ACCIDENTS
    Auto crash kills mother, injures baby  1/7/88 p.12
    Man charged after struggle  1/28/88 p.17
    Propane spill  2/11/88 p.5
    Car crash injures two  3/24/88 p.30
    One teen killed, another injured in car-train crash  3/31/88 p.5
    Second teen dies after car-train crash  4/7/88 p.15
    SB policeman injured on duty  4/21/88 p.24
    Man injured in BH rollover  5/5/88 p.5
    New trial date in fatal crash case  5/12/88 p.13
    Barrington Hills man killed after commuter train strikes car  6/16/88 p.5
    Crash increases attention on speed limits  7/7/88 p.90
    Motorcycle chase  7/28/88 p.8
    Area man dies in BH car crash  7/28/88 p.29
    Collision Rte. 59 & 68 (pict.)  8/11/88 p.8
    Rush hour rollover  8/25/88 p.5
    Double fatality crash involved DUI  9/15/88 p.14
    Tests show driver wasn't DUI  9/22/88 p.8
    Homecoming queen sidelined by car crash  9/29/88 p.5
    Two injured in truck crash on Lake-Cook Rd.  9/29/88 p.5
    Head on crash kills woman  10/13/88 p.25
    Police officer injured  11/10/88 p.15
    Pedestrian killed by C&NW train  11/17/88 p.101
    Two car crash in SB kills woman  11/24/88 p.8

ADAMSON, GERRY
    Cobblestone Furnishings  12/22/88 p.78

AEROQUIP CORP.
    S. Elgin buys firm  1/21/88 p.18

AIDS (DISEASE)
    Aids education topic for video firm  2/4/88 p.82

AIELLO, JOE
    Iceman cometh to sculpteth statues  2/4/88 p.29

AIRPLANES
    Antique the buzz-word for these flight fans  6/30/88 p.30

ALLIANCE OF BARRINGTON COMMUNITIES FOR DRUG EDUCATION
    Makes a difference  11/24/88 p.5

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY
    Add to SB offices  3/17/88 p.21
    Addition  6/16/88 p.23

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN
    Starts contributions to endowment fund  6/23/88 p.18

AMERICAN LEGION POST 158
    O. Louis Vonau, commander Post #158  8/4/88 p.43

AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY
    To close hazardous waste storage facility  4/21/88 p.27

ANDERSON, JAMES S.
    President Welch Scientific, division of Sargent-Welch  8/25/88 p.98

ANDERSON, LAURIE
    Weddings 'n' More  6/16/88 p.85

ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF
    Duck killings reported in office park pond  6/23/88 p.28
    Deer shooting likely in forest preserve  7/7/88 p.25
    Overpopulation [deer]  7/28/88 p.92

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    LB annexes school district land  2/11/88 p.5
    Judge sides with BH in disannexation suit  3/3/88 p.9
    NB officials repeat Grassmere land annex  4/14/88 p.27
    County steps in on court fight over NB annex  5/5/88 p.100
    DP plan panel turns down annexation  6/16/88 p.21
    NB seeks revisions to subdivision annex plan  7/21/88 p.14
    Turn down annex [Deer Park, Ill.]  8/18/88 p.19
    NB annexes property at Rtes. 22, 59  9/1/88 p.17
    Shopping plan drives residents to seek annexation  9/1/88 p.16
    Lose NB annex challenge  10/6/88 p.9
    Appeal ruling on NB annex  11/3/88 p.24

ANNIVERSARIES
    50th anniversary [C. Victor Brown]  6/9/88 p.42
    Village 125th birthday plans  6/23/88 p.5
    Old-timers [Barrington's 125th anniversary] (pict.)  9/1/88 p.7
    125th birthday celebration preparations (pict.)  9/8/88 p.7
    Recollections [Barrington's 125th anniversary]  9/15/88 p.31
    Trivia Quiz [Barrington's 125th anniversary]  9/15/88 p.25
    Weekend is party time for Barrington's 125th  9/15/88 p.12
    Happy 125th, Barrington  9/15/88 p.5
    Henry G. Sass recollects for 125th village celebration  9/15/88 p.31
    Happy 125th, Barrington  9/22/88 p.30
    Gilbert and Camme Lois Peterson  9/29/88 p.47

ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)
    Getting more than just a facelift  12/8/88 p.25

ARMED FORCES
    New army recruit [Shannon Barry] likes what she sees  5/26/88 p.101
    Army tradition holds for five Chesny men (pict.)  6/30/88 p.35

ARMSTRONG, ED
    Photographer catches famous in action  5/26/88 p.103

ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL
    Lines School principal [John Snow] to retire  3/24/88 p.31
    Lines School bids good-bye to head of family  5/19/88 p.31
    New Lines principal: Peter King  6/23/88 p.23
    Peter W. King, principal  9/1/88 p.29

ARTISTS
    Artist [Robert Stewart] glass boxes  9/22/88 p.119
    Barrington native artist [Michael Johnson] gets the big picture  11/10/88 
        p.31
    Deborah Chabrian has painting in NY exhibit  4/7/88 p.33
    Local teen's art promotes peace [Marisa Patino]  9/29/88 p.154

ATTUNES, CYNTHIA
    Therapy  9/15/88 p.103

AUTUMNS OF BARRINGTON
    IEPA approves senior hookup for Autumns  4/23/88 p.17
    Senior complex annex gets tentative approval  8/16/88 p.19

AZNAVOORIAN, ANI
    Sisters share spotlight for musical awards  4/21/88 p.21

AZNAVOORIAN, MARTA
    Sisters share spotlight for musical awards  4/21/88 p.21

BABCOX, ROBERT "MICKEY"
    Dies at home  3/24/88 p.107

BAESEN, DIANE
    Cobblestone Furnishings  12/22/88 p.78

BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE
    Naturalists give boost to Lake's roosts  2/18/88 p.95
    Round Barn  6/23/88 p.31

BANDS (MUSIC)
    Band excellence [Barrington High School]  5/19/88 p.34
    Cary Music Mixers   12/1/88 p.105

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    Award is established in honor of BAAC's first leader [Flo Bash]  9/15/88 p.39

BARRINGTON AREA BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
    Local group caters to working women  2/11/88 p.81

BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    New officers  1/14/88 p.18
    New on board (pict.)  1/28/88 p.24

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
    Inverness pulls out  8/11/88 p.8
    Land Bank  9/1/88 p.5
    Land Bank  12/1/88 p.16

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING
    Senior group director learning way around  7/14/88 p.18

BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
    Fundraiser $73,000  3/3/88 p.16

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Library gets $26,000 grant  1/14/88 p.17
    Annual budget  7/21/88 p.102
    Fine finale (pict.)  8/4/88 p.20
    Hands for tales (pict.)  8/11/88 p.21
    Annual report  9/15/88 p.121
    Area library patrons checking out elsewhere  10/6/88 p.28
    Barrington Area Library to add 72 parking spaces  11/24/88 p.8
    Friends elect officers   12/8/88 p.47

BARRINGTON BLOOMERS
    Garden Club keeps Barrington in bloom  5/12/88 p.29

BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)
    A good year (cover pict.)  6/16/88 p.9
    Title V Broncos romp to another Legion state crown  8/11/88 p.127
    Whatever the route Broncos are champs  8/11/88 p.127

BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND
    Plan to restore rare natural area set for public hearing next week  1/26/88
        p.13

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    Abate taxes for '87  1/21/88 p.25
    Sale of school properties  1/21/88 p.12
    LB turns down school land plan  2/4/88 p.5
    LB annexes school district land  2/11/88 p.5
    Tax referendum  2/18/88 p.8
    Tax hike forces line up for ballot battle  3/3/88 p.5
    Developer caucus at school office draws fire  3/10/88 p.5
    School tax hike tops local election ballot  3/10/88 p.8
    School tax rate increase narrowly defeated  3/17/88 p.5
    Pink slips  3/24/88 p.8
    Referendum loss  3/24/88 p.5
    "Nomad" teachers face uncertainty  4/7/88 p.8
    Numbers still flying on school finance issue  4/7/88 p.8
    School unions fight firings of district staff  4/14/88 p.11
    School revenue growth bigger than expected  4/21/88 p.5
    Hire back staff  4/21/88 p.5
    School revenue picture continues to improve  4/28/88 p.8
    School board appoints former president Mountsur  5/5/88 p.5
    Study new method for revenue forecast  5/5/88 p.17
    Schools hire back more teachers  5/26/88 p.15
    Clark resignation  6/30/88 p.5
    School chief should resign, group says  7/14/88 p.9
    School officials adopt $34 million budget  7/21/88 p.8
    Enrollment  9/15/88 p.17
    Taxpayer group hits salary hikes  9/22/88 p.5
    Administrator to get 5.5% raise  9/29/88 p.15
    $4.5 million deficit  10/20/88 p.9
    Report card  10/20/88 p.8
    2nd Middle School  11/17/88 p.9
    Schools ask more taxes  12/15/88 p.5
    School officials ask 16% more property tax  12/22/88 p.14

BARRINGTON FITNESS CLUB
    Ray and Steve Petersen, owners  5/26/88 p.77

BARRINGTON FLOWER SHOP
    Glen Egeland, owner  8/18/88 p.81

BARRINGTON GUITAR WERKS
    Company pulls strings  10/20/88 p.81

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    State, local educators dismiss "ideal" program  1/17/88 p.14
    BHS retiring secretary [Polly Veath]  2/25/88 p.33
    Course puts students in shoes of artists  2/18/88 p.39
    Band excellence  5/19/88 p.34
    Class of '88  6/2/88 p.30
    High School honors distinguished grad [Claire Bataille]  6/9/88 p.14
    Senior class heads classy baseball team  6/23/88 p.117
    Attendance part of students transcripts  9/8/88 p.8
    Homecoming (cover pict.)  9/28/88 p.31
    More grads going on to college  10/13/88 p.22
    New theater director, John Faust  11/10/88 p.31
    Coach charged with battery  11/10/88 p.8
    Absences  12/8/88 p.8

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    Judge sides with BH in disannexation suit  3/3/88 p.9
    Barrington Hills begins hearings to close roads  7/21/88 p.9
    Road closing  7/28/88 p.5
    Take aim on ban on hunting  8/4/88 p.17
    Spur road closings  8/18/88 p.15
    Close Healy, Spring Creek  8/25/88 p.16
    Closing of 3rd road  9/1/88 p.9
    Algonquin goes to court to keep road open  9/8/88 p.5
    Road closings  9/15/88 p.20
    Fox River Grove waits to see road plan  9/22/88 p.9
    Spring Creek Road to re-open  9/22/88 p.9
    Officials delay road close decision  9/29/88 p.5
    Emergency trip slowed by roadblock  10/6/88 p.8
    Barricade lifted for new traffic study  10/27/88 p.9
    BH sets April vote  12/22/88 p.9

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Repair, redevelopment top list of '88 concerns  1/14/88 p.8
    Officials give curbside recycling green light  1/28/88 p.5
    Trega fired  2/18/88 p.5
    Main street sidewalks  3/17/88 p.15
    Rates for water sewer won't rise next year  3/24/88 p.13
    Plan allows raises of 6.75%  4/7/88 p.9
    Business facing year of uncertainty downtown  4/14/88 p.7
    $12.3 million budget  5/5/88 p.14
    Water project overrun  5/19/88 p.8
    Downtown coalition called for  5/26/88 p.9
    New plan stresses village center, low density  6/2/88 p.5
    Parking  6/2/88 p.9
    Committee to study downtown revitalization  6/9/88 p.5
    Scale of Main St. improvement still at issue  6/16/88 p.5
    New downtown park could be expanded  6/16/88 p.15
    Living legacy planted downtown  6/16/88 p.23
    Village 125th birthday plans  6/23/88 p.5
    Search for manager  6/30/88 p.5
    Adds money for downtown park  7/7/88 p.8
    Officials may require appearance review  7/14/88 p.8
    Taxes  7/28/88 p.5
    Panel eyes restrictions on downtown offices  8/4/88 p.5
    Tax rate  8/4/88 p.8
    Barrington's 125th birthday party  8/18/88 p.18
    Commuter lot may be site of shopping center  8/18/88 p.8
    Annual Treasurer's report  8/18/88 p.112
    Groups unhappy over park donation request  8/18/88 p.5
    Old-timers [Barrington's 125th anniversary] (pict.)  9/1/88 p.7
    125th birthday celebration preparations (pict.)  9/8/88 p.7
    Commuter lot shopping plan  9/15/88 p.5
    Recollections [Barrington's 125th anniversary]  9/15/88 p.31
    Trivia Quiz [Barrington's 125th anniversary]  9/15/88 p.25
    Weekend is party time for Barrington's 125th  9/15/88 p.12
    Happy 125th, Barrington  9/15/88 p.5
    Henry G. Sass recollects for 125th village celebration  9/15/88 p.31
    Happy 125th, Barrington  9/22/88 p.30
    New downtown plan would cost $28.5 million  10/6/88 p.5
    Village manager, F. Edward Glatfelter  10/13/88 p.8
    Bush, Forsberg seek presidency  12/1/88 p.5
    Business facade facelifts  12/1/88 p.22
    Redevelopment: homeowners to battle plan  12/8/88 p.5
    Race for village president  12/8/88 p.28
    Move ahead on redevelopment plan  12/15/88 p.5
    New manager [F. Edward Glatfelter]  12/29/88 p.30

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    Science fiction author [Gene Wolfe] leaves labels to publisher  4/14/88 p.129
    Sollace Hotze  10/27/88 p.17

BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY
    A look back at '88  12/29/88 p.5

BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Study upgrade  1/21/88 p.8
    Expansion  11/10/88 p.8
    Space  12/1/88 p.12

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Defer decisions on moving Carl Ave. housing  2/11/88 p.16
    Residents ask parks to drop mini-golf plans  2/11/88 p.9
    Sells vacant property  2/25/88 p.15
    Park rejects plans for playing fields at new park  3/10/88 p.29
    Revised plans for park get village approval  4/14/88 p.24
    Increase in park spending  4/21/88 p.19
    Park officials want to tear down houses  5/12/88 p.12
    Board votes to demolish two houses  6/16/88 p.16
    Budget  6/16/88 p.16
    Cash receipts and disbursements  8/4/88 p.116
    Official's use of tent raises board flap  8/25/88 p.8
    Wilmering scout cabin  10/13/88 p.15
    Doesn't have cost estimates for golf course plan  10/13/88 p.14
    Barrington park officials agree to improve lake in Columbus Park  10/27/88
        p.16

BARRINGTON PARTY PARADE
    Judy Janney, owner  7/21/88 p.73

BARRINGTON PLAZA
    Barrington Plaza opens  10/6/88 p.93

BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB
    Business on tap at breakfast meetings  1/28/88 p.75

BARRINGTON TENNIS CLUB
    New name, new image for Barrington Club  10/20/88 p.82

BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB
    Diamond Jubilee plans for spring  10/6/88 p.45

BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICE
    Bennett makes BYS a community player  7/14/88 p.14
    New director  7/28/88 p.16
    New executive director  9/1/88 p.18

BARRY, SHANNON
    New Army recruit likes what she sees  5/26/88 p.101

BASH, FLO
    Award is established in honor of BAAC's first leader  9/15/88 p.39

BATAILLE, CLAIRE
    High school honors distinguished grad  6/9/88 p.14
    Not kidding around  8/25/88 p.B45

BAUMAN, NAN
    Olympics special to competitor from 1932  9/8/88 p.31

BEATRICE FOODS
    Land buyer plans office building  1/21/88 p.5

BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD
    Renovating  12/1/88 p.109

BIRTHS, REGISTERED
    Births 1980-87 at Good Shepherd  7/7/88 p.9

BISHOP, WILLIAM
    Swimming gives banker the competitive edge  7/14/88 p.31

BLOMSNESS, JEFFREY A.
    One man's job is another man's carnival  9/29/88 p.150

BOB & BETTY SHOP
    Condemnation settlement is too low: owner  4/28/88 p.16

BOKOR, RICHARD
    Fremd history teacher chosen for Signal Hill DAR award  1/7/88 p.36

BOWEN, BILL
    Simply Great Yogurt, Etc.  7/21/88 p.75

BOWEN, MARY LOU
    Simply Great Yogurt, Etc.  7/21/88 p.75

BRAN NUTS
    Opens at Barrington Plaza  10/6/88 p.93

BRANDT, RONALD
    Principal gets award from accredit group  3/17/88 p.23

BRONTON, ELSA
    Surprise birthday  1/28/88 p.29

BROOKS, ALLEN
    Kookers  9/29/88 p.125

BROWN, C. VICTOR
    50th anniversary  6/9/88 p.42

BROWN, SJOUKE
    Female hockey referee sticks with the game  2/11/88 p.29

BURHOP'S SEAFOOD
    Opens at Barrington Plaza  10/6/88 p.93

BUSH, ANNA M.
    Bush, Forsberg seek Barrington presidency  12/1/88 p.5

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Towne Shoppe  1/7/88 p.59
    Initial Impressions  1/21/88 p.63
    Sir Speedy Printing Center  1/21/88 p.63
    Redcoats Return; Derek Ives, owner  2/18/88 p.73
    Classic Creations  2/25/88 p.79
    Barrington Pet Supply  2/25/88 p.79
    Interiors On Main  3/10/88 p.85
    Custom Hardwood Interiors; Bruce and Craig Helgeland, owners  4/7/88 p.75
    Ceramics Works  4/7/88 p.75
    Homeworks  4/14/88 p.89
    T. Williams and Sons  4/21/88 p.73
    Knutson Kitchen  4/21/88 p.73
    Wenzel's Jewelers  5/5/88 p.89
    Fabric store [Finn's Fabrics] features art you can wear  5/12/88 p.73
    Cameo Electrolysis; Cheryl Gibisch, owner  5/19/88 p.79
    Stepford Wives; Josh Steiner and Ervin Geisler, owners  5/19/88 p.7
    Barrington Fitness Club; Ray and Steve Petersen, owners  5/26/88 p.77
    Professional Franchise Consultants Inc.; Gerald Shadlen, owner  6/2/88 p.77
    Pak Mail, Gary Morton, owner  6/9/88 p.81
    Wax Works  6/9/88 p.81
    L & W Lamps; Jeff Woodall, owner  6/16/88 p.85
    Weddings 'N More; Laurie Anderson, owner  6/16/88 p.85
    Kearney Executive Search; Charles Sweet, president  6/23/88 p.81
    Interiors by Bruce; Bruce Waterman, owner  6/23/88 p.77
    Cook Street Design Co.; Sharon Erder-Orlex, owner  7/14/88 p.B29
    Barrington Party Parade; Judy Janney, owner  7/21/88 p.73
    Henri Studio; Mario & Dennis Prosperi, owners  7/21/88 p.91
    Simply Great Yogurt, Etc.; Mary Lou and Bill Bovien, owners  7/21/88 p.75
    Tannis; Carla and Tannis McLean, owners  7/28/88 p.75
    Voluptuous Lady; Patricia and Mike Ferrell, owners  7/28/88 p.75
    The Market Place  8/4/88 p.77
    The Market Place  8/11/88 p.87
    Little Caesar's Pizza  8/11/88 p.87
    Barrington Flower Shop; Glen Egeland, owner  8/18/88 p.81
    Lake Forest Sport Shop moves  8/18/88 p.81
    Collectors Frame Service; Kathryn Cardelli, owner  8/25/88 p.95
    Fine Arts Gallery; Susan Larson, owner  8/25/88 p.95
    Computer Showroom; John and Bonnie Scheele, owner 9/1/88 p.73
    Campion Craftsman Builders Inc.; Jim Campion, owner  9/1/88 p.71
    Help U Sell; Barbara & Alan Terrel, owners  9/1/88 p.71
    Tepper Portrait and Corporate Photography; Terri Tepper, owner  9/15/88 p.81
    David W. Banker Inc. & Assoc.; Michael G. Tincher, owner  9/22/88 p.88
    Kookers; Allen Brooks, owner  9/29/88 p.125
    Old State Bank Bar and Grill; Catherine and David Koelling, owners  9/29/88
        p.125
    Schultz Brothers to close facilities in Lake Zurich  9/28/88 p.132
    Studio in the Woods; Tom Hilligoss, owner  10/13/88 p.29
    Big plans for computer business (Intelligent Business Systems]  10/20/88 p.86
    Galerie; Nancy Hardin & Joan Simmons, owners  11/17/88 p.81
    Cobblestone Furnishings; Gerry Adamson and Diane Baesen, owners  12/22/88
        p.71

CABLE TELEVISION
    Proposals multiply in area  8/4/88 p.18

CAMEO ELECTROLYSIS
    Cameo Electrolysis; Cheryl Gibisch, owner  5/19/88 p.79

CAMPION CRAFTSMAN BUILDERS, INC.
    Jim Campion, owner  9/1/88 p.71

CAMPION, JIM
    Developer finds niche in luxury "spec" homes  9/1/88 p.71

CAPELLANI, DON
    Area hairdresser whittles away his spare time  11/10/88 p.112

CARDELLI, KATHRYN
    Collectors Frame Service  8/25/88 p.95

CARPENTER, DAVID
    Up With People  7/7/88 p.38

CARY MUSIC MIXERS
    Strike up the band  12/1/88 p.105

CATLOW THEATRE
    Plans to purchase historic Catlow Theatre  3/3/88 p.13
    Local investors complete buyout of Catlow  6/2/88 p.20
    New owners  9/8/88 p.79

CERAMICS WORKS
    Ceramics Works  4/7/88 p.75

CHABRIAN, DEBORAH
    Has painting in New York exhibit  4/7/88 p.33

CHARLOTTE'S PIZZA
    Restaurant caught in traffic web  2/4/88 p.13

CHESNY FAMILY
    Army tradition holds for five Chesny men  6/30/88 p.35

CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD
    Strike may strand C&NW commuters  4/14/88 p.37
    Presidential action breaks commuter fears  4/21/88 p.9
    Delay rail strike 60 days  4/21/88 p.14
    Strike unlikely to be averted  7/14/88 p.19
    Bill too late  7/28/88 p.18
    Rail commuters urged to find alternate routes  7/28/88 p.9
    Leaders pursue efforts to derail C&NW strike  8/4/88 p.9
    Strike?  9/8/88 p.8
    A.M. quiet  11/3/88 p.11

CHICAGO CUBS (BASEBALL CLUB)
    Light up sky, but can't stop rain  8/11/88 p.129

CLASSIC CREATIONS
    Classic Creations  2/25/88 p.79

COBBLESTONE FURNISHINGS
    Gerry Adamson and Diane Baesen, owners  12/22/88 p.78

COFFIN, ROBERT PARKER
    Architecture, Indians intersect in history  11/3/88 p.122

COLDEWEY, LOIS
    Parish nurse helps tend physical, spiritual needs  8/12/88 p.23

COLLECTORS FRAME SERVICE
    Kathryn Cardelli, owner  8/25/88 p.95

COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER (STATUE)
    New location for statue  3/10/88 p.43

COLUMBUS PARK
    Barrington park officials agree to improve lake in Columbus Park  10/27/88
        p.16

COMMONWEALTH EDISON
    Post warnings at contamination site  8/18/88 p.102

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Business facing year of uncertainty downtown  4/14/88 p.7
    New plan stresses village center, low density  6/2/88 p.5
    Committee to study downtown revitalization  6/9/88 p.5
    Scale of Main Street improvement still at issue  6/16/88 p.5
    New downtown park could be expanded  6/16/88 p.15
    Officials may require appearance review  7/14/88 p.8
    Panel eyes restrictions on downtown offices  8/4/88 p.5
    Commuter lot shopping plan  9/15/88 p.5
    New downtown plan would cost $28.5 million  10/6/88 p.5
    Main St. Center costs  11/17/88 p.5
    Redevelopment: Homeowners to battle plan  12/8/88 p.5
    Move ahead on redevelopment plan  12/15/88 p.5
    BH sets April vote  12/22/88 p.9

COMPOST
    Neighbors question composting location  5/12/88 p.5
    Officials pressured into moving composite site  5/26/88 p.5
    Compost site located as recycling begins  6/9/88 p.8

COMPUTER SHOWROOM
    John and Bonnie Scheele, owners  9/1/88 p.73

CONFERENCE PLUS INC.
    Gary F. Seamans, chairman  11/17/88 p.81

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    Trees lovelier than poems grow in countryside  4/28/88 p.93

COOK STREET DESIGN CO.
    Sharon Erder-Orlex, owner  7/14/88 p.29

CORPORATE LAKES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    SB unanimously backs Union Pacific plans  5/19/88 p.5

COSTUME
    Shop finds dress-up suitable year around  8/18/88 p.105

CRABTREE NATURE PRESERVE
    Rare disease found in rodents at Crabtree  9/1/88 p.11

CRETIER, BERNARD
    Years of practice make chef master 91/88 p.89

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Teen [Marc McLean] faces homicide charge in DUI crash  1/28/88 p.12
    Local man [Robert W. Rabusk] indicted for tax evasion  3/31/88 p.14
    Victor Wojtas indicted again in car accident scheme  4/14/88 p.29
    Four youths face charges in area thefts, burglaries  4/14/88 p.102
    Barrington area mien indicted in tax scheme  4/21/88 p.20
    Wave of shoplifting prompts foot patrol  5/5/88 p.12
    Barrington area couple faces weapons charges  5/5/88 p.8
    Couple pleads not guilty to drug charges  5/12/88 p.9
    Authorities move to seize NB property  5/12.1/88 p.5
    Man charged in series of sexual assaults  5/26/88 p.20
    Police seek info on wave of mailbox bashing  6/9/88 p.122
    Car thieves elude police in BH countryside  6/16/88 p.5
    Two robbers bag $300 from area gas stations  7/21/88 p.19
    Local doctor [Hans Dolz] on probation  7/21/88 p.20
    Home invasions [Inverness]  8/4/88 p.8
    "Stranger danger" convictions void  8/11/88 p.5
    Area woman pleads guilty to drug charges  8/16/88 p.16
    Woman's body discovered in forest preserve  8/18/88 p.9
    Murders hit too close to home for neighbors  8/4/88 p.100
    Man arrested after standoff with police  8/25/88 p.21
    Doctor [Lee Robin] might have been insane  8/25/88 p.121
    Big drug bust nets $500,000 in cocaine  9/8/88 p.29
    Suspects apprehended in gas station murder  9/8/88 p.106
    Third suspect charged in gas station murder  9/15/88 p.109
    Man sentenced for cocaine sales  9/29/88 p.25
    Man pleads guilty to drug weapon charges  10/6/88 p.23
    Forest Preserve police seeking help in identifying girl's body  10/27/88 p.18
    Motor Werks of Barrington  11/3/88 p.25
    Chicago man sentenced to die in killing of two  11/10/88 p.30
    Inverness man indicted on bank fraud [Robert Vincent Slater]  11/17/88 p.81
    Barrington man faces charges after chase  12/1/88 p.26
    Burglars strike seven businesses  12/22/88 p.23
    Son, 15, sought in shotgun murder of father  12/22/88 p.5
    Second teen charged in LB shotgun slaying  12/29/88 p.5

CRIMINAL STATISTICS
    '87 statistics  2/18/88 p.9

CUBA MARSH (WETLANDS)
    Forest Preserve eyes more DP marsh area  3/24/88 p.19
    Forest board buys marsh area  5/26/88 p.24
    Added to state's protected lands  10/61/88 p.22
    Condemnation hearing begins  12/8/88 p.21
    Forest preserve wins judgment  12/15/88 p.9

CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Propose tax for social services  2/18/88 p.13
    Moving ahead with open space vote  10/6/88 p.9
    Tax  11/10/88 p.120
    Cuba Township postpones April Vote (maps)  11/17/88 p.9
    Open space  12/1/88 p.15
    Assessments increase by 14%  12/15/88 p.8
    Cuba Township 1988 Quadrennial Assessment Roll  12/15/88 special section

CUSTOM HARDWOOD INTERIORS
    Bruce and Craig Helgeland, owners  4/7/88 p.75

CUTS BY CARRIE
    Open at Barrington Plaza; Carrie Olson, owner  10/6/88 p.93

CZECH, ERIC
    Teen [Marc McLean] faces homicide charge in DUI crash  1/28/88 p.12

DANNA, JOAN
    Pet wood  8/16/88 p.18

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
    Fremd history teacher [Richard Bokor] chosen for Signal Hill award  1/7/88
        p.36

DAVID, IRENE CLARK
    Local attorney gets into swim of things  11/10/88 p.54

DAVID W. BUNKER INC. & ASSOCIATES
    Michael O. Tincher, president  9/22/88 p.88

DAY CARE CENTERS
    Special Report:  Day Care Dilemma  9/22/88 p.14
    Special Report:  Day Care Dilemma  9/29/88 p.16
    Special Report:  Day Care Dilemma  10/6/88 p.16

DEER
    Deer shooting likely in forest preserve  7/7/88 p.25
    Overpopulation  7/28/88 p.92

DEER PARK, ILL.
    Gets plans for golf driving range  1/21/88 p.19
    Road improvement Lake-Cook, Quentin intersection  1/21/88 p.19
    Chapel Hill North  2/18/88 p.14
    DP plan panel turns down annexation  6/16/88 p.21
    Pond contaminated near pest truck fire  6/16/88 p.8
    Turn down annex  8/18/88 p.19

DOLZI HANS
    Local doctor on probation  7/21/88 p.20

DROUGHTS
    Barrington escaping drought's worst effects  6/16/88 p.12
    Area affected  8/18/88 p.28

DRUG ABUSE
    New laws crack down on DUI's, drug dealers  1/7/88 p.27
    Parents ask police to investigate drug allegations at high school  3/3/88
        p.16

DRUNK DRIVING
    New laws crack down on DUI's, drug dealers  1/7/88 p.27
    State's attorney's [Lake County] race stirs debate on DUI  10/27/88 p.19

DUCHOSSOIS, RICHARD
    To be honored by racing writers  11/10/88 p.94

EASTERN AVENUE
    Eastern Avenue renamed to honor retiring principal [John Snow] at Lines
        School  5/12/88 p.8
    Street name changed after residents objected  10/27/88 p.12

EASTWOOD (LAND SUBDIVSION)
    Developer sues Barrington over change in emergency access Road  1/28/88 p.8
    Access road suit could be settled  3/3/88 p.13

EGELAND, GLEN
    Barrington Flower Shop  8/18/88 p.81

ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Tax levy rises to cover services  8/18/88 p.23

ERDER-ORLEY, SHARON
    Cook Street Design Co.  7/14/88 p.29

ESTRADA, DEBORAH SOTO
    Collector of models isn't horsing around  1/14/88 p.74

ELECTIONS
    GOP cleans up in area in Tuesday elections  11/10/88 p.5

FALVO, ANTHONY J.
    President & CEO of U.S. Gypsum Co.  6/16/88 p.85

FANTL, E. ALBERT
    Museum exhibit builder  7/7/88 p.29

FAUST, JOHN
    New theater director [Barrington High School]  11/10/88 p.31

FERRAR0, RON
    Mask man  10/27/88 p.116

FERRELL, MIKE
    Voluptuous Lady  7/28/88 p.75

FERRELL, PATRICIA
    Voluptuous Lady  7/28/88 p.75

FEWELL, TRACI
    Skater heads for happy landing  1/14/88 p.31

FILA, EDWARD J.
    Leaves school board  4/21/88 p.17

FINANCIAL CONCEPTS LTD.
    State officials halt activity of local firm  3/17/88 p.17
    Sues state  3/24/88 p.15
    Court upholds State ban on sales  3/31/88 p.13
    Two local investors sue  4/28/88 p.12
    Suit near settlement  7/28/88 p.16
    Bleak picture for investors  9/8/88 p.28
    Victims await word  12/15/88 p.20

FINE ARTS GALLERY
    Susan Larson, owner  8/25/88 p.95

FINN'S FABRICS
    Fabric store features art you can wear  5/12/88 p.73

FIRES
    Fire damages firm in BH industrial park  1/21/88 p.5
    Fire departments battle Rand Rd. fire  2/11/88 p.24
    Camp Reinberg  3/10/88 p.5
    Truck carrying pesticides burns in Deer Park  6/9/88 p.5
    Recovery begins after devastating stable fire  7/28/88 p.95
    Smoke detector saves family  9/15/88 p.14
    NW Highway trash fire  10/6/88 p.5
    Fire in industrial park destroys 3 buildings (cover pict.)  10/27/88 p.5
    Smoking blamed for industrial park fire  11/3/88 p.14
    Deer Park fire $150,000 loss  11/17/88 p.16
    Minor damage  12/15/88 p.5

FOREMAN, FRED
    State's attorney's race stirs debate on DUI  10/27/88 p.19

FORSBERG, THEODORE J.
    Bush, Forsberg seek Barrington presidency  12/1/88 p.5

FOUNDRY (SHOPPING CENTER)
    Barrington gets plans for shopping center  3/10/88 p.5
    New shopping center wins plan panel okay  4/14/88 p.26
    Town against plans for development  4/14/88 p.11
    Residents oppose shopping center  4/28/88 p.5
    New shopping center okayed  5/12/88 p.5
    Plans changed for Northwest Highway shopping center  5/26/88  p.14

FOX RIVER
    Water samples  8/18/88 p.26
    Fox River samples show improved quality  8/25/88 p.25

FRUZYAN, GEORGE
    Dance to Hawaiian music  2/4/88 p.73

FRUZYAN, KEOLANI
    Dance to Hawaiian music  2/4/88 p.73

GATEWAY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Barrington's lawyer ruled out of Gateway suit  1/7/88 p.5
    Barrington attorney back in Gateway suit  1/28/88 p.8
    Residents join in lawsuit  2/18/88 p.5
    Court date is pushed back for Gateway suit 6/9/88 p.12
    Trial to start in October  8/25/88 p.18
    Barrington gets early break in case  10/13/88 p.5
    Officials role in Gateway disputed  10/20/88 p.5
    First week's testimony  10/20/88 p.5
    Would bring $1 million: developer  12/1/88 p.5
    Developer's testimony ruled out 12/8/88 p.17
    Developer concludes testimony  12/15/88 p.20
    Barrington gets turn  12/22/88 p.8

GEISLER, ERVIN
    Stepford Wives  5/19/88 p.79

GEORGE, BILL
    Area couple just loves to clown around  11/24/88 p.109

GEORGE, PAULA
    Area couple just loves to clown around  11/24/88 p.109

GISISCH, CHERYL
    Cameo Electrolysis  5/19/88 p.79

GLATFELTER, F. EDWARD
    Village manager  10/13/88 p.8
    New manager  12/29/88 p.30

GLENMOOR (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    End of suit  3/3/88 p.9

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    Births 1980-87 at Good Shepherd  7/7/88 p.9
    Pink Pig  8/11/88 p.14
    Trauma Center  9/8/88 p.17

GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
    Officials' attendance records (percentages, graphs)  2/11/88 p.12

GRASSMERE FARM
    NB officials repeat Grassmere land annex  4/14/88 p.27
    County steps in on court fight over NB annex  5/5/88 p.100
    Lose NB annex challenge  10/6/88 p.9
    Appeal ruling on NB annex  11/3/88 p.24

GRAVER, DICK
    Broker's stock rises with presidential visit  11/24/88 p.112

GRIGSBY PRAIRIE
    Illinois prairie  9/22/88 p.115

HALLBERG, GARY
    Tries to recapture winning touch  7/7/88 p.104

HARDIN, NANCY
    Galerie  11/17/88 p.81

HARDT, THOMAS G.
    Area man dies in BH car crash  7/28/88 p.29

HARPER COLLEGE
    Harper to hire architect for building study  1/28/88 p.20
    McGrath bids farewell  2/4/88 p.17
    Picks president, Paul N. Thompson  4/21/88 p.89
    Tentative teacher pact  9/22/88 p.26
    Board considers 14% hike in '88 property levy  10/20/88 p.25
    Chairman steps down  12/1/88 p.25

HAVERTON ON BARRINGTON POND (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    NB seeks revisions to subdivision annex plan  7/21/88 p.14
    Panel approves new NB subdivision  7/28/88 p.17

HAWTHORNE HILLS RIDING STABLE
    Recovery begins after devastating stable fire  7/28/88 p.95
    Continues recovery  8/4/88 p.98

HELGELAND, BRUCE
    Custom Hardwood Interiors  4/7/88 p.75

HELGELAND, CRAIG
    Custom Hardwood Interiors  4/7/88 p.75

HELP U SELL
    Barbara and Alan Terrell, owners  9/1/88 p.71

HILLIGOSS, TOM
    Studio in the Woods  10/13/88 p.29

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
    Week spotlights trove of local historic homes  5/5/88 p.23

HOLVECK, DENNIS
    High court to get "Stranger Danger" case  11/24/88 p.8

HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH
    Father Med leads from cafeteria to Church  4/7/88 p.95
    Bernardin to dedicate Holy Family Church  9/29/88 p.151

HOMELESS PERSONS
    Wauconda shelter for homeless  2/4/88 p.80

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZED TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
    LB officials drop appeal; HOPE to head to Supreme Court  4/21/88 p.21

HOMEWORKS
    Homeworks  4/14/88 p.89

HORSES
    Breed, don't board is course for horse in BH  1/28/88 p.14
    Winter Meadow Farm; 1st class stable  2/4/88 p.65
    Nay to boarding of horses [Barrington Hills]  3/31/88 p.16
    Art Thompson  7/7/88 p.14

HOSPICES (TERMINAL CARE)
    Services  11/10/88 p.14
    Support group for the bereaved  4/21/88 p.29

HOTZE, SOLLACE
      Young adults can find sol(l)ace in new book  10/27/88 p.17    

HOUSING
    Panel wants multi-family housing in Barrington  2/4/88 p.8
    Defer decisions on moving Carl Ave. housing  2/11/88 p.16
    Park officials want to tear down houses  5/12/88 p.12
    Board votes to demolish two houses  6/16/88 p.16
    Moderate income housing issue again debated  10/27/88 p.16

HUNSANGER, JEROME
    CEO at Ambassador  5/5/88 p.98

HUNTING
    Take aim on ban on hunting (Barrington Hills]  8/4/88 p.17
    Shoot down hunting [Barrington Hills]  8/25/88 p.16

ILLINOIS CATHOLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
    Robert J. Mohalski, president  5/12/88 p.74

INITIAL IMPRESSIONS
    Initial Impressions  11/21/88 p.63

INTELLIGENT BUSINESS SYSTEMS
    Big plans for computer business  10/20/88 p.86

INTERIORS BY BRUCE
    Bruce Waterman, owner  6/23/88 p.77

INTERIORS ON MAIN
    Interiors on Main  3/10/88 p.85

INVERNESS MALL
    Inverness Mall plan questioned, criticized  4/21/88 p.8
    BACOG stays neutral about Inverness Mall, Inverness Commons
        4/28/88 p.5
    Developer drops theatres from Inverness Mall  6/9/88 p.9
    Angry residents don't understand  6/23/88 p.12
    Inverness plan panel rejects proposed mall  7/21/88 p.5
    Shopping center scaled down  9/22/88 p.5
    Shopping center plan put on hold until next year  10/27/88 p.18
    Referendum proposed  12/15/88 p.22

IVERSON, RON
    Local resident honored for gift of garden  3/17/88 p.24
    Grower of perennials sees them as favorites  4/21/88 p.90

IVES, DEREK
    Redcoats Return  2/18/88 p.73

JANNEY, JUDY
    Barrington Party Parade  7/21/88 p.73

JEPSON, ROBERT S., JR.
    Jepson acts as steward in corporate vineyard  7/21/88 p.31

JEWEL FOOD STORES
    Site expansion might keep Jewel  7/7/88 p.5
    Not reconsidering plans  7/14/88 p.5
    Plan shows new supermarket can fit downtown 7/21/88 p.5
    Hub committee hints new use for Jewel site  10/13/88 p.5

JOHNSON, MICHAEL
    Barrington native artist gets the big picture  11/10/88 p.81

JOHN SNOW AVENUE
    Eastern Avenue renamed to honor retiring principal at Lines School  5/12/88
        p.8
    Street name changed after residents objected  10/27/88 p.12

KARMELL FAMILY
    Family finds 911 really is life-saver  1/21/88 p.16

KAY, RANCE
    Takes brass to make these instruments well  12/8/88 p.31

KEARNEY EXECUTIVE SEARCH
    Charles Sweet, president  6/23/88 p.81

KENNEDY'S PUB
    Liquor sales banned for two weeks at bar  5/12/88 p.8

KERNS, LAWRENCE
    Wins award for research paper on suicide  4/28/88 p.80

KINCAID HOUSE
    True Colors (pict.)  7/14/88 p.17

KING, PETER W.
    New Lines School principal  6/23/88 p.23
    Peter W. King, principal [Lines School]  9/1/88 p.29

KISHWAUKEE FEN (NATURE CENTER)
    Developer saves fen as nature preserve  7/14/88 p.104

KLEIN, DAVID
    Former teacher finds niche in stock market 2/4/88 p.83

KLEPPER, ROY
    Announces retirement 6/9/88 p.14
    Mr. Barrington ready to step down at bank  12/15/88 p.31

KLUSACEK, JOE
    Retirement brings on changing of the guard  3/3/88 p.89

KNUTSON KITCHEN
    Knutson Kitchen  4/21/88  p.73

KOELLING, CATHERINE
    Old State Bank Bar & Grill  9/29/88 p.125
   
KOELLING, DAVID
    Old State Bank Bar & Grill  9/29/88 p.125

KOOKERS
    Allen Brooks, owner  9/29/88 p.125

L& W LAMPS
    Jeff Woodall, owner  6/16/88 p.85

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Trustees set to review land use plan for LB  1/14/88 p.13
    LB annexes school district land  2/11/88 p.5
    O.K. plans for school district land  2/18/88 p.13
    Land use  2/25/88 p.8
    Cash balances, receipts and disbursements for fiscal year  8/11/88 p.125
    Files lawsuit over nearby commercial development  8/18/88 p.18

LAKE BARRINGTON CONFERENCE CENTER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Brokers seek LB site for conference center  6/23/88 p.14

LAKE FOREST SPORT SHOP
    Lake Forest Sport Shop moves  8/18/88 p.81
     Gala grand opening marks shop's move  8/18/88 p.81

LAND BANKS
    Area leaders to discuss open space and land bank  1/21/88 p.21
    Land bank  1/28/88 p.5
    Land bank, open lands, open space  7/28/88 p.13
    BACOG  9/1/88 p.5
    Land bank  9/1/88 p.5
    Won't fly: Rep. Peterson  9/15/88 p.8

LAND DEVELOPMENT
    Judge upholds rejection of office building plans  1/14/88 p.11
    Area leaders to discuss open space and land bank  1/21/88 p.21
    Land bank  1/28/88 p.5
    Office plan raises safety questions  2/11/88 p.9
    Court the last battlefield in development wars  2/25/88 p.13
    LB trustees adopt new land use plan  3/10/88 p.14
    Shopping center plans draw fire  3/31/88 p.5
    LB trustees worried about planned industrial park  4/7/88 p.14
    Sheehan subdivision proposal raising eyebrows in Barrington  4/7/88 p.13
    Hoffman Estates objects to SB development  4/14/88 p.7
    Town against plans for development [Foundry]  4/14/88 p.11
    Revised land plan  4/21/88 p.13
    Business park proposed for Rand Road land  4/21/88 p.18
    SB panel split on office plan  5/5/88 p.5
    Neighbors question composting location  5/12/88 p.5
    Tighter control sought over wetlands project  5/19/88 p.9
    Open land-tax base  5/26/88 p.8
    Residents say new plan is pro-development  5/26/88 p.5
    Open space  6/2/88 p.8
    Village opposed to plan for shopping near Thunderbird  6/23/88 p.12
    Seeks new subdivision  7/7/88 p.8
    State restricts powers of open space districts  7/7/88 p.28
    West Brookside Ridge  7/14/88 p.12
    County moves to stop savanna destruction  7/14/88 p.96
    Land bank, open lands, open space  7/28/88 p.13
    Shoppers developer to float new center plan  8/11/88 p.5
    Commuter lot may be site of shopping center  8/18/88 p.8
    Construction proceeding at shopping center  8/18/88 p.25
    Shopping strip proposed near S. Barrington  8/24/88 p.21
    Forest board hears suggestions  9/22/88 p.27
    Officials expect packed hearing on open space  10/20/88 p.14
    Moderate income housing issue again  10/27/88 p.16

LANDWER, IDA
    Recollections for Barrington's 125th Anniversary  9/15/88 p.31

LARRY FAUL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, INC.
    Moves  9/15/88 p.14

LARSON, SUSAN
    Fine Arts Gallery  8/25/88 p.95

LAST NATIONAL BANK (RESTAURANT)
    David L. Barklow, owner  1/7/88 p.75
    Building to get a restaurant  3/10/88 p.28
    Metamorphasis: Old State Bank Bar & Grill  9/15/88 p.21

LAZ, MEDARD, REV.
    Father Med leads from cafeteria to church  4/7/88 p.95

LEGER, PETER M.
    President, Rich, Inc.  10/13/88 p.94

LITTLE CAESAR'S PIZZA
    Little Caesar's Pizza  8/11/88 p.87

LONG, ROBERT
    State's attorney's race stirs debate on DUI  10/27/88 p.19

LUCASO, KATIE
    Work, not play  9/8/88 p.99

LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT
    New associate pastor; Randy Thompson  10/13/88 p.43

MAIN STREET
    Plan goes thumbs down  6/30/88 p.14
    Costs  11/17/88 p.5

MANGEL, HEIDI
    Antique dealer collects "true blue" treasures  6/9/88 p.104

MARKET PLACE (SHOPPING CENTER)
    2 leases signed  1/21/88 p.64
    Sign 3 tenants  4/21/88 p.80
    Opens at Lake Barrington Shores  7/28/88 p.75
    Market Place  8/4/88 p.77
    Market Place  8/11/88 p.87

MARSHALL, JEAN
    First day cover designs  3/31/88 p.39

MASTERS, SHERRY
    Tandem Bikers  8/25/88 p.29

MASTERS, TOM
    Tandem Bikers  8/25/88 p.29

MAYLAHN, SUSAN
    Given honor  5/26/88 p.32
   
MCCLEAN, CARLA
    Tannis  7/28/88 p.75

MCCLEAN, TANNIS
    Tannis  7/28/88 p.75

MCCLORY, ROBERT
    Leaders to gather to honor McClory  7/23/88 p.25

MCLEAN, MARC
    Teen faces homicide charge in DUI crash  1/28/88 p.12

MCNOB, CRAIG
    Antique bruins aren't in ruins  1/7/88 p.29

MEINHARD, RICHARD
    30 years adds up for retiring math teacher  5/15/88 p.99

MELLIN, WARREN
    Pres. of BAAC  3/31/88 p.37
   
METROPOLITAN SANITARY DISTRICT
    Elections  3/10/88 p.16
   
MICHELIN, BARBARA
    March of Dimes volunteer of the year  4/21/88 p.34

MILLER, MICHAEL
    Pharmacy stocks gems, big game  10/20/88 p.31

MILLER, WILLIAM
    Mr. Fix-It has fans at Good Shepherd Manor  8/18/88 p.31

"MR. FIX-IT"
    Mr. Fix-It [William Miller] has fans at Good Shepherd Manor  8/18/88 p.31

MOELLER, ROBERT
    Masons honor Robert Moeller  3/3/88 p.37

MOHALSKI, ROBERT J.
    Pres. of Illinois Catholic Health Association  5/12/88 p.74

MORKES, RHONDA
    Pursues success  9/22/88 p.87

MORTON, GARY
    Pak Mail  6/9/88 p.81

NATURAL AREAS
    Plan to restore rare natural area [Barrington Campground] set for public
        hearing next week  1/28/88 p.13
    Naturalists give boost to Lake's roosts [Baker's Lake]  2/18/88 p.95

NEISE, MARGARET L.
    St. Anne's School  9/1/88 p.29

NELSON, ADELE
    50th wedding anniversary  11/10/88 p.41

NELSON, NILES
    50th wedding anniversary  11/10/88 p.41

NEW ORATORIO SINGERS
    Singers raise their voices  10/6/88 p.81

NICKLAUS, JACK
    Pre-construction sales [Wynstone]  2/18/88 p.78
    Jack Nicklaus broke ground [Wynstone] (pict.)  7/7/88 p.5
    Worker killed [Wynstone]  8/4/88 p.21
    Charity, not golf [Wynstone]  9/15/88 p.18
    Showcase [Wynstone]  10/13/88 p.18

NORGE
    Jump  1/28/88 p.92

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    County steps in on court fight over NB annex  5/5/88 p.100
    Shopping plan drives residents to seek annexation  9/1/88 p.16
    Annexes property at Rts. 22, 59  9/1/88 p.17

NORTH SUBURBAN LIBRARY SYSTEM
    Network eyes change in membership  10/6/88 p.29

NORTHWEST CENTER FOR THE ARTS
    Specializes in talent  3/24/88 p.89

"OFFICER FRIENDLY"
    Community a key for first Officer Friendly  8/11/88 p.31

OLD STATE BAR & GRILL
    Catherine and David Koelling, owners  9/29/88 p.125
    Catherine and David Koelling, owners  10/6/88 p.93

OLSON, CARRIE
    Cuts by Carrie opens at Barrington Plaza  10/6/88 p.93

OMNI YOUTH SERVICES
    Program finds friends for troubled teenagers  5/26/88 p.97

OPAL, MARCIA
    Stan & Ollie films still bowler them over  8/4/88 p.101

OPEN SPACES
    Area leaders to discuss open space and land bank  1/21/88 p.21
    Open land-tax base  5/26/88 p.8
    Open space  6/2/88 p.8
    State restricts power of open space districts  7/7/88 p.28
    Land bank, open lands, open space  7/28/88 p.13
    Thunderbird Country Club  9/1/88 p.5
    Cuba Township moving ahead with open space vote  10/6/88 p.9
    Officials expect packed hearing on open space  10/20/88 p.14
    Cuba Township postpones April vote  11/17/88 p.9
    Open space [Cuba Township]  12/1/88 p.15
    Advocates win top county posts  12/8/88 p.19
    Cuba & Ela roads  12/15/88 p.9

PAK MAIL
    Gary Morton, owner  6/9/88 p.81

PAPPAS, MELISSA
    Victory promenade  3/10/88 p.48

PARKS
    New downtown park could be expanded  6/16/88 p.15
    Adds money for downtown park  7/7/88 p.8
    Groups unhappy over park donation request  9/8/88 p.5

PATINO, MARISA
    Local teen's art promotes peace  9/29/88 p.154

PATRIOT HEALTH COMPANIES
    3 states investigating local insurance firm  10/27/88 p.8
    Probe continues into local insurance firm  12/1/88 p.8

PAYTON, WALTER
    Walter Paxton (cover pict.)  1/28/88 p.27

PETERSEN, RAY
    Barrington Fitness Club  5/26/88 p.77

PETERSON, CAMME LOIS
    60 yrs. together  9/29/88 p.47

PETERSON, GILBERT
    60 yrs. together  9/29/88 p.47

PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Photographer [Ed Armstrong] catches the famous in action  5/26/88 p.103
    Tepper Portrait and Corporate Photography; Terri Tepper owner  9/15/88 p.81
    Portrait photographer [Joe Rush] a jack-of-many-arts  10/27/88 p.31

POLICE
    Judge ousts trustee from police board  2/11/88 p.5
    Regional police concept  3/3/88 p.5
    Police chief backs cop in dispute [Barrington Hills]  10/13/88 p.17
    Force could be expanded  11/3/88 p.10

POLO
    Polo comes to the area  6/30/88 p.97

POMPER PROPERTY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Developer switches to five-acre home plan  6/16/88 p.24

POPULAR CREEK COURT (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Cook county board defers housing vote  1/21/88 p.9

POTTER, VERONICA
    Ms. Illinois Senior Citizen Pageant  10/27/88 p.37

PROFESSIONAL FRANCHISE CONSULTANTS INC.
    Gerald Shadlen, owner  6/2/88 p.77

PROSPERI, DENNIS
    Henri Studio  7/21/88 p.91

PROSPERI, MARIO
    Henri Studio  7/21/88 p.91

QUILTING
    Shirley Shenk  3/24/88  p.37 

RABE, BERNICE
    Storyteller spins tales of hope for children  2/25/99 p.101

RABUSKA, ROBERT W.
    Local man indicted for tax evasion  3/31/88 p.14

RECON OPTICAL INC.
    Closes West Coast plant  6/16/88 p.15
    Layoff of 26  7/7/88 p.8
    Develops new reconnaissance camera  8/4/88 p.81

RECYCLING (WASTE, ETC.)
    Approval for recycling hangs on state funding  1/14/88 p.5
    Draws near  3/31/88 p.9
    Officials suggest switch in site for recycling  5/19/88 p.5
    Compost site located as recycling begins  6/9/88 p.8
    Rates to rise  6/30/88 p.14
    "Hit" with residents  7/7/88 p.18
    First recycling volume exceeds expectations  7/21/88 p.8

REDCOATS RETURN
    Derek Ives, owner  2/18/88 p.73

RICH, INC.
    Peter M. Leger, president  10/13/88 p.94

RIDING THERAPY
    Youngsters ride tall in the saddle for therapy  8/11/88 p.109

RIEKE, FOSTER F.
    High school honors distinguished grad  6/9/88 p.14

ROADS
    Road improvement Lake-Cook, Quentin intersection  1/21/88 p.19
    Officials give curbside recycling green light  1/28/88 p.5
    Downtown sidewalks may be too narrow  2/11/88 p.8
    Main St. sidewalk options  2/25/88 p.5
    Speed limits [Northwest Highway]  2/25/88 p.5
    Lack of funding clouds future of extension [Route 53]  3/31/88 p.94
    Road crews return to work  4/7/88 p.5
    Plans to widen U.S. 14 set for Fox River Grove  5/12/88 p.90
    Barrington Hills begins hearings to close roads  7/21/88 p.9
    Road closing [Barrington Hills]  7/28/88 p.5
    Spur road closings [Barrington Hills]  8/18/88 p.15
    Towns asked to back plan to extend Rt. 53  8/18/88 p.30
    Road transfer [Lake-Cook Road] could mean truck detour  8/25/88 p.5
    Close Healy, Spring Creek [Barrington Hills]  8/25/88 p.16
    Closing of 3rd road (Barrington Hills]  9/1/88 p.9
    Algonquin goes to court to keep road open 9/8/88 p.5
    Main St. improvement  9/15/88 p.12
    Road closings [Barrington Hills]  9/15/88 p.20
    Fox River Grove waits to see road plan  9/22/88 p.9
    Officials set to coordinate on Rt. 53 extension  9/22/88 p.109
    Spring Creek Road to re-open (Barrington Hills] 9/22/88 p.9
    Halt contractor pay over complaints  9/22/88 p.23
    Officials vow to lobby for extension of Rt. 53  9/29/88 p.28
    Officials delay road close decision [Barrington Hills]  9/29/88 p.5
    Emergency trip slowed by roadblock [Barrington Hills]  10/6/88 p.8
    Plan to convert to tollway [Route 53]  10/6/88 p.25
    Barricade lifted for new traffic study [Barrington Hills]  10/27/88 p.9
    Street name changed after residents objected  10/27/88 p.12
    Kildeer to seek resident input on extension [Route 53]  11/17/88 p.99
    Road funds pay for plaza gazebo  12/1/88 p.23

ROBIN, LEE
    Doctor might have been insane  8/25/88 p.121

ROESSER, JACK
    Mac victory in perspective  8/4/88 p.119

RON BEESE PARK
    New park plans  1/21/88 p.20
    Traffic lights questioned by officials  1/28/88 p.12

RUSH, JOE
    Portrait photographer a jack-of-many-arts  10/27/88 p.31

SANDBURG, JO ELLEN
    Running for excellent award  2/25/88 p.18

SANITARY LANDFILLS
    Forest land could be used for landfill site  5/12/88 p.9l

SARGENT-WELCH
    President Welch Scientific, Division of Sargent-Welch  8/25/88 p.96

SASS, HENRY G.
    Recollections for 125th Village celebration  9/15/88 p.31

SCHEELE, BONNIE
    Computer Showroom  9/1/88 p.73

SCHEELE, JOHN
    Computer Showroom  9/1/88 p.73

SCHUHKNECHT, JOE
    Future looking bright for neon sign business  6/16/88 p.108

SCHULTZ BROTHERS
    To close facilities in Lake Zurich  9/29/88 p.132

SEAMANS, GARY F.
    Chairman, Conference Plus Inc.  11/17/88 p.81

SHADLEN, GERALD
    Professional Franchise Consultants Inc.  6/2/88 p.77

SHENK, SHIRLEY
    Quilts  3/24/88 p.37

SHOPPES OF BARRINGTON (SHOPPING CENTER)
    Shoppes developer to float new center plan  9/11/88 p.5

SHOPPES OF INVERNESS (SHOPPING CENTER)
    Angry residents don't understand  6/23/88 p.12

SIMMONS, JOAN
    Galerie  11/17/88 p.81

SIMPLY GREAT YOGURT, ETC.
    Marx Lou and Bill Bowen, owners  7/21/88 p.75

SILVESTRI, BROOK
    Young man on reeds  1/21/88 p.27

SIR SPEEDY PRINTING CENTER
    Sir Speedy Printing Center  1/21/88 p.63

SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
    Investment group may buy Skokie Federal  11/3/88 p.119

SLATER, ROBERT VINCENT
    Inverness man indicted on bank fraud  11/17/88 p.81

SMITH, RICHARD
    Appeals court rules in favor of Smith Clinic  4/7/88 p.5
    Smith vows to proceed with Medical Clinic  4/14/88 p.25
    LB officials drop appeal; HOPE to head to Supreme Court  4/21/88 p.21
    4 year battle concludes with truce  5/5/88 p.13

SNOW, JOHN
    Lines school principal to retire  3/24/88 p.31
    Eastern Avenue renamed to honor retiring principal at Lines School  5/12/88
        p.8
    Lines school bids good-bye to head of family  5/19/88 p.31
    Street name changed after residents objected  10/27/88 p.12

SOBY, PETER
    Homecoming  2/4/88 p.9
    Getting better by the day (cover pict.)  3/31/88 p.27

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    SB begins review of Union Pacific plans  3/17/88 p.21
    SB unanimously backs Union Pacific [Corporate Lakes]  5/19/88 p.73
    Drop plans to condemn property  9/22/88 p.21
    Farm house demolition draws criticism  10/27/88 p.9

SOUTHGATE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Owners question cost sharing for work  3/31/88 p.5

SPREYER, FRANK
    Nature award  2/25/88 p.14
    The cause of conservation has a spry adherent  3/3/88 p.33

SPRING CREEK VALLEY FOREST PRESERVE
    Model farm site moved  12/8/88 p.9

SQUARE D
    Moves to block future takeovers  9/8/88 p.81
    CEO hands over reigns  12/1/88 p.87

ST. ANNE SCHOOL
    Margaret L. Neise  9/1/88 p.29

ST. MARY'S CHURCH
    Church in Buffalo Grove has bees in its belfry  8/11/88 p.116

ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH
    Ornaments celebrate holiday religious spirit  12/1/88 p.31

STEINER, JOSH
    Stepford Wives  5/19/88 p.79

STEPFORD WIVES
    Stepford Wives; Josh Steiner, Ervin Geisler, co-owners  5/19/88 p.79

STEWART, ROBERT
    Artist, glass boxes  9/22/88 p.119

STORYTELLING
    Storyteller (Bernice Rabe] spins tales of hope for children  2/25/88 p.101

"STRANGER DANGER"
    High court to get "Stranger Danger" case  11/24/88 p.8

STUDIO IN THE WOODS
    Tom Hilligoss, owner  10/13/88 p.29

SUZUKI VIOLIN SCHOOL
    Young string players happily fiddle around  5/26/88 p.31

SWEET, CHARLES
    Pres., Kearney Executive Search  6/23/88 p.81

T. WILLIAMS & SON
    T. Williams & Son  4/21/88 p.73

TANNIS
    Carla and Tannis McClean, owners  7/28/88 p.75

TAXATION
    Transfer tax getting mixed reviews  8/4/88 p.5
    Fight change in sales tax law)  12/1/88 p.28

TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Abate taxes for '87 [District 220]  1/21/88 p.25
    Tax referendum [District 220]  2/18/88 p.8
    Tax hike forces line up for ballot battle [District 220]  3/3/88 p.5
    School tax hike tops local election ballot [District 220]  3/10/88 p.8
    School tax rate increase narrowly defeated [District 220]  3/17/88 p.5
    Referendum loss [District 220]  3/24/88 p.5
    Taxes  7/28/88 p.5
    Tax rate  8/4/88 p.8
    Tax levy  9/15/88 p.9
    Schools ask more taxes [District 220]  12/15/88 p.5
    Schools officials ask 16% more property tax [District 220]  12/22/88 p.14

TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Taxes  7/28/88 p.8

TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Criticize budget hike  1/28/88 p.93
    Values rise by 7%  6/2/88 p.9
    Board considers 14% hike in property levy [Harper College]  10/20/88 p.25
    Assessments 1988  10/27/88 p.130
    Cook County  10/27/88 p.130

TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Propose tax for social services  2/18/88 p.13
    Tax  11/10/88 p.120
    Assessments increase by 14%  12/15/88 p.8
    Cuba Township 1988 quadrennial assessment role  12/15/88 special section

TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Tax levy rises to cover services  8/18/88 p.23

TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Lake County tax rates drop but bills may not  5/5/88 p.9

TCBY
    Opens at Barrington Plaza  10/6/88 p.93

TEACHERS
    Fremd history teacher [Richard Baker] chosen for Signal Hill DAR award
       1/7/88 p.36
    30 years adds up for retiring math teacher [Richard Meinhard]  5/19/88 p.99

TEPPER PORTRAIT AND CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY
    Terri Tepper, owner  9/15/88 p.81

TEPPER, TERRI
    Tepper Portrait and Corporate Photographs  9/15/88 p.81

TERRELL, ALAN
    Help U Sell  9/1/88 p.71

TERRELL, BARBARA
    Help U Sell  9/1/88 p.71

THOMPSON, ART
    Retired horses  7/7/88 p.14

THOMPSON, PAUL N.
    Harper College picks President  4/21/88 p.89

THRELKELD, RICHARD
    High School honors distinguished grad  6/9/88 p.14

THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB
    Voters may decide on keeping T'bird open  6/30/88 p.8
    Barrington officials study golf course purchase  7/14/88 p.5
    Set vote  8/18/88 p.5
    Agreement deadline set  8/25/88 p.5
    Open Space  9/1/88 p.5

TIERNY, GORDON
    Researcher digs out family tree by roots  2/4/88 p.24

TINCHER, MICHAEL G.
    Pres., David W. Bunker Inc. and Assoc.  9/22/88 p.88

TOWER LAKES, ILL.
    Local Business  1/7/88 p.59
    Water quality  6/30/88 p.12
    Financial Report  10/6/88 p.132
    Simmons leaves Tower Lakes village board  12/29/88 p.25

TRAFFIC
    County seeks input on long-range traffic plan  6/23/88 p.19

TRAUTWEIN, DAVID
    Making pitch for the majors  3/3/88 p.105

TRAUTWEIN, JOHN
    Making pitch for the majors  3/3/88 p.105
    Trautwein returns home as major leaguer  4/28/88 p.119

TREGO, BRUCE
    Fired  2/18/88 p.5

TREVOR, RENA
    Director aids woman  2/18/88 p.96

TURKIN, RON
    Dream come true is memory for baseball buff  4/11/88 p.31

UNION PACIFIC REALITY CO.
    Beatrice land buyer plans office building  1/21/88 p.5
    SB begins review of Union Pacific plans  3/17/88 p.21
    SB unanimously backs Union Pacific [Corporate Lakes]  5/19/88 p.73

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Mail cutbacks  2/4/88 p.14
    New post office to open  8/25/88 p.8
    New digs (pict.) 9/1/88 p.14    

U.S. GYPSUM CO.
    Anthony J. Falvo, president and CEO  6/16/88 p.85

VAN HAGEN, GEORGE
    Barrington means family for volunteer  6/2/88 p.17

VEATH, POLLY
    BHS retiring secretary  2/25/88 p.33

VOLUPTUOUS LADY
    Patricia and Mike Ferrell, co-owners  7/28/88 p.75

VONAU, O. LOUIS
    Commander American Legion Post #158  8/4/88 p.43

WALDECK, STEVEN
    Waldeck's works light  6/2/88 p.B12

WANAT JEFF
    Aids education topic for video firm  2/4/88 p.82

WANAT, STAN
    Aids education topic for video firm  2/4/88 p.82

WANAT, TIM
    Aids education topic for video firm  2/4/88 p.82

WATER SUPPLY
    Criticism  1/28/88 p.18
    Water project overrun  5/19/88 p.8
    Water quality [Tower Lakes]  6/30/88 p.12
    Consider study  9/22/88 p.24
    Water System Improvement Project 31% over budget  2/4/88 p.5

WATERMAN, BRUCE
    Interiors by Bruce  6/23/88 p.77

WAX WORKS
    Wax works  6/9/88 p.81

WEATHER
    Severe thunderstorms dump rain & down power lines  8/10/88  p.14

WEDDINGS 'N MORE
    Laurie Anderson, owner  6/16/88 p.85

WEINGANDT, JOHN
    Carver can't duck success  6/23/88 p.96

WELCH SCIENTIFIC
    President Welch Scientific, Division of Sargent-Welch  8/25/88 p.98

WENZEL'S JEWELERS
    Wenzel's Jewelers  5/5/88 p.89

WEST BROOKSIDE RIDGE (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Land development  7/14/88 p.12

WHALEN, JOHN
    Guarding America's skies (cover pict.)  6/9/88 p.30

WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)
    Musings  3/24/88 p.36
    Names prize winners  11/24/88 p.45

WILKINS, RAY
    Music man helps kids learn joy of performing  5/19/88 p.16

WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH
    $9 million expansion  12/1/88 p.20

WILMERING SCOUT CABIN
    Wilmering Scout Cabin  10/13/88  p.14
    Parks delay decision  10/13/88 p.15

WINTER MEADOW FARM
    1st class stable  2/4/88 p.65

WOJTAS, VICTOR
    Indicted again in car accident scheme  4/14/88 p.29

WOLFE, GENE
    Science fiction author leaves labels to publisher  4/14/88 p.129

WOODALL, JEFF
    L & W Lamps  6/16/88 p.85

WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Pre-construction sales  2/18/88 p.78
    Jack Nicklaus broke ground (pict.)  7/7/88 p.5
    Worker killed  8/4/88 p.21
    Charity, not golf  9/15/88 p.18
    Showcase  10/13/88 p.18

YEHL, SUZY
    Kids find hope at rainbow's end  1/7/88 p.88

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