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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