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Abortion, transit top Springfield agenda. Local representatives split on abortion override vote. House vote makes abortion notification law in Illinois. Auto accident victim rescued. Suburban woman killed in car accident. Truck crash spills chemicals on Edens. Trucker killed, 3 suffer burns in fiery crash on Edens Expwy. Highway death toll spurs public protest. Accident Saturday claims one life, injures five others on Edens Expwy.

Police seek witnesses for Edens accident. Stunned citizens watch crash on Edens. May 5, , p. Edens crash survivors file claim against State of Illinois. Memorial service planned for Edens crash victim. Man to be arraigned on reckless homicide charge in Edens crash. June 2, , p. Youth injured, police seek hit-and-run driver.

July 14, , p. Youth, 16, is critically injured in accident at local mill works. Youth, 16, dies of injuries sustained in mill accident: Roger Fields. Great Lakes sailor struck by car, dies. Woman charged in Rouse accident. Coroner to hold inquest into fatal train accident. Woman injured in 3-car accident. Woman killed, 2 injured in head-on crash. Libertyville man charged in hit and run accident. Driver survives foot plunge off icy overpass. Adult education program offers variety of classes, films. Adults share classes with teens in District program. The selling game: ad man says media changed, message is the same.

May 12, ,p. Sex after 60 means more than powdered rhino horn. June 23, , p. The answers are evasive when the question is age. Ragweed pollen brings misery to Shore. Highwood to invoke state law in arresting underage drinking. Tougher teen drinking policy urged. Drugs, alcohol are killers, D. Toma tells teens. Liquor law amended at request of restaurateur.

July 28, , p. Drinking age bill clears U. House Committee. Highland Park issues resolution for drinking age of 21 nationwide. French Baker restaurant seeks Botanic Garden liquor license. ACLU addresses 1st amendment freedoms and cable television. Pooch with a pacemaker. Suburbanite strives to save endangered species, strays: Ann Fisher.

Horsing around: suburban riders find miles of trails around, near forest preserve. Temple Lippizzan show to benefit Condell group. Doggone race. June 9, , p. Irish setter dies after being left in drying cage. July 7, , p. Horse power. Defense Center seeks dogs for security duties with Air Force. July 21, , p. Uncle Sam wants your dog. Is pet insurance a good policy? County animal shelter. Wandering dogs not major problem for local towns. Raccoons come to dinner, stay the winter to hibernate. Deer roam onto roads; area motorists alerted. Arch over railroad tracks soon to light up at night.

Prison architect Fred Moyer wrote the book on correctional design. True treasures from priceless craftsmen. Thompson budget hits hard at local arts funds. A new hope for artists at the end of a cable. Where sculpture is taken seriously. Blockbuster art. Judy Hendershot. May 12, , p. Funding cuts threatening the arts. May 19, , p. Six day art mart opens at Navy Pier. Madigan vows to retain arts funding. May 26, , p. Second rate thinking on value of the arts. Experts draw few conclusions in art. For artist Lynn Duenow, skulls are way to laugh at death.

Front yard sculptures shape up the Shore. Yates scores victory for federal arts appropriation. View of the Vatican. His art involves plastic, ink and patience: Emil Roeder. Adman Michael Greenbaum creates giant portraits of the famous. Contemporary images reflect trend. Marriott asks state for huge assessment cuts. Assessments climb, tax rates dip slightly in Lake County. Marshall Fields tries to lower its assessment.

Former astronaut James Lovell watches progress of space shuttle. Star gazers exploring galaxies by telescope: Skokie Valley Astronomers. June 9, ,p. Lawyer Dottie Kaplan teaches public to handle own legal cases. Author writes new biography for children: Ann E. Stories behind headlines prompt Bill Kurtis to pen book. Glencoe writer Clayton Frohman heats up Hollywood. Sticker violations may curb motorists. Auto expense deductions set. Mandatory auto insurance is down, but still breathing. Car buyer law unlikely to touch dealerships directly. Arbitration may be remedy for defective autos.

Warranties: next stop on road to car owner satisfaction. Leasing a car may be cheaper than buying a new one. Jaguar reclaimed culminates romance with open road. New arrivals greet at H. Hospital: Joshua Gordon, Michael Pollak. Parent-infant organization helps handicapped babies. NSSED restores class for babies with handicaps. June 30, , p. Local doctors pioneer new test for birth defects.

New beverages in a box by Ocean Spray slake summer thirst. Link stretches bike trail through Botanic Garden. Bike hike to raise diabetes research funds. Unwelcome visitors: birds seeking shelter from cold fly into chimneys. Subscription radio brings news to the blind. Machine opens new vistas of reading for blind persons. Programs to aid the blind geared to new technology. Number 79 runs a sharp race. Boardsailing challenges wind and water. Bonsai: a hobby for the patient artist.

Show demonstrates bonsai techniques. An addiction to Dickens: Herbert Furse. Reference books that get high marks from experts. Export potential. Assessing downtown risk. Local merchants say mild winter slows sales of seasonal equipment here. Gypsum puts down roots in Libertyville. Insurance firms hurting. Business group gears up to oppose state tax hikes. Off-price stores altering retailing in suburbs. Racket, running shop opens. Training to key the high tech revolution.

Businessmen jockey to sway mayoral vote here. Area businesses learn how to seek Naval contracts. Bank stockholders may be voting on buyout offer. Mix and match at perfume boutique. Buehler sold to British company. Troubled times for Spa Lady; owner faces jail, fine, Chapter 11, state charges. Business decision misunderstood, says Devorak of Spa Lady. Small business operators lobby in Washington. Deerfield Bakery supplies sweets to local groceries. Madigan touts his stance as pro-business.

Wilmette Bank board votes to reject bid for new cash tender. Baxter: product halt a marketing decision. Bagel baker Lyle Fox takes trade to Tokyo, June 2, , p. Pre-leasing trend indicates upturn in office market. Brokerage firm to move after impasse here: Drexel Burnham Lambert. June 16, ,p. Kemper cuts employees to streamline division. Service station marks 50 years in Highland Park. Abbott Laboratories adds new office building. Check cashing fee result of increased use, banking costs. Office developer blames interest rates for 3-year project delay.

Baxter defends price policies. Office development booming on Edens corridor. Parties to order. Training managers: Lake Forest School of Management. Merchant promotes proper tasting of wine. Off-price retailers pose new challenges. Sears develops store of the future. New businesses open in Highland Park. Harris buyout to boost local bank service.

Former Mattel executive Ruth Handler markets prosthesis line. Bloomingdales: no plans to move here. FDIC may be taken for granted. Banks break into brokerage business. Downtown project targets spring completion date. Credit unions continue long history of saving. City may lose manufacturer. Reagan signs vertical price-fixing bill. Downtown square aims for medical tenants. Medline plans to move into vacant Bell Corp. Area firms rely on Chicago labor pool. Office development spurs more hotel construction. Increased production at Sara Lee straps Deerfield plant.

Bonds issued for firm to move to Gurnee: Lighting Products, Inc. Retiring Nielsen head, A. Nielsen Jr. Machine tool and die ing business suffering by loss of jobs to other nations. Byrne wins the vote. Campers analyze life in the Des Plaines River. Fighting spirit: Northbrook woman helps fellow victims learn to live with cancer: Georgia Photopulos.

Forums set for local candidates. Epton candidacy gets rousing reaction from suburban GOP. Adlai, Grace dance three-quarter time. Area legislators back Percy over Corcoran for the Senate. June 16, , p. Foreman will make decision whether to run. Corcoran, Percy battle verbally at area debate. Birkinbine endorses Corcoran for U. Harman eyes county board comeback in primary race.

New child restraint law takes effect Friday. Child seats restraint law not heeded by many parents. Police to begin ticketing for safety seat law violations. ACLU files X-movie suit against suburban village. Communities, courts wrangle over obscenity programming. Douglass tells reasons for suit against Hustler. Gentleman from Italy celebrates th birthday: Narciso Matteoni. Highland Park food pantry helps combat hunger. Schools, agencies collect toy, food, clothing donations. Open Door lives up to its name in area. Harold Washington seeks better suburb-Chicago relations. Chicago mayor key to collective bargaining bill.

Riverside residents delight in gardening. Garden spot offers refreshing respite. Rapid growth stirs unrest at Botanic Garden. Massive sculpture grows in garden: Linnaeus. Swedish diplomat opts out of Botanic Garden dispute. Psychologist helps kids cope with and avoid stress. Highland Park police will fingerprint children. Kids in cars must have own seats, law says. Program teaches children value of nutrition. Children bring vitality to summer somnolence. Equipping school children becomes a major expense. Kuczen tells ways to deal with childhood stress. Child seat restraint law not heeded by many parents.

Organization battles influence of cults on children: Citizens Freedom Foundation. Centennial Handbell Choir rings in the New Year Eunice Braun. Local church houses new Family Network center here. Highland Park Presbyterian. Passover: holiday observance stimulates renewal of ethnic, religious awareness. Churches plan Easter worship. Father Schmidt: age-old wisdom at 90 years of age. Evangelical Christians plan new area school. Churches focus on needs of singles. Mormons break ground for a temple in Glenview.

A clerical couple shares common faith, aspirations: Kathleen and Jay Losher. Area synagogues list High Holiday services. Congregation costs vary for High Holiday seats. Where to worship on Christmas. Circus trainer learns to grin and bear it: Wally Naghtin. Circus rigger John Curry fulfills a lifetime dream. Ducks Unlimited group establishes Shore chapter. Conference of Clubs is back in business. The JCC: scattered sites add up to total program for adults, children.

Funding cuts forces YWCA to close. Bells, large, small, Waterford or brass — bring joy to local collector Sylvia Peterson. CLC board changes its staffing structure. CLC assails state budget cuts. College of Lake County assails state budget cuts. Secretary exam center set in Lake County. CLC president calls for teamwork to boost economy. College offers career counseling service. Uncle Sam lends a hand in financing college. Loans are not the only way to finance college. Richard Soter appointed as Barat College president. Local colleges mark rise in applications. Parents dig deeper as college costs rise.

Commuter students mix part-time jobs with studies. Lake Forest College seeks ways to boost endowment fund. Teens script their own comic book characters. Workers would still rather drive than ride. Suburban office lets lawyer tend to family, business. Word processor purchase yielding at home profits. Computer shopping is as simple as the new ABCD. Workshop shows inventors how to profit with computers.

School districts forming computer consortium. Internationally speaking: suburban firm develops systems for computerized translations. Funding expected to boost police computer network. Micro computer store opens in Highland Park. Special section. Computers are finding a niche in the kitchen. Condo plans get Highwood approval. Condo developers sue Highwood, claiming civil rights violation. Condominium market on the upswing. Reply to Highwood condo lawsuit expected Jan. Conference Centers- suburban sites provide quiet atmosphere for corporate planning.

The New Right is alive and well. Former village administrator Daniel Larson starts own construction firm. Young consumers learn tricks of the trade Dec. Local schools offer consumer courses. New trial set in murder case. Lawyers veto retaining Judge Smart. Four area judges lose bench seats. Judge Hoogasian withdraws from Peter Vole case. Suspect to be arraigned on bank robbery charge. Holt adds plea in murder case. Tax protestor vows challenge to court order.

Motion to drop Kissinger jail sentence eyed. Court upholds sentence of weekend jail for Kissinger. Nelson case goes to trial in Waukegan. Man charged in double homicide stands trial in unrelated burglary. Court requires tests to probe sex link in slaying. Runkle lawsuit quashed, filing mode questioned. Trial starts in child molestation case.

Court decision may void local drunk driving laws. Court awaits test results in murder case. Man charged with murder goes to trial again next week: Thomas Holt. Lab test results to be filed today in murder case. Alzner death not intentional Holt attorney argues. Defense may seek dismissal of prosecutor in Moses murder case.

Supreme Court opinion sought in zoning jurisdiction. Nelson gets 50 years for murder; appeal filed. Judge denies request for lower bond in murder case. Court rejects motion to bar prosecutor from murder case. Federal judge denies motion to dismiss lawsuit by former inmate. Operation Greylord judge sat on Lake County bench. Judge Strouse sets retirement late in Getting a credit card may not be a simple matter. Experts say stand up for credit card rights. Selecting an appropriate credit card takes homework. Compare credit card fees, terms before choosing. Lenders gauge borrowing ability by the numbers.

Carefully planned bank heist comes off less than perfect. Sailor beaten, robbed. Women robbed at gunpoint in Lake Forest home. William Smarto begins prison sentence. Two sailors released from jail after posting bond on charges. Woman hides from burglars in her home. Woman stabbed to death. Man gets 4 years for forgery. Deerfield murder suspect jailed in Memphis. Highland Park man charged with attempted murder of neighbor. Police suspect link in train depot robberies.

Police charge McHenry man with child sex offenses. Physician charged with filing false income tax returns. Man sentenced to 8 years after admitting to area burglaries. Model home burglarized, even kitchen sink hauled away. Umans pleads guilty, sentenced to release program. Local physician pleads guilty to income tax fraud. Suburban attorney indicted on racketeering, mail fraud charges. Man, 24, stabbed in Evanston. Robbery attempt foiled at bank; suspect arrested. Man to be arraigned on reckless homicide charge. Two men arrested on burglary charges.

Press protests bill to expunge criminal record. Year-old Hartmann murder remains unsolved mystery. Skokie man charged in suburban murder. Chase leads to attempted murder charges. No motive established yet for double murder. Cops seek links to stabbings. Investigators determine homosexual link in slayings.

Man charged in double murder case out on bond. Suspect held succession of jobs in North Shore area. Four charged in truck theft. Man found guilty of murdering his wife at Baxter. Murder suspect found innocent of home burglary. Arrest expected in slaying case; suspect sues cops. Deerfield accountant gets jail sentence for tax evasion. Woman, 23, may face reckless homicide charge. Grand jury declines to indict woman on reckless homicide. Employee charged with theft. Blood test ties suspect to stabbing death.

Daley warns of increasing crime rate in suburbs. Man charged with rape here. Local man indicted on one count of reckless homicide. Murder suspect may opt for insanity defense. Two waging campaign against religious cults. Organization battles influence of cults son children: Citizens Freedom Foundation. Page after Page after Page after Page. Ruth Page. Some tips on taps, taken from the top: Jimmy Payne. Jewish War Veterans forms post in Deerfield.

Illinois State Scholarship Commission. Resolution to keep ISSC here passes. Suburban woman fulfills dream as West Point grad: Cheryl Zywicki. State scholarship agency move off. Township resolution ties no strings to funding. Cost of medical assistance hikes township budget. Township to vote on budget. Township supervisor collects rent on township office; states attorney asked for opinion on conflict of interest.

Township budget approved; includes rent hike for offices. West Deerfield Township names trustee. Township offers free smoke alarms to some residents. Brace yourself: adults straighten their teeth for a pretty smile. Fluoride, cleaning essential in tooth care dentist says. Poet Dennis Brutus continues fight after deportation win.

Emergency plan outdated. Area disasters drill tests emergency skills. Red Cross stands ready to aid disaster victims. Divorce mediation. Phoenix eases pain for the divorced — and their children. Emotionally charged divorce court needs security, lawyers say. Keats opts out of vote on no-fault divorce bill. Dorfman kept low profile in Riverwoods. Suburban extortion case is on, despite Dorfman death. Draft signup gets sluggish response.

Draft signup rate going up in Illinois. Area residents face drug charges. Hospital promotes drug dependency unit in a big way. Group promotes drug education plan. Judge blocks fund raising by Anti-Drug Coalition. LSD investigation continues with 2 Grayslake arrests. Cocaine, LSD traffic concern law officials. Bond revocation hearing set for Deerfield cocaine suspect. Drug arrests continue in Vernon Hills area. Governor vetoes funds for undercover drug unit. Feds probe drug, gambling links in Lake County area. Authorities release pair after bond posted on drug charges.

Cops hope for override of veto of MEG funds. Detective nabs man on drug charge. Chief says arrest may dent naval base drug problem. Senate overrides Thompson veto of MEG unit funding. One family describes its own personal battle against abuse. Car salesman convicted on drug charges faces deportation hearing on Nov. Anti-drug gospel reaches junior high audience. Agents nab Colombians in suburban drug bust. State to fund county drive against drunk driving. Drunk driving crack down: state meeting designed to educate.

DUI arrest rate increases; but fund cut reduces number. Wisconsin lacks guts on teen drink problem. Patrol on lookout for drunk drivers. Extra Eyes hunt out drunk drivers. Trail of fears: drunk drivers speed, swerve past waiting patrols. The last word on GNP — almost. Kemper releases inflation study. Unemployment, inflation: an economic history lesson. North Shore area real estate market brightens. Federal Reserve off target on M1: economist Lawrence Roos. North suburbs bullish on the economy.

Executives cultivate positive economic outlook. Small businesses report some economic upturn. Sales hiring indicates economic upturn. Federal price policy should it change? Fixing prices eliminates choices: Hochberg. Is inflation under control? Buhai appoints 10 to a new local economic development commission.

Politics may hurt economic boom: Dederick. Real recovery to come soon, economist says. Trucker killed, 3 suffer burns in fiery crash on Edens Expy. Edens disaster renews highway safety debate. Edens intersection called most dangerous in the state. Eden crash survivors file claim against State of Illinois.

Purchase garage safety at a reasonable price. Hi, ho! Caution needed on bond law. No epidemic, this nasty flu. Endorsements in primary election. Shall education erode? Commuting crossroad. Fair play for women. Suburban grayhairs. Survey deserves some thoughtful responses. Time to pay the piper. Saluting the volunteers who serve our community. Urge Gov. Thompson to remedy Edens hazard. New city council members can improve government here. Grandiose plaza for a small suburb. Educate youths to bike safety.

Summer jobs needed now. In memoriam. The stars come to town. Cable TV regulation needs more scrutiny. Celebrating the unlikely. Save Edens portion of state bill. Getting on right track with state transit bill. Willits House merits approval. Hiding from the public. Helping victims of rape. Talking sense over collective bargaining. The value of college.

Going back to school. The worth of labor. More than lip-service needed in flap over local sales tax. Rotten apples in Eden. Bring up the real issues. Good luck, White Sox. Council can save landmark. Willits House Oct. Loophole curbs open meetings. Thanks for the job. Get into the spirit of Homecoming Week. A reasonable deal.

School issues are shuffled aside in lackluster election. And a time for every purpose under heaven… Nov. Time is now for IEPA to take the initiative on toxic waste. High price for top administrators. Farewell to Dan Pierce. An ugly breed of vandalism. Help ensure a happy holiday for everyone. Goodwill to men. For , resolutions of hope.

City campaigns characterized as low-cost, low-key. Nine candidates vie in city council primary. Santullano loses primary; newcomer tops vote. Buhai, Dolan view April elections as tight race. City election Tuesday expected to draw record voter turnout. Voters Guide. Buhai sees vote of confidence in victory.

Investigators say vote fraud charges appear unfounded. Abrahamson leads council race. Consolidated elections spark voting increase. Election judge classes open in Lake County. School board ballots list 9 incumbents, 6 newcomers. County election filing rush expected as deadline nears. Career Clubs guide unemployed into jobs. Hiring still at a standstill for local industry. Informal network group look at job alternatives.

College offers course for area unemployed. Labor, business set compromise on jobless fund. North Shore teens to find summer jobs scarce. Employers expect to hire more: Survey. Part-time workers find time off a plus. State energy program aids small businesses financially. English as a foreign language. Programs pitch skills for non-native students.

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Leave the light there; I like my room to be light. If I do not fall asleep , I read. Put out the light. Do not forget to call me early to- morrow. I shall not neglect it. I wish you a good night's rest. Women's clothes. The soul is immortat. He is a man of genius. He is gifted with much spirit. His brother has a strong consti- tution. He has an enormous mnscutar strength. He lias no heart.

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He Is a man of tha old stamp school. He is the first of honest men. He is a good-natured man. He has a very good appearance. He is a good looking jronng man. He is quite unaffected. OvB BaxHinaerL. Obi 6oiipiiTCH. He is difflcolt of access. What a tall ungainly fellow. Hia eyes seem to start firom his head. He is puffed up flushed with pride. He sets up for a person of great consequence. Look, liow this man assumes an affected gravity. He lords it. He has a stately gait. He is an arrogant, presuming man.

Om flMttrE cnoeo6iiocn ho nee- My. Ha struts. He looks as if he was proud. He sets up for a man of wit. A beau. He is an upstart A man of no family. He is a poor wretch. A man worth thousand. He is in easy cireumstanees. As poor as a church-mouse. This man is a unirerssl scholar. What a serious and sedate air.

What a cold countemaee. He is a perfsct scholar. He liyes in close retirement. He is a mde fellow, a clown. He is a wrong-headed man. He is a silly-man. He is a Tery studied saical sr- rant knave.. UeHajiexBUH lejumiint. He looks badly. He is in a sad condition. It is very low with him. He is a sharper. A vagrant, vagabond. He is a wild spark, a good-for- nothing fellow. He is quite mean-kearted. He is a strange, an odd fellow, a singular person.

What a sad grambler. He yleldte to no one in coarseness. He is a decried man, a man of bad character. He is a confounded liar. He is a slanderer, a backbiter. Ohi 6e3npecTaHH0 Bib xadarfe. He Is greedy of gain. He is a drunkard. He is the whole day in the ale- house. On TpjcK. That man fti too tedioni. He if faint-hearted, a coward. Ibzojpu 7 sea HenpiiByxAefla. Oaa xopomo cjioxeaa. Your daughter grows more beanti- fill erwy day.

She is a picture of beanty. She is a perfect, a brilliant beaaty. She carries herself like a queen. She has an engaging physiopomy. She has something very agreeable in her features. She is not handsome; yet her face, though irrregular, pleases. She has an engaging air. She has a natural beharlonr. She has an easy gait her mo- tions are full of deganee. She is well-shaped, well-made. She has a small turned up nose. Oaa ci o6miipHiiHH m aaaai8ini. She has a fair set of teeth. She has a dimple in each cheek. She has a head weU-ftunlshed.

She draws all the hearts to her. Oiia npexpacBte, uemuas. Ofla xjAO Ge6fl Aepxan. The hair, of her head is as red as a carrot, fair hut somewhat red, ash-coloured, black as ebony, white like snow. Thia woman is somewhat elderly. She is now prettier than she ever was. Her sister is exceedingly ugly. This woman is a latli. She has- a long pecked chin. She is double-chinned. She is rather corpulent, tat. She has an uneasy carriage, she behaves badly. She is dim-sighted. She has a snub nose. She has small long ilngen. Biifi She has a stem countenance, gloomy appearance.

Katnre has not used her like spoiled child. Ont CJunuKom xmamrrca. She affects the air of a pnide. Oiia xbAMtcm eunSmtn. She is as melancholic as a gibbet. Om eiqe KpimKh Ha Horan. He is all skin and bone. Obi crapuH xcJiocriKi.

He is a bachelor of some standing. He is an old dangler. Ton grow perceptibly thinner erery day. He is yery thickset. He has a little tripping gait. He goes on tiptoe. Digitized by Google 42? Obi pocTom ch MeBfl. Owh 6jaaopjKb. Owh HM'feerB ocTpoe aptuie. Ohi Kp'tnofTK ma. How tall do you Qiink lie is? He is aboat fiye feet He is of my size. He is taller by a head.

He has a pointed nose. He is short-sighted. He is quick-sighted. He is hard of hearing. Why do you turn a deaf ear? He has a poor memory. He has strongly marked features. He is all of a piece. Tou are spindle-shanked. He has good legs. He has a strong, weak chest. My hands are chained. This baby is teething. He is a little crooked. Good day, Sir. I have the honour to wish you a good moraing, Madam.

How do yon do, Sir? How is it with your health? I hope, I see yon weil? How have yon been, since I had the pleasure to see yon last? Very well, and howls it with you? Ho Majiliaxy. He Tarfc to 3Aopon. A Bana HaTynxa! As well as can be. Perfectly well. Yon look extremely well. How is your father, Sir? So so, middling. Bather poorly. And yonr mother?