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Barrington Courier-Review Index 1979

ACCIDENTS
    Haight killed in accident  2/15/79 p.16
    Multiple-car accident at Routes 68 and 62  3/15/79 p.16
    Gould killed in accident  3/29/79 p.16
    2 BH policemen injured in car crash (picture)  5/17/79 p.5
    Publisher of the Barrington Courier-Review and his wife are killed 
        in plane crash  5/31/79 p.6
    Cary man killed, car hit bike  6/21/79 p.22
    Crash kills Algonquin woman (picture)   8/2/79 p.5
    Girl killed in auto crash  9/6/79 p.14
    Man killed in BH gravel truck-automobile crash (picture)  10/4/79 p.10
    Five injured in head-on crash  11/8/79 p.12

ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF
    Pulling arrow from duck wins award for two boys (picture)  11/1/79 p.14

ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)
    Former BH park annexed to Carpentersville  9/6/79 p.15

ANNIVERSARIES
    St. Mark's, celebrates 25th anniversary (picture)  4/26/79 p.36
    Quaker Oats in village 25 years (picture)  10/25/79 p.14

ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL
    Parents protest large classes  8/23/79 p.18

ARTISTS
    Ruth Appelborn Mead discusses her career as artist  1/11/79 p.10
    Marvin Lipofsky achieves fame as artist  4/5/79 p.10
    Art exhibit at library  4/19/79 p.55

AUTHORS
    Author Florri McMillan to speak at library  4/19/79 p.55
    Kildeer author's [Anne Kolaczk] first success (picture)  8/16/79 p.21
    Author [Allan W. Eckert] places world in writing (picture)  10/25/79 p.11
    Young people's author [Stella Pevsner] (picture)  11/8/79 p.84
    Shepherd Robinson author of new book  11/22/79 p.102

BACINO, SALLY
    Special Education teacher honored  5/3/79 p.30

BAKER, GAY
    Courier editor promoted (picture)  6/14/79 p.6

BAKER, ROBERT
    BHS principal charged with inciting students during Zarlenga visit  2/1/79 p.19

BALSAMO, VIRGINIA
    Wins conservation award  3/8/79 p.71

BARDLEIGH, DEREK
    Former cyclist is crossing guard (pictures)  11/15/79 p.21

BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL
    BAAC opens gallery in library  3/1/79 p.15

BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    Mancuso discusses goals  1/11/79 p.9
    Honors Beese  2/1/79 p.15
    Sponsors Alpine town (picture)  4/19/79 p.23
    Gives Kurzeja first beautification award (picture)  6/14/79 p.92
    Names five new directors (picture)  10/11/79 p.86
    Land use tops on problem list of BACC  11/22/79 p.11

BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
    Protests Office of Management and Budget cuts  1/4/79 p.7
    Lake Barrington considers membership  1/11/79 p.12
    To study traffic problem  2/1/79 p.6
    Studies alternative techniques for waste disposal  2/8/79 p.6
    Files petition to halt Poplar Creek Theatre  2/15/79 p.5
    Studies transportation  3/1/79 p.14
    Wants to intervene in theater case  3/22/79 p.20
    BACOG not allowed to intervene in theater case  4/12/79 p.12
    Lake Barrington voters split on joining BACOG  4/19/79 p.6
    Anderson leaves BACOG  5/10/79 p.12
    To study effects of heliports  6/28/79 p.22
    TL may drop out of BACOG  6/28/79 p.16
    TL to reconsider BACOG membership  7/5/79 p.12
    Director defends BACOG in Tower Lakes  8/23/79 p.26
    Two towns face issue of inclusion in BACOG  9/13/79 p.5
    BACOG to receive $18,000 grant  9/13/79 p.118
    Lake Barrington to stay out of BACOG  9/20/79 p.6
    Tower Lakes pays BACOG dues  9/20/79 p.6
    Cluster plan under fire from BACOG  9/27/79 p.13
    BACOG asked to look at housing  11/29/79 p.23
    BACOGs Klein wants changed Stone plan  12/13/79 p.26
    BACOG reports septic problems because of full dump sites  12/20/79 p.103

BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
    Grid system discussion continues  2/15/79 p.14
    May install grid system without fire district approval  4/12/79 p.5
    Grid proponents seek grant  5/31/79 p.19
    Sponsors grid system  8/31/78 p.19

BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY
    Dot Thomas tribute from library staff  1/11/79 p.58
    Plans celebration for building's first anniversary  1/25/79 p.38
    Friends appoint board members  2/8/79 p.68
    Welcomes guests at first anniversary celebration  2/8/79 p.15
    BAAC opens gallery in library  3/1/79 p.15
    Gets new traffic signal  3/29/79 p.5
    Shakespeare reading at library (picture)  4/19/79 p.71
    Barrington Junior Woman's Club donates to library, other groups  4/19/79 p.58
    Author Florri McMillan to speak  4/19/79 p.55
    Books written by local children added  5/3/79 p.34
    Library board gets bids for traffic light  5/10/79 p.28
    Takes low bid on traffic light work  5/17/79 p.32
    Library head answers questions, criticism  6/7/79 p.14
    Board seeks residents advice on goals, purpose  6/7/79 p.22
    Library board president, Erik Roos answers questions about library operations
        6/7/79 p.14
    Book collection is highest priority  7/12/79 p.6
    Library critics charge "tight ship" run loose  7/12/79 p.6
    $691,000 dream  8/9/79 p.12
    Library trustees to deliver on traffic light promise  9/13/79 p.18
    Stoplight due in 6 months at $52,000 cost  10/11/79 p.14
    Library to combat unruly teenagers  10/18/79 p.13
    Library glass door smashed  11/8/79 p.24
    Traffic light to cost more  11/8/79 p.31
    Tina Madden's Christmas tree tells volumes of kids stories  12/13/79 p.12

BARRINGTON ART LEAGUE
    Brief history (pictures)  5/3/79 p.10

BARRINGTON BRONCOS
    Regional triumph sends Broncos to World Series (picture)  8/30/79 p.1
    Third in the country  9/6/79 p.7

BARRINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
    Wayne Kurzeja wins Chamber of Commerce Beautification Award (picture)  6/14/79
        p.92

BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220
    Cost of swimming pool up  1/11/79 p.18
    Zoeller resigns  1/18/79 p.5
    Attempts to amend filing date for tax levy  1/18/79 p.18
    Explains school closings  1/25/79 p.5
    Vorlop wants permanent post  2/15/79 p.12
    Poll shows dissatisfaction  3/8/79 p.5
    Hallett, Thomas not to seek re-election  3/29/79 p.6
    Lists board candidates  4/12/79 p.51
    Mountsier, Ritter win board seats  4/19/79 p.5
    Board to study Latin program idea  4/19/79 p.18
    Tentative approval given to adding college credit courses to BHS  4/19/79 p.22
    Opposition to proposed pupil transfer  5/3/79 p.26
    Superintendent field narrows  5/25/79 p.5
    Vorlop candidate for superintendent  6/7/79 p.18
    Bans village sign  6/21/79 p.19
    To study expansion of exchange student program  6/21/79 p.18
    Could have $1.3 million deficit by June 1980  6/21/79 p.6
    Senate vote can boost school funds  6/28/79 p.13
    Slocum new superintendent (picture)  7/12/79 p.5
    Schools vote to break sex barrier in sports  7/19/79 p.5
    Board denies request to close BHS Hager Street entrance  7/19/79 p.28
    Board may require sealed bids on all contracts  8/2/79 p.6
    Ross predicts need for tax hike  8/23/79 p.6
    Gifted children to receive boost from new group  8/30/79 p.11
    Judge dismisses bidding suit against district on janitorial service  9/6/79
        p.5
    Budget reflects 8.7% hike  9/27/79 p.5
    Gifted children group pleased with District 20 board's 	support  10/11/79 p.14
    $1.3 million deficit  10/11/79 p.5
    Content with smoking area for upper classmen  10/18/79 p.19
    Hires security service despite BHS pupils' objections  10/18/79 p.18
    Board approves bond of $2.4 million to cover debt  10/18/79 p.12
    Enrollment decline may trigger school closings  10/25/79 p.18
    Sets salary range  10/25/79 p.19
    To deal with enrollment decline  11/8/79 p.31
    Administrator's salaries listed  11/15/79 p.19
    Janitor firm to appeal decision on District 220 bidding practices  11/29/79
        p.12
    Okays bond issuance  12/6/79 p.14
    Slocum predicts debt of $7.8 million by June  12/6/79 p.14

BARRINGTON COURIER-REVIEW
    Roof collapses from blizzard  1/18/79 p.10
    Wins top prize  3/1/79 p.5
    Publisher and wife killed in plane crash  5/31/79 p.6
    Named finest weekly in Illinois, wins nine awards  9/20/79 p.5

BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
    Must give approval to grid system  3/8/79 p.6
    Acquires snorkel truck  4/5/79 p.5
    Supports grid system but won't fund  4/26/79 p.13
    Martens out as fire chief, Kranz in (picture)  5/10/79 p.5
    Response delay rare for MIC, says Martens  10/11/79 p.10

BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
    Students Jeer Zarlenga  1/11/79 p.5
    Offices burglarized  1/11/79 p.5
    Wenninger defends action in Zarlenga visit  1/18/79 p.20
    Question of [Susan Myhre] playing varsity soccer at BHS  1/18/79 p.105
    Principal charged with inciting students  2/1/79 p.19
    Criticizes administration in Zarlenga incident  2/22/79 p.19
    Locker break-ins at BHS  3/22/79 p.6
    Special education teacher honored  5/3/79 p.30
    Joints cause pool delay  5/17/79 p.14
    Homeowner confronts High School vandals  6/7/79 p.11
    Accredit group praises teacher, knocks facility  6/7/79 p.5
    Football coach resigns  6/7/79 p.5
    Technology Department awards (picture)  6/14/79 p.14
    New smoking policy debated  6/14/79 p.19
    Graduates '79 and '49 - styles change, memories differ little (picture)
        6/14/79 p.25
    1979 senior class list  6/14/79 p.27
    Joe Plaskas new football coach (picture)  6/14/79 p.121
    Outdoor graduation held (pictures.)  6/21/79 p.10
    Threlkeld puts grade on CBS  6/21/79 p.11
    Students' report appeals for use of cars  6/28/79 p.28
    Progress on swimming pool repairs  7/12/79 p.22
    Revised school manual keeps off-campus rule  7/19/79 p.18
    Student fined in Zarlenga damages  7/19/79 p.18
    Janitorial firm says District 220 is bypassing bidding laws  7/19/79 p.5
    Janitorial firm asks court ruling on school district's bid policy  7/26/79 p.5
    Theft robs cast of "Singin" of hospital donation  7/26/79 p.19
    Thieves steal electronic equipment  7/26/79 p.16
    Pool to open in fall, maybe  7/26/79 p.9
    Hearing set on Janitorial bid controversy  8/2/79 p.6
    Subcontractor suing school district for final pool payment  8/16/79 p.12
    Wet and waiting: pool finished at last (picture)  8/23/79 p.5
    District 220 school board tours high school in wheel chairs (picts.)  8/23/79
        p.14
    District taxpayer adds name to suit regarding janitorial service  8/30/79 p.18
    Transfer students thankful for the pits (picture)  9/6/79 p.11
    BHS Students return after AFS tours abroad (picture)  9/13/79 p.19
    Oct. 26 pool dedication date  10/4/79 p.19
    School board, student unhappy with student response  10/11/79 p.20
    2,800 students make BHS ripe for crime (pictures)  11/1/79 p.15
    Price tag for school safety $2 million  11/22/79 p.20
    Choir director Phil Maak leaves 'em happy and singing (pictures)  12/13/79 p.10
    Rithum Machine all-staters (pictures)  12/13/79 p.18
    Examines SAT, ACT rankings  12/20/79 p.111
    Closed campus main gripe  12/20/79 p.18
    Starts repairs  12/27/79 p.27

BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    Finds court case to fight theater complex  3/14/79 p.7
    Attempts to secure borders  3/22/79 p.12
    Projected budget shows surplus  3/29/79 p.13
    Industries asked to comply with fence law  4/26/79 p.26
    Budget up 11%  4/26/79 p.26
    Barrington, BH negotiate over parcel of land  4/26/79 p.22
    Board blasts Norge music festival  5/24/79 p.15
    Residents to get tax out  5/24/79 p.26
    Village of Barrington joins BH in opposing Norge Music festival  5/31/79 p.5
    Makes boundary pact with Village of Barrington  5/31/79 p.20
    Strikes boundary pact with Village of Barrington  6/28/79 p.24
    Settles barn lawsuit, allows violation  6/28/79 p.31
    Fox River Grove asks land from Hills  6/28/79 p.31
    Joins Water Quality Management plan  6/28/79 p.32
    Village attorney resigns, Marlin Smith to fill post  7/26/79 p.21
    Passes new appropriation  7/26/79 p.12
    Fate of riding center may rest in new plan (picture)  8/16/79 p.11
    To study horse stabling  8/30/79 p.22
    Defines "private stable"  9/20/79 p.16
    Forest preserve seeks grant to buy 200 acres  10/11/79 p.24
    BH looks at Forest Preserve plan  11/8/79 p.26
    Sicilian donkeys call BH home (picture)  11/29/79 p.21

BARRINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
    Historical museum a school and now a store (pict.)  7/12/79 p.45

BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
    Donates to library, other groups  4/19/79 p.58

BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Fire exits blocked by snow  2/1/79 p.5
    Pupils win French contest  4/26/79 p.20
    Richard Ganek new assistant principal  8/23/79 p.19

BARRINGTON PARK (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    To be annexed into Inverness  5/31/79 p.7

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT
    Plans 50th anniversary celebration  1/25/79 p.36
    Election contains contested race  3/29/79 p.11
    Budget up  4/5/79 p.12
    Election results  4/5/79 p.5
    Names officers  4/12/79 p.125
    Dispute over land with village board  5/24/79 p.5
    50th year to note progress (picts.)  6/28/79 p.10
    Miller on board 22 years (picture)  6/28/79 p.29
    Park unit trying to get Lions Drive (Picture)  7/5/79 p.11
    Walbaum plunges in pool to mark 50th anniversary (pictures)  7/12/79 p.11
    Stern action if village won't lease lot  7/12/79 p.14
    Lions Drive roadwork snags talks between developer, parks  7/12/79 p.16
    Park district, village agree on lease for commuter lot  9/27/79 p.10
    Park district to fight road improvement levy  8/16/79 p.26
    Curtis guides park district  8/16/79 p.13
    Developers, park unit negotiate road costs  8/16/79 p.127
    Park unit, village disagree on village's power to tax parks  9/13/79 p.11
    Willing to accept 80-20 split on Lions repairs  9/13/79 p.13
    Says parking lot could become field  9/13/79 p.11
    BH riding center may be enclosed by winter  9/13/79 p.13
    Village, park district tax battle foes to court  10/4/79 p.10
    Okays parking lot lease  10/11/79 p.13
    Enjoys growth  10/26/79 p.64
    Sets 1980 budget  11/22/79 p.7
    Village, park may settle Carl Avenue improvements  11/22/79 p.33
    Hills residents get fee break from park districts  11/29/79 p.24
    Liability for parking lot addressed  12/13/79 p.13

BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.
    Asks to ban transport of deadly fuels  3/22/79 p.5
    No budget increases  4/12/79 p.13

BARRINGTON WOMEN'S CLUB
    Jean Dake new president (picture)  6/21/79 p.57

BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES
    Needs new home  6/28/79 p.28
    Township building considered for new BYS home  7/5/79 p.18
    BYS and village eye new center  7/12/79 p.14
    Lake Street homeowners meet with BYS  7/26/79 p.18
    Aid asked in vandalism fight  8/2/79 p.13
    Lake Street residents tell BYS it is not welcome  8/2/79 p.13
    May not have to move  8/9/79 p.19
    Village board to answer Lake Street question  8/16/79 p.15
    Program to meet needs (pictures)  8/23/79 p.20
    BYS status remains same at Main Street  9/6/79 p.7
    BYS to lose director Bert (picture)  10/4/79 p.13
    To start Big Brother program  10/11/79 p.19
    Director wants to stay  10/18/79 p.13
    Retains director  11/1/79 p.13

BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Homeowners oppose grocery store  1/4/79 p.14
    Considers cable TV  1/4/79 p.13
    McDonald's given reprieve on arches  2/15/79 p.24
    Objections to livery service license  3/1/79 p.6
    Livery services object to village license  3/1/79 p.6
    Discusses drinking age for packaged liquor  3/15/79 p.20
    Livery service owners object to code  3/15/79 p.10
    Limousines to be exempt from purchase of taxi license  3/29/79 p.21
    Budget to grow but taxes to stay same in 79-80  4/19/79 p.6
    Approves $8.5 million budget  4/26/79 p.5
    Barrington, BH negotiate over parcel of land  4/26/79 p.22
    Towns still to pay extra for police protection  5/17/79 p.21
    Opposes rezoning of Rand Road  5/17/79 p.13
    Reduces fines for illegal parking  5/17/79 p.5
    Would like to be out of park business; dispute over land with Park District
        5/24/79 p.5
    Joins BH in opposing Norge music festival  5/31/79 p.5
    Makes boundary pact with BH  5/31/79 p.20
    Tables proposed increase in water and sewer rates  6/10/79 p.9
    Permit price to drop for commuter lots  6/14/79 p.5
    Park board won't swap lot   6/14/79 p.11
    Residents knock plan to ease sign setbacks  6/21/79 p.6
    Raises water rates 39%  6/28/79 p.7
    Sign fries McDonald's  6/28/79 p.5
    Setback law keeps signs up in the air  6/28/79 p.5
    Main St. catch-22: pay or no parking  6/28/79 p.6
    Village likes plan for free parking  6/28/79 p.6
    75% of permits sold in train lots  7/5/79 p.9
    Supports law to ban teenage drinking  7/12/79 p.11
    Parking ban clears way for Main St. roadwork  7/12/79 p.7
    Stern action if village won't lease lot  7/12/79 p.14
    Sidewalk units created in village  7/26/79 p.20
    Noisy gravel trucks  7/26/79 p.5
    Court clears way for village to purchase Wood St. lot  7/26/79 p.9
    Main St. parking ban nets dollars  7/26/79 p.18
    Village residents to fight trucks  8/2/79 p.5
    Senator Graham asks state, county help in gravel truck war  8/9/79 p.5
    Compromise reached [sign ordinance]  8/16/79 p.5
    Plans to control gravel truck traffic  8/16/79 p.12
    400 residents say Mac's sign okay  8/16/79 p.5
    Village board plans to control gravel truck traffic  8/16/79 p.12
    Despite all-out war, trucks keep coming (picture)  8/23/79 p.7
    Police study shows truck enforcement costs  8/30/79 p.15
    Lake Street house for storage space, say village officials  8/30/79 p.13
    Gravel haulers' park-in protest crackdown (picture)  8/30/79 p.5
    Village to consider cost of adding more school crossing guards  9/13/79 p.7
    Two-hour parking on Prospect  9/13/79 p.18
    Village manager advises demolition of Lake Street home  9/13/79 p.12
    Police vow to intercept truck convoys (picture)  9/27/79 p.5
    Local community center needed  9/27/79 p.11
    Park district, village agree on lease for lot  9/27/79 p.10
    Village sidewalk replacement program questioned, explained  10/4/79 p.11
    Village upgrades crossing guards  10/11/79 p.15
    Park unit okays parking lot lease  10/11/79 p.13
    Correction to story of 10/11/79  10/18/79 p.12
    New law frees district to establish grid system  10/18/79 p.6
    Spares Lake Street house [See also correction to story 10/18/79 p.121]
        10/18/79 p.32
    Police see detente in gravel truck war  10/25/79 p.8
    Board denies 6 a.m. garbage pickup request  10/25/79 p.20
    Former motorcyclist is crossing guard (picture)  11/15/79 p.21
    Funding, enforcement face grid planners  11/15/79 p.28
    Burger King sign too big  11/29/79 p.115
    Village sets new parking rules for occasional commuters  11/29/79 p.22
    Agrees to water control of Flint Creek  12/13/79 p.20
    False alarms prompt village to seek controlling ordinance  12/13/79 p.15
    Area moving ahead with emergency grids  12/13/79 p.33

BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS
    Local little league inspiration for Fox Point author's first book (picture)
        7/26/79 p.49

BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY
    Special anniversary at Roy E. Wilmering Scout Cabin (picture)  10/18/79 p.11

BATAILLE, LEONA
    Leona Bataille chose to share talent as a teacher (picture)  12/13/79 p.101

BEESE, CAROL
    Honored by Chamber of Commerce  2/1/79 p.15

BEESLEY, FRED
    Milkman follows father's footsteps (pictures)  7/26/79 p.10

BEN FRANKLIN STORE
    Closes  5/3/79 p.6

BERT, ROGER
    BYS to lose director Bert (picture)  10/4/79 p.13

BEVERLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    16,000 new residents planned for 921 acres (map)  11/8/79 p.1 
    SB trustees say opposition futile  11/15/79 p.30
    Major development south of Barrington seeks more industry  12/20/79 p.14
    Hoffman Estates to hear water study for proposed development  12/27/79 p.28

BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB
    Hansens honored for 51 years in Biltmore (pictures)  10/18/79 p.33

BIRKHOLZ, RALPH
    Longtime Fox River Grove resident, 95, tells secret of life (picture)  10/25/79
        p.72

BLANKE, JOHN
    John Blanke's garden: harvest of his determination (pictures)  6/28/79 p.1

BLICKLE, THOMAS
    Designs luxury buses  1/25/79 p.25

BOLLENBACH, PETER
    Clockmaker describes his craft (pictures)  4/19/79 p.28

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
    Scout cleanup (picture)  4/19/79 p.5

BOYLE, PATRICK
    His own stable: youthful rider's dream for the future  12/6/79 p.58

BRIDGES
    McHenry County unveils Fox Bridge study (map)  7/26/79 p.6
    New bridge needed to handle traffic by 2000  8/2/79 p.20

BRINTLINGER, ANGIE
    National winner in French contest  5/17/79 p.18

BROUGH, WILLIAM
    William Brough wants his Nu Earth garden hauled away (picture)  8/9/79 p.7

BRUZEK, RUSSELL
    Gives Shakespeare reading at library (picture)  4/19/79 p.71

BUCHTA, TOM
    Lake County dean builds dollhouses  4/19/79 p.94

BURGER KING (RESTAURANT)
    Burger King sign too big  11/29/79 p.115

BURKE, JEROME T.
    Named to circuit court  3/22/79 p.36

BUSINESS
    Area women find business ventures rewarding  4/19/79 p.68

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
    Candy and Flower Shop set to open  2/8/79 p.94
    Area women find business ventures rewarding  4/19/79 p.68
    Q & T  5/10/79 p.94
    Kwik-Kopy printing shop opens (picture)  7/5/79 p.62
    Jewelry store opens  10/1/79 p.96
    Take One Video opens  11/15/79 p.96
    Tuxedo Junction opens (picture)  11/15/79 p.94
    Geimer Greenhouse a growing family business (picture)  11/15/79 p.80
    Ed's Finer Meats and Sausage Shop opens in Tae's Food Mart  12/6/79 p.98
    Nicole Boutique opens  12/6/79 p.96

CABLE TELEVISION
    Cable TV in village may be 3 years away  10/18/79 p.25

CANDY AND FLOWER SHOP
    Set to open  2/8/79 p.94

CATLOW THEATRE
    Does not receive approval for landmark status  1/11/79 p.23

CEAS PROPERTY
    Barrington's tallest building set for public hearing  11/15/79 p.14
    Proposed 3-story office building on William Ceas property vetoed  11/22/79 p.11
    Village ponders look of southeast Barrington  12/13/79 p.14

CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION
    New recycling center  1/4/79 p.21

CLUB RENAISSANCE
    Palatine board attempts to block zoning request  4/26/79 p.14
    Barrington village board formally opposes rezoning of land  5/17/79 p.13
    Cook County likely to veto adult club  7/5/79 p.15
    Club opponents taste long-awaited victory  8/9/79 p.24

CORCORAN, TIM
    Memories contrasted with '49 senior (picture)  6/14/79 p.25

COTSWOLD MANOR
    Developer ironing out problems  10/4/79 p.11

COUNTRY PLAYERS
    From basement to stage: the show must go on (picture)  10/4/79 p.75

COUNTRYSIDE CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED
    Place to learn to do more (picture)  3/17/79 p.40

CRAGG, SUSAN
    Elected N. B. village president  4/19/79 p.5
    Discusses job (picture)  8/2/79 p.24

CRANE, PHILIP
    On the campaign trail  2/22/79 p.11
    Rated 0 on voting record by League  5/3/79 p.21
    Campaign manager replaced, may affect presidential campaign  5/10/79 p.7
    One year into race, Crane still running (picture)  8/2/79 p.19
    Says he'll be number one  8/9/79 p.18
    Target of Nader speech at Harper College  10/11/79 p.80
    Campaign expands in state  10/18/79 p.29

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
    Damage by B-B gun  1/11/79 p.21
    Boys damage autos  2/22/79 p.12
    Harper student indicted in murder  3/8/79 p.5
    Penny Pontiac vandalized  3/15/79 p.6
    Harper student pleads innocent in murder trial  3/15/79 p.14
    Locker break-ins at BHS  3/22/79 p.6
    Suspect held in Barrington Hills robbery  4/26/79 p.16
    Carl Gaimari murdered at home in Inverness (picture)  5/3/79 p.5
    Barrington man charged with car theft  5/3/79 p.16
    Teacher indicted for kidnapping of Tower Lakes man  5/3/79 p.16
    Police to release information on  murder of Carl Gaimari  5/17/79 p.15
    Drug bust in BH  5/17/79 p.16
    Vandals burn flag of D-Day vet storeowner  7/12/79 p.7
    Police press for arrest of mailbox vandals (picture)  7/19/79 p.12
    Inverness murder investigation bill tops $25,000 mark  7/19/79 p.13
    Barrington man, girlfriend held in murder try (picture)  7/26/79 p.7
    Body found near Old Dundee Road  8/9/79 p.5
    Leads lead nowhere in Gaimari investigation  8/9/79 p.14
    Two Barrington girls attacked  8/16/79 p.16
    Chicago gang steals six cars from Mancuso, Marquardt  8/23/79 p.16
    Youth Juries: effective in reducing kid crime (picture)  10/25/79 p.5
    Judge halts Palatine youth court  10/25/79 p.13
    Lack of clues halts Gaimari investigation  10/25/79 p.15
    Library glass door smashed  11/8/79 p.24
    Police may be near identifying torso found in Barrington Hills  11/8/79 p.12
    Sharon Slechta pleads guilty to beating her mother  11/22/79 p.134
    Martinek case continued  11/29/79 p.27
    Missouri man guilty of criminal damage to SB property  12/6/79 p.9
    Pillow case burglars in Barrington area  12/27/79 p.23

CUMMINGS, JAMES
    Challenges big names in state primary (picture)  11/22/79 p.12

DAKE, JEAN
    Jean Dake new president (picture)  6/21/79 p.57

DAVIDSON, JERRY F.
    Music director takes new job (picture)  7/12/79 p.33

DEER PARK, ILL.
    Homeowners resist commercial plan  1/18/79 p.15
    Want area entirely residential  2/15/79 p.7
    Office project can't be stopped  2/22/79 p.5
    Office project creates controversy  3/1/79 p.6
    Plan unit recommends office plan  3/15/79 p.6
    Vote delayed on office center  3/22/79 p.7
    Roppolo plans 50-unit office complex  4/19/79 p.12
    Trustee Adamowski to resign  5/3/79 p.135
    Lahr appointed to fill vacant seat  5/24/79 p.11
    Planners reject 60-acre rezoning proposal  6/14/79 p.32
    Deer Parkers tell of development woe with Di Mucci Builders  6/14/79 p.22
    Hearing to be set on rezoning of 60-acre parcel  6/21/79 p.14
    Residents tell plan commission to keep Deer Park residential  8/16/79 p.24
    Last snags unravel for Deer Park Centre  9/13/79 p.19 [See also correction
        to story 9/20/79]
    Correction to story on Deer Park Center 9/13/79  9/20/79 p.16
    Survey respondents reject park development tax levy  10/4/79 p.7
    Planners opt for office-residential mix  11/22/79 p.24
    Offices, homes, research combined in zoning plan  12/20/79 p.103

DELLPAR SPORTS
    Moves to larger facilities  9/27/79 p.82

DI MUCCI BUILDERS
    Deer Parkers tell Inverness of development woe  6/14/79 p.22
    Planning buildings on roads, says Palatine Twp. commissioner  7/26/79 p.15

DICKELMAN, GLADYS
    Television show hostess (picture)  10/25/79 p.104

DUNN, ELIZABETH
    Quilts (picture)  5/17/79 p.44

ECKERT, ALLAN W.
    Author places world in writing (picture)  10/25/79 p.11

ED'S FINER MEATS AND SAUSAGE SHOP
    Ed's Finer Meats and Sausage Shop opens in Tae's Food Mart  12/6/79 p.98

EDGAR FEY JEWELERS
    Jewelry store opens  10/11/79 p.96

EDWARDS, WILBUR
    Communications vet saw Insta-mation boon (picture)  10/4/79 p.21

ELECTIONS
    Comerford, Cullen and Horne elected to Barrington village board  4/19/79 p.5
    McClory unruffled by possible Skinner bid  12/13/79 p.24
    Skinner kicks off bid for McClory seat  12/20/79 p.5
    Third Republican Joins Illinois Senate race  12/20/79 p.11
    Crane, McCartney unopposed in primaries  12/20/79 p.12
    Lake County candidates file  12/20/79 p.20

ELLIS, WENDY
    Former BHS student receives television newscaster award  5/31/79 p.21

ERIKSON, NORMA
    Crossing guard likes children (pictures)  6/21/79 p.29

ERNST, HAZEL
    Honored for work with migrants (picture)  11/1/79 p.70

EXCELL, NICK
    No foreign agents in chef's CIA class  8/9/79 p.39

FAIRWEATHER-HARDIN GALLERY
    Fairweather-Hardin Gallery has painted artful life for women (picture)
        10/11/79 p.33

FAIRWEATHER, SALLY
    Fairweather-Hardin Gallery has painted artful life for women (picture)
        10/11/79 p.33

FALESE, RONALD
    Sues Muppets 2/22/79  p.12

FENVIEW ESTATES (LAND SUBDIVISION)
    Approved by board  2/1/79 p.5
    May be election issue  2/8/79 p.12
    Tower Lakes call halt to Fenview development  8/23/79 p.5
    Tower Lakes faced with lawsuits by Fenview developer  8/30/79 p.26
    Attorney, board wrestle with Fenview hurdles  9/6/79 p.6
    Blocks to Tower Lakes development crumbling  9/13/79 p.7
    Subdivision approved but developer suits stand  9/20/79 p.12
    Tower Lakes, Fenview developers to bury hatchet  11/22/79 p.24

FIRES
    Home-Office complex burns  1/18/79 p.22
    Fire department fights blaze on Brinker Road  1/18/79 p.22
    Bulgarelli home destroyed by fire  3/15/79 p.10
    Tragedy averted despite smoke detector failure (picture)  7/12/79 p.15
    Several injured in Inverness fire  8/30/79 p.29
    Four departments battle Hills barn blaze (picture)  9/6/79 p.5
    Arson suspected in barn fires along Route 72  9/13/79 p.18
    Arson suspected in Last National Bank blaze (picture)  11/29/79 p.6

FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BARRINGTON
    Renovates building for loan center (picture)  11/1/79 p.90

FLOODS
    Damages Wojcik home  3/22/79 p.10
    Orders drainage ditches to LB  4/26/79 p.12
    LB orders flood work for 2 subdivisions  6/21/79 p.18
    LB flood study unveiled  8/2/79 p.25
    LB concerned with plant discharge, fears flood hazard  8/9/79 p.20
    Flood drainage work bids delay start of LB project  8/9/79 p.28

FOX VALLEY PONY CLUB
    Pony means young riders, not horses (picture)  10/25/79 p.21

FREY, BLANCHE
    Honored for work with migrants (picture)  11/1/79 p.70

FRIEDLAND, JOHN E.
    GOP picks Friedland to fill Graham seat (picture)  12/13/79 p.5
    New senator sworn in (picture)  12/13/79 p.11

FROMHERZ, DOROTHY
    Columnist creates bird sanctuary at Echo Point (picture)  9/6/79 p.60

GAIMARI, CARL
    Murdered at home in Inverness (picture)  5/3/79 p.5
    Police to release information on murder of Carl Gaimari  5/17/79 p.15
    Lack of clues halts Gaimari investigation  10/25/79 p.15

GANEK, RICHARD
    Richard Ganek new assistant principal  8/23/79 p.19

GEIMER GREENHOUSE
    Geimer Greenhouse a growing family business (picture)  11/15/79 p.80

GOEBBERT FARM
    Great Pumpkin comes to village  10/4/79 p.13

GOEDE, BARBARA
    Happiness is her own Apple Acres  10/4/79 p.34

GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL
    Area residents named to head "Wall of Life" campaign  4/26/79
        p.84 [See also correction to this story  5/3/79 p.106]
    Correction to "Wall of Life" story of 4/26/79  5/3/79 p.106
    Anticipates opening (picture)  5/10/79 p.14
    Good Shepherd support: a neighborly approach (picture)  7/5/79 p.43
    Plans community tours this month, next  8/23/79 p.25
    Community efforts paved way for new hospital  9/13/79 p.23
    Public invited to dedication (picture)  9/13/79 p.23
    Auxiliary works to aid hospital  9/13/79 p.26
    Administrator of Good Shepherd Hospital describes principles
        of operation (picture)  9/13/79 p.24
    Dedication (picture)  9/27/79 p.6
    Opens doors (picture)  10/18/79 p.5
    Binkley elected director (picture)  11/1/79 p.76
    Filling up ahead of schedule  11/29/79 p.9

GOYAL, VINOD
    Doctors open Women's Health Care Associates (picture)  9/27/79 p.89

GRAHAM, BILL
    Football coach resigns  6/7/79 p.5

GRAHAM, JOHN
    Will work to roll back legislative pay hikes  1/11/79 p.11
    Introduces bill on dangerous prisoners  4/26/79 p.41
    Introduces bill to legalize chymopapain  4/26/79 p.5
    Senate passes Graham's bill to legalize back drug  5/17/79  p.30
    Asks state, county aid in gravel truck war  8/9/79 p.5
    Suffers stroke (picture)  10/11/79 p.5
    Released from hospital  10/18/79 p.6
    Dies Monday (picture)  12/6/79 p.5
    Barrington to Miss its "honest-to-God" friend (picture)  12/6/79 p.10
    GOP committee to pick Graham replacement  12/6/79 p.10
    State senate seat draped in black (picture)  12/13/79 p.7

GUGE, BOB
    Wood carver: wood blocks become birds in his hands (picture)  11/15/79 p.54

GULBRANSON, CAPE
    Barrington man fights easing of ban on animal testing in school  4/26/79 p.14

GUSS, ROBERT
    Jewel lot increase may force Robert Guss, Village Cobler, out of town (picture)
        10/11/79 p.5

HAEGER POTTERIES
    In business since 1871 (picture)  8/23/79 p.40

HALLETT, SEARS
    Will not seek District 220 re-election  3/29/79 p.6

HANSEN FAMILY
    Honored by friends at Biltmore (picture)  10/18/79 p.33

HANSEN, JULIAN
    Battles 40-foot waves on ocean sailing trip (picture)  11/22/79 p.5

HARPER COLLEGE
    Suggests alternatives to faculty layoffs  1/18/79 p.21
    Cuts staff  2/1/79 p.18
    Student indicted for murder  3/8/79 p.5
    Student pleads innocent in murder trial  3/15/79 p.14
    Tuition second highest in state  4/19/79 p.19
    Munson, Mills win board seats  4/19/79 p.22
    Economy measures trim budget deficit  5/10/79 p.20
    Overestimated revenues  5/31/79 p.18
    Board member Natalie Weber resigns, moves  6/14/79 p.18
    Faculty union seeks arbitration over dismissals  6/21/79 p.18
    Financial manager picked for Harper board  7/5/79 p.19
    Belt tightening turns budget black  7/12/79 p.23
    Faces budget balancing act  8/2/79 p.18
    Harper teachers picket board  9/20/79 p.135
    Chicago computer firm seeks to enjoin Harper  9/20/79 p.18
    Tax increase referendum defeated  9/21/79 p.5
    Teacher contract reached  10/4/79 p.26
    Board hikes salaries  10/4/79 p.26
    Contract goes to faculty for vote  10/11/79 p.18
    Okays pay hike of 11%  10/18/79 p.19
    New sports complex  10/25/79 p.18
    Firings have human impact: one faculty member's story  11/8/79 p.30
    Board ratifies teacher pay hike  11/15/79 p.18
    How safe is Harper from fire?  12/6/79 p.5
    Fire inspection runs ahead of schedule  12/13/79 p.18
    Balanced budget seen  12/20/79 p.19

HELIPORTS
    Nearby residents upset with heliport proposal  6/7/79 p.7
    Hearing set for June 27  6/14/79 p.13
    Barrington Park District Joins protest of proposed heliport  6/14/79 p.5
    BACOG to study effects  6/28/79 p.22
    Foes plan petitions  7/6/79 p.5
    Hearing date set for Technical Publishing's proposed heliport  8/2/79 p.12
    Hearing in Chicago  8/23/79 p.11
    Technical Publishing's heliport can be safe  8/30/79 p.13
    State denies heliport at Technical Publishing  10/18/79 p.5

HICKORY HILL SCHOOL
    Names Thompson as principal  3/1/79 p.19

HINTON, JENNY
    Wins two awards at horse show (picture)  8/23/79 p.62

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
    Historic house finds a home of Hager Road (picture)  10/11/79 p.6

HOGGINS, JERRY
    Family celebrates May Day annually with flowers (picture)  5/17/79 p.14

HORNE, BILL
    Hemingway and Horne, friends from the front (picture)  9/27/79 p.28

HORSES
    Save America's Horses group formed  4/5/79 p.20
    Saddlebreds choice for champions, says Debbie Rykoff (picture)  7/26/79 p.23
    Jenny Hinton wins two awards at horse show (picture)  8/23/79 p.62
    BH to study horse stabling  8/30/79 p.22
    Being a horseshoer his grownup wish (picture)  9/13/79 p.10
    BH defines private stable  9/20/79 p.16
    Stabling law still at starting gate  9/27/79 p.26
    BH unit okays private horse stabling law  11/1/79 p.20
    Farrier Mark Lucas fits area quadrupeds (picture)  11/15/79 p.82

HOUGH STREET SCHOOL
    Fourth graders write President Carter (picture)  4/19/79 p.10
    Declining enrollment reduces class options  5/24/79 p.18
    Honors retiring custodian Hummel (picture)  5/24/79 p.12
    Uses movement education (picture)  12/6/79 p.30

HOUSING
    Alien houses to be torn down  12/20/79 p.22
    Housing in the 80s: suburbs as melting pot  12/27/79 p.7
    Housing for low-income families proposed here  12/27/79 p.6

HUMMEL, LEE
    Honored by Hough Street School (picture)  5/24/79 p.12

HUSSISSIAN, ESTHER
    Reminisces about Barrington Art League (picture)  5/3/79 p.10

JACOBS, CLARE
    Discusses role as therapist and educator  1/18/79 p.61

JACOBSON DRUGS
    Jacobsons retire after 35 years in village  10/11/79 p.88

JEWEL FOOD STORES
    Jewel factory arose out of farm 50 years ago (picture)  7/5/79 p.14
    Lot increase may force Robert Guss, Village Cobler, out of town (picture)
        10/11/79 p.5

JOHNSON, MICHAEL
    Discusses photography  1/25/79 p.10

JONES, MARY
    No "for sale" signs on Mary Jones' doll homes (picture)  7/5/79 p.10

KANE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT
    Forest preserve seeks grant to buy 200 acres in BH  10/11/79 p.24

KEITH, JANE
    Promoted to executive vice president at Barrington State Bank  6/14/79 p.99

KEMPER PARK
    Former BH park annexed to Carpentersville  9/6/79 p.15

KISSANE, LAURA
    11-year-old violinist (picture)  12/6/79 p.7

KLEIN, ESTHER
    To reach century mark on Saturday (picture)  12/20/79 p.63

KNOTS 'N CRAFTS
    Macramé teacher: things knotty are not always a problem (picture)  11/29/79
        p.72

KOLACZYK, ANNE
    Kildeer author's [Anne Kolaczyk] first success (picture)  8/16/79 p.21

KRANZ, JOHN
    Martens out as fire chief, Kranz in (picture)  5/10/79 p.5

KURZEJA, WAYNE
    Wins Chamber of Commerce beautification award (picture)  6/14/79 p.92

KWIK-KOPY
    Opens  7/5/79 p.62

LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Considers BACOG membership  1/11/79 p.12
    Question of BACOG membership will be on ballot  2/1/79 p.6
    Lake Barrington voters split on joining BACOG  4/19/79 p.6
    Order drainage ditches for LB  4/26/79 p.12
    Ditching plan revised  5/3/79 p.20
    Vetoes roadwork  6/7/79 p.23
    Special LB, unit to study floods  6/7/79 p.20
    New liquor ordinance  6/7/79 p.26
    Approves 120-acre Farm Trails subdivision  7/5/79 p.6
    Flood study unveiled  8/2/79 p.25
    LB doughnut hole in BACOG  8/2/79 p.25
    Delay BAGOC vote again  8/9/79 p.6
    Unhappy with Farm Trails developer  8/9/79 p.6
    Farm Trails subdivision gets nod  8/23/79 p.28
    Lake Barrington to stay out of BACOG  9/20/79 p.6
    Ponders hiring $30,000 planner  11/8/79 p.28
    Hires firm to plan future  12/6/79 p.24

LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF REVIEW
    Aims to reduce property taxes  1/4/79 p.6
    Urges state to reduce property taxes  1/18/79 p.15

LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM
    Time machine takes students to past (picture)  4/26/79 p.45

LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Pepper Road developer to challenge Lake County denial  6/14/79 p.14
    September date for new addresses in unincorporated Lake County  8/30/79 p.103

LAKE SHORE ESTATES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    145 acres under development in SB (picture)  11/29/79 p.92

LAND DEVELOPMENT
    Pepper Road developer to challenge denial  6/14/79 p.14
    6,000-unit development looms across border  10/4/79 p.5
    Area officials concerned over Hoffman Estates project  10/11/79 p.12
    Hoffman planners will hear developers  11/1/79 p.22
    Proposed 3-story office building on William Ceas property vetoed  11/22/79 p.11
    145 acres under development in SB (picture)  11/29/79 p.92

LANDMARK RESTAURANT
    Delays in Washington hold back conversion to savings & loan branch  4/26/79 p.6
    Remodeling begun, to be Skokie Federal Savings  10/11/79 p.14

LANGENDORF PARK
    2-mile fitness course plan gets park review  11/15/79 p.26
    Constance Langendorf reminisces about her husband, park's namesake  6/28/79
        p.11

LANGENDORF, CONSTANCE
    Reminisces about her husband, park's namesake  6/28/79 p.11
LAST NATIONAL BANK (RESTAURANT)
    Expands dining facilities  10/25/79 p.85
    Arson suspected in blaze (picture)  11/29/79 p.6

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
    Group studies vandalism  5/10/79 p.13

LEWIS, KIMBERLY
    Finalist in Illinois Miss Teen USA pageant  6/21/79 p.108

LINES, JENNIE
    Jokes and memories keep her young at'92 (picture)  8/30/79 p.10

LIPOFSKY, HAROLD
    Receives Chamber of Commerce Award of Merit (picture)  10/11/79 p.7

LIPOFSKY, MARVIN
    Achieves fame as artist  4/5/79 p.10

MAAK, PHIL
    Choir director Phil Maak leaves 'em happy and singing (pictures)  12/13/79 p.10

MADDEN, TINA
    Tina Madden's Christmas tree tells volumes of kid's stories (picture)  12/13/79
        p.12

MANCUSO, ROB
    Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce president Rob Mancuso discusses goals
        1/11/79 p.9

MANDERNACH, HARRY J.
    Children honor Mandernachs with anniversary party (picture)  7/19/79 p.48

MARTENS, HAROLD
    Martens out as fire chief (picture)  5/10/79 p.5

MARTIN, PETER
    Dreams of puppets and children (picture)  5/17/79 p.11

MARTINEK, LEE
    Case continued  11/29/79 p.27
    Wins trial delay  12/20/79 p.16

MAZZENGA, VAL
    New photographer for Chicago Tribune  1/4/79 p.28

MCCLORY, ROBERT
    Voting record rated by League  5/13/79 p.21
    Unruffled by possible Skinner bid  12/13/79 p.24

MCDONALDS (RESTAURANT)
    Given reprieve on arches  2/15/79 p.24
    Sign damaged by wind (picture)  4/19/79 p.14
    Sign fries McDonald's  6/28/79 p.5
    400 residents say Mae's sign okay  8/16/79 p.5
    Sign replaced to conform to ordinance  9/20/79 p.7

MCDONOUGH, MEGAN
    Local singer in concert (picture)  11/1/79 p.7

MCMILLAN, FLORRI
    Author Florri McMillan to speak at library  4/19/79 p.55

MEAD, RUTH APPELBORN
    Discusses her career as artist  1/11/79 p.10
    Art exhibit at library  4/19/79 p.55

MILLER, GLENN
    Chosen new chairman of Lake County Board (picture)  12/6/79 p.31

MILLER, LAURIE
    Crowned Miss Barrington  6/14/79 p.1

MILLER, RICHARD E.
    Celebrates 22 years on Barrington Park District board (picture)  6/28/79 p.29

MILLER, ROBERT
    Millers repeat vows they said 50 years ago (picture)  7/21/79 p.47

MILLER, WILLIAM H.
    Mr. and Mrs. William H. Miller celebrate golden wedding (picture)  11/1/79 p.74

MITCHELL, EMMA
    Anniversary party a surprise (picture)  6/28/79 p.78

MITCHELL, MAYNE
    Anniversary party a surprise (picture)  6/28/79 p.78

MUSLIN, SUSIE
    Artist transforms wall into fantasies (picture)  10/4/79 p.37

MYHRE, SUSAN
    Question of playing varsity soccer at BHS  1/18/79 p.105

NICOLE BOUTIQUE
    New boutique offers custom designs (picture)  12/6/79 p.96

NORGE
    Music festival at ski hill worries villages  5/10/79 p.5
    Barrington Hills board opposed music festival  5/24/79 p.15
    Village of Barrington joins in opposition to music festival  5/31/79 p.5

NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Considers tagging unbuildable land  3/1/79 p.10
    Cragg chosen village president  4/19/79 p.5
    Cragg seeks sole power to communicate with consultants  6/28/79 p.7
    Village president discusses job (picture)  8/2/79 p.24
    NB residents worry about traffic light  10/18/79 p.32
    NB sends Rainbow Farm Estates project back to drawing board  11/29/79 p.28

NOTTKE, WILBERT
    Sicilian donkeys call Barrington Hills home (picture)  11/29/79 p.21

NU EARTH
    William Brough wants his Nu Earth garden hauled away (picture)  8/9/79 p.7

OCTAGON HOUSE
    Approved by Ill. Dept. of Conservation  1/11/79 p.23
    Put in National Register of Historic Places  4/12/79 p.126

OPEN SPACES
    Vanishing open spaces  3/15/79 p.23

PARAMEDICS
    Make special delivery  6/28/79 p.136

PATEL, ISHWAR
    Doctors open Women's Health Care Associates (picture)  9/27/79 p.89

PEPPER CONSTRUCTION
    Builds alter for Pope's mass (picture)  9/27/79 p.23

PEVSNER, STELLA
    Young people's author (picture)  11/8/79 p.84

PHILLIPS, MARCIA
    Macramé teacher: things knotty are not always problems (picture)  11/29/79 p.73

PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Michael Johnson discusses photography  2/1/79 p.10

PLAINSMEN BLACK POWDER CLUB
    Black powder shooting: squeeze the trigger, and poof! (picture)  11/22/79 p.92

PLASKAS, JOE
    Joe Plaskas new football coach (picture)  6/14/79 p.121
POLICE
    3 villages pay more for shared police  4/26/79 p.24
    Female cop quits  5/3/79 p.11
    Inverness probe idea of own police force  6/28/79 p.20
    Barrington to charge NB same rate for police  7/26/79 p.21
    Police union seeks contract, more benefits  9/6/79 p.96
    Chief Thiel expects to retire (picture)  10/4/79 p.6
    Village police union to request recognition again within week  10/4/79 p.10
    Policeman firing stirs controversy  10/11/79 p.11
    Attorney tell charges in officer firing case  10/25/79 p.16
    Policeman dismissal expected in one month  11/1/79 p.16
    Jail gets good rating  11/8/79 p.15
    Street cop prisoner of his work (picture)  11/29/79 p.10

POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATRE, INC.
    Court fights may be several months away  1/25/79 p.22
    BACOG files petition to halt construction  2/15/79 p.5
    Villages find similar court case  3/15/79 p.7
    BACOG wants to intervene in theater case  3/22/79 p.20
    BACOG not allowed to intervene in theater case  4/12/79 p.12
    Band shell construction (picture)  4/19/79 p.20
    Appellate court to speed up suit  4/26/79 p.6
    Suburbs to come alive with sound of music  5/10/7 p.71
    Homeowners win right to sue  5/31/79 p.5
    Builders to seek suit's end  6/21/79 p.5
    Judge's death won't affect theater  7/12/79 p.14
    Villages lose right to block music theater  8/23/79 p.5
    Two villages plan to appeal courts decision  8/30/79 p.6
    Ruling expected soon on motion to dismiss suit  10/11/79 p.12
    Poplar suit waiting game  11/1/79 p.113
    Illinois Supreme Court agrees to hear Poplar Creek suit  12/6/79 p.6
    Rock or Bach question unanswered for now  12/20/79 p.7

Q & T
    Marks first year  5/10/79 p.94

QUAKER OATS
    President Kenneth Mason retires  8/2/79 p.94
    Quaker Oats in village 25 years (picture)  10/25/79 p.14

QUIGG, CATHERINE
    Nuclear power opponent keeps blasting away  5/10/79 p.10

RAINBOW FARM ESTATES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Opposition to zoning request  11/22/79 p.24
    NB Bends project back to drawing board  11/29/79 p.28

RAINTREE OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Green light given to project  11/29/79 p.24

REBER, FRED
    Volunteer fireman retires after 35 years  5/3/79 p.19

REBIC, ALEKSANDRA
    Finalist in Miss Teen-USA pageant  6/14/79 p.13

RECHEL, MIKE
    Local musicians make their own records (picture)  10/18/79 p.71

REFUGEES
    Language barrier doesn't dim hope for Laotian refugees (picture)  8/9/79 p.5
    Boat people give thanks (picture)  11/22/79 p.10

REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL
    Students clean up Barrington trash for travel money (picture)  4/26/79 p.25
    Volunteers to clean up Barrington Saturday (picture)  5/10/79 p.11
    Change in garbage service begins Aug. 1  6/14/79 p.14
    End of back-door garbage pickup  7/12/79 p.9
    Board denies 6 a.m. garbage pickup request  10/25/79 p.20
    Studies alternative techniques for waste disposal  2/8/79 p.6

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
    To supply bus service to Fox Point subdivision  5/31/79 p.6
    Head asks for local help  5/31/79 p.21
    Explores new local bus service  6/21/79 p.13
    Fox Point buses set to roll  6/28/79 p.18
    New bus routes delayed due to lack of funds  8/2/79 p.20
    Commuter service improved in 3 areas  11/1/79 p.81
    Establishes two bus routes to trains (map)  11/22/79 p.6

RETZLAFF, WES
    He teaches kids to blossom (picture)  5/10/79 p.34

ROADS
    Truck owners to pay for SB damage  3/8/79 p.11
    Barrington may set $2,000,000 for road repair  5/3/79 p.29
    Alternate Fox River bridges part of Route 14 study (map)  7/5/79 p.5
    Parking ban clears way for Main Street roadwork  7/12/79 p.7
    McHenry County unveils Fox bridge study to ease traffic (map)  7/26/79 p.6
    Long Grove subdivision could block Route 53  7/29/79 p.20
    Residents oppose plan to upgrade two streets  8/16/79 p.22
    Lake-Cook work may be delayed  8/16/79 p.19
    Coves homeowners get money for roads  8/16/79 p.19
    IDOT suggests Route 14 improvements  8/30/79 p.19
    Closing Woodland Drive key to Miller-Route 59 signals  8/30/79 p.23
    Route 53 subdivision stirs controversy  9/6/79 p.22
    Protest against Lake-Cook extension  9/13/79 p.5
    Lake-Cook parade over protest continues (picture)  9/20/79 p.5
    BH against four-lane highway  9/27/79 p.7
    Village opposes Lake-Cook work  9/27/79 p.5
    LB joins BH in protest of IDOT Route 14 study  10/4/79 p.22
    Roselle Road tollway interchange applauded  10/4/79 p.7
    Hager Street curb controversy classic struggle  10/4/79 p.22
    Western Avenue to open in days  10/4/79 p.6
    IDOT may undertake Route 14 Phase II study  10/18/79 p.20
    Deer Park favors Route 53 extension  10/18/79 p.28
    BACOG opposes Route 53 plan  11/1/79 p.5
    Flashing lights answer to intersection problems at Routes 59 and 68? (picture)
        11/8/79 p.5
    County opens Lake-Cook, Hicks to Arlington Heights Road (map)  11/8/79 p.11
    Barrington Road widening seen  11/8/79 p.28

ROBINSON, SHEPHERD
    Author of new book  11/22/79 p.102

ROOS, ERIK
    Library board president answers question about library operations  6/7/79 p.14

ROSE, WILLIAM
    Asks residents to be cautious of strangers  1/18/79 p.14

RUNAWAY YOUTH
    Police and agencies help runaways, families  8/2/79 p.26

RUTH, THOMAS
    Village escalates conflict over attorney's office  10/18/79 p.119

RYKOFF, DEBBIE
    Saddlebreds choice for champions, says Debbie Rykoff (picture)  7/26/79 p.23

ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH
    Students collect medical supplies for the poor (picture)  5/3/79 p.88
    St. Anne to send five to sing at Papal mass (picture)  10/4/79 p.5
    Parish building ready in 1980  11/22/79 p.20

ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
    Celebrates 25th anniversary (picture)  4/26/79 p.36

SANITARY LANDFILLS
    Running out of landfill areas  2/8/79 p.6

SAVE AMERICA'S HORSES
    Formed to stop drugging  4/5/79 p.20

SHARPE, MARJORIE
    Northwest Suburban Women's Career Conference plans in her hands (picture)
        9/13/79 p.62

SIGWALT, MARK
    Joins paramedic staff  3/15/79 p.15

SIMMONS, GEORGE
    Heads opposition for TL president  1/4/79 p.5
    Elected president of TL  4/19/79 p.6
    President of TL will stay close to TLIA  5/10/79 p.26

SITTLER, WILLIAM
    Administrator of Good Shepherd Hospital describes principles of operation
        (picture)  9/13/79 p.24

SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
    Delays in Washington slow restaurant conversion  4/26/79 p.6
    Still coming to Barrington  5/3/79 p.26
    Work continues on remodeling landmark  11/8/79 p.6

SLECHTA, SHARON
    Pleads guilty to beating her mother  11/22/79 p.134

SLOCUM, CLYDE
    New superintendent of schools (picture)  7/12/79 p.5
    New district head discovers Barrington (picture)  7/26/79 p.12

SMITH, EDWARD BYRON
    Steps down as Northern Trust chairman  1/4/79 p.60

SMITH, MARLIN
    Village attorney resigns, Marlin Smith to fill post  7/26/79 p.21

SMITH, RICHARD
    Doctor opens Barrington office (picture)  10/25/79 p.86

SNYDER, ROBERT
    Bischof family reunion follows Snyder's research (picture)  8/2/79 p.10

SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Finds court case to fight theater complex  3/15/79 p.7
    Park district ready to unveil master plan (map)  5/17/79 p.6
    Park unit delays action on master plan  6/14/79 p.21
    Park unit approves plan  6/21/79 p.13
    Ponders financing of Cove's road repairs  7/19/79 p.21
    Wants Palumbo land for new village hall  7/26/79 p.21
    Approves $490,000 appropriation  7/26/79 p.15
    Coves homeowners get money for roads  8/16/79 p.19
    Rose offers $5,000 to SB to repeal sign law  8/16/79 p.5
    Considering fees for road repairs  8/30/79 p.24
    Streets to be numbered  9/20/79 p.14
    Returns check to Rose  9/20/79 p.7
    Trustee Rempaert resigns  10/25/79 p.6
    Tax revenue up for real estate  11/8/79 p.122
    Makes committee heads equal to village president  11/15/79 p.30
    Trims presidents power  11/29/79 p.25
    Board may appoint new trustee  12/20/79 p.103
    Van Egeren new trustee (picture)  12/27/79 p.19

STONE, W. CLEMENT
    Land proposed for annexation  9/20/79 p.22
    Development plan finds many detractors (map)  10/4/79 p.5
    NB engineer to review plans for Stone property  10/25/79 p.5
    Water problems focus of Stone hearing  11/15/79 p.5
    BACOGs Klein wants changed Stone plan  12/13/79 p.26

STRUBEL, MARTIE
    Childhood in clay: Martie Strubel trademarks (picture)  9/13/79 p.63
    Work of Barrington sculptress at Lake Forest Hospital (picture)  10/11/79 p.36

SUNDBERG, LOIS
    Accepts DP administrative post  2/22/79 p.11

SUTTON, AL
    Sports car hobby a family affair (picture)  8/9/79 p.21

SWAGER, V. KEITH
    Barrington postman ready to retire (picture)  10/4/79 p.15

SWARTZ, LOTTIE
    BHS teacher recalls lifetime of teaching and learning (picture)  6/14/79 p.29

TAE'S FOOD MART
    Ed's Finer Meats and Sausage Shop opens in Tae's Food Mart  12/6/79 p.98

TAKE ONE VIDEO
    Opens  11/15/79 p.96

TAXATION
    Can the courts cure tax plan indigestion?  6/7/79 p.8
    Totten amendment to limit government taxing powers given approval by
        Illinois House  11/8/79 p.60
    Barrington joins protest of new Cook County sales tax  11/15/79 p.5
    New RTA tax has little effect on merchants  11/15/79 p.5
    Long tax fight by Ela and Cuba residents to bring refund  11/29/79 p.6
    BH pulled into telephone tax suit  11/29/79 p.13

TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.
    One time exemption to lower tax burden  7/19/79 p.7
    Higher village tax rate may not hike tax bills  8/2/79 p.14
    Village tax rate to go up  8/30/79 p.7

TAXATION--BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
    Halves utility tax  6/28/79 p.6

TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.
    Lake County Board of Review aims to reduce property taxes  1/4/79 p.6
    Lake County Board of Review urges state to reduce property taxes  1/18/79 p.15
    State voids Lake County tax break efforts  7/12/79 p.5
    Usually tardy tax bills expected soon  8/30/79 p.6

TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
    Tax revenue up for real estate  11/8/79 p.122

TAYLOR, IAN
    Postage stamp art hobby (picture)  9/6/79 p.18

TECHNICAL PUBLISHING
    Nearby residents upset with heliport proposal  6/7/79 p.7
    Hearing set for June 27  6/14/79 p.13
    Barrington Park District Joins protest of proposed heliport  6/14/79 p.5
    BACOG to study effects  6/28/79 p.22
    Foes plan petitions  7/6/79 p.5
    Hearing date set for Technical Publishing's proposed heliport  8/2/79 p.12
    Hearing in Chicago  8/23/79 p.11
    Technical Publishing's heliport can be safe  8/30/79 p.13
    State denies heliport at Technical Publishing  10/18/79 p.5

THIEL, CARL
    Barrington police chief expects to retire (picture)  10/4/79 p.6

THOMAS, DOT
    Tribute from library staff  1/11/79 p.58

THOMPSON, DON
    Named new Hickory Hill principal  3/1/79 p.19

THRELKELD, RICHARD
    Threlkeld puts grads on CBS  6/21/79 p.11

TINKLER, BRUCE
    BHS Junior wins first village youth award (picture)  9/27/79 p.14

TOLLE, JEAN
    Local little league inspiration for Fox Point author's first book (picture)
        7/26/79 p.49

TOWER LAKES FEN
    Almost safe  2/8/79 p.12

TOWER LAKES, ILL.
    Simmons heads opposition for village president  1/4/79 p.5
    Board approves Fenview Estates  2/1/79 p.5
    Voters elect new slate  4/19/79 p.6
    Country Club Estates not to be dis-annexed  5/10/79 p.7
    President says Country Club Estates will not be disannexed  5/10/79 p.7
    May drop out of BACOG  6/28/79 p.16
    TL will grid  6/28/79 p.19
    Will support grid system  6/28/79 p.19
    TL to reconsider BACOG membership  7/5/79 p.12
    Bills face new board  7/19/79 p.26
    Planner endorses Fenview Estates  8/9/79 p.15
    Director defends BACOG in Tower Lakes  8/23/79 p.26
    BACOG membership defended  8/23/79 p.26
    Calls halt to Fenview development  8/23/79 p.5
    Faced with lawsuits by Fenview developer  8/30/79 p.26
    Attorney, board wrestle with Fenview hurdles  9/6/79 p.6
    Tower Lakes pays BACOG dues  9/20/79 p.6
    Files motion to dismiss suits of Fenview developer  10/11/79 p.19
    TL, Fenview developer to bury hatchet  11/22/79 p.24
    Tower Lakes agrees to offer share of fen to conservationists  11/29/79 p.26
    Trustees debate over "debt" vs. "deficit"  12/20/79 p.26

TRAFFIC FLOW
    To study traffic problem  2/1/79 p.6

TUPY, SCOTT
    Plans to hike Grand Canyon (picture)  6/14/79 p.12

TUXEDO JUNCTION
    Old Barrington station renamed (picture)  5/3/79 p.12
    Opens (picture)  11/15/79 p.94

UNDERWOOD, DAVID A.
    Opens brokerage firm  5/10/79 p.92

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
    Postman Swager ready to retire (picture)  10/4/79 p.15

UPJOHN HEALTH CARE SERVICES
    Home health care a two-way street  9/20/79 p.76

VAN EGREREN, DICK
    New SB trustee (picture)  12/27/79 p.19

VANDALISM
    Strikes train station  3/1/79 p.12
    Problem discussed  3/22/79 p.11
    Women's group studies vandalism  5/10/79 p.13
    Village to have vandals perform public service  5/17/79 p.15
    BYS aid asked in vandalism fight  8/2/79 p.13
    New Barrington youth award part of anti-vandalism effort  8/23/79 p.16
    Village asks parents to check vandalism of new sidewalks (picture)  10/18/79
        p.15
    2,800 students make BHS ripe for crime (picture)  11/1/79 p.15
    Topic of meeting  11/8/79 p.24
    Village vandalism costs may have doubled in 2 years  11/22/79 p.5

VILLAGE COBBLER
    Jewel lot increase may force Robert Guss, Village Cobbler, out of town
        (picture)  10/11/79 p.5

VORLOP, FRED
    Becomes acting superintendent of District 220  1/18/79 p.5
    Wants permanent post  2/15/79 p.12
    Candidate for District 220 spot  6/7/79 p.18

WAGNER, CYRIL
    Gets day of honors (picture)  9/6/79 p.12

WAHRER FAMILY
    Mother-son flying team wins air meet trophy (picture)  10/25/79 p.62

WALBAUM, HERBERT
    His dollars helped raise pieces of eight from Spanish vessel (picture)
        11/22/79 p.41

WATER SUPPLY
    Local villages ponder NIPC water cleanup plan  4/26/79 p.21
    NB and LZ to discuss whether LZ plant meets standards  4/26/79 p.26
    17 homeowners file complaints on sewers  7/26/79 p.7
    State will hear homeowners in complaint case  8/2/79 p.18
    Area growth may hinge on water supply, BACOG says  8/2/79 p.29
    Lill-Monument residents tell of sewer backups  9/20/79 p.19
    Barrington, LB agree on water flow from sewage plant  12/6/79 p.16
    BACOG reports septic problems because of full dump sites  12/20/79 p.103

WEATHER
    Heavy snowstorm hits area  1/4/79 p.5
    Klingenberg compares with 1919 season  1/18/79 p.7
    Blizzard, freezing temperatures take toll  1/18/79 p.5
    Storm floods basements (picture)  6/14/79 p.6

WEESE, HARRY
    Noted architect hopes to preserve the past  2/1/79 p.25

WELCOME WAGON CLUB OF BARRINGTON
    10 year birthday  6/7/79 p.67

WELLINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    16,000 new residents planned for 921 acres (map)  11/8/79 p.7

WENDT, LOUIS
    Couple to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (picture)  4/19/79 p.56

WENNINGER, BERNARD
    BHS principal defends accusations concerning Zarlenga visit  1/18/79 p.20

WICHMAN, JACK, SR.
    Celebrates golden wedding (picture)  11/1/79 p.74

WILLOW BAY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)
    Developers face suit over road improvements  12/20/79 p.103

WILMERING SCOUT CABIN
    Special anniversary at Roy E. Wilmering Scout Cabin (picture)  10/18/79 p.11

WOJCIK, TOM
    Home damaged by flood  3/22/79 p.10

WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES
    Opens (picture)  9/27/79 p.89

WOODS, JIM
    Being a horseshoer his grownup wish (picture)  9/13/79 p.10

ZARLENGA, PETER NIVIO
    Jeered at BHS  1/11/79 p.5
    Discusses his philosophy  1/18/79 p.19
    Wenninger defends action during student disorder  1/18/79 p.20
    Principal charged with inciting students  2/1/79 p.19
    BHS newspaper criticizes administration  2/22/79 p.19
    May file charges against student  3/15/79 p.5
    Student out on bond for misdemeanor  3/22/79 p.19
    Trial date set in Zarlenga case  4/26/79 p.19

ZATT, SCOTT
    Elvis imitation nets "Mr. Barrington" title for Scott Zatt
        7/19/79 p.19

ZOELLER, JOSEPH
    Resigns superintendent post  1/18/79 p.5
    Discusses how school closings are determined  1/25/79 p.5

ZONING
    Palatine board attempts to block zoning for adult Club Renaissance  4/26/79
        p.14
    Village of Barrington opposes rezoning of Rand Road  5/17/79 p.13
    Cluster plan under fire from BACOG  7/27/79 p.13
    LZ approves K-Mart zoning  8/23/79 p.13
    Rezoning of 23.5 acres faces BH opposition  9/27/79 p.19
    Area residents request Cuba Road zoning stability  10/11/79 p.10
    Cluster zoning plan fails BACOG review  11/15/79 p.27
    Rezoning decision soon on 23 acres east of BH  11/22/79 p.14
    Rainbow Farm Estates opposition to zoning request  11/22/79 p.24
    Zoning board advises against smaller lots on land east of BH  12/6/79 p.6