Barrington Courier-Review Index 1988
ACCIDENTS Auto crash kills mother, injures baby 1/7/88 p.12 Man charged after struggle 1/28/88 p.17 Propane spill 2/11/88 p.5 Car crash injures two 3/24/88 p.30 One teen killed, another injured in car-train crash 3/31/88 p.5 Second teen dies after car-train crash 4/7/88 p.15 SB policeman injured on duty 4/21/88 p.24 Man injured in BH rollover 5/5/88 p.5 New trial date in fatal crash case 5/12/88 p.13 Barrington Hills man killed after commuter train strikes car 6/16/88 p.5 Crash increases attention on speed limits 7/7/88 p.90 Motorcycle chase 7/28/88 p.8 Area man dies in BH car crash 7/28/88 p.29 Collision Rte. 59 & 68 (pict.) 8/11/88 p.8 Rush hour rollover 8/25/88 p.5 Double fatality crash involved DUI 9/15/88 p.14 Tests show driver wasn't DUI 9/22/88 p.8 Homecoming queen sidelined by car crash 9/29/88 p.5 Two injured in truck crash on Lake-Cook Rd. 9/29/88 p.5 Head on crash kills woman 10/13/88 p.25 Police officer injured 11/10/88 p.15 Pedestrian killed by C&NW train 11/17/88 p.101 Two car crash in SB kills woman 11/24/88 p.8 ADAMSON, GERRY Cobblestone Furnishings 12/22/88 p.78 AEROQUIP CORP. S. Elgin buys firm 1/21/88 p.18 AIDS (DISEASE) Aids education topic for video firm 2/4/88 p.82 AIELLO, JOE Iceman cometh to sculpteth statues 2/4/88 p.29 AIRPLANES Antique the buzz-word for these flight fans 6/30/88 p.30 ALLIANCE OF BARRINGTON COMMUNITIES FOR DRUG EDUCATION Makes a difference 11/24/88 p.5 ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY Add to SB offices 3/17/88 p.21 Addition 6/16/88 p.23 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN Starts contributions to endowment fund 6/23/88 p.18 AMERICAN LEGION POST 158 O. Louis Vonau, commander Post #158 8/4/88 p.43 AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY To close hazardous waste storage facility 4/21/88 p.27 ANDERSON, JAMES S. President Welch Scientific, division of Sargent-Welch 8/25/88 p.98 ANDERSON, LAURIE Weddings 'n' More 6/16/88 p.85 ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF Duck killings reported in office park pond 6/23/88 p.28 Deer shooting likely in forest preserve 7/7/88 p.25 Overpopulation [deer] 7/28/88 p.92 ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT) LB annexes school district land 2/11/88 p.5 Judge sides with BH in disannexation suit 3/3/88 p.9 NB officials repeat Grassmere land annex 4/14/88 p.27 County steps in on court fight over NB annex 5/5/88 p.100 DP plan panel turns down annexation 6/16/88 p.21 NB seeks revisions to subdivision annex plan 7/21/88 p.14 Turn down annex [Deer Park, Ill.] 8/18/88 p.19 NB annexes property at Rtes. 22, 59 9/1/88 p.17 Shopping plan drives residents to seek annexation 9/1/88 p.16 Lose NB annex challenge 10/6/88 p.9 Appeal ruling on NB annex 11/3/88 p.24 ANNIVERSARIES 50th anniversary [C. Victor Brown] 6/9/88 p.42 Village 125th birthday plans 6/23/88 p.5 Old-timers [Barrington's 125th anniversary] (pict.) 9/1/88 p.7 125th birthday celebration preparations (pict.) 9/8/88 p.7 Recollections [Barrington's 125th anniversary] 9/15/88 p.31 Trivia Quiz [Barrington's 125th anniversary] 9/15/88 p.25 Weekend is party time for Barrington's 125th 9/15/88 p.12 Happy 125th, Barrington 9/15/88 p.5 Henry G. Sass recollects for 125th village celebration 9/15/88 p.31 Happy 125th, Barrington 9/22/88 p.30 Gilbert and Camme Lois Peterson 9/29/88 p.47 ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK) Getting more than just a facelift 12/8/88 p.25 ARMED FORCES New army recruit [Shannon Barry] likes what she sees 5/26/88 p.101 Army tradition holds for five Chesny men (pict.) 6/30/88 p.35 ARMSTRONG, ED Photographer catches famous in action 5/26/88 p.103 ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL Lines School principal [John Snow] to retire 3/24/88 p.31 Lines School bids good-bye to head of family 5/19/88 p.31 New Lines principal: Peter King 6/23/88 p.23 Peter W. King, principal 9/1/88 p.29 ARTISTS Artist [Robert Stewart] glass boxes 9/22/88 p.119 Barrington native artist [Michael Johnson] gets the big picture 11/10/88 p.31 Deborah Chabrian has painting in NY exhibit 4/7/88 p.33 Local teen's art promotes peace [Marisa Patino] 9/29/88 p.154 ATTUNES, CYNTHIA Therapy 9/15/88 p.103 AUTUMNS OF BARRINGTON IEPA approves senior hookup for Autumns 4/23/88 p.17 Senior complex annex gets tentative approval 8/16/88 p.19 AZNAVOORIAN, ANI Sisters share spotlight for musical awards 4/21/88 p.21 AZNAVOORIAN, MARTA Sisters share spotlight for musical awards 4/21/88 p.21 BABCOX, ROBERT "MICKEY" Dies at home 3/24/88 p.107 BAESEN, DIANE Cobblestone Furnishings 12/22/88 p.78 BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE Naturalists give boost to Lake's roosts 2/18/88 p.95 Round Barn 6/23/88 p.31 BANDS (MUSIC) Band excellence [Barrington High School] 5/19/88 p.34 Cary Music Mixers 12/1/88 p.105 BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL Award is established in honor of BAAC's first leader [Flo Bash] 9/15/88 p.39 BARRINGTON AREA BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN Local group caters to working women 2/11/88 p.81 BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE New officers 1/14/88 p.18 New on board (pict.) 1/28/88 p.24 BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Inverness pulls out 8/11/88 p.8 Land Bank 9/1/88 p.5 Land Bank 12/1/88 p.16 BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING Senior group director learning way around 7/14/88 p.18 BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY Fundraiser $73,000 3/3/88 p.16 BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY Library gets $26,000 grant 1/14/88 p.17 Annual budget 7/21/88 p.102 Fine finale (pict.) 8/4/88 p.20 Hands for tales (pict.) 8/11/88 p.21 Annual report 9/15/88 p.121 Area library patrons checking out elsewhere 10/6/88 p.28 Barrington Area Library to add 72 parking spaces 11/24/88 p.8 Friends elect officers 12/8/88 p.47 BARRINGTON BLOOMERS Garden Club keeps Barrington in bloom 5/12/88 p.29 BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB) A good year (cover pict.) 6/16/88 p.9 Title V Broncos romp to another Legion state crown 8/11/88 p.127 Whatever the route Broncos are champs 8/11/88 p.127 BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND Plan to restore rare natural area set for public hearing next week 1/26/88 p.13 BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220 Abate taxes for '87 1/21/88 p.25 Sale of school properties 1/21/88 p.12 LB turns down school land plan 2/4/88 p.5 LB annexes school district land 2/11/88 p.5 Tax referendum 2/18/88 p.8 Tax hike forces line up for ballot battle 3/3/88 p.5 Developer caucus at school office draws fire 3/10/88 p.5 School tax hike tops local election ballot 3/10/88 p.8 School tax rate increase narrowly defeated 3/17/88 p.5 Pink slips 3/24/88 p.8 Referendum loss 3/24/88 p.5 "Nomad" teachers face uncertainty 4/7/88 p.8 Numbers still flying on school finance issue 4/7/88 p.8 School unions fight firings of district staff 4/14/88 p.11 School revenue growth bigger than expected 4/21/88 p.5 Hire back staff 4/21/88 p.5 School revenue picture continues to improve 4/28/88 p.8 School board appoints former president Mountsur 5/5/88 p.5 Study new method for revenue forecast 5/5/88 p.17 Schools hire back more teachers 5/26/88 p.15 Clark resignation 6/30/88 p.5 School chief should resign, group says 7/14/88 p.9 School officials adopt $34 million budget 7/21/88 p.8 Enrollment 9/15/88 p.17 Taxpayer group hits salary hikes 9/22/88 p.5 Administrator to get 5.5% raise 9/29/88 p.15 $4.5 million deficit 10/20/88 p.9 Report card 10/20/88 p.8 2nd Middle School 11/17/88 p.9 Schools ask more taxes 12/15/88 p.5 School officials ask 16% more property tax 12/22/88 p.14 BARRINGTON FITNESS CLUB Ray and Steve Petersen, owners 5/26/88 p.77 BARRINGTON FLOWER SHOP Glen Egeland, owner 8/18/88 p.81 BARRINGTON GUITAR WERKS Company pulls strings 10/20/88 p.81 BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL State, local educators dismiss "ideal" program 1/17/88 p.14 BHS retiring secretary [Polly Veath] 2/25/88 p.33 Course puts students in shoes of artists 2/18/88 p.39 Band excellence 5/19/88 p.34 Class of '88 6/2/88 p.30 High School honors distinguished grad [Claire Bataille] 6/9/88 p.14 Senior class heads classy baseball team 6/23/88 p.117 Attendance part of students transcripts 9/8/88 p.8 Homecoming (cover pict.) 9/28/88 p.31 More grads going on to college 10/13/88 p.22 New theater director, John Faust 11/10/88 p.31 Coach charged with battery 11/10/88 p.8 Absences 12/8/88 p.8 BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL. Judge sides with BH in disannexation suit 3/3/88 p.9 Barrington Hills begins hearings to close roads 7/21/88 p.9 Road closing 7/28/88 p.5 Take aim on ban on hunting 8/4/88 p.17 Spur road closings 8/18/88 p.15 Close Healy, Spring Creek 8/25/88 p.16 Closing of 3rd road 9/1/88 p.9 Algonquin goes to court to keep road open 9/8/88 p.5 Road closings 9/15/88 p.20 Fox River Grove waits to see road plan 9/22/88 p.9 Spring Creek Road to re-open 9/22/88 p.9 Officials delay road close decision 9/29/88 p.5 Emergency trip slowed by roadblock 10/6/88 p.8 Barricade lifted for new traffic study 10/27/88 p.9 BH sets April vote 12/22/88 p.9 BARRINGTON, ILL. Repair, redevelopment top list of '88 concerns 1/14/88 p.8 Officials give curbside recycling green light 1/28/88 p.5 Trega fired 2/18/88 p.5 Main street sidewalks 3/17/88 p.15 Rates for water sewer won't rise next year 3/24/88 p.13 Plan allows raises of 6.75% 4/7/88 p.9 Business facing year of uncertainty downtown 4/14/88 p.7 $12.3 million budget 5/5/88 p.14 Water project overrun 5/19/88 p.8 Downtown coalition called for 5/26/88 p.9 New plan stresses village center, low density 6/2/88 p.5 Parking 6/2/88 p.9 Committee to study downtown revitalization 6/9/88 p.5 Scale of Main St. improvement still at issue 6/16/88 p.5 New downtown park could be expanded 6/16/88 p.15 Living legacy planted downtown 6/16/88 p.23 Village 125th birthday plans 6/23/88 p.5 Search for manager 6/30/88 p.5 Adds money for downtown park 7/7/88 p.8 Officials may require appearance review 7/14/88 p.8 Taxes 7/28/88 p.5 Panel eyes restrictions on downtown offices 8/4/88 p.5 Tax rate 8/4/88 p.8 Barrington's 125th birthday party 8/18/88 p.18 Commuter lot may be site of shopping center 8/18/88 p.8 Annual Treasurer's report 8/18/88 p.112 Groups unhappy over park donation request 8/18/88 p.5 Old-timers [Barrington's 125th anniversary] (pict.) 9/1/88 p.7 125th birthday celebration preparations (pict.) 9/8/88 p.7 Commuter lot shopping plan 9/15/88 p.5 Recollections [Barrington's 125th anniversary] 9/15/88 p.31 Trivia Quiz [Barrington's 125th anniversary] 9/15/88 p.25 Weekend is party time for Barrington's 125th 9/15/88 p.12 Happy 125th, Barrington 9/15/88 p.5 Henry G. Sass recollects for 125th village celebration 9/15/88 p.31 Happy 125th, Barrington 9/22/88 p.30 New downtown plan would cost $28.5 million 10/6/88 p.5 Village manager, F. Edward Glatfelter 10/13/88 p.8 Bush, Forsberg seek presidency 12/1/88 p.5 Business facade facelifts 12/1/88 p.22 Redevelopment: homeowners to battle plan 12/8/88 p.5 Race for village president 12/8/88 p.28 Move ahead on redevelopment plan 12/15/88 p.5 New manager [F. Edward Glatfelter] 12/29/88 p.30 BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS Science fiction author [Gene Wolfe] leaves labels to publisher 4/14/88 p.129 Sollace Hotze 10/27/88 p.17 BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY A look back at '88 12/29/88 p.5 BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Study upgrade 1/21/88 p.8 Expansion 11/10/88 p.8 Space 12/1/88 p.12 BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT Defer decisions on moving Carl Ave. housing 2/11/88 p.16 Residents ask parks to drop mini-golf plans 2/11/88 p.9 Sells vacant property 2/25/88 p.15 Park rejects plans for playing fields at new park 3/10/88 p.29 Revised plans for park get village approval 4/14/88 p.24 Increase in park spending 4/21/88 p.19 Park officials want to tear down houses 5/12/88 p.12 Board votes to demolish two houses 6/16/88 p.16 Budget 6/16/88 p.16 Cash receipts and disbursements 8/4/88 p.116 Official's use of tent raises board flap 8/25/88 p.8 Wilmering scout cabin 10/13/88 p.15 Doesn't have cost estimates for golf course plan 10/13/88 p.14 Barrington park officials agree to improve lake in Columbus Park 10/27/88 p.16 BARRINGTON PARTY PARADE Judy Janney, owner 7/21/88 p.73 BARRINGTON PLAZA Barrington Plaza opens 10/6/88 p.93 BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB Business on tap at breakfast meetings 1/28/88 p.75 BARRINGTON TENNIS CLUB New name, new image for Barrington Club 10/20/88 p.82 BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB Diamond Jubilee plans for spring 10/6/88 p.45 BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICE Bennett makes BYS a community player 7/14/88 p.14 New director 7/28/88 p.16 New executive director 9/1/88 p.18 BARRY, SHANNON New Army recruit likes what she sees 5/26/88 p.101 BASH, FLO Award is established in honor of BAAC's first leader 9/15/88 p.39 BATAILLE, CLAIRE High school honors distinguished grad 6/9/88 p.14 Not kidding around 8/25/88 p.B45 BAUMAN, NAN Olympics special to competitor from 1932 9/8/88 p.31 BEATRICE FOODS Land buyer plans office building 1/21/88 p.5 BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD Renovating 12/1/88 p.109 BIRTHS, REGISTERED Births 1980-87 at Good Shepherd 7/7/88 p.9 BISHOP, WILLIAM Swimming gives banker the competitive edge 7/14/88 p.31 BLOMSNESS, JEFFREY A. One man's job is another man's carnival 9/29/88 p.150 BOB & BETTY SHOP Condemnation settlement is too low: owner 4/28/88 p.16 BOKOR, RICHARD Fremd history teacher chosen for Signal Hill DAR award 1/7/88 p.36 BOWEN, BILL Simply Great Yogurt, Etc. 7/21/88 p.75 BOWEN, MARY LOU Simply Great Yogurt, Etc. 7/21/88 p.75 BRAN NUTS Opens at Barrington Plaza 10/6/88 p.93 BRANDT, RONALD Principal gets award from accredit group 3/17/88 p.23 BRONTON, ELSA Surprise birthday 1/28/88 p.29 BROOKS, ALLEN Kookers 9/29/88 p.125 BROWN, C. VICTOR 50th anniversary 6/9/88 p.42 BROWN, SJOUKE Female hockey referee sticks with the game 2/11/88 p.29 BURHOP'S SEAFOOD Opens at Barrington Plaza 10/6/88 p.93 BUSH, ANNA M. Bush, Forsberg seek Barrington presidency 12/1/88 p.5 BUSINESS ENTERPRISES Towne Shoppe 1/7/88 p.59 Initial Impressions 1/21/88 p.63 Sir Speedy Printing Center 1/21/88 p.63 Redcoats Return; Derek Ives, owner 2/18/88 p.73 Classic Creations 2/25/88 p.79 Barrington Pet Supply 2/25/88 p.79 Interiors On Main 3/10/88 p.85 Custom Hardwood Interiors; Bruce and Craig Helgeland, owners 4/7/88 p.75 Ceramics Works 4/7/88 p.75 Homeworks 4/14/88 p.89 T. Williams and Sons 4/21/88 p.73 Knutson Kitchen 4/21/88 p.73 Wenzel's Jewelers 5/5/88 p.89 Fabric store [Finn's Fabrics] features art you can wear 5/12/88 p.73 Cameo Electrolysis; Cheryl Gibisch, owner 5/19/88 p.79 Stepford Wives; Josh Steiner and Ervin Geisler, owners 5/19/88 p.7 Barrington Fitness Club; Ray and Steve Petersen, owners 5/26/88 p.77 Professional Franchise Consultants Inc.; Gerald Shadlen, owner 6/2/88 p.77 Pak Mail, Gary Morton, owner 6/9/88 p.81 Wax Works 6/9/88 p.81 L & W Lamps; Jeff Woodall, owner 6/16/88 p.85 Weddings 'N More; Laurie Anderson, owner 6/16/88 p.85 Kearney Executive Search; Charles Sweet, president 6/23/88 p.81 Interiors by Bruce; Bruce Waterman, owner 6/23/88 p.77 Cook Street Design Co.; Sharon Erder-Orlex, owner 7/14/88 p.B29 Barrington Party Parade; Judy Janney, owner 7/21/88 p.73 Henri Studio; Mario & Dennis Prosperi, owners 7/21/88 p.91 Simply Great Yogurt, Etc.; Mary Lou and Bill Bovien, owners 7/21/88 p.75 Tannis; Carla and Tannis McLean, owners 7/28/88 p.75 Voluptuous Lady; Patricia and Mike Ferrell, owners 7/28/88 p.75 The Market Place 8/4/88 p.77 The Market Place 8/11/88 p.87 Little Caesar's Pizza 8/11/88 p.87 Barrington Flower Shop; Glen Egeland, owner 8/18/88 p.81 Lake Forest Sport Shop moves 8/18/88 p.81 Collectors Frame Service; Kathryn Cardelli, owner 8/25/88 p.95 Fine Arts Gallery; Susan Larson, owner 8/25/88 p.95 Computer Showroom; John and Bonnie Scheele, owner 9/1/88 p.73 Campion Craftsman Builders Inc.; Jim Campion, owner 9/1/88 p.71 Help U Sell; Barbara & Alan Terrel, owners 9/1/88 p.71 Tepper Portrait and Corporate Photography; Terri Tepper, owner 9/15/88 p.81 David W. Banker Inc. & Assoc.; Michael G. Tincher, owner 9/22/88 p.88 Kookers; Allen Brooks, owner 9/29/88 p.125 Old State Bank Bar and Grill; Catherine and David Koelling, owners 9/29/88 p.125 Schultz Brothers to close facilities in Lake Zurich 9/28/88 p.132 Studio in the Woods; Tom Hilligoss, owner 10/13/88 p.29 Big plans for computer business (Intelligent Business Systems] 10/20/88 p.86 Galerie; Nancy Hardin & Joan Simmons, owners 11/17/88 p.81 Cobblestone Furnishings; Gerry Adamson and Diane Baesen, owners 12/22/88 p.71 CABLE TELEVISION Proposals multiply in area 8/4/88 p.18 CAMEO ELECTROLYSIS Cameo Electrolysis; Cheryl Gibisch, owner 5/19/88 p.79 CAMPION CRAFTSMAN BUILDERS, INC. Jim Campion, owner 9/1/88 p.71 CAMPION, JIM Developer finds niche in luxury "spec" homes 9/1/88 p.71 CAPELLANI, DON Area hairdresser whittles away his spare time 11/10/88 p.112 CARDELLI, KATHRYN Collectors Frame Service 8/25/88 p.95 CARPENTER, DAVID Up With People 7/7/88 p.38 CARY MUSIC MIXERS Strike up the band 12/1/88 p.105 CATLOW THEATRE Plans to purchase historic Catlow Theatre 3/3/88 p.13 Local investors complete buyout of Catlow 6/2/88 p.20 New owners 9/8/88 p.79 CERAMICS WORKS Ceramics Works 4/7/88 p.75 CHABRIAN, DEBORAH Has painting in New York exhibit 4/7/88 p.33 CHARLOTTE'S PIZZA Restaurant caught in traffic web 2/4/88 p.13 CHESNY FAMILY Army tradition holds for five Chesny men 6/30/88 p.35 CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD Strike may strand C&NW commuters 4/14/88 p.37 Presidential action breaks commuter fears 4/21/88 p.9 Delay rail strike 60 days 4/21/88 p.14 Strike unlikely to be averted 7/14/88 p.19 Bill too late 7/28/88 p.18 Rail commuters urged to find alternate routes 7/28/88 p.9 Leaders pursue efforts to derail C&NW strike 8/4/88 p.9 Strike? 9/8/88 p.8 A.M. quiet 11/3/88 p.11 CHICAGO CUBS (BASEBALL CLUB) Light up sky, but can't stop rain 8/11/88 p.129 CLASSIC CREATIONS Classic Creations 2/25/88 p.79 COBBLESTONE FURNISHINGS Gerry Adamson and Diane Baesen, owners 12/22/88 p.78 COFFIN, ROBERT PARKER Architecture, Indians intersect in history 11/3/88 p.122 COLDEWEY, LOIS Parish nurse helps tend physical, spiritual needs 8/12/88 p.23 COLLECTORS FRAME SERVICE Kathryn Cardelli, owner 8/25/88 p.95 COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER (STATUE) New location for statue 3/10/88 p.43 COLUMBUS PARK Barrington park officials agree to improve lake in Columbus Park 10/27/88 p.16 COMMONWEALTH EDISON Post warnings at contamination site 8/18/88 p.102 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Business facing year of uncertainty downtown 4/14/88 p.7 New plan stresses village center, low density 6/2/88 p.5 Committee to study downtown revitalization 6/9/88 p.5 Scale of Main Street improvement still at issue 6/16/88 p.5 New downtown park could be expanded 6/16/88 p.15 Officials may require appearance review 7/14/88 p.8 Panel eyes restrictions on downtown offices 8/4/88 p.5 Commuter lot shopping plan 9/15/88 p.5 New downtown plan would cost $28.5 million 10/6/88 p.5 Main St. Center costs 11/17/88 p.5 Redevelopment: Homeowners to battle plan 12/8/88 p.5 Move ahead on redevelopment plan 12/15/88 p.5 BH sets April vote 12/22/88 p.9 COMPOST Neighbors question composting location 5/12/88 p.5 Officials pressured into moving composite site 5/26/88 p.5 Compost site located as recycling begins 6/9/88 p.8 COMPUTER SHOWROOM John and Bonnie Scheele, owners 9/1/88 p.73 CONFERENCE PLUS INC. Gary F. Seamans, chairman 11/17/88 p.81 CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES Trees lovelier than poems grow in countryside 4/28/88 p.93 COOK STREET DESIGN CO. Sharon Erder-Orlex, owner 7/14/88 p.29 CORPORATE LAKES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) SB unanimously backs Union Pacific plans 5/19/88 p.5 COSTUME Shop finds dress-up suitable year around 8/18/88 p.105 CRABTREE NATURE PRESERVE Rare disease found in rodents at Crabtree 9/1/88 p.11 CRETIER, BERNARD Years of practice make chef master 91/88 p.89 CRIME AND CRIMINALS Teen [Marc McLean] faces homicide charge in DUI crash 1/28/88 p.12 Local man [Robert W. Rabusk] indicted for tax evasion 3/31/88 p.14 Victor Wojtas indicted again in car accident scheme 4/14/88 p.29 Four youths face charges in area thefts, burglaries 4/14/88 p.102 Barrington area mien indicted in tax scheme 4/21/88 p.20 Wave of shoplifting prompts foot patrol 5/5/88 p.12 Barrington area couple faces weapons charges 5/5/88 p.8 Couple pleads not guilty to drug charges 5/12/88 p.9 Authorities move to seize NB property 5/12.1/88 p.5 Man charged in series of sexual assaults 5/26/88 p.20 Police seek info on wave of mailbox bashing 6/9/88 p.122 Car thieves elude police in BH countryside 6/16/88 p.5 Two robbers bag $300 from area gas stations 7/21/88 p.19 Local doctor [Hans Dolz] on probation 7/21/88 p.20 Home invasions [Inverness] 8/4/88 p.8 "Stranger danger" convictions void 8/11/88 p.5 Area woman pleads guilty to drug charges 8/16/88 p.16 Woman's body discovered in forest preserve 8/18/88 p.9 Murders hit too close to home for neighbors 8/4/88 p.100 Man arrested after standoff with police 8/25/88 p.21 Doctor [Lee Robin] might have been insane 8/25/88 p.121 Big drug bust nets $500,000 in cocaine 9/8/88 p.29 Suspects apprehended in gas station murder 9/8/88 p.106 Third suspect charged in gas station murder 9/15/88 p.109 Man sentenced for cocaine sales 9/29/88 p.25 Man pleads guilty to drug weapon charges 10/6/88 p.23 Forest Preserve police seeking help in identifying girl's body 10/27/88 p.18 Motor Werks of Barrington 11/3/88 p.25 Chicago man sentenced to die in killing of two 11/10/88 p.30 Inverness man indicted on bank fraud [Robert Vincent Slater] 11/17/88 p.81 Barrington man faces charges after chase 12/1/88 p.26 Burglars strike seven businesses 12/22/88 p.23 Son, 15, sought in shotgun murder of father 12/22/88 p.5 Second teen charged in LB shotgun slaying 12/29/88 p.5 CRIMINAL STATISTICS '87 statistics 2/18/88 p.9 CUBA MARSH (WETLANDS) Forest Preserve eyes more DP marsh area 3/24/88 p.19 Forest board buys marsh area 5/26/88 p.24 Added to state's protected lands 10/61/88 p.22 Condemnation hearing begins 12/8/88 p.21 Forest preserve wins judgment 12/15/88 p.9 CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Propose tax for social services 2/18/88 p.13 Moving ahead with open space vote 10/6/88 p.9 Tax 11/10/88 p.120 Cuba Township postpones April Vote (maps) 11/17/88 p.9 Open space 12/1/88 p.15 Assessments increase by 14% 12/15/88 p.8 Cuba Township 1988 Quadrennial Assessment Roll 12/15/88 special section CUSTOM HARDWOOD INTERIORS Bruce and Craig Helgeland, owners 4/7/88 p.75 CUTS BY CARRIE Open at Barrington Plaza; Carrie Olson, owner 10/6/88 p.93 CZECH, ERIC Teen [Marc McLean] faces homicide charge in DUI crash 1/28/88 p.12 DANNA, JOAN Pet wood 8/16/88 p.18 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Fremd history teacher [Richard Bokor] chosen for Signal Hill award 1/7/88 p.36 DAVID, IRENE CLARK Local attorney gets into swim of things 11/10/88 p.54 DAVID W. BUNKER INC. & ASSOCIATES Michael O. Tincher, president 9/22/88 p.88 DAY CARE CENTERS Special Report: Day Care Dilemma 9/22/88 p.14 Special Report: Day Care Dilemma 9/29/88 p.16 Special Report: Day Care Dilemma 10/6/88 p.16 DEER Deer shooting likely in forest preserve 7/7/88 p.25 Overpopulation 7/28/88 p.92 DEER PARK, ILL. Gets plans for golf driving range 1/21/88 p.19 Road improvement Lake-Cook, Quentin intersection 1/21/88 p.19 Chapel Hill North 2/18/88 p.14 DP plan panel turns down annexation 6/16/88 p.21 Pond contaminated near pest truck fire 6/16/88 p.8 Turn down annex 8/18/88 p.19 DOLZI HANS Local doctor on probation 7/21/88 p.20 DROUGHTS Barrington escaping drought's worst effects 6/16/88 p.12 Area affected 8/18/88 p.28 DRUG ABUSE New laws crack down on DUI's, drug dealers 1/7/88 p.27 Parents ask police to investigate drug allegations at high school 3/3/88 p.16 DRUNK DRIVING New laws crack down on DUI's, drug dealers 1/7/88 p.27 State's attorney's [Lake County] race stirs debate on DUI 10/27/88 p.19 DUCHOSSOIS, RICHARD To be honored by racing writers 11/10/88 p.94 EASTERN AVENUE Eastern Avenue renamed to honor retiring principal [John Snow] at Lines School 5/12/88 p.8 Street name changed after residents objected 10/27/88 p.12 EASTWOOD (LAND SUBDIVSION) Developer sues Barrington over change in emergency access Road 1/28/88 p.8 Access road suit could be settled 3/3/88 p.13 EGELAND, GLEN Barrington Flower Shop 8/18/88 p.81 ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Tax levy rises to cover services 8/18/88 p.23 ERDER-ORLEY, SHARON Cook Street Design Co. 7/14/88 p.29 ESTRADA, DEBORAH SOTO Collector of models isn't horsing around 1/14/88 p.74 ELECTIONS GOP cleans up in area in Tuesday elections 11/10/88 p.5 FALVO, ANTHONY J. President & CEO of U.S. Gypsum Co. 6/16/88 p.85 FANTL, E. ALBERT Museum exhibit builder 7/7/88 p.29 FAUST, JOHN New theater director [Barrington High School] 11/10/88 p.31 FERRAR0, RON Mask man 10/27/88 p.116 FERRELL, MIKE Voluptuous Lady 7/28/88 p.75 FERRELL, PATRICIA Voluptuous Lady 7/28/88 p.75 FEWELL, TRACI Skater heads for happy landing 1/14/88 p.31 FILA, EDWARD J. Leaves school board 4/21/88 p.17 FINANCIAL CONCEPTS LTD. State officials halt activity of local firm 3/17/88 p.17 Sues state 3/24/88 p.15 Court upholds State ban on sales 3/31/88 p.13 Two local investors sue 4/28/88 p.12 Suit near settlement 7/28/88 p.16 Bleak picture for investors 9/8/88 p.28 Victims await word 12/15/88 p.20 FINE ARTS GALLERY Susan Larson, owner 8/25/88 p.95 FINN'S FABRICS Fabric store features art you can wear 5/12/88 p.73 FIRES Fire damages firm in BH industrial park 1/21/88 p.5 Fire departments battle Rand Rd. fire 2/11/88 p.24 Camp Reinberg 3/10/88 p.5 Truck carrying pesticides burns in Deer Park 6/9/88 p.5 Recovery begins after devastating stable fire 7/28/88 p.95 Smoke detector saves family 9/15/88 p.14 NW Highway trash fire 10/6/88 p.5 Fire in industrial park destroys 3 buildings (cover pict.) 10/27/88 p.5 Smoking blamed for industrial park fire 11/3/88 p.14 Deer Park fire $150,000 loss 11/17/88 p.16 Minor damage 12/15/88 p.5 FOREMAN, FRED State's attorney's race stirs debate on DUI 10/27/88 p.19 FORSBERG, THEODORE J. Bush, Forsberg seek Barrington presidency 12/1/88 p.5 FOUNDRY (SHOPPING CENTER) Barrington gets plans for shopping center 3/10/88 p.5 New shopping center wins plan panel okay 4/14/88 p.26 Town against plans for development 4/14/88 p.11 Residents oppose shopping center 4/28/88 p.5 New shopping center okayed 5/12/88 p.5 Plans changed for Northwest Highway shopping center 5/26/88 p.14 FOX RIVER Water samples 8/18/88 p.26 Fox River samples show improved quality 8/25/88 p.25 FRUZYAN, GEORGE Dance to Hawaiian music 2/4/88 p.73 FRUZYAN, KEOLANI Dance to Hawaiian music 2/4/88 p.73 GATEWAY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Barrington's lawyer ruled out of Gateway suit 1/7/88 p.5 Barrington attorney back in Gateway suit 1/28/88 p.8 Residents join in lawsuit 2/18/88 p.5 Court date is pushed back for Gateway suit 6/9/88 p.12 Trial to start in October 8/25/88 p.18 Barrington gets early break in case 10/13/88 p.5 Officials role in Gateway disputed 10/20/88 p.5 First week's testimony 10/20/88 p.5 Would bring $1 million: developer 12/1/88 p.5 Developer's testimony ruled out 12/8/88 p.17 Developer concludes testimony 12/15/88 p.20 Barrington gets turn 12/22/88 p.8 GEISLER, ERVIN Stepford Wives 5/19/88 p.79 GEORGE, BILL Area couple just loves to clown around 11/24/88 p.109 GEORGE, PAULA Area couple just loves to clown around 11/24/88 p.109 GISISCH, CHERYL Cameo Electrolysis 5/19/88 p.79 GLATFELTER, F. EDWARD Village manager 10/13/88 p.8 New manager 12/29/88 p.30 GLENMOOR (LAND SUBDIVISION) End of suit 3/3/88 p.9 GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL Births 1980-87 at Good Shepherd 7/7/88 p.9 Pink Pig 8/11/88 p.14 Trauma Center 9/8/88 p.17 GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES Officials' attendance records (percentages, graphs) 2/11/88 p.12 GRASSMERE FARM NB officials repeat Grassmere land annex 4/14/88 p.27 County steps in on court fight over NB annex 5/5/88 p.100 Lose NB annex challenge 10/6/88 p.9 Appeal ruling on NB annex 11/3/88 p.24 GRAVER, DICK Broker's stock rises with presidential visit 11/24/88 p.112 GRIGSBY PRAIRIE Illinois prairie 9/22/88 p.115 HALLBERG, GARY Tries to recapture winning touch 7/7/88 p.104 HARDIN, NANCY Galerie 11/17/88 p.81 HARDT, THOMAS G. Area man dies in BH car crash 7/28/88 p.29 HARPER COLLEGE Harper to hire architect for building study 1/28/88 p.20 McGrath bids farewell 2/4/88 p.17 Picks president, Paul N. Thompson 4/21/88 p.89 Tentative teacher pact 9/22/88 p.26 Board considers 14% hike in '88 property levy 10/20/88 p.25 Chairman steps down 12/1/88 p.25 HAVERTON ON BARRINGTON POND (LAND SUBDIVISION) NB seeks revisions to subdivision annex plan 7/21/88 p.14 Panel approves new NB subdivision 7/28/88 p.17 HAWTHORNE HILLS RIDING STABLE Recovery begins after devastating stable fire 7/28/88 p.95 Continues recovery 8/4/88 p.98 HELGELAND, BRUCE Custom Hardwood Interiors 4/7/88 p.75 HELGELAND, CRAIG Custom Hardwood Interiors 4/7/88 p.75 HELP U SELL Barbara and Alan Terrell, owners 9/1/88 p.71 HILLIGOSS, TOM Studio in the Woods 10/13/88 p.29 HISTORIC BUILDINGS Week spotlights trove of local historic homes 5/5/88 p.23 HOLVECK, DENNIS High court to get "Stranger Danger" case 11/24/88 p.8 HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH Father Med leads from cafeteria to Church 4/7/88 p.95 Bernardin to dedicate Holy Family Church 9/29/88 p.151 HOMELESS PERSONS Wauconda shelter for homeless 2/4/88 p.80 HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZED TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT LB officials drop appeal; HOPE to head to Supreme Court 4/21/88 p.21 HOMEWORKS Homeworks 4/14/88 p.89 HORSES Breed, don't board is course for horse in BH 1/28/88 p.14 Winter Meadow Farm; 1st class stable 2/4/88 p.65 Nay to boarding of horses [Barrington Hills] 3/31/88 p.16 Art Thompson 7/7/88 p.14 HOSPICES (TERMINAL CARE) Services 11/10/88 p.14 Support group for the bereaved 4/21/88 p.29 HOTZE, SOLLACE Young adults can find sol(l)ace in new book 10/27/88 p.17 HOUSING Panel wants multi-family housing in Barrington 2/4/88 p.8 Defer decisions on moving Carl Ave. housing 2/11/88 p.16 Park officials want to tear down houses 5/12/88 p.12 Board votes to demolish two houses 6/16/88 p.16 Moderate income housing issue again debated 10/27/88 p.16 HUNSANGER, JEROME CEO at Ambassador 5/5/88 p.98 HUNTING Take aim on ban on hunting (Barrington Hills] 8/4/88 p.17 Shoot down hunting [Barrington Hills] 8/25/88 p.16 ILLINOIS CATHOLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION Robert J. Mohalski, president 5/12/88 p.74 INITIAL IMPRESSIONS Initial Impressions 11/21/88 p.63 INTELLIGENT BUSINESS SYSTEMS Big plans for computer business 10/20/88 p.86 INTERIORS BY BRUCE Bruce Waterman, owner 6/23/88 p.77 INTERIORS ON MAIN Interiors on Main 3/10/88 p.85 INVERNESS MALL Inverness Mall plan questioned, criticized 4/21/88 p.8 BACOG stays neutral about Inverness Mall, Inverness Commons 4/28/88 p.5 Developer drops theatres from Inverness Mall 6/9/88 p.9 Angry residents don't understand 6/23/88 p.12 Inverness plan panel rejects proposed mall 7/21/88 p.5 Shopping center scaled down 9/22/88 p.5 Shopping center plan put on hold until next year 10/27/88 p.18 Referendum proposed 12/15/88 p.22 IVERSON, RON Local resident honored for gift of garden 3/17/88 p.24 Grower of perennials sees them as favorites 4/21/88 p.90 IVES, DEREK Redcoats Return 2/18/88 p.73 JANNEY, JUDY Barrington Party Parade 7/21/88 p.73 JEPSON, ROBERT S., JR. Jepson acts as steward in corporate vineyard 7/21/88 p.31 JEWEL FOOD STORES Site expansion might keep Jewel 7/7/88 p.5 Not reconsidering plans 7/14/88 p.5 Plan shows new supermarket can fit downtown 7/21/88 p.5 Hub committee hints new use for Jewel site 10/13/88 p.5 JOHNSON, MICHAEL Barrington native artist gets the big picture 11/10/88 p.81 JOHN SNOW AVENUE Eastern Avenue renamed to honor retiring principal at Lines School 5/12/88 p.8 Street name changed after residents objected 10/27/88 p.12 KARMELL FAMILY Family finds 911 really is life-saver 1/21/88 p.16 KAY, RANCE Takes brass to make these instruments well 12/8/88 p.31 KEARNEY EXECUTIVE SEARCH Charles Sweet, president 6/23/88 p.81 KENNEDY'S PUB Liquor sales banned for two weeks at bar 5/12/88 p.8 KERNS, LAWRENCE Wins award for research paper on suicide 4/28/88 p.80 KINCAID HOUSE True Colors (pict.) 7/14/88 p.17 KING, PETER W. New Lines School principal 6/23/88 p.23 Peter W. King, principal [Lines School] 9/1/88 p.29 KISHWAUKEE FEN (NATURE CENTER) Developer saves fen as nature preserve 7/14/88 p.104 KLEIN, DAVID Former teacher finds niche in stock market 2/4/88 p.83 KLEPPER, ROY Announces retirement 6/9/88 p.14 Mr. Barrington ready to step down at bank 12/15/88 p.31 KLUSACEK, JOE Retirement brings on changing of the guard 3/3/88 p.89 KNUTSON KITCHEN Knutson Kitchen 4/21/88 p.73 KOELLING, CATHERINE Old State Bank Bar & Grill 9/29/88 p.125 KOELLING, DAVID Old State Bank Bar & Grill 9/29/88 p.125 KOOKERS Allen Brooks, owner 9/29/88 p.125 L& W LAMPS Jeff Woodall, owner 6/16/88 p.85 LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL. Trustees set to review land use plan for LB 1/14/88 p.13 LB annexes school district land 2/11/88 p.5 O.K. plans for school district land 2/18/88 p.13 Land use 2/25/88 p.8 Cash balances, receipts and disbursements for fiscal year 8/11/88 p.125 Files lawsuit over nearby commercial development 8/18/88 p.18 LAKE BARRINGTON CONFERENCE CENTER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Brokers seek LB site for conference center 6/23/88 p.14 LAKE FOREST SPORT SHOP Lake Forest Sport Shop moves 8/18/88 p.81 Gala grand opening marks shop's move 8/18/88 p.81 LAND BANKS Area leaders to discuss open space and land bank 1/21/88 p.21 Land bank 1/28/88 p.5 Land bank, open lands, open space 7/28/88 p.13 BACOG 9/1/88 p.5 Land bank 9/1/88 p.5 Won't fly: Rep. Peterson 9/15/88 p.8 LAND DEVELOPMENT Judge upholds rejection of office building plans 1/14/88 p.11 Area leaders to discuss open space and land bank 1/21/88 p.21 Land bank 1/28/88 p.5 Office plan raises safety questions 2/11/88 p.9 Court the last battlefield in development wars 2/25/88 p.13 LB trustees adopt new land use plan 3/10/88 p.14 Shopping center plans draw fire 3/31/88 p.5 LB trustees worried about planned industrial park 4/7/88 p.14 Sheehan subdivision proposal raising eyebrows in Barrington 4/7/88 p.13 Hoffman Estates objects to SB development 4/14/88 p.7 Town against plans for development [Foundry] 4/14/88 p.11 Revised land plan 4/21/88 p.13 Business park proposed for Rand Road land 4/21/88 p.18 SB panel split on office plan 5/5/88 p.5 Neighbors question composting location 5/12/88 p.5 Tighter control sought over wetlands project 5/19/88 p.9 Open land-tax base 5/26/88 p.8 Residents say new plan is pro-development 5/26/88 p.5 Open space 6/2/88 p.8 Village opposed to plan for shopping near Thunderbird 6/23/88 p.12 Seeks new subdivision 7/7/88 p.8 State restricts powers of open space districts 7/7/88 p.28 West Brookside Ridge 7/14/88 p.12 County moves to stop savanna destruction 7/14/88 p.96 Land bank, open lands, open space 7/28/88 p.13 Shoppers developer to float new center plan 8/11/88 p.5 Commuter lot may be site of shopping center 8/18/88 p.8 Construction proceeding at shopping center 8/18/88 p.25 Shopping strip proposed near S. Barrington 8/24/88 p.21 Forest board hears suggestions 9/22/88 p.27 Officials expect packed hearing on open space 10/20/88 p.14 Moderate income housing issue again 10/27/88 p.16 LANDWER, IDA Recollections for Barrington's 125th Anniversary 9/15/88 p.31 LARRY FAUL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, INC. Moves 9/15/88 p.14 LARSON, SUSAN Fine Arts Gallery 8/25/88 p.95 LAST NATIONAL BANK (RESTAURANT) David L. Barklow, owner 1/7/88 p.75 Building to get a restaurant 3/10/88 p.28 Metamorphasis: Old State Bank Bar & Grill 9/15/88 p.21 LAZ, MEDARD, REV. Father Med leads from cafeteria to church 4/7/88 p.95 LEGER, PETER M. President, Rich, Inc. 10/13/88 p.94 LITTLE CAESAR'S PIZZA Little Caesar's Pizza 8/11/88 p.87 LONG, ROBERT State's attorney's race stirs debate on DUI 10/27/88 p.19 LUCASO, KATIE Work, not play 9/8/88 p.99 LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT New associate pastor; Randy Thompson 10/13/88 p.43 MAIN STREET Plan goes thumbs down 6/30/88 p.14 Costs 11/17/88 p.5 MANGEL, HEIDI Antique dealer collects "true blue" treasures 6/9/88 p.104 MARKET PLACE (SHOPPING CENTER) 2 leases signed 1/21/88 p.64 Sign 3 tenants 4/21/88 p.80 Opens at Lake Barrington Shores 7/28/88 p.75 Market Place 8/4/88 p.77 Market Place 8/11/88 p.87 MARSHALL, JEAN First day cover designs 3/31/88 p.39 MASTERS, SHERRY Tandem Bikers 8/25/88 p.29 MASTERS, TOM Tandem Bikers 8/25/88 p.29 MAYLAHN, SUSAN Given honor 5/26/88 p.32 MCCLEAN, CARLA Tannis 7/28/88 p.75 MCCLEAN, TANNIS Tannis 7/28/88 p.75 MCCLORY, ROBERT Leaders to gather to honor McClory 7/23/88 p.25 MCLEAN, MARC Teen faces homicide charge in DUI crash 1/28/88 p.12 MCNOB, CRAIG Antique bruins aren't in ruins 1/7/88 p.29 MEINHARD, RICHARD 30 years adds up for retiring math teacher 5/15/88 p.99 MELLIN, WARREN Pres. of BAAC 3/31/88 p.37 METROPOLITAN SANITARY DISTRICT Elections 3/10/88 p.16 MICHELIN, BARBARA March of Dimes volunteer of the year 4/21/88 p.34 MILLER, MICHAEL Pharmacy stocks gems, big game 10/20/88 p.31 MILLER, WILLIAM Mr. Fix-It has fans at Good Shepherd Manor 8/18/88 p.31 "MR. FIX-IT" Mr. Fix-It [William Miller] has fans at Good Shepherd Manor 8/18/88 p.31 MOELLER, ROBERT Masons honor Robert Moeller 3/3/88 p.37 MOHALSKI, ROBERT J. Pres. of Illinois Catholic Health Association 5/12/88 p.74 MORKES, RHONDA Pursues success 9/22/88 p.87 MORTON, GARY Pak Mail 6/9/88 p.81 NATURAL AREAS Plan to restore rare natural area [Barrington Campground] set for public hearing next week 1/28/88 p.13 Naturalists give boost to Lake's roosts [Baker's Lake] 2/18/88 p.95 NEISE, MARGARET L. St. Anne's School 9/1/88 p.29 NELSON, ADELE 50th wedding anniversary 11/10/88 p.41 NELSON, NILES 50th wedding anniversary 11/10/88 p.41 NEW ORATORIO SINGERS Singers raise their voices 10/6/88 p.81 NICKLAUS, JACK Pre-construction sales [Wynstone] 2/18/88 p.78 Jack Nicklaus broke ground [Wynstone] (pict.) 7/7/88 p.5 Worker killed [Wynstone] 8/4/88 p.21 Charity, not golf [Wynstone] 9/15/88 p.18 Showcase [Wynstone] 10/13/88 p.18 NORGE Jump 1/28/88 p.92 NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL. County steps in on court fight over NB annex 5/5/88 p.100 Shopping plan drives residents to seek annexation 9/1/88 p.16 Annexes property at Rts. 22, 59 9/1/88 p.17 NORTH SUBURBAN LIBRARY SYSTEM Network eyes change in membership 10/6/88 p.29 NORTHWEST CENTER FOR THE ARTS Specializes in talent 3/24/88 p.89 "OFFICER FRIENDLY" Community a key for first Officer Friendly 8/11/88 p.31 OLD STATE BAR & GRILL Catherine and David Koelling, owners 9/29/88 p.125 Catherine and David Koelling, owners 10/6/88 p.93 OLSON, CARRIE Cuts by Carrie opens at Barrington Plaza 10/6/88 p.93 OMNI YOUTH SERVICES Program finds friends for troubled teenagers 5/26/88 p.97 OPAL, MARCIA Stan & Ollie films still bowler them over 8/4/88 p.101 OPEN SPACES Area leaders to discuss open space and land bank 1/21/88 p.21 Open land-tax base 5/26/88 p.8 Open space 6/2/88 p.8 State restricts power of open space districts 7/7/88 p.28 Land bank, open lands, open space 7/28/88 p.13 Thunderbird Country Club 9/1/88 p.5 Cuba Township moving ahead with open space vote 10/6/88 p.9 Officials expect packed hearing on open space 10/20/88 p.14 Cuba Township postpones April vote 11/17/88 p.9 Open space [Cuba Township] 12/1/88 p.15 Advocates win top county posts 12/8/88 p.19 Cuba & Ela roads 12/15/88 p.9 PAK MAIL Gary Morton, owner 6/9/88 p.81 PAPPAS, MELISSA Victory promenade 3/10/88 p.48 PARKS New downtown park could be expanded 6/16/88 p.15 Adds money for downtown park 7/7/88 p.8 Groups unhappy over park donation request 9/8/88 p.5 PATINO, MARISA Local teen's art promotes peace 9/29/88 p.154 PATRIOT HEALTH COMPANIES 3 states investigating local insurance firm 10/27/88 p.8 Probe continues into local insurance firm 12/1/88 p.8 PAYTON, WALTER Walter Paxton (cover pict.) 1/28/88 p.27 PETERSEN, RAY Barrington Fitness Club 5/26/88 p.77 PETERSON, CAMME LOIS 60 yrs. together 9/29/88 p.47 PETERSON, GILBERT 60 yrs. together 9/29/88 p.47 PHOTOGRAPHERS Photographer [Ed Armstrong] catches the famous in action 5/26/88 p.103 Tepper Portrait and Corporate Photography; Terri Tepper owner 9/15/88 p.81 Portrait photographer [Joe Rush] a jack-of-many-arts 10/27/88 p.31 POLICE Judge ousts trustee from police board 2/11/88 p.5 Regional police concept 3/3/88 p.5 Police chief backs cop in dispute [Barrington Hills] 10/13/88 p.17 Force could be expanded 11/3/88 p.10 POLO Polo comes to the area 6/30/88 p.97 POMPER PROPERTY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Developer switches to five-acre home plan 6/16/88 p.24 POPULAR CREEK COURT (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Cook county board defers housing vote 1/21/88 p.9 POTTER, VERONICA Ms. Illinois Senior Citizen Pageant 10/27/88 p.37 PROFESSIONAL FRANCHISE CONSULTANTS INC. Gerald Shadlen, owner 6/2/88 p.77 PROSPERI, DENNIS Henri Studio 7/21/88 p.91 PROSPERI, MARIO Henri Studio 7/21/88 p.91 QUILTING Shirley Shenk 3/24/88 p.37 RABE, BERNICE Storyteller spins tales of hope for children 2/25/99 p.101 RABUSKA, ROBERT W. Local man indicted for tax evasion 3/31/88 p.14 RECON OPTICAL INC. Closes West Coast plant 6/16/88 p.15 Layoff of 26 7/7/88 p.8 Develops new reconnaissance camera 8/4/88 p.81 RECYCLING (WASTE, ETC.) Approval for recycling hangs on state funding 1/14/88 p.5 Draws near 3/31/88 p.9 Officials suggest switch in site for recycling 5/19/88 p.5 Compost site located as recycling begins 6/9/88 p.8 Rates to rise 6/30/88 p.14 "Hit" with residents 7/7/88 p.18 First recycling volume exceeds expectations 7/21/88 p.8 REDCOATS RETURN Derek Ives, owner 2/18/88 p.73 RICH, INC. Peter M. Leger, president 10/13/88 p.94 RIDING THERAPY Youngsters ride tall in the saddle for therapy 8/11/88 p.109 RIEKE, FOSTER F. High school honors distinguished grad 6/9/88 p.14 ROADS Road improvement Lake-Cook, Quentin intersection 1/21/88 p.19 Officials give curbside recycling green light 1/28/88 p.5 Downtown sidewalks may be too narrow 2/11/88 p.8 Main St. sidewalk options 2/25/88 p.5 Speed limits [Northwest Highway] 2/25/88 p.5 Lack of funding clouds future of extension [Route 53] 3/31/88 p.94 Road crews return to work 4/7/88 p.5 Plans to widen U.S. 14 set for Fox River Grove 5/12/88 p.90 Barrington Hills begins hearings to close roads 7/21/88 p.9 Road closing [Barrington Hills] 7/28/88 p.5 Spur road closings [Barrington Hills] 8/18/88 p.15 Towns asked to back plan to extend Rt. 53 8/18/88 p.30 Road transfer [Lake-Cook Road] could mean truck detour 8/25/88 p.5 Close Healy, Spring Creek [Barrington Hills] 8/25/88 p.16 Closing of 3rd road (Barrington Hills] 9/1/88 p.9 Algonquin goes to court to keep road open 9/8/88 p.5 Main St. improvement 9/15/88 p.12 Road closings [Barrington Hills] 9/15/88 p.20 Fox River Grove waits to see road plan 9/22/88 p.9 Officials set to coordinate on Rt. 53 extension 9/22/88 p.109 Spring Creek Road to re-open (Barrington Hills] 9/22/88 p.9 Halt contractor pay over complaints 9/22/88 p.23 Officials vow to lobby for extension of Rt. 53 9/29/88 p.28 Officials delay road close decision [Barrington Hills] 9/29/88 p.5 Emergency trip slowed by roadblock [Barrington Hills] 10/6/88 p.8 Plan to convert to tollway [Route 53] 10/6/88 p.25 Barricade lifted for new traffic study [Barrington Hills] 10/27/88 p.9 Street name changed after residents objected 10/27/88 p.12 Kildeer to seek resident input on extension [Route 53] 11/17/88 p.99 Road funds pay for plaza gazebo 12/1/88 p.23 ROBIN, LEE Doctor might have been insane 8/25/88 p.121 ROESSER, JACK Mac victory in perspective 8/4/88 p.119 RON BEESE PARK New park plans 1/21/88 p.20 Traffic lights questioned by officials 1/28/88 p.12 RUSH, JOE Portrait photographer a jack-of-many-arts 10/27/88 p.31 SANDBURG, JO ELLEN Running for excellent award 2/25/88 p.18 SANITARY LANDFILLS Forest land could be used for landfill site 5/12/88 p.9l SARGENT-WELCH President Welch Scientific, Division of Sargent-Welch 8/25/88 p.96 SASS, HENRY G. Recollections for 125th Village celebration 9/15/88 p.31 SCHEELE, BONNIE Computer Showroom 9/1/88 p.73 SCHEELE, JOHN Computer Showroom 9/1/88 p.73 SCHUHKNECHT, JOE Future looking bright for neon sign business 6/16/88 p.108 SCHULTZ BROTHERS To close facilities in Lake Zurich 9/29/88 p.132 SEAMANS, GARY F. Chairman, Conference Plus Inc. 11/17/88 p.81 SHADLEN, GERALD Professional Franchise Consultants Inc. 6/2/88 p.77 SHENK, SHIRLEY Quilts 3/24/88 p.37 SHOPPES OF BARRINGTON (SHOPPING CENTER) Shoppes developer to float new center plan 9/11/88 p.5 SHOPPES OF INVERNESS (SHOPPING CENTER) Angry residents don't understand 6/23/88 p.12 SIMMONS, JOAN Galerie 11/17/88 p.81 SIMPLY GREAT YOGURT, ETC. Marx Lou and Bill Bowen, owners 7/21/88 p.75 SILVESTRI, BROOK Young man on reeds 1/21/88 p.27 SIR SPEEDY PRINTING CENTER Sir Speedy Printing Center 1/21/88 p.63 SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Investment group may buy Skokie Federal 11/3/88 p.119 SLATER, ROBERT VINCENT Inverness man indicted on bank fraud 11/17/88 p.81 SMITH, RICHARD Appeals court rules in favor of Smith Clinic 4/7/88 p.5 Smith vows to proceed with Medical Clinic 4/14/88 p.25 LB officials drop appeal; HOPE to head to Supreme Court 4/21/88 p.21 4 year battle concludes with truce 5/5/88 p.13 SNOW, JOHN Lines school principal to retire 3/24/88 p.31 Eastern Avenue renamed to honor retiring principal at Lines School 5/12/88 p.8 Lines school bids good-bye to head of family 5/19/88 p.31 Street name changed after residents objected 10/27/88 p.12 SOBY, PETER Homecoming 2/4/88 p.9 Getting better by the day (cover pict.) 3/31/88 p.27 SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL. SB begins review of Union Pacific plans 3/17/88 p.21 SB unanimously backs Union Pacific [Corporate Lakes] 5/19/88 p.73 Drop plans to condemn property 9/22/88 p.21 Farm house demolition draws criticism 10/27/88 p.9 SOUTHGATE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Owners question cost sharing for work 3/31/88 p.5 SPREYER, FRANK Nature award 2/25/88 p.14 The cause of conservation has a spry adherent 3/3/88 p.33 SPRING CREEK VALLEY FOREST PRESERVE Model farm site moved 12/8/88 p.9 SQUARE D Moves to block future takeovers 9/8/88 p.81 CEO hands over reigns 12/1/88 p.87 ST. ANNE SCHOOL Margaret L. Neise 9/1/88 p.29 ST. MARY'S CHURCH Church in Buffalo Grove has bees in its belfry 8/11/88 p.116 ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH Ornaments celebrate holiday religious spirit 12/1/88 p.31 STEINER, JOSH Stepford Wives 5/19/88 p.79 STEPFORD WIVES Stepford Wives; Josh Steiner, Ervin Geisler, co-owners 5/19/88 p.79 STEWART, ROBERT Artist, glass boxes 9/22/88 p.119 STORYTELLING Storyteller (Bernice Rabe] spins tales of hope for children 2/25/88 p.101 "STRANGER DANGER" High court to get "Stranger Danger" case 11/24/88 p.8 STUDIO IN THE WOODS Tom Hilligoss, owner 10/13/88 p.29 SUZUKI VIOLIN SCHOOL Young string players happily fiddle around 5/26/88 p.31 SWEET, CHARLES Pres., Kearney Executive Search 6/23/88 p.81 T. WILLIAMS & SON T. Williams & Son 4/21/88 p.73 TANNIS Carla and Tannis McClean, owners 7/28/88 p.75 TAXATION Transfer tax getting mixed reviews 8/4/88 p.5 Fight change in sales tax law) 12/1/88 p.28 TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL. Abate taxes for '87 [District 220] 1/21/88 p.25 Tax referendum [District 220] 2/18/88 p.8 Tax hike forces line up for ballot battle [District 220] 3/3/88 p.5 School tax hike tops local election ballot [District 220] 3/10/88 p.8 School tax rate increase narrowly defeated [District 220] 3/17/88 p.5 Referendum loss [District 220] 3/24/88 p.5 Taxes 7/28/88 p.5 Tax rate 8/4/88 p.8 Tax levy 9/15/88 p.9 Schools ask more taxes [District 220] 12/15/88 p.5 Schools officials ask 16% more property tax [District 220] 12/22/88 p.14 TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL. Taxes 7/28/88 p.8 TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL. Criticize budget hike 1/28/88 p.93 Values rise by 7% 6/2/88 p.9 Board considers 14% hike in property levy [Harper College] 10/20/88 p.25 Assessments 1988 10/27/88 p.130 Cook County 10/27/88 p.130 TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Propose tax for social services 2/18/88 p.13 Tax 11/10/88 p.120 Assessments increase by 14% 12/15/88 p.8 Cuba Township 1988 quadrennial assessment role 12/15/88 special section TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Tax levy rises to cover services 8/18/88 p.23 TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL. Lake County tax rates drop but bills may not 5/5/88 p.9 TCBY Opens at Barrington Plaza 10/6/88 p.93 TEACHERS Fremd history teacher [Richard Baker] chosen for Signal Hill DAR award 1/7/88 p.36 30 years adds up for retiring math teacher [Richard Meinhard] 5/19/88 p.99 TEPPER PORTRAIT AND CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY Terri Tepper, owner 9/15/88 p.81 TEPPER, TERRI Tepper Portrait and Corporate Photographs 9/15/88 p.81 TERRELL, ALAN Help U Sell 9/1/88 p.71 TERRELL, BARBARA Help U Sell 9/1/88 p.71 THOMPSON, ART Retired horses 7/7/88 p.14 THOMPSON, PAUL N. Harper College picks President 4/21/88 p.89 THRELKELD, RICHARD High School honors distinguished grad 6/9/88 p.14 THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB Voters may decide on keeping T'bird open 6/30/88 p.8 Barrington officials study golf course purchase 7/14/88 p.5 Set vote 8/18/88 p.5 Agreement deadline set 8/25/88 p.5 Open Space 9/1/88 p.5 TIERNY, GORDON Researcher digs out family tree by roots 2/4/88 p.24 TINCHER, MICHAEL G. Pres., David W. Bunker Inc. and Assoc. 9/22/88 p.88 TOWER LAKES, ILL. Local Business 1/7/88 p.59 Water quality 6/30/88 p.12 Financial Report 10/6/88 p.132 Simmons leaves Tower Lakes village board 12/29/88 p.25 TRAFFIC County seeks input on long-range traffic plan 6/23/88 p.19 TRAUTWEIN, DAVID Making pitch for the majors 3/3/88 p.105 TRAUTWEIN, JOHN Making pitch for the majors 3/3/88 p.105 Trautwein returns home as major leaguer 4/28/88 p.119 TREGO, BRUCE Fired 2/18/88 p.5 TREVOR, RENA Director aids woman 2/18/88 p.96 TURKIN, RON Dream come true is memory for baseball buff 4/11/88 p.31 UNION PACIFIC REALITY CO. Beatrice land buyer plans office building 1/21/88 p.5 SB begins review of Union Pacific plans 3/17/88 p.21 SB unanimously backs Union Pacific [Corporate Lakes] 5/19/88 p.73 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Mail cutbacks 2/4/88 p.14 New post office to open 8/25/88 p.8 New digs (pict.) 9/1/88 p.14 U.S. GYPSUM CO. Anthony J. Falvo, president and CEO 6/16/88 p.85 VAN HAGEN, GEORGE Barrington means family for volunteer 6/2/88 p.17 VEATH, POLLY BHS retiring secretary 2/25/88 p.33 VOLUPTUOUS LADY Patricia and Mike Ferrell, co-owners 7/28/88 p.75 VONAU, O. LOUIS Commander American Legion Post #158 8/4/88 p.43 WALDECK, STEVEN Waldeck's works light 6/2/88 p.B12 WANAT JEFF Aids education topic for video firm 2/4/88 p.82 WANAT, STAN Aids education topic for video firm 2/4/88 p.82 WANAT, TIM Aids education topic for video firm 2/4/88 p.82 WATER SUPPLY Criticism 1/28/88 p.18 Water project overrun 5/19/88 p.8 Water quality [Tower Lakes] 6/30/88 p.12 Consider study 9/22/88 p.24 Water System Improvement Project 31% over budget 2/4/88 p.5 WATERMAN, BRUCE Interiors by Bruce 6/23/88 p.77 WAX WORKS Wax works 6/9/88 p.81 WEATHER Severe thunderstorms dump rain & down power lines 8/10/88 p.14 WEDDINGS 'N MORE Laurie Anderson, owner 6/16/88 p.85 WEINGANDT, JOHN Carver can't duck success 6/23/88 p.96 WELCH SCIENTIFIC President Welch Scientific, Division of Sargent-Welch 8/25/88 p.98 WENZEL'S JEWELERS Wenzel's Jewelers 5/5/88 p.89 WEST BROOKSIDE RIDGE (LAND SUBDIVISION) Land development 7/14/88 p.12 WHALEN, JOHN Guarding America's skies (cover pict.) 6/9/88 p.30 WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL) Musings 3/24/88 p.36 Names prize winners 11/24/88 p.45 WILKINS, RAY Music man helps kids learn joy of performing 5/19/88 p.16 WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH $9 million expansion 12/1/88 p.20 WILMERING SCOUT CABIN Wilmering Scout Cabin 10/13/88 p.14 Parks delay decision 10/13/88 p.15 WINTER MEADOW FARM 1st class stable 2/4/88 p.65 WOJTAS, VICTOR Indicted again in car accident scheme 4/14/88 p.29 WOLFE, GENE Science fiction author leaves labels to publisher 4/14/88 p.129 WOODALL, JEFF L & W Lamps 6/16/88 p.85 WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Pre-construction sales 2/18/88 p.78 Jack Nicklaus broke ground (pict.) 7/7/88 p.5 Worker killed 8/4/88 p.21 Charity, not golf 9/15/88 p.18 Showcase 10/13/88 p.18 YEHL, SUZY Kids find hope at rainbow's end 1/7/88 p.88
Books about Barrington Area History
History of Cook County, Illinois
Stowaway to Heaven
Barsumian, Nazareth Sarkis
They Builded Better Than They Knew
Benson, Barbara L.
Echoes of a Century
First Baptist Church (Barrington, IL).
A Club in the Country: The Story of Barrington Hills Country Club
Schmitz, Patty Dowd.
Hark Back to Barrington: Fifty Years with the Fox River Valley Hunt
Fitch, Victoria R., and D. Susan Johnson.
A History of Barrington, Illinois
Lines, Arnett C.
Tales of Old Barrington
Sharp, Cynthia Baker