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
Books about Barrington Area History
History of Cook County, Illinois
Stowaway to Heaven
Barsumian, Nazareth Sarkis
They Builded Better Than They Knew
Benson, Barbara L.
Echoes of a Century
First Baptist Church (Barrington, IL).
A Club in the Country: The Story of Barrington Hills Country Club
Schmitz, Patty Dowd.
Hark Back to Barrington: Fifty Years with the Fox River Valley Hunt
Fitch, Victoria R., and D. Susan Johnson.
A History of Barrington, Illinois
Lines, Arnett C.
Tales of Old Barrington
Sharp, Cynthia Baker