ACCIDENTS Barrington woman killed in Christmas night car crash 1/1/81 p.24 S. Elgin man killed at 68, Ela Rd. 1/8/81 p.11 Barrington Rd. crash kills man 2/12/81 p.11 Man killed on Hart Road 2/18/82 p.11 BH woman killed in auto crash 3/26/81 p.6 Cycle accident kills man In SS 5/21/81 p.16 Ammonia cloud forces police to close roads (picture) 4/11/81 p.5 Balloon accident kills five (picture) 8/20/81 p.5 Local couple hurt in crash of second balloon (picture) 8/20/81 p.6 Huge ball of fire 8/20/81 p.7 Woman killed when SS police car hits auto at Penny, Bartlett Roads (picture) 8/20/81 p.12 Thunderstorm keeps firemen busy; fire truck collides with auto 8/27/81 p.5 Eyewitness to fatal accident at Penny and Bartlett Roads disputes report 8/27/81 p.5 Pilot of crashed balloon in similar accident last summer 8/27/81 p.10 Witness' conflicting statements closes SB accident investigation 9/3/81 p.20 Two youths injured In motorcycle crash 9/10/81 p.84 Laurence G. Mullineux, Jr. killed in crash 9/10/81 p.89 Anne Mullineux killed in crash 9/10/91 p.89 Dundee woman hurt in crash 10/15/81 p.12 Driver killed at Routes 72, 59 11/5/81 p.89 Man in critical condition after accident 11/5/81 p.96 Woman killed in crash 11/42/81 p.13 Fatal accident brings charge 11/19/81 p.85 Pleads not guilty 11/26/81 p.51 Auto-bus accident injures 4 12/10/81 p.9 School bus accident (picture) 12/17/81 p.10 ACHESON, MARCUS Marcus Acheson picked as library trustee 11/12/81 p.11 ADDED TOUCH New company gives belongings stitch of style (picture) 7/2/81 p.64 AGED Village can help seniors 4/30/81 p.29 Barrington groups forming to aid senior citizens 6/11/81 p.11 Many in need putting up brave front 7/2/81 p.12 Bugs &.drafts fill seniors' apartments 7/2/81 p.5 Group helps elderly get aid 7/9/61 p.5 Senior club gets repair service 8/13/81 p.74 Township offers aid 8/13/81 p.74 Fate, alert teens help save lost, woman 9/3/81 p.85 BADC supports council on dying 9/17/81 p.86 Survey on needs (picture) 11/19/81 p.5 Site to get tenant 11/26/81 p.63 AIRPLANES From home to the wild blue yonder (picture) 6/16/81 p.1 ALCOHOL AND YOUTH Drug, alcohol problem at BHS in all classes 1/18/81 p.18 Parents Who Care organizational meeting 11/26/81 p.28 Drug, alcohol suspensions up [Barrington High School] 12/17/81 p.14 ALPINE TOASTMASTERS CLUB No stage fright for the Toastmasters (pictures) 1/29/81 p.25 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL Gets clean bill of health from state 2/12/81 p.24 Hospital sues officials 5/14/81 p.12 Gets two-year accreditation 10/1/81 p.88 AMERICAN LEGION POST 158 Legion holds its own [Post 158] 5/28/81 p.81 WWI vet a 62 year member [Post 158] (picture) 5/28/81 p.81 Legion [Post 158] keeps memory alive (picture) 5/28/81 p.81 Korean vet looks to youth (picture) 5/28/81 p.82 AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY American donates $500 to honor employee's service 1/15/81 p.19 ANACONDA INDUSTRIES Plans office unit at Freeman and Central Roads 10/15/81 p.22 ANDERSON, C. RICHARD Anderson's fight nets tax refunds [Profiles in Achievement] (picture) 1/1/81 p.12 ANDERSON, RUSSELL Wins Harper College Award for Excellence 8/13/81 p.29 ANIMALS Sending strays away a heartbreaking job (picture) 8/13/81 p.78 ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF Cat, fox poisoned 11/26/81 p.57 Pet owners, trappers fight over trap 6/18/81 p.21 ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT) Disannexation from Barrington Hills to Inverness finds protests 4/2/81 p.14 Higgins Road-Route 59 land may go to Hoffman Estates 4/2/81 p.21 Disannexation hearing continue 4/30/81 p.22 Past testimony haunts disannexation 5/7/81 p.5 Neighbors want drainage fixed [Kerber Property] before Inverness annexes 5/7/81 p.23 [School] board takes back 1975 annex statement 5/14/81 p.13 Poplar Hills disannex flap to court? 6/4/81 p.21 Lake County endorses disannex of subdivision 10/1/81 p.10 Poplar Hills split on disannexation 11/19/81 p.5 HE detachment denied 11/26/81 p.10 Poplar Hills, Capri try to annex 12/3/81 p.19 Disannex petitions again 12/17/81 p.13 ANNIVERSARIES 50th anniversary of Methodist Church building 1/29/81 p.6 Forrest Press marks 33rd anniversary. (picture) 6/25/81 p.58 Mr. & Mrs. Einar F. Larson celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (picture) 7/9/61 p.29 Barrington Montessori School marks 11th year 9/10/81 p.58 Mr. & Mrs. Harry Norstrom: 60 years wed (picture) 10/15/81 p.35 ANTIQUES Love of old cars nurtures family closeness (pictures) 6/18/81 p.93 ARCHEOLOGY Local archeologists dig in summer .(pictures) 10/22/81 p.25 ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK) Equine superstars to converge at Arlington Park 8/13/81 p.9 ART PAINT & GLASS SUPPLIES Shop to close as owner retires 4/9/81 p.96 ARTISTS Debbie Chabrian, BHS graduate, has own exhibit (picture) 1/8/81 p.67 Betty McGee: her works show her loves (picture) 1/15/81 p.21 Artist Peggy Cullen in exhibitions 1/22/81 p.25 Thimblesful of wildlife artist Elrick's trademark (pictures) 1/29/81 p.21 Artist [Susan Peterson] captures charm of suburbs (picture) 2/5/81 p.21 Trausel to exhibit historical prints (pictures) 2/5/81 p.72 Marian Nyman reacts to world through art (picture) 5/7/81 p.42 Faces come alive at artist's [Donald Zolan] romantic hand (picture) 6/25/81 p.25 Judith Guyer Jakal opens art exhibit (picture) 7/9/81 p.32 Pint-sized artist [Eva Sandor] (picture) 8/6/81 p.29 Sculptor Jill Funks work on display (picture) 9/22/81 p.2 Artist Susan Mart does spatial art (picture) 9/29/81 p.1 Art was king for two days (pictures) 10/1/81 p.25 Carolyn Guerra finds joy in art (pictures) 11/5/81 p.93 AUTOMOBILES Love of old cars nurtures family closeness (pictures) 6/18/81 p.93 AUTOTHERM CIRCULATOR Barrington man [Frank Perhat] inventor of Autotherm Circulator (picture) 10/29/81 p.57 BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE U.S. wants Bakers Lake dump site cleared 8/27/81 p.22 Material dumped on Bakers Lake must be removed by next summer 9/3/81 p.21 BALL, JUDSON C. Named to board of Illinois Benedictine College 10/22/81 p.68 BANDELIER, KATIE BYS alumna donates money, time (picture) 7/9/81 p.19 BONDS (MUSIC) Rithum Machine at top of scale 2/12/81 p.40 Stage Band stage own concert (pictures) 4/2/81 p.40 Rithum Machine wins invitational spot (picture) 11/5/81 p.36 Rithum Machine best band 12/10/81 p.115 BARBERSHOP QUARTETS Humming counts in barbershop quartets 2/19/81 p.30 BARCZYK FAMILY Pray for daughter in Poland (picture) 2/24/81 p.61 BARESEL, DAVID First trial witness may be called 9/10/81 p.11 Former Dundee road boss guilty of fraud 10/l/81 p.12 BARRINGTON ACADEMY Teaches music, drama, math, reading to kindergarteners (pictures) 9/3/81 p.66 BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Boese's grown with Chamber of Commerce (picture) [Profiles in Achievement] 11/1/81 p.11 New officers (picture) 1/29/81 p.22 A. Keith Pierson gets chamber award served village in many ways (picture) 9/24/81 p.16 Elects new directors 9/24/81 p.58 Adams appointed to Board to fill Kurzeja's term 11/12/81 p.63 BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Tower Lakes holds off on BACOG membership 1/22/81 p.16 BACOG role In question 2/19/81 p.6 Board unanimous for remaining in BACOG 3/19/81 p.20 Open meetings bill worrying BACOG 4/21/81 p.18 Woodsome new head 7/2/81 p.17 Lake County brings Cuba plan to BACOG 7/30/81 p.20 Tower Lakes leaves BACOG 9/24/81 p.5 Tower Lakes to take new look at BACOG 10/22/81 p.12 Tower Lakes may rejoin BACOG 10/29/81 p.15 Tower Lakes to rejoin BACOG 11/19/81 p.7 BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING To quiz area seniors 9/24/81 p.17 BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL BADC made life better for 15 years 5/28/81 p.18 Penny Horne BADC service winner (picture) 6/4/81 p.10 May help council on aging 7/23/81 p.7 BADC supports council on aging 9/17/81 p.86 BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY A reservation committee formed 7/30/81 p.78 Sponsors Christmas tree exhibit 8/27/81 p.76 Team work at museum (pictures) 11/5/81 p.31 Plagge documents donated 11/5/81 p.74 BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY To receive money for books 1/8/81 p.13 Looking to the past: census microfilm at library (picture) 2/12/81 p.22 Amnesty Day 4/2/81 p.35 Children's librarian De Ycaza moves on to Hawaii 4/30/81 p.33 Unreturned books cost library $100 a week 5/21/81 p.20 Cindy Infantino new children's librarian (picture) 6/11/81 p.12 Free St. Theater at libraries (pictures) 6/25/81 p.7 To get two additional librarians 7/7/81 p.72 Book sale set (picture) 9/10/81 p.18 Japanese drummers at book sale 9/17/81 p.5 Library trustee John Jacobs to move away 9/17/81 p.90 Puppeteering classes for Kids on the Block (picture) 9/24/81 p.20 Library offers taxation advice (pictures) 10/1/81 p.19 Marcus Acheson picked as library trustee 11/12/81 p.11 Forms planning group 12/10/81 p.17 Fines up to 10 cents 12/10/81 p.18 Amnesty Day 12/31/81 p.20 "BARRINGTON BLUES" Local cinematographer airs film "Barrington Blues" 4/9/81 p.90 BARRINGTON BOARDING KENNEL For Hendee's guests it's a dog's life (pictures) 1/15/81 p.10 BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220 District 220 to seek funds from Hoffman Estates 1/22/181 p.6 H.E. residents push to leave District 220 2/5/81 p.7 Teacher [Louise J. Perry] hikes Appalachian Trail (picture) 2/5/81 p.6 Teacher gets wish: first aid classes (picture) 2/5/81 p.19 Superintendent gets 3-year extension contract 2/19/81 p.18 School calendar reviewed 2/19/81 p.19 Date set for deannexation hearing 2/19/81 p.11 A have and have-not district 2/26/81 p.10 Evaluators documented disparity 2/26/81 p.10 School boundaries born with unit district 2/26/81 p.11 Bring them together in elementary school 2/26/81 p.11 Poplar disconnect popular with parents 2/26/81 p.12 Hoffman's Hayter predicted split unit district 2/26/81 p.12 Declining enrollment could mesh students 2/26/81 p.14 Once again French students to attend Barrington schools 2/26/81 p.22 School boundary group to examine enrollment 3/5/81 p.5 Fewer children here 3/5/81 p.6 School quality on readers' minds 3/5/81 p.12 School capacity data due for more study 3/12/81 p.6 French students in Barrington (pictures) 3/19/81 p.11 Board wants to cut costs of Countryside kitchen 3/19/81 p.17 Committee to suggest closing Hickory Hill School 4/9/81 p.7 Poplar Hills parent says district isolates children 4/9/81 p.10 Palatine schools oppose Poplar Hill suit 4/16/81 p.10 Carpentersville school could close 4/16/81 p.10 School promises ear to Carpentersville parents 4/23/81 p.16 School funds to fight schools 4/23/81 p.17 After school world blossoming in schools 4/23/81 p.18 Board defends 8-period days 4/30/81 p.8 Disannexation hearings continue 4/30/81 p.22 New day school opening in fall 5/7/81 p.105 New kindergarten academy to open 5/7/81 p.105 Kids, moms remember Hillside Nursery School (pictures) 5/7/81 p.33 Past testimony haunts disannexation 5/7/81 p.5 Few students choose zero hour for P.E. 5/7/81 p.22 Board takes back 1975 annex statement 5/14/81 p.13 Carpentersville parents object to school closing plea 5/14/81 p.19 Change lunchroom service firm 5/21/81 p.12 Class acts: student behavior in the schools 5/28/81 p.14 Standards for student discipline in area high schools (chart) 2/28/81 p.15 Behavior a sign of motivation 5/28/81 p.15 Barrington students view school, selves 5/28/81 p.16 Board won't close Hickory for '81-'82 5/28/81 p.5 Poplar Hills disannex flap to court? 6/4/81 p.21 Carpentersville parents want their school 6/18/81 p.7 Near decision on Hickory Hill closing 6/18/81 p.7 What about Hoffman Estates? 6/18/81 p.7 Board backs Jandris 6/18/81 p.11 School closing just a question of when 6/25/81 p.7 Parents want school open 6/25/81 p.7 District may have deficit budget 7/2/81 p.24 Four teachers trying to open school 7/2/81 p.16 Board washes hands of BHS election controversy 7/23/81 p.5 Budget hike of 20% 7/23/81 p.16 Lunch prices up 7/23/81 p.17 Regional board approves new parcel 7/30/81 p.18 Developers may take donation law to court 7/30/81 p.12 School cost Increases justify donations 7/30/81 p.12 Schools adjust formula as land need declines 7/30/81 p.13 Teachers are students for writing classes (picture) 8/13/81 p.73 Heated issues attract few candidates 8/13/81 p.5 High school art teacher learns art of glassblowing (picture) 8/20/81 p.22 Graudal not to seek re-election 8/20/81 p.13 District 220 cuts 17 bus routes 8/20/81 p.90 Five file for board 8/27/91 p.10 Hoffman Estates parents: shocked special ed names almost revealed 9/3/81 p.80 AFS hosts students from France & Germany 9/10/131 p.70 District overpaid $2 million in property taxes 9/10/81 p.5 National Merit semi-finalists 9/17/81 p.80 District assumes confidentiality of records 9/17/81 p.92 Not happy with St. Anne's bus proposal 9/17/81 p.92 Tax levy up 20% despite protests 9/24/81 p.5 Lawsuit puts Lake County over tax on hold 9/24/81 p.80 Enrollment loss factor in closing 9/24/81 p.81 Board selects goals 9/24/81 p.81 Lake County endorses disannexation of subdivision 10/1/81 p.10 Hoffman Estates students could go to Barrington schools 10/22/81 p.15 Retarded student vs. District 220, State 10/22/81 p.16 Committee to discuss Hickory Hill closing 10/22/81 p.17 Lutheran parents seek H.S. site 10/22/81 p.24 Five candidates seek voters' approval 10/29/81 p.5 Excess 220 taxes to be held until proposal set 10/29/81 p.19 Candidates (pictures) 10/29/81 p.22 School board, Harper College election results 11/5/81 p.5 Seeks natural approach to student writing (pictures) 11/5/81 p.16 BEA trying to be more than just teacher's union (picture) 11/5/81 p.20 Complete 601 Life Safety projects 11/5/81 p.23 1,200-name petition seeks lower school tax 11/12/81 p.11 Spare the rod, board votes 11/12/81 p.16 Poplar Hills parents split on disannexation 11/19/81 p.5 Pay up to $66,000 [for Clyde Slocum] 11/19/81 p.17 HE detachment denied 11/26/81 p.10 Tax refund 12/3/81 p.15 Study of repairs 12/3/81 p.18 Poplar Hills, Cipri try to disannex 12/3/81 p.19 Annual financial statement 12/3/81 p.94 $2.4 million authorized for safety work 12/10/81 p.14 Disannex petition again 12/17/81 p.13 Tax refund policy explained 12/17/81 p.16 BH families want into District 220 12/17/81 p.25 New Special Ed director 12/17/81 p.27 Crossing guard resigns after decade on corner (picture) 12/17/81 p.18 Life in Vienna (picture) 12/17/81 p.48 Landscape gift 12/24/81 p.13 BARRINGTON COURIER-REVIEW Extra! 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Tuesday supplement to Courier begins 4/23/81 p.5 Mustang ranch stories corral state award for Courier-Review 10/1/81 p.15 Reporter Ruth Assaf joins staff (picture) 10/15/81 p.11 Wins awards 11/26/81 p.7 New face reflects rich history (pictures) 12/24/81 p.41 BARRINGTON GENERAL HOSPITAL Nurse honored for work with Barrington General Hospital 53 years ago (picture) 9/17/81 p.10 BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Speech program in works 1/22/81 p.19 No double standard in discipline, says principal 3/12/81 p.5 Jandris explains suspensions 3/12/81 p.6 President of Orchesis always on her toes (pictures) 3/12/81 p.10 Shorter class day next year 3/19/81 p.5 Blue ribbon art winners (pictures) 3/19/81 p.22 German Club's flight grounded after bomb threat [see correction on 4/9/81 p.21] 4/2/81 p.10 Local cinematographer airs film "Barrington Blues" 4/9/81 p.90 Correction to story of 4/2/81 on German Club tour 4/9/81 p.21 Board adds period, criticism fades 4/23/81 p.5 Open campus, smoking issues lead to BHS protest (picture) 4/23/81 p.20 Students burn over smoking rules 5/21/81 p.7 Barrington students view school, selves 5/28/81 p.16 Election flap at BHS 6/4/81 p.11 Students meet with Jandris 6/11/81 p.5 Pickets halt work at BHS 6/25/81 p.23 State's attorney bows out of student election flap 7/2/81 p.7 Principal's first year marked by controversy (pictures) 7/2/81 p.7 Board washes hands of Barrington election controversy 7/23/81 p.5 Class of ‘61 takes look back (pictures) 7/30/81 p.27 Student Federation wounds start to heal 8/6/81 p.10 BHS students tour France, Italy (picture) 8/6/81 p.14 Cafeteria won't be ready for school (picture) 8/13/81 p.18 BHS student to perform at Rosemont (picture) 8/20/81 p.87 BHS student makes federal case out of election invalidation 9/3/81 p.84 Swimming pool open for family use 9/24/81 p.84 Lawyer gathering information 10/1/81 p.14 No college for women: men enlisted In 1941 (pictures) 10/8/81 p.10 Tide turning at Barrington High School? (picture) 10/29/81 p.10 Drugs alcohol problem at BHS In all classes 11/18/81 p.18 Tries free access plan 12/3/81 p.80 Swimming classes 12/10/81 p.22 More suspensions at BHS 12/1/81 p.14 Class of `81 scores high 12/24/81 p.14 BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL. Appropriations up 7/9/81 p.114 Village board votes for bigger barn 10/1/81 p.22 90% of Barrington Hills homes to get new addresses with grid system 10/1/81 p.80 Village board questions size of legal fee from BH firm 10/29/81 p.19 BARRINGTON, ILL. Barrington flag may fly soon (picture) 1/1/81 p.20 A. Keith Pierson to leave helm as Barrington village president (picture) 1/8/81 p.5 New interest shown in proposed sports colossus 1/15/81 p.14 Village board okays use of revenue bonds 1/29/81 p.10 Budget up 13% but not taxes 4/16/81 p.101 New village leaders take over 5/7/81 p.10 Sewers set for south Hough St. 6/25/81 p.11 Okays bond policy to attract new businesses 7/16/81 p.14 Annual report, fiscal year ending 4/30/81 8/6/81 p.88 Okay industrial bonds for builder 8/13/81 p.13 Cuts proposed levy request 8/13/81 p.11 Three employees pass $30,000 mark 8/13/81 p.13 Reduced services ahead because of levy cuts 8/27/81 p.73 Garbage rates go up 9/17/81 p.88 Garbage pickup rates 10/1/81 p.18 Village may go it alone in quest for grants 10/29/81 p.83 Benefits average for Barrington village department heads 11/12/81 p.5 Barrington new computer town? (picture) 11/19/81 p.12 BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS Brabec's book helps people sell their crafts (picture) 1/8/81 p.21 Local author [Charles L. Mee, Jr.] writes new book (picture) 2/12/81 p.26 Divorce attorney [Herbert A. Glieberman] writes on how to save marriages (picture) 4/9/81 p.89 Young writers (pictures) 5/7/81 p.16 Arts award for Gene Wolfe 6/25/81 p.31 Jasmine Candlish finds success in novel career (picture) 8/20/81 p.29 New book for Mee 12/1/81 p.29 Play group to perform local students' stories (picture) 10/1/81 p.87 Lisel Mueller to speak (picture) 10/11/81 p.87 Writer [Gene Wolfe] receives fantasy award 12/3/81 p.31 Local poet Laura Szumylos' work published 12/3/81 p.37 BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY Nurse honored for work with Barrington General Hospital 53 years ago (picture) 9/11/81 p.10 Barrington third in the world! (pictures) 9/3/81 p.A All stars finish as winners 9/3/81 p.89 Hail to the champs! (picture) 9/3/81 p.91 Did us proud League told 9/17/81 p.5 BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Honor students aren't made by grades alone (pictures) 1/22/81 p.10 Stage Band stages own concept (pictures) 4/2/81 p.40 BARRINGTON MONTESSORI SCHOOL Marks 11th year 9/10/81 p.58 BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT Incumbents rule out attempts at re-election 1/15/81 p.14 To borrow $55,000 for projects 6/11/81 p.16 To borrow to pay bills 7/16/81 p.20 New levy up 9.5% 9/17/81 p.88 "Cellar" new game room for youth (picture) 12/3/81 p.29 Second annual music contest held (picture) 12/10/81 p.24 Carol Beese to finish husband's term 12/17/81 p.17 BARRINGTON REPORTING SERVICE Barrington Reporting Service opens (picture) 9/3/81 p.61 BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB To be idea exchange forum 1/22/81 p.95 BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL. Starts heating bill assistance work 1/22/81 p.14 Social service agencies get revenue sharing funds 4/16/81 p.12 BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES BYS on its feet again (picture) 2/26/81 p.7 New staff functions as a real team 5/14/81 p.23 Benefit car wash by teens 5/14/81 p.80 BYS alum [Katie Bandelier] donates money, time (picture) 7/9/81 p.19 Photograph 9/10/81 p.16 Needs $200,000 more to buy house it's renting 9/10/81 p.17 BARSUMIAN, NAZARETH Tower Lakes: for 50 years "land left better" (picture) 2/26/81 p.54 BARTON, JANE Woman minister chooses path of joy (picture) 1/8/81 p.10 BASH, PHILIP E. Writers invite local publisher to workshop (picture) 1/24/81 p.83 BEATRICE FOODS May buy 92-acre SB site 12/31/81 p.14 BEESE, CAROL Elected by state organization,(picture) 11/26/81 p.45 Carol Beese to finish husband's term 12/17/81 p.17 BEESE, RONALD E. American Can donates $500 to honor employee's service 1/15/81 p.19 South Park renamed for Ron Beese (picture) 9/10/81 p.24 Community expresses sorrow at loss of Beese (picture) 11/5/81 p.91 BEHREND, NORMA New candidate for North Barrington village board 1/8/81 p.12 BERGHORN, NELLIE Ran first hospital in village 53 years ago (picture) 9/17/81 p.10 BESLER, CINDY Now beauty queen Cindy Besler wears crown 5/7/81 p.107 BEVERLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Gets OK from Hoffman Estates 1/22/81 p.22 Barrington Hill opposes Beverly sewers 2/26/81 p.21 Barrington group rail against Beverly plan 3/12/81 p.12 NIPC's Beverly answer may come on April 1 3/26/81 p.12 NIPC sinks plan for Beverly sewers 4/9/81 p.7 Hoffman Estates puts Beverly project on hold 7/9/81 p.16 Sewers fate to get hearing 8/13/81 p.13 Hayten blasts critics of sewer plan 8/20/81 p.18 State EPA deals blow in denying sewer service 11/12/81 p.21 To appeal EPA ruling 11/26/81 p.11 BLOOD--COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION Will there be enough? 9/10/81 p.14 191 respond to drive 9/24/81 p.18 BOAND, BARD Varrrooom! Local racing driver talks about his car (pictures) 9/15/81 p.1 BOEHME, HELEN School nurse retires (pictures) 4/30/81 p.28 BON APPETIT Bon Appetit moving next door 10/1/81 p.23 BRABEC, BARBARA Author of book on selling your crafts (picture) 1/8/81 p.21 BRADLEY, JOANNE C. In top ten college women in U.S. (picture) 6/11/81 p.37 BRIDGES BH to object to Fox River bridge 5/28/81 p.13 County officials predict 1983 bridge completion 6/18/81 p.13 BRIDWELL, BILL Local archaeologists dig in summer (picture) 10/22/81 p.25 BRIDWELL, NAIDYNE Local archaeologists dig in summer (picture) 10/22/81 p.25 BROWN, TOM Sheriff sues deputies over political charges 8/13/81 p.72 BROWN, VICTOR, REV. Brown leaves pulpit at Presbyterian Church (picture) 6/11/81 p.29 BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES Opponents lined up to fight second dump (pictures) 6/18/81 p.5 After 20 years Browning-Ferris loses garbage contract 9/3/81 p.18 Refuse company wants 40 more acres in SB 9/17/81 p.14 BFI to donate work site (South Barrington Village Hall) 10/15/81 p.11 BFI landfill opposed 12/10/81 p.9 Against BFI landfill 12/17/81 p.12 CABLE TELEVISION Lake Barrington votes to join cable effort 1/8/81 p.13 Cable TV issues grow for Barrington board 1/15/81 p.6 Cable pornography still issue 1/22/81 p.15 Canadian firm Cablenet choice of villagers 2/5/81 p.5 You may get opportunity to talk to your TV set 2/5/81 p.5 Barrington to examine firms again before vote 2/12/81 p.7 Barrington picks Des Plaines cable firm 2/26/81 p.5 Lake Barrington not sold on Centel 3/12/81 p.31 Barrington to sign with cable TV firm 3/26/81 p.5 New Year's Day cable, perhaps 4/2/81 p.13 Tower Lakes opts for Centel 6/18/81 p.92 Centel, Cable TV firm may link area 7/9/81 p.18 BHS site offered for cable firm building 9/17/81 p.13 Deer Park joins Centel villages 9/24/81 p.77 Barrington could get cable TV in 6 months 10/15/81 p.12 Cable TV by summer in Barrington, says Centel 11/12/81 p.22 CABLENET Canadian firm Cablenet choice of villagers 2/5/81 p.5 CADIEUX, ROBERT D. Named executive vice president of Amoco Chemicals Corporation (picture) 9/10/81 p.64 CANDLISH, JASMINE Finds success in novel career (picture) 9/20/81 p.29 CAR POOLS Pull together with car pool ad 6/4/81 p.5 Carpool seen as crisis answer 6/4/81 p.7 Carpooling? You're insured 6/4/81 p.7 CARSON PIRIE SCOTT & CO. Carson's out, Field's still in bonding deal 5/21/81 p.20 CASSELL, MARTIN L. Attorney with Rock Island retires with honors (picture) 1/1/81 p.44 CATLOW, JOE To end village board service (picture) 2/5/81 p.10 CENSUS Census count still low, area villages claim 1/1/81 p.21 Final census figures short, says Trego 4/30/81 p.24 CENTEL CABLE TELEVISION OF ILLINOIS Lake Barrington not sold on Centel 3/12/81 p.31 Tower Lakes opts for Centel 6/18/81 p.92 Centel, Cable TV firm, may link area 7/9/81 p.18 Park joins Centel villages 9/24/81 p.77 Cable TV by summer In Barrington, says Centel 11/12/81 p.22 CHABRIAN, DEBBIE BHS graduate has own exhibit (picture) 1/8/81 p.67 CHANG, EUGENE Engineer goes home as witness to history (pictures) 2/19/81 p.10 CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD Seeks 50% fair hike 7/1/81 p.44 Barrington to lose 1/4 of its trains 8/20/81 p.78 Suburban business lobby gets train rolling again 9/17/81 p.12 Fares to drop until April 10/1/81 p.24 Rail crossing repairs by village 10/29/81 p.12 CHRISTMAS TREES Tree farm (pictures) 12/10/81 p.75 CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION To get Stone property wetlands deed 10/1/81 p.16 CLARK-HOUSER AND ASSOCIATES Appraisals offered by new office (picture) 9/17/81 p.70 CLEARBROOK CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED Buys house near Barrington Hills 12/17/81 p.20 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Plan to be hot topic 1/29/81 p.10 Former president [North Barrington] criticizes draft of comprehensive plan 2/12/91 p.10 Plan group amends density [North Barrington] 4/23/81 p.100 Fate of downtown plan may be set July 29 6/11/81 p.81 Deer Park retail & office area 7/9/91 p.12 Comprehensive plan heads for NB board 8/13/81 p.19 Board passes comprehensive plan [North Barrington] 10/29/81 p.12 Businesses protected under downtown plan 11/19/81 p.7 CRAGG, SUSAN Cragg reviews her tenure as North Barrington village president 12/3/81 p.23 CRANE, PHILIP M. Administration adopts Crane's proposal to index federal income taxes 8/27/81 p.70 CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY Two form Creative Photography (picture) 6/11/81 p.76 CRIME AND CRIMINALS Sheriff arrests two at Mustang Ranch 1/8/81 p.6 Court date set in prostitution case [Le Studio] 1/8/81 p.87 Prostitution alleged in raid [Mustang Ranch] 1/15/81 p.6 Teens charged with burglaries 1/22/81 p.5 3rd prostitution arrest may close motel [Mustang Ranch] 2/5/81 p.12 Cook County padlocks motel [Mustang Ranch] (pictures) 3/5/81 p.5 Cook County padlocks motel [Mustang Ranch] (pictures) 3/5/81 p.81 Prostitution trial set 3/12/81 p.30 Arrest could close Le Studio 3/19/81 p.7 First National Bank robbed 4/16/181 p.13 Bank robber netted over $1 million 4/23/81 p.10 Bank robbery victim trying to organize other victims 4/30/81 p.7 Two women plead guilty [Le Studio] 4/30/81 p.52 BH man threatens to kill self when police try to arrest him 5/7/81 p.18 Bank robber took jewelry, cash 5/7/81 p.18 Lake County cracks down on handgun crimes 5/7/81 p.30 Trial date postponed [Le Studio] 5/14/81 p.27 Judge modifies sentences [Merterns Family] 5/21/81 p.16 Trial ends with guilty plea [Le Studio] 6/11/81 p.20 Burglaries increasing 7/2/81 p.21 South Barrington man accused of using mail for prostitution 7/16/81 p.10 BHS youth guilty [bomb throat] 7/23/81 p.20 Pupil sentenced for bomb threat 8/13/81 p.16 Gunman holds up Illinois Cleaners 8/20/81 p.95 Three bank robbery suspects arrested 8/27/81 p.80 First trial witness may be called [David Baresel case] 9/10/81 p.11 Arsonist may have set vehicle fire in Inverness 9/10/81 p.23 Former Dundee road boss [David Baresel] guilty of fraud 10/1/81 p.12 North Barrington burglary suspect arrested 11/5/81 p.90 Theft charges for BHS student 11/5/81 p.90 Fatal accident brings charges 11/19/81 p.85 CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. State to drop assessed value in Cuba Township 1/19/81 p.6 Offices could be moved to save rent money 4/23/81 p.94 Connections for 1980 5/28/81 p.84 Delinquent tax list 11/26/81 p.63 CULLEN, PEGGY Artist in exhibitions 1/22/81 p.25 Profiles in Achievement: voluntarism (picture) 12/31/81 p.7 DAVID D SEALCOATING Brotherly business (picture) 9/17/81 p.37 DAVIDSON, JOY Winner at Appaloosa Show 8/13/81 p.25 DAVIS, NORMAN H. Wins Scout award (picture) 12/17/81 p.72 DEER PARK, ILL. President to bow out after 20 years 1/15/81 p.12 Seeks U.S. park funds 2/19/81 p.23 Okays gas station and store 2/19/81 p.24 Deer Park, Kildeer plan for Route 12 4/2/81 p.56 Kildeer-Deer Park plan units agree on border pact 6/11/81 p.20 Plans retail and office area 7/9/81 p.12 Deer Park dump (picture) 8/27/81 p.23 Office plan criticized by officials 10/22/81 p.76 Offices planned for last 20 years 10/22/81 p.77 $6000 two-month legal bill questioned 11/19/81 p.10 Commercially zoned land in new plan 11/19/81 p.11 DEFENDERS OF THE FOX RIVER, INC. History 9/10/81 p.36 DE YCAZA, FRAN Children's librarian De Ycaza move's on to Hawaii (picture) 4/30/81 p.33 DISASTER PLANNING Barrington to get 5000 evacuees in disaster plan 7/16/81 p.20 Not all believe drill was success 8/6/81 p.24 DIXON, ANNA Celebrates 100th birthday (picture) 11/12/81 p.10 DRAPER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Officials meet secretly on Draper 1/8/81 p.5 DRUGS Cocaine found in yard 9/24/81 p.76 DURBIN-STOVAL ASSOCIATES Realty World & Durbin-Stoval Associates new joint venture 7/23/81 p.57 E.F. HUTTON Brings financial services to Barrington (picture) 1/22/81 p.75 EARTH HOUSES Earth sheltered home uses natural energy (picture) 6/18/81 p.66 EDWARDS, STEVE Here's a fellow who's been to Timbucktu (pictures) 9/10/81 p.25 ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Fight in Ela over money spending plans 4/9/81 p.88 Hires expert to solve pay hassle 7/16/81 p.74 Ela Township sues over salaries 11/5/81 p.88 ELAINE'S SHOES Store opens in Commons 4/16/81 p.77 ELECTIONS David Nelson announces candidacy for village presidency (picture) 1/8/81 p.5 New candidate [Norma Behrend] for North Barrington village board 1/8/81 p.12 Hats are tossed in election rings 1/15/81 p.13 GOP, Democrats pick slates for township 1/15/81 p.12 Incumbents rule out attempts it re-election [Barrington Park District] 1/15/81 p.14 Two SB trustees election candidates 1/15/81 p.14 Village candidates jostling for spots 1/22/81 p.5 Faces new, familiar in the election 1/22/81 p.7 Contests races 1/29/81 p.12 7 seek office in Barrington 1/29/81 p.13 Political parades okayed 1/29/81 p.12 Independents face incumbents in Cuba Twp. 1/29/81 p.16 Park District races 1/29/81 p.16 Trustee candidate Reed drops out after challenge 2/5/81 p.11 Barrington Twp. supervisor only candidate with opponent 2/26/81 p.27 Election grab-bag 4/2/81 p.5 Outgoing president Pierson supporting Woodsome 4/2/81 p.21 Barrington Township race for supervisor 4/2/81 p.27 4 villages give no competition 4/2/81 p.27 Electioneering charges filed 4/2/81 p.29 Candidate biographies (pictures) 4/2/81 p.105 Voters like Woodsome over Forsberg 4/9/81 p.5 Village, town, park race results at a glance 4/9/81 p.5 Tower Lakes road vote bombs 4/9/81 p.13 Voters clear on supervisor 4/9/81 p.13 United party wins in South Barrington 4/9/81 p.16 Voters like Cuba Township incumbents 4/9/81 p.18 Township supervisor ousted 4/9/81 p.18 Wood wins in Barrington Park District 4/9/81 p.18 Winners of North Barrington board seats 4/9/81 p.22 Stern's campaign head maps strategy 6/25/81 p.16 Heated issues attract few candidates [District 220] 8/13/81 p.5 Gravdal not to seek re-election (District 220] 8/20/81 p.13 Five file for board [District 220] 8/27/81 p.10 Barrington, Palatine newcomers eye House 10/22/81 p.5 Now candidate in Senate race 10/29/81 p.15 Five candidates seek voters' approval [District 220] 10/29/81 p.5 Candidates [District 220] (pictures) 10/29/81 p.22 GOP screening may kill outsider's chances 11/5/81 p.11 Palatine leader Guss announces bid 11/5/81 p.81 School Board, Harper College election results 11/5/81 p.5 Canvas confirms Harper board member's defeat 11/12/81 p.15 Vernon leader wants House seat 11/12/81 p.13 Educators to support Chapman in primary 11/12/81 p.14 Hayden, others in race 11/26/81 p.12 BH trustee in race 11/26/81 p.66 Miller to run (Lake County Board) 11/26/81 p.67 Anderson bid (Lake County Board) 11/26/81 p.67 Field full for 10th district seat 12/3/81 p.20 Johnson bids for GOP committeeman (picture) 12/10/81 p.19 Lake County GOP picks candidates 12/10/81 p.28 Hot contests 12/17/81 p.24 Chapman in race 12/31/81 p.18 ELRICK, STEPHEN Thimblesful of wildlife artist's trademark (pictures) 1/29/81 p.21 ENGELKING, ELLA Secretary to 8 school superintendents retires (picture) 10/29/81 p.83 ERICSON, CLYDE From home to the wild blue yonder home-built plane (picture) 6/16/81 p.1 FARM TRAILS Open space unit acquires Farm Trails land 4/23/81 p.24 FIREARMS Lake County cracks down on handgun crimes 5/7/81 p.30 FIRES Saving a house (pictures) 1/29/81 p.5 Grass blaze on Pepper Road destroys house, 5 acres (picture) 3/26/81 p.11 Motel [Mustang Ranch] burns, suspect arson (pictures) 5/14/81 p.5 Big insurance claim aftermath of fire [Mustang Ranch] 5/28/81 p.10 Propane van bursts into flames (picture) 9/3/81 p.14 Arsonist may have set vehicle fire in Inverness 9/10/81 p.23 House burns (picture) 12/3/81 p.24 Puff Hairdressers destroyed by fire 12/10/81 p.12 Building gutted 12/31/81 p.20 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON First National Bank robbed 4/16/81 p.13 Bank robber netted over $1 million 4/23/81 p.10 Bank robbery victim trying to organize other victims 4/30/81 p.7 Bank robber took jewelry, cash 5/7/81 p.18 Three bank robbery suspects arrested 8/27/81 p.80 FITTON, RUSSELL P. Opens dentistry practice (picture) 8/27/81 p.58 FLYNN, BILL Stage mom's dreams come true for son (picture) 8/20/81 p.87 FORREST, CAROL Quilt wins prize (picture) 4/30/81 p.38 FORREST PRESS Forest Press marks 33rd anniversary (picture) 6/25/81 p.58 FOSTER HOMES Poster parents give love (pictures) 3/19/81 p.65 FOX, MARY Good Shepherd scholarship to Mary Fox 10/8/81 p.32 FOX RIVER BRIDGE8 BH to object 5/28/81 p.13 McHenry County Plan Commission to view bridge plan 6/11/81 p.11 County approves bridge proposal 6/25/81 p.13 FREE ST. THEATER Free St. Theater at libraries (pictures) 6/25/81 p.7 FRIEDLAND, JOHN Name on sight but office unusually empty 4/30/81 p.10 FULLER, JACKIE Fuller charts new waters for learning disabled child: [Profiles in Achievement] (picture) 1/1/81 p.9 FULTON, HARRY Fulton is Mr. History at Wauconda Township museum: [Profiles in Achievement] (picture) 1/1/81 p.10 FUNK, JILL Sculptor Jill Funk's work on display (picture) 9/22/81 p.2 GALSTON, STEPHEN G. Opens general psychiatry practice (picture) 7/2/81 p.58 GESSERT, AMY BHS student to perform at Rosemont (picture) 8/20/81 p.87 GLIEBERMAN, HERBERT A. Divorce attorney writes on how to save marriages (picture) 4/9/81 p.89 GOLTRA FOUNDRIES Goltra Foundries to move out of Barrington 1/22/81 p.22 GOEDE'S PLANEVIEW PUMPKIN FARM Everything's orange at Goede's Planeview Pumpkin Farm (picture) 10/22/81 p.69 GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL Anesthesiologists join medical staff 3/5/81 p.69 Hospital staff named 4/9/81 p.102 Pastoral care at Good Shepherd Hospital (picture) 6/25/81 p.12 To be needed is reward enough 7/16/81 p.24 Dr. Michael J. Parka joins medical staff (picture) 8/20/81 p.67 Dr. Michael J. Parka joins staff of Good Shepherd Hospital (picture) 10/15/81 p.42 Shepherd Hospitals' growth: Profiles in Achievement (picture) 1/1/81 p.6 Artists donate art to hospital gallery 11/5/81/81 p.42 GOOSE LAKE Proposal sent to BH committee 7/23/81 p.16 GREAT AMERICA Great America sounds young talent, showcase (pictures) 8/27/81 p.74 GRID SYSTEM Underway July 25 in unincorporated area 7/16/81 p.17 Lake County grid system numbers may be ready in month 9/24/81 p.22 90% of Barrington Hills homes to get new addresses 10/1/81 p.80 GUERRA, CAROLYN Carolyn Guerra finds joy in art (pictures) 11/5/81 p.93 GUYER JAKAL, JUDITH Judith Guyer Jakal opens art exhibit (picture) 7/9/81 p.32 HAEGER POTTERIES, INC. Klein retires after 43 Years (picture) 12/24/81 p.42 HALL, LORENA 103 years old 10/14/81 p.16 HANDICAPPED YOUTH Special unit seeks methods to aid handicapped 7/30/81 p.16 Retarded student vs. District 220, State 10/22/81 p.16 Love tempers the struggle (pictures) 11/19/81 p.79 Lisa fighting to walk tall (pictures) 11/19/81 p.78 Schools to appeal 12/3/81 p.26 HAPPY MEDIUM BH home sex club for 250 couples 11/26/81 p.5 Swingers party 11/26/81 p.5 Violating zoning laws 12/3/81 p.5 To halt parties 12/10/81 p.5 What's a. club? 12/17/81 p.5 May go to court 12/24/81 p.56 May seek hearing 12/31/81 p.22 HARPER COLLEGE Tuition Increases 4/30/81 p.26 Harper cops want to bear arms 4/30/81 p.106 Retains accreditation 7/9/81 p.47 Russell Anderson wins Harper College Award for Excellence 8/13/81 p.29 Peter J. Bakas, new vice president 8/20/81 p.85 Amersham Scholarship started 9/20/81 p.85 Candidates (pictures) 10/29/81 p.22 School Board, Harper College election results 11/5/81 p.5 Tentative teacher's union pact 11/5/81 p.24 Dental clinic teaches and treats 11/5/81 p.24 Canvas confirms Harper board member's defeat 11/12/81 p.15 HARV'S BARBER SHOP Harv's Barber Shop is John Charles Styling (picture) 8/6/81 p.58 HAWTHORNE, DOUG In charge of Salvation Army meals (pictures) 11/24/81 p.19 HEALTH CARE Care for the terminally ill, convalescent, new mother (pictures) 1/22/81 p.43 HEINEMANN, HERBERT Retired pastor (picture) 7/30/81 p.71 HENDEE, CHARLES For Hendee's guests it's a dog's life (pictures) 1/15/81 p.10 HERITAGE CABINET SHOPPE Offers custom quality handcrafted work (picture) 11/12/81 p.57 HICKORY HILL SCHOOL Committee to suggest closing Hickory Hill School 4/9/81 p.7 Carpentersville school could close 4/16/81 p.10 School promises ear to Carpentersville parents 4/23/81 p.16 Carpentersville parents object to school closing plea 5/14/81 p.19 Board won't close Hickory for ‘81-‘82 5/28/81 p.5 Board near decision on closing 6/18/81 p.7 Carpentersville parents want their schools 6/18/81 p.7 Near decision on Hickory Hill closing 6/18/81 p.7 School closing just a question of when 6/25/81 p.7 Parents want school open 4/25/81 p.7 To close 10/1/81 p.10 Committee to discuss Hickory Hill closing 10/22/81 p.17 HILL & KNOWLTON Kurt P. Stocker named vice-president 11/12/81 p.63 HILLSIDE NURSERY SCHOOL Changes owners 4/30/81 p.46 Kids, moms remember Hillside Nursery School (pictures) 5/7/81 p.33 HINDS, CHARLES E. New NB president (picture) 12/24/91 p.5 HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS Jack Lageschulte elected president 1/1/81 p.46 HORNE, PENNY The ultimate in caring (picture) 3/5/81 p.10 BADC service winner (picture) 6/4/81 p.10 HORSES Barrington Hills eyed as site for International horse show 1/15/81 p.42 Jag still rolling in clover (picture) 8/13/81 p.23 Joy Davidson winner at Appaloosa show 8/13/81 p.25 Equine superstars to converge at Arlington Park 8/13/81 p.C9 Lipizans to strut stuff (pictures) 8/20/81 p.C9 Boyle Country on horse with heart (picture) 8/27/81 p.25 Soper on grand prix (picture) 8/27/81 p.25 Natalie Lamping wins award at horse show (picture) 12/3/81 p.84 HORTON, HELEN WOLCOTT Named business home economist of the year 10/1/81 p.62 HOT AIR BALLOONS Balloon accident kills five (picture) 8/20/81 p.5 Local couple hurt in crash of second balloon (picture) 8/20/81 p.6 Huge ball of fire 8/20/81 p.7 Residents question safety of balloons 8/20/81 p.7 Klingenberg recalls his balloon days (Museum Memos) 8/20/81 p.97 Pilot of crashed balloon in similar accident last summer 8/27/81 p.10 HOUSES Logsmiths play 600 year old trade (pictures) 1/8/81 p.24 North Barrington couple tries to raffle house (picture) 8/20/81 p.16 Kimberly House this year's museum Christmas card (picture) 11/5/81 p.12 Focus on Business: Buehler mansion for sale (pictures) 11/5/81 p.64 Couple cancels house raffle 11/12/81 p.10 HOUSING Housing panel near decision 1/8/81 p.7 Housing group still seeking private funds 1/15/81 p.5 Sponsor likely for seniors housing 1/22/81 p.11 Good Shepherd's Association may sponsor 1/29/81 p.19 103-unit senior citizen project okayed (diagram) 2/12/82 p.5 Upbeat housing feeling 2/12/81 p.14 Village, historical unit both eye Lake Street 2/19/81 p.5 Wheels in motion to save village's Lake Street homes 2/26/81 p.97 Barrington senior housing gets new boost 4/16/81 p.100 Barrington plan unit removes Lake Street homes from center plan 5/7/81 p.21 Lake County considers sites for low-income housing 5/14/84 p.18 Bugs and drafts fill senior apartment (picture) 7/2/81 p.5 Barrington cries foul over housing letter 7/16/81 p.7 Cluster housing idea protested [Barrington Hills] 9/13/81 p.19 Money for senior citizen units 9/24/81 p.10 Six years of hard work rewarded 9/24/81 p.10 Site to get tenant 11/26/81 p.63 HUNGER PROJECT Marathon biker (picture) 8/27/8l p.27 HUSEMOLLER, CAROLYN Husemollor and cat enrich Good Shepherd & community: [Profiles in Achievement] (picture) 1/1/81 p.10 ILLINOIS BENEDICTINE COLLEGE Judson C. Ball named to board 10/22/81 p.68 ILLINOIS CLEANERS Gunman holds up Illinois Cleaners 8/20/81 p.95 INFANTINO, CINDY New children's librarian (picture) 6/11/81 p.12 INVERNESS, ILL. Inverness sewers get O.K. 9/24/81 p.79 JACOBS, JOHN Library trustee to move away 9/17/81 p.90 JAKAL, JUDITH GUYER Opens art show (picture) 7/9/81 p.32 JANDRIS, THOMAS No double standard in discipline, says principal 3/12/81 p.5 Jandris explains suspensions 3/12/81 p.6 Students meet with Jandris 6/11/81 p.5 Principal's first year marked by controversy (pictures) 7/2/81 p.7 Responds to letters to editor BHS election 7/23/81 p.8 Tide turning at Barrington High School? 10/29/81 p.10 JANE FAUL TYPESETTING Wordgraphics Ltd. offers graphic design 10/22/81 p.60 JEWEL HOME SHOPPING SERVICE Jewel Home Shopping Service to be employee owned cooperative 2/5/81 p.69 JEWEL PARK (LAND SUBDIVISION) Jewel Park utility repairs raise questions 4/30/81 p.13 JOHN CHARLES STYLING Formerly Harv's Barber Shop (picture) 8/6/81 p.58 JOHNSON, ANDY 67-year old skier (pictures) 2/12/81 p.50 JOHNSON, RALPH E. In bid for GOP committeeman (picture) 12/10/81 p.19 KARPIEL, DORIS Organizing business advisory council 4/30/81 p.10 KERBER SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION) Neighbors want drainage fixed before Inverness annexes 5/7/81 p.23 Kerber subdivision could be barter with BH and Inverness 10/1/81 p.23 KIDS ON THE BLOCK Gain supporters 1/15/81 p.22 "Kids" in school (picture) 6/18/81 p.29 Puppeteering class for Kids on the Block 9/24/81 p.20 KIMBERLY HOUSE This year's museum Christmas card (picture) 11/5/81 p.12 KIM'S PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANERS Opens in Barrington (picture) 3/5/81 p.65 KLEIN, LOUIS J. Retires from Haeger (picture) 12/24/81 p.42 K-MART CORP. K-Mart president [Lee W. Zane, Jr.] retires (picture) 3/12/81 p.84 KOZ, RICH Palatine's Rich Koz Is TV host (pictures) 5/7/81 p.C9 KRAMER, ERIC Teen musician composes (picture) 5/14/81 p.29 KRESMERY FAMILY Love of old caps nurtures family closeness (pictures) 6/18/81 p.93 KROHN DEVELOPMENT CORP. Developer plans SB restaurant, hotel or motel at Bartlett and Higgins Rd. 2/12/81 p.19 L&W LAMPS Opens shop (picture) 8/13/81 p.56 LAGESCHULTE, JACK Elected president of Home Builders Assn. of Illinois (picture) 1/1/81 p.46 Appointed to HOW directorship (picture) 9/24/81 p.62 LAGESCHULTE, WENDY Profiles in Achievement: health (picture) 12/31/81 p.6 LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL. To investigate business licenses 12/10/81 p.20 LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Barium water problems 5/7/81 p.29 LAMPING, NATALIE Wins, award at horse show (picture) 12/3/81 p.84 LAMPLIGHTER SHOP Lamplighter shop offers new gifts with new owners 11/19/81 p.68 LAND USE Barrington Hills planners reject proposed Marcy Subdivision 1/8/81 p.16 New interest shown in proposed sports colossus 1/15/81 p.14 Cuba Twp. residents protest Lake County plan 2/12/81 p.19 Survey shows open space preference 3/5/81 p.17 Open space key to NB survey 3/19/81 p.19 Higgins-Road-Route 59 land may go to Hoffman Estates 4/2/81 p.21 Scout camp past burled, developer plans homes 4/16/81 p.5 Company wants SB land fill site 4/16/81 p.99 Open space unit acquires Farm Trails land 4/23/81 p.24 Developer wants to build office condominiums on Grove 5/28/81 p.13 County unveils plan 7/16/91 p.73 Ecology topic in Stone property wetlands talk 9/17/81 p.89 Citizens for Conservation to get Stone property wetlands deed 10/1/81 p.16 Pine Valley residents fight office complex 11/12/81 p.20 BFI landfill opposed 12/10/81 p.9 Against landfill 12/17/81 p.12 Army engineers may sue man for fill in wetland 12/24/81 p.55 LANDOLT, RUDOLPH F. Named group president (picture) 5/28/81 p.66 LANGENDORF PARK Baptism at Langendorf pool (pictures) 8/13/81 p.77 LARKIN HOME FOR CHILDREN Memories color work of Larkin head (pictures) 1/291/81 p.60 LARSON, EINAR F. Celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (picture) 7/9/81 p.29 LATIMER, HUGH A. To head West Virginia Wesleyan College (picture) 4/9/81 p.41 LAW Barrington has new raffle law 1/8/81 p.87 Local officials unsure of meeting law [Illinois Open Meetings Act] efforts 9/10/81 p.20 LEE, WILLIAM MARSHALL, Elected president of Licensing Executives Society (picture) 10/1/81 p.69 LERUM FAMILY Brotherly business gives boost to sister (pictures) 9/17/81 p.37 LE STUDIO State's attorney to get case against club 1/1/81 p.20 Court date set In prostitution case 1/8/81 p.87 Prostitution trial set 3/12/81 p.30 Arrests could close Le Studio 3/19/81 p.7 Club closed down 4/2/81 p.12 Two women plead guilty 4/30/91 p.52 Trial date postponed 5/14/91 p.27 Trial ends with guilty plea 6/11/81 p.20 LICENSING EXECUTIVES SOCIETY William Marshall Lee elected president 10/1/81 p.69 LIPOFSKY, HAROLD Profiles in Achievements: business (picture) 12/31/81 p.6 LIQUOR LAWS Vote postponed [on liquor licenses] 12/17/81 p.16 LITTON INDUSTRIES, INC. John C. Tuffy named corporate director of information service (picture) 11/12/81 p.63 LOG CABINS Logsmiths ply 600-year-old trade (pictures) 1/8/81 p.24 LUTHER, MARJORIE Profiles in Achievement: education (picture) 12/31/81 p.5 MACKINAC YACHT RACE From Barrington to Mackinac under full sail (picture) 7/23/81 p.72 MAIBEN, DEAN Hired by Addison 12/10/81 p.14 MAIS OUI Call Mais Oui for a French maid (picture) 10/29/81 p.58 MARCY SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION) Barrington Hills planners reject proposal Marcy Subdivision 1/8/81 p.16 MARQUARDT BUICK Wins top honors (picture) 11/5/81 p.68 MARQUARDT, LARRY Buick dealership wins honors (picture) 11/5/81 p.68 MARSHALL, CHARLES Named officer AT&T board (picture) 10/8/81 p.54 MARSHALL FIELD'S SB Field's deal passes scrutiny of state court 1/8/81 p.16 SB gives go-ahead to issue Store bonds 1/22/81 p.26 SB ready to issue bonds for Field stores 3/5/81 p.55 SB ready, able to issue bonds for Field stores 3/12/81 p.30 Carson's out, Field's still in bonding deal 5/21/81 p.20 SB to issue bonds for Marshall Field's 7/16/81 p.74 Palatine agrees to SB bond deal 10/15/81 p.18 SB to issue second $9 million bond issue for Field's 11/5/81 p.26 MART, SUSAN Artist Susan Mart does spatial art (picture) 9/29/81 p.1 MARTENS, HAROLD Martens retiring as paramedics' leader (picture) 10/15/81 p.13 MAUDE, MICHAEL Developer of Palatine property asks SB to issue industrial bonds 9/17/81 p.96 MAXON, DONALD $25,000 loan helping chief to move 1/15/81 p.7 Barrington may lose police chief Maxon (picture) 9/3/81 p.16 Police chief to stay 9/17/81 p.5 Two governments think Maxon is to be their chief (picture) 10/1/81 p.5 Police chief in Virginia FBI school for 9 weeks 10/8/81 p.5 Back from FBI school (picture) 12/24/81 p.10 MCCLORY, ROBERT Plans to run for 11th term 4/16/81 p.13 MACCOLL, CRAIG To be ordained priest (picture) 12/17/81 p.91 MCFEELY, CLARENCE Elected president of Association of Executive Recruiting Consultants (picture) 1/8/81 p.70 MCGEE, BETTY Her works show her loves (picture) 1/15/81 p.21 MCHENRY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION To review [Fox River] bridge plan 6/11/81 p.11 County approves [Fox River] bridge proposal 6/25/81 p.13 MEE, CHARLES L., JR. Charles L. Mee writes new book (picture) 2/12/81 p.26 New book for Charles L. Mee, Jr. 10/1/81 p.29 MENCK, LINDA She's a character: BHS actress (pictures) 2/12/81 p.10 MERTENS FAMILY Judge modifies sentences 5/21/81 p.16 MICHILOTTI, JOSEPH N. Local physician to open office 10/15/81 p.62 MICHELOTTI MEMORIAL FUND Established 12/17/81 p.98 MILLER, DENNIS Pastor strengthens fragile families (picture)t Profiles In Achievement 1/1/81 p.6 MILLER, JAY [North Barrington] Trustee Jay Miller won't run again 1/8/81 p.12 MILLER, KIM In Miss Illinois National Pre-Teen Pageant (picture) 9/10/81 p.35 "MISS BARRINGTON" Seven aspire to be Miss Barrington 4/30/81 p.14 New beauty queen Cindy Besler wears crown (picture) 5/7/81 p.107 MOOR, ARTHUR D. Honored at Buehler Y (picture) 12/3/81 p.37 MORRICE AND HEYSE INC. Jeeps added to family owned car dealership (picture) 10/15/81 p.58 MOTHERS ARE PEOPLE TOO New group helps fade the blues 3/19/81 p.37 MOTOROLA, INC. Jerome Orloff appointed director of worldwide public relations for Motorola 9/16/81 p.64 MUELLER, LISEL Book award winner to speak (picture) 10/1/81 p.87 MULLINEUX, ANNE Killed In car crash 9/10/81 p.89 MULLINEUX, LAURENCE G., JR. Killed in car crash 9/10/81 p.89 MUNSON, KENNETH C. Named director of historical center in Michigan 12/10/81 p.45 MUSICIANS Harmony counts in barbershop quartets 2/19/81 p.30 Teen [Eric Kramer] musician composes (picture) 5/14/81 p.29 Rock opera by Arlington Heights composer (picture) 11/28/81 p.37 MUSTANG RANCH Sheriff arrests two at Mustang Ranch 1/8/81 p.6 Prostitution alleged in raid 1/15/81 p.6 Mustang lights dim neighboring couple's dream move (picture) 1/29/81 p.18 3rd prostitution arrest may close motel 2/5/81 p.12 Cook County padlocks motel (pictures) 3/5/81 p.5 Filth, cockroaches, women await patrons 3/5/81 p.81 Owner to turn Mustang into regular motel 3/19/81 p.7 Motel burns (picture), suspect arson 5/14/81 p.5 Big insurance claim aftermath of fire 5/28/81 p.10 NATIONAL GUARD Why members joined this team 6/18/81 p.83 NATIONAL TAXPAYERS UNITED OF ILLINOIS Aims at BH tax rates 11/26/81 p.58 NELSON, DAVID Announces candidacy for village presidency (picture) 1/8/81 p.5 NORSTROM, HARRY 60 years wed (picture) 10/15/81 p.35 NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Officials meet secretly on Draper 1/8/81 p.5 Village Board meeting delayed again 1/8/81 p.12 Another trustee decides against re-election 11/15/81 p.12 Trustee Jay Miller won't run again 1/8/81 p.12 Clerk, board finally agree on form of minutes 1/15/81 p.18 NB meetings illegal, state's attorney says 1/29/81 p.5 Recall, tax cut bids may be on NB ballot 1/29/81 p.14 Trustee candidate Reed drops out after challenge 2/5/81 p.11 Former president criticizes draft of comprehensive plan 2/12/81 p.105 Second survey circulates 2/10/81 p.14 Trustee blasts clerk 2/26/81 p.5 Cragg-Saum salvos sail back and forth 3/26/81 p.25 Voters okay tax cut, recall petition 4/9/81 p.10 Plan group amends destiny 4/23/81 p.100 Village Board voters to hire secretary 4/30/81 p.23 Anderson asks trustee to resign 4/30/81 p.33 Away 1 1/2 years, NB trustee resigns (picture) 5/14/81 p.10 Saum's attorney wants Gold to explain or retract charges 5/21/81 p.14 NB told it can't have recall mechanism 6/25/81 p.23 NB stalemated on board pick 6/25/81 p.23 Clerk-president fight village government 7/16/81 p.11 Fighting must stop, NB unit agrees 7/23/81 p.12 Recall ordinance recalled by Cragg's veto 7/23/81 p.18 Cuts back on 1982, budget taxes 7/30/81 p.5 Recall effort dies 7/30/81 p.74 Comprehensive plan heads for NB board 8/13/81 p.19 Ordinance amending village code (legal notice) 8/20/81 p.94 Campaign aide sells Cragg copier 8/27/81 p.11 Outdoor meeting (picture) 9/3/81 p.5 In-house fend 9/3/81 p.12 Board passes comprehensive plan 10/29/81 p.12 Symbol of NB conflict, copier to rest in clerk's office 10/29/81 p.18 Cragg statement (picture) 12/3/81 p.23 President Cragg resigns 12/3/81 p.5 Village Board elects Hinds president (picture) 12/24/81 p.5 NORTH CENTRAL ILLINOIS HUMANE SOCIETY Leslie Man Smith named director (picture) 9/3/81 p.62 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION NIPC's Beverly answer may come on April 13/26/81 p.12 NIPC sinks plan for Beverly sewers 4/9/81 p.7 NORTHWEST CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Opening in Barrington (picture) 8/13/81 p.64 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS Zion not unique risk, says ComEd: Quigg not so sure 10/22/81 p.78 NYMAN, MARIAN Reacts to the world through art (picture) 5/7/81 p.42 OBSCENITY (LAW) New smut law 12/10/81 p.7 OCTAGON HOUSE Bought by local businessman (picture) 10/15/81 p.5 OLIVER, SAM The ultimate in caring (picture) 3/5/81 p.10 OPEN MEETINGS ACT May be signed soon 7/2/81 p.74 Local officials unsure of mooting law effect 9/10/81 p.20 OPEN SPACES Survey shows open space preference 3/5/81 p.17 Open space key to NB survey 3/19/81 p.19 Open space unit acquires Farm Trails land 4/23/81 p.24 ORLOFF, JEROME Appointed director of worldwide public relations for Motorola 9/10/81 p.64 PARENTS WHO CARE Organizational meeting 11/26/81 p.28 PARISH POINT (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Barrington gives okay to 19-acre development 7/23/81 p.14 PARKER, MICHAEL J. Joins medical staff at Good Shepherd (picture) 8/20/81 p.67 Joins staff of Good Shepherd Hospital (picture) 10/15/81 p.62 "PEACE PILGRIM" Peace walk brings pilgrim to Barrington (pictures) 6/4/81 p.93 PEPPER LAKE RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Now restaurant overlooks Pepper Lake 1/29/81 p.78 PERBIX, JOYCE Perbix sees nature through lens of camera (picture) 7/9/81 p.21 PERHAT FRANK Barrington man inventor of Autotherm Circulator (picture) 10/29/81 p.57 PERRY, LOUISE J. Teacher hikes Appalachian Trail (picture) 2/5/81 p.6 PETERSON, ROBERT C. Leaves for Japanese mission 9/24/81 p.38 PETERSON, SUSAN Artist captures charm of suburbs (pictures) 2/5/81 p.21 PETE'S SHOP Gourmet foods new emphasis at Pete's Shop (picture) 11/5/81 p.67 PETROL STATION Foreign cars specialty of Petrol Station 9/17/81 p.65 PIEROG, KAREN Reporter takes second in journalist of year contest 3/26/81 p.12 PIERSON, A. KEITH To leave helm as Barrington village president (picture) 1/8/81 p.5 Gets chamber award; served village in many ways (picture) 9/24/81 p.16 PLANEVIEW PUMPKIN FARM Everything's orange at Planeview Pumpkin Farm (picture) 10/22/81 p.69 POLICE $25,000 loan helping chief to move 1/15/81 p.7 Police aid fails at [Cuba] Township meeting 4/16/81 p.12 BH police have computer memory 5/21/81 p.7 Cutting costs 6/4/81 p.22 Police dispatch service loses 3 customers 7/2/81 p.77 Sheriff [Tom Brown] sues deputies over political charges 8/13/81 p.72 Barrington may lose police chief Maxon (picture) 9/3/81 p.16 Police chief to stay 9/17/81 p.5 Two governments think Maxon is to be their chief (picture) 10/1/81 p.5 Police chief in Virginia FBI school for 9 weeks 10/8/81 p.5 Barrington police obtain highway grant 10/8/81 p.80 Auction to sell off property (picture) 10/15/81 p.10 Cops want pension money invested in union fund 10/29/81 p.14 Not ready to invest in police union 11/19/81 p.17 Want pay hike 12/10/81 p.28 [Donald Maxon] back from FBI School (picture) 12/24/81 p.10 POLLUTION Leaking diesel oil killing grass and trees (picture) 12/17/81 p.22 POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC. Court says villages can sue Poplar Creek 1/29/81 p.5 To support local arts 2/5/81 p.10 Poplar Creek, Beverly spur plans for full Route 59 interchange 2/5/81 p.11 Two villages discuss suit 3/5/81 p.54 To boost liquor control stops 5/28/81 p.5 Opens with orderly Anka fans (picture) 6/11/81 p.16 Concert will pay for ushers, guards (picture) 7/23/81 p.23 Lawyers may try to block suit 10/15/81 p.23 PRALL, MILDRED G. Dyed in the wool rugmaker (pictures) 7/21/81 p.1 PRATT, VALERIE French president remembers Barrington woman (picture) 7/23/81 p.10 PRETTYMAN, CHUCK Profiles in Achievement; sports (picture) 12/31/81 p.8 "PROFILES IN ACHIEVEMENT" William R. Sittler 1/1/81 p.6 Alan P. (Joe) Wundsam 1/1/81 p.8 Jackie Fuller 1/1/81 p.9 Carolyn Husemoller 1/1/81 p.10 Harry Fulton 1/1/81 p.10 Carol Beese 1/1/81 p.11 Dr. William Zwilling 1/1/81 p.12 C. Richard Anderson 1/1/81 p.12 Marjorie Luther 12/31/81 p.5 Harold Lipofsky (picture) 12/31/81 p.6 Wendy Lageschulte 12/31/81 p.6 Peggy Cullen 12/31/81 p.7 Chuck Prettyman 12/31/81 p.18 PROSTITUTION Court date set in prostitution case [Le Studio] 1/8/81 p.87 Prostitution alleged in raid [Mustang Ranch] 1/15/81 p.6 3rd prostitution arrest may closer motel [Mustang Ranch] 2/5/81 p.12 Filth, cockroaches, women await patrons [Mustang Ranch] 3/5/81 p.81 Prostitution trial set [Le Studio] 3/12/81 p.30 Arrests could close Le Studio 3/11/81 p.7 Club [Le Studio] closed down 4/20/81 p.12 Two women plead guilty [Le Studio] 4/36/81 p.52 Trial date postponed [Le Studio] 5/14/81 p.27 Trial ends with guilty plea [Le Studio] 6/11/81 p.20 PUFF HAIRDRESSERS Destroyed by fire 12/10/81 p.12 PINSKY; MARIE Polish immigrant: America true home (picture) 12/24/81 p.23 QUILTING Carol Forrest's quilt wins prize 4/30/81 p.38 REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT Developer [Krohn Development Corp.] plans SB restaurant, hotel or motel at Bartlett and Higgins Rd. 2/12/81 p.19 Scout camp past buried, developer plans homes 4/16/81 p.5 Developer wants to build office condominiums on Grove 5/28/81 p.13 Office condo project okayed 7/16/81 p.14 Lake County brings Cuba plan to BACOG 7/30/81 p.20 Office condominium gets board okay 8/13/81 p.12 Office condos approved 9/3/81 p.20 Developer of Palatine property asks SB to issue industrial bonds 9/17/81 p.96 REALTY WORLD Realty World and Durbin-Stovall Associates new joint venture 7/23/81 p.57 REAPPORTIONMENT Remap splits Barrington 10/8/81 p.5 New map won't help local Dems 10/8/81 p.5 McClory-Kangas battle depends on Battlefield 10/29/81 p.5 Remap shell game has Crane a winner 10/29/81 p.5 Fight for McClory district 11/5/81 p.81 Zion senator blasts proposal 11/12/81 p.12 Map, approved 11/26/81 p.14 State hearings 12/3/81 p.22 RECON OPTICAL INC. Area plant wins honor for quality 9/24/91 p.58 REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL. U.S. wants Bakers Lake dump site cleared 8/27/81 p.22 After 20 years, Browning Ferris loses garbage contract 9/3/81 p.18 Material dumped in Bakers Lake must be removed by next summer 9/3/81 p.21 Garbage rates go up 9/17/81 p.88 Garbage pickup rates 10/1/81 p.18 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY RTA message: rates up 1/1/81 p.21 Trains ready to stop 6/4/81 p.5 Bus plan could help commuters 6/4/81 p.5 RTA pressure builds toward settlement 6/4/81 p.7 Commuters still on edge of crises 6/11/81 p.7 Plans in Springfield 6/11/81 p.7 Trains keep rolling, fares to balloon 6/18/81 p.15 Train fares to drop until April 1 10/1/81 p.24 RENCON Area man opens consulting firm 3/19/81 p.82 RIDER, HAROLD D. Elected vice president of Chicago Real Estate Board (picture) 11/12/81 p.65 RIEHE, NORMA Crossing guard resigns (picture) 12/17/81 p.18 RITHUM MACHINE At top of scale 2/12/81 p.40 Wins Invitational spot (picture) 11/5/81 p.36 Best band 12/I0/81 p.115 ROADS Poplar Creek, Beverly spur plans for full Route 59 interchange 2/5/81 p.11 NB petitioners want [Signal Hill] road closed 3/28/81 p.97 Deer Park, Kildeer plan for Route 12 4/2/81 p.56 [Signal Hill] Road closing request 4/23/81 p.22 NB votes to close [Signal Hill] road 4/30/81 p.5 Kainer Ave. repairs up in air over cost 4/30/81 p.12 McHenry County transportation plan 4/30/81 p.30 Drivers flout [Signal Hill] road closing (picture) 5/7/81 p.5 Army Corps may mediate Lake-Cook Road dispute 5/7/81 p.14 Trustee wants [Signal Hill] road closing reconsidered 5/14/81 p.5 Kainer Ave. repair plan draws critics 5/14/81 p.12 NB board refuses to reconsider [Signal Hill] road closing 5/21/81 p.10 McIntosh road repairs back to planning stage 5/27/81 p.21 Kainer Ave. study gains approval 5/28/81 p.12 County okays Lake-Cook bridge 6/4/81 p.18 Route 53 news 6/4/81 p.18 James, Ela Street work finds critics 7/16/81 p.16 James St. improvements priced at $195,000 7/30/81 p.14 $185,000 improvements okayed for James and Ela Streets 8/13/81 p.12 County may work on Lake-Cook wetland bridge 8/13/81 p.14 Barges, dredging may be used to construct Lake-Cook bridge 9/3/81 p.20 County delays bridge, may widen Hicks Rd. 9/10/81 p.12 Report says widening Hicks Rd. would save $2.1 million 9/17/81 p.5 ROEDER, VIVIAN Lake Zurich retailer seeks unity in business community (picture): Profiles in Achievement 1/1/81 p.8 RON BEESE PARK South Park renamed for Ron Beese (picture) 9/10/81 p.24 Memorial fund discussed 11/12/81 p.88 ROWLAND'S SALES AND SERVICE Under new management (picture) 5/21/81 p.72 RUHLIN, BRAD President's surgeon hears from Tower Lakes resident 5/14/81 p.24 ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL [District 220] not happy with St. Anne's bus proposal 9/17/81 p.92 ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH New deacon (pictures) 6/25/81 p.5 SANDOR, EVA Pint-sized artist (picture) 8/6/81 p.29 SANITARY LANDFILLS Land owner told stop dumping 4/2/81 p.12 Barrington may buy farm for sludge, septic disposal 4/16/81 p.99 Septic fields damp In South Barrington Lakes 6/18/81 p.78 Company wants SB landfill site 4/16/81 p.99 Shady Hill neighbor holds nose when septic bubbles 5/14/81 p.11 Fox River Grove may process wet Barrington waste 5/28/81 p.12 Proposed landfill near border alerts BH unit 5/28/81 p.11 Opponents lined up to fight second dump (pictures) 6/18/81 p.5 Second landfill? 6/18/81 p.5 Proposed Route 59 landfill hit by critics 6/25/81 p.5 SB votes against landfill 7/2/81 p.14 Landfill to get financial review 7/16/81 p.12 Refuse company drops plans for second landfill 8/20/81 p.15 Deer Park dump (picture) 8/27/81 p.23 Refuse company [Browning-Ferris Industries] wants 40 more acres in SB 9/17/81 p.14 BFI landfill opposed 12/10/81 p.9 Against landfill 12/17/81 p.12 SCHROEDER REALTY Schroeder associates join Stark 10/22/81 p.66 SEEGERS, BETH Marathon biker for Hunger Project (picture) 8/27/81 p.27 SEX ORIENTED BUSINESSES State's attorney to get case against club [Le Studio] 1/1/81 p.20 Sheriff arrests two at Mustang Ranch 1/8/81 p.6 Court date set in prostitution case [Le Studio] 1/8/81 p.87 Prostitution alleged in raid [Mustang Ranch] 1/15/81 p.6 Mustang lights dim couple's dream move (picture) 1/29/81 p.18 3rd prostitution arrest may close motel [Mustang Ranch] 2/5/81 p.12 Prostitution trial set [Le Studio] 3/12/81 p.30 Arrests could close Le Studio 3/19/81 p.7 Club [Le Studio] closed down 4/21/81 p.12 Two women plead guilty [Le Studio] 4/30/81 p.52 Trial date postponed [Le Studio] 5/14/81 p.27 Trial ends with guilty plea [Le Studio] 6/11/81 p.20 Swingers party 11/26/81 p.5 BH home sex club for 250 couples 11/26/81 p.5 Happy Medium violating zoning laws 12/3/81 p.5 Happy Medium to halt parties 12/10/81 p.5 What's a club? 12/17/81 p.5 May go to court 12/24/81 p.56 Happy Medium may seek hearing 12/31/81 p.22 SHARPE, MARJORIE Volunteer to executive (picture) 7/30/81 p.28 SIEBEN, IVAN Named president of Enentec Systems, Inc. 9/3/81 p.67 SINNET Ladies form partnership for sinnet (picture) 6/25/81 p.64 SITTLER, WILLIAM R. Shepherd hospital's growth: Profiles in Achievement (picture) 1/1/81 p.6 SLOCUM, CLYDE Pay up to $66,OOO 11/19/81 p.17 SMITH, LESLIE MANN Named director of North Central Illinois Humane Society (picture) 9/3/81 p.62 SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL. SB-Field's deal passes scrutiny of state court 1/8/81 p.16 Gives go ahead to issue store bonds 1/22/81 p.26 Economy wipes out chance for SB to collect bond fees 2/5/81 p.10 Residents like SB hall plan 3/5/81 p.20 Park unit shows interest in buying village owned land 3/5/81 p.54 Ready to issue bonds for Field's stores 3/5/81 p.55 Ready, able to issue bonds for Field's stores 3/12/81 p.30 Carson's out, Field's still in bonding deal 5/21/81 p.20 SB projects $38,000 deficit 6/25/81 p.24 Readies bids for village hall construction 7/16/81 p.20 To issue bonds for Marshall Field's 7/16/81 p.74 Treasurer's annual report 8/20/81 p.94 To seek village hall bids 9/10/81 p.23 Palatine agrees to SB bond deal 10/15/81 p.18 BFI to donate work on site [village hall] 10/15/81 p.11 Earth moving begins on $383,000 SB village hall 10/29/81 p.74 To issue second $9 million bond issue for Field's 11/5/81 p.26 Asks donations for village hall 12/17/81 p.89 May seek new business 12/24/81 p.21 STARCK REALTY Schroeder Associates join Starck 10/22/81 p.66 STEINBERG, VICKI Performs in ice show (picture) 5/28/81 p.36 STERN, GRACE MARY Receives achievement award for government 8/27/81 p.15 STOCKER, KURT P. Named vice-president of Hill & Knowlton (picture) 11/12/81 p.63 STOCKER, TOM Opens insurance agency (picture) 11/12/81 p.65 STONE, W. CLEMENT Stone zoning still NB topic 3/5/81 p.14 NB planners look at Stone property 4/23/81 p.111 NB planners suggest 130-lot project [See correction to story 5/28/81 p.21] 5/21/81 p.25 Corrections to May 21 [p.25] story 5/28/81 p.21 North Barrington to hold Stone proposal to 130 lots 8/6/81 p.10 Ecology topic in Stone property wetlands talk 9/17/81 p.89 Citizens for Conservation to get Stone property wetlands deed 10/1/81 p.16 NB trustees like pact for Stone wetlands 11/5/81 p.13 NB ties up loose ends 12/3/81 p.14 SZUMYLO, LAURA Local poet Laura Szumylo's work published 12/3/81 p.37 TAKE ONE VIDEO Take One Video opens computer center (picture) 7/9/81 p.58 TAXATION C. Richard Anderson's fight nets tax refunds (picture) [Profiles in Achievement] 1/1/81 p.12 Most districts not to abate levies 3/26/81 p.11 Higher valuations could mean boost in tax bills 6/25/81 p.10 Administration adopts Crane's proposal to index federal income taxes 8/27/81 p.70 Protesting how-to 9/3/81 p.5 District  overpaid $2 million in property taxes 9/10/81 p.5 Chicago tax arm grabs at suburban wallets 9/10/81 p.5 New levy up 9.5% [Barrington Park District] 9/17/81 p.88 [District 2203 tax levy up 20Y. despite protests 9/24/81 p.5 "We're all being taxed to death": tax protesters meet (picture) 9/24/81 p.5 Tax amendment sign-up drive set 10/8/81 p.21 District 220 taxpayers will know next month about reimbursement 10/22/81 p.22 Excess 220 taxes to be hold until reimbursement proposal set 10/29/81 p.19 1,200-name petition seeks lower school tax 11/12/81 p.11 Delinquent tax list [for] Cuba Township 11/26/81 p.63 Tax refund [District 220] 12/3/81 p.15 Tax refund policy explained [District 220] 12/17/81 p.16 TAXATION--BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL. Tax cutting group effort beginning [Barrington Hills] 10/29/81 p.14 National Taxpayers United of Illinois aims at BH tax rates 11/26/81 p.58 Tax cut organization [Barrington Hills] 11/26/81 p.58 TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL. Local property taxes expected to increase 3/19/81 p.6 Village board okays 9% increase 9/3/81 p.10 Village cuts proposal levy request 8/13/81 p.11 Reduced services ahead because of levy cuts 8/27/81 p.77 TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL. Barrington Twp. residents to get higher assessments 1/22/81 p.6 House assessments up 1/3 in Barrington township 2/12/81 p.5 They're just pulling figures out of a hat 2/12/81 p.6 80 object to assessment hikes 2/19/91 p.6 133 protest tax assessment 2/26/81 p.21 12% tax hike in Barrington Township 3/12/81 p.7 Protests grow 3/12/81 p.28 Levy increases force [Barrington] Township to hold public hearing 8/20/81 p.80 Tax bills to deliver big knockout punch [Barrington Township] 8/27/81 p.12 Minor area rate changes [Barrington Township] 8/27/81 p.12 50% hikes greet homeowners [Barrington Township] 9/3/81 p.5 TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL. Cook County, not Lake, made school tax error 10/8/81 p.79 Suits want excess taxes returned to taxpayers 10/15/81 p.5 TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. State to drop assessed value in Cuba Township 3/19/81 p.6 Cuba Township corrections for 1980 5/28/81 p.84 Cuba Township property owners get higher tax bills 7/16/81 p.5 TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Tax cut approved [Ela Township] 11/19/81 p.18 No tax break [Ela Township] 12/17/81 p.20 TAXATION--LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL. Tax rate decreases [Lake Barrington] 8/13/81 p.21 TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL. Tax rates down but bills may be up 7/9/81 p.5 Lawsuit puts Lake County overtax on hold 9/24/81 p.80 TAXATION--NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Recall, tax cut bids may be on NB ballot 1/29/81 p.14 Voters okay tax cut, recall petition [North Barrington] 4/9/81 p.10 North Barrington cuts back on 1982 budget, taxes 7/30/81 p.5 TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL. SB to hold tax levy hearing 8/20/81 p.80 Former SB president criticizes levy hike 9/10/81 p.11 THAKKAR, PADMINI Announces new office (picture) 9/24/81 p.58 TOTTEN, DONALD Totten campaign train on political fast track (picture) 9/3/81 p.82 Totten dogs Reagan 9/10/81 p.12 White House rations aid for Totten (picture) 9/24/81 p.74 No surprise, but he's running for lieutenant governor 9/24/81 p.77 Downstater may bring trouble to Totten race 10/15/81 p.73 TOWER LAKES, ILL. Tower Lakes holds off on BACOG membership 1/22/81 p.16 To hold meetings again after open meetings violation 1/29/81 p.74 BACOG role In question 2/19/81 p.6 Board unanimous for remains in BACOG 3/19/81 p.20 Passes budget 4/23/81 p.94 Tower Lakes leaves BACOG 9/24/81 p.5 Tower Lakes to reconsider BACOG 10/22/81 p.12 May rejoin BACOG 10/29/81 p.15 Tower Lakes to rejoin BACOG 11/19/81 p.7 New trustee 12/31/81 p.23 TOWER LAKES, ILL.--HISTORY Tower Lakes for 50 years "land left better" (picture) 2/26/81 p.54 Tower Lakes was founders chief hobby (picture) 2/26/81 p.55 TOWER LAKES YACHT CLUB Helm's alee: Tower Lakes yacht club (pictures) 9/22/81 p.1 TRADE UNIONS BEA trying to be more than just a teachers union (picture) 11/5/81 p.20 TRAUSCH, THOMAS Artist to exhibit historical prints 4/5/81 p.72 TREASURE ISLAND Food store leaving Countryside Mall (picture) 6/4/81 p.24 TUFFY, JOHN C. Named corporate director of information services at Litton (picture) 11/12/81 p.63 TUXEDO JUNCTION Diners step back into history at Tuxedo Junction 10/11/81 p.68 TWIN PONDS FARM (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Developer wants lots inside District 220 6/25/81 p.18 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Postal service looking for downtown location 1/29/81 p.11 Area around Paulson's may get Post Office 2/19/81 p.5 U.S. tells where it wants new post office 4/23/81 p.5 Postal pickets (picture) 7/2/81 p.20 Postmen stuck on their jobs (pictures) 7/2/81 p.25 Begins real estate search 7/23/81 p.15 Barrington intensifies postal site search 7/30/81 p.5 May stay put 8/13/81 p.12 VALENTINE, DAVID Zoning forcing dentist to shut office (picture) 2/5/81 p.14 VANDENBOOM, HANK Wins theater guild award (picture) 8/13/81 p.36 "VIAL OF LIFE" Life in a bottle (picture) 10/1/81 p.11 VOSS REALTY LTD. Forms association with Realty World Durbin-Stovall Associates 7/23/81 p.57 WARBLE, STEVE Vacations are made for walking (picture) 7/2/81 p.18 WATER QUALITY Barium water problems [Lake Barrington Shores] 5/7/81 p.29 WEINER, LAWRENCE Early Bird fitness class at Y saved his life (pictures) 1/15/81 p.54 Candidate won't cut union ties 10/22/81 p.5 WENZEL, HAROLD M. Named president of Anaconda Magnet Wire 11/26/81 p.45 WERKSMAN, ELLEN Featured dancer (picture) 5/7/81 p.38 WETLANDS Ecology topic in Stone property wetlands talks 9/17/81 p.89 Citizens for Conservation to get Stone property wetlands deed 12/1/81 p.16 NB trustees like pact for Stone wetlands 11/5/81 p.13 Army engineers may sue man for fill in wetland 12/24/81 p.55 WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH New Willow Creek Church (picture) 2/12/81 p.12 WILSON, ROBERT F. Barrington teacher returns after mastering art of glass blowing (picture) 8/20/81 p.22 WIRSING, GRACE Kids, moms remember Hillside Nursery School (pictures) 5/7/81 p.33 WOLFE, GENE Arts award for Gene Wolfe 6/25/81 p.31 Gene Wolfe takes fantasy award 12/3/81 p.31 WORDGRAPHICS LTD. Offers graphic design (formerly Jane Faul Typesetting) 10/22/81 p.60 WUNDSAM, ALAN P. Tin cans buy medical needs for free loan: Profiles in Achievement (picture) 1/1/81 p.8 YOUTH Youth network group proposed 1/22/81 p.14 Committee set [Ela Township] 12/24/81 p.57 YUEH, NAIDI Naidi brings oriental treasures to new shop (picture) 9/24/81 p.57 ZANE, LEE W., JR. K-Mart vice president retires (picture) 3/12/81 p.84 ZARLENGA, PETER NIVIO Promoting controversial book "Orator" (picture) 5/14/81 p.20 ZOLAN, DONALD Faces come alive at artist's romantic hand (picture) 6/25/81 p.25 ZONING BH planners reject proposed Marcy subdivision 1/8/81 p.16 Downtown should be rezoned (map) 1/15/81 p.5 Zoning forcing dentist to shut office (picture) 2/5/81 p.14 New zoning idea possible, says Trego 2/19/81 p.23 Stone zoning still NB topic 3/5/81 p.14 Squeezed lot shapes voted out [Barrington Hills] 3/5/81 p.54 Lake County plan doesn't make grade with Cuba Twp. residents 3/19/81 p.97 Lake St. rezoning sought 5/14/81 p.25 Barrington Hills looks at smaller lots 7/9/81 p.10 Court ruling clears way for Ruth's suit 7/9/81 p.18 Residents unhappy with new plan [Deer Park] 7/16/81 p.18 Business doesn't buy downtown zoning plan 8/16/81 p.5 Residents protest cluster plan [Barrington Hills] 8/6/81 p.11 Developer drops bid for Sanctuaries zoning [Barrington Hills] 8/27/81 p.16 Cluster housing idea protested [Barrington Hills] 9/3/81 p.11 Zoning under fire [Barrington Hill's] 9/24/81 p.12 Cluster vote delayed until November [Barrington Hills] 10/22/81 p.10 Business plan gets adjustment 10/22/81 p.18 PDO finds supporters [Barrington Hills] 11/5/81 p.5 Commercially zoned land In new Deer Park plan 11/19/81 p.11 Lake St. lots rezoned 11/26/81 p.68 Happy Medium violating zoning laws 12/3/81 p.5 Board removes cluster law [Barrington Hills] 12/3/81 p.12 Satellite antenna sales to depend on zoning; no laws now 12/10/81 p.5 Business district rezoned 12/17/81 p.11 ZWILLING, WILLIAM Parents relax, Zwilling's there as Bronco's team physician: Profiles in Achievement (picture) 1/1/81 p.12
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