ACCIDENTS Train hits car (picture) 2/7/80 p.5 Witness tell of accident 3/13/80 p.11 Daniel Frainey killed in crash 4/3/80 p.14 Long Grove woman killed at Route 59, Penny Road 5/8/80 p.107 Village orders cleanup of construction parking after cyclist hit (picture) 6/12/80 p.7 Driver escapes injury in rollover at Route 22 and Harbor Rd. (picture) 6/19/80 p.5 Teen struck from behind (picture) 7/10/80 p.5 Two killed in BH accident 7/31/80 p.10 Barrington man killed in car-bike accident 8/28/80 p.5 Man killed in BH 8/28/80 p.26 Two teens die in auto accident 9/18/80 p.32 Woman injured in BH crash 9/25/80 p.16 Close call for driver when car hit by tree (picture) 9/25/80 p.11 Police squad car hits car on Hillside, woman injured 10/23/80 p.16 Speeding, following too close, major causes of Helm Road accidents 10/30/8 p.14 Teen indicted after fatal accident 11/13/80 p.15 Eric Maryland killed in car accident 11/27/80 p.5 Snow bounced car in ditch (picture) 12/04/80 p.26 ANDERSON, ANDY Busy day for Mr. Barrington, Andy Anderson (picture) 4/10/80 p.6 ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF Vandals bludgeon to death animals in park (picture) 2/14/80 p.6 Four charged with killing birds 2/21/80 p.5 ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT) Stone developer shops in Lake Zurich for annexation 3/13/80 p.6 Homeowner's petition to annex to NB may close off Draper's options on Stone property (map) 5/8/80 p.5 Clears way for Bellwood by annexing 5 acres 11/27/80 p.21 ANNIVERSARIES Baird and Warner marks 125 years 4/17/80 p.78 Jewel marks 56th year in Barrington 4/24/80 p.72 ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL Current events class writes letters on Iran and Afghanistan problems 1/24/80 p.68 Lines kids don't mind staying after school (picture) 4/3/80 p.21 School district tackles Lines classroom size 10/23/80 p.11 ARNOW, JOHN John Arnow is room mother at Hough Street School (picture) 5/8/80 p.18 ARTISTS Sculptor Viki Varley molds contemporary women 2/28/80 p.10 Artist [Thomas Trausch] creates the present from the past (picture) 4/17/80 p.21 Artist [Donald Brown] "Best of Show" in Wisconsin festival 9/11/80 p.72 Carolyn Guerra wins first place in art exhibit 9/11/80 p.30 Watercolorist [Ingrid Hoffer] strives to capture moods (picture) 11/6/80 p.23 New art, new talent, new friends (picture) 12/4/80 p.10 Wheeling author [Jan Greenberg] writes under pseudonym Jill Gregory (picture) 1/24/80 p.66 AUTHORS Five young authors receive awards (picture) 5/1/80 p.48 B. CHONES HAIR DESIGN Under new ownership (picture) 10/23/80 p.78 BABYCH, DOUG SB candidates lining up (picture) 12/18/80 p.29 BACCIOCCO, MARTHA Miss Martha loves to work with her children in dance classes (pictures) 5/29/80 p.51 BAIRD AND WARNER, INC. Marks 125 years 4/17/80 p.78 BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE Was once a peat bog: Museum Memos 5/22/80 p.38 BANDS (MUSIC) Rithum Machine may market a record 11/27/80 p.20 Rithum Machine belts 'em out (picture) 12/18/80 p.10 BARBERSHOP QUARTETS Blend of family harmony in two family quartets (pictures) 3/20/80 p.44 BARDWELL, HERMAN Good Samaritan gesture leads to 44-year job (picture) 9/18/80 p.120 BARESEL, DAVID Investigation shows township employees used in work for his family's firm, D & E Contractors 1/10/80 p.7 Denies official misconduct in use of public employees with D & E Contractors 1/10/80 p.7 Commissioner "own entity" 12/18/80 p.27 Dundee Twp. road boss indicted for fraud 12/18/80 p.26 Summary of federal charges 12/18/80 p.27 BARRALL, HERBERT M., REV. New rector at St. Mark's 7/31/80 p.19 BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Officers installed (pictures) 1/31/80 p.13 Mancuso's picture joins "President's Gallery" (picture) 1/31/80 p.61 New committee to work for Northwest Highway improvement 3/13/80 p.53 Chamber leaders cite need for involvement 3/13/80 p.53 Five directors elected (picture) 10/2/80 p.94 BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Not giving up fight against Route 53 extension 1/31/80 p.18 Honors Cyril Wagner 2/7/80 p.25 To charge for staff time at hearings 4/3/80 p.30 BACOG record: winning war despite casualties 4/10/80 p.11 Budget reaches $93,500 5/1/80 p.13 Sends surveys to septic users 6/5/80 p.19 BACOG to look at cable TV 6/5/80 p.6 Committee nominates Munao, Cragg 6/5/80 p.18 Munao elected new president 6/26/80 p.22 BACOG area growing slower than expected 7/17/80 p.11 BACOG reinforces order to clean up landfill 8/28/80 p.14 Opposes Lake-Cook extension 8/28/80 p.14 To look again at BACOG 9/18/80 p.16 BACOG calls for hearing on cluster project 10/2/80 p.24 BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY History museum gets new director (picture) 3/20/80 p.23 BARRINGTON AREA HOCKEY LEAGUE Saves ice rink 5/15/80 p.6 BARRINGTON AREA JUNIOR LEAGUE Mad Hatters ready to perform at area schools 1/10/80 p.48 BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY Two seats open on library board 1/17/80 p.58 Two seats open on library board 1/24/80 p.58 Sculpture "Vibration 2" presented to library (picture) 1/24/80 p.69 Library board to investigate cable TV hookup 2/7/80 p.13 Computer terminal under consideration 2/7/80 p.12 Board to investigate cable TV 2/7/80 p.13 Library-cable TV link advantages told 3/6/80 p.10 Candidates file for board 3/6/80 p.18 Library gets new election precincts 4/3/80 p.5 Candidates vie for library board seats 4/3/80 p.5 Newcomers in after library board vote (pictures) 4/10/80 p.5 Amy Altemara new president of library board 5/8/80 p.30 Stoplight ready in July 6/12/80 p.13 Employee Alice Reese dies; left memories for library users (picture) 6/19/80 p.18 New traffic light being installed (picture) 7/3/80 p.20 Children's opera performed 7/3/80 p.65 Budget up 13%, but book budget cut (picture) 7/10/80 p.20 Three Laotian refugees help Barrington Area Library staff (picture) 7/31/80 p.10 Library guest parrot flies the coop 8/7/80 p.90 "Going Green" party marks new traffic light 8/14/80 p.24 Library tries to select books people want (picture) 8/14/80 p.14 Artist's [Nancy Fortunato] exhibit 9/11/80 p.61 Library Friends are friends indeed 9/11/80 p.13 Artist's exhibit coming to library (picture) 9/11/80 p.21 Librarian Sugden not worried about state book banning bill 12/11/80 p.28 BARRINGTON BOOTERY Brossard sells Barrington Bootery 12/25/80 p.66 BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220 Cost of school safety set at $5 million 1/24/80 p.5 School's drug program weak 1/24/80 p.7 Predicts surplus funds next year 1/24/80 p.7 Still assessing bite of tax legislation 1/31/80 p.11 Candidates file for board seats 3/6/80 p.18 Elementary schools seek accreditation 3/6/80 p.19 Two part-time teachers hired for Grove School 3/20/80 p.19 District to sell bonds to complete life-safety repairs 3/20/80 p.19 School board candidate's forum set 4/3/80 p.6 Two administrators resign (picture) 4/3/80 p.5 School board candidates' biographies (picture) 4/10/80 p.26 Walker drops out of race for school board 4/10/80 p.5 Kalsch, Brebach, Fisher win school board election 4/17/80 p.6 Board okays bonds 4/24/80 p.23 Walden resigns, Babigian hired as new manager (picture) 4/24/80 p.12 Sixth graders forced to lick mud, parent claim 4/27/80 p.20 Gifted children get school district fund boost 5/1/80 p.81 Mountsier chosen president of school board 5/1/80 p.12 Gifted children get fund boost in school district budget 5/1/80 p.81 Life-safety work in schools bid $50,000 under budget 5/22/80 p.19 To keep food service workers 5/22/80 p.18 Outgoing aides cited by Slocum for work 6/19/80 p.91 Food prices going up next school year 6/19/80 p.13 Hiring better teachers is goal 7/24/80 p.19 District, Family Services pact may be altered, discontinued 7/24/80 p.19 Budget may rise 12% 7/31/80 p.18 School report seeks more PE 8/21/80 p.20 Arbitration to mediate teacher talks 8/28/80 p.6 Bids for Janitorial service at BHS rejected 8/28/80 p.19 Kindergarten transfers ruled out for Grove 8/28/80 p.6 New teachers given bus tour (picture) 9/4/80 p.11 Board and teachers writing parents 9/4/80 p.12 Job action threat faces district 9/4/80 p.5 Eberhardt back on job 9/4/80 p.12 Two-day strike ends (picture) 9/11/80 p.5 Raises rent for use of district buildings 9/18/80 p.26 Board stands behind decision following strike 9/18/80 p.5 Budget up, deficit out 9/25/80 p.7 System fosters confrontation 10/2/80 p.5 Board ratifies two-year teachers' contract 10/2/80 p.7 To reinstate fired physical education teacher 10/16/80 p.15 School district tackles Lines classroom size 10/23/80 p.11 Board to look at enrollment 10/23/80 p.19 Hoffman Estates subdivisions want out of District 220 10/23/80 p.18 Tackles Lines School classroom size 10/23/80 p.11 Fired teacher's record to stay in school file 10/23/80 p.22 Repair work nears end with $1.7 million okay 11/20/80 p.21 Raises Slocum's pay 12/4/80 p.14 To fight utility rate hike 12/18/80 p.18 Board passes $13 million tax levy 12/18/80 p.18 BARRINGTON DRAPERY AND FURNITURE Barrington Drapery and Furniture opens 5/22/80 p.75 BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT Board raises paramedic issue 2/14/80 p.26 Two fires at one time (pictures) 2/28/80 p.1 Aherns, Grebe miss firefighting (picture) 5/15/80 p.20 Old time fire: 70-year-old hose reel moved to Ice House for display (picture) 10/09/80 p.5 Battles warehouse blaze (picture) 8/28/80 p.1 BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Nursery school to start again in February 1/10/80 p.47 Learning environment improved 2/7/80 p.18 Graduation, English credit requirements up 2/21/80 p.7 Money stolen from band office 3/27/80 p.17 Lone Ranger rides nursery 3/27/80 p.24 Nursery school 3/27/80 p.21 Principal, business manager resign 4/3/80 p.5 Band trip on despite theft of funds 4/3/80 p.19 Art students benefit from teacher-artist blend (pictures) 5/22/80 p.10 Pool work still in deep water with board 5/22/80 p.19 Class of 1980 5/29/80 p.21 New principal (picture) 5/29/80 p.5 Nice racket for Barrington: tennis team second place in state (picture) 5/29/80 p.5 Grace Wandke: she took pupils from counting to computers (picture) 5/29/80 p.23 Seniors put on mousey expression: end of school pranks (picture) 6/5/80 p.7 Graduation list 6/12/80 p.67 Jandris is back-to-basics principal (picture) 6/19/80 p.7 Faulty tile work, contractor problems (swimming pool) 6/19/80 p.11 Science lab new arena for pool controversy 7/3/80 p.12 Explosion rips pool area 7/17/80 p.13 Due to change "wholistic" vein, tighter discipline 7/24/80 p.5 Getting to know kids part of principal's constructive image 7/24/80 p.5 New life for BHS: face lift (pictures) 8/14/80 p.7 Seventh hour dispute becomes 11th hour issue 8/21/80 p.5 Bids for janitorial service rejected 8/28/80 p.19 New deans 9/11/80 p.90 Harper raises BHS rent check 9/11/80 p.11 Swimming pool re-opens 9/18/80 p.33 Musicians raise funds for BHS piano (picture) 9/18/80 p.18 Home coming (pictures) 10/16/80 p.10 Get new custodians 10/23/80 p.19 English department gets review 11/20/80 p.20 New education methods working: Dr. Jandris 11/20/80 p.15 College entrance test scores rise 12/18/80 p.19 BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL. BH awaiting impact of theater opening 1/3/80 p.7 Property assessment up 10% 1/10/80 p.12 Governor Thompson approves grant to Kane County Forest Preserve District to buy BH property 1/17/80 p.22 BH wants police role clarified in case of theater problems 1/31/80 p.77 To keep lawyer in tax refund and suit 2/7/80 p.22 Planned development ordinance delayed 2/28/80 p.22 Starts year with deficit operating budget 5/1/80 p.14 BH to proceed with suit 7/3/80 p.5 Adopts appropriation 7/31/80 p.11 Annexes 10-acre Sara Lane project 9/25/80 p.23 BARRINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY Seven Barrington farmers share 535 years of memories (picture) 2/21/80 p.5 Gets new director (picture) 3/20/80 p.23 Seeks to become privately supported 5/1/80 p.46 Has deep, strong roots (pictures) 5/15/80 p.48 BARRINGTON, ILL. Restrictions ordered on streets near Ice House 1/3/80 p.5 Commuter parking 1/3/80 p.6 Village and park district to discuss lease 1/17/80 p.15 Grid system may help paramedics response time 1/31/80 p.12 Board gives go ahead to Dundee Road offices 1/31/80 p.5 Gives go-ahead to Ceas for Dundee Road offices 1/31/80 p.5 Ice House parking near 1/31/80 p.7 New appointees named to village board 2/14/80 p.14 Votes not to recognize police union 2/28/80 p.5 Board lacks sophistication in not recognizing collective bargaining, says police union president 2/28/80 p.5 Village okays parking lease 2/28/80 p.15 Considers final pay plan for patrolmen 3/6/80 p.6 3 villages agree to police contract 3/6/80 p.27 Board tables ordinance banning front, side yard parking 3/6/80 p.22 Buying vehicle to improve paramedic response 3/13/80 p.5 Sets penalties for false fire alarms 3/13/80 p.22 Board, patrolmen reach salary pact 3/13/80 p.22 To decide on subsidized housing (picture) 3/13/80 p.5 Manager Maiben quits to start business 3/20/80 p.5 Board tables Bravos Olds case [sign ordinance] 3/27/80 p.20 Restricts parking on Dundee 3/27/80 p.20 Appoints Trego interim manager 3/27/80 p.22 Barrington, Inverness to sign boundary agreement 5/1/80 p.28 Complex sign change for Bravos Olds gets okay 5/1/80 p.44 North commuter lot closed for 3-4 months (map) 5/15/80 p.5 Commuters get aid in commute to station (picture) 5/22/80 p.11 Business expansion or status quo? 5/29/80 p.10 Future of Barrington downtown: a symposium (picture) 5/29/80 p.125 New post office key to expansion 5/29/80 p.10 Names Trego manager (picture) 5/29/80 p.5 No such thing as free parking downtown 5/29/80 p.11 Squeezing blood from parking turnip 5/29/80 p.11 Commuter parking lease gets village okay 6/5/80 p.11 Seeks tighter control of builders, developers 6/12/80 p.19 Developer fees may increase 6/12/80 p.19 Shuttle bus used sparingly 6/12/80 p.18 Barrington to charge $25 to fire alarm hookups 6/19/80 p.20 SB allows 12 hour parking 6/19/80 p.102 Route 14 and 59 gets crossing guard 6/26/80 p.96 Garbage rate hike gets village okay 6/26/80 p.23 License fees upped 25% 7/31/80 p.13 Crossing guard financing taken from vandalism program 7/31/80 p.19 BACOG area growing slower than expected 7/17/80 p.11 Town scraps commuter parking at high school 7/17/80 p.19 Increases revenue from permits, fees 8/28/80 p.15 Increases tax levy 8/28/80 p.26 Extends drinking time on Friday nights 8/28/80 p.16 Census counters counted wrong 8/28/80 p.22 "Barrington" song is Cohan spinoff 9/11/80 p.26 Barrington's lot holds 250 more spaces (map) 9/11/80 p.7 Traffic court revenue from Edens helps Barrington 9/18/80 p.16 Courtesy parking tickets issued again 9/18/80 p.18 Homeowners opposed to Hough Street sidewalk project (picture) 9/25/80 p.22 Texaco dealer gets sign variation okay 10/16/80 p.16 Budget feels recession effect 10/16/80 p.6 Jail services pact with Barrington Hills formalized 11/6/80 p.16 Pierson, Nelson named cable reps. 11/27/80 p.6 Lockup contract okayed with SB 12/18/80 p.16 BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS Writer [Virginia Moseley] remembers life with father (picture) 6/12/80 p.49 Terri Tepper authors "The New Entrepreneurs" (picture) 10/16/80 p.57 BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY Seven Barrington farmers share 535 years of memories (picture) 2/21/80 p.5 Klingenberg's memories part of village history 3/6/80 p.1 Millers remember (pictures) 3/13/80 p.14 Earl Schwemm recalls old times in town 3/27/80 p.6 Busy day for Mr. Barrington, Andy Anderson (picture) 4/10/80 p.6 "Little Hank" Lageschulte remembers 2-policeman Barrington (picture) 5/8/80 p.26 Now and then (pictures) 5/22/80 p.41 BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL No sour notes struck by two music teachers (pictures) 5/29/80 p.24 Math students win contest (picture) 11/6/80 p.30 BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT Village, Parks seek ways to mend fences 1/24/80 p.14 Courts probably next for village, park dispute 1/31/80 p.14 Board impatient over commuter lot lease 2/14/80 p.20 Village okays parking lease without five-year option 2/28/80 p.15 Lions Drive maintenance talks still fruitless 3/31/80 p.25 May have to decide on fate of Columbus statue 4/17/80 p.27 Budget may not cover needed improvements 4/17/80 p.27 Paulsen picked as president 4/24/80 p.23 Asks village to withdraw assessment for Carl Ave. 5/15/80 p.19 Village, Parks settle Carl Ave. tiff, if... (picture) 5/22/80 p.6 Programs, upkeep up, budget down 5/22/80 p.13 Park district, village settle Carl Ave. assessment dispute 5/29/80 p.6 Village orders clean up of construction parking after cyclist hit (picture) 6/12/80 p.7 Parked vehicles moved off Lions construction area 6/19/80 p.13 Seeks statue removal 7/10/80 p.24 To pay for street repairs on Carl Ave. 7/17/80 p.13 Park unit delays Carl Ave. pact 8/14/80 p.25 Pools stay open longer, increase fee 8/28/80 p.19 Road issue paved over 9/11/80 p.6 To issue tax warrants 9/25/80 p.15 Says no to Lions parking 10/16/80 p.26 Dispute settled 12/11/80 p.22 BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB Lauds local swimmers 8/28/80 p.13 BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL. Supervisors agree on need for subsidized housing 1/10/80 p.5 Revenue sharing funds spread thin 4/10/80 p.7 BARRINGTON WRITER'S WORKSHOP Helps writers keep in touch (picture) 6/29/80 p.55 BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES Area youth agencies receive grant 1/31/80 p.18 Board president denies financial problems 2/7/80 p.7 Budget crunch sends staff packing (picture) 2/7/80 p.7 Kids feel effect of BYS board identity crisis (pictures) 2/14/80 p.7 Board to see if new faces needed 2/21/80 p.12 Residents invited to BYS meeting 3/20/80 p.18 Van Hagen retires, Jensen picked as president (picture) 5/15/80 p.18 Van Hagen, president and founder, steps down 5/22/80 p.27 New BYS director 7/31/80 p.11 Career change helps new director, John Fuller (picture) 8/7/80 p.19 BARTEN, STEPHEN L. Throw away pets special interest of local vet (picture) 1/31/80 p.10 BASLER, CATHI Dollmaker Cathi never tired of playing with dolls (pictures) 4/24/80 p.21 BELLWOOD ACRES (LAND SUBDIVISION) Clears way for Bellwood by annexing 5 acres 11/27/80 p.21 BENSON, BARBARA History museum gets new director (picture) 3/20/80 p.23 BEVERLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Beverly development inconsistent with regional plan 3/13/80 p.19 Mining area may cause change in Beverly plan 3/13/80 p.19 Area groups rail against plan 3/20/80 p.12 Final reports 3/27/80 p.5 NIPC staff knocks plan 3/27/80 p.23 NIPC delays vote 4/3/80 p.20 NIPC objects to Beverly plan 5/1/80 p.14 Up for review before Hoffman board 5/22/80 p.5 Hoffman board agrees to annex 921 acre project 6/19/80 p.5 BORTKO, NANCY Wins Miss Barrington contest 6/19/80 p.10 BOYLE, PATRICK Army stint finest years for priest 8/28/80 p.10 BOYLE, THOMAS J. Aim was to bring big horse shows here (picture) 8/14/80 p.68 BRAVOS OLDS Village board tables Bravos Olds case [sign ordinance] 3/27/80 p.20 Complex sign change for Bravos Olds gets okay 5/1/80 p.44 BRIGGS, JOHN F. Installed as president of Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine (picture) 12/4/80 p.98 BRINTLINGER, ROSE All who know her love her (pictures) 2/14/80 p.10 BROSSARD'S BARRINGTON BOOTERY Brossard sells Barrington Bootery (picture) 12/25/80 p.66 BROUWER, CAROL New art, new talent, new friends (picture) 12/4/80 p.10 BROWN, DONALD LELAND Artist [Donald Brown] "Best of Show" in Wisconsin festival 9/11/80 p.72 BUEHLER YMCA Expansion program proposed 4/24/80 p.58 BUSH, GEORGE Comes to Palatine (picture) 10/30/80 p.26 BUSINESS ENTERPRISES Town Shoppe, Audrey Veath, owner 1/10/80 p.21 Roland's Equipment; Rich Lamkey, owner 3/27/80 p.88 Skokie Federal Savings 4/10/80 p.78 Calfa Pacchini Insurance opens in Barrington (picture) 5/8/80 p.90 Barrington Drapery and Furniture opens 5/22/80 p.75 Rush-Langdon Gallery (picture) 7/17/80 p.64 Hair Design by BJ and Company opens in Commons (picture) 7/31/80 p.64 Grandpa's Deli Dogs 9/18/80 p.100 New shop [David Douglas Ltd.] opens at Ice House (picture) 10/9/80 p.82 B. Chones Hair Design under new ownership (picture) 10/23/80 p.78 Rebecca's 10/30/80 p.86 Essentials by F & W Cookware opens in Ice House (picture) 11/6/80 p.108 Rocky Mountain Depository, Inc. 11/13/80 p.88 Western Union 11/13/80 p.91 Private Affair 11/27/80 p.96 Puff Hairdressers 12/4/80 p.96 Trende, Inc. 12/11/80 p.120 Barrington Bootery 12/25/80 p.66 CABALLO, LUCIO Creation of miniatures answer to loneliness (picture) 9/25/80 p.25 CABLE TELEVISION Library board to investigate cable TV hookup 2/7/80 p.13 Library-cable TV link advantages told 3/6/80 p.10 BACOG to look at cable TV 6/5/80 p.6 Ratings leave two at head of pack 6/5/80 p.6 Barrington to join others in seeking franchise 6/12/80 p.18 Municipal conference issues cable TV guidelines 6/19/80 p.11 Committee getting down to fine tuning 6/26/80 p.17 Barrington hears recommendations 7/17/80 p.19 Advisory board on cable TV formed 8/14/80 p.102 Operator warns village of X-rated shows 9/25/80 p.14 Advisory unit likes regional system 10/23/80 p.20 Barrington joins cable TV group 10/30/80 p.24 Barrington joining 15 others in selecting franchise 11/20/80 p.22 Pierson, Nelson named cable reps. 11/27/80 p.6 X-rated cable movies first amendment issue 11/30/80 p.12 Petition drive opposes X-rated cable 12/25/80 p.7 CALFA PACCHINI INSURANCE Opens in Barrington (picture) 5/8/80 p.90 CARSELLA, DOROTHY Great-grandmother adds balloon ride to travels (picture) 10/2/80 p.14 CEAS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Gives go-ahead to Ceas for Dundee Road offices 1/31/80 p.5 Proposed office building unsatisfactory 1/10/80 p.13 Board gives go-ahead to Dundee Road offices 1/31/80 p.5 CENSUS Follow-up continues here 5/29/80 p.39 Barrington area towns like census count, but Barrington may protest 8/14/80 p.5 Count troubling Barrington 8/21/80 p.15 Census counters counted wrong 8/28/80 p.22 Misses unincorporated area 10/2/80 p.7 CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD Planned RTA train cuts hurt Barrington: Beese 12/4/80 p.5 CHURCH, CLYDE Wins Chamber merit award (picture) 10/2/80 p.19 CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION Receives $9,000 grant from Garden Club of Barrington 12/4/80 p.10 CLEARBROOK CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED Has good friends (pictures) 11/13/80 p.10 CLUB RENAISSANCE Club open despite court order 5/1/80 p.80 Renaissance girls move to Melrose 5/15/80 p.25 COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER (STATUE) Park district seeks statue removal 7/10/80 p.24 CONROY, ANNE Her needs take back seat to needs of animals (pictures) 10/30/80 p.72 CRANE, PHILIP Optimistic despite vote 1/24/80 p.26 Smiles in New Hampshire in face of defeat (picture) 2/28/80 p.7 Looks to home for better fortunes 3/13/80 p.7 Loses Illinois 3/20/80 p.6 Finances key to Crane race 4/3/80 p.12 Seeks water hearings 7/10/80 p.20 Opening campaign (picture) 9/4/80 p.6 Shifts to local campaign (picture) 10/30/80 p.5 CRIME AND CRIMINALS Four Barrington area men named in robbery 2/7/80 p.16 New hearing in theft case for Robert Mertens 2/14/80 p.95 Vandal bludgeons to death animals in park (picture) 2/14/80 p.6 Carpentersville man shot dead in car 2/21/80 p.15 Woman raped in Deer Park 2/21/80 p.15 Four charged with killing birds 2/21/80 p.5 Barrington man charged with Last National Bank arson 3/13/80 p.16 Boy nabbed on burglary rap 3/20/80 p.16 Carpentersville woman raped by four men in Barrington Hills (picture) 4/10/80 p.24 BH police want torso exhumed 4/17/80 p.26 Former mayor of Fox Lake arrested on assault charge (picture) 4/24/80 p.6 Police nab second arson suspect 5/8/80 p.16 Jewelry theft suspect attempts bike get away (picture) 5/15/80 p.5 BH police nab burglary suspect 6/5/80 p.24 Police recover some items from recent burglaries 6/12/80 p.18 Torso found in Barrington Hills being examined 6/19/80 p.16 Flag stolen from Barrington, Palatine (picture) 6/19/80 p.19 Barrington Hills couple armed robbery victims 6/26/80 p.14 Police may be close to identifying torso found in BH 6/26/80 p.14 Traffic stop leads to arrest of rape suspect 7/3/80 p.24 Bombs damage Barrington warehouse (picture) 7/3/80 p.5 Phony cop makes obscene calls 7/10/80 p.7 Barrington cops nab rape suspect 7/17/80 p.16 Marcella Mertens charged again with theft 7/24/80 p.20 Dognappers working neighborhoods 8/7/80 p.76 BH police search one year for torso ID (picture) 8/7/80 p.12 Vandal attacks on Deer Park trustee irk village 8/21/80 p.96 Four arrested in burglary of BH home 10/30/80 p.12 Inverness man found wounded 11/6/80 p.29 Thieves setting traps in bank deposit boxes 11/20/80 p.5 Prostitution-related charges hit men's club (picture) 11/27/80 p.7 Hough Street School alumnus unhappy over defaced sign 11/27/80 p.11 Lipofski's desk hit by theft 11/27/80 p.13 Service station robbed 11/27/80 p.14 Le Studio still open despite 3 arrests 12/4/80 p.18 Father used clout to reduce son's sentence 12/11/80 p.24 CRIMINAL STATISTICS TL on bottom of state crime list 9/11/80 p.6 SB on bottom of state crime list 9/11/80 p.6 CROWTHER, ROBERT Resigns as SB trustee 1/17/80 p.7 Resignation clears way to bond deal with Marshall Field's for SB (picture) 1/24/80 p.12 CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Cuba Township police issue still open 4/17/80 p.13 New police tax possible in Cuba 5/1/80 p.109 Cuba Twp. poll to decide police pact 5/15/80 p.7 Cuba Twp. investigates police taxes 6/19/80 p.24 Cuba patrols may lose funds 8/14/80 p.5 Cuba Twp. asks Lake County to set up police tax 8/21/80 p.14 CURTIS, MIKE To go to Chile for a year as exchange student 1/31/80 p.33 CYCLING PATHS Bike path system gets board study priority 9/11/80 p.17 Plenty of bike path interest but no funds 10/23/80 p.6 Two villages find bike path funding (picture) 10/23/80 p.7 Trustee Nelson backing bike path plan 10/30/80 p.13 D & E CONTRACTORS Highway commissioner and former owner deny misconduct in use of public employees 1/10/80 p.7 Investigation shows township employees used in work for his family's firm, D & E Contractors 1/10/80 p.7 Baresell denies official misconduct in use of public employees with D & E Contractors 1/10/80 p.7 Investigation shows township employees used in private work 1/10/80 p.7 Commissioner "own entity" 12/18/80 p.27 Dundee Twp. road boss indicted for fraud 12/18/80 p.26 Summary of federal charges 12/18/80 p.27 DAVID DOUGLAS LTD. New shop opens at Ice House (picture) 10/9/80 p.82 DE BOLT, JIM Work his hobby, says unretiring De Bolt (picture) 4/24/80 p.19 DEER PARK, ILL. 1980 growth and traffic predictions 1/3/80 p.7 Plan commission okays sewage proposal for Deer Park Centre provisionally 1/17/80 p.23 Dry hydrants examined as insurance break 1/24/80 p.6 Planners endorse Ropollo's sewerage plans for office development 2/14/80 p.86 DP seeks snowmobile curb 3/6/80 p.15 Sewerage okay given to Deer Park Centre 3/6/80 p.27 Village to contribute funds towards solving resident's drainage problem 4/24/80 p.16 DP dumping Barrington police for Lake County deputies 5/1/80 p.31 DP drops Barrington police patrols 5/15/80 p.25 Getting petitions from gas station developers 6/12/80 p.9 Sinking house owners persevere in suits (picture) 8/7/80 p.6 Vandal attacks on Deer Park trustee irk village 8/21/80 p.96 Village board bans Rand Road developments 9/18/80 p.14 Trustee Robert Sardella resigns 9/18/80 p.23 Country Corners residents to close street (picture) 9/18/80 p.14 Residents plan park future 10/2/80 p.26 To investigate cost of comprehensive plan 10/23/80 p.22 Stobat named to DP board (picture) 10/23/80 p.22 Septic law 12/18/80 p.30 DI MUCCI BUILDERS Inverness okays plans for Di Mucci site 7/24/80 p.9 Inverness board likes Di Mucci development 8/14/80 p.26 DIXON, ANNA Ninety-eight years young (picture) 11/20/80 p.87 Almost a centurion (picture) 11/27/80 p.77 DUCKS UNLIMITED Area man big drake in Ducks Unlimited (picture) 6/5/80 p.21 DUER, JIM Saves boy in pool mishap 10/9/80 p.13 EAGEN, BETH Teaches class in aerobic dancing (picture) 1/24/80 p.1 EBERHARDT, GERALD Teacher to return 8/21/80 p.6 District 220 to reinstate teacher 10/16/80 p.15 Record to stay in school file 10/23/80 p.22 District 220 teacher almost fired 12/18/80 p.13 EBERT, PEGGY Honored by Humanitarian Award 6/19/80 p.57 EDUCATION Bilingual class breaks through language barrier (picture) 12/4/80 p.50 ELDER, JACK Anthropologist's ubu-dubus, war clubs, skulls visit Barrington (picture) 5/8/80 p.10 ELECTIONS Richard Fonte candidate for state senator in 2nd district 1/3/80 p.19 Senate candidates gathering support 2/14/80 p.94 Election '80 3/13/80 p.29 Party hopefuls battle Tuesday in primaries 3/13/80 p.5 Election wrap-up 3/20/80 p.15 Legislative cutback move still alive 8/28/80 p.25 Voter's guide 10/30/80 p.53 Crane-McCartney contest loaded with fireworks (picture) 10/30/80 p.5 Elections '80 11/6/80 p.5 New district lines promise tough fight 11/20/80 p.26 Legislative cutback: it all gets back to survival 11/20/80 p.27 Glenn Miller heads Lake County Board again 12/4/80 p.24 Consolidated elections may mean stronger political ties 12/11/80 p.36 EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT Steinem tells women they still lack rights (picture) 5/15/80 p.22 Local women take up cause on both sides (picture) 5/15/80 p.20 Can the family unit survive with two heads? 5/15/80 p.21 Federal agencies on guard 5/15/80 p.21 Illinois a leader 5/15/80 p.21 Time again for vote in state legislature (picture) 5/15/80 p.20 ESSENTIALS BY F & W COOKWARE Opens in Ice House (picture) 11/6/80 p.108 FAMILY AFFAIR Blend of family harmony in two family quartets (picture) 3/20/80 p.44 FIRES Arson Suspected in Golf home fire 1/3/80 p.5 Jerry Golf home fire labeled suspicious 1/10/80 p.16 Department fights two fires at one time (pictures) 2/28/80 p.1 Firemen battle blaze in forest preserve (picture) 4/24/80 p.5 Fire guts garage 7/31/80 p.10 Fire destroys Lathrop house 8/7/80 p.14 Paint stripping torches ignite attic (picture) 8/21/80 p.5 Fire department battles warehouse blaze (picture) 8/28/80 p.1 Deserted barn burns (picture) 9/18/80 p.5 DP barn burns 9/28/80 p.119 Ice House caboose burns 10/23/80 p.19 Woman burned on arm in utility room fire (picture) 11/13/80 p.5 Courier investigation of apartments shows few smoke detectors (picture) 11/13/80 p.18 LB couple survives Las Vegas fire 11/27/80 p.5 FISH, BARBARA Gives thanks for rescue, recovery from tractor accident (picture) 11/27/80 p.10 FONTE, RICHARD Richard Fonte candidate for state senator in 2nd district 1/3/80 p.19 FORD, GERALD Visit to SB helps O'Neal (picture) 9/11/80 p.18 FORSBERG, THEODORE J. Wants to be village president (picture) 11/6/80 p.5 Local Democrat wants to be village president (picture) 11/6/80 p.5 FORTUNATO, NANCY Artist's exhibit at Barrington Area Library 9/11/80 p.61 FOSTER, MERRILL World's largest building still dream of local man (picture) 10/16/80 p.17 FOX VALLEY SKY WATCH Skywatchers are a star-struck group (picture) 7/10/80 p.50 FOX VALLEY SPORTS ARENA Closing ice skating rink hits hard (picture) 3/6/80 p.10 Skaters tell park board why rink needs saving 3/13/80 p.11 Rink supporters seek funds 4/17/80 p.28 Final show brings glory and tears (picture) 5/1/80 p.21 Hockey league saves ice rink 5/15/80 p.6 FRIEDLAND, JOHN E. Second district unforgiving to Fonte, endorses Friedland 2/7/80 p.12 Pro-life issue surfaces again in 2nd district Senate race 3/6/80 p.7 Both candidates gain endorsements 3/6/80 p.14 Senate race heats up 3/13/80 p.20 Wins home town vote (picture) 3/20/80 p.5 FRYE, JOHN Barrington's Frye an unconventional spirit (picture) 3/20/80 p.21 FULLER, JOHN Career change helps new BYS director (picture) 8/7/80 p.19 GARDEN CLUB OF BARRINGTON Gives $9,000 grant to Citizens for Conservation 12/4/80 p.10 GOFRON FAMILY SB family dances to ethnic beat (picture) 9/25/80 p.10 GOOCH, THOMAS Continues suit to build house on half acre 8/28/80 p.28 GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL Emergency room heart of the hospital (picture) 2/21/80 p.1 Lost without highway signs 10/23/80 p.11 Celebrates first anniversary (picture) 10/30/80 p.11 GRAMAROSSA, PATTI ROSS Leg injury puts local Honeybear out for season (picture) 9/4/80 p.10 GRANDEL, MARGE Creative homemaker models her own originals (picture) 5/8/80 p.72 GRANDPA'S DELI DOGS Grandpa's Deli Dogs opens (picture) 9/18/80 p.100 GREBE, KEN L. Aherns, Grebe miss firefighting (picture) 5/15/80 p.10 GREENBERG, JAN Wheeling author [Jan Greenberg] writes under pseudonym Jill Gregory (picture) 1/24/80 p.66 GROM, KENNETH C. Organist honored (picture) 5/8/80 p.28 GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL Grove pupil transfers hit by parents' group 8/21/80 p.21 Kindergarten transfers ruled out for Grove 8/28/80 p.6 GUERRA, CAROLYN Carolyn Guerra wins first place in art exhibit 9/11/80 p.30 GUERRA, WILLIAM R. Elected VP of finance at Oak Technology 1/31/80 p.48 HAAYEN, RICHARD J. Elected president of Allstate (picture) 8/21/80 p.76 HAIR DESIGN BY BJ AND COMPANY Opens at Commons (picture) 7/31/80 p.64 HANSEN, GEORGIANA MACARTHUR Poet's verse records joys, tragedies of her life (picture) 11/20/80 p.10 HANSEN, JULIAN Sails across Atlantic (pictures) 4/3/80 p.6 HARPER COLLEGE Enrollment up 10/9/80 p.25 Fire hazards aired 1/17/80 p.11 Food service deficit needs auditing 4/3/80 p.19 Board incumbents retain offices 4/17/80 p.26 Food service program subject of debate 4/24/80 p.61 Harper students dig rocks (picture) 5/8/80 p.78 Sues firm for $828,000 in structure faults 6/19/80 p.18 Harper now free to decide how to spend land sale funds 6/26/80 p.24 Agreement near on salaries 9/4/80 p.23 Harper raises BHS rent check 9/11/80 p.11 Pay raises survive college board's objections 10/2/80 p.28 HARPER'S Moves to Ice House addition (picture) 10/16/80 p.76 HARTZ, ELMER Old farmer still at it; Elmer Hartz remembers (pictures) 5/1/80 p.6 HELIPORTS South Barrington asked to discuss heliport 9/18/80 p.7 Allstate heliport gets okay from SB 11/27/80 p.23 HELMS WOODS Grant for acquisition awarded to Kane County Forest Preserve District 4/3/80 p.39 HENDRICKSEN TREE EXPERTS, INC. To expand operations in Barrington 1/3/80 p.44 HOFFER, INGRID Watercolorist [Ingrid Hoffer] strives to capture moods (picture) 11/6/80 p.23 HOMUTH, OTTO At 81, he still bowls them over (picture) 3/13/80 p.77 HORN, L.R. Village asks him to clean up his driveway 1/3/80 p.63 HORSES Local riders win prizes at horse show 6/19/80 p.27 10-year-old Annie Kunetka a blue ribbon rider (picture) 6/26/80 p.16 Pounding hooves, searing heat in riding show (picture) 7/17/80 p.10 Memorial trophy won by Boyle student (picture) 8/14/80 p.68 Guide to the art of horsing around 8/21/80 p.65 Malnutrition kills horse despite group's effort (picture) 9/25/80 p.5 Letitia Spirek is Junior Pinto Queen (picture) 11/6/80 p.56 HOUGH STREET SCHOOL Kids' special week a hit (picture) 1/31/80 p.21 HOUSING Public meeting set for January 15 1/3/80 p.5 Barrington Twp. supervisors agree on need for subsidized housing 1/10/80 p.5 Barrington village board, housing committee and Lake County Housing Authority present plans to area residents 1/17/80 p.6 Raymond Ave. residents want housing answers 1/31/80 p.6 Subsidies unpopular on Raymond Ave. 2/28/80 p.6 Survey to access need 3/6/80 p.15 Village board asked to show housing intent (picture) 3/6/80 p.5 Village set to decide (picture) 3/13/80 p.5 Survey due Monday 3/13/80 p.24 Bid thwarted by opposition 3/20/80 p.11 Issue alive till March 31 3/27/80 p.7 Lageschulte seeks subsidy funds 4/3/80 p.7 Housing unit ponders inquiries 5/8/80 p.15 Proposed subsidized housing site selling for manufacturing 6/12/80 p.5 Barrington housing group changes gears to help needy 6/26/80 p.17 Dead issue for Raymond Ave. 7/17/80 p.14 Evangelical group houses seniors 8/14/80 p.15 Main Street house to shelter Laotian families 8/28/80 p.12 Churches could play key role in housing Barrington elderly 10/30/80 p.7 HUSTED, MARK Husted used clout to reduce son's sentence 12/11/80 p.24 ICE HOUSE (SHOPPING CENTER) Burned caboose may be saved 10/31/80 p.11 Addition underway 4/24/80 p.70 INVERNESS, ILL. Barrington, Inverness to sign boundary agreement 5/1/80 p.28 Okays plans for Di Mucci site 7/24/80 p.9 Board likes Di Mucci development 8/14/80 p.26 JANDRIS, THOMAS New BHS principal (picture) 5/29/80 p.5 Back-to-basics principal at BHS (picture) 6/19/80 p.7 JENSEN, BOB New BYS president (picture) 5/15/80 p.18 JEWEL FOOD STORES Price difference a misconception 4/24/80 p.5 Marks 50th year in Barrington 4/24/80 p.72 JOHNSON, CAROLYN Serves Tokyo embassy as vice consul 7/24/80 p.9 JURS, JOHN Makes music at 90 8/28/80 p.93 KANE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT Governor Thompson approves grant to Kane County Forest Preserve District to buy BH property 1/17/80 p.22 KARPIEL, DORIS Criticized for holding two offices 2/14/80 p.55 KIDS COUNT CHILDREN'S CENTER To open on Northwest Highway 5/15/80 p.16 KIDS ON THE BLOCK Puppets help us learn about disabled (picture) 10/23/80 p.12 Makes new friends in District 220 (picture) 10/30/80 p.30 KILDEER, ILL. Seeks informal land Use pact with Deer Park 10/9/80 p.28 KIMBERLY HOUSE Did Teddy sleep here? (picture) 6/19/80 p.45 KLEIN, DON Quits housing committee 3/27/80 p.7 Klein and BACOG grow together 4/10/80 p.11 KLINGENBERG, WILLIAM 7 Barrington farmers share 535 years of memories (picture) 2/21/80 p.5 Old timer's memories part of village history (picture) 3/6/80 p.1 KOSIN, BOB BACOG's assistant planner is Dr. Watson to Klein's Holmes (picture) 4/10/80 p.16 KRILICH PROPERTY NB planners nix Krilich project 4/3/80 p.13 Planners reject Krilich proposal 11/6/80 p.28 KRUEGER, ELSIE German carols bring Christmas memories (picture) 12/25/80 p.21 KUHN, THEODORE Starting Citizen's Party, will run for Congress (picture) 6/19/80 p.14 Liberal candidate's petitions fail 9/18/80 p.119 KUNETKA, ANNIE 10-year-old Annie Kunetka a blue ribbon rider (picture) 6/26/80 p.16 LA FLAMME, EDWARD To oppose McClory in primary 1/3/80 p.13 LAGESCHULTE, HANK "Little Hank" Lageschulte remembers 2-policeman Barrington (pictures) 5/8/80 p.26 LAGESCHULTE, JACK Elected first VP of Home Builders Assoc. of Illinois 1/3/80 p.46 LAGESCHULTE, VERN "HANK" "Little Hank" remembers 2-policeman Barrington (picture) 5/8/80 p.26 LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL. Seeks village hall site 2/7/80 p.23 Resident told to clean up land 3/6/80 p.20 Asks for light at LBS entrance 3/6/80 p.111 To request light on Route 59 5/8/80 p.12 Approves Vista Estates plan 6/19/80 p.23 Approves $574,000 in appropriations 7/10/80 p.86 Board votes for extra police protection 8/28/80 p.18 Seeks hearing on planned cluster project 9/11/80 p.22 LB-County police pact out in the cold 9/11/80 p.11 Lake County deputies may patrol LB 11/6/80 p.28 LB to fire police off duty from Lake County sheriff's department 12/11/80 p.29 LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM Sponsors spinning class (picture) 1/24/80 p.26 LAKE COUNTY, ILL. Denies rezoning request 1/10/80 p.5 LAKE SHORE ESTATES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Grand opening 11/13/80 p.88 LAMEY, RICH New co-owner of Rowland's Equipment 3/27/80 p.88 LAND DEVELOPMENT Hoffman Estates site for sports stadium out 1/31/80 p.5 Hoffman Estates looks at project problems for proposed complex 2/14/80 p.12 Motel, health club plan offered (picture) 7/3/80 p.6 Villages discuss development ban 9/11/80 p.13 Regional zoning idea subject at hearings 9/18/80 p.26 Officials call for cooperation 10/2/80 p.31 Cluster zoning topic of hearing 10/9/80 p.101 LANGENDORF PARK Vandals bludgeon to death animals in park (picture) 2/14/80 p.6 New games a winner at Langendorf Park (picture) 2/14/80 p.21 Four charged with killing birds 2/21/80 p.5 All the fun was in the park (picture) 7/10/80 p.10 Park animals moving to barn 11/13/80 p.7 LATIMER, HUGH A. Retires from Illinois Bell to Join foundation (picture) 12/11/80 p.124 LATTOF, NICHOLAS M. YMCA honors Barrington Hills man 7/17/80 p.14 LE STUDIO Prostitution-related charges hit men's club (picture) 11/27/80 p.7 Still open despite 3 arrests 12/4/80 p.18 County tells Le Studio it's violating zoning 12/11/80 p.6 Still open despite zoning violations 12/25/80 p.14 LEARNING COMMUNITY New alternative school emphasizes basic skills (picture) 10/30/80 p.18 LINES, JENNIE Recalls 90 years of Barrington history 8/21/80 p.29 LOWE, GEORGE WATSON Cary's Mr. History (picture) 11/6/80 p.92 LUNGREN, GARY "Woman wanted" ad produces three dates (picture) 11/13/80 p.6 LUTZ, BRAD W. Police officer receives award (picture) 9/4/80 p.58 MAIBEN, DEAN Village manager quits to start business 3/20/80 p.5 Lauded by Barrington village board 4/17/80 p.23 Village finishes paying former manager 9/25/80 p.12 MARSHALL FIELD AND COMPANY Crowther's resignation clears way for bond deal in SB 1/24/80 p.12 SB, Field's negotiate new bond assistance 2/21/80 p.11 SB's bonding to be tested by Field's case 7/17/80 p.13 MASSHAN, MARGE Retired librarian transcribes braille for blind (picture) 11/6/80 p.38 MAXON, DONALD Demotions not in plans of new police chief (picture) 9/11/80 p.20 New police chief still unable to move here 12/25/80 p.14 MCCARTNEY, DAVID Crane files complaint against McCartney 10/30/80 p.5 Sense new mood (picture) 10/30/80 p.5 Congressional candidate fund raiser (picture) 8/14/80 p.11 MCCLORY, ROBERT Introduces legislation to repeal Highes-Ryan amendment 2/7/80 p.67 Tops Skinner in race for House 3/20/80 p.6 MCGLADERY HENDRICKSON & CO. Accounting firm to move to Schaumburg 5/22/80 p.79 MCKIMMON, COLLEEN Flower vendor: posies and sentiment add up to a business (picture) 11/13/80 p.21 MCKISSACK, VERNON Cartoons first love of local free-lancer (picture) 10/2/80 p.10 MEISSNER, CRAIG Finalist in Little Master America, Illinois (picture) 8/14/80 p.24 Wins Illinois Little Master America contest 8/21/80 p.96 MERRIMAN, JOHN Citizen politician tells electoral college hope 10/21/80 p.27 MERTENS FAMILY Robert Mertens gets new hearing in theft case 2/14/80 p.95 Marcella Mertens charged again with theft 7/24/80 p.20 MEYER, JAMES Sgt. James Meyer dismissed 1/10/80 p.16 Appeals firing from Barrington police department 3/6/80 p.26 MILLER, ROBERT Millers remember (picture) 3/13/80 p.14 MOSELEY, VIRGINIA Writer remembers life with father (picture) 6/12/80 p.49 MOWRY, ROBERT N. Elected senior VP for Montgomery Ward 1/3/80 p.48 MUGALIAN, RICHARD Heads commission to study regional zoning 9/18/80 p.27 MURPHY EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Receives award for excellence 1/3/80 p.44 MUSTANG RANCH County officials vow probe of adult motel (picture) 12/18/80 p.5 County inspection finds violations 12/25/80 p.12 NAPLES, GREGORY Declares bid in village race (picture) 11/13/80 p.5 NELSON, KENNETH V. Appointed marketing administration manager for Borg-Warner (picture) 3/27/80 p.91 NESHEIM, ROBERT 0. Honored for service on fire-police commission 3/27/80 p.22 NINETY-NINES: THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN PILOTS Ninety-Nines fly high (picture) 8/28/80 p.20 NOFTZ, JULIA Cost forces 82-year-old woman to leave Barrington (picture) 10/23/80 p.5 NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL More mud tasting allegations by students, parent 5/1/80 p.34 NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Considers ousting comprehensive plan 3/6/80 p.27 Votes to annex Stone property 3/20/80 p.13 Preliminary budget presented 3/27/80 p.28 Planner ok zoning change 4/3/80 p.23 NB planners nix Krilich project 4/3/80 p.13 Stone property hearing postponed 4/17/80 p.13 May prepare new plan 4/24/80 p.61 Two trustees not living in village (picture) 5/1/80 p.5 Volunteer village concept examined 5/1/80 p.27 NB tells Draper to pay $16,000 5/1/80 p.22 Residents split over tennis court proposal 5/1/80 p.34 Homeowner's petition to annex to NB may close off Draper's options on Stone property (map) 5/8/80 p.5 Teska bid wins contract to redo NB plan 5/22/80 p.12 Cragg wants delay, but budget okayed 5/22/80 p.7 Failure to post meeting notice forces repeat 6/12/80 p.19 Budget okayed after changes 6/26/80 p.22 Plan commission change irks man who lost position 6/26/80 p.11 Road commissioner fired 7/10/80 p.86 Commissioner Saum seeks president's resignation. 7/31/80 p.14 NB wants money owed by Stone developer 7/31/80 p.18 Attorney clears up questions on road Commissioner Saum 8/14/80 p.22 Road commissioner selected at stormy board meeting 8/28/80 p.12 Board votes to slash property tax 8/28/80 p.26 NB trustee's alleged resignation referred to State's Attorney 9/25/80 p.20 To sue Lake Zurich if K-Mart plan causes problems 9/25/80 p.12 Clears way for Bellwood by annexing 5 acres 11/27/80 p.21 Neighborhood watch NB crime deterrent 12/11/80 p.12 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION Delays vote on Beverly plan 4/3/80 p.20 Figures show BACOG area growing slower than expected 7/17/80 p.11 OBRIAN, JANICE Featured skater in Chicago show (picture) 2/7/80 p.14 OLIVER, DIRK Noted for work with CPR program (picture) 5/15/80 p.25 ORDWAY, BOB Prize-winning photo 8/28/80 p.29 PANGBORN, JERALD L. Named VP for National Can Corp. 1/3/80 p.46 PARAMEDICS Two paramedics resign, join Palatine force 1/3/80 p.12 6-minute CPR time limit exceeded in night calls 1/27/80 p.5 Maiben to make statement about paramedic response time 2/7/80 p.5 Maiben to beef up paramedic force 3/6/80 p.5 Barrington buying vehicle to improve paramedic response 3/13/80 p.5 Deliver baby 6/5/80 p.13 PHINNNY, HILARY PACKARD Barrington artist to open studio (picture) 3/20/80 p.70 PHOTOGRAPHERS Prize-winning photo [Bob Ordway] 8/28/80 p.29 PIERSON, KEITH To decide later on election 11/13/80 p.5 POLICE Sgt. James Meyer dismissed 1/10/80 p.16 Salary matter stall police negotiations 1/24/80 p.5 Barrington moves toward pact with union 1/31/80 p.11 Plan to picket over salary 2/7/80 p.5 Cuba police protection cost too expensive 2/14/80 p.11 Barrington patrolmen picket village board (picture) 2/14/80 p.5 Union will picket village board meeting 2/21/80 p.5 Village Votes not to recognize union 2/28/80 p.5 Board lacks sophistication in not recognizing collective bargaining, says police union president 2/28/80 p.5 Village board votes not to recognize police union 2/28/80 p.5 Union president says Barrington board lacks sophistication in not recognizing collective bargaining 2/28/80 p.5 Village considers final pay plan for patrolmen 3/6/80 p.6 3 villages agree to police contract 3/6/80 p.27 Considers final pay plan for patrolmen 3/6/80 p.6 Meyer appeals firing 3/6/80 p.26 LB, TL explore joint police force 3/6/80 p.16 Barrington, patrolmen reach salary pact 3/13/80 p.22 Board, patrolmen reach salary pact 3/13/80 p.22 Cuba Twp. votes out special cop service 4/10/80 p.5 Cuba Twp. police issue still open 4/17/80 p.13 Cuba Township police issue still open 4/17/80 p.13 New police tax possible in Cuba 5/1/80 p.109 DP dumping Barrington police for Lake County deputies 5/1/80 p.31 DP drops Barrington police patrols 5/15/80 p.25 Village looking for police chief 5/15/80 p.25 Cuba Twp. poll to decide police pact 5/15/80 p.7 New radio equipment to free up local police communications 6/5/80 p.16 Meng acting police chief 6/5/80 p.5 Beer garden gets go-ahead; fee adjusted 6/19/80 p.5 Hoffman Estates cops to patrol 2 SB roads during theater performances 6/19/80 p.6 Cuba Twp. investigates police taxes 6/19/80 p.24 New police chief from Kansas 7/31/80 p.5 New chief's love of outdoors attracted him to Barrington 7/31/80 p.16 Firing range keeps police on target (picture) 8/7/80 p.10 Cuba patrols may lose funds 8/14/80 p.5 Cuba Twp. asks Lake County to set up police tax 8/21/80 p.14 Demotions not in plans of new police chief (picture) 9/11/80 p.20 LB-County police pact out in the cold 9/11/80 p.11 Wauconda cops ride quiet beat (picture) 11/6/80 p.66 Tower Lakes police begin Fox River Valley Gardens patrol 11/6/80 p.16 Lake County deputies may patrol Lake Barrington 11/6/80 p.28 Police officers shuffled in juvenile department 11/13/80 p.16 Armondo seeks $9 million in suit for arrest by Barrington police 12/4/80 p.6 LB to hire police off duty from Lake County sheriff's department 12/11/80 p.29 POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC. BH awaiting impact of theater opening 1/3/80 p.7 BH wants police role clarified in case of theater problems 1/31/80 p.77 Partial setback for homeowners 2/28/80 p.12 Poplar Creek owner promises no problems 3/27/80 p.5 Homeowners still trying to stop music theater 3/27/80 p.5 Theater layout described, partial summer lineup 3/27/80 p.81 Waiting game for villages challenging Poplar Creek 4/3/80 p.95 Homeowners file theater suit 5/8/80 p.11 Rock or Bach question again 5/8/80 p.11 Storage permit delay tied to theater legal action 5/22/80 p.23 Gets booze okay 5/29/80 p.6 Open house offers residents chance to look 5/29/80 p.7 Poplar Creek manager calm about opening (picture) 6/5/80 p.5 Local police beefing up patrols for performance 6/5/80 p.15 Passes "doomsday" traffic test at opening (picture) 6/12/80 p.5 Country boy John Denver opens theater in the country (picture) 6/12/80 p.20 Music fans can expect mixed bag (picture) 6/12/80 p.71 Hoffman cops to patrol 2 SB roads during performances 6/19/80 p.6 Villages' suit to block theater valid: court 6/26/80 p.5 Widow blames theater, village in death of husband 6/26/80 p.6 Security staff emphasize safety, not prohibitions 6/26/80 p.7 SB residents complain of rock concert noise (picture) 6/26/80 p.5 BH to proceed with suit 7/3/80 p.5 Paramedic raps theater unit 7/3/80 p.12 U.S. Supreme Court may get theater suit 7/10/80 p.5 Widow's lawyer says she'll sue theater 7/17/80 p.5 SB earmarks $50,000 for Poplar Creek suit 7/17/80 p.5 Home builder unit intervenes in suit 7/31/80 p.19 Lawsuits still plague music theater 8/14/80 p.20 Hoffman Estates counter suit expected in theater death 8/21/80 p.12 Arrests rock Seger concert 8/21/80 p.13 Theater receives handicap award 8/21/80 p.12 Theater award and passing grade in first year 9/4/80 p.6 Theater owner reflects on first season's end 9/25/80 p.26 Court denies attempt to block suit 10/2/80 p.11 Hoffman Estates report soon on Poplar Creek 11/20/80 p.23 Hoffman Estates report seeks theater changes 12/4/80 p.7 Supreme Court gets theater litigation 12/11/80 p.6 PRISONS Behind bars: a teen's life and death (picture) 8/21/80 p.22 PRIVATE AFFAIR Marks sixth anniversary in remodeled shop (picture) 11/27/80 p.96 PUFF HAIRDRESSERS Under new owner (picture) 12/4/80 p.96 PUFFER, NOBLE Noble Puffer mane gains belated fame (picture) 4/17/80 p.16 QUAKER OATS COMPANY Pet food research has gone to the dogs (picture) 1/24/80 p.21 QUINLIN AND TYSON Moves to new offices 7/3/80 p.66 REBECCA'S Moves to larger store (picture) 10/30/80 p.86 REESE, ALICE Barrington Area Library employee Alice Reese dies; left memories for library users (picture) 6/19/80 p.18 REESE, ELMER Celebrates 90th birthday (picture) 8/28/80 p.22 REESE, MICHAEL To oppose McClory in primary 1/31/80 p.13 REFUGEES Cambodian's refugee camp affects Barrington nurse (picture) 6/5/80 p.10 Cuban's compound like WWII movie set (picture) 7/10/80 p.18 Church wants to lease village house as home for Laotian family 7/17/80 p.20 Three Laotian refugees help Barrington Area Library staff (picture) 7/31/80 p.10 Thanksgiving is Laotian family's first 11/27/80 p.34 The Chu's celebrate Christmas (picture) 12/25/80 p.16 REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL Garbage man's lot is a happy one (picture) 4/17/80 p.1 Rate hike gets village okay 6/26/80 p.23 Once a week garbage pickup voted 7/17/80 p.7 Twice a week pickup approved 7/31/80 p.12 Garbage rates up 9/25/80 p.13 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Hearing set 2/21/80 p.44 Bus time change 6/12/80 p.38 Politics keeps RTA seat out of Skinner's hands 6/19/80 p.91 Planned RTA train cuts hurt Barrington: Beese 12/4/80 p.5 RTA commuters worry about getting to work 12/11/80 p.5 Don't cut schedule, riders tell board 12/18/80 p.5 Barrington contingent raps service cuts 12/18/80 p.6 RENDER, TONY Former superintendent at Pepper Construction retires 7/31/80 p.63 RISCHE FAMILY Bluegrass isn't just for hillbillies (picture) 2/21/80 p.51 RITHUM MACHINE May market a record 11/27/80 p.20 Rithum Machine belts 'em out (picture) 12/18/80 p.10 ROADS Route 53 to be extended to Lake-Cook Road 1/17/80 p.7 BACOG not giving up fight against Route 53 extension 1/31/80 p.18 NB summer road work slated 5/1/80 p.28 Roadwork begins in village 5/8/80 p.36 Lake-Cook extension halted 5/22/80 p.5 Route 53 extension shelved 5/29/80 p.7 Intersection of 68 and 59 gets flashing lights 6/21/80 p.26 $5 million in road work to be spent in Barrington, Palatine 6/26/80 p.19 Highway near bog Bite stirs up controversy 7/10/80 p.6 Lake-Cook link getting support 7/31/80 p.7 BACOG opposes Lake-Cook extension 8/28/80 p.14 Northwest Highway's future under local group's eye 9/18/80 p.11 Country Corners road open again after school bus problem 10/2/80 p.22 Northwest Highway upkeep top priority 11/6/80 p.28 $2 million road project planned for Route 62 12/4/80 p.24 ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEPOSITORY, INC. Opens new office in Barrington (picture) 11/13/80 p.88 ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL Balloon Day balloons reach Pennsylvania (picture) 6/5/80 p.22 ROWLAND'S EQUIPMENT Buck Rowland, owner 3/27/80 p.88 ROWLAND, BUCK Rowland's Equipment under new management (picture) 3/27/80 p.88 ROYAL NEIGHBORS Still contributing to community (picture) 8/28/80 p.58 See also correction to story 9/4/80 p.55 Correction to story of 8/28/80 9/4/80 p.55 RUSH-LANGDON GALLERY Rush-Langdon Gallery sets grand opening (picture) 7/17/80 p.64 RUTH, THOMAS To sue village after zoning variance denied 1/24/80 p.12 ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH Father Thane recalls years at St. Anne's (picture) 4/17/80 p.19 ST. ANNE SCHOOL Opens first kindergarten 2/21/80 p.22 ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH New rector (picture) 7/31/80 p.19 SALVATION ARMY Soldiers in this army meet local need (picture) 11/27/80 p.25 SANITARY LANDFILLS BACOG reinforces order to clean up landfill 8/28/80 p.14 BACOG reinforces order to clean up Bradwell landfill 8/28/80 p.14 SARDELLA, ROBERT Deer Park trustee resigns 9/18/80 p.23 SCHAFFER, JACK Bill approved to allow township primaries 7/10/80 p.32 SCHWEMM, KARL Recalls old times in Barrington 3/27/80 p.15 SEGAL, ROBERT Artist's exhibit coming to library (picture) 9/11/80 p.21 SEX ORIENTED BUSINESSES Prostitution-related charges hit men's club (picture) 11/27/80 p.7 Le Studio still open despite 3 arrests 12/4/80 p.18 County tells Le Studio it's violating zoning 12/11/80 p.6 County officials vow probe of adult motel [Mustang Ranch] (picture) 12/18/80 p.5 Le Studio faced with deadline on zoning charges 12/18/80 p.24 Still open despite zoning violations 12/25/80 p.14 County inspection finds violations [Mustang Ranch] 12/25/80 p.12 SHINE, JOE Behind bars: a teen's life and death (picture) 8/21/80 p.22 SHOWERS, WILLIAM Veteran remembers bond among soldiers (picture) 11/13/80 p.14 SKAMFER, LIBBY Artist's talent more precious than gold (picture) 2/21/80 p.10 SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Grand opening (picture) 4/10/80 p.78 SLOCUM, CLYDE Hospitalized after collapse 9/25/80 p.5 Faces union ouster campaign 10/2/80 p.5 Heart problem not stress related 10/2/80 p.5 Threat charged, denied by Barrington Education Association 10/9/80 p.9 Receives pay raise 12/4/80 p.14 SNAIL'S PACE New owner (picture) 6/26/80 p.78 SOMERVILLE, ARTHUR Celebrates 50th wedding anniversary (picture) 12/25/80 p.73 SOUTH BARRINGTON CENTRE $3 million office center may Join Allstate (picture) 5/1/80 p.5 SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Mandatory vehicle stickers March 1/17/80 p.12 SB, Field's negotiate new bond assistance 2/21/80 p.11 Plan to condemn land stalled 2/28/80 p.15 New address system due in March 3/13/80 p.17 Businesses flooding SB with bond requests 4/17/80 p.23 Deficit may require tax referendum 4/17/80 p.24 SB bonds practice may get test 4/24/80 p.5 Bonds test out-of-town issue 6/5/80 p.15 Park unit to buy land 6/5/80 p.15 Motel, health club plan offered (picture) 7/3/80 p.6 SB's bonding to be tested by Field's case 7/17/80 p.13 SB earmarks $50,000 for Poplar Creek suit 7/17/80 p.5 Test case on revenue bonds continues 8/21/80 p.99 Approves office center rezoning 8/21/80 p.99 SB delays rezoning of Three Lakes 8/21/80 p.95 Holds up tax limit law 8/21/80 p.95 Tax hike may go to voters 8/28/80 p.93 Judge affirms SB's right to issue bonds in other towns 9/11/80 p.6 On bottom of state crime list 9/11/80 p.6 To hold tax referendum 9/18/80 p.5 May appeal bond case 9/18/80 p.5 Allstate asks SB to discuss heliport 9/18/80 p.7 Waits court's word on appeal of bonding case 10/16/80 p.14 No opposition on tax hike 10/23/80 p.23 Buys site for village hall 11/20/80 p.5 Won't block bird sanctuary 12/18/80 p.28 Candidates lining up 12/18/80 p.29 Discusses getting Lake Michigan water 12/18/80 p.30 Decides not to Bell half of village hall site 12/18/80 p.23 SB candidates lining up (picture) 12/18/80 p.29 SPIREK, LETITIA Junior Pinto Queen (picture) 11/6/80 p.56 SPRING HILL MALL Men, mortar bring mall to life (picture) 1/24/80 p.40 STAINED GLASS OF BARRINGTON New secular art form (picture) 1/24/80 p.44 STANLEY, ROGER Conducts political forum at BHS 3/6/80 p.14 STASIAK, TOM Love of slots real jackpot for slot machine doctor (picture 5/8/80 p.76 STOCKER, MARION Crusade of concern for life (picture) 11/27/80 p.82 STONE, W. CLEMENT Hearings on property development 1/3/80 p.7 Property set for development contains valuable wetlands 1/17/80 p.20 Plan unit meticulously reviewing Stone plan 2/21/80 p.6 Property developer may approach other villages 3/6/80 p.6 Developer shops in Lake Zurich for annexation 3/13/80 p.6 NB votes to annex property 3/20/80 p.13 NB enters Stone annexation suit 3/27/80 p.14 Stone property case likely to be continued 4/3/80 p.24 Timberlake residents petition for Stone change 4/10/80 p.10 Hearing postponed 4/17/80 p.13 Petition may close off Draper's options (map) 5/8/80 p.5 Hearing postponed to June 5/8/80 p.5 Draper eyes corridor for LZ annexation 5/22/80 p.12 No one wants to make first move on annexation hearings 6/5/80 p.13 Hearing delayed again 6/12/80 p.13 Court hearing delayed by opposition 6/26/80 p.23 Stone hearing delayed again 7/17/80 p.11 New hearing delay requested 8/21/80 p.32 NB to hold Stone project hearing 8/28/80 p.103 Developer pays most of fees 9/25/80 p.13 Stone hearings resume with new controversy 10/2/80 p.12 Draper considers withdrawing annexation petition 10/16/80 p.6 Commercial area plans dropped by Draper 10/30/80 p.17 Stone developer drops commercial, density 11/18/80 p.12 Revised Stone development still facing some criticism 11/20/80 p.6 NB finishes Stone hearings, 12/18/80 p.20 Revised plan for Stone property (map) 12/18/80 p.20 SUZEK, FRANK Request for rezoning denied 1/10/80 p.5 TAXATION Annual tax sale to be held daily through April 1 1/17/80 p.56 Tax inequities within neighboring counties 1/24/80 p.16 Tax limitation bill would devastate school district 1/24/80 p.16 Skinner introduces bill to eliminate tax inequities 3/13/80 p.20 Tax out group seeks support for lowering tax rates on ballot 6/12/80 p.15 Not assessment hikes, but spending, ups taxes 7/31/80 p.6 Explanation of higher Cuba Twp. taxes hard to find 7/31/80 p.5 TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL. District 220 assessing bite of new tax legislation 1/31/80 p.11 Auto dealer Closings hit tax revenues 8/7/80 p.15 Levy increased 8.9% 8/28/80 p.26 Board increases tax levy 8/28/80 p.26 TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL. Annual tax sale on delinquent real estate to be held daily through Apr. 1 1/17/80 p.56 Higher tax bills 9/4/80 p.5 TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL. Some Lake County tax refunds unclaimed 1/24/80 p.26 Tax refund effort Successful 1/31/80 p.17 NB tax group raps school tax 8/21/80 p.13 County knuckles under ends ineffective tax protest 8/28/80 p.19 TAXATION--NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Board votes to slash property tax 8/28/80 p.26 TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Deficit may require tax referendum 4/17/80 p.24 Holds up tax limit law 8/21/80 p.95 Tax hike may go to voters 8/28/80 p.93 To hold tax referendum 9/18/80 p.5 No opposition on tax hike 10/23/80 p.23 Voters approve doubled tax rate 11/6/80 p.13 TECHNICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY Open Chicago office 1/24/80 p.86 TEPPER, TERRI Area women featured in new book (picture) 10/16/80 p.57 THANE, ALEXANDER N., REV. Pastor honored 3/6/80 p.15 Recalls years at St. Anne's (picture) 4/17/80 p.19 THOMPSON, FOGGY The dancing's smooth (picture) 7/31/80 p.46 THORNLEY, WARREN Their special breed flew the "Hump" (picture) 6/26/80 p.21 THREE LADS AND A DAD Blend of family harmony in two family quartets (picture) 3/20/80 p.44 TICHENOR, ROBERT Special ed. teacher honored 7/10/80 p.94 TOMMY-TERRI SHOP Gains new owners, moves (picture) 8/28/80 p.75 TONNESEN, ELAINE Couple survives Las Vegas fire (picture) 11/27/80 p.5 TOWER LAKES, ILL. Trustee Steiner resigns 3/20/80 p.11 Budget okayed despite plea for more road funds 4/24/80 p.20 Board selects Hanson as trustee 5/29/80 p.7 On bottom of state crime list 9/11/80 p.6 To look again at BACOG 9/18/80 p.16 Tower Lakes police begin Fox River Valley Gardens patrol 11/6/80 p.16 Won't pay attorney's bill 11/20/80 p.27 TOWN SHOPPE Audrey Veath, owner 1/10/80 p.21 TRADE UNIONS Barrington Education Association asks non-strikers to donate salary 12/4/80 p.20 TRAUSCH, THOMAS Artist creates the present from the past (picture) 4/17/80 p.21 TREGO, BRUCE Board appoints Trego interim manager 3/27/80 p.22 Appointed acting village manager 3/27/80 p.22 New village manager (picture) 5/29/80 p.5 Resolving village identity crisis first step, new manager says (picture) 6/5/80 p.20 TRENDE, INC. Moves to expanded facility 12/11/80 p.120 UNEMPLOYMENT Even in affluent area 7/17/80 p.22 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE New post office key to expansion 5/29/80 p.10 Put it near me with parking, residents Bay 8/14/80 p.6 New site subject of meeting 8/14/80 p.6 Postal authorities get okay to seek new site 8/21/80 p.7 VAN HAGEN, GEORGE Retires as BYS president 5/15/80 p.18 BYS president, founder, steps down: left mark on youth 5/22/80 p.27 VARLEY, VIKI Sculptor Viki Varley molds contemporary women 2/28/80 p.10 VEATH, AUDREY Town Shoppe 1/10/80 p.21 VILLAGE C0BBLER To move to Ice House addition 4/24/80 p.72 VILLAGE PLANTERS GARDEN CLUB Village planters now in 5th year 6/26/80 p.54 VOLO BOG State agencies face off over fate of Volo Bog (picture) 6/26/80 p.12 VONDRUSKA, JAMES Quaker Oats veterinarian describes pet food research (picture) 1/24/80 p.21 WAGNER, CYRIL BACOG honors Cyril Wagner 2/7/80 p.25 Named citizen of the year posthumously (picture) 5/15/80 p.12 WANDKE, GRACE C. She took pupils from counting to computers (picture) 5/29/80 p.23 WAR GAMES (CIVILIAN) War is just a game to BHS strategists (picture) 5/22/80 p.14 WATER SUPPLY New sewage treatment plant to be completed in 1981 1/17/80 p.15 DP plan commission okays sewage proposal for Deer Park Centre 1/17/80 p.23 Plant operator shows settling effect of activated sludge(picture) 1/24/80 p.70 Problem of where to dump sludge in Barrington area 2/7/80 p.14 Water cleanup plan still in murky state 5/1/80 p.24 Lake County asked by Lake Barrington to test water 6/8/80 p.18 Crane seeks water hearings 7/10/80 p.20 Barrington gets sewer grant 8/7/80 p.20 Barrington may send to Inverness 8/7/80 p.23 Village seeking sludge use ideas 8/28/80 p.15 $1 million sewer plant contract passes board 10/30/80 p.25 State wants Sturm to check water supply 12/11/80 p.27 WELLINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Next hearing on 921-acre development January 29 1/10/80 p.15 921-acre project won't affect water table 1/31/80 p.77 WESTERN UNION Opens at Village Green Florist 11/13/80 p.91 WHITRSELL, DALE Area man big drake in Ducks Unlimited (picture) 6/5/80 p.21 WHITNEY, AL Wins Chamber of Commerce beautification award (picture) 2/28/80 p.58 WILKINSON PHARMACY Grand opening set in Barrington (picture) 5/8/80 p.96 WINSLOW, ROBERT Sculpture "Vibration 2" presented to library (picture) 1/24/80 p.69 WITZ, HARRY NB native is sound engineer for rock 'n roll groups 2/28/80 p.51 WOLDING, MARTY Santa Claus collection (picture) 12/11/80 p.76 WORK PARK Island in asphalt 5/1/80 p.11 Plot of green named for Robert and Ruth Work (pictures) 4/3/80 p.14 WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Plan unit meticulously reviewing Stone plan 2/21/80 p.6 Stone developer shops in Lake Zurich for annexation 3/13/80 p.6 NB votes to annex Stone property 3/20/80 p.13 Stone property case likely to be continued 4/3/80 p.24 Stone property hearing postponed 4/17/80 p.13 Homeowner's petition to annex to NB may close off Draper's options on Stone property (map) 5/8/80 p.5 YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN They play with dolls, grown-up style (picture) 11/20/80 p.85 YOUTH Nowhere to go in Northwest suburbs if you're under 21 4/10/80 p.63 Youth Advisory Intake Committee begins operation 11/13/80 p.46 Cussing teen learns lesson from school of hard knocks 11/20/80 p.14 ZONING County board denies request for smaller lots on Cuba Road 1/10/80 p.5 Lake County board denies rezoning request 1/10/80 p.5 Frank Suzek's request for rezoning denied 1/10/80 p.5 Board rejects variation requested by Ruth 1/24/80 p.12 Thomas Ruth to sue village after zoning variance denied 1/24/80 p.12 BH passes new zoning ordinance 3/27/80 p.12 NB planners ok zoning change 4/3/80 p.23 NB considers smaller PUDs 5/1/80 p.31 Map of downtown zoning 5/29/80 p.14 Bank rezoning request tabled 6/5/80 p.12 DP village attorney warns against spot zoning for warehouse 6/19/80 p.15 County cluster zoning proposal NB group's target 6/19/80 p.18 New 70-acre office research development proposed for SB by Stonegate Development Company 6/19/80 p.6 First National gets okay to expand parking lot (picture) 6/26/80 p.18 Gas station owner files DP zoning suit 7/24/80 p.18 SB delays rezoning of Three Lakes 8/21/80 p.95 South Barrington approves office center rezoning 8/21/80 p.99 Owner of half acre to continue suit 8/28/80 p.28 LB seeks hearing on cluster project 9/11/80 p.22 Richard Mugalian heads commission to study regional zoning 9/18/80 p.27 Regional zoning idea subject of hearings 9/18/80 p.27 BACOG calls for hearing on cluster project 10/2/80 p.24 Cluster zoning topic of hearing 10/9/80 p.101 Local officials say cluster plan for 26 acres looking better 11/6/80 p.29 County tells Le Studio it's violating zoning 12/11/80 p.6 Court tells NB to allow building on half acre 12/11/80 p.13 Le Studio faced with deadline on zoning charges 12/18/80 p.24 Le Studio still open despite zoning violations 12/25/80 p.14
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