ACCIDENTS
    Hough and Main crashes to top in study  2/17/83 p.5
    Barrington teen (Gary Johnsen) killed in crash  5/5/83 p.87
    State studying ways to make crossroads safe  7/21/83 p.21
    T.L. girl (Karen Hills) crashes into Signal Hill barrier  8/25/83 
        p.5
    (Hot air balloon) crash results in suit 2 years later  8/25/83 
        p.27

ADLER, MORTIMER
    At Harper for speech  4/14/83 p.86

ALCOHOL AND YOUTH
    Law would fine parent who gives kid booze  2/10/83 p.22
    New law passes  2/17/83 p.10

ALLIANCE AGAINST INTOXICATED MOTORISTS
    Member of Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists watches out for drunk 
       drivers  7/7/83 p.19

ALVERSON, LYLE
    Lyle Alverson remembers Barrington (pictures)  3/24/83 p.24

AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY
    Gerald A. Vaughan receives safety award  3/31/83 p.68

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    Frank J. Jirka, president  6/30/83 p.48

AMERITECH DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
    James A. Bauer named president  11/24/83 p.39

ANDERSON, CORLISS
    Awarded the distinguished service award by the Financial Analysts 
        Federation  6/9/83 p.58

ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF
    Elephant patient challenges local dentist (pictures)  1/13/83 p.62

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    Draper moves to annex to Lake Zurich  3/17/83 p.51
    Judge to hear Draper annexation bid in July  5/19/83 p.18

ANNIVERSARIES
    North Barrington area group makes 50th year  3/31/83 p.1
    North Barrington celebrates golden anniversary  4/21/83 p.29
    Tribute to 60 years and the Morecrafts  5/19/83 p.26
    Gunner and Betty Jensen  8/11/83 p.32
    Knights of Columbus begin 2nd 100 years  8/25/83 p.85

ARTISTS
    Gillian Garbaez exhibits at Barrington Area Library (pictures)  1/13/83 p.66
    Bales of Hay at Cooper's Refuge (picture)  1/20/83 p.23
    Eileen Gurak, sacred art  4/14/83 p.44

BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE
    Beginning of Bakers Lake (cover picture)  4/7/83 p.22
    History of Bakers Lake  4/7/83 p.22

BALLOONS OF BARRINGTON
    Business is pleasure (picture)  2/3/83 p.22

BARESEL, DAVID
    Former road boss out of prison  7/14/83 p.53

BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    Joe Rush new Chamber of Commerce president (picture)  1/20/83 p.40
    New officers (picture)  1/27/83 p.42

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    Must raise $150,000 by October 31  6/12/83 p.5
    Arts council agrees to consider village hall site for cultural center  7/21/83
        p.7

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
    Unincorporated Cuba Township requests representation  1/27/83 p.52
    Plan study brings change already  5/5/83 p.11
    Against Beverly sewers  6/9/83 p.16
    Plan calls for closer look at Barrington environment  7/4/83 p.54

BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
    17 years old  4/21/83 p.18

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Gillian Garbaez exhibits at Barrington Area Library (picture)  1/13/83 p.6
    Gallery features Garbaez sand paintings  1/13/83 p.66
    Ask residents how it should change in the future  4/7/83 p.16
    Barrington Area Library board elections  4/7/83 p.73
    Library board elections  4/14/83 p.11
    Library passes tentative budget  4/21/83 p.18
    Ann Hirst, new library president  5/5/83 p.12
    Meet the artist [Janet Samaran] at local library  5/12/83 p.32
    New library budget includes more money this year for new books  6/9/83 p.86
    Library budget $1 million  7/14/83 p.19
    Amnesty period granted on books (picture)  8/25/83 p.30
    Survey of 521 area residents  10/6/83 p.84

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    Teachers win lawsuit, 1982 contract benefits  1/6/83 p.10
    Strike possibility  1/13/83 p.13
    Union reaches understanding  1/20/83 p.5
    Teacher salary ruling has board unhappy  1/20/83 p.13
    Settles for 6% increase  1/27/83 p.15
    Union raising questions over layoff  2/24/83 p.14
    $50,000 ruling to teachers  3/3/83 p.53
    50 teachers may not be rehired  3/17/83 p.9
    Calendar upsets some teachers  3/17/83 p.13
    Impasse in contract talks  3/17/83 p.10
    To lay off 37 teachers  3/24/83 p.5
    11 tenured teachers may not be re-hired  4/7/83 p.10
    School caucus seeks candidates  4/7/83 p.14
    School should get share of state tax hike  4/21/83 p.12
    16 tell caucus they'd like school board shot  5/5/83 p.5
    Working to control budget hike  5/5/83 p.10
    Poplar Hills appeal courts ruling  5/19/83 p.13
    Board to buy additional computers  5/19/83 p.20
    New candidate puts hat in ring  5/19/83 p.58
    Caucus election rejects two incumbents  5/26/193 p.10
    Limit expense hike, says school unit  6/9/83 p.20
    School tax bills should increase by less than 3%  6/16/83 p.18
    School board passes its tentative budget  6/23/83 p.10
    To employ 7 fewer teachers  6/23/83 p.11
    Long term budget plan  7/14/83 p.16
    Pupils get "A" on skills test  7/21/83 p.15
    Only one resident has comment on budget  7/28/83 p.11
    Talks to resume with 220 officials  8/11/83 p.5
    Teacher talks resume tonight  8/18/83 p.13
    Three independents join caucus candidates in school board race  8/25/83 p.12
    District 220 enrollment drops 202 students from 1982  9/15/83 p.20

BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
    Delays decision on contract with Barrington village  1/13/83 p.29

BARRINGTON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
    Group still seeking someone to plan Barrington's future  6/30/83 p.62
    Firm of Takla, Pittigrew, Allen and Payne to be hired to create plan  7/21/83
        p.20

BARRINGTON FESTIVAL COMMITTEE
    Reviewing events  7/14/83 p.17

BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
    Interview for new chief with assessment center  4/7/83 p.17
    Sign service agreement  5/12/83 p.24
    These 3 returning fireman gave 111 years of service (picture)  10/6/83 p.12

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Former BHS coach [Bill Graham] named to Hall of Fame  1/13/83 p.75
    Memorial fund for former BHS theater standout [Mark Immens]  1/20/83 p.22
    Marketing students operate store  2/24/83 p.53
    Education takes root in horticulture class  3/31/83 p.23
    Attempts to curb thefts  4/28/83 p.16
    Locker rooms scheduled for repair  5/12/83 p.10
    Gets 1982-1983 accreditation  5/19/83 p.77
    Bomb blast destroys locker at high school  6/9/83 p.5
    New BHS principal [Edward DeYoung] gets formal nod  6/9/83 p.19
    Educated educator [Edward DeYoung] try to make the grade  7/7/83 p.14

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Rejects funding plan for shortfall  1/13/83 p.48
    Village places police chief under authority of village manager  1/13/83 p.48
    Cutbacks discussed for budget  1/20/83 p.15
    Downtown parking hot topic  1/20/83 p.29
    Austerity budget plan  2/10/83 p.10
    Votes 20% increase in sewer, water bills  3/3/83 p.11
    Budget may include service cuts  3/31/83 p.10
    Budget hikes water, sewer rates  4/28/83 p.10
    Barrington board vote freezes worker wage  6/16/83 p.5
    Village ready to spend money on revitalization (picture)  6/16/83 p.76
    Organizing Independence parade (picture)  6/23/83 p.5
    Group suggests higher tax levy  7/14/83 p.19
    Treasurer's annual report fiscal 1982-1983  7/14/83 p.72
    Discrimination charge dropped  7/21/83 p.13
    Barrington trustees endorse 6.8% tax hike  7/28/83 p.19
    Fillner greets request for 6% levy increase  8/11/83 p.9
    Annual treasurer's report for the fiscal year ending 4/30/83  8/11/83 p.69
    Barrington plans to use interns to help smaller planning staff  8/25/83 p.76

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    Linda Girard's book poetic answer to child (picture)  1/27/83 p.23
    Ed Kolaczyk  6/12/83 p.23
    Sci-fi writer and trade magazine editor (pictures)  8/4/83 p.4
    Cookbook "sampler" [Carnie Behm] (picture)  11/10/83 p.61

BARRINGTON, ILL--HISTORY
    Octagon House letters on 1892 Barrington (pictures)  1/27/83 p.62
    Octagon House letters on 1893 World's Fair (pictures)  3/10/83 p.68
    Lyle Alverson remembers Barrington (pictures)  3/24/83 p.24
    Fire Dept changing Barrington downtown  4/14/83 p.32
    1884 Barrington  5/26/83 p.66
    Doctor charges $8 for delivering baby in 1896  7/21/83 p.64
    In 1897 Barrington electric lights home  8/25/83 p.34
    Octagon House letters: First waterworks transforms Barrington into 20th century
        town  10/20/83 p.80

BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Nazism and its history being taught  4/21/83 p.5

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Treasurer's annual report for the fiscal year ending 4/30/83  5/26/83 p.78
    Barrington prepares for a rogue revival  7/21/83 p.5

BARRINGTON PUBLIC WORKS
    Computer system plugs water meter errors  8/11/83 p.11

BARRRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Barrington Township  4/14/83 p.101

BATAILLE, CLAIRE
    Alumni performances come home (picture)  1/6/83 p.21

BAUER, JAMES A.
    Named president of Ameritech Development Corp.  11/24/83 p.39

BEATRICE FOODS
    Beatrice changes won't affect SB plans  2/24/83 p.18

BEESE, CAROL
    State Chamber of Commerce president (picture)  12/1/83 p.70

BEHM, CARMIE
    Cookbook "sampler" (picture)  11/10/83 p.61

BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD
    NB endorses Bell's rezone bid  1/27/83 p.19

BEVERLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    New attempt to obtain sewers  1/20/83 p.12
    Don't touch ruling, BH tells state  1/27/83 p.13
    State approves sewers for Beverly project  5/19/83 p.9
    B Hills tells Cawers to fight Beverly  5/26/83 p.14
    [BACOG] against Beverly sewers  6/9/83 p.16
    U.S. Gov. may be next site in Beverly battle  6/16/83 p.11
    Hills plays 2nd Beverly card  6/23/83 p.16

BINNING, RICH
    Members of Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists watches out for drunk drivers 
        7/7/83 p.19

BINNING, SHIRLY
    Members of Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists watches out for drunk drivers
        7/7/83 p.19

BIRD, DAN
    Banner at Bird's home "we beat cancer" (picture)  6/16/83 p.83

BLANKE MEMORIAL PARK
    Museum Memos concerning park in memory of former village mayor  7/14/83 p.67

BLOODWORTH, MICHAEL
    Eagle Scout (picture)  2/3/83 p.25

BLUE, ROBERT
    Artists' refuge (picture)  1/20/83 p.23

BORAH, AL
    Ice House developer buys bank building (picture)  8/11/83 p.5

BROOKS, SPENCER S.
    Named territorial underwriting manager of Royal Insurance  1/13/83 p.71

BROWN, FINLEY, REV.
    Hospital chaplains play spiritual role (picture)  8/18/83 p.35

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Bell phone store changes name, services  1/6/83 p.38
    Board okays new Honquest store on Barrington Road  1/13/83 p.10
    Balloons of Barrington (picture)  2/3/83 p.22
    T&L AAMCO Transmissions  2/10/83 p.52
    First Midwest Computer  2/10/83 p.52
    European Tan Spa  2/17/83 p.45
    Touche's  3/3/83 p.16
    Tiger International Trading Partners Ltd.  4/14/83 p.70
    Management Recruiters; J. Edgar Leed, owner/manager  4/28/83 p.58
    Spa Lady; Charles Devorak, owner  5/19/83 p.62
    Vision Video; Bob & Mary Nowark, owners  5/26/83 p.52
    Housing System Sourcing; Shepard D. Robinson, owner  6/23/83 p.56
    Curtan Tours; Steve Little, president  6/30/83 p.48
    Darkins; Jim Farmer, new store manager  6/30/83 p.61
    Cynthia Rowley, Inc.; Cynthia Rowley and Judy Logue, owners  8/14/83 p.33
    Hemisphere Corp.  8/18/83 p.57
    David L Mahnke and Associates, Inc.  8/25/83 p.56

CABLE TELEVISION
    Centel to teach how to produce T.V. shows  6/16/83 p.12

CALHOUN, BOBBI
    Volunteers at Good Shepard Hospital  4/21/83 p.23

CALHOUN,  JIM
    Volunteers at Good Shepard Hospital  4/21/83 p.23

CAMP, STEVEN B.
    Barrington man gets prison term  6/16/83 p.23

CANDISH, MALCOLM
    President of Wilson Sporting Goods Co.  4/21/83 p.77

CARNAHAN, KIRSTY
    Stage lights up with local actress  3/31/83 p.24

CARTAN TOURS
    Steven Little, president  6/30/83 p.48

CARY YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS
    Many clean up projects  7/7/83 p.30

CATLOW, WRIGHT
    The late Wright Catlow contributes much to Barrington during his 82 years 
        9/22/83 p.19

CENTEL CABLE TELEVISION OF ILLINOIS
    Centel to teach how to produce T.V. shows  6/16/83 p.12

CENTER FOR A WOMAN'S OWN NAME
    The Center for a Women's Own Name  8/4/83 p.21

CHANG, YEE
    N.B. couple sharing with refugees  5/5/83 p.85

CHIAVERINA, CHRIS
    Outstanding physics teacher of year by Illinois Chapter of American Association
        of Physics Teachers (picture)  4/28/83 p.81

CHOUKES, NICHOLAS, DR.
    Dr. Nicholas Choukes honored  3/24/83 p.51

CHURCHES
    Interim pastor David Larsen (picture) to Village Church  2/17/83 p.28
    Early history of church in area  4/28/83 p.28
    St. Michael's has new curate John McCausland  8/4/83 p.16
    Growth of St. Anne's 1,855 to 2,200 now (pictures)  9/1/83 p.70

CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION
    Land sale turns windfall  5/5/83 p.5

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Office-mall proposed (map)  1/20/83 p.5
    Golden Triangle may cost 20$ million  1/27/83 p.10
    New cultural center idea picking up steam  2/3/83 p.16
    Village relying more on property tax  2/24/83 p.10
    Council researches cultural center possibility  2/24/83 p.16
    Group examines ways to improve west side  5/12/83 p.70
    Village ready to spend money on revitalization (picture)  6/16/83 p.76
    Group [Barrington Economic Development Committee] still seeking someone to plan
    Barrington's future  6/30/83 p.62
    Firm of Trkla, Pittigrew, Allen and Payne to be hired to create plan  7/21/83
        p.20

COCKMAN, JAMES
    Named President & CEO of Superior Coffee Co.        (picture)  10/6/83 p.83

CODY, MICHAEL
    Barrington lifeguard hero-pool rescue (picture)  8/11/83 p.18

CONNER, WILLIAM
    Resigns as head of the deputy marshal program  4/28/83 p.11

COOPER, POLLY
    Artist's refuge  1/20/83 p.23

CORCORAN, TOM
    Plans run at Percy for senate seat (picture)  6/16/83 p.75

CRANE, PHILIP M.
    Crane acquitted of drunk driving  6/9/83 p.5

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    BH resident's tip leads to 2 burglary arrests (picture)  1/13/83 p.5
    Insanity defense in Carpentersville murder  1/13/83 p.30
    Student's treatment leads to lawsuit  3/24/83 p.5
    Bad checks increase in stores  4/7/83 p.19
    Youth confesses to 32 heists  4/7/83 p.20
    Unpaid tickets gets woman [Dawn Dyson] tossed in jail  4/14/83 p.88
    Attempts to curb thefts [Barrington High School]  4/28/83 p.16
    Police seeking hit-run driver [John Lamy]  5/26/83 p.26
    Crane acquitted of drunk driving  6/9/83 p.5
    Bomb blast destroys lockers at High School  6/9/83 p.5
    Barrington man [Steve B. Camp] gets prison term  6/16/83 p.23
    Shocked motorists trap murder suspect [Karen Dage] in Barrington Hills
        (picture)  6/30/83 p.5
    Police feared gangs might steal guns in S.B.  7/7/83 p.5
    Former road boss [David Baresel] out of prison  7/14/83 p.53
    Crackdown on phony police organization solicitors in new law  7/14/83 p.53
    Bankruptcy preceded Dage's murder arrest  7/21/83 p.16
    Arrest dampens plan to protest water rate  7/28/83 p.10
    Dage arraignment set for August 16  8/4/83 p.19
    Dage claims innocence  8/18/83 p.5
    Police undercover agents nab 20 suspects on drug charges  9/29/83 p.4

CRIMINAL STATISTICS
    Crime rate down  2/17/83 p.5

CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Unincorporated Cuba Township requests representation  1/27/83 p.52
    Cuba Township  4/14/83 p.101

CULVER, RICHARD
    Police feared gang might steal guns in S.B.  7/7/83 p.5

CYNTHIA ROWLEY, INC.
    Cynthia Rowley and Judy Logue in fashion design business (picture)  8/4/83 p.33

DAGE, KAREN
    Shocked motorists trap murder suspect in Barrington Hills (picture)  6/30/83
        p.5
    Bankruptcy preceded Dage's murder arrest  7/21/83 p.16
    Dage arraignment set for August 16  8/4/83 p.19
    Dage claims innocence  8/18/83 p.5

DAHIR, CHARLES
    Barrington of Baker's Lake (cover picture)  4/7/83 p.22

DARKINS
    Jim Farmer, new store manager  6/30/83 p.61

DAVID L. MAHNKE AND ASSOCIATES, INC.
    David Mahnke, owner  8/25/83 p.56

DAVIS, CLARK
    The day CPR training ends, he saves father  6/23/83 p.11

DE LAPP, JOHN
    Eagle Scout happy his work will be trampled on (picture)  6/30/83 p.64

DEER PARK, ILL.
    Delay in NIKE hearing seen as plus for village  3/31/83 p.14
    D.P. County are closer to NIKE pact  7/21/83 p.12
    Deer Park says pot holes aren't in the village  7/28/83 p.13
    Lake County to look at NIKE site proposed  8/4/83 p.11
    County tries to avert NIKE zoning showdown  8/11/83 p.14
    County won't tie up NIKE sites future  8/18/83 p.5
    Deer Park county reach NIKE site agreement  9/22/83 p.5

DENTISTS
    Council on aging to provide dentists  6/23/83 p.2

"DENTISTS ON WHEELS"
    Council on aging to provide dentists  6/23/83 p.20

DEYOUNG, EDWARD
    New BHS principal gets formal nod  6/9/83 p.19
    Educated educator try to make the grade  7/17/83 p.14

DIOS, PETE E.
    Appointed regional manager of IBM division  1/6/83 p.41

DIOXIN
    C.P.A. may check county water, soil for dioxin  7/14/83 p.32

DRAPER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Draper moves to annex to Lake Zurich  3/17/83 p.5
    Opponents hope to block Draper  3/24/83 p.17
    Judge to hear Draper annexation bid in July  5/19/83 p.18

DRUGS
    Drugs in McHenry County  5/5/83 p.15

DRUNK DRIVING
    Crane acquitted of drunk driving  6/9/83 p.5
    Drunk charge in car crash [Hector Mate]  6/23/83 p.24

DYSON, DAWN
    Unpaid tickets gets woman tossed in jail  4/14/83 p.88

ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Groups request revenue sharing  2/3/83 p.18
    Budget will include medical care increases  4/14/83 p.86

ELECTIONS
    Early filings  1/27/83 p.5
    Several uncontested races  2/3/83 p.10
    Candidates find coffee to be stimulating votes  3/31/83 p.5
    Candidates disagree on holding party posts  3/31/83 p.12
    Election 1983  4/7/83 p.70
    Unofficial results of municipal elections  4/14/83 p.5
    Tom Corcow plans run at Percy for senate seat (picture)  6/16/83 p.75

ETTERS FAMILY
    One of Barrington's biggest families  8/25/83 p.82

EUROPEAN TAN SPA
    European Tan Spa opens  2/17/83 p.45

EVANGELICAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
    Restructuring; name change to Evangelical Health System  7/14/83 p.50

FAIRWEATHER, SALLY
    She almost got Picasso to do a football player for Gould Center (picture) 
        1/13/83 p.69

FARMER, JIM
    Darkins new store manager  6/30/83 p.61

FINANCIAL ANALYSTS FEDERATION
    Corliss Anderson awarded the Distinguished Service award  6/9/83 p.58

FINGERPRINTS
    Child fingerprinting underway  3/17/83 p.18
    Fingerprinting begins Tuesday  4/14/83 p.88
    3,000 children get fingerprints  5/12/83 p.36

FIREARMS
    Neighbors upset with Barrington Cop's proposed firearms business  5/19/83 p.10
    Gun-selling officer moving  7/14/83 p.54

FIRES
    Inspection may have prevented fire [Touche's] (picture)  8/25/83 p.29

FIRST MIDWEST COMPUTER
    First Midwest Computer opens  2/10/83 p.52

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARRINGTON
    Building for sale  3/3/83 p.17

FISHER, JOHN T.
    President of Frank J. Corbett Inc.  3/31/83 p.47

FISK, RICHARD
    Richard Fisk Marketing  8/25/83 p.56

FOURTH OF JULY
    Organizing independence parade (picture)  6/23/83 p.5
    50 local groups join in parade  6/30/83 p.11
    New tradition?  7/7/83 p.67

FOX VALLEY HORSE TRIALS
    Trials & tribute  6/30/83 p.25

FRANK J. CORBETT INC.
    John J. Fisher, president  3/31/83 p.47

FRANCES CHAPIN FOUNDATION
    Small foundation gives $83,000 to area groups  4/14/83 p.28

FRIENDLAND, JOHN E.
    Friedland eyes Congress race  8/4/83 p.10

GALVIN, ROBERT
    Top award at Marine Corps ball  4/7/83 p.21

GARBACY, GILLIAN
    Gillian Garbacy exhibits at Barrington Area Library (picture)  1/13/83 p.6

GIRARD, LINDA
    Linda Girard's book poetic answer to child (picture)  1/27/83 p.23

GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Golden Triangle may cost $20 million  1/27/83 p.10

GOLDMAN, SACKS & CO.
    Henry M. Paulson, Jr. named partner of Goldman, Sacks & Co. (picture)  1/20/83
        p.56

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    Good Shepherd offers physician referral service  1/20/83 p.44
    Five assistant directors of nursing (picture)  3/10/83 p.48
    Six physicians added to Good Shepherd staff  3/24/83 p.51
    Lifeline's first [Laurel Miller]  3/31/83 p.26
    Volunteers Jim & Bobbi Calhoun  4/21/83 p.23
    Surgeons at Good Shepherd Hospital use Chymopapain  7/28/83 p.50

GOOD SHEPHARD MANOR
    Topping-out ceremony at Good Shepherd Manor (picture)  5/5/83 p.22
    Application available soon for senior units  8/18/83 p.23
    Seniors housing dedication set for Sunday  11/3/83 p.85

GOULD CENTER
    Gould Center sculpture Fairweather almost got football player (picture) 
        1/13/83 p.69

GRAHAM, BILL
    Former BHS coach named Hall of Fame  1/13/83 p.75

GRANT CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
    Won Chrysler's highest award for service  4/28/83 p.62

GURAK, EILEEN
    Sacred art  4/14/83 p.44

HANDICAPPED
    Aid in jeopardy  2/24/83 p.12

HAPPY MEDIUM
    Proposed Settlement  3/10/83 p.5
    BH sues operations   3/10/83 p.5
    Swingers club records sought  3/31/83 p.22
    Legal maneuvers in sex club suit  5/5/83 p.17
    Lyons blocks Kraus move to open sex club  8/4/83 p.5
    Swingers club operator [Host Kraus] request jury trial after arrest in Lyons 
        8/18/83 p.16

HARPER COLLEGE
    [Mortimer Adler] at Harper for speech  4/14/83 p.86
    Harper holds budget line  6/30/83 p.70
    Two incumbents, water protector in Harper race  8/11/83 p.21

HAYWARD, TOM
    Hills resident Hayward heads lawyers group  7/21/83 p.10

HEALTH QUEST CORP.
    Nursing home builder seeks Barrington bonds  3/31/83 p.19
    Agency to decide fate of nursing home  7/14/83 p.20
    State board sends thumbs down signal on nursing home plan  8/11/83 p.22

HEIDEN, EARLE
    Neighbors upset with Barrington cop's proposed firearms business  5/19/83 p.10
    Gun-selling officer moving  7/14/83 p.54

HELBLING, RICHARD
    President of Champ Corp.'s subsidiary Northern Ductile Castings  4/28/83 p.57

HEMISPHERE CORP.
    Moved to Barrington  8/18/83 p.57

HILL ‘N DALE FARM
    Barrington Hills farm, area trainer figure in "Class"  8/4/83 p.47
    Bluegrass comes to Barrington  8/11/83 p.23

HILLS, KAREN
    T.L. girl crashes into Signal Hill barrier (picture)  8/25/83 p.5

HIRST, ANN
    New library President  5/5/83 p.12

HONQUEST, RICHARD
    Board okays new Honquest store in Barrington board  1/13/83 p.10

HORSES
    Different courses lead to Rosemont Horizon (picture)  2/10/83 p.20
    Challenges outlast disappointment (pictures)  2/17/83 p.62
    Fox Valley horse trials  6/30/83 p.25

HOT AIR BALLOONS
    Story on local balloon enthusiasts (picture)  8/18/83 p.26
    Crash results in suit 2 years later  8/25/83 p.27

HOUSING SYSTEM SOURCING
    Now firm formed by Barrington resident, Shepard D. Robinson  6/23/83 p.56

ICE HOUSE MALL
    Ice House march ban reversed by judge  8/11/83 p.14

ILLINOIS BELL
    Local Bell strikers ask job security in wake of divestiture (picture)  8/11/83
        p.12

ILLINOIS BELL SERVICE CENTER
    Name changed from Phone Center Store  1/6/83 p.38

IMMENS, MARK
    Memorial fund for former BHS theater standout  1/20/83 p.22

JENSEN, BETTY
    Golden anniversary (picture)  8/11/83 p.32

JENSEN, GUNNER
    Golden anniversary (picture)  8/11/83 p.32

JEWEL PARK (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Village drops sidewalk plans for Jewel Park  8/25/83 p.76

JIRKA, FRANK J.
    Named AMA president  6/30/83 p.48

JOHNSEN, GARY
    Barrington teen killed in crash  5/5/83 p.87

JUDGES
    Two judges vow fight to keep seats  5/12/83 p.20
    Field of 25 apply for circuit judgeships  6/9/83 p.13

KEANE, JOHN (JACK)
    Nominated by President Reagan to head the Bureau of the Census (picture)
        12/15/83 p.86

KELLY, DONALD T.
    Named  president of Poly Tech Group Inc.  12/15/83 p.75

KLINGENBERG MODEL VILLAGE
    Village of Barrington, circa 1890  5/5/83 p.5
    Klingenberg Model Village  5/12/83 p.75

KNIGGE, HARRY
    Township residents mourn Knigge's death (picture)  5/12/83 p.12

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
    Begin 2nd 100 years  8/25/83 p.85

KOLACZYK, ANNE
    Romance novelist  6/12/83 p.23

KOLACZYK, ED
    Romance novelists  6/12/83 p.23

KOTZ, RAYMOND
    Elephant patient challenges local dentist (pictures)  1/13/83 p.62

KRASUCKI, LEONARD "SPUD"
    Sunny Hill students fond farewell to "Spud" (pictures)  2/3/83 p.20

KRAUS, HORST
    Swingers Club records sought  3/31/83 p.22
    Seek $1 million from Barrington Hills  4/28/83 p.13
    Legal maneuvers in sex club suit  5/5/83 p.17
    Lyons blocks Kraus move to open sex club (picture)  8/4/83 p.5
    Swingers Club operator request jury trial after arrest in Lyons  8/18/83 p.16

KRUG, CONRAD
    Nazis, depression failed to cage this free spirit (pictures)  2/10/83 p.25

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Plan calls for more stores (map)  1/27/83 p.22
    Zoning Map (picture)  5/12/83 p.86
    L.B. board to ponder police force  8/4/83 p.12

LAMZ, JOHN
    Police seeking hit-run driver  5/26/83 p.20

LAND USE
    Beatrice's changes won't affect SB plans  2/24/83 p.18
    Nursing home planned  2/24/83 p.18
    Draper moves to annex to Lake Zurich  3/17/83 p.5

LARSEN, DAVID
    Interim pastor David Larsen to Village Church (picture)  2/17/83 p.28

LAW
    Crackdown on phony  police organization solicitors in new law  7/14/83 p.53

LAWLER, JEFFREY
    Appointed to new post of patrol bureau commander  4/21/83 p.12

LAWYERS
    List of attorneys to fill four associate judgeships  7/14/83 p.12

LEARNING DISABILITIES
    Speech, hearing problems affect one in ten  5/9/83 p.35
    20% of us may be learning disabled  7/21/83 p.35
    Special groups help adults with L.D.  7/21/83 p.36

LEED, J. EDGAR
    Manager next recruiters  4/28/83 p.58

LIFELINE
    Electronic Lifeline program growing  1/13/83 p.18
    Lifeline  4/7/83 p.35

LINES, JENNIE H.
    Celebrated her 96th birthday (picture)  8/11/83 p.24

LIPOFSKY, HAROLD
    Service award to Lipofsky  6/16/83 p.18

LIQUOR LAWS
    Six firms waiting for licenses  2/17/83 p.11
    Three get okay for liquor licenses  3/3/83 p.14
    Licenses given to area businesses  3/31/83 p.19

LITTLE, STEVEN
    President of Chartan Tours  6/30/83 p.48

LOGANO JOHN OGDEN
    Memorial concert set Sunday  5/9/83 p.28

LOHE, HELEN
    Obituary  7/28/83 p.62

LUTHERANS
    Early history of church in area  4/28/83 p.28

MANKE, DAVID
    David L. Manke and Associates, Inc.  8/25/83 p.56

MANAGEMENT RECRIUTERS
    J. Edgar Leed, owner/manager  4/28/83 p.58

MANTZOROS, JAMES
    Drunk charge in car crash  6/23/83 p.24

MARKS, MARTIN
    Laser beam foot surgery  8/18/83 p.57

MARLBOROUGH, DONALD J.
    Pres. of Pennsylvania Malleable and Ductile Castings  3/31/83 p.53

MARQUETTE, JEFF
    New chief comes from within department  2/17/83 p.5

MATEO, HECTOR
    Drunk charge in car crash  6/23/83 p.24

MAXFIELD, THOMAS O. III
    Small foundation gives $83,000 to area groups  4/14/83 p.28

MAXON, DONALD
    Police chief in Texas  3/3/83 p.5

MAYORAS, DONALD E.
    Named new president of Sun Carriers Inc.(picture)  11/3/83 p.60

MCCAUSLAND, JOHN
    St. Michael's has new curate  8/4/83 p.16

MCCLORY, ROBERT
    Pursues law career after congress  1/6/83 p.21

MCHENRY DAM
    Lobby may keep locks open (picture)  3/3/83 p.5

MCINTOSH SUBDIVISION (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Resident to challenge $900,000 road project  3/31/83 p.18
    Case set for August  6/30/83 p.16
    McIntosh work hearing delayed  8/11/83 p.9

MILLER, LAUREL
    Lifeline's first  3/31/83 p.26

MILLER, ROBERT W.
    Water meter missing on official's business (picture)  7/28/83 p.5

MILLER, WILLIAM
    Conservation leader steps down (picture)  1/27/83 p.14

"MISS BARRINGTON"
    Christine Shoults  5/19/83 p.75

MOMMSEN FAMILY
    Barrington family's relatives trapped in Romania (picture)  2/3/83 p.54
    Garage sale to keep family  5/5/83 p.20

MORECRAFT, ELSIE
    Tribute to 60 yrs. (picture)  5/19/83 p.26

MORECRAFT, WALTER
    Tribute to 60 yrs. (picture)  5/19/83 p.26

"MRS. ILLINOIS"
    Arleen Wagner to compete for Mrs. Illinois (picture)  1/27/83 p.60

NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
    McHenry county birdens flock for annual count (picture)  1/13/83 p.16

NELSON, LINDA LEE, REV.
    Rev. Nelson assistant pastor (picture)  8/25/83 p.11

NIKE (MISSLE SITE)
    Prison on Nike site draws fire (picture)  1/6/83 p.5
    County to reconsider work-release move  1/13/83 p.5
    Barrington opposes prison proposal  1/13/83 p.10
    Photograph of citizens/ demonstration  1/20/83 p.1
    County delays decision  1/20/83 p.5
    Work release: an inside look (pictures)  1/20/83 p.10
    Residents battle to keep release out (picture)  1/20/83 p.10
    Jail eyed as temporary work-release site  1/27/83 p.5
    Nike needs "classy" cons  1/27/83 p.37
    Nike site still possible as work-release home  2/3/83 p.5
    Work-release to move to Nike site, says county  2/10/83 p.5
    Deer Park suit  2/24/83 p.5
    Realtors prison will hurt home values  2/24/83 p.5
    Deer Park trustees help with legal fees [prison]  3/3/83 p.14
    Kildeer to fight [prison]  3/10/83 p.10
    Deer Park to appeal [prison]  3/17/83 p.5
    Kildeer ready in Nike fight  3/24/83 p.52
    Delay in Nike hearing seen as plus for village  3/31/83 p.14
    County work-release program moves to jail  4/14/83 p.90
    Deer Park, County are close to Nike part  7/21/83 p.12
    Lake County to look at Nike site proposal  8/4/83 p.11
    County tries to avert Nike zoning showdown  8/11/83 p.14
    County won't tie up Nike site's future  8/18/83 p.5
    Deer Park, County reach Nike site agreement  9/22/83 p.5

NORTH BARRINGTON AREA ASSOCIATION
    Celebrate golden anniversary  4/21/83 p.29

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    N.B. area group marks 50th year  3/31/83 p.11
    Holds budget line  4/28/83 p.14
    Fight brewing in N.B. over sail  6/3/83 p.22

NOWACKI, BOB
    Vision Video  5/26/83 p.52

NOWACK, MARY
    Vision Video  5/26/83 p.52

OASIS
    New learning experience for toddlers  5/5/83 p.62

OCTAGON HOUSE
    Fires kept changing Barrington's downtown  4/14/83 p.32
    1894 Barrington  5/26/83 p.66
    Doctor charges $8 for delivering baby in 1896  7/21/83 p.64
    Restoration colors like those on 1880's house  7/21/83 p.65
    In 1897 Barrington electric lights homes  8/25/83 p.34

O'MELIA, JIM
    Deputy marshal graduated (picture)  1/20/83 p.19

PAULSON, HENRY M., JR.
    Named partner of Goldman, Sachs and Co. (picture)  1/20/83 p.56

PAULSON LUMBER CO.
    May close in May  3/3/83 p.11

PEPPER, LEROY
    Ela settles out of court over former trustee's salary  1/13/83 p.12

PHONE CENTER STORE
    Name changed to Illinois Bell Service Center  2/6/83 p.38

PICASSO, PABLO
    Gould Center sculpture: Fairweather almost got football player (picture)
        1/13/83 p.69

POLICE
    Village places police chief under authority of village manage  1/13/83 p.48
    Deputy marshal [Jim O'Melia] is graduated (picture)  1/20/83 p.19
    New chief comes from within department (picture)  2/17/83 p.5
    Police chief [Donald Maxon] in Texas  3/3/93 p.5
    South Barrington experience prepares Hess for chief job (picture)  3/24/83 p.21
    Jeffrey Lawler appointed to new post of patrol bureau commander  4/21/83 p.12
    Police board invests more money in CCPA's credit union  4/28/83 p.80
    Some cops upset over cost-of-living pay loss  5/19/83 p.14
    Cops may sue to contest promotions  5/26/83 p.5
    Sex discrimination  5/26/83 p.5
    Cops appeal two suspensions  5/26/83 p.21
    Barrington police to meet soon on ways to express dissatisfaction  6/9/83 p.22
    SB hires new patrolman  6/9/83 p.22
    Commission reverses suspension of Sgt. Benson by police chief  7/21/83 p.18
    Barrington policeman [Marvin Thomas} nabs murder suspect  7/28/83 p.10
    L.B. board to ponder police force  8/4/83 p.12
    Barrington patrolman threaten village with suit over promotions  8/25/83 p.12
    Officers join national union  8/25/83 p.12

POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC.
    Judge dismisses two of three Poplar Creek Theatre defenses  1/27/83 p.11

POPLAR HILLS (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Poplar Hills appeal court's ruling  5/19/83 p.13

PORNOGRAPHY
    Porn shop wants one year, residents incensed  5/26/83 p.42

PRISONS
    Prison on Nike site draws ire (picture)  1/6/83 p.5
    County to reconsider work release move  1/13/83 p.5
    Barrington opposes proposal  1/13/83 p.10
    Photograph of citizens' demonstration  1/20/83 p.1
    County delays decision  1/20/83 p.5
    Work release; an inside look (pictures)  1/20/83 p.10
    Residents battle to keep work release out (picture)  1/20/83 p.10
    Jail eyed as temporary work release site  1/27/83 p.5
    Nike needs "classy" cons  1/27/83 p.37
    Nike site still possible as work release home  2/3/83 p.5
    Work release to move to Nike site says county  2/10/83 p.5
    Deer Park suit  2/24/83 p.5
    Realtors: prison will hurt home values  2/24/83 p.5
    Deer Park trustees help with legal fees  3/3/83 p.14
    Kildeer to fight  3/10/83 p.10
    Deer Park to appeal  3/17/83 p.5
    Kildeer ready in Nike fight  3/24/83 p.52
    County work release program moves to jail  4/14/83 p.90
    Temporary home across from county jail  4/28/83 p.22

PRIST, WAYNE F.
    Named Director of the Center for Pastoral Ministry of the   Archdiocese of
        Chicago  6/30/83 p.19

RAFTING (SPORTS)
    Carol Schoengart rents rafts (picture)  7/28/83 p.23

REVIVAL SUNDAY
    Rev. Henry Rozeboom at Gospel Tabernacle (picture)  8/18/83 p.79

RICHARD FISK MARKETING
    Richard Fisk Marketing  8/25/83 p.56

RICHARD HANQUEST FINE FURNISHINGS
    Board okays new Honquest store on Barrington road  1/13/83 p.10

ROADS
    Westside residents slam Hart Road loop plan  5/26/83 p.18
    Study of Hart Road bypass  6/30/83 p.12
    Rt. 14 scheduled for $700,000 facelift  7/7/83 p.5
    Extension idea for Hart Road still under study  7/14/83 p.18
    Deer Park says potholes aren't in the village  7/28/83 p.13
    Board widens traffic bypass study  7/28/83 p.14
    Rt. 53 plan rises again (map)  8/4/83 p.8
    Highway planner will ask merchant for land  8/4/83 p.14
    McIntosh work being delayed  8/11/83 p.9

ROBINSON, SHEPARD D.
    New firm [Housing System Sourcing] formed by Barrington resident  6/23/83 p.56

ROCK, PHILIP
    Cut service on up tax, says Rock (picture)  1/27/83 p.16

RON BEESE PARK
    Dedication of park  5/26/83 p.24

ROQUE (GAME)
    Barrington prepares for a rogue revival  7/21/83 p.5

ROSS, GEORGE "BARNEY"
    War hero, President Kennedy's friend (picture)  7/28/83 p.62

ROZEBOOM, HENRY
    Rev. Henry Rozeboom at Gospel Tabernacle  8/18/83 p.79

RUNNING
    Keep healthy (picture)  5/19/83 p.24

RUSH, JOE
    New Chamber of Commerce president (picture)  1/20/83 p.40

ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH
    Growth of St. Anne's 1,855 to 2,200 now (cover picture, picture)  9/1/83 p.70

ST. ANNE SCHOOL
    Sister Margaret feels at home at St. Anne's (picture)  3/3/83 p.21
    St. Anne families would benefit [tuition tax credits]  4/7/83 p.11

SAMARAS, JANET
    Meet the artist at local library  5/12/83 p.32

SAMBORSKI, GENEVIEVE
    Celebrate golden anniversary  6/9/83 p.28

SAMBORKSKI, LOUIS
    Louis and Genevieve Samborski celebrate golden anniversary  6/9/83 p.28

SAUER, WALTER A.
    Bystanders help police nab fleeing motorcyclist  6/9/83 p.5

SAV-A-HOUSE
    Time to landscape  4/14/83 p.74
    114 W. Lake  5/12/83 p.72

SCHAEFFER, JOHN M.
    Obituary  7/28/83 p.63

SCHAK, DONALD
    Chiropractor Dr. Donald Schak (picture)  3/24/83 p.31

SCHMALZ FAMILY
    Barrington family's relatives trapped in Romania  (pictures)  2/3/83 p.54

SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM M.
    Will be the next president of Tower Lakes  4/7/83 p.5

SCHOOLS
    Special ed fund crunch makes changes likely  4/7/83 p.15
    Summit school  5/5/83 p.24
    How do your schools rate with others in area  5/19/83 p.5
    Special ed suit's effect widening  6/9/83 p.18
    School special director [Jennie Swanson] job changed  6/16/83 p.78

SCHROENGART, CAROL
    Carol Schroengart rents rafts (picture)  7/28/83 p.23

SEX ORIENTED BUSINESSES
    Proposed settlement [happy medium]  3/10/83 p.5
    BH sues operators [happy medium]  3/10/83 p.5
    Swinging club records sought  3/31/83 p.22
    Horst Kraus seek $1 million from Barrington Hills  4/28/83 p.13
    Legal maneuvers in sex club suit  5/5/83 p.17
    Lyons blocks Kraus move to open sex club (picture)  8/14/83 p.5
    Swingers club operator requests jury trial after arrest in Lyons  8/18/83 p.16

SHOULTS, CHRISTINE
    Miss Barrington  5/19/83 p.75

"SINBAD THE GORILLA"
    Lincoln Park gorilla receives dental exam (picture)  7/14/83 p.22

SONGNEFEST, PETER
    Elected to board of CVD (picture)  1/20/83 p.46

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    S.B. hires new patrolman  6/9/83 p.22

SPA LADY
    Charles Devorak,  owner  5/19/83 p.62

SQUARE D
    L. Paul Williams named president  8/4/83 p.76

STONE, W. CLEMENT
    Draper moves to annex to Lake Zurich  3/17/83 p.5
    Opponents hope to block Draper  3/24/83 p.17

STRUBEL, RICHARD P.
    President of Northwest Industries  6/9/83 p.58

STUDENTS
    Children practice fete  3/3/83 p.18

SUMMIT SCHOOL
    Summit School  5/5/83 p.24

SUNNY HILL SCHOOL
    Sunny Hill students fond farewell to "spud" (picture)  2/3/83 p.20

SWANSON, JENNIE
    School special director job changed  6/16/83 p.78

T&L AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS
    T&L Aamco transmissions  2/10/83 p.52

TAFEL, JAMES B.
    Retires as chairman of Technical Publishing  2/10/83 p.50

TAXATION
    Village relying more on property tax  2/24/83 p.10
    St. Anne families would benefit from tuition tax credits  4/7/83 p.11
    Up slightly over last year  4/14/83 p.76
    Case set for August [McIntosh Subdivision]  6/30/83 p.16
    Area legislators differ on tax, bargaining bills  7/7/83 p.5
    Group suggests higher tax levy  7/14/83 p.19

TEACHERS
    Outstanding physics teacher of year by Illinois chapter of American Association
        of Physics Teachers (picture)  4/28/83 p.81

TECHNICAL PUBLISHING
    James B. Tafel retires as chairman  2/10/83 p.50

TETER, ELIZABETH H.
    Obituary  7/28/83 p.63

THOMAS, MARVIN
    Barrington policeman nabs murder suspect  7/28/83 p.10

THUROW, CHRISTOPHER
    Member of Church of Christ is first to enter ministry from here  7/28/83 p.44

TIGER-INTERNATIONAL TRADING PARTNERS LTD
    New office in Barrington  4/14/83 p.70

TRKLA, PITTGREW, ALLEN AND PAYNE
    To be hired to create Village plan  7/21/83 p.20

TOUCHE'S (RESTAURANT)
    New restaurant  3/3/83 p.16
    Inspection may have prevented fire (picture)  8/25/83 p.29

TOUGHLOVE
    Group says get tough with problem teens  2/10/83 p.65

TOWER LAKES, ILL.
    William M. Schneider will be the next president  4/7/83 p.5

TRADE UNIONS
    Teachers win lawsuit, '82 contract benefits  1/6/83 p.10
    Strike possibility [District 220]  1/13/83 p.13
    Union reaches understanding  1/20/83 p.5
    Teachers salary ruling has board unhappy  1/20/83 p.13
    Settles for 6% increase  1/27/83 p.15
    Union raising questions over layoff  2/24/83 p.14
    $50,000 ruling to teachers  3/3/83 p.53
    Impasses in contract talks  3/17/83 p.10
    Teacher talks resume tonight  8/18/83 p.13

UNIFICATION CHURCH
    Moonies moving out of candle selling phase  7/7/83 p.25

UNION CEMETERY
    Dead for a century they gain new respect (picture)  10/27/83 p.22

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Postal Service seeks site offers  5/26/83 p.50

VAUGHAN, GERALD A.
    Gerald A. Vaughan receives safety award  3/31/83 p.68

VISION VIDEO
    Bob and Marcy Nowacki, owners  5/26/83 p.52

WALBAUM, WALTER
    Realtor of the year (picture)  6/16/83 p.58

WATER QUALITY
    E.P.A. may check county water, soil for dioxin  7/14/83 p.32

WATER SUPPLY
    Average water bill may rise  3/10/83 p.12
    Arrest dampens plan to protest water rate  7/28/83 p.10
    Computer system plugs water meter errors  8/11/83 p.11
    Octagon House letters: first waterworks transforms Barrington into 20th century
        town  10/20/83 p.10

WEGMAN, ARLEEN
    To compete for Mrs. Illinois title (picture)  1/27/83 p.60

WETHINGTON, BRETT
    Needs liver transplant (picture)  6/16/83 p.87

WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)
    Barrington literary magazine makes historical debut  6/23/83 p.26

WHITE, NEIL
    Neill 13, gets taste of space (picture)  7/7/83 p.16

WILES, ROBERT E.
    Quasar appoints new manager  7/7/83 p.30

WILLIAMS, L. PAUL
    Square D names Williams as president  8/4/83 p.76

WINSLOW, ROBERT
    Contemporary stone cutter (picture)  6/16/83 p.26

WOLFE, GENE
    Sc-fi writer and trade magazine editor  8/4/83 p.4

YOUNG WRITERS CONTEST
    Four student authors  5/5/83 p.27

YOUTH
    Toughlove group: get tough with problem teens  2/10/83 p.65

ZENK, COLLEEN
    Alumni performers come home (picture)  1/6/83 p.21

ZEPEDA, GEORGE
    One killed in S.B. police chase  7/28/83 p.66

ZONING
    NB endorses Bell's rezone bid  1/27/83 p.19
    Zoning map, Lake Barrington (picture)  5/12/83 p.86
    County tries to avert NIKE zoning showdown  8/11/83 p.14

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