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Barrington Courier-Review Index 1982

ACCIDENTS
    Teen [Gregory Trocke] sentenced for car crash  3/11/82 p.11
    Man [Mark Nolan] charged after crash  3/11/82 p.76
    16 accidents in 1981 at Hough, Rt.14  4/1/82 p.5
    State to cut car speeds near Grove school  5/27/82 p.23
    Man [Donald Wolfe] sentenced in accident case  7/1/82 p.12

ADAMS, CHRISTINA
    Profiles in Achievement  12/30/82 p.8

ALCOHOL AND YOUTH
    Group [Parents Who Care] seeking no-alcohol pledge for adolescents  
	    1/28/82 p.13

ALCOHOLISM
    Alcoholics counselor Walter Darson (picture)  5/27/82 p.41

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY
    Now in SB (picture)  8/26/92 p.56

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN
    Celebrates 10th  anniversary  3/11/82 p.32

AMOROSO, MICHELLE
    Has Lyric Opera part at 13  10/14/82 p.75

ANDERSON, CARL A.
    Couple marks 50th  11/10/92 p.31

ANIMALS--TREATMENT OF
    Eleven dogs poisoned at breeder's kennel  4/8/82 p.5

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    Poplar Hills files another disannexation initiative  1/14/82 p.16
    Annexation pact extended in hopes of settling server issue [Beverly]  1/21/82
        p.10
    District 220 wants disannex ended  2/18/82 p.9
    Judge to decide on disannex case  3/4/82 p.27
    Poplar Hills decision near?  4/15/82 p.70
    Stone developer tells NB he will not annex  6/10/82 p.7
    Disannexation to cost all 3 districts  6/10/82 p.20
    NB to study new annex bid  7/1/82 p.7
    Hayter moves to take more District 220 land  7/22/82 p.17
    Deer Park annex plan hearing Aug. 16  7/22/82 p.50
    Inverness okays new annexation  12/9/82 p.23

ANNIVERSARIES
    Couple marks 50 years wed  1/28/82 p.28
    AAUW celebrates 110th anniversary  3/11/82 p.32
    Genevieve & Louis Samboski celebrate golden anniversary  6/9/82 p.28
    Catherine and Edmond Wilkins 60th anniversary  7/22/82 p.28
    Community Church of Barrington celebrates it's 135 year  10/14/82 p.17
    Harper College 15th anniversary  10/14/82 p.17
    McIntosh Builders marks 75th year  10/21/82 p.48
    St. Matthew Lutheran Church starts golden jubilee  11/11/82 p.12
    25 years ago Deer Park born to block big city  11/11/82 p.70
    Couple [Mr. & Mrs. Carl A. Anderson] marks 50th  11/18/82 p.31

ANTINUCLEAR MOVEMENT
    Church women join campaign  2/18/82 p.28

ARMSTRONG, BEA
    Libertarian candidate  10/21/82 p.24

ARTISTS
    Artist [Mitzi Seaton] returns home for her first exhibit  2/4/82 p.28

AUTHORS
    Harper trustee authors article on economic business tours  7/8/82 p.14

AZNAVOORIAN, MARTIN
    Violinist takes grand championship in music contest  12/16/82 p.28

BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE
    Unauthorized fill in Bakers Lake completely removed  7/22/82 p.62

BARESEL, DAVID
    Road boss sentenced; 2 years $65,000; case chronology  1/14/82 p.69

BARNETT, LAURA
    Optimism spurs stroke victim  8/26/82 p.20

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    Sandy Berris, president  1/21/82 p.23

BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    William Leeson, president  1/21/82 p.16
    Norm Zilmer, president  2/4/82 p.58
    Esther Shulty, greeter  8/12/82 p.44
    Jacque Moister wins Chamber's Award of Merit  9/23/82 p.22

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
    BACOG wants Beatrice decision postponed  1/28/82 p.11
    Officials tell specifics of border talks between Hayter & BACOG  6/24/82 p.49
    Changing guidelines  9/23/82 p.15

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING
    Gets BADC as permanent sponsor  1/14/82 p.14

BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
    Barrington Area Council on Aging gets BADC as permanent sponsor  1/14/92 p.14
    Lauds Flo Bash  5/20/82 p.14
    BADC lauds Bill Miller  5/20/82 p.14

BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
    Announces landmark living festival  5/6/82 p.20
    Arthur L. Rice Jr., president  7/29/82 p.34

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Amnesty Day big success  1/7/82 p.20
    Grant, gifts boosts library funds  1/21/82 p.18
    Virginia Kraft doing story time (cover picture)  4/15/82 p.4
    Library budget to fund automatic circulation, more books, cassettes  7/8/82
        p.10
    Barrington Public Library District combined annual budget & ordinance  7/15/82
        p.68
    Treasurer's annual report  8/12/82 p.70
    Lowers '82 tax levy  9/9/82 p.19
    Zebra labels (picture)  10/7/82 p.20
    Dr. J.P. Voult  10/28/82 p.39
    Library race petitions ready  12/17/82 p.12

BARRINGTON AREA UNITED DRIVE
    Man & computer coming to aid BAUD  9/23/82 p.20

BARRINGTON BAZAAR
    La Ra Sharpe opens new store  4/1/82 p.49

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    Tax goof and Fed flap  1/7/82 p.13
    $4 million in bonds approved for upgrading schools  1/21/82 p.11
    Chairmen got new salary level  1/21/82 p.14 
    Corrections in salary levels  1/28/82 p.17 
    Wants disannex ended  2/18/82 p.9 
    Caucus group begins  2/18/82 p.12 
    Judge to decide disannex case  3/4/82 p.27 
    Critical decisions determine direction of Dist. 220 schools  3/25/82 p.14
    New calendar  3/25/82 p.16
    Votes lay off for 50 shifts for 9  4/8/92 p.10
    New school caucus to form May 21 with delegate selection  4/15/82 p.16
    Schools closely watch "right to strike" bill  4/29/82 p.10
    Poplar Hills resident asks 220 to back off  4/29/82 p.13
    Phys. Ed. teacher fired for 2nd time  5/6/82 p.23
    Caucus eyeing 1983 open seats  5/20/82 p.5
    Caucus turn out big  5/27/82 p.14
    Judge removes Poplar Hills from District 220  6/3/82 p.5
    Disannexation to cost all 3 districts  6/10/82 p.20
    Hayter threatens Dist. 220 over Poplar Hills  6/17/82 p.5
    To appeal Poplar Hills ruling  6/24/82 p.10
    School Unit largely responsible for tax hike  7/15/82 p.5
    School district spending critic hoping for big turnout at meeting  7/15/82 p.15
    Critics tell Dist. 220 no more tax increases  7/22/82 p,5
    Hayter moves to take ' more District 220 land  7/22/82 p.17
    Schools cut,$900,000, null teacher pact  8/12/82,p.5
    Planned levy could boost school taxes 7%  8/19/82 p.5
    Teacher layoff plan: contract play or key?  8/26/82 p.5
    Teachers won't strike  9/2/82 p.10
    Starting salary here rates high  9/2/82 p.10
    Teacher layoff clause still the sticking point  9/9/82 p.5
    Board, teachers, pact no closer  9/16/82 p.5
    Plan group endorses bank building proposal  9/16/82 p.10
    200 fewer students  9/16/82 p.48
    Tax increase will offset future deficits: school  9/23/82 p.12
    School tax critic seeks support  9/23/82 p.14
    Teacher "cross training" stymies contract settlement  9/23/82 p.18
    Levy at 5% more than 1981  9/30/82 p.5
    Contract talks  9/30/82 p.19
    Board negotiator finds talks with teachers encouraging  10/7/82 p.12
    School administration shuffle saving money  10/21/82 p.15
    Reviews bus policy  10/21/82 p.16
    Caucus prepares for election  11/11/82 p.12
    Teacher's union administration still discussing two year old issues  11/18/82
        p.10
    Teacher union school board still differ on teacher layoff proposal  12/2/82 
        p.11

BARRINGTON EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
    Barrington Educators Association donates books to hospital (picture)  2/18/82
        p.12

BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
    Attempts to change fire operation mostly axed  6/10/82 p.22
    Manager has new fire chief picked but is waiting for job description  6/17/82
        p.12
    Steven Figved first full time fire chief  8/5/82 p.5
    Fire chief vows close volunteer, village ties  8/12/82 p.7
    Enters new age of computers  9/9/82 p.18
    Fire's beginning to die out  9/30/82 p.14

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Police-looking into beating  1/14/82 p.72
    Judge may rule on pupils rights  2/11/82 p.14
    Duffy loses court fight  2/18/82 p.5
    Guard at HS sprayed in eyes with chemical  3/4/82 p.5
    Fight for BHS student presidency by Duffy still alive in courts  3/4/82 p.18
    BHS students mourn death of Phil Mark  5/13/82 p.5
    Year after overturned election, Duffy elected  6/3/82 p.12
    BHS principal's lie precipitates reassignment  7/22/82 p.5
    Volker Engel acting principal  7/29/82 p.7
    New choir director hired  8/5/82 p.16
    Reunion: class of ‘32  9/2/82 p.21
    Can BHS be compared fairly with New Trier?  12/23/82 p.5

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    McHenry may fund new BH bridge study  2/4/82 p.11
    New budget includes repairs  7/1/82 p.17
    $1.3 million BH spending ceiling  7/29/92 p.7
    Legal bills unpaid after trustee criticizes charges  8/26/82 p.10
    Tax levy could add $20 to tax bill  8/26/82 p.11
    Conflicts over statute stirs debate over clerk's husband  8/26/82 p.12
    State court decision may boost Fox bridge  10/21/82 p.5
    Area battling NIPC plan  11/11/82 p.5
    Bridge an issue in zoning fight  11/11/82 p.5
    4 bridge sites now under study  11/25/432 p.10

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    No new taxes on business  1/28/82 p.70
    Employees may get 6.5% salary hike offer  2/4/82 p.10
    Kolner files first, Forseborg tells platform  2/9/82 p.5
    Proposed budget  2/18/82 p.13
    $1 million in street sewer repair presented to Barrington board  3/11/82 p.68
    10% pay-benefits set for village workers  3/18/82 p.19
    $7 million budget approved, 5 to I vote  4/15/82 p.19
    Examines law that Chamber says will hurt fast food restaurants  4/15/82 p.19
    Trego, again to promote his public safety ideas  6/10/82 p.10
    Clock running out for village objecting to Lake County plan  6/17/82 p.14
    Motor removal downtown plan  7/1/82 p.14
    Full time chief cross training gets panel nod  7/15/82 p.5 
    Residents object to special assessment  7/29/82 p.14 
    Considers 13.5% tax levy hike 8/5/82 p.11 
    Opts for 9% ‘83 tax levy Increase  8/12/82 p.10 
    Village paves way for parking lot  8/12/82 p.11 
    Annual Treasurer's report  8/19/82 p.84 
    Village votes to raise garbage rate  8/26/82 p.11 
    Plumbing, bonds, cable TV, buying road  11/11/82 p.10 
    Focus on Triangle  11/18/82 p.5 
    Board race all newcomers  12/16/82 p.10

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    G. Chapman Peterson (cover picture)  2/4/82 p.4
    Rozman Hader  2/25/82 p.16
    Dr. J.P. Voute  10/28/82 p.39

BARRINGTON, ILL--HISTORY
    Barrington's name  12/2/82 p.22

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Park District .Board honors Miller for 25 years service to Barrington  3/11/82 
        p.l9
    Cash Receipts & Disbursements  4/1/82 p.78
    Improvement help sought   4/15/82 p.12
    Treasurer's annual report  5/27/82 p.95

BARRINGTON STATE BANK
    Suburban group buys Barrington State Bank  1/28/82 p.54
    James Fitzgerald, president  3/11/82 p.53
    Penn Square collapse touches Barrington  8/19/82 p.10

BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL
    10 community groups ask for revenue sharing  1/28/82 p.18
    Eight community organizations to get township revenue sharing  2/11/82 p.10
    Tentative township budget up 7%  2/11/82 p.11
    Road fund expenditures to drop 7%  4/1/82 p.11
    $3020000 budget-passes Tuesday  4/15/82 p.71

BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES
    Seeks zoning  1/21/82 p.13
    Zoning okayed despite protest  2/25/82 p.16

BASH, FLO
    BADC lauds Flo Bash  5/20/82 p.14

BEATRICE FOODS
    Beatrice office hearing Monday  1/7/82 p.10
    Tells site plans  1/14/82 p.63
    Hoffman Estates asks for Beatrice review  1/21/82 p.10
    BACOG wants Beatrice decision postponed  1/28/82 p.11
    Beatrice can't wait 6 months on SB zoning  2/4/82 p.12
    Beatrice Foods wrong for site, say planners  2/18/82 p.10
    SB zoning set to decide on Beatrice  3/4/82 p.16
    Beatrice clears hurdle in S8 rezoning effort  3/11/82 p.10
    Landfill, Beatrice issues may be settled  3/18/82 p.14
    Final Beatrice decision soon  3/25/82 p.77
    Beatrice landfill on SB agenda  5/13/82 p.15
    Beatrice winner, BFI loser after South Barrington  5/20/82 p.20

BEESE, CAROL
    Elected to state office  12/2/82 p.11

BELL, JOHN
    NB unit honor late John Bell  12/30/82 p.15

BERRIS, SANDY
    President of Arts Council  1/21/82 p.23

BEVERLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Annexation pact extends in hopes of settling sewer issues  1/21/82 p.10

BISCHOFFER, CHRISTOPHER
    Student charged in BHS mace attack  3/11/82 p.79

BLANKE, JOHN
    Village honors John Blanke  7/1/82 p.14

BOADO, EDUARDO
    Local man faces rape charge  1/28/82 p.22

BOLLENBACH, PETER
    Little clock factory nobody knew about  12/2/82 p.18

BONE, JAN
    Harper trustee authors article on economic business tours  7/8/82 p.14

BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES
    New landfill may hurt drainage  1/21/82 p.18
    Landfill extension gets nod from SB zoners  2/4/82 p.5
    Browning-Ferris offers land for post office  2/18/82 p.5
    Petition against BFI landfill  2/18/82 p.72
    Meet on landfill  3/25/82 p.9
    Beatrice winner, BFI loser after South Barrington  5/20/92 p.20

BUEHLER YMCA
    Buehler fun run (picture)  5/19/82 p.24

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Modern Maid, Ruth Kern owner  1/7/82 p.43
    Stonegate Marathon  2/18/82 p.60
    Dance exercise class  4/18/82 p.60
    Cotton Patch  3/4/82 p.52
    Judge permanently closes Venus club  3/31/82 p.16
    Wheelock's: Carol & Walter Wheelock, owners  4/1/82 p.49
    Barrington Bazaar; La Ra Sharpe, owner  4/1/82 p.49
    TAE: Ed Kovanda, owner  4/1/82 p.49
    [Village] examines law that chamber says will hurt fast food restaurants
        4/15/82 p.19
    Closing [Venus] Supper Club tough for law officials  4/29/82 p.11
    Hot dog stand [Dog Tracks] coming soon  4/29/82 p.14
    Greenfield abandons world of profits, losses [Darkins]  4/29/82 p.48
    Tidy Carpets & Rugs Inc.  4/29/82 p.54
    Copier firm [Nexus] now in local market  7/18/82 p.39
    Just Desserts  7/8/82 p.39
    New restaurant [Dog Tracks] opens  7/8/82 p.39
    High Scores  7/22/82 p.13
    Color Me Beautiful, Betty Thompson and Sue Cummings, owners  12/2/82 p.20
    PACC opens office in Barrington  12/16/82 p.46
    New restaurant [Chessie's] coming to Ice House in March; Jim Hough, owner
        12/30/82 p.15

CABLE TELEVISION
    Village wants alternative sites for cable TV tower  1/28/82 p.19
    Village ponders cable tower location  2/18/82 p.11
    Board rejects cable tower site  2/25/82 p.16
    Barrington may not need cable tower  3/11/82 p.20

CAMP, STEVEN B.
    Court Indicts Barrington man  2/11/82 p.14

CARROLL, JANET
    Actress returns to local church  12/9/82 p.42

CASSIN, RUTH
    Family history quilt depicts generations of love  7/29/82 p.21

CECOLA, SAM
    Barrington owner of adult stores arrested on tax record charge  10/28/82 p.23

CENSUS
    Census  3/25/82 p.11
    Census  10/28/82 p.18

CHAPMAN, PETERSON
    Profiles in Achievement  12/30/82 p.6

CHESSIE'S (RESTAURANT)
    New restaurant coming to Ice House in March Jim Hough owner  12/30/82 p.15

CHILD'S PLAY TOURING THEATRE
    To perform local student's stories (picture)  10/1/82 p.87

CLARKE, WALTER R.
    President, Cuba Township  6/3/82 p.14

CLEARBROOK CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED
    May get home grant  1/21/82 p.13
    Clearbrook needs okay from county on home  2/18/82 p.9
    Go ahead for zoning request  3/4/82 p.20
    Hearing set on Clearbrook  4/1/82 p.10

CLINTON, LILLIAN
    Local woman party official  4/15/82 p.71

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Planning group okays lake plan  3/11/82 p.19

COLOR ME BEAUTIFUL
    Betty Thompson & Sue Cummings, owners  12/2/82 p.20

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF BARRINGTON
    Celebrates it's 135 year  10/14/82 p.17

COMPUTERTOWN
    Conference Saturday to show home & school use  3/11/82 p.11

CONLIN, JOHN J.
    Named manager (picture)  2/18/82 p.61

COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT
    Local tax payers pick up county employees' tab  9/2/82 p.5

COTTON PATCH
    New retail store  3/4/82 p.52

COUNCIL OF BARRINGTON GARDEN CLUBS
    Joanne Larson new Council head  2/11/82 p.30

CRANE, PHILIP M.
    Only candidate to file for the March primary  1/14/82 p.68
    Democrats to nominate candidate and prevent Phil Crane cakewalk  5/6/82 p.14
    Defose to challenge Crane  5/20/82 p.12
    Was drinking but not drunk  10/21/82 p.5
    Pleads not guilty to drunk charge  10/28/82 p.11
    Seeks jury trial  12/16/82 p.20

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Road boss (David Baresel) sentenced 2 years, $65,000 case chronology  1/14/82
        p.69
    Police looking into boating [Barrington High School]  1/14/82 p.72
    Local man faces rape charge  1/28/82 p.22
    Deer Park man [Randy R. Wasielewski] robbed Tuesday  2/4/82 p.60
    Court indicts Barrington man [Steven B. Camp]  2/11/82 p.14
    Guard at H.S. sprayed in eyes with chemical  3/4/82 p.5
    Teen [Gregory Trorke] sentenced for car crash  3/11/82 p.11
    Student charged in BHS mace attack  3/11/82 p.79
    Five arrested at beer party  3/18/82 p.11
    Village still investigating charges [Dean Maiben]  5/20/82 p.12
    Decide whether to indict two men on charges of insurance and mail fraud
        [Mustang Ranch]  6/10/82 p.5
    Man sentenced in accident case  7/1/82 p.12
    Village prosecutor clears Maiben  7/8/82 p.5
    Police officer: case against Maiben was fixed  7/15/82 p.17
    Police make cocaine bust  7/22/82 p.11
    Cop seeks suspect of-abduction rape of three women from 	theater  8/26/92 p.19
    Police arrest rape suspect Brock  9/2/82 p.13
    Skeleton found In S. Barrington  10/7/82 p.11
    Circuit court hearing set on "prisoner child"  10/14/82 p.5
    Philip Crane was drinking but not drunk  10/21/82 p.5
    Suspect in hit and run fatality  10/21/82 p.14
    Neglect charged [Gerald "Bart" Freeman]  10/21/82 p.22
    Philip Crane pleads not guilty to drunk charge  10/28/82 p.11
    Barrington owner of adult stores [Sam Cecola] arrested on tax record charge
        10/28/82 p.23
    Murder suspect [Shui Mak] may be linked to death of woman found in SB  11/11/82
         p.16
    Andrew C. Kokoraleis charged with murder  11/25/82 p.10
    Edward Spreitzer charged with murder  11/25/82 p.10
    Two charged with murder  11/25/82 p.10
    Philip Crane seeks jury trial  12/16/82 p.20

CRIMINAL STATISTICS
    Crimes in Barrington down 20%  3/4/82 p.5

CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Budget up  2/18/82 p.14
    Divide revenue sharing  2/18/82 p.66
    Taxpayer's revenge night at Cuba meeting  4/15/82 p.10
    Walter R. Clarke, president  6/3/82 p.14
    Cuba Township picks attorney Thomas Gooch III  7/22/82 p.17
    Holds line on taxes  8/19/82 p.14

CUMMINGS, SUE
    Color Me Beautiful  12/2/82 p.20

CYCLISTS TO END WORLD HUNGER
    Local woman Seegers founds group  2/11/82 p.22

DARKINS
    Greenfield abandons world of profits, losses  4/29/82 p.48

DARSON, WALTER
    Alcoholics' counselor (picture)  5/27/82 p.41

DEBES, DAVID
    David Debes (cover picture)  3/25/82 p.4

DEER PARK, ILL.
    Village awards Brown park bid  5/20/82 p.71
    DP annex plan hearing Aug 16  7/22/82 p.50
    25 years ago Deer Park born to block big city  11/11/82 p.70

DEUSTER, DONALD
    Files to battle Barkhausen for Senate  7/29/82 p.5

DIONNE, PAULA
    Dance exercise loader  2/18/82 p.60

DOG TRACKS (RESTAURANT)
    Hot dog stand coming soon  4/29/82 p.14
    New restaurant opens  7/8/82 p.39

DRUID MUSE
    Barrington's affluence attracts dealers  5/27/82 p.5
    Police make cocaine bust  7/22/82 p.11

DRUGS AND YOUTH
    Drug abuse in schools  5/27/82 p.10

DUFFY, NEIL
    Judge may rule on pupil's rights  2/11/82 p.14
    Fight for BHS student presidency by Duffy still alive in courts  3/4/82 p.18
    Year after overturned election, Duffy elected  6/3/82 p.12

EBERHARDT, GERALD
    Phys. Ed. teacher fired for 2nd time  5/6/82 p.23

EGO ENTERPRISES INC.
    Cops investigate ad agency fire  2/4/82 p.62

EL INDUSTRIES
    G. Dodge Ferreira, president  12/16/82 p.44

ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Pepper to try again to push tax abatement  1/7/82 p.11
    To fix soccer field  1/21/82 p.2
    Vows tax cut  1/21/82 p.20
    Tax break to save $8 per house  3/4/82 p.14
    Ela Twp. residents use unique meeting power  4/15/82 p.10
    Pepper gives up board seat  8/19/82 p.13
    Meet on levy - cut $120,000  8/26/82 p.14
    Board to meet to discuss Pepper replacement  9/16/82 p.13
    Michael P. Sullivan replaces Pepper  10/14/82 p.65

ELECTIONS
    Philip Crane only candidate to file for the March primary  1/14/82 p.68
    Kolner files first, Forsberg tells platform  2/9/82 p.5
    Area pre-election races candidates  3/11/82 p.5
    Election results  3/18/82 p.5
    Donald Deuster files to battle Barkhausen for Senate  7/29/82 p.5
    3 way race for Senate  8/5/82 p.16
    Bea Armstrong Libertarian candidate  10/21/82 p.24
    Election Guide ‘82  10/28/82 p.26

ENGEL, VOLKER
    Acting principal [Barrington High School]  7/29/82 p.7

FERREIRA, G. DODGE
    Pres. of EL Industries  12/16/82 p.44

FIGVED, STEVEN
    First full-time fire chief  8/5/82 p.5

FIREARMS
    No one asking for handgun ban locally  1/14/82 p.18

FIRES
    Cops investigate ad agency fire  2/4/82 p.62
    Last roundup for the Mustang Ranch (picture)  12/16/82 p.192

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON
    Resources reach all-time high  6/3/82 p.46
    To build new building  7/29/82 p.5
    Traffic fears cited in bank, plan report  8/12/82 p.10
    Bank plan calls for closing Grove block  8/19/82 p.5
    Grove group wants bank decision delayed  9/2/82 p.12
    May have suspect in 181 robbery  9/16/82 p.5
    Trustees indicate rocky road ahead for new bank building  9/30/82 p.10
    Village asks for new bank landscaping plan  10/7/82 p.5
    Low profile suggested  10/14/82 p.5
    Building O.K. but suit a possibility  10/28/82 p.11
    Bank building gets formal not with 4-3 vote  11/25/82 p.42

FITZGERALD, JAMES 
    President of Barrington State Bank  3/11/82 p.53

FIXX, JIM
    To promote sport's medicine series  6/10/82 p.12

FREEMAN, GERALD
    Circuit court hearing set on "prisoner child"  10/14/82 p.5
    Neglect charged  10/21/82 p.22

GAGLIARDI, FRANK
    President of new World Book, Childcraft Division  1/14/82 p.52

GAINER, RICHARD C.
    President N.W. Suburban Chicago chapter of National Association of Accountants
        9/9/82 p.45

GECHT, ROSIN
    Murder suspects may be linked to death of woman found in SB  11/11/82 p.16

GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    The Golden Triangle  10/14/82 p.5
    Village focus on Triangle  11/18/82 p.5

GOOCH, THOMAS III
    Cuba Township picks attorney Thomas Gooch III  7/22/82 p.17

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    Knocks claim it has too many beds  1/28/82 p.13
    Barrington Education Association donates books to hospital (picture)  2/18/82
        p.12
    Hospital probed after deformed baby dies  9/23/82 p.5
    No evidence of neglect in hospital probe  9/30/82 p.5
    State clears GSH in baby death  12/30/82 p.9

GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL
    Safety discussed  5/6/82 p.17
    State to cut car speed near Grove School  5/27/82 p.23

GOULD INC.
    Acquires Ohio testing firm  1/14/82 p.49

GUSS, ROBERT
    Exit narrows field in race for House District 66 nomination  1/28/82 p.11

HADER, ROZANN
    Barrington author  2/25/82 p.16

HAMELBERG, RON
    Gets Palatine GOP endorsement over mayor  1/21/82 p.5
    Gets new opponents  1/21/82 p.5

HANSEN, CARL
    Gain in Cook board revolt  12/9/82 p.17

HAPPY MEDIUM
    Sex club settlement now a matter of plea  1/7/82 p.12
    No more sex club here, owners agree with BH  1/28/82 p.5
    BH to take action  5/27/82 p.13
    Kraus sues for right to operate BH sex club  6/3/82 p.5
    Hills will ask Judge to dismiss Kraus case  6/17/82 p.10
    BH says sex club has no constitutional right  7/15/82 p.12
    Kraus claims sex club private noncommercial  8/5/82 p.11
    Hills fires new salvo in Kraus sex club suit  8/26/82 p.10
    Judge dismisses part of sex club rights suit  12/30/82 p.9

HARPER COLLEGE
    Harper College board opening attracts 10  2/4/82 p.15
    Barrington accounting expert fills seat at Harper  2/25/82 p.16
    Harper extends McGrath contract  3/4/82 p.18
    Harper may get 4 year college   4/29/82 p.18
    Harper trustee [Jane Bone] authors article on economic business tours  7/8/82
        p.14
    Tomchek blasts Harper surplus  9/9/82 p.19
    15th anniversary  10/14/82 p.17
    Annual financial report  10/28/82 p.92

HAWLEY, ROCKSA DICKINSON
    Picture of Rocksa Dickinson Hawley (Octagon House)  5/13/82 p.4

HIGHER SCORES
    Higher Scores  7/22/82 p.13

HONQUEST, RICHARD
    Request bid for revenue bonds  12/2/82 p.25
    Village approves bonds for new furniture store  12/16/82 p.21

HORNE, TED
    Won't run again  11/18/82 p.5

HOUGH, JAMES
    New restaurant, Chessie's, coming to Ice House in March  12/20/82 p.15

HOUGH STREET SCHOOL
    New school principal Marie Plozay  8/19/82 p.18

HOUSING
    Housing growth faster than population  7/1/82 p.7

INVERNESS, ILL.
    Okays new annexation  12/9/82 p.23

JACKSON, LEIGH
    New Lincoln-Mercury dealership  2/11/82 p.30

JANDRIS, THOMAS
    BHS Principal's lie precipitates resignation  7/22/82 p.5
    Still on school payroll  8/12/82 p.5
    May get another year's salary  9/9/82 p.12

JAYNE FAMILY
    Chris Swider researching book on four Jayne brothers  9/26/82 p.44

JENSEN, GUNNAR
    TL police chief retiring  12/16/82 p.14

JENSEN, MARGARET
    Moved house will be shops  2/9/82 p.11

JIRKA, FRANK J.
    Medicine and politics flow through his veins  6/24/82 p.7

JONES, ROBERT
    Marine retires after 30 yrs.  2/11/82 p.28

JUST DESSERTS
    New bakery in Barrington  7/8/82 p.39

KELSEY, ALTA
    80 years old  7/1/82 p.25

KEMPER INSURANCE CO.
    Kemper to cut 240 Jobs  12/23/82 p.43

KERN, RUTH
    Starts her own business [Modern Maid]  1/7/82 p.43

KNOX, AL
    Resigns position he's held for 30 years  12/2/82 p.5

KORKORALEIS, ANDREW C.
    Charged with murder  11/25/82 p.10

KRAMER, IRENE
    Scout Itaderi fun doesn't change  4/1/82 p.23

KRAUS, HORST
    Sex club settlement now a matter of plea  1/7/82 p.12
    No more sex club here owners agree with BH  1/28/82 p.5
    Sues for right to operate BH sex club  6/3/82 p.5
    Hills will ask Judge to dismiss Kraus case  6/17/82 p.10
    SH says sex club has no constitutional rights  7/15/82 p.12
    Claims sox club private noncommercial  8/5/82 p.11
    Hills fires new salvo in Kraus sex club suit  8/26/82 p.10
    Judge dismisses part of sex club rights suit  12/30/82 p.9

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Shallow well concerns village  4/8/82 p.21
    Appropriation limit public hearing date April 22  4/15/82 p.20

LAKE BARRINGTON INN
    Damaged by two explosions  4/15/82 p.12

LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Clock running out for villages objecting to Lake County plan  6/17/82 p.14

LAKE FOREST SAVINGS
    Skokie Federal to boost assets by acquiring Lake Forest Savings  3/4/82 p.52

LA PLANTE, ALBERT
    Some say he was too easy; he disagrees  12/16/82 p.79

LARSON, JOANNE
    New Council of Barrington Garden Clubs head  2/11/82 p.30

LARSON, UNO
    Ela Township assessor  12/16/82 p.22

LEESON, WILLIAM
    President of Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce  1/21/82 p.16

LIFELINE
    New hospital program lifeline to homebound  11/25/82 p.48

LINES, JENNIE
    95 years old  8/5/82 p.25

LIQUOR LAWS
    [License] decision delayed  1/14/82 p.62
    Osco denied, restaurants win village liquor license approval  1/28/82 p.5
    Liquor bids may change  2/11/82 p.15
    Bids to be reconsidered  9/16/82 p.14
    Barrington picture changes  9/30/82 p.16

LOMBARDO, VINCENT
    30 years makes him a favorite  12/30/82 p.5

LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT
    Church growing pains relieved with caring  7/29/82 p.19

MAIBEN, DEAN H.
    Village still investigating charges  5/20/82 p.12
    Village prosecutor clears Maiben  7/8/82 p.5
    Police officer: case against Maiben was fixed  7/15/82 p.17

MAK, SHUI
    Skeleton found in S. Barrington  10/7/82 p.16
    Murder suspects may be linked to death of woman found in SB  11/11/82 p.16
    Two charged with murder  11/25/82 p.10

MARK, PHIL
    BHS students mourn death of Phil Mark  5/13/82 p.5

MARSHALL, CHARLES
    Executive V.P. of AT&T (picture)  2/18/82 p.60

MAXON, DONALD
    To speak on public safety  7/1/82 p.11
    Cites personal reasons for resignation  12/16/82 p.5

MCCLORY, ROBERT
    Decides not to oppose Porter in Congressional primary  1/14/82 p.5

MCHUGH, RENEE
    Eleven dogs poisoned at breeder's kennel  4/8/82 p.5

MCINTOSH SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Facelift on; no price tags yet  5/6/82 p.10
    Homeowners still far from road fix-up agreement  6/10/82 p.12
    Road repairs get board nod again  6/17/82 p.11
    New proposal could save $55,000  7/1/82 p.16
    Builders mark 75th year  10/21/82 p.48

MEISTER, JACQUE
    Wins Chamber's Award of Merit  9/23/82 p.22

MILLER, BILL
    BADC lauds Bill Miller  5/20/82 p.14

MILLER,  CAROL
    Carol Miller design featured in national magazines  1/14/82 p.49

MILLER, DICK
    Park District board honors Miller for 25 years of service to Barrington
        3/11/82 p.19

MILLER, GLEN
    Re-elected on 80th ballot as Lake County board chairman  12/9/82 p.19

MILLS, RAY
    Found dead  10/21/82 p.18

"MISS BARRINGTON"
    Contestants (picture)  5/27/82 p.18

MODERN MAID
    Ruth Kern, owner  1/7/82 p.43

MORGENROTH, GLENN
    New chairman of SB planning commission  4/1/82 p.16

MULLIN, JOHN B.
    Cuba GOP has Mullin as head  4/8/82 p.54

MUSTANG RANCH
    Decide whether to indict two men on charges of insurance and mail fraud
        6/10/82 p.5
    Last roundup for the Mustang Ranch (picture)  12/16/82 p.192

NEXUS
    Copier firm now in local market  7/8/82 p.39

NIBBIO, NICK
    Nibbio's wisdom to float through film  1/7/82 p.23

NOLAN, MARK
    Man charged after crash  3/11/82 p.76

NOREN, CAROL M.
    Leaves Barrington for Princeton, N.J. (picture)  9/3/82 p.21

NORGE
    Team primed for weekend flight  1/14/82 p.20

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    NB mulls ways to spend money  1/7/82 p.39
    NB officials postpone Stone Lakes approval  1/28/82 p.48
    Budget surplus expected In NB  3/25/82 p.9
    Stone developer tells NB he will not annex  6/10/82 p.7
    New petition may link Stone property to NB  6/24/82 p.13
    NB to study new annex bid  7/1/82 p.7
    NB schedules tax levy public hearing for 8/9  7/29/82 p.17
    Treasurer's report  8/26/82 p.60
    No tax hike  9/2/82 p.11

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION
    Housing growth faster than population  7/1/82 p.7

NORTHERN ILLINOIS SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION
    For hundreds NISRA spells accomplishment  12/23/82 p.42

OCTAGON HOUSE
    Barrington plan commission likes Sharpe's plans for house  1/21/82 p.22
    Village okays zoning for Octagon House  2/11/82 p.5
    Picture of Rocksa Dickinson Hawley (cover picture)  5/13/82 p.4
    How letters were discovered  5/13/82 p.24
    Letters  6/17/82 p.22
    Letters  7/15/82 p.60
    Letters  8/12/82 p.60
    Letters  9/9/82 p.64
    Letters  10/21/82 p.66
    Letters  12/2/82 p.36

OSCO DRUGS
    Osco denied, restaurants win village liquor license approval  1/28/82 p.5

PACC
    Open office in Barrington  12/16/82 p.46

PARENTS WHO CARE
    Group seeking no-alcohol pledge for adolescents  1/28/82 p.13

PETERS, FARLEY
    From BHS to State House?  1/28/82 p.48

PETERSON, BETSY
    Profiles in Achievement  12/30/82 p.7

PETERSON, G. CHAPMAN
    Local author (cover picture)  2/4/82 p.4

PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Terri Tepper portraits in Chicago exhibit  1/21/82 p.24

PLOZAY, MARIE
    New school principal, Hough Street School  8/19/82 p.18

POLICE
    Barrington cop salaries in middle of the pack  1/21/82 p.5
    Arrested paperwork keeps cops on street  1/28/82 p.21
    Barrington police chief may sign contract  2/14/82 p.10
    Police pension board votes not to invest new in union investment  2/4/82
        p.60
    Multi-year contract to solidify Barrington-Maxon relationship  2/11/82 p.5
    To invest pension funds in CCPA  2/18/82 p.66
    Fireman, clerks, cops placed under Maxon  4/15/82 p.5
    Possible 3-way races Lake County sheriff  4/29/82 p.5
    Police give chief poor marks in performance  5/13/82 p.5
    Chief reorganizes dept. management  5/20/82 p.5
    Donald Maxon to speak on public safety  7/1/82 p.11
    New cop managers make changes  7/8/82 p.11
    Chief meets patrolmen and promises changes  8/5/82 p.48
    Paul Sprenger suspended  8/19/82 p.31
    Credit union wants use of pension funds  9/16/82 p.48
    Non-union cops cannot be in union loan plan  9/23/82 p.10
    Cops may get 8 weeks additional training  10/7/82 p.24
    Pension  10/14/82 p.12
    Donald Maxon cites personal reasons for resignation  12/16/82 p.5
    TL police chief Gunnar Jenson retiring  12/14/92 p.14
    Part-time get more training  12/22/82 p.17
    Stress test for police  12/23/82 p.14

POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC.
    Homeowners out of theater suit  2/4/82 p.13
    SB still suing  8/5/82 p.62
    Music theater villages seeking to settle litigation out of court  9/16/82 p.10

POPLAR HILLS (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    File another disannexation initiative  1/14/82 p.16
    Decision near?  4/15/82 p.70
    Presidents ask 220 to back off  4/29/82 p.13
    Judge removes Poplar Hills from District 220  6/3/82 p.5

POPULATION--STATISTICS
    Population trends pose questions for officials  7/8/82 p.5

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON
    Senior pastor Schmidt to be installed  2/11/82 p.19

PROFILES IN ACHIEVEMENT
    Sony & Swanson  12/30/82 p.6
    Betsy Peterson  12/30/82 p.7
    John Timmerman  12/90/82 p.7
    Christina Adams  12/30/82 p.8

QUILTING
    Family history quilt depicts generations of love  7/29/82 p.21

QUINN, JEANNE
    Gain in Cook board revolt  12/9/82 p.17

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT
    Plan takes lumps here  1/21/82 p.19

REAPPORTIONMENT
    Federal panel reshapes state district borders  1/14/82 p.11

RECON OPTICAL, INC.
    Local firm fights loss of jet camera contract  11/25/82 p.52
    Senate bid fails to help CAI  12/23/82 p.38

REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
    Planning group okays lake plan  3/11/82 p.19

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
    Suburb transit takeover criticized  5/6/82 p.12
    2nd bill to kill RTA sent to state  5/13/82 p.22

RICE, ARTHUR L., JR.
    President of the Barrington Area Historical Society  7/29/82 p.34

ROADS
    Illegal sand bags help cut road bridge costs  1/14/82 p.5
    Road fund expenditures to drop 7%  4/1/82 p.11
    Facelift on; no price tags yet [MacIntosh Subdivision]  5/6/82 p.10
    Homeowners still far from road fix up agreement [MacIntosh Subdivision]
        6/10/82 p.12
    Road repairs get board nod again [MacIntosh Subdivision]  6/17/82 p.11
    New proposal could save $55,000  7/1/82 p.16
    Lake-Cook Road cost taxpayers at least $409,000 more than bid  10/21/82 p.10

RON BEESE PARK
    No tax money used for park  8/26/82 p.5
    $3,000 needed for Beese Park  10/7/82 p.59

RYAN, THOMAS
    Suspect in hit and run fatality  10/21/82 p.14

ST. ANNE SCHOOL
    Focus on fourth "R" sets St. Anne's apart  3/11/82 p.10

ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH
    Starts golden Jubilee  11/11/82 p.12

SANITARY LANDFILLS
    New landfill may hurt drainage  1/21/82 p.18
    Landfill extension gets nod from SB zoners  2/4/82 p.5
    Petition against landfill  2/18/82 p.72
    Landfill, Beatrice issues may be settled  3/18/82 p.14
    Moot on landfill BFI  3/25/82 p.9
    SB postpones landfill  4/8/821 p.21
    Beatrice, landfill on SB agenda  5/13/82 p.15

SARILL0, NICHOLAS
    Bombing victim listed in fair condition  4/29/82 p.16

SAV-A-HOUSE
    Sav-A-House (cover picture)  8/19/82 p.26
    Sav-A-House  9/2/82 p.57
	        Sav-A-House  9/16/82 p.33
	        Sav-A-House  9/30/92 p.66
	        Sav-A-House  10/14/82 p.66
    Sav-A-House  10/28/82 p.58
	        Sav-A-House  11/11/82 p.64

SCHMEISSER, HERBERT
    Couple marks 50 years Wednesday  1/28/92 p.28

SCHMIDT, JOHN L.
    Senior pastor to be installed  2/11/82 p.19

SCHULD, AL
    BH moves Schuld down to make room for new chief  5/20/82 p.13

SEATON, MITZIE
    Artist returns home for her first exhibit  2/4/82 p.28

SEEGERS, BETH
    Local woman founds group: Cyclists to End World Hunger  2/11/82 p.22

SEX ORIENTED BUSINESSES
    Sex club [Happy Medium] settlement now a matter of plea  1/7/92 p.12
    No more sex club here, owners agree with BH  1/28/82 p.5
    BH to take action [Happy Medium]  5/27/82 p.13
    Kraus sues for right to operate BH sex club  6/3/82 p.5
    Hills will ask judge to dismiss Kraus case  6/17/82 p.10
    BH says sex club has no constitutional rights  7/15/82 p.12
    Kraus claims sex-club private noncommercial   8/5/82 p.11
    Hills fires new salvo in Kraus sex club suit  8/26/82 p.10
    Judge dismisses part of sex club rights suit  12/30/182 p.9

SHARPE, LA RA
    Barrington Bazaar  4/1/82 p.49

SCHULTZ, ESTHER
    Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce greeter  8/12/82 p.44

SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
    Skokie Federal to boost assets by acquiring Lake Forest Savings  3/4/82 p.52
    Merger won't affect local Barrington operation  6/17/82 p.17

SMITH, MICHAEL
    Five arrested at beer party  3/18/82 p.11

SOHL, BRANDON
    President of NAFA affiliates  5/27/82 p.60

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Beatrice office hearing Monday  1/7/82 p.10
    Builder may sue SB  2/18/82 p.10
    Officials' testimony hints sewers, higher density in future  2/25/82 p.5
    SB trustee Brough's resignation protest over dumping of builder  2/25/82 p.10
    Judge blocks SB tax sale  3/4/82 p.18
    Landfill, Beatrice issues may be settled  3/18/82 p.14
    SB still thirsty for lake water  3/25/82 p.5
    Meet on landfill BFI  3/25/82 p.9
    Final Beatrice decision soon  3/25/82 p.77
    Glenn Morgenroth new chairman of plan commission  4/1/82 p.16
    Postpones landfill  4/8/82 p.21
    SB's new budget rises 7%  4/15/82 p.71
    Beatrice, landfill on SB agenda  5/13/82 p.15
    Beatrice winner, BFI loser  5/20/82 p.20
    Annual report  7/29/82 p.60
    Hold line on levy  9/16/82 p.11
    Peter Swistowicz 10 years service to SB  10/14/82 p.54

SPREITZER, EDWARD
    Charged with murder  11/25/82 p.10

SPRENGER, PAUL
    Suspended  8/19/82 p.31

STONE, W. CLEMENT
    NB officials postpone Stone lakes approval  1/28/82 p.48
    Stone developer tells NB he will not annex  6/10/82 p.7
    New petition may link Stone property to NB  6/24/82 p.13

STONEGATE MARATHON
    New owner  2/18/82 p.60

SULLIVAN, MICHAEL P.
    Replaces Pepper [Ela Township]  10/14/82 p.65

SWANSON, SONYA
    Profiles in Achievement  12/30/82 p.6

SWARTS, RICHARD R.
    Elected president of Northwest Chapter of National Association of Accountants
        5/13/82 p.50

SWIDER, CHRIS
    Researching book on four Jayne brothers  8/26/82 p.44

SWISTOWICZ, PETER
    10 years service to SB  10/14/82 p.54

TAE
    Ed Kovanda, owner  4/1/82 p.49

TALKLINE
    Increase in calls  9/9/82 p.5

TAXATION
    Residents object to special assessment  7/29/82 p.14
    Tax levy could add $20 to tax bill  8/26/82 p.11
    Local tax payers pick up county employees' tab  9/2/82 p.5

TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Taxpayers' revenge night at Cuba meeting  4/15/82 p.10
    Bills up again  5/27/82 p.20
    Holds line on taxes 8/19/82 p.14

TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Pepper to try again to push tax abatement  1/7/82 p.11
    Ela Township vows tax cut  1/21/82 p.20
    Tax break to save $8 per house [Ela Township]  3/4/82 p.14
    Meet on levy-cut $120,000  8/24/82 p.4

TEPPER, TERRI
    Portraits in Chicago exhibit  1/21/812 p.24

THOMPSON, BETTY
    Color Me Beautiful  12/2/92 p.20

TIDY CARPETS AND RUGS, INC.
    Opens  4/29/82 p.54

TIMMERMAN, JOHN
    Profiles in Achievement  12/30/82 p.7

TOWER LAKES, ILL.
    Gunnar retires  12/23/82 p.55

TRADE UNIONS
    Schools cut $900,000, mull teacher pact  8/12/82 p.5
    Teacher layoff plan: contract ploy or key?  8/26/82 p.5
    Teachers won't strike  9/2/82 p.10
    Teacher layoff clause still the sticking point  9/9/82 p.5
    Board, teachers pact no closer  9/16/82 p.5
    Teacher "cross training" stymies contract settlement  9/23/82 p.18
    Contract talks  9/30/82 p.19
    Board negotiator finds talks with teachers encouraging  10/7/82 p.12
    Teacher's union administration still discussing two-year old issues  11/18/82
        p.10
    Teacher union, school board still differ on teacher layoff proposal  12/2/82
        p.11

TREGO, BRUCE
    Trego again to promote his public safety idea  6/10/82 p.10

TROCKE, GREGORY
    Teen sentenced for car crash  3/11/82 p.11

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Browning-Ferris offers land for post office  2/18/82 p.5

VENUS SUPPER CLUB
    Judge permanently closes Venus club  3/31/82 p.16
    Closing supper club tough for law officials  4/29/82 p.11
    Village of Barrington game  8/5/82 p.14

VOLUNTARISM
    1,728 name petition backs fire volunteers  5/13/82 p.10

VOUTE, J.P.
    Author  10/28/82 p.39

WALKER, MIKE
    Resumes exaggerated in fierce competition  3/4/82 p.56

WASIELEWSKI, RANDY R.
    Deer Park man nabbed Tuesday  2/4/82 p.60

WATER SUPPLY
    SB still thirsty for lake water  3/25/82 p.5
    Shallow well concerns village  4/8/82 p.21

WHEELOCK, CAROL
    Wheelock's  4/1/82 p.49

WHEELOCK, WALTER
    Wheelock's  4/1/82 p.40

WHEELOCK'S
    Opens  4/1/82 p.49

WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)
    Literary magazine  10/7/82 p.13

WILKINS, CATHERINE 
    60th anniversary  7/22/82 p.28

WILKINS, EDMOND
    60th anniversary  7/22/82 p.28

WOLFE, DONALD
    Man sentenced in accident case  7/1/82 p.12

WOODEN DOOR
    Barrington residents help start; to open additional in Woodstock  
        2/25/82 p.54

YOUNG, CARL
    Resumes exaggerated in fierce competition  3/4/82 p.56

ZILMER, NORM
    President of Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce   2/4/82 p.58

ZONING
    Barrington Youth Services seeks zoning  1/21/82 p.13
    Landfill extension gets nod from SB zoners  2/4/82 p.5
    Beatrice can't wait 6 months on SB zoning  2/4/82 p.12
    Village okays zoning for Octagon House  2/11/82 p.5
    Zoning okayed despite protest, [BYS]  2/25/82 p.16
    SB zoning set to decide on Beatrice  3/4/82 p.16
    Go ahead for zoning request [Clearbrook Center for the Handicapped]  
        3/4/82 p.20
    Beatrice clears hurdle in SB rezoning effort  3/11/82 p.10
    Law office zoning tabled after neighbors voice objections  7/1/82 p.23
    Bridge an issue in zoning fight [Barrington Hills]  11/11/82 p.5