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June 1983

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


June 1983

Month
Date
Story
Description
June 1 Day on the Bay Governor is out on his annual bay fishing trip, and Lou is with him, catching a lot of fish and fishy stories.
June 1 Swisher/Clarke Swisher and Clarke announce candidacy for City Council President.
June 1 Locusts 17-year locusts are back again this summer. Jack tells them to bug off.
June 1 Presidential Scholar Profile of one of Maryland's Presidential Scholars.
June 1 Frank Perdue Frank Perdue is peddling his new chicken franks on Baltimore street corner.PR hype, but it attracts some looney t.
June 1 Child Abuse Photo of 10-month old possible child abuse victim. Mike Bass interview. Video of hospital, child's house. Bite with neigh.
June 1 16-Year Old Girl Found Dead No video. 16-year old found dead in parking lot of Johns Hopkins University. Foul play suspected/
June 1 Damon Jones Trial Artwork only of Jones on the stand. Denies killing Little
June 1 Mary Pat Clarke Announces - Live Kevin does life shot outside house (No?) video used.
June 1 Swisher Announces for Council Presidency Video of him outside his mother's house. Vo only.
June 1 Murphy Names Campaign Staff Video of Murphy. Newser (?) with bite, video of Parren Mitchell and others on staff.
June 1 Waxter Center Hearing City Council Video of seniors at Center listening and asking questions. VO only.
June 1 Baltimore Valedictorians Video of 23 valedictorians having lunch at Inner Harbor. Bite from one who wants to work with NSA.
June 1 Rebate Hassle - Contact 2 Normal Contact 2 where Ed gets rebate back for lady.
June 1 Norfolk's Waterside Opens - Rouse Development Video from Norfolk of parade, balloons and shots of new "Waterside" developed by Rouse.
June 1 Bike Race - Number Four John looks at last year's race, this year's participants and the prize money.
 
June 2 Ed Bennett Williams - Bob Irsay EBW reacts to Irsay's call to sign Memorial Stadium contract. 3 bites including Mayor Schaefer's,
June 2 Schaefer Fundraiser Fundraiser at Civic. EBW introduces Schaefer. Lots of people, lots of nat (?) sound in this piece.
June 2 Maryland Farmers Farmers react to all the rain weather.
June 2 Cincinnati Plane Crash NBC late feed. video of plane Air Canada which landed while on fire at Cinn. Airport. 23 killed, many injured.
June 2 Damon Jones Trial Damon Jones is convicted of murdering Arnold Little. Northwest High School student and star athlete.
June 2 Hopkins Murder Ann Santmyer , found facedown in Hopkins parking lot, was murdered and raped and strangled.
June 2 Somerset Prison State about to close deal for property to build new prison. We have a report on the prison site in Somerset County.
June 2 Editorial Editorial saying that School Superintendent Alice Pinderhughes is running out of time to start making changes in the system.
June 2 Undercover Cop Joyce talks to undercover cop who posed as a high school student to bust drug dealers in Howard County schools.
June 3 Tanker Overturns Video of overturned tanker on off-ramp. VO only.
June 3 Sinclair Shooting Video does not show body, but police standing around, chalk marks around where body was, etc.
June 3 C & P Seeks Rate Hike New package on rate hikes with opposition from People's Counsel spokesman.
June 3 Bikers - A Talk With Them Video of guys eating seafood, sound bites with two of them on bike race upcoming.
June 3 C & P Rate Hike C & P makes rate hike request that would just about double phone rates.
June 3 Boat Theft Thefts on the rise at Chesapeake Bay Marinas. Thieves taking boats and boating equipment.
June 3 Kennedy Grads Graduation ceremony for special group of students who have learning disabilities.
June 3 Orioles Promotion We take a closer look at why the Orioles have so many free give-aways at ball park - to bring in the crowd.
June 3 Two On The Road Preview of SPCA Animal Fair.
June 6 Minority Caltec Caltec signs deal with minority contractors for goal of 50 percent minority employment. Should help them get City .
June 6 Menthanol Spill Chemical spill in Crofton, could have been an explosion. Cops may file charges against chemical owners.
June 6 Disney Preview Disney World is building new urban entertainment centers. Baltimore is being considered as a prime site.
June 6 Andy At Large Andy looks back at the 1983 U.S. Pro Cycling Championship in Baltimore. It was a smash hit.
June 6 Heart Device Heart implant device devised by some local doctors does save lives. We'll meet one man who is being saved by .
June 6 Contact 2 Ed helps a woman who cancels a holiday spa contract for medical reasons and then finds she's being billed years later.
June 6 Bay Model Lou looks at the controversy surrounding the scale model of the Chesapeake Bay. Scientific tool or white elephant?
June 7 Cable TV Hearing City Council hearings. Bite with City Solicitor Caplan, Iris Reeves and Clarence Mitchell of Cable Panel.
June 7 Woodsboro Water Contamination Video of town. Shot of suspected pesticide source. Bites with Fire Chief and residents and State water expert on analysis
June 7 Sophisticated Ladies Brad looks at opening of musical at Lyric. Bite with one star, lots of nat (?) sound, etc.
June 7 Bronstein Arrests Three people arrested in connection with elderly Bronstein couple. One of suspects lived next door to the victims.
June 7 Inner Harbor Theatre City approves construction of major Inner Harbor Theatre/Office/Public Garage complex.
June 7 Governor Trip Preview Preview of Governor's trip to Chicago to lure businesses down here.
June 7 Caldor Stores Preview opening of Caldor Stores in Baltimore area
June 7 Anniversary Plates Special license plates being sold for Maryland's 250th anniversary.
June 7 Andy At Large Billboard sitters come down to earth after 261 days sitting on a billboard. Both win mobile homes.
June 8 Hughes, Chicago Governor Hughes travels to Chicago to try luring businesses down to Maryland.
June 8 Downtown Hotels City okays loans for two new downtown hotels. We look at the new hotel construction and hotel space in Baltimore.
June 8 Bronstein Suspects Two more suspects arrested in connection with murder of elderly Baltimore couple, the Bronsteins.
June 8 MD Rehab Center Graduation ceremonies at Maryland Rehabilitation Center for those who won't let their handicaps stand in their way.
June 8 Andy At Large World's largest wave pool opens at Wild World Water Theme Park.
June 14 Ft. McHenry Fireworks - Flag Day Celebration Video shows military procession, flags, music, fireworks. Bites with kids.
June 14 Pulaski Highway Shooting Video shows crime scene, etc.
June 14 Anne Arundel Moratorium Folo Up Uma talks to couple who can now build a home after moratorium on homes is temporarily lifted.
June 14 Citizens Celebrating Baltimore Joan profiles Citizens Celebrate Baltimore, new group that travels around City singing to various groups.
June 15 Halthorpe Drowning Video shows dusk shot first, then night shots of divers pulling body out of pond, putting it in ambulance. VO only.
June 15 Eager Street Fire Death Video shows fireman around house and then body being brought out.
June 15 Fire Safety In High Rise Buildings Video of MGM Grand. Fire survivor of Las Vegas Hilton fire speaks to people at Highlands condo about fire safety.
June 15 Nurse Protests, Towson Nat. sound of protestors. Video of them with signs. Bites with one fired, Union spokesman, nursing homes woman says no c..
June 15 Birth Certificate Arrests Two men arrested for buying blank birth certificates.
June 15 Space Telescope Institute Dedicated Video of building. Ribbon cutting. Bite with Director. Shot of telescope model, etc.
June 15 Zoo Party, Picnic Music and shots of people and kids picnicking at the Zoo.
June 15 School Layoffs City announces it has done all it can to save jobs in school system. Will now only have to lay off 45 teachers.
June 15 Rosedale Murder Years-old boundary dispute ends with one businessman allegedly shooting his neighbor to death.
June 15 Gambler Clinic Report on local clinic that treats compulsive gambling. We tie it to Art Schlichter's gambling problems.
June 15 Andy At Large Member of Memorial Stadium grounds crew is giving a home to stray cats under the stands. Everyone who works at Stadium..
June 16 Whittlesey Arrested in San Francisco File freeze of Whittlesey arrested in San Francisco.
June 16 Principals Protest Evaluation, Retirement City School Board meeting. Principals protest Evaluation plans.
June 16 Homewood Residents Meet on Cancer Video shows people in Homewood meeting. Bite with Johns Hopkins official about cancer rates there.
June 16 North East Shooting - Suicide Package video of Northeast where house is center of attention. Bite with victim's sister, police, etc.
June 16 Butler Accident Video of bad accident on Butler
June 16 Howard County PCP Bust No video. 8 million drug lab busted. Two arrested.
June 16 Billy Murphy Opens Campaign HQ. Murphy opens downtown headquarters. Bites, .etc.
June 16 Columbia, MD Celebrates 16th Birthday Video shows people singing Happy Birthday, and Rouse cutting birthday cake.
June 16 Gov. Hughes on Business Climate, Press Conference Hughes tells business execs. to put up or shut up about business climate.
June 16 Sobriety Ruling Harford County judge rules that State Police sobriety checkpoints are constitutional.
June 16 Sludge Burning AA County and BGE agree to a test sludge burning project, first of its kind.
June 16 Murphy HQ Official opening of Billy Murphy For Mayor campaign headquarters.
June 16 Andy At Large Look at a local company that makes silver tableware, forms spoons, knives, etc. One of biggest in country.
June 17 Barricade Man in Randallstown House Uma live. No tape, at scene where man has apparently set house on fire after shooting his mother and holding his son hostage.
June 17 Kidnap Man Man is kidnapped, robbed of wallet, let go, by two men. Police have no leads
June 17 Anne Arundel Homes Burglary AA County is prime for B & E's due to new growth. Video of homes and bite with Police exec.
June 17 Hampden Road Accident Video of bad accident. Car hits tree.
June 17 Blue Cross Blue Cross Blue Shield asks for very large rate hike for elderly customers. The old folks are screaming mad.
June 17 Wynnwood Towers Loyola College wins battle for control and eventual takeover of Wynnwood Towers.
June 17 Governor's Trip Governor's Chicago business trip was so successful that the State is expanding his trips to more American cities and over..
June 17 AFSCME Folo-up AFSCME study says Maryland working women are being paid less than men with comparable jobs, training and skills.
June 17 Annapolis Festival Annapolis Arts and Crafts Festival this weekend.
June 17 Andy At Large Last day of school for the year in Baltimore County.
June 20 Caltec Revises Cable TV Proposal - Council Video of Council. Bites with Gallagher, Waxter, Mfume.
June 20 Parren Mitchell Talks on Blacks & Jews Mitchell meets with about 25 people at Jewish Community Center. Talks about Jewish/Black relations. Bite with Rebecca P.
June 20 Cardin - Steinberg on Special Session Bites from Cardin and Steinberg on why Special Session is needed on takeover business bill.
June 20 Alan King Concert for Save A Heart 30 seconds of Alan King. Sound on tape from concert tonight at Meyerhoff.
June 20 Bay Summit Governors of Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania gather to discuss ways of saving the Chesapeake.
June 20 Dioxin Testing Experts begin 4-day probe of possible Dioxin poisoning dangers in the Baltimore area.
June 20 Water Conservation Baltimore County launches a new water conservation program.
June 20 Andy At Large The official Yankee Haters Handbook.
June 20 Marilyn Monroe Doll New collectors item - Marilyn Monroe doll that costs thousands of dollars. It has real mink and diamonds and design.
June 21 BTU - Class Size - Petition Drive Video of Dandridge news conference. File of classes - bite from Mary Pat Clarke - Dandridge CG's on proposals
June 21 Catonsville family of 9-year old quints Video of Catonsville quints, bite with their father and two of them.
June 21 Special Session General Assembly has one-day special session to work on new business laws in the state
June 21 Cable TV Suite City's Cable TV muddle is back in Mayor's hands. Board of Estimates tries to unmuddle things and Caltec is talking about ..
June 21 Harford Bones Update on bag of bones found in Harford County. Nothing new other than to say it is human remains.
June 21 Patuxent Wildlife James Watt visit Patuxent Wildlife Center which is helping to repopulate the country with bald eagles. He praises work..
June 21 Andy At Large Competition for life guard jobs at Ocean City is tough.
June 22 Tim Murphy Calls for Tax Rate Changes Video of meeting at War Memorial Plaza. Bite with Calton Clendaniel. CG's of tax plan and Tim Murphy.
June 22 Alfreton Moody Found Dead 20-year old Moody missing since Friday found dead near Essex Community College.
June 22 Fatal Fire Kills 10-Month Old Girl Video is aftermath only of apartment where girl died.
June 22 FBI Arrests 2 Men in Extortion Case FBI arrests two for extorting money from subcontractors for Seafarers Union.
June 22 Caltec Cable Plan - City Council Reaction Reaction from Caltec's Russell, Du Burns, Mfume, Schaefer, councilmen.
June 22 Caltec Offer Caltec offers City a second plan to put cable in City, after having first franchise attempt turned down.
June 22 Bolton Hill Vandals Suspects arrested and charged with 37 counts of vandalism as City cracks down on such activities.
June 22 State Anniversary State's 350th anniversary celebration is going to cost one million dollars more than originally planned.
June 22 Andy At Large Andy goes to Cityscape , where people can tour the City's underground world of pipes and sewers.
June 23 City Council OK's 1984 Budget & Taxes Council video. Home video with CG on rates. Bites with various Councilmen on cutting budget.
June 23 BUILD Rally for Voter Registration Video of people. 800 at meeting at church. Sound bite from BUILD organizers, etc.
June 23 Volunteers Video of awards of people getting volunteer awards tonight.
June 23 Council Budget City Council continues to struggle over who gets what in the next budget.
June 23 City Water Run-off Baltimore has most polluted rainwater run-off in the nation. City disagrees.
June 23 Summer Fun Report on summer activities planned for city students now that school is out.
June 23 A.A. Shelter Shelter for the homeless in Glen Burnie is being forces to shut down because it isn't obeying state laws.
June 23 Andy At Large The return of fast home delivered pizza. Profile of the economics of Dominos Pizza.
June 24 General Motors Pkg. General Motors and Toyota will not build cars in Baltimore.
June 24 New Hotel VO. Inner Harbor to get new hotel behind Convention Center.will be a Stouffer's.
June 24 Federal Jobs VO/SOT. Several MD congress people come out for Federal Jobs Program.
June 24 Tunnel Accident VO One killed in tunnel accident.
June 24 Alcoholism Pkg. Johns Hopkins and US and Canadian brewers to begin new alcohol abuse prevention program.
June 24 BWI Birthday Pkg. BWI celebrates 32nd birthday.
June 24 Andy At Large. Lacrosse. Pkg. Andy visits old timers lacrosse match at Hopkins.
June 24 Ammunition Theft Someone broke into State Police ammo storage building at Loch Raven and helped themselves to bullets and tear gas.
June 24 City Budget Folo A look at the battle to raise City Property Tax for the new City budget.
June 24 Alcoholic Women New treatment center for alcoholic women in Baltimore. We look at the rising problem in the City.
June 24 Remington Books Remington Book Store, a landmark downtown landmark for years, is moving to North Baltimore on York Road to get away from constr..
June 24 Andy At Large Andy takes us to an International Tuba Fest and Symposium.
June 27 Schaefer Announces Candidacy Nat SOT of "We Want Don" bite from Schaefer. Good stuff.
June 27 Council OK's Budget, Property Tax Rate Video of Council.
June 27 MD Women's Campaign Party Opens At Maryland Art Place, MD Women's Campaign Fund begins. Bite from chairpersons.
June 27 Dump Clean Up EPA officials start cleaning up illegal hazardous waste dump in Anne Arundel County tomorrow. May be more dangerous than ..
June 27 Women's Campaign Maryland political group gears up for 1984 campaign. The Women's Campaign Fund plans to be a major force in the next ele..
June 27 Business Journal New newspaper publishes in Baltimore.., The Baltimore Business Journal, it's The Wall Street Journal for local econo
June 27 Andy At Large World's longest poster is unrolled on Baltimore streets for the day. It's a promo for Artscape, enters Guiness Book Wo..
June 28 Reagan News Conf. Briefing Book Questions Video of Reagan news conference with questions on Briefing Book controversy.
June 28 New Democratic Coalition Demo group questions both Schaefer and Murphy at meeting
June 28 Newington Ave. Murder Suicide Video of house where two were killed, husband/wife murder/suicide.
June 28 Piedmont - BWI - Hughes Video of Hughes at dedication for Piedmont, new hub at BWI.
June 28 Parren Mitchell on Mortgage Help Video of Parren with people at meeting.
June 28 Policeman Tribute - Sgt William Stanley Tribute to cop who died of cancer.
June 28 Mayor's Race Mayor Schaefer is officially in race for reelection/ Picks up endorsement from Senator Sarbanes.
June 28 Du Burns Files Clarence Du Burns files to run for City Council President.
June 28 Pick 4 Expands The State Pick 4 Lottery Game is expanding to five days a week.
June 28 Telephone Issue Break up of phone company means changes in service. The Whos, Whats and Whereofs are being explored in a consumer con.
June 28 Mini Horse Small miniature horse is born in Maryland, four pounds at birth.
June 28 Andy At Large Open tryouts for the Orioles baseball team, no one made it.
June 29 AA Phone Service Restored After Cut Cable Recut from Joan on AA phone cable cut, and fire and police emergency services cut off too.
June 29 Science Center Party Party celebrates Science Center success, looks to expansion.
June 29 John Douglass Announces for Comptroller Video of Douglass at announcement party.
June 29 String Orchestra Camp Performs, Young Kid Video and sound of kids playing.
June 29 Bridge Safety State is beginning computer search of bridges similar to one that collapses in Connecticut. If found, are they safe.
June 29 Phone Service New phone rates granted.
June 29 BG&E Protest Local consumer group protest BG&E rate hikes by marching on PSC, with music and declaration of independence.
June 29 Air Quality National Study says Baltimore among worst cities with air pollution. State worried the data is misleading.
June 29 Pressman Announced Hyman Pressman announces for reelection.
June 29 Bobby Cheeks Bobby Cheeks says he's running for City Council.
June 29 Third District Profile, the politics and election race for City Council in the Third District.
June 29 Andy At Large Kids go to a summer camp where they learn how to sharpen their skills as musicians.
June 30 Principals Protest Evaluation Changes Meeting. Bites with principal. Video of School Board and crowd there.
June 30 City Council OK's Bond Money for Key Highway Video of meeting where Council OK's bonds for Key Highway reopening.
June 30 Aids Baby Baby at City Hospital does not have AIDs
June 30 Berlin Brass Quartet Video and sound of brass group performing
June 30 Continuous Caster Beth Steel installing new continuous caster at Sparrows Point. It will create new work, but cost jobs.
June 30 Bus Laws A list of the new laws that are in effect for what you can and cannot do on an MTA bus/
June 30 Mayor/Minister Mayor Schaefer gets support from Black Ministers in the City.
June 30 Andy At Large A look at baseball summer camp for kids.