ABBOUD, A. ROBERT
    Opens an area office  1/17/85 p.50

ACCIDENTS
    Crash injures one [Victoria Pennington]  6/27/85 p.5
    DUI accident in Palatine kills parents on holiday visit  7/11/85
        p.28
    Man [Walter Kramer] killed in crash  9/26/85 p.16
    Crash claims local resident [Charles Hollingsworth]  11/14/85
        p.22
    Crash kills one [Barbara Palamer]  12/5/85 p.12
    LBS man [Michael G. Nugent] dies in car crash  12/19/85
        p.19

AIELLO, RITA
    Graduation '85  6/6/85 p.68

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ENDODONTISTS
    Michael A. Heuer, president-elect  5/16/85 p.55

ANDERLIK, JAMES W.
    Elected president and CEO of Hawkey-Ankeny Bank and Trust,
        Ankeny Iowa  6/20/85 p.22

ANDERSON, EDWARD M.
    Florida extradition hearing awaits man charged with wife's
        murder in B. Hills  7/4/85 p.10
    B. Hills man waves Florida extradition  7/11/85 p.14
    July 24 hearing for murder suspect  7/18/85 p.66
    B. Hills man faces hearing  8/1/85 p.16
    B. Hills murder suspect to claim self defense  8/8/85 p.18

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    Office complex land annexed [Barrington]  5/16/85 p.17
    Officials of SB wary of MSD annex bill  6/6/85 p.10

ANNIVERSARIES
    Alice and Hank Lageschulte celebrate their golden
        occasion (pict.)  1/24/85 p.25
    Presbyterian Church of Barrington ready for silver
        celebration  4/18/85 p.104
    50th Wedding Anniversary of Ann and Kenneth English  6/6/85
        p.30
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Evans renew their wedding vows after
        50 years  9/5/85 p.24

ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)
    Arlington owner Duchossois: most stadium rumors wrong  8/8/85
        p.17

ARMED FORCES
    Vet [Roland Cote] gets belated Purple Heart  7/4/85 p.44

ART-N-STUFF
    Pat Barbee, owner  2/21/85 p.73

ARTISTS
    Hard work, rural values captured by watercolorist brush
        [Michael Barkman]  2/14/85 p.64
    Artist [C.L. Belschner] cooks up porcelain delights  8/8/85 p.19

AUTHORS
    Area B&B'er [Sandy Barker] co-authors unique B&B cookbook
        6/27/85 p.56
    Writing romance not always a passionate pursuit for Jan
        Milleaa  11/14/85 p.25
    Skewer of the suburbs, author Geist visits the suburbs  11/28/85
        p.62

BAER, KAY
    Kay Baer retires, but leaves a bit of herself at BHS  6/6/85
        p.71

BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE
    Baker's birds, herons, egrets rule roost at areas newest
        preserve  7/11/85 p.61

BANDS (MUSIC)
    Love of music, tradition bursts forth in new band
        [Barrington Community Band]  6/27/85 p.23

BARBEE, PAT
    Art-N-Stuff  2/21/85 p.73

BARD, NORMA M.
    Conchology  6/13/85 p.25

BARKER, SANDY
    Area B&B'er co-authors unique B&B cookbook  6/27/85
        p.56

BARKMAN, MICHAEL
    Hard work, rural values captured by watercolorist's brush
        2/14/85 p.64

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    Arts council director brings ring of success  8/15/85 p.19

BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    Gary Hines elected Chairman of Chamber  1/17/85 p.58
    Lydia Franz honored by Chamber for civic contributions
        10/3/85 p.11

BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
    Historical Society plans tribute to Main Street  5/16/85
        p.64
    Museum names first curator [Judy Bellafaire]  5/30/85 p.10

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Board puts ceiling on spending  5/16/85 p.16
    Library honors helpers  5/30/85 p.45
    Budget includes software loans  6/13/85 p.14
    BAL Treasurer's annual report  8/8/85 p.64
    Library to form long range plan  8/8/85 p.11
    Library levy down slightly  8/15/85 p.17
    Late night service eyed  10/17/85 p.16
    Friends' mark 10th year  11/7/85 p.18
    "Offended" - Letter to editor complaining about ID's for
        reference books  11/21/85 p.8

BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR SERVICES
    Seniors survey transit needs  8/1/85 p.11

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY BAND
    Love of music, tradition bursts forth in new band  6/27/85
        p.23
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    School Board has secret session on Slocum Contract  1/17/85
        p.13
    220, BSEO reach tentative accord  1/24/85 p.17
    At odds over office move plans  1/31/85 p.20
    Joint statement says board, Slocum working to see appropriate
        roles  1/31/65 p.12
    Ask curriculum change in English, business programs  2/7/85 p.13
    Office move plan stirs up debate  3/7/85 p.5
    School reforms get mixed reviews  3/7/85 p.14
    Lageschulte won't seek 2nd school board term  3/14/85 p.11
    No move to BHS for school chiefs  3/21/85 p.17
    8 seek caucus nod for November school vote  4/25/85 p.5
    Board may aid in curriculum plans  5/2/85 p.5
    School reform still uncertain  5/16/85 p.13
    The caucus: How much weight is behind its nod  5/30/85 p.5
    Referendum talks intensify  6/6/85 p.5
    Teacher union plans for strike  6/6/85 p.5
    Teacher's union notifies labor board contract to expire
        within 90 days  6/13/85 p.10
    Final vote tonight on new school pact  9/12/85 p.5
    Newly ratified teacher accord hikes budget to $26 million
        9/19/85 p.12
    New school jobs aimed at relieving overcrowding  10/24/85 p.9
    Slocum gets 7% raise but contract renewal delayed  10/31/85 p.10
    Caucus gives the edge to Dist. 220 hopefuls  11/7/85 p.5
    Financial statement for fiscal period '84-'85  11/7/85 p.86
    Retiring board members set full agenda for successors  11/4/85
        p.10
    Hough School design okayed  12/19/85 p.12
    Slocum rehired  12/19/85 p.5

BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
    Annual Budget  7/25/85 p.78

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Ask curriculum changes in English and business programs  2/7/85
        p.13
    Kay Baer retires, but leaves a bit of herself at BHS  6/6/85
        p.71

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    BH to still fight Expo plan  1/24/85 p.17
    Last court date on Poplar accord  1/31/85 p.10
    Fight Expo  1/31/85 p.16
    Barrington Hills declines in income ranking  2/28/85 p.15
    Final Poplar suit settlement inked  3/21/85 p.20
    Cost BH for suit $70,000 [Poplar Creek Music Theatre, Inc.]
        3/28/85 p.61
    Barrington may help fund study on Expo  4/18/85 p.24
    Hills decides to keep board off Expo committee  8/1/85 p.14
    Statement of cash and security balances as of April 30, 1985
        8/8/85 p.63

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Village shops for developer for downtown  1/3/85 p.5
    Look back at year that was  1/3/85 p.11
    Candidates file for village board race  1/17/85 p.5
    Chamber letter critical of village's TIF action  1/17/85 p.5
    New traffic revisions for N.E. neighborhood  1/24/85 p.18
    3 yr. works project aimed at water system  2/7/85 p.5
    Budget draft shows small hike  2/28/85 p.5
    S.W. traffic report outlines measured responses  2/28/85 p.5
    Nelson takes top spot by 338 votes  4/4/65 p.5
    Office complex land annexed  5/16/85 p.17
    Water plan gets final OK  6/27/85 p.5
    County has village in mind for low-income housing sites  7/18/85
        p.12
    Village of Barrington annual Treasurer's report for the fiscal
        year  8/8/85 p.62
    Blue bird of pride comes home to roost: Village erects 46
        Barrington banners  9/26/85 p.5
    Village aims at housing plan  10/3/85 p.5
    Officials boost water referendum  10/10/85 p.5
    Officials say iron test safe for drinking water  11/7/85 p.12
    All rosy with water: No red in water  11/14/85 p.22

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    Area writers hone talents with 2nd "Whetstone"  3/14/85 p.23
    Linda Walvoord Girand, author of new books: "My Body is
        Private" and "Who is a stranger and what should I do"
            4/25/85 p.15

BARRINGTON, ILL.--GROWTH
    Barrington booms  7/25/85 p.5
    Official reaction warm to growth  7/25/85 p.12

BARRINGTON9 ILL.--HISTORY
    Historic district  5/30/85 p.5

BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB
    After 60 years, Lions, DeBolt still raise hopes with funds
        11/28/85 p.11

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Park stand cost could reach $100,000  1/31/85 p.15

BARRINGTON PLACE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Ceas launches new complex  12/26/85 p.53

BARRINGTON PRESS
    Barrington Press sold to North Shore group  9/5/85 p.5
    Pioneer buy of Barrington Press finished  11/14/85 p.13

BARRINGTON ROTARY BREAKFAST CLUB
    Car dealer [Larry Marquardt] gives boost to Rotary's Mexican
        effort  4/25/85 p.49
    Jerry Piper to lead in 25th year  6/20/85 p.55
    Rotary...25 and counting  9/26/85 p.12

BARRINGTON TOASTMASTERS
    Mark club's first year  6/13/85 p.33

BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICE
    Fuller to leave; BYS to name new director  4/18/85 p.19
    New head, Larry Bennett  5/16/85 p.10
    Youth group announces new officers  5/30/85 p.53
    Georgette Bloom, counselor  10/10/85 p.20
    Mary Halberg, counselor  10/10/85 p.20

BEATRICE FOODS
    Beatrice not decided on S.B. location  8/1/85 p.16
    New captain, same course for Beatrice  8/8/85 p.18

BEATRICE HOME PRODUCTS
    James A. Fischer, president  3/21/85 p.63

BELLAFAIRE, JUDY
    Curator of Barrington Museum  5/30/85 p.10

BELSCHMER, C.L.
    Artist cooks up porcelain delights  8/8/85 p.19

BENNETT, LARRY
    New head of Barrington Youth Service  5/16/85 p.10

BENSON, LAWRENCE
    Judge dismisses Schimpf suit  1/24/85 p.19
    Officer to appeal suspension to police board  3/14/85 p.11
    Suspended officer asks for continued hearing  3/21/85 p.13
    Schimpf files new suit  4/11/85 p.19
    Police Sgt. drops bid to appeal suspension  4/18/85 p.20
    Police Sgt. suspended again  5/2/85 p.10
    Benson hearings delayed  6/20/85 p.11
    Benson suspension hearing continues  7/11/85 p.11
    Documents may be excluded in police suspension case
        7/18/85 p.10
    Cop awaits penalty after guilty vote  9/26/85 p.5
    Benson case cost $23,200  10/10/85 p.5

BICOUVARIS, JIM
    De Michel Deluxe Cleaners  7/11/85 p.47

BIERMAN, JANICE
    Meet the one who metes out traffic justice  12/26/85 p.47

BLONAR MEDICAL CLINIC
    Medical clinic owner sues to get zoning change  5/2/85 p.9

BLOOM, GEORGETTE
    BYS counseling  10/10/85 p.20

BOBACK, BIANCHI & SIMKO LTD.
    Law firm opens new local office  7/25/85 p.51

BOBERG, HAROLD
    Opens new clinic  2/28/85 p.52

BROWN'S FRIED CHICKEN (RESTAURANT)
    New restaurant  6/27/85 p.53

BURD, ANDY
    Filmmaker (pict.)  5/2/85 p.68

BUSINESS
    Eight Barrington execs on "Fortunate 100" list (Crain's
        Chicago Business)  5/16/85 p.51

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Obligee; Kimberley Spier Miller, owner  1/31/85 p.44
    The Studio: new center for culture and exercise  1/31/85 p.44
    Splash; Jim & Suzanne Lundmark, owners  2/7/85 p.60
    Art-N-Stuff; Pat Barbee, owner  2/21/85 p.73
    Steppin' Out; Arleen Negman, owner  2/21/85 p.73
    Creative Care Children's Center will open mid-March  3/7/85 p.52
    Local Chevrolet dealership bought by Faul  4/25/85 p.51
    Colonial Antiques; Lee Muts, owner  5/23/85 p.64
    Goodies, Inc.; Judy Mauer, owner  5/23/85 p.61
    De Michael Deluxe Cleaners; Jim Bicouvaris, owner  7/11/85 p.47
    Boback, Bianchi & Sinko Ltd.  7/25/85 p.51
    Party Parade; Richard & Judy Janney, owners  8/1/85 p.5
    Jane's Kitchen Appliances; Jane Ruderick, owner  8/22/85 p.62
    S&L Distributors; Steve & Linda Smith, owners  9/12/85 p.50
    V'Lou; Velma Hoyt, owner  9/12/85 p.50

BYFIELD, ERNEST
    Countryside retreat echoes bygone days of Byfield  3/21/85 p.75

CABLE TELEVISION
    Cable hike to be delayed  3/14/85 p.17
    Centel asking for fee hike  10/31/85 p.26

CENTEL CABLE TELEVISION OF ILLINOIS
    Cable hike to be delayed  3/14/85 p.17
    Asking for fee hike  10/31/85 p.26

CHICAGO DENTAL SOCIETY
    Jesse E. Soltis, president North Suburban branch  6/6/85 p.52

CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY OF BARRINGTON
    Johnson installed as new pastor of church  8/22/85 p.82

CHURCH, CLYDE L.
    Town leader Church dies  12/19/85 p.10

CLEARBROOK CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED
    Tichits fumbled but Clearbrook recovers  1/17/85 p.20

COLONIAL ANTIQUES
    Lee Muts, owner  5/23/85 p.64

COLTERJOHN, ZENA
    Her talents span centuries (pict.)  5/2/85 p.21

COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER (STATUE)
    Statue goes to Ohio  5/2/85 p.17

COMMANDOS
    Commando wins juvenile trial  1/17/85 p.22
    County judge says 2 should be tried as juveniles  1/31/85 p.17
    Five Commandos to get juvenile trials  2/28/85 p.12

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Village shops for developer for downtown  1/3/85 p.5

CONCHOLOGISTS
    Conchology [Norma M. Bard]  6/13/85 p.25

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    Builder may give [Deer Park] land to conservation group  1/24/85
        p.16

COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Local taxing bodies ask for 12% higher levies  1/24/85 p.20

COTE, ROLAND
    Vet gets belated Purple Heart  7/4/85 p.44

CRAIN'S CHICAGO BUSINESS
    Eight Barrington execs on "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

CREATIVE CARE CHILDREN'S CENTER
    Will open mid-March; Francis, Marla and Bob Sandkam, owners
        3/7/85 p.52

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Commando wins juvenile trial  1/17/85 p.22
    Local man [Steven P. Sanderson] charged in car theft  1/17/85
        p.69
    Guilty verdict in case of kidnap, sex offenses [Dennis Holveck]
        1/31/85 p.10
    County judge says 2 [Commandos] should be tried as juveniles
        1/31/85 p.17
    Hills man who threatened Reagan released after being quizzed by
        Secret Service  2/7/85 p.16
    Bank officer [Robert Gephart] implicated in embezzlement inquiry
        2/21/85 p.5
    Robert Krilich hit with drug charges in driver's license scheme
        2/21/85 p.18
    Man [William L. Smarto] convicted in bank box heist  2/28/85
        p.11
    Five Commandos to get juvenile trials  2/28/85 p.12
    Barrington man (Robert Krilich] pleads innocent to drug charges
        2/28/85 p.18
    Robert Krilich arrested on still more drug charges  3/7/85 p.11
    Bond hiked, lowered for Robert Krilich  3/14/85 p.12
    Molester's cellmate tells of death threat [Dennis Holveck]
        3/21/85 p.10
    Child molester [Dennis Holveck] gets 25 year sentence  3/28/85
        p.22
    B. Hills arrest rape suspect [Willie O'Neal Thompson]  4/25/85
        p.64
    Officer [Robert Gephart] named in bank case  6/6/85 p.5
    Bank robber [William L. Smarto] delivers loot, seeks lighter
        jail term  1/20/85 p.5
    Robert Gephardt enters guilty plea in FNB embezzlement case
        6/20/85 p.5
    Feds seek Tower Lakes man [Muzzamil Niazi] after fraud
        indictment  6/20/85 p.17
    Florida extradition hearing awaits man [Edward M. Anderson]
        charged with wife's murder in B. Hills  7/4/85 p.10
    B. Hills man [Edward M. Anderson] waives Florida extradition
        7/11/85 p.14
    July 24 hearing for murder suspect [Edward M. Anderson]
        7/18/85 p.66
    Gephart sentencing delayed  8/1/85 p.14
    B. Hills man [Edward M. Anderson] faces hearing  8/1/85 p.16
    Robbers push lady [Cathy Cyborski] to cops  8/1/65 p.72
    BH murder suspect [Edward M. Anderson] to claim self defense
        8/8/85 p.18
    Police misfire in search for mystery gunman  8/15/85 p.5
    Delayed audit stalls pay-back plan for former exec [Robert
        Gephart]  9/12/85 p.5
    Area man charged in scheme  10/3/85 p.5
    Hills man [Scott Gohl] arrested on drug charges  10/3/85 p.49
    Man [Robert W. Schofestall] charged in abuse case  10/10/85 p.9
    Man [Arthur G. Lyle] sentenced in tax case  10/24/85 p.55
    Police arrest two on drug charges  10/31/85 p.65
    Man [Brian C. Daleske] charged with theft of equipment  11/21/85
        p.78
    Judge gives robber [William L. Smarto] last chance to return
        loot  12/5/85 p.12

CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    List of rates, Cuba and Ela townships  4/25/85 p.16
    Cuba Twp. decides to buy building  6/13/85 p.12
    County board settles on lines for Ela, Cuba Twp. precincts
        7/18/85 p.10
    Official assessment list  9/19/85 p.74
    Property tax  11/14/85 p.78

CYBORSKI, CATHY
    Robbers push lady to cops  8/1/85 p.72

DALESKE, BRIAN C.
    Man charged with theft of equipment  11/21/85 p.78

DEBOLT, JAMES H.
    After 60 years, Lions, DeBolt still raise hopes with funds
        11/28/85 p.11

DEER GROVE FOREST PRESERVE
    Police misfire in search for mystery gunman  8/15/85 p.5

DE MICHEL DELUXE CLEANERS
    Jim Bicouvari opens new business  7/11/85 p.47

DIERINGER, HENRY W.
    Jurist Dieringer dies at 75  9/5/85 p.14

DRUG ABUSE
    Problems of teen chemical abuse [Insight]  5/23/85 p.5
    Word gets around [Insight]  5/23/85 p.5

DUCHOSSOIS, RICHARD
    Arlington owner Duchossois: Most stadium rumors wrong
        8/8/85 p.17

EDUCATION
    Education spotlight reform moves into Springfield spotlight
        4/18/85 p.12

ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Lists of tax rates, Cuba and Ela townships  4/25/85 p.16
    County board settles on lines for Ela, Cuba Twp. precincts
        7/18/85 p.10

ELECTIONS
    April elections in Barrington area  1/24/85 p.10
    Elections 1985  3/28/85 p.14

ENGLISH, ANN
    50th wedding anniversary  6/6/85 p.30

ENGLISH, KENNETH
    50th wedding anniversary  6/6/85 p.30

ESTES, JOSEPH
    Estes marks 50 Haeger years  6/13/85 p.68

EVANS, ROBERT C.
    They renew their wedding vows after 50 years  9/5/85 p.24

EXPO PARK
    BH to still fight Expo plan  1/24/85 p.17
    BH fights Expo  1/31/85 p.16
    Barrington may help fund study on Expo  4/18/85 p.24
    Hills decides to keep board off Expo committee  8/1/85 p.14

FAUL, LARRY
    Local Chevrolet dealership bought by Faul  4/25/85 p.51

FIREARMS
    1 in 5 own guns here  1/17/85 p.5

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON
    Bank bought by Harris  1/3/85 p.5
    Man convicted in bank box heist  2/28/85 p.11
    Officer [Robert Gephart] named in bank case  6/6/85 p.5
    Robert Gephart enters guilty plea in FNB embezzlement case
        6/20/85 p.5
    Smarto delivers loot  6/20/85 p.5
    Gephart sentencing delayed  8/1/85 p.14
    Purchase of First National Bank completed  8/8/85 p.52

FISCHER, JAMES A.
    President of the Beatrice Home Products Division  3/21/85
        p.63

FITZPATRICK, JOHN P.
    President and General Manager of General Electric Credit
        Auto Lease, Inc.  6/6/85 p.53

FLUID FERTILIZER FOUNDATION
    R.L. Schmidt elected president  2/14/85 p.48

FORSBERG, THEODORE J.
    Forsberg will represent family of woman killed in gas shut-
        off  1/31/85 p.10
    Forsberg will seek to keep party post  11/14/85 p.15

FRANZ, LIDIA
    Honored by Chamber for civic contributions  10/3/85 p.11

GALVIN, ROBERT W.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

GEIST, WILLIAM E.
    Skewer of the suburbs, author Geist visits the suburbs
        11/28/85 p.62

GENERAL ELECTRIC CREDIT AUTO LEASE, INC.
    John P. Fitzpatrick, president and general manager  6/6/85
        p.53

GENTILE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
    Joseph Gentile Chrysler Plymouth; formerly Grant Motors
        6/27/85 p.52

GEPHART, ROBERT
    Bank officer implicated in embezzlement inquiry  2/21/85
        p.5
    Officer named in bank case  6/6/85 p.5
    Enters guilty plea in FNB embezzlement case  6/20/85 p.5
    Gephart sentencing delayed  8/1/85 p.14
    Delayed audit stalls pay back plan for former exec.
        9/12/85 p.5

GIRARD, LINDA WALVOORD
    Author of new books: "My body is private" and "Who is a
        stranger and what should I do"  4/25/85 p.15

GOHL, SCOTT
    Hills man arrested on drug charges  10/3/85 p.49

GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Elgin firm close to triangle deal  4/18/85 p.14
    Goltra adds triangle land  2/21/85 p.18
GOLTRA FOUNDATION
    Goltra adds Triangle land  2/21/85 p.18

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    Hospital to build emergency room heliport  4/18/85 p.22
    Sittler resigns  9/19/85 p.10
    Regional exec. named to top Good Shepherd post  10/24/85
        p.5

GOODIES INC.
    Judy Mauer, owner  5/23/85 p.61

GRANT MOTORS
    Joseph Gentile Chrysler Plymouth, formerly Grant Motors
        6/27/85 p.52

GRIMM, LILY PHILLIPS
    Celebrates 100 birthday  9/19/85 p.30

HAEGER POTTERIES
    Estes marks 50 Haeger years  6/13/85 p.68

HALBERG, MARY
    BYS counseling  10/10/85 p.20

HALVORSEN, JACK R.
    President of Patent Law Association  3/28/85 p.71

HANDICAPPED
    Tichits fumbled but Clearbrook recovers  1/17/85 p.20

HARPER COLLEGE
    Tax vote slated Tuesday  2/21/85 p.20
    Former trustee applies for Harper vacancy  4/11/85 p.17
    Sixteen vie for Harper spot  4/18/85 p.13
    Court throws out libel suit  11/31/85 p.14

HARRIS BANKCORP, INC.
    First National Bank of Barrington bought out by Harris
        1/3/85 p.5
    Purchase of First National Bank completed  8/8/85 p.52

HEUER, MICHAEL A.
    President-Elect, American Assn. of Endodontists  5/16/85
        p.55

HICKS, JIM
    Teacher cited for excellence  5/2/85 p.12

HINES, GARY
    Elected chairman of Chamber  1/17/85 p.58

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
    Historic district  5/30/85 p.5

HOLLINGSWORTH, CHARLES
    Crash claims local resident  11/14/85 p.22

HOLVECK, DENNIS
    Guilty verdict in case of kidnap, sex offenses  1/31/85 p.10
    Molester's cellmate tells of death threat  3/21/85 p.10
    Child molester gets 25 year sentence  3/28/85 p.22

HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH
    New 16 acre Catholic church approved for Inverness site  4/11/85
        p.66
    Prelate plans to bless site of new church  6/6/85 p.16
    Cardinal blesses land of future church (cover picture)  6/13/85
        p.70

HOMEOWNERS ORGANIZED TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
    HOPE will join Smith suit  4/11/85 p.49

HORSLEV, BETH
    Graduation '85  6/6/85 p.69

HOSPICES (TERMINAL CARE)
    Steps up fund raising efforts  2/7/85 p.53
    On track with training fund efforts  4/11/85 p.20
    Ready to select volunteers  7/11/85 p.16

HOUGH STREET SCHOOL
    District plans to enlarge school  4/11/85 p.15
    Addition cost could reach 338,000 mark  5/23/85 p.18
    Design contest set for Hough addition  6/20/85 p.10
    Cost escalates to above $425,000  8/1/85 p.18
    Hough School design okayed  12/19/85 p.12

HOUSING
    County has village in mind for low-income housing sites  7/18/85
        p.12
    Village aims at housing plan  10/3/85 p.5

HOYT, VELMA
    V'Lou  9/12/85 p.50

HUFF, EVERETT
    He's buttoning down to a collection of history (picture)
        5/2/85 p.41

HUMANA HOSPITAL
    David Klein, executive director  12/12/85 p.88

ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE ADMINISTRATIVE COUNSELORS
    Sam Perpitch, president  6/6/85 p.52

INSIGHT
    Problems of teen chemical abuse  5/23/85 p.5
    Word gets around  5/23/85 p.5

J.T.'S GENERAL STORE
    J.T.'s trying to buy Park Corp. from Jewel  1/24/85 p.16

JACOBS, HARRIS CALVIN
    Area man charged in scheme  10/3/85 p.5

JANE'S KITCHEN APPLIANCES
    Jane Roderick, owner  8/22/85 p.62

JANNEY, RICHARD
    Party Parade  8/1/65 p.56

JANNEY, JUDY
    Party Parade  8/1/85 p.56

JAYCEES
    John Loomis spearheads Jaycee awakening (pict.)  5/2/85
        p.28
JEWEL FOOD STORES
    J.T.'s trying to buy Park Corp. from Jewel  1/24/85 p.16
    Park Corporation, former Jewel subsidiary  5/9/85 p.66

JOSEPH GENTILE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
    Formerly Grant Motors  6/27/85 p.52

KATZEL, JANET
    Teacher cited for excellence  5/2/85 p.12

KLEIN, DAVID
    Executive director of Humana Hospital  12/12/85 p.88

KLEIN, FRED
    DUI accident in Palatine kills parents on holiday visit  7/11/85
        p.28

KLEIN, REBECCA
    DUI accident in Palatine kills parents on holiday visit  7/11/85
        p.28

KLINGENBERG, BILL
    Historian Klinqenberg gives taste of old school  11/21/85 p.21

KNAUSS, D.L.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

KNOBLOCH, MANDY
    Frail body can't dim a courageous spirit  11/28/85 p.22

KOENIG, STAN
    After years of big plans Koenig heeds wild's call  1/24/85 p.78

KRAMER, WALTER
    Man killed in crash  9/26/85 p.16

KREFT, ELLA E.
    90th birthday heralded  2/21/85 p.62

KRILICH, ROBERT
    Hit with drug charges, indicted in driver's license scheme
        2/21/85 p.18
    Barrington man pleads innocent to drug charges  2/28/85 p.18
    Arrested on still more drug charges  3/7/85 p.11
    Bond hiked, lowered  3/14/85 p.12

LAGESCHULTE, ALICE
    Celebrates her and Hank's golden occasion (pict.)  1/24/85
        p.25

LAGESCHULTE, HANK
    Celebrates his and Alice's golden occasion (pict.)  1/24/85
        p.25

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Clerks office may be in store for Wenecke estate  1/31/85 p.12
    HOPE will join Smith suit  4/11/85 p.49

LAKE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY
    County has village in mind for low-income housing sites  7/18/85
        p.12

LAND USE
    Builder may give [Deer Park] land to conservation group  1/24/85
        p.16

LARSON, LARRY
    Recon Optical CEO is on a high tech mission  7/11/85 p.46

LAST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON
    Restaurant loses liquor license  5/2/85 p.17
    License denied in bill dispute  6/13/85 p.5
    Officials hope for restaurant  6/27/85 p.5

LATCHKEY CHILDREN
    Two new programs address needs of area latchkey kids  8/15/85
        p.14

LIQUID CARBONIC SPECIALTY GAS CORP.
    John H. Trautwein, president  2/14/85 p.48

LIQUOR LAWS
    Restaurant [Last National Bank of Barrington] loses liquor
        license  5/2/85 p.17
    License denied in bill dispute [Last National Bank of
        Barrington]  6/13/85 p.5

LOGAN, JOSEPH ANDREW
    Fund for grad established  1/31/85 p.53
    School honors former student with book set  10/24/85 p.57

LOOMIS, JOHN
    Spearheads Jaycee awakening (pict.)  5/2/85 p.28

LUNDMARK, JIM
    Splash  2/7/85 p.60

LUNDMARK, SUSAN
    Splash  2/7/85 p.60

LYLE, ARTHUR G.
    Man sentenced in tax case  10/24/85 p.55

MACDUGAL, GARY E.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

MALCOM, ANDREW
    Canadian charm beckons local man of the Times  4/18/85 p.25

MARQUARDT, LARRY
    Car dealer gives boost to Rotary's Mexican effort  4/25/85
        p.49

MASBAUM, JOHN C.
    Police arrest two on drug charges  10/31/85 p.65

MAUER, JUDY
    Goodies, Inc.  5/23/85 p.61

MEALS ON WHEELS
    The volunteers deliver  4/11/85 p.21

METROPOLITAN SANITARY DISTRICT
    Officials of SB wary of MSD annex bill  6/6/85 p.10

MILLEAA, JAN
    Writing romance not always a passionate pursuit  11/14/85
        p.25
MILLER, KIMBERLY SPIER
    Obligee  1/31/85 p.44

MIRS, LEE A.
    Man found shot in garage  11/7/85 p.14

MORAN, JAMES, REV.
    A renaissance man  3/21/85 p.23

MORRISON, GLENN
    The music, not the money makes jazz group flow  5/30/85
        p.19

MORSE, MICHAEL J.
    DUI accident in Palatine kills parents on holiday visit
        7/11/85 p.28

MOTOR WERKS OF BARRINGTON
    Officials vow to keep in town  4/11/85 p.5
    Motor Werks has plan for move  7/4/85 p.5
    Unveils plan for auto supermart  12/19/85 p.5

NEAL, ROB
    Graduation '85  6/6/85 p.68

NEGMAN, ARLEEN
    Steppin' out  2/21/85 p.73

NELSON, DAVID
    Village president by 338 votes  4/4/85 p.5

NELSON, MARTHA D.
    100th birthday brings remembrances of Candy Lady  7/4/85 p.19

NIAZI, MUZZAMIL
    Feds seek Tower Lakes man after fraud indictment  6/20/85 p.17

NIKE (MISSILE SITE)
    NIKE site again for sale  10/17/85 p.5
    Lake Co. agrees to sell former NIKE site  11/21/85 p.5

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Conflict of interest law adopted  3/28/65 p.72
    Draper case takes turn favoring N.B.  5/2/85 p.11
    Saum resigns post  5/30/85 p.17

NUGENT, MICHAEL G.
    LBS man dies in car crash  12/19/85 p.19

OBLIGEE
    Kimberly Spier Miller, owner  1/31/85 p.44

OBSCENITY (LAW)
    Shops closed by new laws pending appeals  3/28/85 p.12

O'CONNOR, JAMES J.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

OLIVER, SAM
    Sam Oliver takes on new assignment  11/7/85 p.25

O'SHAUGHNESSY, MIDGE
    Doll doctor  5/30/85 p.54

PALAMER, BARBARA
    Crash kills one  12/5/85 p.12

PARK CORPORATION
    J.T.'s trying to buy Park Corp. from Jewel  1/24/85 p.16
    Former Jewel subsidiary  5/9/85 p.66

PARTY PARADE
    Judy and Richard Janney, owners  8/1/85 p.56

PATENT LAW ASSOCIATION
    Jack R. Halvorsen, president  3/28/85 p.71

PAYTON, WALTER
    Payton to get box back  12/12/85 p.18

PEISKER, FREDERICK
    Hanging death accidental  6/13/85 p.80

PENA, EDWARD T.
    BH man who threatened Reagan released after being quizzed by
        Secret Service  2/7/85 p.16

PENNINGTON, VICTORIA
    Crash injures one  6/27/85 p.5

PERPITCH, SAM
    Pres. of Ill. Assn. of College Admin. Counselors  6/6/85 p.52

PETERSEN, J. ALLAN
    Building family closeness no small affair: expert  9/26/85 p.21

PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Love of his art clicks for famous photographer [Joseph
        Scherschel]  3/7/85 p.19

PIONEER PRESS
    Barrington Press sold to north shore group  9/15/85 p.5
    Pioneer buy of Barrington Press finished  11/14/85 p.13

PIPER, LEO G. (JERRY)
    Jerry Piper to lead Rotary in 25th year  6/20/85 p.55
    Barrington advertising manager named IPA president-elect
        12/26/85 p.42

PODOLNER, MARK
    Father, teacher plans local pitch  5/23/85 p.14

POLICE
    Judge dismisses Schimpf suit  1/24/85 p.19
    Officer [Lawrence Benson] to appeal suspension to police board
        3/14/85 p.11
    Suspended officer [Lawrence Benson] asks for continued hearing
        3/21/85 p.13
    Schimpf files new suit  4/11/85 p.19
    Police Sgt. [Lawrence Benson] drops bid to appeal suspension
        4/18/85 p.20
    Police Sgt. [Lawrence Benson] suspended again  5/2/85 p.10
    Benson hearings delayed  6/20/85 p.11
    Benson suspension hearing continues  7/11/85 p.11
    Documents may be excluded in police suspension case  7/18/85
        p.10
    Police misfire in search for mystery gunman in Deer Grove Forest
        Preserve  8/15/85 p.5
    Cop [Lawrence Benson] awaits penalty after guilty vote  9/26/85
        p.5
    Benson case cost $23,200  10/10/85 p.5
    Officer Scalero harasses alleges Derrig  10/17/85 p.5
    Meet the one who [Janice Bierman] metes out traffic justice
        12/26/85 p.47

PONTIKES, KENNETH N.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC.
    Final Poplar suit settlement inked  3/21/85 p.20
    Cost BH for suit $70,000  3/28/85 p.61

PORNOGRAPHY
    Two picket 7-Eleven store  1/17/85 p.12

POWERS, MARTIN
    Local moviemakers shoot for the big time  7/18/65 p.31

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON
    Ready for silver celebration  4/18/85 p.104

PRICE, MARGARET
    Local democrat to challenge Friedland  9/19/85 p.5

RECON OPTICAL, INC.
    Larry Larson, CEO, is on a high tech mission  7/11/85 p.46
    Breaks ground for addition  8/22/85 p.62

RITTMASTER, ROBERT
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

ROACH, BRANDON
    Former poster child dies  10/24/85 p.69

ROADS
    Some residents oppose N.E. traffic flow  1/31/85 p.5
    ICC derail crossing [Garfield Street]  4/18/85 p.14
    Historical Society plans tribute to Main Street  5/16/85 p.64
    Village weighs compromise for Hough widening  5/23/85 p.5
    Tentative okay on widening of Hough Street  5/30/85 p.13
    Citizens, officials agree Rt. 53 extension needed  12/26/85 p.14

RODERICK, JANE
    Jane's Kitchen Appliances  8/22/85 p.62

RYKOFF, DEBORAH
    She's a champ at pulling reins on neighsayers  7/25/85 p.21

S & L DISTRIBUTERS
    Steve and Linda Smith, owners  9/12/85 p.50

SANDERSON, STEVEN P.
    Local man charged in car theft  1/7/85 p.69

SANDKAM, BOB
    Creative Care Children's center will open mid-March  3/7/85 p.52

SANDKAM, FRANCIS
    Creative Care Children's Center will open mid-March  3/7/85 p.52

SANDKAM, MARLA
    Creative Care Children's Center will open mid-March  3/7/85 p.52
SCHERSCHEL, JOSEPH
    Love of his art clicks for famous photographer  3/7/85 p.19

SCHMIDT, R.L.
    Elected president of Fluid Fertilizer Foundation  2/14/85 p.48

SCHOFFSTALL, ROBERT W.
    Man charged in abuse case  10/10/85 p.9

SCHIMPF, THOMAS
    Judge dismisses Schimpf suit  1/24/85 p.19
    Schimpf files new suit  4/11/85 p.19

SCHURECHT, DAYANNE
    Designer finds comfort in couture  12/5/85 p.16

SEMLA, FAITH
    Having faith in the young is key to Semla's success  6/6/85 p.11

7-ELEVEN
    Two picket 7-Eleven Store  1/17/85 p.12

SITTLER, WILLIAM
    Seeing his mission fulfilled, Sittler resigns from hospital
        9/19/85 p.10

SMART0, WILLIAM L.
    Man convicted in bank box heist  2/28/85 p.11
    Bank robber delivers loot, seeks lighter jail term  6/20/85 p.5
    Judge gives robber last chance to return loot  12/5/85 p.12

SMITH, LINDA
    S & L Distributors  9/12/85 p.50

SMITH, STEVE
    S & L Distributors  9/12/85 p.50

SOLTIS, JESSE E.
    President of North Suburban Branch of Chicago Dental Society
        6/6/85 p.52

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Tunes out satellite dishes  1/17/85 p.10
    Officials of S.B. wary of MSD annex bill  6/6/85 p.10
    Annual report 84-85  6/27/85 p.70
    Annual appropriation ordinance of the Village of South
        Barrington  7/18/85 p.72

SPLASH
    Jim & Suzanne Lundmark, owners  2/7/85 p.60

SPRING CREEK VALLEY FOREST PRESERVE
    County may build model farm in Spring Creek Preserve  9/9/65
        p.16

STEPPIN' OUT
    Arleen Negman, owner  2/21/85 p.73

STONE, W. CLEMENT
    Golf course plan for Stone land  11/7/85 p.16

STUDIO
    New center for culture and exercise  1/31/85 p.44

TAX INCREMENT FINANCING (TIF)
    Village adds $1 million to aid business relocation  2/14/85 p.3
    Johnson withdraws candidacy  2/14/85 p.17
    Board blesses TIF  2/14/85 p.3
    Tab still $100,000 and running  3/14/85 p.5
    11th hour vote switches to kill development plan  3/14/85 p.5
    Voters will have say on future  1/24/85 p.5
    Woodsome vies for post  3/7/85 p.5

TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Local taxing bodies ask 12% higher levies  1/24/85 p.20
    Tax official says assessments out of line in Cook County
        9/12/85 p.11

TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Property tax  11/14/86 p.78

TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    List of rates, Cuba and Ela Township  4/25/85 p.16

TEACHERS
    Teacher [Janet Katzel] cited for excellence  5/2/85 p.12
    Teacher [Jim Hicks) cited for excellence  5/2/85 p.12
    Kay Baer retires, but leaves a bit of herself at BHS  6/6/85
        p.71

TEPPER, TERRI P.
    Local businesses go to bat on the homefront  9/5/85 p.10

THOMPSON, WILLIE O'NEAL
    B. Hills arrest rape suspect  4/25/85 p.64

TRAFFIC FLOW
    New traffic revisions for N.E. neighborhood  1/24/85 p.18
    Some residents oppose N.E. traffic flow  1/31/85 p.5
    SW traffic report outlines measured responses  2/28/85 p.5

TRAUTWEIN, JOHN H.
    President of Liquid Carbonic Specialty Gas Corp.  2/14/85 p.48

TROMBLEE, JUDY
    Where walls teem with texture, Tromblee's there  6/20/85 p.19

TURNER, DONALD L., REV.
    Priest ordained in October  11/7/85 p.30

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    South Grove is site of the new post office  2/14/85 p.13
    June date for post facility in Barrington Commons  4/11/85 p.16
    With no documents on hand, officials approve postal plan
        11/28/85 p.10
    Still no plans filed, but village ok's post office  12/12/85
        p.16

VENEGAS, RAUL S.
    Police arrest two on drug charges  10/31/85 p.65

VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL
    Trustee wants Vietnam memorial in village  6/27/85 p.10

V'LOU
    Velma Hoyt, owner  9/12/85 p.50

WATER SUPPLY
    Three year works project aimed at water system  2/7/85 p.5
    Water plan gets final ok  6/27/85 p.5
    Officials boost water referendum  10/10/85 p.5
    Officials say iron test safe for drinking water  11/7/85 p.12
    All rosy with test; no red in water  11/14/85 p.22

WE EXIST (BOOK)
    Teachers publish second literary collection  6/6/85 p.12

WEALTH
    B. Hills declines in income ranking  2/26/85 p.15

WELLINGTON, R.H.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)
    Area writers hone talents with second "Whetstone"  3/14/85 p.23

WHITE, LINDA
    Area woman still missing; feared dead  1/3/85 p.21

WINSLOW, ROBERT
    Meet our expert on art  11/7/85 p.84

WITHROW, HELEN B.
    Retires from growth wars  9/19/85 p.20

WODZISZ, ANNA
    Forsberg will represent family of woman killed in gas shut-off
        1/31/85 p.10

WOLCOFF, ROBERT A.
    Area men charged in scheme  10/3/85 p.5

WOLLNEY, FRANK
    Planted seeds of respect for nature  1/31/85 p.62

WOLLNEY, RUTH
    Planted seeds of respect for nature  1/31/85 p.62

WOODSOME, ROBERT
    Vies for post  3/7/85 p.5
    Views his achievements  4/25/85 p.5

YEAR-IN-REVIEW
    Look back at year that was  1/3/85 p.11

YUEH, NAIDI
    A touch of the Orient found in embroidery   10/3/85 p.19

YLVISAKER, WILLIAM T.
    Crain's "Fortunate 100" list  5/16/85 p.51

ZONING
    Medical clinic owner sues to get zoning change  5/2/85 p.9

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