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
Books about Barrington Area History
History of Cook County, Illinois
Stowaway to Heaven
Barsumian, Nazareth Sarkis
They Builded Better Than They Knew
Benson, Barbara L.
Echoes of a Century
First Baptist Church (Barrington, IL).
A Club in the Country: The Story of Barrington Hills Country Club
Schmitz, Patty Dowd.
Hark Back to Barrington: Fifty Years with the Fox River Valley Hunt
Fitch, Victoria R., and D. Susan Johnson.
A History of Barrington, Illinois
Lines, Arnett C.
Tales of Old Barrington
Sharp, Cynthia Baker