLE PAGEANT                                
    Miss Carpentersville registration begins  3/25/71 p.8
    Identical twins enter pageant  5/27/71 p.9
    Five Barrington candidates in Carpentersville pageant 
        6/17/71 p.8
    Miss Carpentersville and court  6/24/71 p.52
 
MISTER DONUT                                                
    New venture  7/15/71 p.22
 
MOATS, THOMAS                                               
    [Thomas Moats] escapes injury  5/27/71 p.4
 
MODERN HOUSEHOLD SAVERS                                     
    New plant employs high school students  7/1/71 p.26
 
MOELLER, ROBERT                                             
    Moeller, Meister, and Peavey  12/30/71 p.23
 
MONKO, DOROTHY R.                                           
    Hills crash kills Hoffman girl  6/24/71 p.20
 
MOODY, G. WILLIAM                                           
    Moody discusses second hospital plan  10/7/71 p.3
    Hospital group notes progress  11/25/71 p.1
 
MULE, TONY                                                  
    60th anniversary [Mr. & Mrs. Tony Mule]  9/2/71 p.18
 
MULLEN, JEANETTE                                            
    Names Mrs. Mullen to state bingo post  7/29/71 p.2
 
MUNAO, FRANK J.                                             
    Munao seeking election  4/1/71 p.2
 
MURPHY, BETTY                                               
    [Robert & Betty Murphy] 25th anniversary  9/9/71 p.12
 
MURPHY, GERALD F.                                           
    Net $6,000 in burglary  11/18/71 p.5
 
MURPHY, ROBERT                                              
    [Robert & Betty Murphy] 25th anniversary  9/9/71 p.12
 
NATIONAL CARE AND CONVALESCENT INDUSTRIES, INC.             
    Nursing home hearing Jan. 5  12/16/71 p.3
    Nursing home proposal detailed  12/23/71 p.3
 
NELSON, GRACE                                               
    Two retire from railroad  3/25/71 p.16
 
NELSON, NILES                                               
    The Greenery; Niles Nelson, owner  5/20/71 p.7
 
NEWITT, GLENN W.                                            
    Police nab suspect in kidnapping case  9/9/71 p.1
 
NIKE (MISSILE BASE)                                         
    Will present boys' home plan to public  2/4/71 p.7
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
    Nike site to house Lake County Museum  4/15/71 p.26
    Deer Park board hears proposals on youth home  4/22/71 p.56
    Nike site rehabilitation center  4/29/71 p.12
    Police speak on the problem  5/6/71  p.2
    Nike conversion opposition is met by Deer Park board 
        5/20/71 p.11
 
NORSTOM, HARRY                                              
    Norstroms celebrate 50th anniversary  9/16/71 p.18
 
NORTH BARRINGTON ASSOCIATION OF CUBA TOWNSHIP               
    Western Avenue proposal too expensive  4/1/71 p.2
    NBA announces formation of Citizens for Conservation 
        4/22/71 p.30
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    North Barrington School leads in fund raising  4/29/71 p.36
    North Barrington School renovation set  7/29/71 p.2
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Electrical code retains flexible cable  1/28/71 p.4
    Seeks planning recommendation delay  2/25/71 p.2
    North Barrington board approves 71-72 budget  4/1/71 p.36
    North Barrington elects officers  4/15/71  p.4
    North Barrington discusses BACOG goals, objectives  4/29/71
        p.6
    North Barrington road program is announced  5/6/71 p.29
    North Barrington oks appropriation  5/27/71 p.3
    Appropriation ordinance  6/24/71 p.48
    North Barrington protests LZ pollution  7/1/71 p.4
    Schmid, North Barrington agree  7/29/71 p.7
    Treasurer's report  7/29/71 p.58
    Plan commission dominates meeting in North Barrington 
        9/2/71 p.4
    Oks metro transportation study  9/30/71 p.5
    Studies ban on leaf burning  10/28/71 p.10
    Civil defense request cut by board  11/18/71 p.23
    North Barrington opposes sewer shift  12/2/71 p.66
 
NORTHWEST AMBULANCE SERVICE                                 
    Carpentersville faces ambulance battle  11/18/71 p.12
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL                                
    Hospital grows  4/15/71 p.8
    New unit  10/14/71 p.22
    [McCuen] airs views on proprietary hospitals  12/9/71 p.4
    On schedule  12/30/71 p.17
 
OLD COLONY BUILDERS                                         
    Plans subdivision in Barrington Hills  10/14/71 p.1
 
OLSEN, CLARA                                                
    [Clara Olsen] celebrates her 96th birthday  8/5/71 p.35
 
PAHLKE, ALFRED C.                                           
    [Pahlkes] Celebrate 25th anniversary  5/13/71 p.27
 
PAHLKE, RUTH                                                
    Three are honored by Illinois Bell  4/8/71 p.26
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    1,000 units set in development near Palatine  3/18/71 p.3
    New club is planned  4/15/71 p.37
    Barn fire  7/1/71 p.2
 
PANKER, WILLIAM                                             
    Corner Cupboard; William Panker, owner  4/15/71 p.2
 
PARKER, ORIANA                                              
    Receives 4-H alumna award  12/23/71 p.15
 
PARTRIDGE, IRENE                                            
    Bank exhibit by local artist  9/9/71 p.22
 
PAULTE [SIC] LAND OF ILLINOIS                               
    Paulte [sic] ready for annexation  3/25/71 p.1
 
PAYES, WILLIAM, SR.                                         
    Seek suspects in $200,000 armed robbery  11/11/71 p.1
 
PEAVEY, ROY                                                 
    Moeller, Meister, and Peavey  12/30/71 p.23
 
PEDIAN, HAIG                                                
    Pedian will receive Torch of Hope award  6/10/71 p.13
 
PENSTONE, HAROLD W.                                         
    Penstone resigns Middle School post  3/25/71 p.2
 
PEPPER, STANLEY                                             
    [Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Pepper] celebrate anniversary  4/22/71
        p.22
 
PERCY, CHARLES                                              
    An afternoon with Senator Percy  9/30/71 p.9
 
PETER, DAVID                                                
    Plan inquest into youth's death  11/25/71 p.4
 
PETTY, W.C.                                                 
    W.C. Petty will retire  1/28/71 p.6
 
PHELPS, DAVID                                               
    Appointment method irks trustee  8/19/71 p.3
 
PINKLEY, JOYCE                                              
    Tom's Service Center; Tom and Joyce Pinkley, owners  1/7/71
        p.41
 
PINKLEY, TOM                                                
    Tom's Service Center; Tom and Joyce Pinkley, owners  1/7/71
        p.41
 
PLAGGE, CLARENCE                                            
    [Plagge] golden wedding anniversaries  7/22/71 p.28
    [Rose & Clarence Plagge] celebrate fiftieth wedding
        anniversary  11/25/71 p.18
 
PLAGGE, EDWIN                                               
    [Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Plagge] celebrate fiftieth wedding
        anniversary  7/15/71 p.23
    [Plagge] golden wedding anniversaries  7/22/71 p.28
 
PLAGGE, HERBERT                                             
    [Plagge] golden wedding anniversaries  7/22/71 p.28
 
PLAGGE, ROSE                                                
    [Rose & Clarence Plagge] celebrate fiftieth wedding
        anniversary  11/25/71 p.18
 
PLAGGE, WARREN                                              
    [Plagge] golden wedding anniversaries  7/22/71 p.28
 
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENTS                                   
    Trustees oppose PUD ordinance  1/28/71 p.3
    Decision nears on county PUD  2/4/71 p.3
    Planned unit development opposed  2/11/71 p.27
 
POLICE                                                      
    Police modernize with dogs  1/28/71 p.14
    Taping calls  4/8/71 p.1
    24-hour police telephone service for Tower Lakes  4/22/71
        p.4
    Police speak on the problem  5/6/71 p.2
    Seasonal cycle  6/3/71 p.9
    Lake County sheriff starts operation identification 
        6/10/71 p.8
    Vote on police chief, Monday  6/10/71 p.1
    Police at odds with board  6/17/71 p.1
    List 3 alternates for policing area  6/24/71 p.3
    Voss answers CCPA charges  7/8/71 p.1
    Board, Voss to meet with police  7/15/71 p.1
    County to help South Barrington police  7/15/71 p.3
    New patrolmen  7/22/71 p.12
    BACOG group selects firm for police study  8/5/71 p.1
    Assumes office  8/5/71 p.3
    Mayor has head in sand-police  8/12/71 p.1
    Hemmingson to attend 9-month police school  9/2/71 p.43
    Police rap grievance procedure  9/9/71 p.1
    2 officers join force  9/9/71 p.3
    Tower Lakes shelves pay for policeman  9/23/71 p.2
    Lake Barrington approves pact with county sheriff  11/11/71
        p.2
    Lt. Hemmingson finishes first eleven weeks  11/25/71 p.24
 
POLLUTION                                                   
    North Barrington protests LZ pollution  7/1/71 p.4
 
POMEROY MILL                                                
    Family farm roll call  10/7/71 p.43
 
POTATO CHIP INSTITUTE                                       
    [Ralph Burger] is prize winner in chip contest  3/11/71 p.10
 
POTTERY BARREL                                              
    Pottery Barrel; Iris Richmond and Lowell Stone, owners 
        2/25/71 p.20
 
PRICE, HERBERT                                              
    District 4 names Price Middle School principal  5/27/71 p.3
    Price to supervise intramural program  9/16/71 p.2
 
PULTE LAND OF ILLINOIS                                      
    Paulte [sic] ready for annexation  3/25/71 p.1
    Tables recommendation on Pulte plan  4/22/71 p.2
    Pulte hearing Saturday, May 8  4/29/71 p.1
    Board oks annexation of 60-acre Pulte tract  6/17/71 p.2
    Detail Pulte sewer proposal  11/11/71 p.6
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    Research facility  4/29/71 p.4
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Heninger discusses projects, problems  2/25/71 p.3
    Discuss proposed village plan  3/4/71 p.1
    Next public hearing March 24  3/4/71 p.2
    Reveal multi-unit development plan  3/11/71 p.1
    1,000 units set in development near Palatine  3/18/71 p.3
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
    Tables recommendation on Pulte plan  4/22/71 p.2
    Winston fights decision  4/29/71 p.1
    Pulte hearing Saturday, May 8  4/29/71 p.1
    Comprehensive plan deliberation begins  5/13/71 p.3
    Discuss proposed nursing home  5/20/71 p.1
    Retirement center a possibility  5/20/71 p.1
    Nike conversion opposition is met by Deer Park board 
        5/20/71 p.11
    Board oks annexation of 60-acre Pulte tract  6/17/71 p.2
    De-annexation denied  6/17/71 p.26
    Development ok'd by Tower Lakes  7/15/71 p.27
    Set deadline for BACOG feedback  8/5/71 p.3
    Lake Barrington accepts comprehensive plan idea  8/12/71 p.6
    Lake in Ferndale Woods now under construction  8/26/71 p.48
    Restaurant site [Weber residence]  9/23/71 p.42
    Homeowners, developers at odds  9/30/71 p.10
    Plans subdivision in Barrington Hills  10/14/71 p.1
    Comprehensive plan is Chamber's topic  10/21/71 p.1
    Building boom continues in Lake Zurich  10/21/71 p.2
    Landmark is razed; food store coming  10/21/71 p.3
    Dominick's is coming  10/28/71 p.1
    Shopping center hearing Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.1
    Discuss medical clinic Dec. 8  11/25/71 p.1
    Comprehensive plan discussion underway  11/25/71 p.3
    Postpone hearing  11/25/71 p.3
    Ground breaking  11/25/71 p.26
    BACOG sends policies report to area villages  12/9/71 p.3
    Residents object to medical clinic  12/9/71 p.5
    Transportation portion of plan is approved  12/16/71 p.1
    Postpone hearing  12/16/71 p.1
    Slate second hearing on clinic  12/16/71 p.3
    Nursing home hearing Jan. 5  12/16/71 p.3
    Plan 3d hearing on medical clinic  12/30/71 p.3
 
REED, GLENN W.                                              
    Reed receives Clay memorial scholarship  6/17/71 p.1
 
REETZ, BILL                                                 
    Reetz joins Cuba board  4/8/71 p.13
 
RICHARDSON, JOHN                                            
    Camping trip ends in tragedy  7/29/71 p.1
 
RICHMOND, IRIS                                              
    Pottery Barrel; Iris Richmond and Lowell Stone, owners 
        2/25/71 p.20
 
RIEKE FAMILY                                                
    Rieke-Jahnke reunion at park  8/19/71 p.32
 
RIGGS TV                                                    
    Remodeling  7/22/71 p.22
 
RIGHT CLUB (TENNIS CLUB)                                    
    New club is planned  4/15/71 p.37
    October opening for Right Club  9/9/71 p.48
 
RITTENHOUSE, JOSEPH W.                                      
    Rittenhouse is elected  1/7/71 p.7
 
ROADS                                                       
    Street plan is Chamber dinner topic  1/21/71 p.3
    Details new street plan  2/4/71 p.1
    Tower Lakes approves '71 road program  2/25/71 p.26
    Western Avenue proposal too expensive  4/1/71 p.2
    Barrington-Algonquin Road improvement is assured  4/1/71
        p.10
    Barton-Aschman reports to BACOG  4/1/71 p.22
    Hart crossing will stay open  4/29/71 p.1
    North Barrington road program is announced  5/6/71 p.29
    Ok walk, don't walk lights at Hough, Main  5/13/71 p.9
    Problem intersection improvements studied  6/24/71 p.12
    Hart-Western plan  7/15/71 p.1
    Seek to speed up widening of Route 59  7/15/71 p.3
    Freeway breathing again barely  7/22/71 p.3
    Want lights at death's corner  7/29/71 p.3
    Cook Street extension could die  8/12/71 p.7
    Want stop signs at Lincoln and Cook  8/26/71 p.3
    Route 14 closed  8/26/71 p.3
    Approve sign ordinance  9/16/71 p.3
    No stop signs at Lincoln, Cook  9/16/71 p.3
    Business bust along Route 14  9/23/71 p.3
    Urges support of Fox Valley Freeway  10/7/71 p.4
    Seeks elimination of bloody booby traps  10/28/71 p.9
    Finishing touches  11/4/71 p.11
    Barrington Hills rejects stop sign plea  11/25/71 p.6
    Hills board ok's freeway  12/30/71 p.9
 
ROCHE, MICHAEL                                              
    Michael Roche gets top army editor award  6/3/71 p.1
 
ROLOFF, WILLIAM, JR.                                        
    [William Roloff, Jr.] celebrates anniversary  4/29/71 p.35
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Fourth graders visit farm  2/18/71 p.2
    Library open at Roslyn Road  7/29/71 p.18
 
ROST, ELDRA                                                 
    Cited as outstanding student of English  11/18/71 p.14
 
ROYAL NEIGHBOR CAMP                                         
    [Rosetta Carr] receives pin for 50 years  11/11/71 p.36
 
ROYAL OAK FARM                                              
    Royal Oak Farm team to compete in Olympics  4/8/71 p.54
    Burned out [Royal Oak Farms]  4/29/71 p.14
 
SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                               
    Salem Church gets rare tree  12/23/71 p.15
 
SANDIEFOR, JOSEPH                                           
    Long wait for police  8/19/71 p.1
 
SAVOY, MARY                                                 
    Studies under Coe Fellowship  9/2/71 p.7
 
SCHAEFER, EARL                                              
    Earl Schaefer retires from Post Office  11/4/71 p.3
    Schaefer is tax collector  11/11/73 p.6
 
SCHERER, HENRY                                              
    [Mr. & Mrs. Henry Scherer] receive card from president 
        4/15/71 p.16
 
SCHLACHTER PROPERTY                                         
    Paulte [sic] ready for annexation  3/25/71 p.1
 
SCHLENZ, HARRY E.                                           
    Schlenz estate is scene of filming  6/10/71 p.36
 
SCHMID, KENNETH                                             
    Schmid, North Barrington agree  7/29/71 p.7
 
SCHMIDT WOOD PRODUCTS                                       
    Schmidt Wood Products, Charles Schmidt, owner  6/10/71 p.30
 
SCHMIDT, CHARLES                                            
    Schmidt Wood Products, Charles Schmidt, owner  6/10/71 p.30
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 1                                           
    State reduces aid to district 1 schools  2/11/71 p.6
    2 District 1 candidates discuss several issues  4/8/71 p.3
    Harassment charge halts District One  4/15/71 p.1
    District 1 school board oks tax levy for SEDOL  5/13/71 p.14
    Curriculum session set for District 1  5/20/71 p.35
    Teachers consider the merits of testing  6/24/71 p.28
    Craven resigns District 1 post  8/12/71 p.1
    School District 1 bulletin to parents  8/12/71 p.28
    Variety of topics before superintendents  8/19/71 p.5
    District 1 plans referendum  11/11/71 p.11
    District 1 seeks 47-cent increase  11/18/71 p.6
    Treasurer's report  11/18/71 p.58
    District 1 explains need for referendum  12/2/71 p.16
    District 1 referendum Saturday, Dec.11  12/9/71 p.13
    Defeat District 1 referendum  12/16/71 p.12
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 155                                         
    Area high schools hope for nuclear lab facility  12/2/71
        p.13
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 224                                         
    Johnson, Wastcoat fill 2 spots  1/14/71 p.1
    Superintendent Zoeller answers two charges  1/14/71 p.2
    Raise subject of unit district 1/21/01 p.1
    James Lyons 224 candidate  3/4/71 p.1
    Bruce Fowler 224 candidate  3/4/71 p.3
    224 board ponders enrollment, budgeting  3/18/71 p.3
    Principal-Association lock horns  4/22/71 p.1
    District 224 tackles 14 items  5/20/71 p.3
    District 224 oks remodeling  6/17/71 p.34
    25 years old  6/24/71 p.26
    Teacher, school board talks require federal mediation 
        8/5/71 p.1
    No contract, no work-teachers  8/12/71 p.1
    Mediators too busy  8/19/71 p.1
    Variety of topics before superintendents  8/19/71 p.5
    District 224, teachers settle  8/26/71 p.1
    Two district 224 positions open  9/23/71 p.1
    Districts 4, 224 now offering reduced lunch price program 
        9/23/71 p.8
    Wastcoat renamed to District 224 unit  10/21/71 p.8
    Budget  11/25/71 p.41
    224 board endorses unit district study  12/16/71 p.2
    224 statement on unit district  12/16/71 p.10
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 3                                           
    District 3 lists honor rolls  12/2/71 p.7
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 300                                         
    Extend registration for kindergartners  4/29/71 p.11
    State evaluator commends schools  12/9/71 p.35
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 4                                           
    District 4 projects enrollment, sets middle school capacity
        1/28/71 p.3
    Gates will address District 4 officials  2/18/71 p.1
    Discuss 45-15 year-round school pan  2/18/71 p.3
    Airs concern on disorderly conduct law  2/25/71 p.1
    District 4 negotiations underway  3/4/71 p.3
    [Himes] district candidate  3/4/71 p.4
    Elementary teachers crowd board meeting  3/11/71 p.3
    District 4 board approves campus set-up for schools  4/1/71
        p.3
    Incumbent McMullen seeking re-election  4/8/71 p.3
    District 4 plans free summer school  5/6/71 p.1
    District 4 tax increase possible  5/27/71 p.1
    District 4 names Price Middle School principal  5/27/71 p.3
    Student teaching program in District 4  6/10/71 p.2
    Mother asks:  Do we throw aside kids who can't work? 
        6/17/71 p.4
    Appoint Mantel principal at Hough, Roslyn schools  7/1/71
        p.1
    Reports $1,739 Damage at 3 District 4 schools  7/15/71 p.6
    North Barrington School renovation set  7/29/71 p.2
    Large attendance at summer school  8/5/71 p.20
    Variety of topics before superintendents  8/19/71 p.5
    Five District 4 schools may not open  8/26/71 p.1
    One-day teacher strike over  9/2/71 p.1
    Residents' questions answered by District 4  9/2/71 p.1
    Treasurer's report  9/2/71 p.55
    District 4 spending next year's money  9/23/71 p.7
    Districts 4, 224 now offering reduced lunch price program 
        9/23/71 p.8
    District 4 referendum Dec. 4  10/7/71 p.3
    Seeks 50-cent increase in educational tax rate  10/21/71 p.1
    Detail educational program in District 4  10/28/71 p.3
    Reduction in state aid hurting District 4  11/4/71 p.2
    Educational process starts at an early age  11/4/71 p.6
    District 4 cancels sale of property  11/11/71 p.4
    Letter explains why increase is needed  11/11/71 p.10
    Development of basic skills important  11/11/71 p.13
    New reading, math program is started  11/11/71 p.28
    Specialized instruction for junior high  11/18/71 p.2
    May cast absentee ballots until Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.3
    Ok payment to teachers  11/18/71 p.6
    Dec. 4 referendum approaches  11/25/71 p.3
    District 4 referendum Saturday  12/2/71 p.1
    Referendum is defeated  12/9/71 p.1
 
SCHULTZ, JULIA                                              
    [Julia Schultz] wins ribbons at horse show  12/23/71 p.14
 
SCHWARTING, RICHARD                                         
    Earn nominations to Naval Academy  2/4/71 p.11
 
SHELKOP MAGNAVOX                                            
    Magnavox store grand opening  9/30/71 p.28
    Shelkop Magnavox; Robert Shelkop, owner  10/7/71 p.13
 
SHELKOP, ROBERT                                             
    Shelkop Magnavox; Robert Shelkop, owner  10/7/71 p.13
 
SHERMAN HOSPITAL                                            
    Silver anniversary ball to be held by Auxiliary  3/18/71
        p.18
    Auxiliary members receive awards  5/27/71 p.56
    McCarthy president of Sherman staff  7/8/71 p.1
 
SHOE FACTORY ROAD LAKE                                      
    Work underway for Shoe Factory Lake  12/30/71 p.19
 
SHORLEY WOOD (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                      
    Homeowners, developers at odds  9/30/71 p.10
 
SIEDENTOP, KARL                                             
    Civil defense under fire in Inverness  12/23/71 p.35
 
SKI SHOP                                                    
    Stolen goods  12/16/71 p.1
 
SMEELE, ROGER                                               
    Smeele, Massman, Flynn to State meet  5/20/71 p.59
 
SMITH, TERRI L.                                             
    Barrington girl helps police solve burglary  4/29/71 p.7
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Drainage woes confront South Barrington board  1/21/71 p.3
    Munao seeking election  4/1/71 p.2
    Winston fights decision  4/29/71 p.1
    Board meeting turns into open discussion  6/17/71 p.29
    County to help South Barrington police  7/15/71 p.3
 
SOUTH PARK                                                  
    [Barrington Park District] seeks proposals for future
        development of South Park  1/21/71 p.24
    Planting trees at South Park  5/6/71 p.4
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    St. Anne has new pastor  4/22/71 p.25
    Receiving line [Fr. Thane retirement]  5/20/71 p.16
    St. Anne Church census and survey  10/21/71 p.24
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Awards banquet  3/18/71 p.1
    Landmark raised  8/26/71 p.3
 
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                                 
    Confirmation at St. Mark's  5/6/71 p.33
    New assistant at St. Mark's Church  8/5/71 p.17
    [Thompson] ordained a priest  12/23/71 p.29
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    Confirmed  6/10/71 p.12
    Lutherans to build $300,000 addition  12/30/71 p.1
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Bishop to visit St. Michael's  4/15/71 p.56
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    Confirmation at St. Paul's  4/22/71 p.18
    Confirmed  6/24/71 p.3
    [Rev. Bayler] honored at farewell tea  8/26/71 p.44
 
STONE, LOWELL                                               
    Pottery Barrel; Iris Richmond and Lowell Stone, owners 
        2/25/71 p.20
 
STONEHENGE GOLF CLUB                                        
    Stonehenge Golf Club plans spring opening  10/21/71 p.45
 
STRATHMORE FARM                                             
    Fourth graders visit farm  2/18/71 p.2
 
STROH, BETTY                                                
    Mrs. Stroh is honored  3/25/71 p.20
 
STURTEVANT, RICHARD                                         
    Long-time residents move to Arizona  9/23/71 p.18
 
SWANSON, LOUISE                                             
    Honored for service at veterans hospital  5/27/71 p.29
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Graham states tax return  3/18/71 p.8
    Barrington Hills tax receipts overdue  4/1/71 p.34
    Barrington Hills tax receipts improve  5/13/71 p.42
    You may, may not, get new tax bill  7/22/71 p.3
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    District 1 school board oks tax levy for SEDOL  5/13/71 p.14
    District 4 tax increase possible  5/27/71 p.1
    Park approves record tax levy  8/26/71 p.3
    Utility tax proposed by village  9/30/71 p.3
    District 4 referendum Dec. 4  10/7/71 p.3
    Seeks 50-cent increase in educational tax rate  10/21/71 p.1
    Special assessment is opposed  10/28/71 p.1
    Special assessment 76 matter still undecided  11/4/71 p.1
    Letter explains why increase is needed  11/11/71 p.10
    District 1 plans referendum  11/11/71  p.11
    Assessment group holds first meeting  11/18/71 p.1
    May cast absentee ballots until Dec. 1  11/18/71 p.3
    District 1 seeks 47-cent increase  11/18/71 p.6
    Dec. 4 referendum approaches  11/25/71 p.3
    District 1 explains need for referendum  12/2/71 p.16
    District 4 referendum Saturday  12/2/71 p.1
    District 1 referendum Saturday, Dec.11  12/9/71 p.13
    Referendum [District 4] is defeated  12/9/71 p.1
    Defeat District 1 referendum  12/16/71 p.12
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Property tax reductions in Cuba  1/7/71 p.3
    Assessment  4/29/71 p.56
    Delinquencies  10/14/71 p.42
    Assessment  12/9/71 p.39
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Delinquencies  10/7/71 p.65
 
TAYLOR, PHYLLIS                                             
    Police withheld news, Elgin paper says  12/16/71 p.18
 
TAYLOR, VICTOR                                              
    Police withheld news, Elgin paper says  12/16/71 p.18
 
TENNEY, WILLIAM                                             
    Second hospital proposed  9/30/71 p.1
    More talk about 2nd hospital  11/11/71 p.4
 
TEXTILE MACHINERY INC.                                      
    Textile Machinery, Inc., Lynn Christianson, owner  6/17/71
        p.13
 
THIEL, LORRAINE                                             
    Three are honored by Illinois Bell  4/8/71 p.26
 
THOMAS, FRANKLIN                                            
    Return from ten years in the missionary field  8/19/71 p.21
 
THOMAS, LOIS                                                
    Return from ten years in the missionary field  8/19/71 p.21
 
THOMPSON, WILLIAM, REV.                                     
    New assistant at St. Mark's Church  8/5/71 p.17
    Ordained a priest  12/23/71 p.29
 
TOM'S SERVICE CENTER                                        
    Tom's Service Center; Tom and Joyce Pinkley, owners  1/7/71
        p.41
 
TOWER LAKES WATER COMPANY                                   
    Water distribution rights discussed  2/18/71 p.6
    Tower Lakes passes water franchise  3/18/71 p.50
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes breezes  1/21/71 p.3
    Water distribution rights discussed  2/18/71 p.6
    Tower Lakes approves '71 road program  2/25/71 p.26
    Tower Lakes passes water franchise  3/18/71 p.50
    24-hour police telephone service for Tower Lakes  4/22/71
        p.4
    Incumbents capture most village seats  4/22/71 p.7
    Tower Lakes holds special session  5/6/71 p.28
    Tower Lakes reviews mosquito control program  5/20/71 p.10
    Tower Lakes holds a special meeting  6/17/71 p.33
    Tower Lakes gets annexation request  6/24/71 p.1
    Tower Lakes clean up  7/1/71 p.23
    Treasurer's report  7/1/71 p.40
    Development ok'd by Tower Lakes  7/15/71 p.27
    Tower Lakes trustee resigns from post  7/22/71 p.8
    Appropriation  8/12/71 p.50
    Appointment method irks trustee  8/19/71 p.3
    Tower Lakes shelves pay for policeman  9/23/71 p.2
    Tower Lakes zoning change  10/28/71 p.54
    Studying proposal from county sheriff  12/30/71 p.3
 
TOWN AND COUNTRY MONTESSORI SCHOOL                          
    Montessori school opens in October  8/5/71 p.30
 
TRANSFIGURATION CATHOLIC CHURCH                             
    Residents fight to keep young deacon  11/4/712 p.10
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    On the way out [parking lot gates]  2/4/71 p.3
    Fox River Line will operate  6/3/71 p.34
    Oks metro transportation study  9/30/71 p.5
    Mass transportation agencies  9/30/71 p.11
    Transportation portion of plan is approved  12/16/71 p.1
    Relocation of C&NW depot #1  12/16/71 p.6
 
UMBREIT, HENRY                                              
    Celebrates [90th] birthday  3/25/71 p.15
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Post office announces rate increase  3/4/71 p.27
    Most postage rates to increase May 16  5/13/71 p.4
    Retirement party for Clarence Lyon  6/3/71 p.11
    New postal service commences today  7/1/71 p.1
    Earl Schaefer retires from Post Office  11/4/71 p.3
 
UNITED VILLAGE PARTY                                        
    3 United Village candidates vie for Barrington Hills' seat 
        4/15/71 p.9
 
VALLIERE, JAMES                                             
    Civil defense under fire in Inverness  12/23/71 p.35
 
VARGAS, JUAN                                                
    Fast thinking teen saves six  2/11/71 p.3
 
VEATH, WILBUR                                               
    Anderlik in upset, Beese, Veath coast  4/8/71 p.2
    Veteran park district member Veath resigns  11/11/71 p.3
 
VIKING LINCOLN-MERCURY                                      
    No action on Viking plan, Ford lighting  1/28/71 p.1
    Approve rezoning for Viking  2/11/71 p.1
    Curb cut confusion continues  3/25/71 p.2
    Sign ordinance passes first test  9/30/71 p.1
    Village board approves sign variation at Viking  10/14/71
        p.6
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    New pastor for Village Church  9/9/71 p.8
 
VITALE, PHILIP, DR.                                         
    Dr. Vitale compiles book of readings  5/20/71 p.31
    New publication for Dr. Vitale  10/14/71 p.11
 
VOLINI, FREDERICK, DR.                                      
    Discuss medical clinic Dec. 8  11/25/71 p.1
    Residents object to medical clinic  12/9/71 p.5
    Slate second hearing on clinic  12/16/71 p.3
    Plan 3d hearing on medical clinic  12/30/71 p.3
 
VOLO BOG                                                    
    State offers to buy bog  1/14/71 p.12
 
VOLUNTEER BUREAU OF BARRINGTON                              
    Barrington volunteer bureau names first board of directors 
        4/15/71 p.19
    Volunteer Bureau opens  9/23/71 p.67
    Many help Volunteer Bureau  11/4/71 p.7
 
VOLUNTEERISM                                                
    Barrington volunteer bureau names first board of directors 
        4/15/71 p.19
    Volunteer Bureau opens  9/23/71 p.67
    Many help Volunteer Bureau  11/4/71 p.7
 
VON ARX, FRANK                                              
    Frank Von Arx dies, former Courier editor  10/7/71 p.9
 
VOSNOS, TOM                                                 
    Yankee Doodle Dandy; Tom Vosnos, owner  4/29/71 p.14
 
VOSS, FRED                                                  
    Voss, BACOG, under attack  5/6/71 p.1
    Voss answers CCPA charges  7/8/71 p.1
    Board, Voss to meet with police  7/15/71 p.1
    Board listens, doesn't budge  7/29/71 p.1
    Mayor has head in sand-police  8/12/71 p.1
    Urges support of Fox Valley Freeway  10/7/71 p.4
 
VUCICH, JOSEPH                                              
    Discuss proposed nursing home  5/20/71 p.1
 
WALKER, DAN                                                 
    Dan Walker pays Barrington a visit  11/18/71 p.34
 
WALNER, LAWRENCE                                            
    Asphalt plant hearing set  2/25/71 p.2
 
WARDWELL, HENRY                                             
    Foundation for garage irks Inverness board  3/18/71 p.12
 
WASHO, WILLIAM                                              
    [Mr. & Mrs. William Washo] observe 35th anniversary 
        4/22/71 p.22
 
WASTCOAT, JOHN                                              
    Johnson, Wastcoat fill 2 spots  1/14/71 p.1
    Wastcoat renamed to District 224 unit  10/21/71 p.8
 
WATER                                                       
    Natural water flow natural?  2/18/71 p.4
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    High mercury count in Barrington well  2/25/71 p.56
    Village water is all right  3/4/81 p.1
    Lake County waging war on pollution  4/8/71 p.2
    Residents protest lake contamination  12/23/71 p.22
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Water distribution rights discussed  2/18/71 p.6\
    Waste treatment needs surveyed  2/25/71 p.1
    High mercury count in Barrington well  2/25/71 p.56
    Tower Lakes passes water franchise  3/18/71 p.50
    Oks sewer replacement in part of Jewel Park  6/17/71 p.9
    Residents object to building permits  6/24/71 p.3
    Sewer problems plague board  8/12/71 p.3
    Sewer program to begin  8/26/71 p.4
    LZ sewer bids asked  8/26/71 p.12
    Detail Pulte sewer proposal  11/11/71 p.6
    North Barrington opposes sewer shift  12/2/71 p.66
    LWV issues water position statement  12/16/71 p.47
    Residents protest lake contamination  12/23/71 p.22
 
WATERSHED CONSERVANCY DISTRICT                              
    Watershed conservancy district  12/30/71 p.24
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Wauconda girl, age 16, missing since March 17  4/8/71 p.4
    Residents fight to keep young deacon  11/4/712 p.10
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Disrupting ice storm hits Barrington area  2/25/71 p.6
    The Courier visits Cary, Mississippi  3/11/71 p.12
 
WEBBE'S APPLE ORCHARD                                       
    Chicago Bears, Cubs in snowmobile races at Webbe's Orchard 
        1/7/71 p.2
    Har-Val to film Applejack Prix  1/7/71 p.2
 
WEBER, JAMES D.                                             
    Restaurant site [Weber residence]  9/23/71 p.42
 
WELCH, JOSEPH                                               
    Veteran County board member Welch retires  11/4/71 p.3
 
WELLINGTON HALL                                             
    Wellington Hall is design center  2/25/71 p.20
 
WENDT, BURTON F.                                            
    [Burton Wendt] 30 years with Commonwealth Edison  2/18/71
        p.43
 
WENNINGER, BERNARD                                          
    Name Wenninger Barrington principal  7/22/71 p.1
 
WENZEL, HAROLD, MRS.                                        
    New vice president of library system  7/22/71 p.19
 
WESTERN ELECTRIC                                            
    [Bryant Fitch] with company for 30 years  5/6/71 p.32
 
WHITE HEN PANTRY                                            
    Landmark is razed; food store coming  10/21/71 p.3
    Convenience mart  12/16/71 p.11
 
WHITNEY, THOMAS                                             
    Earn nominations to Naval Academy  2/4/71 p.11
 
WIET, JACK                                                  
    Radio-TV store sold by Graham  8/19/71 p.4
 
WILSON, HANAH                                               
    [Hannah Wilson] candidate for Harper board  4/8/71 p.6
 
WILSON, LEIGH A.                                            
    Leigh A. Wilson & Associates, Leigh A. Wilson, owner 
        5/27/71 p.7
 
WINSTON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                             
    Winston fights decision  4/29/71 p.1
 
WINSTON-MUSS CORPORATION                                    
    Heninger discusses projects, problems  2/25/71 p.3
 
WOODFIELD MALL (SHOPPING CENTER)                            
    Woodfield plans grand opening  7/15/71 p.8
    Woodfield Shopping Mall holds official preview  8/5/71 p.14
 
WOODSOME, ROBERT, MRS.                                      
    Wins first place for needlework  10/21/71 p.43
 
WYNGATE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                  
    Work on water valves in Fox Point, Wyngate  9/16/71 p.6
 
YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (RESTAURANT)                            
    Yankee Doodle Dandy; Tom Vosnos, owner  4/29/71 p.14
 
YARBROUGH, GLENN                                            
    Yarbrough performs at Harper  1/28/71 p.1
 
YEAGER, DAVID                                               
    Infant shot in Island Lake  8/26/71 p.72
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    A review of the year 1970  1/7/71 p.1
    A look at 1971  2/4/71 p.3
    Pictorial review of the year 1971  12/16/71 p.57
    A review of the year 1971  12/23/71 p.1
    A review of the year 1971  12/30/71 p.1
 
YMCA                                                        
    YMCA boards announced by Buehler and Anderson  3/18/71 p.29
 
YOUNG, SUE                                                  
    Barrington AFS student tells of year in Costa Rica  3/18/71
        p.8
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Drug abuse committee plans public workshops  3/4/71 p.3
    Why do our kids turn us off?  3/11/71 p.34
    Juvenile center  3/25/71 p.1
    Drugs:  A broad social problem  4/1/71 p.3
    Why area our kids turning us off?  5/13/71 p.31
 
ZAMBOLE, NICKY                                              
    Nicky Zambole second at Pensacola tourney  9/23/71 p.69
 
ZELSDORF, JAMES                                             
    Honor Zelsdorf for extra duty  12/2/71 p.2
 
ZENK, COLLEEN                                               
    On television  8/26/71 p.72
 
ZOELLER, JOSEPH                                             
    Superintendent Zoeller answers two charges  1/14/71 p.2
 
ZONING                                                      
    Barrington Hills board opposes zoning code  1/7/71 p.5
    State to control local zoning?  1/14/71 p.1
    Decision nears on county PUD  2/4/71 p.3
    Planned unit development opposed  2/11/71 p.27
    Asphalt plant hearing set  2/25/71 p.2
    Bateman to the rescue  3/4/71 p.4
    Foundation for garage irks Inverness board  3/18/71 p.12
    Discuss proposed nursing home  5/20/71 p.1
    Schmid, North Barrington agree  7/29/71 p.7
    Zoning board meets Wednesday, Sept. 8  9/2/71 p.1
    Tower Lakes zoning change  10/28/71 p.54
    Postpone hearing  11/25/71 p.3
    Postpone hearing  12/16/71 p.1
    Nursing home hearing Jan. 5  12/16/71 p.3
    Trustees reject rezoning request  12/30/71 p.4

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