ACCIDENTS
    Man [Thomas W. Parke] killed in cycle accident  7/12/84 p.63
    SB resident (James Rapier) walks away from fatal plane crash  
        11/1/84 p.24
    Resident [Helen Dulin] killed after being hit by car  11/1/84 p.91
    Resident [Robert E. Swift] killed after being hit by car  11/1/84 
        p.91
    Woman struck, killed by car [Rosalie K. Meyers]  12/20/84 p.20

AIRPLANES
    Aerial partners took to one last flight of fancy  9/20/84 p.76

ALLIANCE OF BARRINGTON COMMUNITIES FOR DRUG EDUCATION
    Anti-drug group lobbies BACOG for uniform drug and alcohol laws  
        8/2/84 p.10
    Group backing "no booze" bars for teens  10/18/84 p.78
    Reviews year, looks to new efforts  10/25/84 p.80

AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY
    May give space for access road  9/13/84 p.5

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    Asking disannex from Deer Park  8/23/84 p.14

ANNIVERSARIES
    First Federal Savings and Loan 50 yrs. Celebration  3/22/84 p.5
    Mr. & Mrs. Steve Somen celebrate 50th anniversary  8/9/84 p.31
    St. Anne's Church celebrates 100 years with Cardinal Bernadin (cover 
        picture)  10/4/84 p.4

ARTISTS
    Dorine Gross  8/23/84 p.20
    Barbara Bash illustrates book  12/20/84 p.34

BACCIOCCO, MARTHA
    Dance instructor in Barrington for 35 years  6/14/84 p.25

BARKULAS, EMILY
    In a second century, Emily 100 years young  12/27/84 p.19

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    New building near completion  9/6/84 p.5
    Arts Council efforts to soon result in sculpture  10/4/84 p.20
    Heim taken by Donna Rockwood  10/25/84 p.34

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
    Anti-drug group lobbies for uniform drug, alcohol laws  8/2/84 p.10
    Bands together for Expo fight  12/20/84 p.19

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    $350 given to Friends from SAAC for a series of artist designed bookmarks 
        5/3/84 p.13
    Inverness heads protest library's annex move (map)  6/21/84 p.24
    Library gives in to protest; changes annexation  6/28/84 p.5
    Library budget up slightly  7/12/84 p.63
    Annual budget & appropriation ordinance  7/19/84 p.72
    Treasurer's annual report  8/9/84 p.76
    Library buys book security system  9/20/84 p.14
    Library Friends tell of program  11/1/84 p.42
    Here soon, Gwendolyn Brooks  11/8/84 p.35
    Library race petitions ready  11/15/84 p.112
    Gwendolyn Brooks brings muse to young poets (picture)  11/22/84 p.12
    Library names winners children's writing contest  11/29/84 p.35
    Library terms available  12/27/84 p.6

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    Schools revise policies on absence, attendance  6/21/84 p.11
    Possible budget cuts  7/12/84 p.10
    Students score above norm on national tests  7/19/84 p.68
    Tentative budget slated near $24 million  7/19/84 p.10
    Schools keep, cafeteria workers, talks go on  7/26/84 p.10
    District survey yields high opinion of schools  8/2/84 p.12
    Court ruling reversal nets Hoffman $75,000  8/16/84 p.21
    Results B-  6/16/84 p.10
    Answers to "A Nation at Risk"  9/13/84 p.10
    Long budget trip ends at $23.9 million  9/13/84 p.5
    IEA complaint says schools not bargaining  10/11/84 p.12
    Satellite program hot issue with, some parents  10/18/84 p.11
    Warms up to hot lunch change  11/8/84 p.24
    Wary of tax-incentive proposal  11/29/84 p.30
    Schools to hold hearing on levy; increase of 5.5% slated  12/13/84 p.10
    Schools OK final levy, taxes to go up slightly  12/20/84 p.10

BARRINGTON EAST (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Last minute compromise saves 56-home plan  8/16/84 p.5
    Special access planned for 56 home project  8/30/84 p.10

BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
    Request to eliminate Maxon's new post loses vote 4-3  4/29/84 p.5
    Fire district to pay for numbering  4/26/84 p.75

BARRINGTON FORD
    Re-opened last week  9/6/84 p.5

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Class of 1970  8/30/84 p.18
    Video concert keeps homecoming; traditional bonfire plans snuffed  10/11/84
        p.20
    H.S. proposing more science emphasis  11/22/84 p.5
    Where learning can often be a blast  12/6/84 p.18
    Grad requirements hiked by school board  12/20/84 p.10

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    Treasurers report for fiscal year  8/16/84 p.76
    Still discussing details of suit with Poplar Creek  9/13/84 p.13
    Hanson won't run for, re-election  9/20/84 p.5
    Kempe decides to run for top spot  11/8/84 p.62
    Monitor system to aid in response time  12/6/84 p.10
    Roaches accord on suit with theater  12/20/84 p.20

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Barrington will spend $338,000 1984-85  4/12/84 p.17
    1985 total budget of approximately $7.3 million was passed  4/26/84 p.19
    Levy goes up 11.5%  8/16/84 p.23
    Aging water system may pose hazard  9/23/84 p.13
    Looks to draw line for taxing district  8/30/84 p.16
    Cuts levy slightly  9/13/84 p.16
    Several businesses signed up for Rt. 14 beautification plan  9/20/84 p.18
    Public works ills  11/22/84 p.10
    Firm to study renovation of village hall  12/13/84 p.11
    Village finances level; 1984 shows slight drop  12/13/84 p.10
    Forsberg, Nelson open village president race  12/20/84 p.5

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    Charles L. Mee, Jr.  6/14/84 p.15
    Anne Kolaczyk  7/19/84 p.28
    Author group a novel way to publishing success  11/8/84 p.27
    Barrington author "children are not paper dolls"  12/13/84 p.95
    Barbara Bash illustrates book  12/20/84 p.34

BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY
    1898 fire leads to fire department formation  1/19/84 p.76

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    1984-85 Budget $765,400; 7.5% decrease over last year  5/17/84 p.52
    May dump field house contractor  11/29/84 p.5
    New payment plans may speed park district renovation work  12/6/84 p.5

BARRINGTON PRESS, INC.
    Earns 5 IPA Awards  10/4/84 p.81

BARRINGTON TOASTMASTERS
    Will receive it's charter June 11  6/7/84 p.31

BASH, BARBARA
    Illustrates book  12/20/84  p.34

BAUER AND ASSOCIATES
    Margarita Bauer, owner  6/28/84 p.54

BAUER, MARGARITA
    Bauer and Associates  6/28/84 p.54

BAUMANN INC.
    Moves to Barrington  10/25/84 p.61

BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD
    Asking disannex from Deer Park  8/23/84 p.14

BLANKE, JOHN
    Memorial park for Blanke needs donations  9/20/84 p.12
    Park donations picking up  10/27/84 p.4

BLONAR CLINIC
    New zoning for clinic remaining in limbo  10/11/84 p.14
    Landscape complaints added to woes  10/25/84 p.17

BOBERG, HAROLD G.
    Dr. Harold G. Boberg  8/16/84 p.39

BOLLENBACH, PETER
    Machines run like clockwork  11/29/84 p.31

BROOKS, GWENDOLYN
    Here soon (Barrington Area Library)  11/8/84 p.35
    Gwendolyn Brooks brings muse to young poets (picture)  11/22/84 p.12

BROUGH, WILLIAM
    SB developer stands up for preserving wetland  8/16/84 p.16

BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES
    Tentative OK for landfill operation  8/16/84 p.12
    S.B. agrees to final date for BFI landfill closing  8/30/84 p.11

BRUNS, BRUCE A.
    Hostage incident leads to arrest of shot-gun wielding Palatine man  12/13/84
        p.10

BUEHLER YMCA
    Center dedication  10/18/84 p.27

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Life Enrichment Counselors  3/22/84 p.61
    Mapes Graphic Design Ltd.; Wayne Mapes, owner  3/22/84 p.60
    General Electric Auto Least plans national headquarters here  4/19/84 p.57
    Richard Honquest opens new store  4/26/84 p.40
    Lamplighter: Karen R. Knutson, owner  4/26/84 p.52
    Canteen Restaurant  5/17/84 p.69
    Consumer Concepts Ltd; Rob Mancuso, owner (picture)  5/17/84 p.48
    Bauer and Associates; Margarita Bauer, owner  6/28/84 p.54
    Container Tech Inc. expansion  7/19/84 p.52
    L&W Lamps moves  7/19/84 p.52
    Phillips Menswear plans move  8/2/84 p.11
    Barrington Ford re-opened last week  9/6/84 p.5
    Cara House  9/6/84 p.5
    Fleetfoot  9/6/84 p.5
    Phillips Menswear 9/6/84 p.5
    Reflections  9/6/84 p.5
    Sauvage Ltd.  9/6/84 p.5
    Toy Connection  9/6/84 p.5
    Coldwell Banker to open local office  9/27/84 p.48
    Schurrman Associates open office in Barrington  9/27/84 p.48
    New owners of-Suburban Limo  9/27/84 p.49
    New owners David Douglas Ltd.  10/4/84 p.66
    Old Print Shop opens in bank building  10/4/84 p.65
    Merrill Lynch open-house at new office  10/18/84 p.64
    Baumann Inc. moves to Barrington  10/25/84 p.61
    Laurton's: Jack Ceraulo, owner  10/25/84 p.59
    Creative Hair Designs; Karen Kerkera, owner  10/25/84 p.61
    Invest opens in Barrington  11/15/84 p.90
    Old Print Shop; Linda Kenyon, owner  11/15/84 p.30
    Transglobal Investment opens in Barrington  12/20/84 p.56

CABLE TELEVISION
    Village balks on hike in cable T.V.  7/12/84 p.5
    Village charges firm premature with rate hike  8/16/84 p.5
    Village drops demand; allows cable increase  9/13/84 p.13

COLDWELL BANKER
    Moving into NW corner Main & Hough  9/6/84 p.5
    To open local office  9/27/84 p.48

CAMP REINBERG
    County Board decides to keep Camp Reinberg  8/9/84 p.17

CANTEEN RESTAURANT
    Canteen Restaurant  5/17/84 p.69

CARA HOUSE
    New Ice House store  9/6/84 p.5

CEAS, WILLIAM
    Developer revives plan for 7 building office complex  9/27/84 p.12

CENTEL CABLE TELEVISION OF ILLINOIS
    Village balks on hike in cable T.V.  7/12/84 p.5
    Village charges firm premature with rate hike  8/16/84 p.5
    Village drops demands, allows cable increase  9/13/84 p.13

CENTER FOR INDIVIDUALIZED REHABILITATION
    Center for Individualized Rehabilitation  7/19/84 p.21

CERULO, JACK
    Laurton's new owner  10/25/84 p.59

CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD
    Parking fees to jump 55% for commuters  11/15/84 p.10

CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION
    Citizens for Conservation  11/15/84 p.21

CLINE, JOSEPH P.
    Man free on bond after fatal hit run accident  8/2/84 p.5
    Area man may be sued over fatal cycle crash  9/6/84 p.5

COMMANDOS
    Barrington police break up teenage vandal ring  10/4/84 p.5
    Paperwork causing delay for cops in charging "Commando" kids  10/11/84 p.10
    91 charges filed in Commando case; McHenry courts get bulk of counts  10/25/84
        p.17
    McHenry County States Attorney wants Commandos tried as adults  11/1/84 p.24
    Hearings will determine status on 5 charged in Commando raids  12/6/84 p.14

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Several businesses signed up for Rt. 14 beautification plan  9/20/84 p.18

CONSUMER CONCEPTS LTD.
    Auto dealer Rob Mancuso launches new business (picture)  5/17/84 p.48

CONTAINER TECHS, INC.
    Expansion  7/19/84 p.52

COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Breakdown and comparison of 1982-1983 [taxes]  7/14/84 p.5

CREATIVE HAIR DESIGNS
    Karen Korkera, owner  10/25/84 p.61

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Woman who stabbed sons declared insane  2/2/84 p.5
    Man charged from drug bust  4/26/94 p.21
    Chance visit home breaks burglary case  5/10/84 p.5
    Sharyn Saffold charged with possession of stolen property  5/17/84 p.23
    Little City runaway attacks woman in yard  7/12/84 p.5
    BH man (Robert Torstenson) charged with moving birds of prey  7/26/84 p.10
    2 indicted in '81 safe deposit thefts  7/26/84 p.13
    Man free on bond after fatal hit and run accident  8/2/84 p.5
    Police nab man on drug charges  8/2/84 p.10
    Torch Club one of several hit by area vice raids  8/16/84 p.15
    Two Barrington men nabbed on drug charge  8/16/84 p.58
    Man (Kenneth Demien) charged with hit and run death  8/30/84 p.15
    Area man may be sued over fatal cycle crash  9/6/84 p.5
    Elgin man confesses killing to BH police  9/15/84 p.5
    Barrington Hills police break up teenage vandal ring [Commandos]  10/4/84 p.5
    Paperwork causing delay for cops in charging Commando kids  10/11/84 p.10
    Man [Michael P. Ryan] pleads guilty to mail fraud  10/25/84 p.17
    91 charges filed in Commando case: McHenry courts get bulk of counts  10/25/84
        p.17
    McHenry County States Attorney wants Commandos tried as adults  11/1/84 p.24
    BH cops nab robbery suspects  11/22/84 p.22
    End of the line for [George "Babyface"] Nelson  11/22/84 p.66
    Hearings will determine status on 5 charged in Commando raids  12/6/64 p.14
    Car chase starts in Grove ends up in Chicago  12/6/84 p.15
    Hostage incident leads to arrest of shot-gun wielding       Palatine man [Bruce A.
        Bruns]  12/13/84 p.10
    Woman [Shara Lewis] killed in bar parking lot  12/13/84 p.5

CRIMINAL STATISTICS
    Burglaries up 85% crime stats show  3/15/84 p.5
    Barrington crime since 1980  3/29/84 p.5
    Barrington arrests [DU1] up 80% from '83  12/27/84 p.11

CYCLING PATHS
    Biking trails beckon to summer cyclists  8/2/84 p.35

DAGE, KAREN
    Woman who stabbed sons declared insane  2/2/84 p.5

D'ANDREA, JOHN
    Ends 36 year career as postmaster  8/9/84 p.21

DAVID DOUGLAS, LTD.
    New owners  10/4/84 p.66

DEER PARK, ILL.
    Developers in Deer Park announce office, residential complex plan  7/19/84 p.10
    Effort to close "smut strip"  7/19/84 p.56
    Homeowners battle to keep Quentin Rd. from widening  7/19/84 p.11
    Nike range proposal back in committee  9/13/84 p.17
    1st phase of home plan set in Deer Park  9/27/84 p.15
    With range plan D.P. planning Nike buy  10/18/84 p.24

DEMIEN, KENNETH
    Man charged in hit, run death  8/30/84 p.15

DENNISON, MICHAEL
    Elgin man confesses killing to BH police  9/15/84 p.5

DETERT, FRED
    Former police officer commits suicide  8/23/84 p.5

DITE, ANDREA
    Year spent traveling produces career resolves  7/26/84 p.24

DORWALDT, DONALD
    BH cops nab robbery suspects  11/22/84 p.22

DRUNK DRIVING
    New village law imposes stiff penalties for drunk driving  3/15/84 p.15
    Barrington arrests up 80% from '83  12/27/84 p.11

DULIN, HELEN
    Resident killed after being hit by car  ll/l/84 p.91

EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Lageshulte project development runs into snags from village commission  7/12/84
        p.13
    Board could decide on home plan next week  8/9/84 p.20
    Last minute compromise saves 56-home plan  8/16/84 p.5
    Special access planned for 56 home project  8/30/84 p.10
    American Can may give space for access road  9/13/84 p.14
    Village gives final nod to 56 home subdivision  9/27/84 p.5

ELECTIONS
    Hanson won't run for re-election  9/20/84 p.5
    1984 candidates profiled  11/1/84 p.15
    Election results  11/8/84 p.7
    Kemp decides to run for top spot  11/8/84 p.62
    Forsberg, Nelson open village president race  12/20/84 p.5

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
    May order firms to pay for pit clean-up  10/25/84 p.78

EXPO PARK
    Big Barrington area impact for expo plan in Hoffman Estates  6/21/84 p.5
    Court decision places Expo plans in limbo  8/30/84 p.5
    BACOG bands together for Expo fight  12/20/84 p.19

FIREARMS
    Man goes a shootin' for Schuezen honors (cover picture)  7/12/84 p.61

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
    50 yrs. celebration (picture)  3/22/84 p.5

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON
    Correction:  Bank assets $300 million not $300,000 as reported  3/29/84 p.14
    Charles R. Tunge elected president  5/10/84 p.90
    Two indicted in 1981 safe deposit thefts  7/26/84 p.13

FLEETFOOT
    New Ice House store  9/6/84 p.5

GAMBR0, INC.
    Local firm to pay $7.2 million in negligence suit  6/21/84 p.28
    Local firm to appeal New York $7.2 million ruling  6/28/84 p.55

GENERAL ELECTRIC AUTO LEASING
    General Electric Auto Lease plans national headquarters  4/19/84 p.57

GIVOT, STEVEN
    Fighting individual, runs for Senate  7/26/84 p.12

GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Post Office headed for Golden Triangle (picture)  3/22/84 p.5
    New Post Office to be built at Triangle's apex  4/26/84 p.5
    Village setting golden agenda for Triangle TIF redevelopment  8/9/84 p.11
    Garfield extension, lot sale buoys Triangle plan  9/20/84 p.13
    Officials say Triangle plans for facility [Post Office] not dead  10/18/84 p.18
    Owners fear village's relocation plans  11/l/84 p.5

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    On MD's trip south they'll be no suntans [Dr. Nancy Sachs]  10/18/84 p.20

GROSS, DORINE
    Local artist  8/23/84 p.20

HANSON, BARBARA
    Looks over many splendid tenure  10/11/84 p.21

HAPPY MEDIUM
    Sex club operators get charges from village  1/14/84 p.69

HARPER COLLEGE
    Tentative accord at Harper College  8/2/84 p.54
    Study tax increase options  10/18/84 p.22
    Re-elects Howard as chairman  11/29/84 p.94

HART, ROBERT J.
    President of the Illinois Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology  8/2/84
        p.56

"HEIDI THE FIRE DOG"
    Heidi dies age 10  3/8/84 p.10

HILLS, KAREN
    Woman who hit barriers sues area governments  8/9/84 p.10

HONQUEST, RICHARD
    Richard Honquest opens new store  4/26/84 p.H1

HORSES
    Hills' Lamping, may ride into Olympic spotlight (picture)  5/26/84 p.25

ICE HOUSE MALL
    5 new stores  9/6/84 p.5
    Five new stores  9/13/84 p.102

INVERNESS, ILL.
    Inverness heads protest library's annex move (map)  6/21/84 p.24
    Library gives into protest; changes annexation  6/28/84 p.5

INVEST
    Brokerage office opens in Barrington  11/15/84 p.90

JOHNSON, JAMES
    Car chase starts in Grove ends up in Chicago  12/6/84 p.15

JOHNSON, RICHARD C.
    Elected president of Society of Plastics Engineers  6/21/84 p.68

JUDGE, BERNARD
    General Manager of the City News Bureau (picture)  1/191/84 p.24

KANIFF, ALICE
    Opens dental practice  7/12/84 p.50

KEARNEY AND PHELAN, LTD.
    Office building completed last month  9/6/84 p.5

KENNEDY, DONALD J.
    Named president of Keneko Financial Group  4/19/84 p.59

KENYON, LINDA
    Opens in bank building  10/4/84 p.65
    Old Print Shop  11/15/84 p.30

KERKERA, KAREN
    Creative Hair Designs  10/25/84 p.61

KLINGENBERG, BILL
    Aerial partners look to one last flight of fancy  9/20/84 p.76

KOENIG, STAN
    Plan chairman leaves post  10/11/84 p.16

KOLACZYK, ANNE
    Has two books published  7/19/84 p.28

KOPECKY, JOHN
    Local trooper's heroism means life for family  11/1/84 p.26

KRAUS, HORST
    Sex-club operators get charges from village  1/14/84 p.69

L & W LAMPS
    Moves  7/19/84 p.52

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Experts set for Smith showdown  8/2/84 p.16
    LB board "pocket vetos" plan for medical clinic  8/9/84 p.5
    Cash balances for fiscal Year 1984  8/30/84 p.70
    Smith sues over clinic decision  9/13/84 p.16
    Builder, Graft, homeowners at odds over lot plans  10/4/84 p.11

LAMPING, NATALIE
    Hills Lamping may ride into Olympic spotlight (picture)  5/26/84 p.25

LAMPLIGHTER
    Karen R. Knutson, owner  4/26/84 p.52

LANDWER, MARK
    77th Chicago-Mackinac race  7/26/84 p.28

LARRY MCINTYRE STUDIOS
    Wayne Mapes purchases Larry McIntyre Studios  3/22/84 p.60

LAURTON'S
    Jack Ceraulo, owner  10/25/94 p.59

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
    Karen Vigor, president  6/21/84 p.37

LEVY, ERIN
    Barrington author:  "Children art not paper dolls"  12/13/84 p.95

LEWIS, SHARA
    Woman killed in bar parking lot  12/13/84 p.15

LIFE ENRICHMENT COUNSELORS
    Life enrichment counselors  3/22/84 p.61

LINES, JENNIE
    Writer recalls Lines' humor, link with past  5/24/84 p.21

LIPOFSKY, HAROLD
    Takes big step in aiding polio victims  9/27/84 p.12

MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER
    Clunkers live on at tractor museum  10/25/84 p.29

MACKINAC YACHT RACE
    77th Chicago-Mackinac race  7/26/84 p.28

MALDONADO, LOUIS
    Police nab man on drug charges  8/2/84 p.10

MALLEY, JOHN, REV.
    Father Malley made head of the 800 year old Carmelite order in Rome (cover
        picture)  10/13/84 p.80

MANCUS0, ROB
    Consumer Concepts Ltd.  5/17/84 p.48

MAPES GRAPHIC DESIGN LTD.
    Wayne Mapes, owner  3/22/84 p.60

MAPES, WAYNE
    Mapes Graphic Design, Ltd.  3/22/84 p.60

MATTSON, RON
    President of Consumer Concepts, Ltd.  3/8/84 p.56

MCDONALD'S (RESTAURANT)
    Get new cook, new owner  10/11/84 p.69

MCLEAN, WILLIAM D.
    St. Michael's rector a candidate for Episcopal bishop coadjutor  9/20/84 p.15

MEE, CHARLES L., JR.
    Barrington author writes narrative history  6/14/84 p.15

MERONI, SHARON
    Investigation of local pre-school  8/9/84 p.5
    School operator trying to get back on track  10/25/84 p.28

MEYERS, ROSALIE K. 
    Woman struck, killed by car  12/20/84 p.20

MILLER, BILLIE
    Rich rags are mingled under the Billie label (picture)  3/15/84 p.37

MILLER, GLENN
    Miller loses board chairmanship despite GOP caucus endorsement  12/6/84 p.16

MILLER, JOHN
    "Godspell" draws Miller to choreographer spot  7/26/84 p.13

MURDER ON THE 20TH CENTURY
    Murder on the 20th Century (picture)  7/19/84 p.29

NEAL, RON
    Football star found dead  12/6/84 p.14

NELSON, GEORGE "BABYFACE"
    End of the line for Nelson  11/22/84 p.66

NIKE (MISSLE SITE)
    Police shooting range for Nike site studied  8/30/84 p.12
    Nike range proposal back in committee  9/13/84 p.17
    With range plan Deer Park planning Nike buy  10/18/84 p.24

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Okays budget, $247,150  5/3/84 p.12

NORTHWEST CENTER FOR THE ARTS
    New center opens  12/13/84 p.61

O'CONNOR, JAMES
    Trustee resigns L.B.  10/4/84 p.10

OCTAGON HOUSE
    1898 Fire leads to fire department formation  1/19/84 p.76
    Barrington remembered the Maine from afar  3/15/84 p.90

OLD PRINT SHOP
    Opens in bank building  10/4/84 p.65
    Linda Kenyon, owner  11/15/84 p.30

PARKER, THOMAS W.
    Man killed in cycle accident  7/12/84 p.63

PHILLIPS MENSWEAR
    Clothing store plans move  8/2/84 p.11
    New building Lake & Hough  9/6/84 p.5

POLICE
    Police plan to inform residents on offences  7/16/84 p.16
    Firing range to be refurbished  9/2/84 p.54
    New rank in department is illegal  8/16/84 p.13
    Officer files injunction over promotion hassle  9/20/84 p.10
    Expand child safety programs  10/18/84 p.19
    Now traffic unit aimed at reducing accidents  1/8/84 p.12

POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC.
    Officials say theater lawsuit near settlement  8/9/84 p.10
    Theater suit settlement awaits finishing touches  8/30/84 p.5
    Barrington Hills still discussing details of suit with Poplar Creek  9/13/84
        p.13
    Suit accord still to come  11/15/84 p.17
    Barrington Hills reaches accord on suit with theater  12/20/84 p.20

POPLAR HILLS (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Court ruling reversal nets Hoffman $75,000  8/16/84 p.21

PORNOGRAPHY
    Deer Park effort to close "smut strip"  7/19/84 p.56

RAPIER, JAMES
    SB resident walks away from fatal plane crash  11/1/84 p.24

REFLECTIONS
    New Ice House store  9/6/84 p.5

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
    County transit study shows bus use down  8/16/84 p.21

RICHARD HONQUEST FINE FURNISHINGS
    Richard Honquest opens new store  4/26/84 p.H1

RITT, RICHARD
    Ritt quits district, admits double dipping  8/9/84 p.59

ROADS
    SB approved next years budget $449,000, $81,500 earmarked for road maintenance
        program 5/17/84 p.19
    Deer Park homeowners battle to keep Quentin Rd. from widening  7/19/84 p.11
    Landfill extension out of SB road fund plans  7/19/84 p.16
    Widening streets? [Hough & Main Streets]  7/19/84 p.5
    No easy solution seen to traffic flow [Hough Street]  9/6/84 p.14
    Bypass, widening plans will get another look  9/27/84 p.5
    Overly zoning [Main Street]  9/27/94 p.14
    Five buildings would go with new plan [Barrington Bypass]  10/11/84 p.5
    Homeowners vow fight over proposed bypass  10/18/84 p.11
    Hills blasts Barrington over S.W. corridor  10/25/84 p.11
    SB residents get choice of pothole prescriptions  10/25/84 p.16
    Residents sing chorus: no Barrington Bypass  11/1/84 p.21
    Bypass out, short term traffic solution planned  11/15/84 p.5
    Panel mulls possible road changes [Southwest Corridor]  11/29/84 p.29
    Summit residents seek study [Southwest Corridor]  12/6/84 p.12
    Corridor Committee to get more funds  12/13/84 p.9

ROBERTSON, JOHN
    Aerial partners look to one last flight of fancy  9/20/84 p.76

ROCKWOOD, DONNA
    Barrington Area Arts Council helm taken by Donna Rockwood  10/25/84 p.34

RUHLIN, BRAD
    Tower Lakes mourns loss of Brad Ruhlin  11/8/84 p.23

RUNAWAY YOUTH
    Little City runaway attacks woman in yard  7/12/84 p.5

RYAN, MICHAEL P.
    Man pleads guilty to mail fraud  10/25/84 p.17

SACHS, NANCY
    On M.D.'s trip south there'll be no suntans  10/18/84 p.20

SAFFOLD, ROBERT
    Chance visit to home breaks burglary case  5/10/84 p.5

SAFFOLD, SHARYN
    Charged with possession of stolen property  5/17/84 p.23

ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH
    Celebrates 100 years with Cardinal Bernadin (cover picture)  10/4/84 p.4

ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
    Cornerstone a mark for time, remodeling  9/20/84 p.21

SANITARY LANDFILLS
    Landfill extension out of SB road fund plans  7/19/84 p.16
    Tentative OK for landfill operation  8/16/84 p.12
    SB agrees to final date for BFI landfill closing  8/30/84 p.11

SAUVAGE LTD.
    New Ice House store  9/6/84 p.5

SCHNADT, GLENN
    Popular executive banking on active retirement  12/27/84 p.54

SCHNURE, JOHN B.
    Named president and CEO of Horne Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lake
        County  5/3/84 p.64

SCHOOL FOR MIGHTY MIGHTS
    State agency investigated allegation of sexual abuse at local pre-school
        7/26/84 p.5
    Police investigate  8/9/84 p.5
    Sex abuse allegations unfounded  9/13/84 p.16

SCHURRMAN ASSOCIATES
    Open office in Barrington  9/27/84 p.48

SEGER, TOM
    Wins award of merit  10/4/84 p.12

SERVICE CLUB OF CHICAGO
    A day in the country  8/2/84 p.17

SEX ORIENTED BUSINESS
    Sex club operators get charges from village  1/14/84 p.69

SIPIERA, PAUL
    The deep freeze warms prof's yen for geology  9/6/84 p.12

SMARTO, WILLIAM
    Indicted in '81 safe deposit thefts  7/26/84 p.84

SMITH, HAROLD BYRON, JR.
    Illinois Republican National Committee Chairman  8/23/84 p.10

SOLTIS, JESSE
    President of N.W. Branch of Chicago Dental Society  10/11/84 p.70

SOMEN, STEVE
    Celebrates 50th anniversary  8/9/84 p.31

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    S.B.'s new hall taking a bow (picture)  1/26/84 p.11
    Approved next years budget $449,000; $81,500 earmarked for road maintenance
        program 5/17/84 p.19
    Annual report, 1983-84  7/19/84 p.72
    Landfill extension out of S.B. road fund plans  7/19/84 p.16
    Residents get choice of pothole prescriptions  10/25/84 p.16

SPRAGUE, KENNETH C.
    Named president & CEO of Hanna Corp.  7/5/84 p.46

STEIDINGER, DON
    Man goes a shootin' for Schuetzen honors (cover picture)  7/12/84 p.61

STROUSE, HARRY
    Barringtonians on the bench (picture)  1/5/84 p.17

SUBURBAN LIM0
    New owners  9/27/84 p.49

SWETT, ROBERT E.
    Resident killed after being hit by car  11/1/84 p.91

TAX INCREMENTAL FINANCING
    Tax Incremental Financing  8/23/84 p.12
    Village makes TIF pitch to taxing bodies  10/4/84 p.5
    Village makes TIF pitch to school heads  11/15/84 p.5
    Boundary talks  11/15/84 p.12
    TIF:  Public works ills  11/22/94 p.10
    Car dealer fears TIF will kill his business  12/6/84 p.5
    Cost of project goes up $1.2 million  12/13/84 p.5

TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.
    Breakdown & comparison of 1982, 1983  7/19/84 p.5

TONGE, CHARLES R.
    Elected president of the First National Bank of Barrington (picture)  5/10/84
        p.90

TONIGAN, HENRY "SKIP"
    Barringtonians on the bench  1/5/84 p.17

TORCH CLUB
    Club one of several hit by area vice raids  8/16/84 p.15

TORSTENSON, ROBERT
    BH man charged with moving birds of prey  7/26/84 p.10

TOY CONNECTION
    New Ice House store  9/6/84 p.5

TRADE UNIONS
    Schools keep cafeteria worker: talks go on  7/26/84 p.10
    IEA complaint says schools not bargaining  10/11/84 p.12

TRAFFIC FLOW
    No easy solution seen to traffic flow [Hough Street]  9/6/84 p.14
    Find motorists' habits improving  12/13/84 p.9

TRANSGLOBAL INVESTMENT
    Brokerage firm opens in Barrington  12/20/84 p.56

TSCHURTZ, GERHARDT F.
    Man charged from drug bust  4/26/84 p.21

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Post Office headed for Golden Triangle (picture)  3/22/84 p.5
    New Post Office to be built at Triangle's apex  4/26/84 p.5
    Barrington postmen to wait and see on strike  8/2/84 p.71
    John D'Andrea ends 36 year career as Postmaster  8/9/84 p.21
    Officials say Triangle plans for facility not dead  10/18/84 p.18
    Postal facility slated for Commons  11/15/84 p.11

VIGOR, KAREN
    League of Woman Voters president  6/21/84 p.37

WALERIUS, MARNEY
    Collector of miniature horses  7/19/84 p.70

WALTER SUNDLING JR. HIGH SCHOOL
    Area school provides basics for migrants  7/26/84 p.66

WATER SUPPLY
    Aging water system may pose hazard  8/23/84 p.13

WETLANDS
    SB developer stands up for preserving wetlands  8/16/84 p.16

WIENECKE MEMORIAL
    Dedication set  10/11/84 p.20

WILLOW CREEK COMMMUNITY CHURCH
    Volunteers from Willow Creek Church, ministry for elderly  7/12/84 p.17

WINSLOW, ROBERT
    Sculptor to carve niche in public consciousness  12/6/84 p.23
    Earth fabric life form unveiled  12/13/84 p.5

ZONING
    Overly zoning  9/27/84 p.14
    New zoning for clinic remaining in limbo 10/11/84 p.14

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