ACCIDENTS
    Man killed in collision with train  2/6/86 p.80
    Icy road causes crash [William H. Carlson]  2/27/86 p.16
    Dundee car crash leaves Barrington infant in critical condition
        3/20/86 p.9
    Local man [Stanley Bonk] dies in LZ crash  5/29/86 p.15
    Man killed in head-on crash  6/5/86 p.79
    Crash renews debate on hospital speed zone  7/17/86 p.8
    One man [Daniel S. Desecki] dies after 3 car crash in Hills  
        10/16/86 p.19
    Woman [Candi Liston] dies in car crash  11/20/86 p.14
    Cary resident's death stuns horseback riders [Janet De Napoli]  
        11/27/86 p.23

ADHESIVE & SEALANT COUNCIL
    Frank W. Durham, president  11/6/86 p.37

AIRPLANES
    Flights take restorer back to WWII days  9/4/86 p.26

ALE0, ANTHONY
    LB firms' gun case has landmark implications  11/27/86 p.5

ALEO, CYNTHIA
    LB firms' gun case has landmark implications  11/27/86 p.5

ALLIANCE OF BARRINGTON COMMUNITIES FOR DRUG EDUCATION
    Sees new year, new focus on efforts  10/9/86 p.12

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY
    Local resident [Richard J. Haayen] named CEO  10/2/86 p.70

AMERIKA (TELEVISION PROGRAM)
    BHS student cast in TV mini-series "Amerika"  3/20/86 p.17

ANDERSON, DAVID A.
    Appointed director of human resources at Good Shepherd Hospital  2/20/86 p.67

ANDERSON, EDWARD M.
    Hills man awaits sentence after conviction  2/6/86 p.20
    BH man gets 10 years for shooting wife  3/27/86 p.16

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    Annex law paves way for NB plan  8/28/86 p.20
    Petition to disannex land [Barr. Hills]  10/26/86 p.20

ANNIVERSARIES
    Golden celebration [Henry & Vivienne Witz]  3/27/86  p.36
    Golden wishes for Washos  4/10/86 p.29
    Countryside School to celebrate 35 years  5/29/86 p.14
    Boltmans mark 40th wedding anniversary  8/14/86 p.33
    Barrington Junior Women's Club marks 50th year of service  8/28/86 p.32
    Parish plans fest, anniversary  9/18/86 p.94
    Wenzel's marks 40 years in town  9/18/86 p.72
    Joseph and Anna Goth [60th anniversary]  9/18/86 p.30
    Former residents [Ruth and Henry Kincaid] feted on 50th  10/6/86 p.36
    Family ministry shines with silver anniversary [Village Church of Barrington]
        10/16/86 p.29
    The Norstroms feted for 65th  10/23/86 p.101

ARCHAEOLOGY
    Archaeologists can really dig area's early days  2/27/86 p.66

ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)
    Track's future  2/6/86 p.5
    No small plan for track, Arlington's current site  6/5/86 p.66
    Track's planned move  6/5/86 p.68

ARTISTS
    As Ruth Mead branches out, world is her canvas  1/16/86 p.17
    Artist [Penny Channer] puts maxi talent into mini medium  4/24/86 p.82
    Artist [Deborah Chabrian] quick on the draw, gets drop on success  9/25/86 p.25


ATTUNES, CYNTHIA
    Dundee Rd. car crash leaves Barrington infant in critical condition  3/20/86
        p.9

ATTUNES, JAMES
    Dundee Rd. car crash leaves Barrington infant in critical condition  3/20/86 
        p.9

BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE
    Conservationists say retail plan may harm birds  10/2/86 p.14

BAN, STEPHEN D.
    Selected to head Gas Research Institute, Chicago  4/24/86 p.58

BANDS (MUSIC)
    Progressive band [SIGMA] a blast for amp ears  11/6/86 p.33

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    Arts director ousted after squabbles  6/12/86 p.8
    Hires new director  11/20/86 p.18
    New BAAC director aids visibility campaign  12/25/86 p.25

BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPEMENT COUNCIL
    Linde wheels her way to annual BADC honor  6/12/86 p.17

BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
    Ambitious plans for museum expansion told  10/2/86 p.5

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Consultant to study space use at library  2/13/86 p.20
    BAL district combined annual budget and appropriation ordinance  7/24/86 p.89
    Treasurer's annual report  8/7/86 p.88
    Library offers "night owl" info service  9/18/86 p.13
    Increased demands force library to restock  10/23/86 p.8

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    N.C.A. evaluation taking place this year  1/16/86 p.9
    Local firm gets go-ahead for school plans  1/23/86 p.11
    Proposed 220 budget shows 4% hike  5/1/86 p.13
    Board facing tough choices on boundary lines  5/8/66 p.5
    Boundary plan would add to Countryside School 5/15/86 p.5
    Board OK's boundaries, moving kids to Countryside  5/22/86 p.5
    School land nets $2.2 million  5/22/86 p.17
    Schools look for new options for boundaries  6/5/86 p.8
    Hoffman parents howl over busing to C'ville school  6/19/86 p.5
    Residents not satisfied with 220 commitment  7/24/86 p.5
    Hills on access roads: "It's not in the cards"  8/7/86 p.12
    District 220 enrollment increases by three percent  9/11/86 p.12
    Salary hikes swell budget in District 220  9/25/86 p.22
    How do schools compare?  10/2/86 p.8
    Officials say "not bad" to report card results  10/30/86 p.16
    Annual financial statement  11/27/86 p.75

BARRINGTON DODGE
    Jim Johnson, owner  4/24/86 p.60

BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
    New firehouse location remains up in the air  8/28/86 p.22
    For retiring fireman, the flame still burns  10/2/86 p.35

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Vandals strike  8/14/86 p.19

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    Fiscal statement ending 4/30/86  9/18/66 p.95
    Petition to disannex land  11/20/86 p.20
    BH residents object to Algonquin subdivision  12/18/86 p.8

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Capital spending forces budget up  2/27/86 p.16
    Budget tops $10 million  5/1/86 p.5
    Village levy up 3.8% as capital costs settled  8/28/86 p.24
    Annual treasurer's report ending 4/30/86  10/23/86 p.84
    Water, sewer rates raised $4.14 per year  12/11/86 p.22

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    Writer, illustrator launch special gift  3/27/86 p.27
    Birdie Stallman has humorous book published  10/23/86 p.103

BARRINGTON, ILL.--GROWTH
    Growth trends forces revised boundary plan  5/29/86 p.5

BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY
    "Homes in the mail" was an old catalogue call  1/23/86 p.70
    Archaeologists can really dig area's early days  2/27/86 p.66

BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
    Marks 50th year of service  8/28/86 p.32

BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Out of the mouths of BMS babes, parenting program reinstated  2/27/86 p.8
    Schools suspend BMS teacher, order exam  4/24/86 p.5

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Parks find soccer fields too expensive a project  7/17/86 p.5
    Parks' mini-golf plans found not up to par  12/11/86 p.17

BARRINGTON SWEET TOOTH
    Sandra Janke and Irene Cravello, owners  8/28/86 p.53

BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Just nicks property owners  7/31/86 p.5

BELLAIRS, MAL
    Mal Bellairs continues Christmas tradition  12/18/86 p.34

BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD
    Builder plans homes on Bell's Orchard site  7/31/86 p.20
    Cupola caps renovation at Bell's Apple Orchard  9/18/86 p.23

BENSON, LAWRENCE
    Former cop appeals village dismissal  8/28/86 p.64
    Fired Barrington police sergeant may appeal circuit court findings  12/18/86 
        p.13

BERNS, STEVEN R.
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5

BLAESER, JAMES R.
    Realtor of the Year  10/30/86 p.71

BLOMSNESS, JEFFREY
    Carnival king gets his thrills on the ground  8/21/86 p.77

BOLTMAN, RON
    Boltmans mark 40th wedding anniversary  8/14/86 p.33

BOLTMAN, BERYL
    Boltmans mark 40th wedding anniversary  8/14/86 p.33

BONK, STANLEY
    Local man dies in LZ crash  5/29/86 p.15

BRABECK, JOHN
    Area musician seeks rock 'n' roll promised land  8/21/86 p.42

BRADLEY, MARVIN P.
    Cartoonist Bradley dies at 72  1/16/86 p.58

BROCK TRAVEL, INC.
    Cynthia Ryan, owner  5/22/86 p.74

BUEHLER YMCA
    Local control at center of Buehler YMCA  6/26/86 p.15

BUSCH, MICHAEL J.
    Sweep nets more arrests  5/8/86 p.18

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Large Barrington firms made big profits in '85  2/6/86 p.54
    Motor Werks of Barrington will cruise to Southgate location  2/13/86 p.86
    Consulting firm changes name [Howe-Weaver Inc.]  2/20/86 p.68
    Naprapathy Center opens in Barrington  3/13/86 p.78
    Bruce Mason named president of Foote, Cone and Belding  3/20/86 p.60
    Pampered Plant; Judy Daniels, owner  3/27/86 p.62
    Diversified Communications; Shirli Kaskie, owner  4/17/86 p.70
    Barrington Dodge; Jim Johnson, owner  4/24/86 p.60
    Interior Court; Arlene Kinnavy, owner  5/1/86 p.65
    Lube-Pro's International; Robert Steliga, owner 5/8/86 p.28
    Brock Travel, Inc.; Cynthia Ryan, owner  5/22/86 p.74
    Fox Valley Sports Medicine Center; Dr. Bates Noble, director  5/29/86 p.57
    Kaleidoscope Ltd. and School of Art; Carolyn Husemoller and Jill M. Funk,
        owners  6/19/86 p.70
    Travel Center Ltd.; Nancy Heitter and Terese Lesniauskas, owners  6/19/86 p.70
    William Nagy, president E.W. Corrigan Construction Co.  7/3/86 p.52
    Wine hobbyist fulfills grape expectations [The Wine Store]  7/9/87 p.83
    Harza Engineering Co.; D.J. Durk, president  7/24/86 p.60
    R.W. Haas [well and septic evaluations]  8/14/86 p.56
    Barrington Sweet Tooth; Sandra Janke and Irene Cravello, owners  8/28/86 p.53
    Seigle Home and Building Center  9/18/86 p.72
    Home Economist  9/18/86 p.72
    Namesake, Inc.; Lawrence DeMarino, owner  9/25/86 p.62
    D & B planning to sell Technical Publishing  9/25/86 p.12
    IK Design; Isaac Kornhauser, owner  11/13/86 p.63
    Graphic Source Art Gallery; Cameron Farley, owner  11/20/86 p.64
    County can't shutter Rand Road night club [Gay Paree]  12/4/86 p.17

CARLSON, WILLIAM H.
    Icy road causes crash  2/27/86 p.16

CENSUS
    Special report:  How suburbs are coming of age  1/2/86 p.7

CENTER FOR US-USSR INITIATIVES
    Citizen diplomat brings "Us and Them" closer  10/16/86 p.9

CHABRIAN, DEBORAH
    Artist quick on the draw, gets drop on success  9/25/86 p.25

CHANNER, PENNY
    Artist puts maximum talent into a mini medium  4/24/86 p.82

CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION
    Barrington pediatrician [Shirley Peterson] will get Citizen for Conservation
        award  1/30/86 p.14
    Doctor [Shirley J. Peterson] a natural pick for conservation award  2/6/86 p.14

COLLINS, JACK
    He's Mr. Organization of Miss Illinois Pageant  7/177/86 p.32

COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER (STATUE)
    Columbus sets sail  4/10/86 p.5

COOK, DEBBIE
    Archaeologists can really dig area's early days  2/27/86 p.66

COOK, HENRY
    Archaeologists can really dig area's early days  2/27/86 p.66

COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Real estate assessments for 1985  2/27/86 p.80

COOKERY
    Cookbook collector enjoys culinary challenges  3/6/86 p.67

COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL
    Boundary plan would add to Countryside School  5/15/86 p.5
    School to celebrate 35 years  5/29/86 p.14

COVERS, ED
    Tree man  12/11/86 p.93
CRAVELLO, IRENE
    Barrington Sweet Tooth  8/28/86 p.53

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Former school bus driver [Edward T. Gerding] hit with sex charges  1/9/86 p.5
    Man [Robert W. Schoffstall] pleads guilty on sex charges, gets 6 year minimum 
        security term  1/23/86 p.32
    Trial on for man [Louis M. Gapippo] accused of wife's murder  1/30/86 p.5
    Man [Edward T. Gerding] pleads not guilty to sex charges  3/6/86 p.21
    Drug dealer pleads guilty, awaits sentence  3/20/86 p.16
    Loot may be happy return for robbery victims  3/27/86 p.14
    BH man [Edward M. Anderson] gets 10 years for shooting wife  3/27/86 p.16
    Local teen [Susan Stottlemine] charged in fatal crash  4/10/86 p.89
    Drug seller gets 4 years probation  4/17/86 p.9
    Youths [Eric Waythol & Gary V. Marine] charged in burglary  4/17/86 p.18
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5
    Sweep nets more arrests  5/8/86 p.18
    Bank officials take possession of loot from 1981 lock box heist  5/22/86 p.8
    Man [Mario L. Hueramo] kills one in spree at Poplar Creek  8/14/86 p.65
    Ex-con charged in murder of Palatine woman  8/21/86 p.5
    Man indicted in string of area sex, assaults  9/4/86 p.75
    Man [Edward T. Gerding] convicted of molesting girls  9/11/86 p.26
    Owners of restaurant indicted on tax charges  10/9/86 p.8
    Postman held after gun threats  10/9/86 p.17
    Man [David Dockery] charged in thefts after stake out  10/30/86 p.22
    Man [Kevin Raines] accused of fraud denies club ownership  10/30/86 p.25
    Three area men indicted in shooting of cop  11/27/86 p.3
    More arrests to follow burglary ring break-up  12/11/86 p.8

CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Assessment roll for 1986  10/23/86 p.86

DANIELS, JUDY
    Pampered Plant  3/27/86 p.62

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
    DAR chapter awards honors to area students  2/13/86 p.32

DEER PARK, ILL.
    1986-87 appropriation  5/1/86 p.86

DE MARINO, LAWRENCE
    Namesake, Inc.  9/25/86 p.62

DE NAPOLI, JANET
    Cary resident's death stuns horseback riders  11/27/86 p.23

DESECKI, DANIEL A.
    One man dies after three car crash in Hills  10/16/86 p.19

DESPOTA, NINO
    Deli's "Grandpa" angles for the title as fin-est chef  9/18/86 p.89

DIVERSIFIED COMMUNICATIONS
    Shirli Kaskie, owner  4/17/86 p.70

DOCKERY, DAVID
    Man charged in thefts after stake out  10/23/86 p.22

DRASEN, GERALD T.
    LB firms' gun case has landmark implications  11/27/86 p.5

DRASEN MODEL
    LB firms' gun case has landmark implications  11/27/86 p.5

DREW, KENNETH
    Mailman coming home after liver transplant  10/9/86 p.20

DRUG ABUSE
    Barrington's war  6/5/86 p.5
    Kid's view  6/5/86 p.5
DRURY, STEVEN
    BHS senior cast in mini-series "Amerika"  3/20/86 p.17

DUCHOSSOIS, RICHARD
    Track's future  2/6/86 p.5

DUCK, D.J.
    President of Harza Engineering Co.  7/24/86 p.60

DURHAM, FRANK W.
    President of the Adhesive and Sealant Council  11/6/86 p.37

E.W. CORRIGAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
    William Nagy, president  7/3/66 p.52

ELECTIONS
    Primary elections, 1986; specimen ballot  3/13/86 p.5

EXPO PARK
    Hoffman plans move of Expo site in MSD  5/8/66 p.17
    Officials slam Expo plan; call it "casual myth"  8/28/86 p.5
    Expo win just another BACOG war  9/25/86 p.9
    Hoffman reopens fight for Expo Park sewer  12/18/86 p.17

FALESE, RONALD
    Barrington's "sole man" whose work shines  4/3/86 p.28

FARLEY, CAMERON
    Graphic Source Art Gallery  9/20/86 p.64

FELONI, BUCKY
    Couple's pet project sits well  6/19/86 p.92

FELONI, JANET
    Couple's pet project sits well  6/19/86 p.92

FIRES
    Airtight home prevented neighbor from noticing deadly fire inside  5/8/86 p.8
    Trustee leaves North Barrington post; police still baffled by home fire
        7/31/86 p.8

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON
    Loot may be happy return for robbery victims  3/27/86 p.14
    Bank officials take possession of loot from 1981 lock box heist  5/22/86 p.8

FOOTE, CONE AND BELDING
    Bruce Mason named president  3/20/86 p.60

FOX VALLEY SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER
    Dr. Bates Noble, director  5/29/86 p.57

FRAKENBERG, BLAKE
    Son's spirit flourishes in church youth lounge  10/9/86 p.39

FRAPPIER, JULIE
    Teen model Frappier collapses, dies at home  10/2/86 p.27
    Common diet pills held cause in model's death  12/4/86 p.8

FUNK, JILL M.
    Kaleidoscope Ltd. and School of Art  6/19/86 p.70

GAMBLING
    Cops say gambling club a risky role of the dice  7/17/86 p.18

GAPIPPO, LOUIS M.
    Trial on for man accused of wife's murder  1/30/86 p.5

GAS RESEARCH INSTITUTE
    Stephen D. Blin selected to head Gas Research Institute, Chicago  4/24/86 p.5

GATEWAY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Jewel links "store of the future" to proposed Gateway plan  10/30/86 p.7
    Jewel holding fast to Gateway center plans  11/20/86 p.5
    "I'll pay for safety", Gateway builder says  12/4/86 p.5
    Developer says center would reverse sales losses  12/4/86 p.17
    Planners put Gateway proposal to the test  12/11/86 p.5
    Gateway developer adds 5 acres to plan  12/25/86 p.5

GATEWAY PARK
    Spruce-up set to begin on new gateway park  9/4/86 p.14

GAY PAREE
    County can't shutter Rand Road nightclub  12/4/86 p.17

GERDING, EDWARD T.
    Former school bus driver hit with sex charges  1/9/86 p.5
    Man pleads not guilty to sex charges  3/6/86 p.21
    Man convicted of molesting girls  9/11/86 p.26

GERDISCH, MARTIN E.
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5

GILBERT, RICHARD W.
    Field Corp. names N.Y. executive president, publisher of Pioneer  9/18/86 p.21

GIVOT, STEVEN
    Givot on the run again with Libertarian flag  10/23/86 p.16

GLANTZ, RICHARD H.
    Quaker Oats senior vice president to retire after 43 years with firm  1/30/86
        p.29

GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Triangle glitters  4/10/86 p.8

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    David A. Anderson appointed director of human resources  2/20/86 p.67
    Plans to open psych unit  2/20/86 p.18

GOODMAN, ANTHONY A.
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5

GOODMAN, KENNETH
    At 75, Kenneth Goodman finds love of people, music are key  8/28/86 p.25

GOTH, ANNA
    60th anniversary  9/18/86 p.30

GOTH, JOSEPH
    60th anniversary  9/18/86 p.30

GRANDPA'S DELI
    Deli's "Grandpa" angles for title as fin-est chef  9/18/86 p.89

GRAPHIC SOURCE ART GALLERY
    Cameron Farley, owner  11/20/86 p.64

GROM, KENNETH
    Following 40 years he'll pass up the pipes  7/3/86 p.49

HAAS, R.W.
    Well and septic evaluations  8/14/86 p.56

HAAYEN, RICHARD J.
    Local resident named Allstate Insurance CEO  10/2/86 p.70

HALLBERG, GARY
    Barrington golfer finishes in the money at 83rd Western Open  8/7/86 p.91

HANDICAPPED
    Local firm transports physically challenged  2/19/86 p.62

HANSEN, BARBARA
    Hansen says mind's eye key to her flower power  3/6/86 p.25

HARDMAN, NANCY
    Airtight home prevented neighbor from noticing deadly fire inside  5/8/86 p.8

HARVEY, JOSEPH
    Ex-con charged in murder of Palatine woman  8/21/86 p.5

HARZA ENGINEERING CO.
    D.J. Duck, president  7/24/86 p.60

HEINEMANN, HERBERT, REV.
    Herbert Heinemann, 71, pastor, Rotary member dies 10/27/86  10/30/86 p.37

HEITTER, NANCY
    Travel Center Ltd.  6/19/86 p.70

HEMBREY, LOTTIE
    Hembreys celebrate on Sunday  6/19/86 p.31

HEMBREY, MAX
    Hembreys celebrate on Sunday  6/19/86 p.31

HERNET, GLENN
    Man indicted in string of area sex assaults  9/4/86 p.75

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
    Col. Palmer House  12/31/86 p.13
    Historic homes here near landmark status  3/20/86 p.8

HOFFMAN, PAUL E.
    Takes helm of conservationists  3/6/86 p.78

HOME ECONOMIST
    Home Economist  9/18/86 p.72

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZED TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
    HOPE suit will seek to void Smith proposal  7/10/86 p.5
    David F. Nelson gets HOPE award  2/13/86 p.14

HORNING, MICHAEL J.
    Sweep nets more arrests  5/8/86 p.18

HORSES
    Smith's a shoe-in with area saddle-horse set  9/11/86 p.29
    Cary resident's death [Janet De Napoli] stuns horseback riders  11/27/86 p.23

HOSPICES (TERMINAL CARE)
    Hospice may get license soon  1/16/86 p.14
    State nod opens door for hospice service  2/20/86 p.9

HOUGH STREET SCHOOL
    Hough School addition gets okay for $450,000  4/3/86 p.5
    Board balks on Hough School repair project  9/18/86 p.14
    For $30,000 Hough may get new classroom  10/23/86 p.17
    Additional $50,000 pushes repair costs to $678,600  12/25/86 p.20

HOUSING
    Law would push accords on public housing  1/16/86 p.9
    Builder concessions can't save multi-family plan  2/27/86 p.5
    Lake County asks village for low income housing  10/2/86 p.30
    County housing plan raises local eyebrows  10/23/86 p.5

HOWE-WEAVER INC.
    Consulting firm changes name [formerly W. Lawrence Howe and Associates, Inc.]
        2/20/86 p.68

HUERAMO, MARIO L.
    Man kills one in spree at Poplar Creek  8/14/86 p.65

HUNNICUTT, ROBIN
    Smith's a shoe-in with the area saddle-horse set  9/11/86 p.29

HUSEMOLLER, CAROLYN
    Kaleidoscope Ltd. and School of Art  6/19/86 p.70

HUTCHINGS, ROY
    Don't get in a lather if you can't find a shave  4/10/86 p.81

IK DESIGN
    Isaac Kornhauser, owner  11/13/86 p.63

INTERIOR COURT
    Arlene Kinnavy, owner  5/1/86 p.65

JANKE, SANDRA
    Barrington Sweet Tooth  8/28/86 p.53

JEWEL FOOD STORES
    Jewel eyes move to site outside downtown  8/7/86 p.9
    Developer courts Jewel for plaza, condo plan  8/21/86 p.12
    Residents gear up for battle over Jewel site  9/18/86 p.5
    Residents signing up to fight food store plan  10/9/86 p.5

JOHNSON, JIM
    Barrington Dodge  4/24/86 p.60

JOHNSON, RICHARD C.
                Forty years on...and a final bow for Johnson  5/22/86 p.25

JONES, JASON C.
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5

KALEIDOSCOPE LTD & SCHOOL OF ART
    Carolyn Husemoller & Jill M. Funk, owners  6/19/86 p.70

KAPTUR, JOHN M.
    Bikes from way back  7/16/86 p.36

KASKIE, SHIRLI
    Diversified Communications  4/17/86 p.70

KELLER, DON
    Flights take restorer back to WWII days  9/4/86 p.26

KEMPER REINSURANCE COMPANY
    Donald P. Smith promoted president  5/1/86 p.60

KINCAID, HENRY
    Former residents feted on 50  10/6/86 p.36

KINCAID, RUTH
    Former residents feted on 50  10/6/86 p.36

KINNAVY, ARLENE
    Interior Court  5/1/66 p.65

KLEIN, TED
    More arrests to follow burglary ring break-up  12/11/86 p.8

KORNHAUSER, ISAAC
    IK Design  11/13/86 p.63

KREISMAN, DONNA
    Proudly she'll hail for a stint in the spotlight  6/19/86 p.27

KRILICH, ROBERT
    Drug dealer pleads guilty, awaits sentence  3/20/86 p.16
    Drug seller gets 4 years probation  4/17/86 p.9

LAKE BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Parks shut their doors over lack of insurance  2/13/86 p.5

LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Commercial plan set for area of LB Shores  10/20/86 p.18

LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Law would push accords on public housing  1/16/86 p.9
    Multiplier says county assessments done fairly  1/16/86 p.12
    List of tax rates  4/17/86 p.13
    County asks village for low-income housing  10/2/86 p.30
    County housing plan raises local eyebrows  10123/86 p.5

LAMPMAN, HOWARD
    BH man dies of gunshot  4/10/86 p.12

LAST NATIONAL BANK (RESTAURANT)
    Balk on permit stalls eatery  2/20/86 p.5
    Last National Bank first choice of looters  3/6/86 p.5
    Owners of restaurant indicted on tax charges  10/9/86 p.8

LERE, O.J.
    Former reporter recalls digging Nelson story  11/27/86 p.20

LESNIAUSKAS, TERESE
    Travel Center Ltd  6/19/86 p.70

LEXINGTON DEVELOPMENT CORP.
    Builder concessions can't save multi-family plan  2/27/86 p.5

LIBERTARIAN PARTY
    Givot on the run again with Libertarian Flag  10/23/86 p.16

LIMBER, PAUL
    Limber will lead Kiwanis  12/4/86 p.104

LINEAL, PETER B.
    Small business person  7/24/86 p.59

LIQUOR LAWS
    Restaurants cry foul over plan to cork licenses  4/3/86 p.5

LISTON, CANDI
    Woman dies in car crash  11/20/86 p.14

LUBE-PRO'S INTERNATIONAL
    Robert Steliga, owner  5/8/86 p.28

MARINE, GARY V.
    Youths charged in burglary  4/17/86 p.18

MASON, BRUCE
    Named president of Foote, Cone and Belding  3/20/86 p.60

MASUR, MATTHEW
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5

MCHUGH, PAUL
    Palatine family of bagpipers gives a hoot  9/11/86 p.88

MCLEAN, WILLIAM D. III
    Local rector accepts call to Siesta Key  4/10/86 p.24    

MEAD, RUTH
    As Mead branches out, world is her canvas  1/16/86 p.17

MELOY, PAT
    Her travels, artifacts make class come alive  8/21/86 p.19

MENCK, RIC
    Area musician seeks rock'n'roll promised land  8/21/86 p.42

MERWIN, DAVID H.
    Barrington duo game to enter kids' market  6/12/86 p.25

METLOW, MICHAEL
    Long Grove youths missing; police seek dad  9/11/86 p.95

METLOW, MICHELLE
    Long Grove youths missing; police seek dad  9/11/86 p.95

MILLER, GLENN E.
    Former board chairman suffers fatal heart attack  6/12/86 p.22

MOON, KAREN
    For Karen Moon, River's act puts sizzle in her hot lips  8/26/86 p.26

MORTON, PHILIP G.
    Student found hanged at military school  2/13/86 p.15

MOSELEY, VIRGINIA
    Family draws big plan for its canine crooner  11/27/86 p.31

MOTOR WERKS OF BARRINGTON
    Will cruise to Southgate location  2/13/86 p.5

NADHERNY, RUSSELL
    Hospital volunteer still engineers lot of service  10/16/86 p.17

NAGY, WILLIAM
    President, E.W. Corrigan Construction Co.  7/3/86 p.52

NAPRAPATHY CENTER
    Center opens in Barrington  3/13/86 p.76

NAMESAKE, INC.
    Lawrence De Marino, owner  9/25/86 p.62

NELSON, GEORGE "BABY FACE"
    "Save More", no more ... gas station falls where Nelson ambushed  7/31/86 p.5
    Former reporter recalls digging Nelson story  11/27/86 p.21

NELSON, DAVID F.
    Gets HOPE award  2/13/86 p.14

NESAND CORP.
    LB firms' gun case has landmark implications  11/27/86 p.5

NICKLAUS, JACK
    Nicklaus named to lead Stone golf course plan  7/3/86 p.5
    Nicklaus designed community attracts interest  7/24/86 p.5
    Nicklaus stops in area to see golf course land  9/4/86 p.8

NOEL, RONALD L.
    Man killed in head-on crash  6/5/86 p.79

NOBBE, DAVID E.
    Psychologist has key to easing pet peeves  2/20/86 p.38

NOBLE, BATES
    Director, Fox Valley Sports Medicine Center  5/29/86 p.57

NORSTROM, HARRY
    The Norstroms feted for 65  10/23/86 p.101

NORSTROM, LILLIAN
    The Norstroms feted for 65  10/23/86 p.101

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Voters give Stone land N. Barrington address  3/20/66 p.5
    Nicklaus named to lead Stone golf course plan  7/3/86 p.5
    Nicklaus designed community attracts interest  7/24/86 p.5
    Trustee leaves N. Barrington post; police still baffled by home fire  7/31/86
        p.8
    Create new golf course zoning  7/31/86 p.8
    Rewrite on Stone accord means 425 homes  8/14/86 p.5
    Annex law paves way for NB plan  8/28/86 p.23
    Nicklaus stops in area to see golf course land  9/4/86 p.8
    Hearings being in NB on "little suburbias"  12/4/86 p.24
    NB likes buffer idea, but fails to approve it  12/25/86 p.5

OLESKOW, KENNETH B.
    Man killed in collision with train  2/6/86 p.80

OTTENAD, BOB
                Lions Club led by Bob Ottenad  9/18/86 p.37

PAGE, RONALD
                Three area men indicted in shooting of cop  11/27/86 p.30

PAMPERED PLANT
    Judy Daniels, owner  3/27/86 p.62

PASTA IMPROMPTU
    Opens new business  3/6/86 p.50

PETERSON, SHIRLEY
    Barrington pediatrician will get Citizen for Conservation award  1/30/86 p.14
    Doctor a natural pick for conservation award  2/6/86 p.14

PHILDIUS, KEITH A.
    Big bust nets 13 arrests, drugs worth $500,000  5/1/86 p.5

PIECECORPS QUILTERS
    Keeps tradition of quilting, conversation  9/18/86 p.80

POLICE
    Former cop (Lawrence Benson] appeals Village dismissal  8/28/86 p.64
    Fired Barrington police sergeant may appeal circuit court findings  12/18/86
        p.13

POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATER
    Man [Mario L. Hueramo] kills one in spree at Poplar Creek  8/14/86 p.65

PORNOGRAPHY
    Barrington couple staging protest against 7-11 adult magazine sales  3/6/86 p.9
    7-11 stands up to protest  4/17/86 p.5
    Adult bookstore faces shut-down over building code  7/17/86 p.22
    County vows to halt building at bookstore  11/20/86 p.19
    Court order halts construction at Twp. adult bookstore site  11/27/86 p.17

QUAKER OATS
    Quaker Oats senior vice-president, Richard H. Glantz, to retire after 43 years
        with firm  1/30/86 p.29

QUILTING
    Piececorps Quilters keeps tradition of quilting, conversation  9/18/86 p.80

RAINES, KEVIN
    Man accused of fraud denies club ownership  10/30/86 p.25

RECON OPTICAL, INC.
    Specter of spying, court fight loom over Recon  8/21/86 p.5
    Recon fight with Israel will go to arbitrators  9/18/86 p.9
    Recon-Israeli dispute heads for court fight  10/16/86 p.16
    Israeli dispute leads to layoffs  10/30/86 p.7
    Recon seeks injunction in Israeli contract row  11/20/86 p.8
    Feds search Recon in defense contract probe  12/11/86 p.12

RICKERT, KATHLEEN
    Details of Christmas live in her crafts  12/4/86 p.83

ROADS
    BACOG head says extension plan for Route 53 bad news for area  5/22/86 p.8
    Crash [Route 22] renews debate on hospital speed zone  7/17/86 p.8
    Hills on access roads: "It's not in the cards"  8/7/86 p.12
    Lake-Cook Rd. issue goes to advisory ballot  8/28/86 p.5
    Public generally backs big Hough fix-up plan  9/11/86 p.12
    Nelson may push tax to fund Hough fix-ups 10  1/9/86 p.5
    Hough fix up plan on, but utility tax scuttled  11/6/86 p.5
    Voters send message: "Negotiate on Lake-Cook"  11/6/86 p.5
    Road control eyed, but Hough plan in limbo  11/13/86 p.7

RON BEESE PARK
    Parks find soccer fields too expensive a project  7/17/86 p.5

RUSNAK, DIANA J.
    Woman found dead in car  1/2/86 p.55

RYAN, CYNTHIA
    Brock Travel, Inc.  5/22/86 p.74

SADOWSKI, DAVID L.
    Barrington duo game to enter kids market  6/12/86 p.25

ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
    The bells of St. Michael's  10/23/86 p.33

"SAVE MORE"
    "Save More" no more [Smiddy's]  7/31/86 p.5

SCHALLER, JOHN
    New station manager just loves microphones  11/27/86 p.18

SCHMIDT, MARCIA
    Naprapathy Center opens in Barrington  3/13/86 p.78

SCHOFFSTALL, ROBERT W.
    Man pleads guilty on sex charges, gets 6 year minimum security term  1/23/86
        p.32

SCHULTZ, W. FRANKLIN
    Dies 9/9/86  9/11/86 p.26

SEIBERLICH, RICHARD
    A nod on "Late Night" good sign for a new sign  4/24/86 p.22

SEIGLE HOME AND BUILDING CENTER
    Seigle Home and Building Center  9/18/86 p.72

SENDRA CORP.
    LB firms' gun case has landmark implications  11/27/86 p.5

7-11
    Barrington couple staging protest against 7-11 adult magazine sales  3/6/86 p.9
    7-11 stands up to protest  4/17/86 p.5
    After victory over local 7-11 couple vows porn fight to go on  6/12/86 p.6

SHEARER, LESLIE
    Neighbors honor slain landlord  4/10/86 p.14

SHERRILL, MICHAEL
                More arrests to follow burglary ring break-up  12/11/86 p.8

SIGMA (BAND)
    Progressive band a blast for amp ears  11/6/86 p.33

SITTLER, WILLIAM R.
    CEO Suburban Hospital, Hinsdale  10/30/86 p.72

SMARTO, WILLIAM
    Loot may be happy return for robbery victims  3/27/86 p.14
    Bank officials take possession of loot from 1981 lock box heist  5/22/86 p.8

SMIDDY'S
    "Save More" no more ... gas station falls where Nelson ambushed  7/31/86 p.5

SMITH, DONALD R.
    Promoted president of Kemper Reinsurance Company  5/1/86 p.60

SMITH, LAURA C.
    Woman killed in car crash  5/22/86 p.14

SMITH, RICHARD C.
    HOPE suit will seek to avoid Smith proposal  7/10/86 p.5

SOO LINE
    RTA weighs SOO Line to aid area commuters  9/11/86 p.87

SPREYER, MARK
    Spreyer's special skills are really for the birds  6/5/86 p.76

SPRING CREEK VALLEY FOREST PRESERVE
    Officials mull stance on model farm plans  11/13/86 p.26
    Neighbors plow through plan for county farm  12/4/86 p.15

STALLMAN, BIRDIE
    Has humorous book published  10/23/86 p.103

STATE BANK OF LAKE ZURICH
    Beaubien's bank is 70  4/10/86 p.40

STELGIA, ROBERT
    Lube-Pro's International  5/8/86 p.28

STOHL, DENNIS H.
    Postman held after gun threats  10/9/86 p.17

STONE, W. CLEMENT
    Voters give Stone land N. Barrington address  3/20/86 p.5
    Nicklaus named to lead Stone golf plan  7/3/86 p.5
    Nicklaus designed community attracts interest  7/24/86 p.5
    Create new golf course zoning  7/31/86 p.8
    Rewrite on Stone accord means 425 homes  8/14/86 p.5
    Annex law paves way for NB plan  8/28/86 p.23
    Nicklaus shops area to see golf course land  9/4/86 p.8

STOTTLEMIRE, SUSAN
    Local teen charged in fatal crash  4/10/86 p.89

SUBURBAN HOSPITAL
    William R. Sittler, CEO  10/30/86 p.72

SZAKONYI, ED
    It's a small world [doll housel  3/20/86 p.76

SZOPINSKI, ARLENE
    Hands-on angora farm works fur fun, profit  3/6/86 p.65

TAXATION
    Annual levies give answer to million dollar question  9/25/86 p.5

TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Just nicks property owners  7/31/86 p.5

TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Real Estate Assessments for 1985  2/27/86 p.80

TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Assessment role for 1986  10/23/86 p.86

TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Multiplier says county assessments done fairly  1/16/86 p.12
    List of tax rates  4/17/86 p.13

TECHNICAL PUBLISHING
    D & B planning to sell Technical Publishing  9/25/86 p.12

THANE, ALEXANDER, REV.
    Parish plans fest, anniversary  9/18/86 p.94

THEODORE, JACQUE
    Writer, illustrator launches special gift  3/27/86 p.27

THORNHILL, JERRY A.
    Doctor's pet projects make medical miracles  11/20/86 p.81

TOWER LAKES, ILL.
    Financial report '85-86  8/28/86 p.56

TRAVEL CENTER LTD.
    Nancy Heitter and Terese Lesniauskas, owners  6/19/86 p.70

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Postal vets stamp jobs with personal touch  1/23/86 p.19
    Commons postal facility opens on Tuesday  2/13/86 p.16
    New post office plans unveiled  8/14/86 p.5
    Village pressure wins review of postal plans  9/11/86 p.5

VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON
    Family ministry shines with silver anniversary  10/16/86 p.29

W. LAWRENCE HOWE AND ASSOCIATES
    Consulting firm changes name [Howe-Weaver, Inc.]  2/20/86 p.68

WARFIELD, MAUDE GLOVER
    Mrs. Warfield celebrates 100th  4/17/86 p.89

WASHO, EVELYN
    Golden wishes for Washos  4/10/86 p.29

WASH0, WILLIAM
    Golden wishes for Washos  4/10/86 p.29

WATER SUPPLY
    Tide swings toward demand for lake water  1/2/86 p.11

WENZEL'S JEWELERS
    Wenzel's marks 40 years in town  9/18/86 p.72

WESTERBERG, TORGNY J.
    Imaginative menagerie nestles in Inverness  9/4/86 p.70

WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)
    Availability and prize winners  5/8/86 p.23

WIDMAR, SUE
    Teacher still gets blast from space connection  10/23/86 p.21

WILLMANN, PAUL K.
    Sweep nets more arrests  5/8/86 p.18

WITZ, HENRY
    Village residents celebrate 50 golden years of marriage  3/20/86 p.34
    Golden celebration [name correction from previous week]  3/27/86 p.36

WITZ, VIVIENNE
    Village residents celebrate 50 golden years of marriage  3/20/86 p.34
    Golden celebration [name correction from previous week]  3/27/86 p.36

WOYTHAL, ERIC
    Youths charged in burglary  4/17/86 p.18

WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Voters give Stone land N. Barrington address  3/20/86 p.5
    Nicklaus named to lead Stone golf course plan  7/3/86 p.5
    Nicklaus designed community attracts interest  7/24/86 p.5
    Create new golf course zoning  7/31/86 p.14
    Rewrite on Stone accord means 425 homes  8/14/86 p.5
    Annex law paves way for NB plan  8/28/86 p.23
    Nicklaus shops area to see golf course land  9/4/86 p.8

YEAR-IN-REVIEW
    The year in review 1985  1/9/86 p.47
    A look at '86  12/25/86 p.13

YOUNG, JEAN
    Teachers' short stay ending 24 years  5/22/86 p.103

ZARLENGA, PETER NIVIO
    Cops say gambling club a risky roll of the dice  7/17/86 p.18

ZEHR, LORRAINE
    Not shy but retiring, Zehr views 23 years  2/27/86 p.12

ZONING
    Create new golf course zoning  7/31/86 p.8

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