ACCIDENTS
    Driver escapes serious injury in rollover  1/26/89 p.5
    Rollover leads to DUI charge  2/2/89 p.21
    Truck crash kills woman  2/9/89 p.108
    Two teens hurt in BH rollover  2/16/89 p.22
    Paramedic services speeds emergency response  3/9/89 p.15
    Close call (pict.)  5/11/89 p.9
    Barrington man, 2 others die in plane crash near De Kalb  5/25/89
        p.9
    One injured  7/6/89 p.28
    Two-car accident injures drivers  8/31/89 p.18
    Car crash kills teen  9/7/89 p.20
    Four-car crash injures one  10/19/89 p.18
    Driver stable after one-car crash  11/16/89 p.23
    Former resident [Julie Ann Freund] dies in car crash  12/21/89
        p.32
    Two injured in three-car crash  12/28/89 p.13

ADOPTION
    Open adoption process enlarges local family's circle  11/2/89 p.39

AGED
    Aging America  5/11/89 p.16

ALLIANCE OF BARRINGTON COMMUNITIES FOR DRUG EDUCATION
    Still offering hope and a hand  7/19/89 p.18

ALMO, DAVID
    Local attorney wins award from Chamber  2/2/89 p.27

ALTENBURG, JACK
    Parent establishes scholarship in honor of late son  8/3/89 p.23

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN
    Muench 2nd presidential term  6/15/89 p.37
    Area AAUW plans upcoming panel, forum  9/7/89 p.37

ANDERSON, CORLISS, JR.
    30th anniversary  5/18/89 p.37

ANDERSON, MARY
    30th anniversary  5/18/89 p.37

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    [Deer Park] annexes land for business park on Rand Rd.  2/23/89
        p.19  
    L.Z. officials examine hotel annex proposal  3/9/89 p.25
    Developer seeks annexation in LB  7/13/89 p.15
    Residents vow to challenge Fox River countryside annex  8/17/89
        p.13
    Township seeks agreement on SH road closures  8/17/89 p.17
    Search for judge delays action on annex petition  8/31/89 p.19
    Fox River Valley Gardens annex to "clean up" site  8/31/89 p.22
    New subdivision close to annexation by Barrington  9/14/89 p.11
    Ill. high court hears arguments in BH disannex  9/28/89 p.9
    Developer seeks annexation for subdivision project  10/12/89 p.12
    BH annexes 28 homes from Algonquin Twp.  11/23/89 p.13
    Appellate court upholds annex of Grassmere Farm  12/14/89 p.32

ANNIVERSARIES
    The League of Women Voters at 50  4/27/89 p.30
    Corliss and Mary Anderson's 30th anniversary  5/18/89 p.37
    Infant Welfare celebrates 50 years of service  5/4/89 p.32
    Sunderlages reach golden milestone with family celebration
        (pict.)  9/28/89 p.48
    Fifteen years marked by Art in the Barn sale  8/29/89 p.45

ANTIQUES
    Antique car show proves history is the wheel thing  7/27/89 p.17

APPLEBEE HOUSE
    Dedicated to Pauline H. Smith  5/18/89 p.32
    Elm 140 years old removed (pict.)  7/20/89 p.20

ARNDTSEN, NANCY
    Presides over Art Associates  8/24/89 p.41

ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)
    Opens  7/6/89 p.124

ART IN THE BARN
    Fifteen years marked by Art in the Barn sale  8/24/89 p.45

ARTISTS
    Mural artist's [Timm Etters] success is written on the walls  4/6/89 p.31
    Marvin Lipofsky  5/25/89 p.14
    Sculptor Mack's artwork is a relief (pict.)  9/21/89 p.B-1

AUBREY'S
    Opens in the Ice House Mall  10/19/89 p.104

AUCHTER, EDITH
    Home stargazing heavenly hobby  1/12/89 p.31
    Lottery for school board candidates puts Auchter in first ballot slot
        9/7/89 p.8
    Candidate looks forward to school board challenge (pict.)  9/7/89 p.8

AUCHTER, TOM
    Home stargazing heavenly hobby  1/12/89 p.31

AUTHORS
    Author [Virginia Mullery] chronicles ebb and flow of Lake County history
        8/3/89 p.115

AUTOMOBILES
    Antique car show proves history is the wheel thing  7/27/89 p.17
    Local car restoration firm [Barrington Coach Haus] building
        national reputation  7/27/89 p.94

BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE
    Baker's Lake fire: 25 acres  4/27/89 p.22

BARNES, LISA
    Girl, family meet challenge of spina bifida  3/16/89 p.31

BARNES, MEL
    Change a constant in life, career of 80-year-old resident  11/16/89 p.37

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    Warren Mellin continues as head  6/15/89 p.37
    Cost, lack of interest put arts center proposal to rest  8/3/89 p.16

BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    Local attorney [David Almo] wins award from Chamber  2/2/89 p.27

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
    BACOG delays plan for purchase  6/1/89 p.15
    Want Inverness to rejoin group  6/8/89 p.21
    BACOG, Sears set stage for meeting  7/27/89 p.5
    Funding issue threatens drug education program  8/31/89 p.9
    New commuter line?  8/31/89 p.17
    Nike missile site price too high, official says  8/31/89 p.17
    Area leaders want all heads counted in 1990 census  12/7/89 p.35
    BACOG at 20: area's "watchdog" guards land planning  12/14/89 p.12

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING
    Survey shows interest in senior hot lunch program  9/14/89 p.20

BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
    Day to collect, dispose hazardous waste considered  7/27/89 p.8

BARRINGTON AREA FIGURE SKATING CLUB
    Area skaters thrice winners of blue ribbons  8/24/89 p.44

BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
    Old barn donation will become exhibition center  5/4/89 p.8

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Talking books, Austin Zimmerman Room  1/12/89 p.17
    Seek plans for building expansion  2/16/89 p.14
    Local members of Ninety-Nines give program  2/23/89 p.40
    72 new parking spaces  5/18/89 p.9
    Book sale  6/8/89 p.24
    Fine feathered friend  7/13/89 p.16
    Okays talk with architecture firm  7/20/89 p.18
    Mime Chris Fascione performs for children  8/3/89 p.8
    Appropriation notice  8/24/89 p.145
    Library plans expansion; spring referendum likely  10/12/89 p.15
    Treasurer's annual report  11/2/89 p.146
    Library looks at $5.2 million plan for expansion  11/16/89 p.21
    Students find something in common with famous (picture)  12/7/89 p.19
    Ornament workshop (picture)  12/7/89 p.20
    All Thumbs for Christmas [Garden Club decorates tree] (picture)  12/7/89
        p.50
    Library to ask voter approval for addition  12/14/89 p.13
    Amendment to prior publication of Treasurer's annual report  2/14/89 p.43
    Library plans Hobby Day next month  12/21/89 p.35

BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR SERVICES
    Need increasing for care services  1/12/89 p.15

BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)
    Regional title  3/9/89 p.133
    Legion Broncos claim another district championship  7/27/89 p.127
    10 year anniversary remembrances of District playoffs of 1979 (picts.)
        8/24/89 p.139
    Broncos charge home as winners  10/19/89 p.45

BARRINGTON COACH HAUS
    Local restoration firm building national reputation  7/27/89 p.94

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATES OF THE WOMEN'S BOARD OF THE ART INSTITUTE
    Nancy Arndtsen presides over Art Associates  8/24/89 p.41

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    School finance debate rekindled  2/23/89 p.5
    Data on costs  2/23/89 p.9
    Narrow sites for new school  2/23/89 p.9
    Middle School: new site selection, goals  4/20/89 p.16
    Grove mobiles  5/18/89 p.14
    Middle School  5/18/89 p.18
    Middle School expansion  6/8/89 p.14
    Lee seeks re-election  6/15/89 p.8
    Fading interest in caucus  6/22/89 p.5
    Coll not to seek re-election  7/6/89 p.8
    $41 million budget for 1989-90  7/20/89 p.5
    Bus contract  7/20/89 p.19
    School board, parks to share water system cost  7/20/89 p.21
    Candidate field for District 220 board increases  7/27/89 p.5
    District 220 administrators get 8 percent increase in wages, benefits
        8/3/89 p.9
    List of possible District 220 board candidates grows  8/3/89 p.13
    District 220 may sell land to boost funding reserve  8/3/89 p.24
    First talks on Beese Park plan stalled by objection  8/10/89 p.5
    ETTA gears up for District 220 school board election  8/10/89 p.5
    Buehler won't run, but school candidate list grows  8/17/89 p.8
    School board race starts as seven file for four seats  8/24/89 p.5
    Schools' critic [Thomas Roeser] seeks to join board he challenges
        8/24/89 p.5
    Big school board contest shaping up for November  8/31/89 p.5
    School officials consider solutions to budget deficit  9/7/89 p.5
    Candidate [Edith Auchter] looks forward to school board challenge (pict.)
        9/7/89 p.8
    Lottery for school board candidates puts Auchter in first ballot slot
        9/7/89 p.8
    K-8 education offers significant base: candidate [Wendy Hayward]  9/14/89
         p.9
    Little League has big plans for fields of its dreams  9/14/89 p.21
    Accountability a key issue for school board candidate [Kay
    Geary Mayland] (pict.)  9/21/89 p.20
    Drop in student enrollment surprises school officials  9/21/89 p.8
    Schools approve $42 million budget  9/21/89 p.5
    Community involvement key for school candidate [Stevenson Mountsier]
        10/5/89 p.8
    Schools need to monitor changes in law: candidate [Richard W. Culver]
        10/12/89 p.8
    School district brings home good state "report card"  10/19/89 p.8
    School enrollment key issue for concerned parents  10/19/89 p.5
    Auditors again tell schools to shape up financially  10/19/89 p.5
    Wilson quits school race, BEA makes endorsements  10/19/89 p.9
    Officials ready to act on addition for Countryside  10/19/89 p.18
    Lee seeking second term to keep "high standards"  10/19/89 p.14
    School enrollment headed upward to 7,600 by year 2000  10/26/89 p.5
    School officials consider combination of deficit fixes  10/26/89 p.8
    School board should be more decisive, Fuller says  10/26/89 p.22
    School board race battle of philosophies  11/2/89 p.5
    Recount gives Roeser edge for fourth school board seat 11/9/89 p.5
    School board members hope for teamwork approach  11/16/89 p.8
    New school board urged to act on school boundaries  11/23/89 p.8
    School's drug education programs effective, but can be better officials
        11/23/89 p.8
    School officials close to completing purchase of land  11/30/89 p.5
    School board to decide on increase of 18.5% in property tax levy
        11/30/89 p.8
    School officials readying tax hike and referendum  12/7/89 p.8
    Schools, parks agree to cooperative land venture  12/14/89 p.8
    New levy means school tax hikes from 11% to 19%  12/21/89 p.12
    Schools hint March vote on new middle school  12/21/89 p.16

BARRINGTON COURIER-REVIEW
    Sun-Times set to purchase Pioneer paper  1/5/89 p.22
    Pioneer sale to Sun-Times inked; company launching new papers  1/26/89
        p.23
    Courier-Review marks 100th anniversary  8/3/89 p.5
    Happy Birthday Barrington Courier-Review (special section)  8/3/89 p.1
    Courier takes first place in Illinois press contest  9/21/89 p.30

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Battery charges dropped against high school's baseball coach  3/2/89 p.8
    Nine students suspended after fire at BHS  3/30/89 p.21
    Four members of '89 reflect  6/8/89 p.16
    Graduates  6/8/89 p.18
    Senior prank: 9 charged with vandalism  6/8/89 p.14
    Bomb threat a dud  9/7/89 p.19
    Students score well on college placement exams  9/7/89 p.19
    BHS students get chance to be video stars in France  9/14/89 p.24
    BHS's Osburn is top Latin teacher  10/19/89 p.23
    BHS students host 11 Soviet students for 4 weeks  11/2/89 p.35
    Upcoming swim meet makes waves in Barrington  11/16/89 p.41
    Making art work in a classroom: High School's visual arts
        program wins statewide award (pictures)  11/23/89 p.38
    School-business partnership benefits both partners  1/23/89 p.95
    Glasnost comes to Barrington; 10 Soviet students visit  1/30/89 p.31

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    Zoning board chucks plan for BH polo club  1/19/89 p.5
    Industrial park to get another review  1/26/89 p.15
    Golf champ [Ben Crenshaw] to link up with Barrington Hills?  2/16/89 p.19
    BH fire causes $5,000 damages  2/16/89 p.22
    Wins round in fight over closure of road  2/23/89 p.17
    Barrington, BH seek approval for 911 service  3/30/89 p.8
    Approves 2.2 million dollar budget  5/4/89 p.19
    Bypass battles  6/22/89 p.15
    Installation of lights, Countryside School  6/22/89 p.19
    Barrington Hills hopes law puts ZIP into village  8/10/89 p.9
    Several homes, cars damaged in wave of vandalism  8/10/89 p.27
    Township seeks agreement on BH road closures  8/17/89 p.17
    Ill. high court hears arguments in BH disannex  9/28/89 p.9
    BH annexes 28 homes from Algonquin Twp.  11/23/89 p.13
    911 installment arrives in BH  12/28/89 p.19

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Redevelopment tops '89 agenda  1/5/89 p.5
    Community development director resigns  1/5/89 p.8
    Funding for 911 still undecided  1/12/89 p.5
    Consultant fees mount for downtown project  1/26/89 p.9
    Peat bog newest issue in downtown debate  2/2/89 p.5
    Peat question prompts soil study by village  2/9/89 p.5
    Candidate [Ann Sochinski] withdraws from race  2/16/89 p.5
    20 developers interested in redevelopment plan  2/16/89 p.12
    Six developers submit plans for downtown redevelopment 3/16/89 p.5
    Redevelopment  3/23/89 p.5
    Barrington, BH seek approval for 911 service  3/30/89 p.8
    Choices may narrow [redevelopment]  3/30/89 p.28
    Forsberg looks ahead, names Franz trustee  4/13/89 p.7
    Call for "hub" referendum (pict.)  4/13/89 p.10
    Forsberg loses first battle as village president  4/27/89 p.5
    Village selects negotiating team for downtown  4/27/89 p.15
    Hamelberg named trustee  4/27/89 p.16
    Open redevelopment meetings to public  5/4/89 p.5
    Contamination from storage tank hikes cost of removal  5/4/89 p.5
    Ignores squabbling, returns to business  5/11/89 p.5
    Proposed committee reorganization  5/18/89 p.5

 BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Shopping center plan  5/25/89 p.5
    Forsberg delays decision on plan for new committee 5/25/89 p.13
    Thoes quits post  5/25/89 p.15
    Redevelopment opponents united  6/1/89 p.8
    Retail, office park, Cook and Lake Street  6/1/89 p.29
    Jewel store site enters development fray  6/8/89 p.5
    Plan to end talks on hub project may be in vain  6/8/89 p.5
    Redevelopment  6/15/89 p.5
    Forsberg, Bush clash  6/15/89 p.5
    Three referendums to be introduced  6/22/89 p.8
    Ethics ordinance search  7/6/89 p.16
    Petitions [redevelopment]  6/29/89 p.5
    Rally to protest redevelopment (cover pict.)  6/29/89 p.8
    Voters will get a chance to vote [redevelopment]  7/13/89 p.5
    Retail sales increase 7% in 1988  7/13/89 p.8
    O.K. new committees  7/13/89 p.13
    Village, Jewel continue talks on store expansion  7/27/89 p.5
    Hemphill subdivision gets preliminary approval  7/27/89 p.8
    Resignation by Thoes touches off guessing game  8/3/89 p.23
    Health inspectors leave bad taste with officials  8/17/89 p.15
        [See also correction to story  8/24/89 p.15]
    New development director hired [Janice B. Hill]  8/17/89 p.15
    Barrington board fills seat amid procedural jousting  8/17/89 p.5
    Total spending on redevelopment of downtown approaches $120,000  8/17/89
        p.5
    Newest trustee [James W. Boyd III] concerned with seniors, truck
        traffic, downtown  8/17/89 p.5
    Correction to 8/17/89 story on the health inspections at
        Sidewalk Days  8/24/89 p.15
    Solutions to village's sewer problems long, expensive  9/7/89 p.13
    Atheist [Robert Sherman] poised to attack village board over prayer
        9/14/89 p.8
    Barrington officials override veto of $40,000 payment to consultant
        9/14/89 p.8
    Barrington officials modify board prayer  9/28/89 p.5
    Village to pay $77,000 engine repair tab  9/28/89 p.9
    Atheist renews request to cease board's prayer  10/12/89 p.51
    Barrington names new director of public works department [John M. Heinz]
        10/12/89 p.14
    Village of Barrington annual Treasurer's report for the fiscal year
        ending 4/30/89  10/12/89 p.123
    Hub shopping center proposal may be dead on arrival
        10/26/89 p.5
    Beaver invasion puts the bite on Barrington  11/9/89 p.19
    Hub development thuds to defeat, but voters like Jewel  11/9/89 p.5
    Officials dump proposed increase in garbage fees  11/16/89 p.16
    Hub proposal officially buried as residents cheer  11/16/89 p.5
    Board panel rejects reduction in village tax levy  11/23/89 p.5
    Officials agree on no decrease in 1989 tax levy  11/30/89 p.5
    Ban spreads parking woes to Barrington Commons retail center  11/30/89
        p.16
    911 service coming in '91  11/30/89 p.18
    New land plan ready for review by village  12/7/89 p.15
    Nativity scene resurrected in little town of Barrington  12/14/89   p.5
    Trustee [Anna M. Bush] blasts private meeting with Jewel  12/14/89 p.13
    Audit shows Barrington in good financial health  12/14/89 p.22
    Plan commission gives approval to residential plan for
    Gateway site  12/21/89 p.17

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    William M. Valtos; "Resurrection"  1/5/89 p.25
    Lawrence De Marino  3/16/89 p.34

BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB
    Jeanne Cannon elected president  8/24/89 p.36

BARRINGTON LITTLE LEAGUE
    Little League has big plans for fields of its dreams  9/14/89 p.21

BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    May get 6th through 8th grades  1/19/89 p.8
    Middle School: new site selection, goals  4/20/89 p.16
    Middle School  5/18/89 p.18
    Middle School expansion  6/8/89 p.14
    BMS honors  7/27/89 p.39
    Night sky stars in new planetarium shows for public  9/28/89 p.12

BARRINGTON MOTOR WERKES
    Plan commission oks expansion for Motor Werkes  11/16/89 p.19

BARRINGTON NEWCOMERS CLUB
    Elects Sally Posch president for new year  10/5/89 p.37

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Ask bids on mini-golf course  3/16/89 p.8
    KO plans for miniature golf course  4/27/89 p.22
    Park district defends role in fighting drug, alcohol use  7/20/89 p.5
    School board, parks to share water system cost  7/20/89 p.21
    Park board to seek grant for developing Beese Park  8/17/89 p.8
    Board rebuffs residents on new park referendum  8/24/89 p.8
    Board approves park plans, rejects referendum call  8/31/89 p.5
    Tax levy up 8%; smaller hike seen for tax bills  8/31/89 p.18
    Park board reduces tax levy, eyes hike in non-resident fees  9/14/89 p.5
    Park board changes Beese plans after Barrington raises objections
        9/21/89 p.16
    Park officials press issue of out-of-district fees  9/28/89 p.5
    Cautious park officials boost fees for non-residents  10/12/89 p.5
    Park board seeks donations for Beese Park  10/12/89 p.17
    State conservation officials to visit Beese Park for grant review
        11/2/89 p.26
    Park board plans survey of patrons to determine needs  11/2/89 p.24
    Pool slide proposal doesn't hold water  11/2/89 p.24
    Atheist [Robert Sherman] gives park pause; display to use Santa
        Claus  11/16/89 p.14
    Budget  12/7/89 p.31
    Schools, parks agree to cooperative land venture  12/14/89 p.8

BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB
    Breakfast Rotary installs Newell  7/27/89 p.33

BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    New budget  4/13/89 p.29

BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB
    Come a long way  4/13/89 p.31
    LaRue continues in her second term (pict.)  9/14/89 p.35

BARRINGTON WORD PROCESSING
    Word processing firm helps smaller businesses  8/3/89 p.90

BASH, PHILIP E.
    Elected chairman, Board of Trustees, Garnett Theological Seminary
        7/20/89 p.43

BATAILLE, CLAIRE
    New mother Claire Bataille dancing to a new beat  8/17/89 p.B-1

BEAUBIEN, MARK H.
    Chairman, Board of Directors, State Bank of Lake Zurich  5/11/89 p.111

BELEW, ADRIAN
    Guitarist Belew goes above and beyond call of duty  10/5/89 p.B-1

BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD
    Bell's tradition continues with start of apple season (picts.)  9/14/89
        p.31
    Correction to story of 9/14/89; story reprinted in full  9/21/89 p.139

BENACH, JEFF
    Benach promoted to general sales manager  7/27/89 p.104

BENNETT, JERRY
    Parkway Drugs  8/24/89 p.97

BIERKNESS, ED
    Honored for work with Salvation Army  6/1/89 p.31

BISHOP, DENISE DE JOHN
    De John's Custom Tile  3/16/89 p.101

BLOCK, WILLIAM D.
    Suspect enters guilty plea after attendant's murder  5/11/89 p.136

BOCKWINKEL, JERRY
    Bockwinkel's opens doors on array of specialty items  10/19/89 p.104
    Residents protest granting of liquor license to Bockwinkel's grocery
        11/16/89 p.16

BOCKWINKEL'S
    Bockwinkel's opens doors on array of specialty items  10/19/89 p.104
    Residents protest granting of liquor license to Bockwinkel's grocery
        11/16/89 p.16

BONNEM, BRIAN
    Brian's Cleaners  8/24/89 p.97

BOURBON FRENCH PARFUM
    Leslie Ann and Bob Walker, owners  10/26/89 p.111

BOWMEN, JERRY
    One million prescriptions a sign of business health (pict.)  8/24/89
        p.20

BOYD, JAMES W. III
    Barrington board fills seat amid procedural jousting  8/17/89 p.5
    Newest trustee concerned with seniors, truck traffic, downtown  8/17/89
        p.5

BOYER, CAROL E.
    Couple's "dream" center opposed by neighbors  8/3/89 p.25

BOYER, DONALD G.
    Couple's "dream" center opposed by neighbors  8/3/89 p.25

BOZIC, MICHAEL
    Sears executive says retailer will aid businesses  9/28/89 p.30

BRAUN, ROGER TRACY
    Grand jury indicts teens in shotgun slaying  1/5/89 p.9
    Teens plead not guilty in shotgun slaying  1/19/89 p.9
    Trial delayed for teens accused in dad's shooting  2/16/89 p.9
    Expected to plead guilty  6/8/89 p.8
    Expected to plead guilty to murder charge  6/15/89 p.18
    Whigham enters guilty plea  6/22/89 p.15
    Teen pleads guilty in slaying  10/5/89 p.5
    LB teen-ager sentenced to 32 years for father's murder (picture)
        11/23/89 p.5

BRIAN'S CLEANERS
    Brian Bonnem, owner  8/24/89 p.97

BROWN, JANICE
   Crash victims remembered as outgoing, friendly people  7/27/89 p.26

BROWN, KIMBERLY
    Crash victims remembered as outgoing, friendly people  7/27/89 p.26

BRUNETTE, CLYDE "MURPH"
    Glass and Mirror Interiors  3/23/89 p.82

BUCKMAN, MICHAEL
    Joins Jonas, Barnes, Walters and Assoc., Inc.  9/28/89 p.98

BUDWELL, MICHAEL
    Driver stable after one-car crash  11/16/89 p.23

BUEHLER, JENNIFER S.
     Buehler won't run, but school candidate list grows  8/17/89 p.8

BURES, ED
    Society's Child  8/10/89 p.93

BURES, JUDY
    Society's Child  8/10/89 p.93

BUSH, ANNA M.
    Forsberg, Bush clash  6/15/89 p.5
    Trustee blasts private meeting with Jewel  12/14/89 p.13

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Decorating Connections; Catherine Michiels, owner  1/19/89 p.84
    Diet Center  1/26/89 p.75
    Calico Corners  2/2/89 p.77
    Family business [Rose Packing Co.] a meaty story after 65 years  2/2/89
        p.31
    Something Special; Ardith Gulbransen, owner  2/23/89  p.83
    International Creative Group; Brenda Nolan, owner  2/23/89 p.31
    Crusing Fine Art & Design; Katherine Crusing, owner  3/2/89 p.78
    Pasquesi Home & Farm Suppliers  3/9/89 p.B32
    De John's Custom Tile Studio; Denise De John Bishop, owner  3/16/89 p.101
    Glass & Mirror Interiors; Clyde "Murph" Brunette, owner  3/23/89 p.82
    Ten Pin Bowl owners close; health club, bar spared  3/2/89  p.16
    Carpet Mill Outlet  3/30/89 p.87
    Fresh Flower Market  4/6/89 p.26
    Formal Details; Steve Brodie and John Schoenbeck, owners  4/27/89 p.89
    Bountiful Baskets; Susan Kane and Joan Scheeter, owners  5/4/89 p.97
    3 Chefs Catering and Carry-Out Service; Dyan Peich, owner  5/11/89 p.31
    Patty Cake; Maureen Logue, owner  5/25/89 p.94
    Park-N-Shop; Jim Lisinski, owner  6/1/89 p.98
    Cotton-Tails; Heidi Jackson, owner  6/1/89 p.98
    Yuppie's Best Friend; Joyce Fields, owner  6/8/89 p.31
    Family business [J.S. James Co.] thrives  6/15/89 p.H-3
    Victorian Home Care  7/20/89 p.H-1
    Barrington Word Processing; Ellen Piper, owner  8/3/89 p.90
    Society's Child; Judy and Ed Bures, owners  8/10/89 p.93
    Brian's Cleaners; Brian Bonnem, owner  8/24/89 p.97
    Parkway Drugs  8/24/89 p.97
    Reusss and Sons; Greg Reuss, owner  8/24/89 p.97
    Salon of Barrington  8/24/89 p.97
    Country classics; Roger and Kathy Carlstrom, owners  8/31/89 p.93
    Toy Connection; Dan Koenig, owner  8/31/89 p.93
    Decorating Den; Lynn M. Zidek, owner  9/14/89 p.112
    Treasured Twice Boutique; Dawn Phillips  9/21/89 p.108
    Small business, big risk: financing can be toughest hurdle for new
        entrepreneurs  9/21/89 p.105
    Sundance; Kay Denison and Nancy Horton, owners  9/29/89 p.100
    Dairy Market; Doug Miller, owner  10/5/89 p.93
    Lake Forest Jewelers; Ernst and Peggy Fredendall, owners  10/12/89 p.97
    Bockwinkel's; Jerry Bockwinkel, owner  10/19/89 p.104
    Aubrey's; Audrey Butterman, owner  10/19/89 p.104
    Women taking advantage of franchise opportunities  10/26/89 p.107
    Bourbon French Parfum, Leslie Ann and Bob Walker, owners  10/26/89 p.111
    NW Highway business owners say railroad track work will hurt  11/2/89
        p.28
    Olde Village Peddler; Patti Purmann, owner  11/2/89 p.110
    Kitchen and Accents; Margaret Gigerich, owner  11/2/89 p.110
    Silver Basket; Laura Healy, owner  11/2/89 p.110
    Melissa Michaels; Doris Walsh, owner  11/16/89 p.106
    Kroch's and Brentano's  11/23/89 p.96
    Azure Computer Services; Sylvia Chen, owner  11/30/89 p.105
    Interiors Planning and Designs Ltd.; Janet Davie, owner  12/14/89 p.127

BUTTERMAN, AUDREY
    Aubrey's  10/19/89 p.104

CABLE TELEVISION
    Cable company wants to install tower near SB  8/24/89 p.13
    Jones Intercable completes buy of Centel Cable  10/12/89 p.30

CADIEUX, ROBERT D.
    President Amoco Chemical Co.  5/11/89 p.105

CALICO CORNERS
    Calico Corners  2/2/89 p.77

CANNON, JEANNE
    Elected president of Junior Women  8/31/89 p.36

CARPET MILL OUTLET
    Carpet Mill Outlet  3/30/89 p.87

CARLSTROM, KATHY
    Country Classics  8/31/89 p.93

CARLSTROM, ROGER
    Country Classics  8/31/89 p.93

CATLOW THEATRE
    National recognition: National Register of Historic Places  6/22/89 p.9

CENTEL CABLE TELEVISION OF ILLINOIS
    Jones Intercable completes buy of Centel Cable  10/12/89 p.30

CENTURY 21 BELL & SNELL
    Moves  8/3/89 p.92

CHARLOTTE'S PIZZA
    Last call  5/11/89 p.18
    Move  7/13/89 p.9

CHEN, SYLVIA
    Azure Computer Services  10/30/89 p.105

CIOTTI, MARTIN J.
    Named VP and legal counsel for Car-X  11/16/89 p.108

CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION
    Savanna restoration campaign enters second phase  11/23/89 p.22
    Receives 5 more acres for prairie restoration  12/21/89 p.110

CLOVER HILL SQUARE
    LZ officials examine hotel annex proposal  3/9/89 p.25

COLL, DENNIS R.
    Coll not to seek re-election  7/6/89 p.8

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Tops '89 agenda  1/5/89 p.5
    Community development director resigns  1/5/89 p.8
    Cultural center under consideration  1/26/89 p.8
    Consultant fees mount for downtown project  1/26/89 p.9
    20 developers interested in redevelop plan  2/16/89 p.12
    Joint facility for school, cultural center eyed  3/9/89 p.5
    Redevelopment  3/16/89 p.5
    Six developers submit plans for downtown redevelopment  3/16/89 p.5
    Redevelopment  3/23/89 p.5
    Choices may narrow  3/30/89 p.28
    Call for "hub" referendum (pict.)  4/13/89 p.10
    Village to choose  4/20/89 p.5
    Petition  4/20/89 p.22
    Forsberg negotiating team for downtown  4/27/89 p.15
    Open redevelopment meetings to public  5/4/89 p.5
    Opponents united  6/1/89 p.8
    Plan to end talks on hub project may be in vain  6/8/89 p.5
    Jewel store site enters development fray  6/8/89 p.5
    Redevelopment  6/15/89 p.5
    Three referendums to be introduced  6/22/89 p.8
    Petitions  6/29/89 p.5
    Rally to protest (cover pict.)  6/29/89 p.8
    Voters will get a chance to vote  7/13/89 p.5
    Planning commission turns down new office building  8/31/89 p.24
    Downtown redevelopment plans up for vote  11/2/89 p.5
    Hub development thuds to defeat, but voters like Jewel  11/9/89 p.5
    Hub proposal officially buried as residents cheer  11/16/89 p.5
    New land plan ready for review by village board  12/7/89 p.15
    Plans rejected, but developer heads for board  12/7/89 p.16

COMPOST
    Costs for composting exceeds budgeted amount  9/14/89 p.11
    Closed SB landfill may be reopened as composting site  12/7/89 p.9

CONLON, JON
    BHS graduate is top deejay  3/30/89 p.43

CONNOLLY, EUGENE S.
    Connolly and Falvo to head management team  11/23/89 p.102

CONNER, MARK
    Opens dental office  8/3/89 p.89

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    Conservation awards given to local trio  3/30/89 p.33

CONTEMPO DESIGNS, INC.
    Richard A. Mayoh, president  1/19/89 p.86

COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Suburban bus budget calls for no fare hikes  10/26/89 p.124
    Cook County delinquent tax list  12/7/89 p.138

COTTON-TAILS
    Heidi Jackson, owner  6/1/89 p.98

COUNTRY CLASSICS
    Toy Connection moves to larger Foundry facilities  8/31/89 p.93

COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION FOR THE HANDICAPPED
    Disabled gain skills, dignity at Countryside Association  9/28/89 p.37
    Honors Rep. William E. Peterson  11/16/89 p.30

COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL
    Installation of lights  6/22/89 p.19
    Residents may help pay for lights at Countryside  8/3/89 p.24
    Officials ready to act on addition for Countryside  10/19/89 p.18

CRANE, PHILIP M.
    Survey shows strong views on AIDS, terrorism  8/31/89 p.44

CRENSHAW, BEN
    Golf champ to link up with BH?  2/16/89 p.19

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Grand jury indicts teens in shotgun slaying  1/5/89 p.9
    Great pizza sting  1/12/89 p.5
    Man faces assault charges in Inverness  1/12/89 p.13
    Coach's trial postponed  1/12/89 p.13
    Teens plead not guilty in shotgun slaying  1/19/89 p.9
    Teens charged after party bust  1/26/89 p.21
    Car chase in five towns ends in man's arrest  1/26/89 p.21
    Barrington man [Robert W. Rabuska] sentenced for tax evasion  1/26/89
        p.16
    Trial delayed for teens accused in dad's shooting  2/16/89 p.9
    Police arrest two on drug charges  4/27/89 p.108
    Suspect [William D. Block] enters guilty plea in attendant's murder
        5/11/89 p.136
    Murder suspect [John L. Markiewicz] charged in second killing  5/11/89
        p.130
    Four juveniles charged in weekend spree  5/18/89 p.26
    600 lbs. of marijuana seized  5/25/89 p.26
    Hawthorn Woods man [Myron Kykta] arrested in connection with cocaine case
        5/25/89 p.122
    Man charged with harassing LB trustee  6/8/89 p.8
    Teen [Roger Tracy Braun] charged in LB slaying expected to plead guilty
        6/8/89 p.8
    Senior prank: 9 charged with vandalism  6/8/89 p.14
    Teen expected to plead guilty to murder charge  6/15/89 p.18
    Whigham enters guilty plea  6/22/89 p.15
    BH man pleads guilty to 2 charges of harassment  6/29/89  p.13
    Burglars "shop" twice at Foundry sports store  7/27/89 p.30
    Several homes, cars damaged in wave of vandalism  8/10/89 p.27
    Inverness man indicted on federal drug charges  9/7/89 p.21
    Area resident [Myron Kykta] convicted on cocaine selling charge  9/14/89
        p.127
    Teen [Roger Tracy Braun] pleads guilty in slaying  10/5/89 p.5
    Man [Myron Kykta] sentenced in cocaine case  10/5/89 p.115
    LB teen-ager [Roger Tracy Braun] sentenced to 32 years for father's
        murder  11/23/89 p.5
    Probation for second teen [Mark Whigham] in murder of friend's dad
        11/30/89 p.8

CRIMINAL STATISTICS
    Crime rate statistics '88  3/2/89 p.5

CROWTHER, BRUCE
    Named executive VP and Chief Operating Officer of Northwest Community
       Hospital  9/28/89 p.99

CRUSING FINE ART AND DESIGN
    Crusing Fine Art and Design; Kathleen Crusing, owner  3/2/89 p.78

CRUSING, KATHLEEN
    Crusing Fine Art and Design, Kathleen Crusing, owner  3/2/89 p.78

CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Cuba open space plan hearing draws crowd  1/19/89 p.5
    Cuba Township gives initial nod to open space acquisition plan  1/26/89
        p.19
    Budget  3/16/89 p.17
    New budget  4/13/89 p.29
    Voters in Cuba Township face open space question  11/2/89 p.8
    Voters close off option of Cuba open space plan  11/9/89 p.8

CULVER, RICHARD W.
    Schools need to monitor changes in law: candidate  10/12/89 p.8

DAIRY MARKET
    Doug Miller, owner  10/5/89 p.93

DAVIDSON, MICHAEL B.
    President, Michael B. Davidson Dycast, Inc.  1/19/89 p.86

DAVIE, JANET
    Interiors Planning and Designs Ltd.  12/14/89 p.127

DE JOHN'S CUSTOM TILE STUDIO
    Denise De John Bishop, owner  3/16/89 p.101

DE MARINO, LAWRENCE
    Barrington author  3/16/89 p.34

DECORATING CONNECTIONS
    Catherine Michiels, owner  1/19/89 p.84

DECORATING DEN
    Lynn M. Zidek, owner  9/14/89 p.112

DEER
    Get reprieve in Lake County  2/9/89 p.113
    Park in Peoria gets ready for relocated deer  2/9/89 p.113
    Collared Ryerson deer "escapes" to Wisconsin  8/17/89 p.124
    Forest board may install fence to control deer  10/5/89 p.123
    Lake Barrington solves problem of dead deer  12/14/89 p.38

DEER PARK, ILL.
    Deer Park's growth raises host of new developments  7/27/89 p.14
    Issues for DP candidates  3/16/89 p.16
    Annex land for business park on Rand Rd.  2/23/89 p.19
    OK change in law for septic fields  7/20/89 p.16
    DP interested in buying former Nike site  8/24/89 p.14
    Nike missile site price too high official says  8/31/89 p.17
    Proposal for DP bowling alley strikes officials  11/30/89 p.21
    Extra police a concern as DP weighs bowling alley  12/28/89 p.14

DENISON, KAY
    Sundance  9/28/89 p.100

DETECTIVES, PRIVATE
    Real life Sam Spades do fairly unglamorous digging  10/19/89 p.101

DIET CENTER
    Diet Center  1/26/89 p.75

DILLON, ARTHUR J., REV.
    To retire as pastor of St. Anne's  8/10/89 p.25

DOWDEN CABLESYSTEMS
    Cable company wants to install tower near SB  8/24/89 p.13

DRAGANCHUK, DAN
    Rejoins Motor Werks of Barrington  9/28/89 p.99

DRUG ABUSE
    Survey  5/18/89 p.16
 
DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION
    Faces demise without local funding  7/6/89 p.18
    Funding issue threatens drug education program  8/31/89 p.9
    Second officer added to drug education program  9/7/89 p.18
    SB, DP promise funds for drug education program  9/21/89 p.19
    Villages set to take own share of DARE funding  9/28/89 p.8
    School's drug education programs effective, but can be better: officials
        11/23/89 p.8

DRUGS AND YOUTH
    Under a cloud: prep sports might soon be in line for drug testing
        8/31/89 p.136

DRUNK DRIVING
    Surge in DUI, underage possession worries authorities  12/7/89 p.5
    DUI charge for driver who struck Forsberg's car  12/7/89 p.39

DUCHOSSOIS, BRUCE
    Exotic menagerie  7/19/89 p.31

DUCHOSSOIS, RICHARD
    Skeleton on Duchossois property under investigation  8/17/89 p.9
    Remains likely those of murder victim, expert says  8/24/89 p.9
    Fire guts home on horse farm  11/30/89 p.5

DUNTEMAN PARK
    SB park board approves $140,000 project  5/18/89 p.8

EATING DISORDERS
    Hidden addiction affects area teenagers  1/19/89 p.23

EDUCATION
    Formula for success?: Educators critical of the way state officials fund
        schools (special section)  8/31/89 p.14
    Back to school  8/31/89 p.20
    New college extensions seek varying degrees of students  9/7/89 p.42
    Area resident [Debbie Miller] nominated for education post  9/7/89 p.111

ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Ela Township race heats up  3/9/89 p.26
    Ela Township proposes 38 percent tax levy hike  7/27/89 p.117

ELA TOWNSHIP TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION
    ETTA pushing parks to firm up Beese Park plan  8/3/89 p.5
    First talks on Beese Park plan stalled by objection  8/10/89 p.5
    Gears up for District 220 school board election  8/10/89 p.5

ELECTIONS
    Lines aren't long as local elections open  1/19/89 p.5
    Parties slate candidates for town elections  1/12/89 p.9
    Partisan, local parties gird for April election  1/26/89 p.5
    Platforms, committees emerge in Barrington  2/2/89 p.9
    Ela Township race heats up  3/9/89 p.26
    Redevelopment  3/16/89 p.5
    Issues for DP candidate  3/16/89 p.16
    Local elections  3/30/89 p.5
    Voters guide  3/30/89 p.14
    Results  4/6/89 p.5
    Candidate field for District 220 board increase  7/27/89 p.5
    List of possible District 220 board candidates grows  8/3/89 p.13
    Big school board contest shaping up for November  8/31/89 p.5
    Lottery for school board candidates puts Auchter in first
        ballot slot  9/7/89 p.8
    Voter Information Guide [special section]  10/26/89
    Voter's guide  11/2/89 p.14

ENDERS, BARBARA CROOKS
    Pianist:  Carnegie Hall is career dream  3/2/89 p.92

ENGLE, DAVE
    Field of vision  7/21/89 p.31

ENGLER, ROBERT KLEIN
    Whetstone literary magazine scores  7/27/89 p.38

ESMOND, TRUMAN H.
    Esmond appointed Michael Reese officer  7/28/89 p.102

ESSENTIALLY LINENS
    Johanna Fewell, owner  10/19/89 p.104

ETTERS, TIMM
    Mural artist's success is written on the walls  4/6/89 p.31

ETTLINGER, RICHARD
    Resident says value too high on forest property  9/7/89 p.114

EWING, DONNA
    Horses find Elysian fields at humane group's new farm (pict.)  9/21/89
        p.31

FALVO, ANTHONTY J., JR.
    Connolly and Falvo to head management team  11/23/89 p.102

FARBER, DAVID
    Naturalist  5/4/89 p.31

FASCIONE, CHRIS
    Mime performs at Barrington Area Library  8/3/89 p.8

FEURER, RUSSELL
    GHS in good health at age 10 (picts., cover pict.)  10/12/89 p.41

FIDUCCIA, VINCENT V.
    Named to home builder's post  12/7/89 p.126

FIELDS, JOYCE
    Yuppie's Best Friend  6/8/89 p.31

FINANCIAL CONCEPTS LTD.
    Financial trade group expels owners of local securities firm  3/9/89 p.8
    Money due next year for Financial Concepts investors  9/28/89 p.18
    Investment firm owner gets public defender  11/23/89 p.17
    
FIRES
    Fire causes $350,000 damages  2/2/89 p.5
    BH fire causes $5,000 damages  2/16/89 p.22
    Fire officials investigating Gay Paree blaze  3/9/89 p.9
    Fire guts Hills home  3/23/89 p.5
    Nine students suspended after fire at BHS  3/30/89 p.21
    Industrial park explosion in LB  4/20/89 p.9
    Baker's Lake: 25 acres  4/27/89 p.22
    Home destroyed (pict.)  5/11/89 p.5,8
    Blaze destroys rail repair vehicle near Barrington  8/10/89 p.23
    Fire destroys historic house in LB  8/24/89 p.17
    Fire guts Rand Road adult bookstore  11/16/89 p.21
    Fire guts home on horse farm of Duchossois  11/30/89 p.5
    Landmark department store [Lipofsky's] is burned into memory (pictures)
        12/21/89 p.5

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BARRINGTON
    Hugh H. Palmer, president  1/26/89 p.76

FISHER, RICHARD
    Barrington execs buy out division of Walgreens  9/14/89 p.26

FLINT CREEK FOREST PRESERVE
    Forest district may vote Friday  4/20/89 p.5

FOELSCHOW, PEGGY
    Local nurse wins top honor  3/30/89 p.42

FOREMAN, FRED
    Foreman mulls run for state post  8/24/89 p.131

FORSBERG, THEODORE J.
    Forsberg looks ahead, names Franz trustee  4/13/89 p.7
    Forsberg loses first battle as village president  4/27/89 p.5
    Forsberg delays decision on plan for new committee  5/25/89 p.13
    Forsberg, Bush clash  6/15/89 p.5
    Barrington board again overturns Forsberg veto  10/12/89 p.5
    Forsberg, atheist tangle on traffic ticket  12/14/89 p.9

FOUNDRY (SHOPPING CENTER)
    Burglars "shop" twice at Foundry sports store  7/27/89 p.30
    Putting on the best facade  2/2/89 p.8
    Foundry mall stores open on west end of village  8/24/89 p.97
    Toy Connection moves to larger Foundry facilities  8/31/89 p.93
    Jewelry store adds touch of class to Foundry Mall  10/12/89 p.97
    Three new stores add to Foundry opening celebration  11/2/89 p.110
    Grand opening Saturday  11/2/89 p.133
    Kroch's and Brentano's booked for Foundry store  11/23/89 p.96

FOX RIVER VALLEY GARDENS
    Fox River Valley Gardens annex to "clean up" site  8/31/89 p.22

FRANZ, LYDIA T.
    Forsberg looks ahead, names Franz to seat  4/13/89 p.7

FREDENDALL, ERNST
    Lake Forest Jewelers  10/12/89 p.97

FREDENDALL, PEGGY
    Lake Forest Jewelers  10/12/89 p.97

FRESH FLOWER MARKET
    Fresh Flower Market  4/6/89 p.26

FREUND, JULIE ANN
    Former resident dies in car crash  12/21/89 p.23

FRYE, JOHN
    Memories of an old soldier haven't faded over time  11/9/89 p.27

FULLER, JACQUELIN D.
    School board should be more decisive, Fuller says  10/26/89 p.22

GARDEN CLUB OF BARRINGTON
    Area gardeners grow top awards  8/10/89 p.32

GAY PAREE
    Fire officials investigating Gay Paree blaze  3/9/89 p.9

GATEWAY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    $400,000 in Gateway suit costs hike in legal budget  1/12/89 p.8
    Alternate plan used in Gateway testimony  1/26/89 p.17
    Would lower values of homes:  appraiser  2/16/89 p.16
    Testimony ends in lawsuit  3/9/89 p.19
    Lawsuit now in hands of judge  4/20/89 p.14
    Decision set for tomorrow  5/4/89 p.14
    New decision date  5/11/89 p.5
    Barrington wins Gateway; zoning decision upheld  5/18/89 p.5
    Ruling faces possible appeal  6/15/89 p.8
    Developer appeals  6/22/89 p.8
    Kaplan presents residential plan for Gateway to Barrington property
        10/5/89 p.5
    Kaplan subdivision plan gets good reviews so far  11/23/89 p.14
    Plan commission gives approval to residential plan for Gateway site
        12/21/89 p.17

GIBBONS, DAVE
    Gibbons named VP  9/7/89 p.98

GIGERICH, MARGARET
    Kitchen and Accents  11/2/89 p.110

GLASS AND MIRROR INTERIORS
    Clyde "Murph" Brunette, owner  3/23/89 p.82

GLENMORE INTERNATIONAL
    Charles Sipple, president  6/22/89 p.91

GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Deer Park's growth raises host of new developments  7/27/89
        p.14

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    Fifteen years marked by Art in the Barn sale  8/24/89 p.45
    Fest offers feast, fun for families  8/24/89 p.31
    Honors volunteers  8/31/89 p.36
    Receives community service award  8/31/89 p.97
    Good Shepherd Hospital in good health at age 10 (picts., cover pict.)
        10/12/89 p.41
    Hospital rededicates effort  11/9/89 p.42

GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
    How they voted on key issues  7/6/89 p.12
    The rating game: most local lawmakers scored high on Chamber positions
        9/29/89 p.95

GRAHAM, MIKE
    Probe on mail fraud  5/18/89 p.119
    
GRASSY LAKE
    Forest district may vote Friday  4/20/89 p.5

GRASSMERE FARM
    Appellate court upholds annex of Grassmere Farm  12/13/89 p.32

GREENSPAN, JEFF
    King for a day: local actor treated as royalty for his latest role
        10/19/89 p.B-1

GRIGSSBY PRAIRIE
    CFC receives 5 more acres for prairie restoration  12/21/89 p.110

GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL
    Carnival rides into town at Grove Avenue School (pict.)  10/5/89 p.33
    Students send birds on flight of peace (pictures)  12/14/89 p.26

GULBRANSEN, ARDITH
    Something Special  2/23/89 p.83

HADER, MICHAEL
    Barrington execs buy out division of Walgreens  9/14/89 p.26

HAGGERTY, PHILIP J.
    Appointed director at Recon Optical, Inc.  9/28/89 p.106

HAIDER, THOMAS F.
    President, Northern States Trust Company  4/6/89 p.98

HAMELBERG, RONALD M.
    Long-time resident named to trustee post  4/27/89 p.16

HANDICAPPED
    Walk-a-thon to raise funds for the handicapped  7/27/89 p.20
    Local walkers go the distance for the handicapped  8/10/89 p.25

HARPER COLLEGE
    Friends of Harper College salute community members for allegiance  8/3/89
        p.41
    Harper trustee irked over "excess" budget surpluses  8/10/89 p.18
    Harper students sign up for another school year (picts.)  8/24/89 p.120
    Protests over Harper official's South Africa trip die down 9/21/89 p.50
    Day care center owners blast Harper's proposed facility  9/28/89 p.16
    Local operators want a say in Harper day care  10/5/89 p.22
    Harper candidates disagree about building plan priorities  11/2/89 p.8
    Trustee blasts college for surplus funds  11/30/89 p.24

HARRIS BANK BARRINGTON
    Harris Bank proposes branch in SB  9/21/89 p.23
    SB officials approve lease for new Harris Bank  11/23/89  p.21

HAVERTON ON THE POND (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Mud wall at Rts. 59, 22 a berm of contention  11/16/89 p.18
    Developer, NB officials surmount berm controversy  11/30/89  p.14

HAYWARD, WENDY
    K-8 education offers significant base:  candidate  9/14/89 p.9

HEALY, LAURA
    Silver Basket  11/2/89 p.110
    
HEINZ, JOHN M.
    Barrington names new director of public works department  10/12/89 p.14

HEMPHILL SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Hemphill subdivision gets preliminary board approval  7/27/89 p.8
    Subdivision ok'd  7/6/89 p.16

HENDRICKS, RANDY JOHN
    Named partner to Andersen Consulting (pict.)  11/2/89 p.116

HILL, JANICE B.
    New development director hired  8/17/89 p.15

HILLSIDE ESTATES (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Final approval paves way for homes near golf course  10/12/89 p.9

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
    Catlow Theatre  6/22/89 p.9

HOFFMAN GROUP
    Developer fined $50,000 for destroying wetlands  9/28/89 p.117

HOGAN, RICHARD A.
    Dentist receives fellowship award  8/31/89 p.97
    Illinois dentist receives fellowship award (pict.)  9/7/89 p.98

HOLLENSTEINER, JAMES
    Named chairman of bank board  12/7/89 p.127

HOMELESS PEOPLE
    Journey for the Homeless pass through Barrington  7/6/89 p.21

HOOVED ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY
    Horses find Elysian fields at humane group's new farm (pict.)  9/21/89
        p.31

HORSES
    Horses find Elysian fields at humane group's new farm (pict.)  9/21/89
        p.31

HORTON, NANCY
    Sundance  9/28/89 p.100

HOSPICES (TERMINAL CARE)
    New benefits for area patients  7/17/89 p.108
    Two area hospices unite services and resources  11/23/89 p.34

HOTLINES (COUNSELING)
    Relationships top concern on hotlines in '88  2/16/89 p.23
    Phone help lines for kids, teens begin distributing info in schools
        10/12/89 p.52

HOUGH STREET SCHOOL
    Students find something in common with famous (picture)  12/7/89 p.19

HOWARD, C. JERIEL
    Barrington resident named to conference  8/31/89 p.97

ILLINOIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    The rating game: most local lawmakers scored high on Chamber positions
        9/28/89 p.95

ILLINOIS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER
    Hotel tax increase proposed to fund convention center  10/19/89 p.120
    Convention center touted as potential boon to area  10/19/89 p.122
    Towns cautious about convention center plan  10/19/89 p.124
    
ILLINOIS STORYTELLING FESTIVAL
    May plays host as Illinois Storytelling Fest returns  7/27/89 p.B-1

ILT COMPANY, INC.
    John Stewart, president  2/9/89 p.88

INFANT WELFARE
    Celebrates 50 years of service  5/4/89 p.32

INSURANCE
    Debate over mandatory insurance  5/18/89 p.20

INTERIORS PLANNING AND DESIGNS LTD.
    Janet Davie, owner  12/14/89 p.127

INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE GROUP
    Brenda Nolan, owner  2/23/89 p.31

INVERNESS, ILL.
    BACOG wants Inverness to rejoin group  6/8/89 p.21
    Inverness refuses to plug into long term Com. Ed. pact  9/21/89 p.128

ISCHAY, DUANE
    Promoted to marketing director  11/30/89 p.108

ISHAK, MAMDOUH L.
    New tropical soft drink what the doctor ordered (pict.)  8/24/89 p.22

J.S. JAMES COMPANY
    Family business thrives  6/15/89 p.H-3

J.T.'S GENERAL STORE
    J.T.'s has new owner  9/7/89 p.98

JACKSON, HEIDI
    Cotton-Tails  6/1/89 p.98

JAMES, ED
    Family business thrives  6/15/89 p.H-3

JAMES, KEN
    Family business thrives  6/15/89 p.H-3

JANDRIS, THOMAS
    Former resident appointed to Presidential committee (picture)  12/28/89
        p.75

JEWEL FOOD STORES
    Jewel store site enters development fray  6/8/89 p.5
    Future is topic  7/13/89 p.8
    Village, Jewel continue talks on expansion  7/27/89 p.5
    Trustee blasts private meeting with Jewel  12/14/89 p.13

JOHNSON, BARRY
    Every object a story for well-traveled couple  2/16/89 p.31

JOHNSON, CECIL
    Camelot director works his magic in Opera House  11/2/89 p.B-7

JOHNSON, ERNIE
    Pub manager's credits grow as he taps into new career  6/15/89 p.31

JONES INTERCABLE
    Completes buy of Centel Cable  10/12/89 p.30

JONES, JOHN
    President, Motorola Computer, Inc.  1/5/89 p.60

KAPLAN, MARK O.
    Kaplan presents residential plan for Gateway to Barrington property
        10/5/89 p.5
    Kaplan subdivision plan gets good reviews so far  11/23/89 p.14
    Plan commission gives approval to residential plan for Gateway site
        12/21/89 p.17

KELLER, CHRIS
    Animal trainer finds dog days lead to starry nights (pict., cover pict.)
        8/17/89 p.30

KEMPE, JAMES A.
    Age forms no bar to official's pursuit of law degree (pict.)  9/7/89 p.31

KEMPER LAKES GOLF CLUB
    PGA officials hope to avoid traffic backup at Kemper  8/3/89 p.117
    Payne pleasure:  Stewart sloshes to first major win at 71st PGA  8/17/89
        p.135

KENNEDY'S PUB
    Officials may limit liquor licenses after tavern shuts doors abruptly
        10/19/89 p.19
    Officials get liquor license from Kennedy's  10/26/89 p.9

KILDEER, ILL.
    Kildeer moves step closer to approving new center  7/27/89 p.112
    Agreement is near for Lake Zurich, Kildeer  7/27/89 p.113
    Kildeer resident fights against shopping center  8/24/89 p.122
    Shopping center receives approval in Kildeer  9/7/89 p.110

KING PIN LANES
    Remember the heyday of bowling  2/9/89 p.106

KIRK, WILLIAM, REV.
    Minister leaves area church after 19 "wonderful" years (pict.)  6/29/89
        p.15

KITCHEN AND ACCENTS
    Margaret Gigerich, owner  11/2/89 p.110

KLINE, ANGELA
    Kline joins Kline, Dam and Associates as partner  8/31/89 p.97

KLINGENBERG, BILL
    Area mourns passing of town's "historian"  3/30/89 p.13

KOELLING, CATHERINE
    Small business, big risk: financing can be toughest hurdle
        for new entrepreneurs (pict.)  9/21/89 p.105

KOELLING, DAVID
    Small business, big risk: financing can be toughest hurdle
        for new entrepreneurs (pict.)  9/21/89 p.105

KOENIG, DAN
    Toy Connection  8/31/89 p.93

KOSSOW, GARLAND "GARY" C.
    Named Square D director  7/27/89 p.104

KROCH'S AND BRENTANO'S
    Booked for Foundry store  11/23/89 p.96

KUECHMANN, CRISTINA
    Playing piano is noteworthy experience for musician  7/27/89 p.22

KYKTA, MYRON
    Hawthorne Woods man arrested in connection with cocaine case  5/25/89
        p.122
    Area resident convicted on cocaine selling charge  9/14/89 p.127
    Man sentenced in cocaine case  10/5/89 p.115

LAGESCHULTE, V.H. (HANK)
    V.H. (Hank) Lageschulte dies at 87; builder of many Barrington homes
        (picture)  12/14/89 p.43

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Open space poll plan sparks hot debate  2/23/89 p.8
    Ryan to resign from board  3/16/89 p.14
    Eye open space tract for village hall  4/6/89 p.25
    Yes to township condemnation  4/13/89 p.24
    Industrial park explosion in LB  4/20/89 p.9
    Election write-ins  4/20/89 p.14
    Subdivision proposed for LB nature preserve  6/22/89 p.20
    Developer seeks annexation in LB  7/13/89 p.15
    Land tract targeted for open space  7/20/89 p.18
    LB trustee asked to resign by Smith because of home  7/27/89 p.13
    Concerns voiced about open space in Lake Barrington  7/27/89 p.18
    LB board at standstill over residency debate  8/3/89 p.8
    Lake Barrington to work on open space agreement  8/10/89 p.8
    Ryan resigns as trustee on LB board  8/10/89 p.14
    Misunderstanding results in crowd at LB meeting  8/10/89 p.16
    Suit by neighbor puts townhome plan on hold  8/10/89 p.19
    Fire destroys historic house in Lake Barrington  8/24/89 p.17
    LB board appoints trustee to fill vacancy  9/7/89 p.9
    LB sets two meetings on forest preserve purchase plans  9/14/89 p.16
    NB, LB lose suit against building of townhomes  9/14/89 p.27
    Open space agreement options discussed at LB meeting  9/21/89 p.5
    LB opens door for county forest preserve  10/5/89 p.5
    LB, forest preserve disagree on land acquisition pact  11/9/89 p.8
    Forest preserve makes negotiating overture to LB  11/16/89 p.5
    LB recycling program to start next spring  11/16/89 p.17
    Sparks fly over letter on LB., forest preserve pact  11/30/89 p.20
    Trustees blasts critics over pact with forest board  12/7/89 p.12
    LB residents quiz village officials on trash pickup, recycling service
        12/7/89 p.24
    Lake County committee approves LB preserve pact  12/14/89 p.5
    LB solves problem of dead deer  12/14/89 p.38
    Approves plan with county on open space  12/21/89 p.14

LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT
    Forest board looks back, and ahead, at land policy  7/27/89 p.108
    LB to work on open space agreement  8/10/89 p.8
    Lake County Forest Preserve board set for $80 million bond vote  8/17/89
        p.30
    Forest board struggles with cost for museum storage  8/17/89 p.122
    Forest board to vote on land buys  8/17/89 p.124
    Forest board will spend $74 million for land  8/24/89 p.29
    County forest board to weigh land buys  9/7/89 p.113
    Resident says value too high on forest buy  9/7/89 p.114
    LB sets two meetings on forest preserve purchase plans  9/14/89 p.16
    Forest preserve takes pass on pricey property  9/14/89 p.129
    Forest preserve designates land for purchase  9/14/89 p.128
    LB opens door for county forest preserve  10/5/89 p.5
    Forest board may install fence to control deer  10/5/89 p.123
    Forest board to consider 700 more acres for purchase  10/12/89 p.121
    Derails plan to expand museum  10/12/89 p.123
    Lake County Forest Preserve board to consider more buys, agreement
        10/19/89 p.28
    Forest Preserve board signs pact with NB  10/26/89 p.16
    Forest Preserve board approves buy of river front land  10/26/89 p.16
    LB, forest preserve disagree on land acquisition pact  11/9/89 p.8
    Forest preserve makes negotiating overture to LB  11/16/89 p.5
    To negotiate Wauconda area purchase  11/23/89 p.122
    Agrees to condemnation of 2 acres  11/23/89 p.124
    Board members argue whether district has enough funds for land  11/23/89
        p.127
    Sparks fly over letter on LB, forest preserve pact  11/30/89 p.20
    LB trustee blasts critics over pact with forest board  12/7/89 p.12
    County officials concur with need for new lake dam  12/7/89 p.34
    LB approves plan with county on open space  12/21/89 p.14

LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Lake County committee seeks $60,000 open space study  7/27/89 p.114
    Citizens will have to wait to give views on county rule  7/27/89 p.109
    Author chronicles ebb and flow of Lake County history  8/3/89 p.115
    Voters to make the call on 911 for Lake County  9/7/89 p.29
    Enhanced 911 phone service wins by big margin in Lake County  11/9/89
        p.18
    Challengers lining up for county District 6 seat  11/9/89 p.21
    Seeks sites for sludge disposal  11/16/89 p.118
    Only 19% of Lake County voted on Nov. 7  11/16/89 p.26
    Board set to vote next week on proposed 1990 budget  11/16/89 p.124
    Considers impact fees for libraries  11/16/89 p.129
    Lake County considers higher impact fees for schools  12/7/89 p.157
    Delay in traffic impact fee collection to cost millions  12/7/89 p.158
    LC committee approves LB preserve pact  12/14/89 p.5

LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM
    County receives two grants to aid museum operation  8/10/89 p.110

LAKE COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
    Committee mulls whether to pay farmers to reject development  8/17/89
        p.29

LAKE FOREST JEWELERS
    Ernst and Peggy Fredendall, owners  10/12/89 p.97

LAKE VIEW (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Kaplan presents residential plan for Gateway to Barrington property
        10/5/89 p.5
    Kaplan subdivision plan gets good reviews so far  11/23/89 p.14
    Plan commission gives approval to residential plan for Gateway site
        12/21/89 p.17

LAKE ZURICH, ILL.
    No welcome mat out for LZ hotel proposal  3/2/89 p.17
    Fire official says plan for station not political  3/2/89 p.9
    LZ officials examine hotel annex proposal  3/9/89 p.25
    Agreement is near for Lake Zurich, Kildeer  7/27/89 p.113
    Lake Zurich supports county sewage contract  7/27/89 p.117
    LZ fire district considers hike in response fees  8/24/89 p.118
    New lawsuit hits LZ over sewage hookup prohibition  8/24/89 p.126
    Builder's ad continues controversy in LZ  8/24/89 p.127
    Fire district considering several sites for expansion  8/31/89 p.29
    Rural fire district seeks to hire its own inspector  9/7/89 p.28
    LZ park board continues work on new plans  9/14/89 p.136

LAKEWOOD FOREST PRESERVE
    17.6 acres near Old Rand Road purchased  4/27/89 p.25

LANCILOTI LOUIS
    Actor test his mettle on the stage  8/10/89 p.B-1

LAND USE
    Fire station proposed for Nike missile site  2/23/89 p.5
    Access question for office complex for Northwest Highway  3/2/89 p.17
    No welcome mat out for LZ hotel proposal  3/2/89 p.17
    LZ officials examine hotel annex proposal  3/9/89 p.25
    Barrington seeks new hearing on Hillside Avenue development  3/16/89 p.13
    Retail, office park, Cook and Lake Street 6/1/89 p.29
    Subdivision proposed for LB nature preserve  6/22/89 p.20
    Developer seeks annexation in LB  7/13/89 p.15
    Forest board looks back, and ahead, at land policy  7/27/89 p.108
    County forest board to weigh land buys  9/7/89 p.113
    Resident says value too high on forest buy 917189 p.114
    Bull market for real estate slowing some, officials say  9/7/89 p.5

LANGENDORF PARK
    Building razed  5/4/89 p.14

LANNON, ALLAN L.R.
    President, Society of Appraisers  7/19/89 p.H-16

LARUE, LAVERE
    LaRue continues in her second term in the leadership of Woman's Club
        (pict.)  9/14/89 p.35

LAUER, KATHY
    Mini majorette  6/15/89 p.25

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
    The League at 50  4/27/89 p.20
    League of Women Voters seeks changes in trash plan  7/27/89 p.110

LEE, CATHERINE M.
    Lee seeks re-election  6/15/89 p.8
    Lee seeking second term to keep "high standards"  10/19/89 p.14

LIPOFSKY, MARVIN
    Sculptures  5/25/89 p.14

LIPOFSKY'S
    Landmark department store is burned into memory (pictures)  12/21/89 p.5

LIQUOR LAWS
    Officials may limit liquor licenses after tavern shuts doors abruptly
        10/19/89 p.19
    Officials get liquor license from Kennedy's  10/26/89 p.9
    Residents protest granting of liquor license to Bockwinkel's grocery
        11/16/89 p.16
    Liquor license decision awaits legal clarification  12/14/89 p.18

LISINSKI, JIM
    Park-N-Shop  6/1/89 p.98

LOGUE, MAUREEN
    Patty Cake  5/25/89 p.94

LOHMAN, GORDON R.
    President, Amsted  1/5/89 p.56

LOMBARDO, VINCE
    No matter how you say it, head of foreign languages an award-winner
        (pict.)  10/12/89 p.16

LOUGHRIDGE, EDWARD K.
    Appointed VP of Zurich Insurance Co.  12/21/89 p.102

LOVELL, JAMES
    Ex-astronaut takes down-to-earth business approach  11/9/89 p.95

MACK, BILL
    Sculptor Mack's artwork is a relief (pict.)  9/21/89 p.B-1

MACKINAC YACHT RACE
    Mackinac yacht race  7/20/89 p.140

MANCUSO INTERNATIONAL MOTORS, INC.
    Mancuso to specialize in European automobiles  9/7/89 p.98

MANN, RUSSELL C.
    First Federal's Mann retires as man in charge  2/2/89 p.93

MARKIEWICZ, JOHN L.
    Murder suspect charged in second killing  5/11/89 p.130

MARTIN JARRETT INVESTMENT COMPANY
    Golf champ [Ben Crenshaw] to link up with BH?  2/16/89 p.19

MAY, JIM
    May plays host as Illinois Storytelling fest returns  7/27/89 p.B-1

MAYLAND, KAY GEARY
    Accountability a key issue for school board candidate (picture)  9/21/89
        p.20

MAYOH, RICHARD A.
    President, Contempo Designs, Inc.  1/19/89 p.86

MAXWELL, KEVIN J.
    Named VP of Prudential Mortgage Capital Co., Inc.  12/7/89 p.128

MCGEE, GLENN "MAX"
    School chief is crazy about challenge of triathlon  8/3/89 p.31

MCGRAW, WALTER
    Open space purchase plan  4/27/89 p.5

MCGRUFF HOUSE
    Shelter for local kids  7/6/89 p.28    

MEASLES
    Measles spreads to local suburbs, precautions urged  8/10/89 p.17

MELLIN, WARREN
    Continues as head of BAAC  6/15/89 p.37

MELISSA MICHAELS
    Melissa Michaels expands to meet dressing needs  11/16/89 p.106

MICHAEL B. DAVIDSON DYCAST, INC.
    Michael B. Davidson Dycast, Inc.; Michael B. Davidson, president  1/19/89
        p.86

MICHIELS, CATHERINE
    Decorating Connections  1/19/89 p.84

MIDLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    SB complex  5/18/89 p.24

MILLER, DEBBIE
    Area resident nominated for education post  9/7/89 p.111

MILLER, DOUG
    Dairy Market  10/5/89 p.93

MILLER, JAMES C.
    Chairman, The Allendale Association  11/9/89 p.104

MOATS, LAWRENCE
    Harper trustee irked over "excess" budget surpluses  8/10/89 p.18

MOORINGS ON FOX RIVER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Open space advocates hit proposed development  8/10/89 p.8
    Residents vow to challenge Fox River countryside annex  8/17/89 p.13

MOTOR WERKS OF BARRINGTON
    Adds franchises  6/1/89 p.8

MOUNTSIER, STEVENSON
    Community involvement key for school candidate (pict.)  10/5/89 p.8

MUELLER, THOMAS W.
    Local resident receives Topper Club honors  7/27/89 p.102

MULLERY, VIRGINIA
    Author chronicles ebb and flow of Lake County history  8/3/89 p.115

MUENCH, JEANETTE
    Muench 2nd presidential term  6/15/89 p.37

MURA, CATHERINE CARTLAND
    It took businesswoman one step at a time to "get it all"  9/14/89 p.116

MURPHY, ROBERT P.
    Appointed assistant SBA regional administrator  7/27/89 p.102

NADIG, GERALD G.
    LB board appoints trustee to fill vacancy  9/7/89 p.9

NAMESAKE, INC.
    Moves  10/12/89 p.98

NATKIN, PAUL
    Shooting stars: Natkin keeps his profession in focus  9/14/89 p.B-1

NELSON, DAVID F.
    Leaves office  4/27/89 p.8

NEWELL, SARA
    Breakfast Rotary installs Newell  7/27/89 p.33

NIKE (MISSILE SITE)
    Fire station proposed for Nike missile site  2/23/89 p.5
    Nike site up for sale; 2 developers show interest  8/10/89 p.22
    DP interested in buying former Nike site  8/24/89 p.14
    Nike missile site price too high, official says  8/31/89 p.17

NINETY-NINES, THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN PILOTS
    Local members of Ninety-Nines give program  2/23/89 p.40

NOLAN, BRENDA
    International Creative Group  2/23/89 p.31

NORGE
    Eagle sighting thrills 'em at Norge  1/19/89 p.30

NORTH BARRINGTON AREA ASSOCIATION
    Open space advocates hit proposed development  8/10/89 p.8
    Homeowners' group wants parkway for Route 53  8/17/89 p.18

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Facility for guests [Wynstone] raises questions in NB  3/9/89 p.7
    Suit by neighbors puts townhome plan on hold  8/10/89 p.19
    NB, LB lose suit against building of townhomes  9/14/89 p.27
    Forest preserve board signs pact with NB  10/26/89 p.16
    Mud wall at Rts. 59,22 a berm of contention  11/16/89 p.18
    Developer, NB officials surmount berm controversy  11/30/89 p.14

NORTHERN STATES TRUST COMPANY
    Thomas F. Haider, president  4/16/89 p.98

OCTAGON HOUSE
    Historic landmark on auction block  11/23/89 p.19
    Awaits final bid as auction heightens financial action  12/28/89 p.15

OLDE VILLAGE PEDDLER
    Patti Purmann, owner  11/2/89 p.110

OPEN SPACES
    Open space the political priority for area  1/12/89 p.14
    Cuba open space plan hearing draws crowd  1/19/89 p.5
    Cuba Township gives initial nod to open space acquisition plan  1/26/89
        p.19
    Open space plans include additional Cook County sites  2/2/89 p.8
    Forest preserve moves on open space in area  2/9/89 p.5
    New state laws needed on open space buys  2/16/89 p.27
    Open space poll plan sparks hot debate  2/23/89 p.8
    Open space plan  3/16/89 p.21
    S6 faces question  3/30/89 p.9
    Open space debate  3/23/89 p.15
    Elections  3/30/89 p.23
    Eye open space tract for village hall  4/16/89 p.25
    Open space purchase plan  4/27/89 p.5
    Forest preserve board moves to purchase open space  4/27/89 p.5
    Local reaction mixed  4/27/89 p.9
    Future of open land issue clouded by finances, timing  5/4/89 p.20
    BACOG delays plan for purchase 6/1/89 p.15
    Land tract targeted for open space  7/20/89 p.18
    Concerns voiced about open space in Lake Barrington  7/27/89 p.18
    Lake County committee seeks $60,000 open space study  7/27/89 p.114
    Open space advocates hit proposed development  8/10/89 p.8
    LB to work on open space agreement  8/10/89 p.8
    Residents vow to challenge Fox River countryside annex  8/17/89 p.13
    LB sets two meetings on forest preserve purchase plans  9/14/89 p.16
    Open space agreement options discussed at LB meetings  9/21/89 p.5
    LB opens door for county forest preserve  10/5/89 p.5
    Voters in Cuba Twp. face open space question  11/2/89 p.8
    Voters close off option of Cuba open space plan  11/9/89 p.8
    LB, forest preserve disagree on land acquisition pact  11/9/89 p.8
    Libertyville remains as only open space district 11/16/89 p.122
    LB approves plan with county on open space  12/21/89 p.14

OSBURN, LEA ANN
    BHS's Osburn is top Latin teacher  10/19/89 p.23

OVERSTREET-MILLER, PATTIE
    Barrington resident earns title [Chartered Life Underwriter]  8/31/89
        p.102

PALMER, DONALD
    Mountain climbing gives local man a natural high  10/5/89 p.26

PALMER, HUGH H.
    President, First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Barrington
        1/26/89 p.76

PAPAJICK, JEFFREY E.
    Firm announces new manager  8/31/89 p.102

PARAMEDICS
    Services  3/9/89 p.14

PARKWAY DRUGS
    Jerry Bennett, manager  8/24/89 p.97

PASQUESI HOME AND FARM SUPPLIES
    Pasquesi Home and Farm Supplies  3/9/89 p.B-32
    Hardware stores undergoing evolution  6/15/89 p.H-2

PATRIOT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
    State seeks to close down  1/26/89 p.13
    State officials petitioning for firm's liquidation  5/11/89 p.20

PATTY CAKE
    Patty Cake; Maureen Logue, owner  5/25/89 p.94

PARK-N-SHOP
    Park-N-Shop; Jim Lisinski, owner  6/1/89 p.98

PAULSON, AMANDA
    Middle School graduate conquers Latin  6/15/89 p.21

PAYTON, WALTER
    Sued in shooting mishap  4/13/89 p.16

PEICH, DYAN
    3 Chefs Catering and Carry-Out Service  5/11/89 p.31

PERSONETTE, GARY E.
    Chairman, Central States District for the Securities Industry Association
        5/4/89 p.97

PETERSON, WILLIAM E.
    Honored by Countryside Assn.  11/16/89 p.30

PHILLIPS, DAWN
    Treasured Twice  9/21/89 p.108

PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Photographer [Dan White] wheels his way across the country for charity
        8/17/89 p.136
    Shooting stars: Natkin keeps his profession in focus  9/14/89 p.B-1

PIONEER PRESS
    Pioneer sale to Sun-Times inked; company launching new papers  1/26/89
        p.89
    Pioneer starts new papers in three area towns  8/31/89 p.13
    Pioneer names new publisher for Northwest papers  11/2/89 p.13

PIPER, ELLEN
    Barrington Word Processing  8/3/89 p.90

PLAGENTINI, RAYMOND
    BACLD award  5/24/89 p.33

POLICE
    SB police chief to retire  3/9/89 p.18
    Cops investigate, uncover incident at station  3/30/89 p.21
    False alarms  4/6/89 p.27
    BH police win lottery (cover pict.)  6/1/89 p.5
    Lotto cop  6/8/89 p.26
    Pension board to appeal mortgage program ruling  8/31/89 p.9

POSCH, SALLY
    Barrington Newcomers Club elects Sally Posch president for new year
         (pict.)  10/5/89 p.37

POTTER, VERONICA
    Tower Lakes grandmother competes in Illinois Senior Citizens Pageant
        9/28/89 p.110

POWER SPEAKING CONSULTANTS
    Pat Smith-Pierce  2/9/89 p.45

PURMANN, PATTI
    Olde village Peddler  11/2/89 p.110

RABUSKA, ROBERT W.
    Barrington man sentenced for tax evasion  1/26/89 p.16

RAND ROAD BOOK STORE
    Fire guts Rand Road adult bookstore  11/16/89 p.21

RATCLIFF, TOM
    Career as Claus brings fond, funny memories (picture)  12/7/89 p.43

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT
    Deer Park's growth raises host of new developments  7/27/89 p.14
    Local developers see varying effects of Sears relocation  7/27/89 p.91
    Kildeer moves step closer to approving new center  7/27/89 p.112

RECON OPTICAL, INC.
    Recon Optical division awarded window contract  8/3/89 p.96
    Philip J. Haggery appointed director  9/28/89 p.106

RECYCLING (WASTES, ETC.)
    Plastics recycling gets shaky start as officials search for regular
        vendor 8.1/31/89 p.8
    Recycling steamrolling into countryside villages  10/5/89 p.20
    Wave of recycling could cut profits, change markets  10/12/89 p.108
    LB recycling programs to start next spring  11/16/89 p.17
    Lb residents quiz village officials on trash pickup, recycling service
        12/7/89 p.24

REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL
    Day to collect, dispose hazardous waste considered  7/27/89 p.8
    League of Women Voters seeks changes in trash plan  7/27/89 p.110
    Lake Zurich supports county sewage contract  7/27/89 p.117
    Local medical facilities face question of waste disposal  8/24/89 p.24
    Lake County trash disposal plan near acceptance  9/28/89 p.118
    Officials delay decision on 5.9% garbage fee hike  10/26/89 p.8
    Trash plan out of county hands for now  12/7/89 p.153
    LB residents quiz village officials on trash pickup, recycling service
        12/7/89 p.24

REUSS AND SONS
    Burglars "shop" twice at Foundry sports store  7/27/89 p.30
    Reuss and Sons; Greg Reuss, owner  8/24/89 p.97

REUSS, GREG
    Reuss and Sons, Greg Reuss, owner  8/24/89 p.97

ROADS
    Expansion of Route 53 part of larger plan  1/19/89 p.21
    Public opinion may not sway Route 53 vote  2/2/89 p.96
    BH wins round in fight over closure of road  2/23/89 p.17
    State planning to buy property for Route 53  2/23/89 p.98
    Access question for office complex for Northwest Highway  3/2/89 p.17
    No money for Route 53 project but work begins  3/2/89 p.97
    Opponents do battle over Illinois 53 extension  3/9/89 p.105
    Officials want to stop proposed traffic light  3/16/89 p.9
    Route 53 extension  3/16/89 p.23
    Plans for Illinois Route 53 win NIPC approval  3/23/89 p.105
    Bypass study approved  3/23/89 p.106
    Route 53  4/20/89 p.125
    Route 53 foes ready to battle over wetlands  4/27/89 p.111
    Spring Creek Road  5/11/89 p.21
    Lake-Cook Road  5/25/89 p.20
    Route 53 controversial  6/1/89 p.16
    Bypass battle  6/22/89 p.15
    Illinois 53 planning council to talk about expansion  6/22/89 p.109
    Lake County control sought to limit truck traffic  7/6/89 p.8
    Gas tax increase may move up Ill. Route 53 timetable  7/27/89 p.118
    Four issues on agenda of Ill. 53 planning council  8/10/89 p.116
    Township seeks agreement on BH road closures  8/17/89 p.17
    Homeowners' group wants parkway for Route 53  8/17/89 p.18
    Plan would save homes from Route 53 extension  8/24/89 p.124
    Support sought for alternative plan for Route 53  9/14/89 p.22
    Lake-Cook Road entrance to Route 53 is now open  9/14/89 p.134
    Area officials skeptical of Rte. 53 parkway proposal  9/28/89 p.14
    Group hopes truck facts will alter Rt. 53 plan  10/26/89 p.15
    Future meeting about expressway will include suburban representatives
        10/26/89 p.128
    Freeway plan for Fox Valley dusted off after 2 decades (map)  11/2/89 p.9
    Pols say Rt. 53 accord will be long in coming  11/9/89 p.116

ROESER, THOMAS
    Schools' critic seeks to join board he challenges  8/24/89 p.5

ROESKE, PAULETTE
    Whetstone literary magazine scores  7/27/89 p.38

RON BEESE PARK
    ETTA pushing parks to firm up Beese Park plan  8/3/89 p.5
    First talks on Beese Park plan stalled by objection  8/10/89 p.5
    Park board to seek grant for developing Beese Park  8/17/89 p.8
    Board rebuffs residents on new park referendum  8/24/89 p.8
    Board approves park plans, rejects referendum call  8/31/89 p.5
    Park board changes Beese plans after Barrington raises objections
        9/21/89 p.16
    Park board seeks donations for Beese Park  10/12/89 p.17
    State conservation officials to visit Beese Park for grant review
        11/2/89 p.26
    Drainage concerns prompt officials to seek Beese Park design change
        11/16/89 p.14
    Schools, parks agree to cooperative land venture  12/14/89 p.8

ROSE PACKING COMPANY
    Family business a meaty story after 65 years  2/2/89 p.31

RYAN, DEBORAH
    Ryan to resign from board  3/16/89 p.14
    LB trustee asked to resign by Smith because of home  7/27/89 p.13
    LB board at standstill over residency debate  8/3/89 p.8
    Ryan resigns as trustee on LB board  8/10/89 p.14

ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
    Rev. Dillion to retire as pastor of St. Anne's  8/10/89 p.25
    St. Anne's new pastor sends message of faith (pict.)  9/14/89 p.25

ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL
    Gifted teacher  5/18/89 p.31

SALON OF BARRINGTON
    Salon of Barrington  8/24/89 p.97

SANDY POINT BEACH (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Suit by neighbors puts townhome plan on hold  8/10/89 p.19
    NB, LB lose suit against building of townhomes  9/14/89 p.27

SANITARY LANDFILLS
    Trash dump plan may get final nod tonight  8/10/89 p.111
    Balefill plan altered, but opponents won't waver  9/21/89 p.130
    Balefill supported  10/19/89 p.25
    5,000 acres may be needed for sludge disposal  11/23/89 p.121
    Approved by EPA, balefill faces court fight from towns  11/23/89 p.125
    Closed SB landfill may be reopened as composting site  12/7/89 p.9

SCARBOROUGH, JAMES
    Developer pleads guilty to fraud  11/2/89 p.28

SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY
    Local officials to meet with Sears  6/29/89 p.5
    IDOT, Hoffman Estates sought for talks on Sears  7/6/89 p.5
    Corporate growth will aid job seekers  7/13/89 p.5
    BACOG, Sears set stage for meeting  7/27/89 p.5
    Local developers see varying effects of Sears relocation  7/27/89 p.91
    New commuter line?  8/31/89 p.17
    Hoffman Estates plans talks about Sears move  9/14/89 p.9
    Sale of Sears Tower would not alter moving plans  9/21/89 p.129
    Sears executive says retailer will aid business  9/28/89 p.30
    Sears considers ways to improve area transportation  10/12/89 p.26
    Chances in the card: Sears move leaves questions for suburban businesses
        10/12/89 p.93
    Contract near for consultant on Sears traffic  12/7/89 p.136

SEMLA, DON
    Wins sales award  10/12/89 p.98

SHEA, BRIAN K.
    Two injured in three-car crash  12/28/89 p.13

SHEEHAN, JAMES P.
    Plans rejected, but developer heads for board  12/7/89 p.16

SHERMAN, ROBERT
    Atheist poised to attack village board over prayer  9/14/89 p.8
    Barrington officials modify board prayer  9/28/89 p.5
    Atheist renews request to cease board's prayer  10/12/89 p.9
    Atheist gives park pause; display to use Santa Claus  11/16/89 p.14
    Forsberg, atheist tangle on traffic ticket  12/14/89 p.9

SHOPPING CENTERS
    Shopping center plan [Barrington]  5/25/89 p.5
    Plan to end talks on hub project may be in vain  6/8/89 p.5
    Kildeer residents fight against shopping center  8/24/89 p.122
    Shopping center nearing approval in Kildeer  9/7/89 p.110
    Impact of proposed mall still debated among officials  10/12/89 p.127
    Hub shopping center proposal may be dead on arrival  10/26/89 p.5
    Hub development thuds to defeat, but voters like Jewel  11/9/89 p.5
    Hub proposal officially buried as residents cheer  11/16/89  p.5

SIEGLE'S HOME AND BUILDING CENTER
    OSHA will investigate death at building center store  5/4/89 p.5

SILVER BASKET
    Laura Healey, owner  11/2/819 p.110

SIMMS, CLIFFORD M.
    Named partner in Andersen Consulting  11/2/89 p.116

SIPPLE, CHARLES
    President, Glenmore International  6/22/89 p.91

SIPPLE, ELLIE
    Leads Welcome Wagon (pict.)  9/21/89 p.38

SMITH, NANCY K.
    Ryan to resign from board  3/16/89 p.14
    LB trustee asked to resign by Smith because of home  7/27/89 p.13
    LB board at standstill over residency debate  8/3/89 p.8
    Ryan resigns as trustee on LB board  8/10/89 p.14

SMITH, PAULINE H.
    Applebee House dedicated to Pauline H. Smith  5/18/89 p.32

SMITH-PIERCE, PAT
    Vocal habits impression: Power Speaking Consultants  2/9/89 p.45

SNOW, JOHN T.
    Memories in miniature  2/2/89 p.26

SOCHINSKI, ANN
    Candidate withdraws from race  2/16/89 p.5

SOCIETY'S CHILD
    Store sells to the hearts of collectors, doll lovers  8/10/89 p.93

SOMETHING SPECIAL
    Ardith Gulbransen, owner  2/23/89 p.83

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Police chief to retire  3/9/89 p.18
    SB faces open space question  3/30/89 p.9
    SB park board approves $140,000 project  5/18/89 p.8
    Midlands (real estate development)  5/18/89 p.24
    9% increase in budget  6/29/89 p.16
    Cable company wants to install tower near SB  8/24/89 p.13
    Harris Bank proposes branch in SB  9/21/89 p.23
    Village makes pans to fete founders for 30th birthday party next year
        10/19/89 p.24
    E911 referendum proposed  10/19/89 p.25
    SB officials approve lease for new Harris Bank  11/23/89 p.21

SPINELL, RICHARD E.
    Joins Tanguay-Burke-Stratton  8/3/89 p.89

SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
    Area singing group offers some spiritual renditions  9/21/89 p.27

STEWART, JOHN
    President, ILT Company, Inc.  2/9/89 p.88

STIERNBERG, EDWARD
    Wauconda Bog  5/4/89 p.129

SULTENFUSS, JOHN H. III
    Car crash kills teen  9/7/89 p.20

SUNDANCE
    Sundance's appeal fits the needs of men and women  9/28/89 p.100

SUNDERLAGE, MARVIN W.
    Sunderlages reach golden milestone with family, celebration  9/28/89 p.48

SUNDERLAGE, TONNE
    Sunderlages reach golden milestone with family celebration  9/28/89 p.48

TALKLINE/KIDS LINE, INC.
    Phone help lines for kids, teens begin distributing info in schools
        10/12/89 p.52

TAX ACCOUNTABILITY AMENDMENT COMMITTEE
    "Angry" taxpayer group seeks to put clamps on legislators  11/16/89 p.120

TAX INCREMENTAL FINANCING (TIF)
    New commuter line?  8/31/89 p.17

TAXATION
    Assessing our taxes (special section)  9/14/89 p.14
    Property tax showdown max come next week  10/26/89 p.24

TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.
    5% decrease proposed for 1989 tax levy 11/16/89 p.9
    Board panel rejects reduction in village tax levy  11/23/89 p.5
    Officials agree on no decrease in 1989 tax levy  11/30/89 p.5
    School board to decide on increase of 18.5% on property tax levy
        11/30/89 p.8

TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Township of Barrington tax rates  7/6/89 p.5

TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Cook County delinquent tax list  12/7/89 p.138

TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Cuba Township assessment roll for 1989  9/14/89 p.D-1
    Tax rolls  11/16/89 p.134

TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Ela Township proposes 38 percent tax levy hike  7/27/89 p.117

TAXATION--LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Misunderstanding results in crowd at LB meeting  8/10/89 p.16
    1989 tax levy increase to fund village trash pick-up and recycling
        11/30/89 p.20

TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Bills, rates  4/20/89 p.8
    Committee mulls whether to pay farmers to reject development  8/17/89
        p.29

TEACHERS
    Teacher's pay reflects experienced, educated work force  11/30/89 p.12

TECHNICAL PUBLISHING
    Technical Publishing site to be auctioned next month  9/28/89 p.20

TEN PIN BOWL
    Owners close, health club, bar spared  3/2/89 p.16

THOES, R. DONALD
    Thoes, quits post  5/25/89 p.15
    Resignation by Thoes touches off guessing game  8/3/89 p.23

THORNE, HENRY C.
    Named fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers  9/28/89
        p.98

3 CHEFS CATERING AND CARRY-OUT SERVICE
    Dyan Peich, owner  5/11/89 p.31

TODD, RICHARD
    Shipwrecked! Scuba diver describes his harrowing adventure at sea
        7/27/89 p.31

TOWER LAKES, ILL.
    TL studies recommendations for lake improvement  8/24/89 p.15
    Financial report  10/19/89 p.127
    TL officials say IEPA too slow with test results  11/9/89 p.20
    New village clerk assumes office  11/23/89 p.16

TOY CONNECTION
    Toy Connection moves to larger Foundry facilities  8/31/89 p.93

TRAFFIC FLOW
    PGA officials hope to avoid traffic backups at Kemper  8/3/89 p.117
    Traffic jams commuters, governmental effectiveness  10/5/89 p.14

TREASURED TWICE BOUTIQUE
    Dawn Phillip, owner  9/21/89 p.108

TUROW, SCOTT
    Lawyer travels long road to best-seller list (pict.)  9/21/89 p.51

UNGER, ROY
    Industry veteran Unger to retire from Serta (pict.)  9/7/89 p.98

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Old postal facility can't keep up with the mail  2/9/89 p.46    

VALTOS, WILLIAM M.
    Resurrection  1/5/89 p.25

VICTORIAN HOME CARE
    Painted lady  7/20/89 p.H-1

VERTREACE, MARTHA
    Whetstone literary magazine scores  7/27/89 p.38

VOLUNTARISM
    Volunteer firefighting a civic commitment  2/9/89 p.31

VRECHEK, PAUL
    Joins David L. Mahnke and Assoc., Inc.  9/28/89 p.98

WADAS, BELINDA
    New village clerk assumes office in TL  11/23/89 p.16

WALKER, BOB
    Bourbon French Parfum  10/26/89 p.111

WALKER, LESLIE ANN
    Bourbon French Parfum  10/26/89 p.111

WALSH, DORIS
    Melissa Michaels expands to meet dressing needs  11/16/89 p.106

WATER SUPPLY
    School board, parks to solve water system cost  7/20/89 p.21
    Liquid gold [series of articles]  9/21/89 p.14
    TL officials say IEPA too slow with test results  11/9/89 p.20

WATT, FRANK
    Watt receives award  9/7/89 p.98

WAUCONDA BOG
    Edward Stiernberg  5/4/89 p.129

WEATHER
    Barrington area battered by heavy rain, lightning  6/24/89 p.9

WEB PRINTING CONTROLS CO., INC.
    Good Shepherd receives community service award  8/31/89 p.97

WELCOME WAGON CLUB OF BARRINGTON
    Ellie Sipple leads Welcome Wagon (pict.)  9/21/89 p.38

WELLINGTON, ROBERT H.
    Chairman, Amsted  1/5/89 p.56

WERKSMAN, ELLEN
    Following own lead  3/9/89 p.B-1

WETLANDS
    Shifting wetlands halt center's development  1/12/89 p.20
    Developer fined $50,000 for destroying wetlands  9/28/89 p.117
    Official questions wetland replacement at store site  10/5/89 p.114
    Health agency challenged on wetlands plan  10/19/89 p.136
    Savanna restoration campaign enters second phase  11/23/89 p.22

WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)
    Whetstone literary magazine scores  7/27/89 p.38
    Names winners of fiction, poetry prizes  12/28/89 p.103

WHITE, DAN
    Photographer wheels his way across the country for charity  8/17/89 p.136

WIGHAM, MARK
    Grand Jury indicts teens in shotgun slaying  1/5/89 p.9
    Teens plead not guilty in shotgun slaying  1/19/89 p.9
    Trial delayed for teens accused in dad's shooting  2/16/89 p.9
    Expected to plead guilty  6/8/89 p.8
    Teen expected to plead guilty to murder charge  6/15/89 p.18
    Enters guilty plea  6/22/89 p.15
    Probation for second teen in murder of friend's dad (pict.)  11/30/89 p.8

WILKINSON'S PHARMACY
    One million prescriptions a sign of business health (pict.)  8/24/89 p.20

WILLER, DAVID
    Willer elected SCI president  8/31/89 p.102

WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH
    Willow Creek Church expands to meet growing needs  7/27/89 p.9

WISON, BRUCE A.
    Wilson quits school race, BEA makes endorsements  10/19/89 p.9

WILSON, DAN
    Wilson leans toward pros after sampling Team USA  8/17/89 p.140

WIRSING, HAROLD "HOPPY"
    End of an era: last of local milkmen faces retirement (pict.)  8/31/89
        p.30

WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Facility for guests raises questions in NB  3/9/89 p.17
    Golf course opens  7/6/89 p.27
    Developer surprises officials with Wynstone retail plan  11/30/89 p.14

XCEL LABORATORIES
    Barrington execs buy out division of Walgreens  9/14/89 p.26

YEAR-IN-REVIEW
    A look back at '89  12/28/89 p.5

YLVISAKA, WILLIAM T.
    Elected life trustee of hospital  12/7/89 p.127

ZIDEK, LYNN M.
    Decorating Den  9/14/89 p.112

ZIMMERMAN, AUSTIN
    The Austin Zimmerman Room at the Barrington Area Library  1/12/89 p.17

ZONING
    Zoning board chucks plan for BH polo club  1/19/89 p.15
    Barrington wins Gateway; zoning decision upheld  5/18/89 p.5
    Zoning philosophy still issue for planning panel  9/7/89 p.109
    Officials eye zoning change for office development  11/30/89 p.18

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