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September 1983

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


September 1983

Month
Date
Story
Description
September 1 Reactions to Soviet Downing Korean Plane DC rally. Bites with McDonald aide. Long, Sarbanes. Mitchell, Gov. Hughes, Towson prof react to Soviet downing of Korean plane.
September 1 Jobless Benefits Due to lower unemployment, Maryland may lose some unemployment benefits. Video from file of Jobless, Hagerstown. Bite with Hugh..
September 1 Man On The Street - React To Plane Attack Man on the street interviews re Soviets downing Korean plane with 265 aboard, including 21Americans.
September 6 School Daze The first day of school in County and City.
September 6 Drug Abuse New study says drug abuse has climbed by almost 40% in the past five years in Maryland.
September 6 Second District Profile of the race for City Council in the Second District.
September 6 Andy At Large Andy goes back to the first day of school.
September 6 Murphy/Young Billy Murphy brings in Mayor of Atlanta, Andrew Young, for yet more outside support in his mayoral campaign.
September 6 Soviet Tapes Audio tapes of conversation between Soviet pilot and base as pilot sighted and shot down Korean airliner. Tapes played..
September 7 Murphy Fundraiser in DC Video of crowd at home in DC. Two bites with people attending and with Murphy on out-of-town fundraising efforts.
September 7 Schaefer Rally at Local Church Video of large rally at St. Anthony's Church. Due to audio problem, only one bite. Lt.-Gov, Curran. Video of Pica and Schaefer.
September 7 TV Debate, City Council President Candidates Video from WBAL TV of tonight's televised City Council presidential candidate's debate. Shows all 5 with CG's from WBAL...
September 7 Rosh Hashanah Starts Tonight Video of Baltimore Jewish congregants walking into service. Bite of Rabbi used from 6 pm story of Jack Bowden.
September 7 Street Shooting Injures Three Video is aftermath. Cops stand around building and street.
September 7 Murphy Campaign Candidate Murphy attacks education system in Baltimore.
September 7 Schaefer Cabinet A look at the Mayor's cabinet.and shadow government.
September 7 Millersville Drug Another round-up of suspected drug dealers in Anne Arundel County.
September 7 Ultrasound New study technique to detect brain damage in premature babies.
September 7 MDA Money Youth who was on his way to donate to MDA telethon is mugged and robbed of money he had collected.
September 7 A.A. Firefighters Professional and volunteer firefighters are battling each other in A.A. County . hate each other.
September 7 School Heat Schools dismissed early because of oppressive heat inside.
September 7 Third District Profile of race for City Council in the Third District.
September 7 Rosh Hashanah Celebration of Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown tonight.
September 8 Schaefer Reacts to News Poll, Campaigns Schaefer speaks to firemen in Parkville, comments on poll, shown campaigning, etc
September 8 Murphy Reacts to Poll, Hosts Fashion Sho. Murphy news conf. He reacts to poll. Video of him at Martin's West. He's in top hat and coattails. Video of Harold Washington.
September 8 Fayette Street Body Found, Dog Near Body Body found in row house on W. Fayette St. Dogcatcher called in to get dog away from body. Foul play suspected. Video of scene.
September 8 Poll React New poll says Schaefer by a landslide .neither Schaefer nor Murphy believe it.
September 8 Murphy Vandals Murphy says his campaign supporters are the targets of vandalism.
September 8 Morgan State New program to stimulate academic success.
September 8 Triple Shooting Police have hard time piecing together events that led to East Baltimore triple shooting.
September 8 Fourth District Profile of race in Fourth District.
September 9 Woodlawn Dog Attack Four-year old boy is killed by dog in Woodlawn today.
September 9 Murphy/Schaefer Profile of the two candidates for Mayor.their styles and issues
September 9 Andy At Large Professional cheerleader tryouts for the Bullets.
September 9 Fifth District Profile of race in Fifth District.
September 12 Voting Details Preparations for tomorrow's City primary election.
September 12 Schaefer/Murphy A look at Murphy and Schaefer last minute campaign before tomorrow's primary.
September 12 Pitney Bowes Program at Pitney Bowes asking employees how business should be run.and listening to their suggestions.
September 12 Child Care New Child Care Center opens for downtown workers with the help of downtown businesses and the City.
September 12 Newport Homicide Police catch man in act of committing murder at Hampden residence, but too late to save victim.
September 12 City Council President Profile of very tight race for City Council President.
September 12 Sixth District Profile of race in Sixth District.
September 12 Telemed New phone hotline with recorded messages to answer your health questions.
September 13 Election Day It's primary day and everyone is out voting . many short VOs and candidate shots as they go to the polls.
September 13 D.C. Post Office Old D.C. Post Office has been renovated and opened as tourist attraction with shops, etc.
September 14 Schaefer Day We talk to Mayor Schaefer the day after he wins primary election against Murphy by a landslide.
September 14 Council Profile Profile of the look of the newly elected City Council.
September 14 Hearing Aids New device for joggers who wear radios while running . helps reduce dangers.
September 14 Calvert Cliffs Another Disaster Drill at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant.
September 14 Teacher Award Two City teachers receive Presidential Awards for Excellence.
September 14 Murphy NC The loser, Billy Murphy, meets with reporters to talk about the election. He's keeping his options open.
September 14 Drought Effect Drought and heat wave have broken..but state farmers are still suffering the damaging effects.
September 14 Schaefer Profile A look back at Mayor Schaefer's 12 years in office.
September 16 Prison Guards Prison guards protest in Towson against disciplinary actions against four guards for beating inmates.
September 16 Lever Brothers Lever Brothers opens new plant in City providing new jobs.
September 16 Phosphate Follow EPA will recommend ban on sale of detergents with phosphate in Maryland. Ban should help clean up the bay.
September 16 Andy At Large Exhibit of neon art.
September 16 Eleanor Mitchell Elderly city woman who picked up elderly men, drugged them, robbed them, and dumped them on street, goes on trial.
September 16 Hope House New program to get homeless alcoholics off the street and cured.
September 19 MCI Guard Work Slowdown Hagerstown prison video. Bite from Bev Marable .Galley takes action against guards. Tinney fired.
September 19 Maryland Lawmakers to Lebanon Marines Bite only with Mathias, Mikulski, Long on increased American involvement in Lebanon.
September 19 Esskay Strike Continues New night video of strikers picketing the plant.
September 19 Nightstyle. Orioles Quintessential Fan First Nightstyle Report. Sloane goes to Orioles game. Talks with Mapp, great Birds fan.
September 19 Hagerstown Warden fired at Hagerstown State Pen and other shakeups following beating incident of prisoners.
September 19 Esskay Strike Workers strike the Esskay Meat Packing Plant.
September 19 Sam Culotta Profile of Republican Sam Culotta who will be challenging Mayor Schaefer in General Election.
September 19 Neuroreceptors Johns Hopkins doctors develop new procedure to see inside a living human brain.
September 19 Andy At Large New Brisk Walk Program in the City to get elderly to exercise. Channel 2 is co-sponsor.
September 20 School Crossing Where Two Kids Are Hit Video of accident scene. Police at intersection. Bentlow Elementary kids hit by car. Bite with eyewitness, upset neighbors
September 20 Bob Bauman Speaks in Chestertown Bauman speaks at Washington College. Brad has video of him speaking. Sound bite on gay rights
September 20 Window Dresser .Nightstyle Miller's window dresser. Man who dresses up the windows. Bites from him and from window watchers.
September 20 City Fair Preparations Nite video of preparations for City Fair.
September 20 Brush Fires in West Patapsco Ave. Video of brush fires with firefighters.
September 20 Used Car Ripoff Package on people who bought cars from dealer who may have dealership revoked. Bites from MVA and car victims.
September 20 Death Penalty State's Court of Appeals throws out death penalty of convicted killer Martin Scott . draws protest downtown.
September 20 Reverend Mann 66-year old Episcopal priest pleads guilty of sexually abusing a 10-year old child.
September 20 Blindness New laser beam treatment can cure one eye disease that eventually causes blindness.
September 20 Andy At Large A man who will put your favorite sports fantasy on tape.with you as the star athlete.
September 20 Dentists New center at University of Maryland will revolutionize dental education.
September 21 Rosalind Avenue Barricade Situation Man holds two of his kids at bay with gun. Later word update. He releases kids but is still in house.
September 21 Priest Sex Abuse Video Joyce does silhouette interview with mom of kid who was sexually abused by priest. Sound bites from her.
September 21 Long on War Powers Act..,Stop Funding Video of Beirut. Long bite. Reacts to vote to cut off funding that keeps marines in Beirut.
September 21 Bolton Hill Dinner Theatre.Nightstyle Sloane Live with tape of play rehearsal.
September 21 Child Expert ..Live..Beverly Jones Jones Live talks about sexual abuse of children.
September 21 Absenteeism City schools have worst absentee record in the country..except for New York City, Baltimore is doing battle to st.
September 21 MCEA Convention MCEA Convention opens in Ocean City . main topic is firing of guards at Hagerstown Prison for inmate beating. MCEA is .
September 21 Oncology Center First part of special report on Hopkins new Oncology Center. Unique care for children with cancer.
September 21 Drinking Water Some experts say expansion of Carroll County Water Treatment Plant could lead to polluted drinking water for Baltimore.
September 21 Andy At Large Epidemic of twins has hit Hickory Elementary School. Five sets in one kindergarten class.
September 21 White House Joan in invited to attend White House Briefing with the President. Reagan announces offer to Soviets to limit nucl.
September 21 Education Move Mayor wants to use empty building on North Avenue as headquarters for City Education Department. ..all under one roof
September 21 Ocean City Autumn It may be the end of summer, but Ocean City is doing its best to keep the tourist dollars coming in year round.
September 21 Tennis Clinic Former tennis great Fred Stole gives a tennis clinic at Chestnut Ridge Country Club.
September 22 MTA Bus Jobs Hundreds of people line up at MTA headquarters to apply for a very few jobs.
September 22 Oncology Series on new Children's Oncology Center opening at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
September 22 City Fair Eve A preview of what fare the City Fair has to offer this year.
September 22 Andy At Large It's a good year for the grape harvest and Maryland wineries.
September 22 State Finances State officials say there may be need for a tax increase next year.
September 22 Dundalk Training Federal funds for retraining programs runs out at end of month. What are these people going to do now.
September 23 Fair Opens City Fair opens. Find out why people go to it.
September 23 Conowingo Dam Bridge over the Conowingo Dam finally reopens.
September 23 Tighlman Island Tighlman Island residents split over new Sewage Treatment Plant. Not sure they want to spur new development on the Is.
September 23 Oncology Series on Johns Hopkins new Children's Oncology Center.
September 23 Andy At Large Is the City Fair what it used to be or has its original purpose been turned into a typical carnival?
September 23 Jackie McLean Closer look at mystery candidate Jackie McLean who came out of nowhere to win seat on City Council.
September 23 Skipjacks Skipjacks on the Bay are giving way to modern technology . less and less of them are working.
September 23 Photo Essay Photo essay of first day of the City Fair.
September 26 Orioles Fever A look at good economic side of Orioles Playoffs for the City of Baltimore.
September 26 Stadium Souvenirs Stadium prepares for Playoffs ..and souvenirs are already big business.
September 26 Lighthizer/Crime AA County is using County workers to spot crime on their daily duties. More eyes watching while the police aren't arou..
September 26 Andy At Large Andy test drives two of the new 1984 cars.
September 26 Bay Study EPA hands over suggestions to clean up the Chesapeake, but it will cost one billion dollars.
September 26 Orioles Closer Musical piece on the Orioles celebration.
September 27 Greenpeace Greenpeace invades a company on Curtis Bay, saying it is polluting the waters.
September 27 Jobs With Peace Report on how much Baltimore City taxpayers are shelling out for Federal military spending.
September 27 Eastern Airlines Nation's largest airline .Eastern.facing mounting deficits and possible bankruptcy.
September 27 OS School Local elementary school celebrates Orioles clinching the American League East Pennant and going to the Playoffs.
September 27 Andy At Large Christmas catalogs are already coming in the mail.
September 27 NAACP NC NAACP accuses Worchester County of denying Blacks basic rights and services.
September 27 Worchester County Profile of county NAACP accuses of discrimination.
September 28 Shanahan White cop pleads not guilty to manslaughter of Black motorcyclist. Shooting set off racial protests.
September 28 Office Attack Woman attacked in State Office Building. Bad guy caught in the act.
September 28 Murphy Homes Despite attempts to make housing project safer, many residents still gripped by fear.
September 28 Diabetic Birth Diabetic woman runs risk and has baby successfully.
September 28 Potato Chips Family business that makes potato chips is about to be a family business again thanks to loan from City Hall.
September 28 Andy At Large How do they make the food they serve you on airlines? And who makes it? We tour BWI kitchen.
September 28 Esskay Vote First vote on first tentative contract in Esskay strike.
September 28 Operation Caring AA County giving away 124 tons of food to the needy.
September 29 Susan Avery Striptease dancer Susan Avery is put on trial for engaging in an obscene performance.
September 29 Bottle Bill Supporters for a bottle bill rally for help in their cause in Baltimore,
September 29 Andy At Large A Women's Rugby Team.
September 29 Esskay Pickets Esskay meatcutters end their strike, but can't go back to work because they won't cross truckers' picket line.
September 29 Hagerstown/Hughes Governor Hughes goes to Western Maryland to see what can be done about getting more jobs in the area.
September 30 Westinghouse React Baltimore Westinghouse plant awarded major government contract guaranteeing jobs for years to come.
September 30 Dean O.C. How Ocean City survived wrath of Tropical Storm Dean.
September 30 Child Care New program at Hopkins to help kids recover from the emotional scars of surgery.
September 30 Abduction Trial Baltimore couple confront assailant in court. Man allegedly kidnapped, robbed, and beat them.
September 30 Blind Walk Blind man ends Cross County Walk in Baltimore.
September 30 Mayor/School Mayor says he will pay closer attention to City School System. Tours one school today.