ABERNETHY, KRISTEN BHS senior is up for Up With People tour 5/14/87 p.21 Up With People 10/22/87 p.44 ACCIDENTS DUI car crash kills BH teen. injures four 7/30/87 p.5 Rollover injures one 8/6/67 p.24 Auto accident kills BH Youth [Benjamini Cox] 8/20/87 p.20 Three injured in collision 8/27/87 p.8 Local woman killed in traffic accident [Denise C. Carlson] 10/1/87 p.27 Former school official recovering after being struck by car 10/15/87 p.18 Five car crash at NW Hwy., Ela injures rookie police officer 11/5/87 p.20 Crash injures two 11/12/87 p.30 LB man killed in truck crash 12/17/87 p.16 Man killed after car strikes utility pole 12/17/87 p.22 Local man faces charges in one-car crash 12/17/87 p.25 Ela, NW Hwy car accident kills woman 12/24/87 p.9 Christmas Eve crash kills man 12/31/87 p.5 AEROQUIP CORP. Aeroquip Corp. announces plans to sell plant; 119 jobs affected 7/2/87 p.12 AILABOUNI, SAID, REV. Pastor installed at church 4/23/87 p.21 ALEO, ANTHONY Untried LB gun case goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 ALEO, CYNTHIA Untried LB gun case goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 ALLAWAY, JEANI M. Designer's work gets national attention 8/27/87 p.75 ADCO LB trustees overturn planners, ok ADCO annexation proposal 2/5/87 p.16 AIDS (DISEASE) PTO says education key to AIDS battle 3/26/87 p.6 Good Shepherd Hospital reports treating 5 AIDS cases last year 3/26/87 p.3 Area schools warned to prepare for AIDS 4/9/87 p.84 Safe sex association to test membership 4/16/87 p.8 Area has victims 10/29/87 p.23 AMSTER, ROB Rich kids: grads get wealth of knowledge touring with a living jazz legend 3/5/87 p.28 ANDERSON, W. ANDY W. Andy Anderson dies leaving a legend of service to Barrington 4/9/87 p.22 ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF Lake County studies deer 11/5/27 p.92 Shooting solution 11/5/87 p.93 ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT) LB trustees overturn planners, ok Adco annexation proposal 2/5/87 p.16 Homeowners say NB is annexation happy 3/12/87 p.15 Nicklaus to withdraw school disannex plan 4/23/87 p.14 Residents near Thunderbird seek annexation 6/25/87 p.15 Annexation may make road issue moot 7/9/67 p.14 Barrington annexing golf course to "protect" homes from Palatine 7/16/37 p.5 Land grab charges fly in farms annexation 7/16/87 p.8 Way clear for Thunderbird annex 7/23/87 p.6 LB parks may annex more land 3/6/87 p.25 Thunderbird wants in to Barrington 8/20/87 p.18 Annex law paves way for NB plan 8/26/87 p.23 Thunderbird annex is slated for hearing 9/10/87 p.16 Thunderbird annex plan approved 10/1/37 p.9 Park district annexes additional property 12/24/87 p.11 ANNIVERSARIES BYS to mark 15 years of service 5/21/87 p.23 APPLEBEE SQUARE Barrington officials approve plans for new museum complex 7/30/87 p.13 APPLIED TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS New publisher hopes to replace lost local jobs 12/10/87 p.21 ARDEN SHORE Runaways concern officials 7/23/87 p.79 ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK) Race fans, employees will wait patiently 9/10/87 p.112 Rebuilding track to start next week 9/10/87 p.87 ARTISTS Advice doesn't stop Stephanie Nadolski from artful pursuit 4/23/87 p.33 Renowned artist [P. Buckley Moss] uses talent to benefit others 10/1/87 p.94 Cultural group gives Soviet artists audience 12/10/87 p.34 AUTHORS Success becoming a reality for fantasy writer 12/3/87 p.113 AUTUMNS OF BARRINGTON Planned senior facility gets another setback 8/13/87 p.22 BADGETT, BILL Real world is small order for young physicist 11/5/87 p.35 BAETZ, HELEN Prayer prompts impromptu name 3/12/87 p.92 BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE New natural area proposed for campgrounds 6/11/87 p.5 BALD, KONRAD On the run 3/26/87 p.32 BARBERSHOP QUARTETS Chorus establishes a tradition of excellence 10/15/87 p.105 BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE New leadership 1/29/87 p.66 BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS Lake Barrington defers decision on joining BACOG 6/4/87 p.12 Lake Barrington joins BACOG 7/9/87 p.13 BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY Hall move plans may cost historical society 5/28/87 p.5 Commission supports plan for museum 7/2/87 p.13 Shop owner (Nancy Smith) donates quilt as fund raiser 8/6/87 p.37 Busy with old. new spaces (pict.) 9/10/87 p.22 Plan gets final approval 10/8/87 p.17 BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY To Fly 3/12/87 p.87 League plans study of library 6/25/87 p.20 Library says tax notice misleading 7/9/87 p.21 Allard leaves library board 7/23/87 p.20 Stories for singing 8/6/87 p.30 Treasurer's annual report 8/6/87 p.99 Annual budget 8/13/87 p.102 Library programs help homebound read 8/20/87 p.28 Inverness tax bills rise for wrong reason 3/27/87 p.18 Teacher named library trustee 8/27/87 p.18 Inverness tax victims ask library for help 9/17/87 p.25 Celebrating the Constitution 9/17/87 p.23 Parks ask more taxes; library levy also up 9/24/87 p.21 Library to refund taxes received in error 9/24/87 p.25 Puppeteers (pict.) 11/19/87 p.5 Library open house preparation 12/3/87 p.25 BARRINGTON AREA REFUGEE FUND Group helps families find relatives, refuge 5/7/87 p.31 BARRINGTON BOARD OF REALTORS Realtor of the Year [Charles K. Helilrick] 6/4/87 p.65 BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND Woodland restoration backed, but officials ask for limits 6/25/87 p.8 Conservationists plan talk on proposed burn 11/12/87 p.18 BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220 Schools pay teacher to leave rather than risk court fight 1/1/87 p.5 Report says schools running out of money 1/15/87 p.5 Teacher reinstated after warning on conduct 2/5/87 p.5 Schools want to review teacher discipline policy 2/12/87 p.9 Cost 2/19/87 p.8 Attendance 2/19/87 p.8 Insurance 2/19/87 p.8 Sunny Hill stays open, District says 4/23/89 p.5 Computerized system to help school libraries 5/7/87 p.16 School's budget cuts go down to bone 8/13/87 p.5 School's new budget includes cuts, deficit 8/27/87 p.5 High School's English department earns national excellence award 9/10/87 p.8 School administration 6.8% raises 9/10/87 p.8 Enrollment explosion 9/24/87 p.12 Report card results similar to last year's 10/22/87 p.8 Slocum salary $93,000 10/22/87 p.14 Schools hike tax levy 10/29/87 p.5 Study projects increase of 1,000 new students 11/5/87 p.9 Two newcomers win school seats 11/5/87 p.5 Kelock re-elected as school board president 11/12/87 p.15 Schools to borrow; tax hike near 11/19/87 p.5 Schools leaning away from building bond issue 12/3/87 p.5 Schools provide own select data for comparisons 12/10/87 p.14 Urged to buy land for new building 12/17/87 p.5 Schools set referendum on tax rate increase 12/17/87 p.5 BARRINGTON CONVENIENT GROCERY Local grocery offers old-fashioned service 6/11/87 p.73 BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Teacher suspended pending exam 1/15/87 p.65 Coach debates reason for loss of school post 8/13/87 p.14 Lights project materials arrive on schedule 8/20/87 p.107 Advanced exam rate may put BHS near top 9/3/87 p.24 High School's English department earns national excellence award 9/10/87 p.8 Light touch (pict.) 9/10/87 p.24 BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL. Mounting legal costs catching up with Hills 3/12/87 p.8 Expo dead. but officials push new development 9/10/87 p.24 BARRINGTON, ILL. State of transition 2/12/87 p.13 Village to bury lines, hopes to bury fears 2/26/67 p.5 Salaries, services, space add up in budget 3/5/87 p.5 Annual report for fiscal year ending 2/28/87 4/2/87 p.82 Increased programs hike capital budget 4/9/87 p.20 Tank pushes up price of village hall remodel 7/2/87 p.5 Annual treasurer's report 8/27/87 p.104 Barrington added to list of Constitutional Bicentennial towns 11/12/87 p.19 Officials get new plan for village hall revamp 12/3/87 p.16 Officials question costs on village hall rehab 12/17/87 p.8 BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS Lawrence DeMarino 9/17/87 p.91 BARRINGTON, ILL.--GROWTH How it grew 2/12/87 p.14 Growth 2/12/87 p.12 Group seeks area agreement about growth 9/10/87 p.5 BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY Local lore, legends 10/29/87 p.29 BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT Annual budget 1/1/87 p.65 Expansion eyed as parks okay mini-golf 4/30/87 p.9 Ron Beese Park master plan doesn't include soccer 5/21/87 p.12 An analysis of park district programs in the Barrington area 6/11/37 p.14 Playing fields, theater in new park 8/13/82 p.20 Parks ask more taxes, library levy also up 9/24/87 p.21 Park raises fees 10/15/37 p.8 New park plan set for hearing 11/12/87 p.11 BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB New breakfast club focuses on networking 5/28/87 p.64 BARRINGTON (TELEVISION PROGRAM) Doesn't rate 5/7/87 p.9 BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES Counselor [John Jarczyk] joins staff 3/27/87 p.87 BYS to mark 15 years of service 5/21/87 p.23 BARTON'S STATIONERS INC. Stationer's move to retire at last 6/25/87 p.37 BAUMAN, LESLIE L. Caretaker quietly mindful of residents' final resting places 10/15/87 p.37 BEESE, CAROL Beese honored for contribution 2/5/87 p.30 BELLARMINE HALL New director called to Jesuit retreat house in Barrington Hills 11/12/87 p.42 Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.10 BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD L.Z. approves homes on Bell parcel 6/18/87 p.79 BENNETT, MARYLOU "Grandma"...teacher won't be starting them on path 5/28/87 p.33 BERTACCHI, RINO Parade of Homes draws Barrington Hills builder [Ken-Ber Construction] 7/23/37 p.69 BETTENDORF CASTLE Suburban landmark 12/31/87 p.16 BEVERIDGE BUSINESS SYSTEMS Brother-sister team complete world tour 10/8/87 p.79 BLUE, DAVID W. President Churny Co. Inc.; subsidiary of Kraft Inc. 4/23/87 p.94 BOB AND BETTY SHOP Going out of business (pict.) 6/4/87 p.5 Clothing shop owner prepares to leave town 6/11/87 p.9 Owner says road plans threaten her business 12/8/87 p.9 BOHLKE, EDWARD Tem-Pro, Inc. 7/2/37 p.62 BOHLKE, MIDGE Tem-Pro, Inc. 7/2/87 p.62 BOOKS Cooks Books-couple's book bank spreads teaching's tools 7/9/87 p.24 BRAEMAR (LAND SUBDIVISION) Braemar gets engineering O.K. 6/18/87 p.19 BRIDGES Historic bridge (Green Rail) to be widened [Barrington Hills] 8/27/87 p.22 Covered bridge [Long Grove] 12/31/87 p.12 BURKHART, PAT Country Mercantile Store 12/10/87 p.83 BUSINESS ENTERPRISES Prayer prompts Impromptu name [Pasta Impromptu] 3/12/87 p.92 Killian Asset Management, Donald J. Killian and Robert H. Scherbaum, owners 4/9/87 p.66 Tour Golf; Tom Posey, owner 4/30/87 p.71 Tem-Pro, Inc.; Midge and Edward Bohlke, owners 7/2/87 p.62 Rupert's Stain Glass Studio 7/23/87 p.71 Touch of Amish; Lynne Rice, owner 7/30/87 p.85 Midge's Dolls; Midge O'Shaughnessy, owner 7/30/87 p.85 Reflections; Merrily Gow, owner 8/6/87 p.68 Lake Barrington business licensing 8/6/87 p.26 Morris opens consulting business-William H. Morris and Associates 8/6/87 p.78 MacLauren's stocks needleworkers needs 8/20/87 p.75 Ahhh...Cashmere; Gene Klein, owner 8/30/87 p.75 Beveridge Business Systems 10/8/87 p.79 Two help execs make right first impression [Professional Impact] 11/12/87 p.75 U.S. Flavors and Fragrances 11/19/87 p.109 Country Mercantile Store; Pat Burkhart, owner 12/10/87 p.83 Euroflash; Mary Jo Munson, owner 12/10/87 p.83 Hand Knit Apparel; Melissa Michaels, owner 12/24/87 p.55 Sundance; Kaye Denison and Nancy Horton, owners 12/24/87 p.55 CARLSON, DENISE C. Local woman killed in traffic accident 10/1/87 p.27 CASELLI, TONY Bandleader keeps 'em on their feet dancing 9/17/67 p.39 CATLOW THEATRE Suburban landmark 12/31/87 p.19 CHEVY CHASE Suburban landmark 12/31/87 p.18 CHURNY CO., INC. David W. Blue, president, Churny Co. Inc., subsidiary of Kraft, Inc. 4/23/87 p.94 COLONEL PALMER HOUSE Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.13 COMERFORD, KATIE Teen spends summer on the Presidents team 8/20/87 p.31 COMMERCIAL CENTER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Center planned for Northwest Highway 11/19/67 p.23 CONNOLLY, EUGENE B. President, USG 3/12/87 p.60 COOK'S BOOKS Couple's book bank spreads teaching's tools 7/9/87 p.24 COUNTRY MERCANTILE STORE Pat Burkhart, owner 12/10/87 p.83 COVERED BRIDGE Suburban landmark [Long Grove] 12/31/87 p.12 COX, BENJAMINI Auto accident kills BH youth 8/20/87 p.20 After two DUI deaths, campaign measured 8/27/87 p.9 CRIME AND CRIMINALS LB firm [Sendra Corp.] out, back in trouble over gun parts 1/29/87 p.20 Concert goer, Mario L. Hueramo. sentenced to 8 years in Crystal Lake residents death 2/5/87 p.69 Car theft suspects gone from BH 6/25/87 p.21 Vandals spell out anger on trustee's lawn 7/16/87 p.9 Car theft suspect hunted in BH, shot to death by Chicago police 7/23/87 p.19 Local doctor indicted in car-accident scheme 7/23/87 p.13 TL cop faces theft charge 7/23/87 p.16 Vandals strike again, scratch trustee's car 7/23/87 p.8 Untried LB gun case [Sendra Corp.] goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 Barrington man offers ex-offender's safer way [Safer Foundation] 7/30/87 p.43 SB man, Gregory J. Daniels, charged in drug harvest 8/13/87 p.29 Wave of jewelry thefts hits Barrington area 10/8/87 p.5 McHenry man charged in wave of burglaries 12/3/87 p.18 Man charged in sex offense 12/31/87 p.46 CUBA MARSH (WETLANDS) Developments threaten Cuba Marsh wetlands 4/30/87 p.5 LZ blocks work at Braemar 5/7/87 p.22 Braemar gets engineering o.k. 6/18/87 p.19 Buyers hit developer over delays caused by disputes 6/25/87 p.104 Residents intensify effort to protect wetlands 7/23/87 p.9 County officials open to marsh purchase 8/13/87 p.19 County to buy marsh, board members say 8/20/87 p.14 Decision to buy marsh gets mixed reviews 8/27/87 p 14 DP won't commit on either of marsh plans 9/24/87 p.9 LZ agrees to manage Braemar wetland area 10/15/87 p.18 DP approves housing plan for marsh area 11/19/87 p.16 CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Assessment changes 3/12/87 p.79 Roll for '87 10/22/87 p.121 CUMMINGS, LARA Cultural group gives Soviet artists audience 12/10/87 p.34 CURRAN, RAYMOND D. "BERNIE" Barrington man offers ex-offenders a safer way. [Safer Foundation] 7/30/87 p.43 CYBORSKI, CATHY M. Female deputy quits, charges discrimination 2/5/87 p 5 CYCLE WERKS OF BARRINGTON Unique motorcycles hidden in local shop 7/9/87 p.66 Bikes from way back 7/16/87 p.36 CZECH, ERIC DUI car crash kills BH teen, injures four 7/30/87 p.5 CZECH, MARK After two DUI deaths, campaign measured 8/27/76 p.9 DANIELS, GREGORY J. SB man charged in drug harvest 3/13/87 p.28 DEER Lake County studies deer 11/5/27 p.92 Shooting solution 11/5/87 p.93 DELTA D, INC. Designated Driver's drink is big idea 8/27/87 p.94 DEMARINO, LAWRENCE Barrington an intriguing place for local author 9/17/87 p.91 DENISON, KAYE Sundance 12/24/87 p.55 DISONA, ANTHONY Teacher reinstated after warning on conduct 2/5/87 p.5 Schools want to review teacher discipline policy 2/12/87 p.9 DIENES, KLEE Hitting books has him high among booksmart 6/26/87 p.26 DRASEN, GERALD T. Untried LB gun case goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 DRUGS AND YOUTH Plans afoot for "Just Say No" parade Friday 5/14/87 p.12 DRUNK DRIVING After two DUI deaths, campaign measured 8/27/87 p.9 EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION) Officials ask change in emergency access roads 8/13/87 p.13 ELECTIONS Election preview 4/2/87 p.17 Local elections '87 10/29/87 p.25 EMERSON, JEFF Grower has passion for orchid blooms 4/16/87 p.22 EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION LAW Immigration law information available 9/13/87 p.30 ESPERIAN, KALLEN Opera star on the rise both here and abroad 1/29/37 p.27 EUROFLASH Mary Jo Munson, owner 12/10/87 p.83 EXPO PARK Expo dead, but officials push new development 9/10/87 p.21 FALVO, ANTHONY J. President, USG 3/12/87 p.60 FIRES Investigation continues into suspicious fire 7/23/87 p.80 Officials stymied in search for cause of riding stable fire 7/30/87 p.27 Inverness fire may be arson 8/6/87 p.85 LB fire causes $100,000 damage 10/1/87 p.11 Blaze causes $4,000 damage 11/19/87 p.28 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON First National to change name 9/24/87 p.28 Bank changes name but not philosophy 11/5/87 p.82 FLOODS Area floods, but escapes storms worst 8/20/87 p.5 Barrington Township may get disaster status 6/27/87 p.21 FURUTA, STEVE NB man aces Las Vegas poker championship 12/10/87 p.100 GARLING, TOM Rich kids: grads get wealth of knowledge touring with a living jazz legend 3/5/87 p.28 GARMAN, AMY Baton twirler racks up major achievements 12/17/87 p.33 GATEWAY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Citizens find they can fight experts, studies 1/22/87 p.9 Schools won't stir up boiling Gateway pot 1/22/87 p.9 Gateway developer takes to mails 2/12/87 p.5 Group [HOPE] plans to mail truth to area residents 2/19/87 p.5 Future of downtown was a factor in no vote 2/26/87 p.8 Gateway landowner blasts "unfair" treatment 2/26/67 p.9 Gateway developer: planners intimidated 3/5/87 p.18 Barrington race cools as Gateway talk fades 3/19/87 p.8 Kaplan vows suit after "no" vote on Gateway 4/2/87 p.7 Kaplan sues Barrington over Gateway denial 5/14/87 p.5 Village: Gateway vote was not taken lightly 7/9/87 p.5 GOLDMAN & CO. Robert L. Morgan, president 3/12/87 p.61 GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL Good Shepherd Hospital reports treating 5 AIDS cases last year 3/26/87 p.8 GSH opens new psychiatric ward 5/21/87 p.24 Mental health wing opens at Good Shepherd 10/22/87 p.99 GOOD SHEPHERD VILLA Hospital parent corp. has plans for nursing home here 8/27/87 p.21 GOW, MERRILY Reflections 8/6/87 p.68 GRAND HOTEL Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.11 GRASSMERE FARM Annexation may make road issue moot 7/9/87 p.14 Land grab charges fly in farms annexation 7/16/87 p.8 GREEN RAIL (BRIDGE) Historic bridge (Green Rail) to be widened [Barrington Hills] 8/27/87 p.22 GRIGSBY ESTATE Hills estate may be listed on national register 2/19/87 p.15 HAAYEN, RICHARD J. Elected board chairman for Insurance Institute of America 8/20/87 p.77 HARPER COLLEGE Harper space shortage means new building 4/2/87 p.69 Harper head accepts another college post 9/24/37 p.31 Harper gears up for fundraisers for student [Peter Soby] 11/19/87 p.20 HAVILAND, DAVID Schools pay teacher to leave rather than risk court fight 1/1/87 p.5 HELFRICK, CHARLES K. Realtor of the Year by Barrington Board of Realtors 6/4/87 p.65 HENDERSON, DEBBIE Popcorn mogul finds market for her gourmet fare 2/5/87 p.79 HILLS, KAREN Insurance firm to pay for Hills accidents costs 2/5/87 p.14 HISTORIC BUILDINGS Hills estate [Grigsby] may be listed on national register 2/19/87 p.15 Santa Teresita 12/31/87 p.13 St. Mary's Church 12/01/37 p.14 St. John's Church 12/31/87 p.11 S.S. Dickinson School 12/31/87 p.10 Octagon House [suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.17 Long Grove Community Church [suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.17 Catlow Theatre [suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.19 Chevy Chase [Suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.18 Grand Hotel [Suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.11 Bellarmine Hall [suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.10 Bettendorf Castle [suburban landmarks] 12/31/87 p.16 HOGARTY, CHERYL Positive attitude helps teen fight leukemia 11/12/87 p.34 HOME OWNERS ORGANIZED TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT Group plans to mail truth to residents 2/19/87 p.5 HOPE shows muscle in LB race 4/9/87 p.5 Internal wrangling leads HOPE to shuffle 4/23/87 p.5 HORNE, FRANCIS T. "BUNNY" Horne stands out as keeper, not owner of land (cover pict.) 2/5/87 p.32 HORSES Horse is a horse even when small 9/13/87 p.84 HORTON, NANCY Sundance 12/24/87 p.55 HORVATH, JEFFREY Vocalist's tune is one he wants others to carry 2/19/87 p.72 HOSPICES (TERMINAL CARE) Hospice director's focus on quality of life 3/12/87 p.34 Pat R. Sarlo, hospice nurse 11/1/81 p.75 HOT AIR BALLOONS Balloon travelers take high tranquil road 9/17/87 p.35 HOTLINES (COUNSELING) New teen hotline needs counselors 9/13/87 p.22 HOUGH STREET SCHOOL New school addition dedicated at Hough Street 5/21/87 p.9 Two renovated schools open 9/13/37 p.5 HOUSING Village: lots too costly for public housing 1/29/87 p.17 Residents hit plans for low income housing 5/28/87 p.5 Senior apartment plan pitched to county ZBA 8/20/87 p.5 Senior housing plans part of trend in area 9/17/87 p.5 Senior apartment plan gets zoning okay 10/29/87 p.19 HUERAMO, MARIO L. Concert goer sentenced to 8 years in Crystal Lake resident's death 2/5/87 p.69 HUNTING LB considers total ban on hunting in village 12/10/87 p.19 HYLANDER, LENORA W. Hylander wins woman's award for after-school care 4/30/87 p.30 ILLINOIS STORYTELLING FESTIVAL May hosts storied fest 7/23/87 p.43 INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF AMERICA Richard J. Haayen elected board chairman 8/20/67 p.77 JARCZYK, JOHN Counselor joins staff [Barrington Youth Service] 3/27/87 p.87 JAUHIAINEN, BRIAN Opera not all lights, bows, area singer finds 6/11/87 p.92 JOHNSON, KATHY Park instructor tries to meld mind and body 2/12/87 p.33 JOHNSON, STEVE Puppets help preach 2/19/87 p.25 JURS, LORRAINE "Grandma"...teacher won't be leading them to class 5/28/87 p.33 KIDS ENRICHMENT EXPERIENCE PROGRAM KEEP to expand Buehler Y 8/20/87 p.19 KELLER, JERAMIE Area kidnapping sad piece of big problem 7/9/87 p.73 KELLER, SHANNON Area kidnapping sad piece of big problem 7/3/87 p.73 KEMPER INSURANCE Gerald L. Maatman, president and chief insurance officer of Kemper Group's National Property-Casualty Insurance 5/21/87 p.72 KEMPER LAKES GOLF CLUB Kemper Lakes toughens up for the PGA 5/7/67 p.111 KEMPER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES John B. Scott, president and chief operating officer 6/4/87 p.67 KEN-BER CONSTRUCTION Parade of homes draws Barrington Hills builder [Rino Bertacchi] 7/23/87 p.69 KENDALL CO. Kendall to leave, tax base impact feared 6/18/87 p.12 KEYSE, HOWARD R., REV. Rector to be installed Sunday 3/19/87 p.20 KIDD, WILLIAM Vanishing craft still on cutting edge 9/24/87 p.27 KILLIAN ASSET MANAGEMENT Donald J. Killian and Robert H. Scherbaum, owners 4/3/87 p.66 KILLIAN, DONALD J. Killian Asset Management 4/9/87 p.66 KIWANIS CLUB OF BARRINGTON Barriers fall as local Kiwanis admit 3 businesswomen to club 10/15/87 p.16 KLEIN, GENE Ahhh ... Cashmere 8/20/87 p.75 KLUG, IRIS Amid winter chills, a splash of color 1/29/87 p.72 KOEPPEN, MARTA Five generations 4/30/87 p.42 KOTEN, JOHN A. Barrington Hills resident elected Ameritech Foundation president 8/6/87 p.69 KRAFT, INC. David W. Blue, president, Churny Co. Inc., subsidiary of Kraft, Inc. 4/23/87 p.94 KRISTMANN, JEAN The "Avon Lady" is a new woman 8/27/87 p.31 KUKENDALL, JACK Brings new approach to golf 4/30/87 p.108 LAGESCHULTE FAMILY Father-son team has helped Barrington grow 6/18/87 p.88 LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL. LB firm [Sendra Corp.] out, back in trouble over gun parts 1/29/87 p.20 Developer unveils plans for retail center at LBS - The Market Place 3/26/87 p.73 Defer decision on joining BACOG 6/4/87 p.12 Loopholes may permit Smith, Adco reversals 6/4/87 p.5 LB turns down Smith Clinic deadline change 6/18/87 p 5 LB and Smith return to court 7/2/87 p.19 Joins BACOG 7/9/87 p.13 LB balks on move to mix Smith, Adco 7/9/87 p.9 Sheriff bans war games after resident protest 7/9/87 p.5 Vandals spell out anger on trustees lawn 7/16/87 p.9 Vandals strike again, scratch trustees car 7/23/87 p.8 Untried LB gun case goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 Annual financial report 7/30/87 p.41 Drafting new comprehensive plan 7/30/87 p.11 War games cease firing 7/30/87 p.16 LB sales tax revenue routed to other towns 7/30/87 p.9 LB parks may annex more 8/6/87 p.25 Business licensing 8/6/87 p.26 Residents push trustee to reconsider, vote 8/6/87 p.9 LB area property puts group at cross purposes 9/13/87 p.16 Smith obtains permit for clinic 9/13/87 p.24 LB officials flip-flop again on Smith clinic 10/8/87 p.14 LB considers total ban on hunting in village 12/10/87 p.19 Park district annexes additional property 12/24/87 p.11 LAKE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY Village: lots too costly for public housing 1/29/87 p.17 LAKE COUNTY, ILL. State's attorney's race stirs debate on DUI 10/27/87 p.19 LAND DEVELOPMENT Pomper hearing date changed 8/13/87 p.9 County officials open to marsh purchase 8/13/87 p.19 Forest preserve panel cool to land purchase 10/1/87 p.103 LB officials disagree on commercial growth 10/1/87 p.11 County ZBA votes no on Pomper land 10/15/87 p.8 Community gathers for forum on growth 10/15/87 p.5 Architect wants to build office, commercial space on Northwest Highway 12/10/87 p.16 Village gives ok to plan for retail office 12/17/87 p.18 LASEKE, AL Small business keeps all in the family 1/8/87 p.27 LEAGUE OF WOMAN VOTERS League plans study of library 6/25/87 p.20 LITERACY Tutors needed for adult literacy program 3/13/87 p.23 LONG GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Suburban landmark 12/31/87 p.17 LONG GROVE, ILL. Covered bridge 12/31/87 p.12 MACLAUREN'S MacLauren"s stocks needleworkers needs 8/20/87 p.75 MAATMAN, GERALD L. President and chief insurance officer of Kemper Group's National Property-Casualty Insurance 5/21/87 p.72 MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING Greatest discovery since the X-ray 10/22/87 p.52 MARKET PLACE (SHOPPING CENTER) Developer unveils plans for retail center at LBS 3/21/87 p.73 Bank, food store sign leases at Market Place 10/15/87 p.32 Three retailers sign leases at the Market Place 12/24/87 p.57 MARTIN, HAROLD Former fire chief dies 8/20/87 p.21 MAY, JIM May hosts storied fest 7/23/87 p.43 MCDONOUGH, MEGAN No place like home 1/8/87 p.58 MCGRATH, JAMES J. President helps college plant community roots 2/5/87 p.25 MCINTOSH & COMPANY McIntosh bought by syndicate of investors 2/19/87 p.55 MICHAELS, MELISSA Hand Knit Apparel 12/24/87 p.55 MIDGE'S DOLLS Midge O'Shaughnessy, owner 7/30/87 p.85 MIDWEST ADVENTURE GAMES, INC. Sheriff bans war games after residents protest 7/9/87 p.5 War games cease firing 7/30/87 p.16 MORGAN, ROBERT L. President, Goldman & Co. 3/12/87 p.61 MOSS, P. BUCKLEY Renowned artist uses talent to benefit others 10/1/87 p.94 MOTOR WERKS OF BARRINGTON New Werks moving to old site 7/9/87 p.17 Motor Werks buys Mancuso Cadillac dealership 10/15/87 p.9 MUENCH, JEANETTE Social changes start in ranks of volunteers 6/4/87 p.15 MUNSON, MARY JO Euroflash 12/10/87 p.33 MURPHY, DONALD G. Old Blue, a true blue miraculous Mercedes 11/19/87 p.35 NADOLSKI, STEPHANIE Advice doesn't stop her from artful pursuit 4/23/87 p.33 NANCE, DAYTON People, not property, the heart of real estate 8/6/87 p.35 NESAND CORP. Untried LB gun case goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 NETHERTON, BRUCE Recon lensman sticks to percussion 2/12/87 p.75 NICKLAUS, JACK Nicklaus plan gets nod, name nibbles 2/5/87 p.9 Wynstone finally gets North Barrington address 2/26/87 p.25 Wynstone home won't be permanent site 4/16/87 p.15 Nicklaus to withdraw school disannex plan 4/23/87 p.14 NB approves density decrease for Wynstone 4/30/87 p.18 Golden Bear leaves tracks in North Barrington 5/7/87 p 5 Nicklaus envisions a fine course at Wynstone 5/7/87 p.107 Wynstone gets initial approval to begin 10 model homes 6/25/87 p.96 NINETY-NINES, THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN PILOTS Female flyers flock together in aviation club--99s 6/11/87 p.37 NORGE Spirits soar [suburban landmark] 12/31/87 p.12 NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL. Nicklaus plan gets nod, name nibbles 2/5/87 p.9 Wynstone finally gets North Barrington address 2/26/87 p.25 Homeowners say NB is "annexation happy" 3/12/87 p 15 Saum's moving plans heat up trustees race 3/26/87 p.5 Wynstone home won't be permanent site 4/16/87 p.15 Nicklaus to withdraw school disannex plan 4/23/87 p.14 NB approves density decrease for Wynstone 4/30/87 p.18 Golden Bear leaves tracks in North Barrington 5/7/87 p 5 Nicklaus envisions a fine course at Wynstone 5/7/87 p.107 Wynstone gets initial approval to begin 10 model homes 6/25/87 p.96 NB takes over Scott Road 7/23/87 p.17 NB man [Steve Furuta] aces Las Vegas poker championship 12/10/87 p.100 NYE, JODY LYNN Success becoming a reality for a fantasy writer 12/3/87 p.113 OBSCENITY (LAW) Court voids adult business curbs 1/8/87 p.50 OFFUT, MIKE Physics makes phun when mixed with music 2/12/87 p.81 OCTAGON HOUSE Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.17 O'SHAUGNESSY, MIDGE Midge's dolls 7/30/87 p.85 PASTA IMPROMPTU Prayer prompts Impromptu name 3/12/87 p.92 PETERSON, JAMES Preservationist blends history and function 1/15/87 p.29 PETERSON, SHIRLEY After years of tears, doctor retires 7/2/87 p.17 PFLUECKE, JANET Piano teacher helps her pupils love music 8/27/87 p.42 PHOTOGRAPHERS Photos celebrate Barrington faces and places [Terri P. Tepper] 9/13/87 p.35 PHYSICS Physics makes phun when mixed with music 2/12/87 p.81 Real world is small order for young physicist 11/5/87 p.35 PODRAZIK, MAURA Designer has future on the drawing board 10/8/87 p.34 POLICE Female deputy quits, charges discrimination 2/5/87 p.5 Barrington police union agree on contract 6/13/87 p.5 POLLIN, PIERRE Perfectionist chef serves a rich slice of Paris 12/3/87 p.35 POMPER PROPERTY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Pomper hearing date changed 8/13/87 p.9 County ZBA votes no on Pomper land 10/15/87 p.8 POPLAR CREEK COURT (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Senior apartment plan pitched to county ZBA 8/20/87 p.5 Senior apartment plan gets zoning okay 10/29/87 p.19 PORNOGRAPHY Court voids county's adult business curbs 1/1/87 p.50 POSEY, TOM Tour Golf 4/30/87 p.71 PROFESSIONAL IMPACT Two help execs make right first impression 11/12/87 p.75 PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT Pro-life protestors picket Barrington doctor 5/28/87 p.12 RADON Radon tests don't find hot spots 10/1/87 p.106 RECON OPTICAL, INC. Recon profits down 60% due to Israeli dispute 1/15/87 p.16 Recon lensman sticks to percussion 2/12/87 p.75 RECYCLING (WASTE, ETC.) Group reviving plan for recycling program 11/19/87 p.9 REFLECTIONS Merrily Gow, owner 8/6/87 p.68 RICE, LYNN Touch of Amish 7/30/87 p.85 RISCHE FAMILY Rische's business is a family bluegrass affair 11/12/87 p.B1 ROADS Funding fear means Hough plan on hold 2/12/87 p.18 Annexation may make road issue moot 7/9/87 p.14 NB takes over Scott Road 7/23/67 p.17 Hough Street start delayed 7/23/87 p.5 Work set to begin next week [Hough Street] 6/6/37 p.5 Official asks change in emergency access roads 8/13/87 p.13 Construction crews hit Barrington's roads 8/13/87 p.5 Residents don't want lines in front yards 6/27/87 p.12 Accident prompts call for light on Rt. 59 9/10/87 p.5 Owner says road plans threaten her business 12/8/87 p.9 RON BEESE PARK Expansion eyed as parks okay mini-golf 4/30/87 p.9 Ron Beese Park master plan doesn't include soccer 5/21/87 p.12 Playing fields, theater in new park 8/13/87 p.20 New park plan set for hearing 11/12/87 p.11 ROSE, WILLIAM R. Fly-in keeps antiques flying 7/2/87 p.73 RUNAWAY YOUTH Runaways concern officials 7/23/87 p.79 RUPERT'S STAIN GLASS STUDIO Rupert's Stain Glass Studio 7/23/87 p.71 SACRED HEART (SCHOOL) Merge with St. Viator; new co-ed school to open this fall 11/15/87 p.63 SAFER FOUNDATION Barrington man offers ex-offenders a safer way 7/30/87 p.43 ST. ANNE SCHOOL Change asked in plan to close Chestnut Street 8/13/87 p.14 ST. JOHN'S CHURCH Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.11 ST. LEGER, JOHN Postal job legerdemain for handicapped man 7/23/87 p.33 ST. MARY'S CHURCH Suburban landmarks 12/31/37 p.14 ST. VIATOR (SCHOOL) Merge with Sacred Heart; new co-ed school to open this fall 1/15/87 p.63 SANITARY LANDFILLS County commissioners undecided on landfill 11/12/87 p.89 SANTA TERESITA Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.13 SARLO, PAT R. Hospice nurse 11/5/87 p.75 SCHERBAUM, ROBERT H. Killian Asset Management 4/9/87 p.66 SCHORR, JAMES F. Resident given honorary degree by Purdue University 8/27/87 p.42 SCOTT, JOHN B. President and Chief Operating Officer of Kemper Life Insurance Companies 6/4/87 p.67 SENDRA CORP. LB firm out, back in trouble over gun parts 1/29/87 p.20 Untried LB gun case goes to appellate court 7/23/87 p.12 SHICK, PAUL Ice is reel cool when you're hooked on fishing 1/5/87 p.69 SMITH, NANCY Shop owner donates quilt as fundraiser 8/6/87 p.37 SMITH, RICHARD C. Loopholes may permit Smith, Adco reversals 6/4/87 p.5 LB turns down Smith Clinic deadline change 6/18/87 p 5 LB and Smith return to court 7/2/87 p.19 LB balks on move to mix Smith, Adco 7/9/87 p.9 Smith obtains permit for clinic 9/13/87 p.24 LB officials flip-flop again on Smith Clinic 10/8/87 p.14 SOBY, PETER Friends rally round teen paralyzed in accident 8/20/87 p.9 Injured teen improves, fundraising underway 8/27/87 p.16 Harper gears up for fundraisers for student 11/19/87 p.20 SPELL Woman [Shirley Sullivan] pushes for proper use of language 6/18/87 p.86 SPRING CREEK VALLEY FOREST PRESERVE Officials miffed at farm funding process 2/26/87 p.5 Hearing slated on model farm 9/17/87 p.17 Location central issue in model farm proposal 9/24/87 p.5 S.S. DICKINSON SCHOOL Suburban landmarks 12/31/87 p.10 STARLIGHT FOUNDATION "Starlight" warms a small heart 5/28/87 p.14 STRATMORE FARMS Nature is boss of organic beef farm 9/10/87 p.33 SULLIVAN, SHIRLEY Woman pushes for proper use of language 6/18/87 p.86 SUNDANCE Kaye Denison and Nancy Horton, owners 12/24/87 p.55 SUNNY HILL SCHOOL District puzzled by cases of "Sunny Hill Flu" 3/12/87 p.5 Building shuttered as hunt for "flu" goes on 3/19/87 p.5 Tests won't come back until after school opens 3/26/87 p.14 Tests show nothing amiss at Sunny Hill 4/2/87 p.17 Parents divided over reading of "flu" data 4/16/87 p.5 Sunny Hill stays open, District 220 board says 4/23/87 p.5 "Sunny Hill Flu" issue infects PTO election 4/30/87 p.12 SWEENY, DON Couple thinks service is maid for success 4/16/87 p.33 SWEENY, JEAN Couple thinks service is maid for success 4/16/87p .33 TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL. Barrington levy could bring lower taxes 8/27/87 p.17 Parks ask more taxes, library levy also up 9/24/87 p.21 Schools hike tax levy 10/22/87 p.14 Schools to borrow; tax hike near 11/19/87 p.5 Schools set referendum on tax rate increase 12/17/87 p.5 TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL. Cook County real estate assessments for 1986 1/22/87 p.84 County tax bills up and out 7/30/37 p.5 County keeps taxes when paid twice 10/29/87 p.5 Property values; major taxpayers 11/19/87 p.8 TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL. Assessment changes 3/12/87 p.79 Roll for '87 10/22/87 p.121 TAXATION--LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL. LB sales tax revenue routed to other towns 7/30/87 p.9 TEEN LINE New teen hotline needs counselors 9/13/87 p.22 TEM-PRO, INC. Midge and Edward Bohlke, owners 7/2/87 p.62 TEPPER, TERRI P. Photos celebrate Barrington faces and places 9/13/67 p.35 THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB Residents near Thunderbird seek annexation 6/25/87 p.15 Barrington annexing golf course to "protect" homes from Palatine 7/16/87 p.5 Way clear for Thunderbird annex 7/23/87 p.8 Thunderbird wants in to Barrington 3/20/87 p.18 Thunderbird annex is slated for hearing 9/10/87 p.16 Thunderbird annex plan approved 10/1/87 p.9 TICHY, ROBERT L. Stationers move to retire at last 6/25/87 p.37 TOUCH OF AMISH Lynn Rice, owner 7/30/87 p.85 TOUR GOLF Tom Posey, owner 4/30/87 p.71 TRADE UNIONS Barrington police union agree on contract 6/13/87 p.5 TRAUTWEIN, JOHN Red Sox purchase Trautwein's contract 12/10/87 p.118 UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION Local activities set to celebrate Constitution 200th anniversary 8/13/87 p.25 Bicentennial 9/17/87 p.59 Barrington added to list of Constitution Bicentennial towns 11/12/87 p.19 U.S. FLAVORS AND FRAGRANCES Nose knows smell of success at flower factory 11/19/87 p.109 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Postal job legerdemain for handicapped man 7/23/87 p.33 USG Eugene B. Conolly, president 3/12/87 p.60 VERGOTH, MICHELLE Firm helps students find scholarship funds 3/5/87 p.54 WAGNER FEN (NATURE CENTER) August finds Wagner Fen with late summer gems 8/20/87 p.94 WALERIUS, MARNEY J. Horse is a horse even when small 9/13/87 p.84 WAR GAMES (CIVILIAN) Sheriff bans war games after resident protest 7/9/87 p.5 War games cease firing 7/30/87 p.16 WEALTH Area sneaking up on North Shore affluence 4/2/87 p.73 WEATHER Barrington area socked by storm 12/17/87 p.5 Getting plowed 12/17/87 p.20 WHEELS ON WHEELS Local firm transports physically challenged 2/19/87 p.62 WHITESELL, CHRIS Deer Park teen already wise in winning ways of moto-cross 1/8/87 p.27 WILLIAM H. MORRIS AND ASSOCIATES Morris opens consulting business 8/6/87 p.78 WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday evening club 9/17/87 p.41 WINE STORE Wine hobbyist fulfills grape expectations 7/9/87 p.83 WOMEN AIR PILOTS Female flyers flock together in aviation club--99s 6/11/87 p.37 WOODLAND SCHOOL Two renovated schools open 9/3/87 p.5 WOODSTOCK OPERA HOUSE Woodstock boasts a truly grand, old Opry 2/26/87 p.41 WREN HOUSE Shop owner donates quilt as fund raise 8/6/87 p.37 WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT) Nicklaus plan gets nod, name nibbles 2/5/87 p.9 Wynstone finally gets North Barrington address 2/26/87 p.25 Wynstone home won't be permanent site 4/16/87 p.15 Nicklaus to withdraw school disannex plan 4/23/87 p.14 NB approves density decrease for Wynstone 4/30/87 p.18 Golden Bear leaves tracks in North Barrington 5/7/87 p 5 Nicklaus envisions a fine course at Wynstone 5/7/87 p.107 Wynstone gets initial approval to begin 10 model homes 6/25/87 p.96 ZONING Senior apartment plan pitched to county ZBA 8/20/87 p.5 County ZBA votes no on Pomper land 10/15/87 p.8 Senior apartment plan gets zoning okay 10/29/87 p.19
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