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November 1983

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


November 1983

Month
Date
Story
Description
November 1 Women's Pay New study says women are making more of the business decisions, but aren't making more of the money.
November 1 Andy At Large Fifth Annual Latin Day in College Park.
November 1 Berlin Funeral Funeral in Berlin, Maryland, for Maryland Marine who died in Beirut bombing.
November 1 A.A. Discrimination Civil suit filed against A.A. County teachers for locking kids in closet-like room as in school discipline.
November 1 Culotta Profile Profile of Sam Culotta . Republican challenger for Mayor.
November 1 Adopt A Family City uses a Baltimore Colt to help spur interest in Adopt A Family program.
November 2 Crafton Plea Mystery Professor Paul Crafton pleads guilty to using false credentials to teach at numerous schools.
November 2 Ethnic Violence Ethnic violence is rising in Maryland ..State establishes a task force to fight it.
November 2 Food Committee State snafu is still delaying free food to needy mothers and children.
November 2 Andy At Large Pie Eating Contest.
November 2 Car Clipping State moves to stop car clipping. Some say it is dangerous . definitely controversial.
November 2 Weatherization State program to help weatherize your home for coming winter.
November 2 Hopkins Xmas Annual Hopkins Christmas Sale rushes the season, but always draws a crowd.
November 3 Grandison Anthony Grandison and three co-defendants are convicted in their conspiracy trial.
November 3 Greyhound Drivers go on strike at Greyhound . but as they walk picket line, others line up for their jobs.
November 3 Absentee Teachers City School Board to deal with problem of absenteeism and behavior problems among teachers.
November 3 Andy At Large Aquarium closes three weeks for repairs. Fish talk to us about how it's like a vacation for them.
November 3 Jesse Announces Jesse Jackson announced he's running for Democratic nomination for president.
November 4 Block Cops City transferring cops off of The Block and putting new ones on. Don't want the cops getting too familiar with Block.
November 4 Back to Work State jobless rate for September hits lowest point since November of '79.
November 4 Andy At Large Baltimore Skipjacks trying to attract more fans to this hockey season's games .sponsoring a slap shot game at area mall.
November 4 Jail Guard Drugs Six City Jail Guards busted in front of jail on drug charges . suspended without pay pending trial.
November 4 Council Race City Republicans trying to win first City Council seat in 40 years . going after the Fifth District.
November 4 Church Dig Ruins of one of Maryland's oldest and most historically important churches are uncovered in Harford County.
November 7 McLain Return Young boy abducted by his father over weekend is returned home safely. Father arrested in New York City where boy was ..
November 7 Rent Strike Residents of Lafayette Housing Project plan rent strike until City answers their complaints of the last four years.
November 7 Andy At Large Exhibit of sports photography.
November 7 Hopkins Rabies Doctors from around the world gather here to find ways to slow spread of rabies..especially in Maryland.
November 7 Bond Issues A look at the bond issues up for approval in tomorrow's general election . 33.5 million dollars worth of bonds.
November 7 Kid Survival Baltimore group joins with UNICEF to send simple survival packages to the world's hungry children.
November 8 Voter Turnout Light voter turnout this election day.
November 8 Video Games A look at why City Council wants to regulate video games.
November 8 Infertility Changing lifestyles of women contributing to more cases of infertility.
November 8 Laurel Kids Crime Kids at Laurel Elementary win state award for their crime fighting efforts.
November 8 Andy At Large The trials and tribulations of filming a simple beer commercial.
November 8 Colts Sellout Colts have a sellout game at home for the first time in two years.
November 9 Green Funeral Two Maryland Marines killed in Beirut bombing buried today in Arlington National Cemetery.
November 10 Kopper Warehouse Koppers Warehouse is set ablaze . very visual . big fire ..arson.
November 10 Evacuation Koppers Warehouse fire forces evacuation of nearby elderly high rise apartment building.
November 10 Northeast Drug Bust Big drug bust in Cecil County. Cops say they broke up drug ring that got drugs from three states.
November 10 Company Health More and more companies are sponsoring their own health problems ..to keep their employees healthier and on the job.
November 10 A.A. Discrimination Update on trial against teachers who locked students in closet as discipline.
November 10 Andy At Large Preview of the Blast's new opening. Big production number to introduce the players.
November 11 Poly Tribute Balt. Polytechnic Institute pays tribute to its veterans who dies in military . and recently in Beirut.
November 11 Dorsey Burial On this Veterans Day, Dorsey family buries its son who died in Beirut bombing attack.
November 11 Guns in School Reaction to new policy that any student found with a gun or deadly instrument at school will be automatically expelled.
November 11 Tululu Schaefer Obituary for Tululu Schaefer, Mayor's mother.
November 11 Andy At Large Andy goes to government display of foreign weapons captured during U.S. invasion of Grenada.
November 11 Vet Profile We talk with four old veterans about how attitudes have changed from WW I to Vietnam.
November 14 Reisterstown Subway City Metro officially opens in one week, but is giving passengers free rides now as a hint of things to come.
November 14 Subway Safety A close look at what steps have been taken to make sure the Metro remains safe for riders.
November 14 Shooting Folo Bizarre shooting spree in Lakeland neighborhood, ends with two children wounded and the attacker shot to death.
November 14 House Calls An eye doctor who makes house calls,. and says the days of the house call are coming back.
November 14 Pride of Baltimore The Pride of Baltimore is sailing back home after a year long goodwill trip. We find it resting in a cove near Annapolis.
November 14 Andy At Large Barney Skolnik returns to Baltimore law practice. He helped convict Agnew, Mandel, and Anderson.
November 14 Greyhound Strike Greyhound gave its strikers until noon today to come back or be replaced. No one went back.
November 14 Education Week It's National Education Week. A look at how education values are changing for vocational and technical training.
November 15 Chicken Flu Chicken flu is spreading, killing chickens in Pennsylvania, fear it could spread here and cripple Maryland's big poultry.
November 15 Chicken Dealers Some area poultry dealers are being hurt by chicken flu, but not all.
November 15 Juvenile Arson A look at only program in state that counsels juvenile arsonists.
November 15 Subway Future Future plans for Baltimore's subway.t
November 15 Trailways Strike at Greyhound is a boom for business at competitors like Trailways.
November 15 Andy At Large How to make your own Teddy Bear.
November 15 Highway Repair Study says 150 bridges in city need to be replaced at cost of 1650 million dollars. Same problems around the state.
November 15 A.A. Tribute Anne Arundel senior citizens gather in different locations for simultaneous tributes to Americans who lost their lives..
November 16 Ripken Cal Ripken is named American League Most Valuable Player.
November 16 Aberdeen Ripken Reaction to Ripken winning MVP from place and school where he grew up .. Aberdeen.
November 16 Northern Parkway Problems of road construction on Northern Parkway
November 16 Alzheimers A closer look at Alzheimers Disease.
November 16 Stadium Concession Fight over who gets new concession contract for Memorial Stadium.
November 16 Drug Bust 22 suspected drug pushers are arrested in South Baltimore, including former Dunbar High basketball star.
November 16 Cabbie Protest More flare ups in long standing dispute between cab drivers at BWI Airport.
November 16 Navy Airlift Plans are finalized to airlift entire Naval Academy to California for Army/Navy Game..
November 17 Bay Money Government types are fighting over where money will come from to clean up the Chesapeake Bay.
November 17 Greyhound Greyhound buses are rolling through picket lines, but few people are on the buses.
November 17 Bus Ride We ride on a Greyhound bus to see what it's like during the strike. Is it safe?
November 17 Maryland Marathon Beginning of report on how to prepare for a marathon, especially for running the Md. Marathon.
November 17 Robot Files Robot tires to file to run for president of the United States. Rot is from Baltimore.
November 17 Andy At Large A Barth's eye view of fencing competition.
November 17 Germantown Elementary Case goes to jury. Families sue school for locking their kids in closets as discipline.
November 17 Impact Profile special program that is last resort for many students, and trouble 'impact' is having surviving.
November 18 Harlem Park Ninth grader murdered in Harlem Park Junior High over his Georgetown sports jacket.
November 18 Big Head Drugs City security school officer charged with dealing heroin, along with known druggie Bernard "Big Head Brother" Lee.
November 18 Marathon Part Two of report on preps for Maryland marathon.
November 18 Andy At Large Andy sails up to Baltimore aboard the Pride of Baltimore, returning after a year long goodwill cruise.
November 21 Subway Opens Baltimore subway officially open for business now. Look at schedules and fares, and race downtown using Metro and c.
November 21 Andy At Large The wholesale flower business in Baltimore.
November 22 Heart Lung Transplant Patient recovering from heart and lung transplant at Hopkins.
November 22 State Troopers State police begin ad campaign to pressure for a pay raise.
November 22 Kennedy Anniversary Kennedy was assassinated twenty years ago today. We look back and talk to lots of people about it.
November 23 Nursery Fire Pre-dawn blaze wipes out much of this family business, making this day before Thanksgiving sad.
November 23 Sinai PC Rare and delicate operation saves fetus and its mother at Sinai Hospital.
November 23 Towing City Council considering bill protecting downtown restaurant goers from unscrupulous towing companies.
November 23 Andy At Large Armands Pizza opens in Baltimore . for pizza lovers, it's a holy shrine impoted from Washington, D.C.
November 23 Duckett Funeral Student murdered in Harlem Park Jr. High School, Dewitt Duckett, is buried.
November 23 Editorial Demand for tighter security to make our schools safer.
November 23 American Family Winner of Maryland's Great American Family competition.
November 24 Harlem Park Arrest Three city students arrested for murder of Harlem Park Jr. High student.
November 24 Free Dinners Free Thanksgiving dinners for needy all around the city.
November 24 Biofeedback New treatment for headaches . no aspirin or drugs, but biofeedback.
November 24 Andy At Large Thanksgiving signals start of Xmas shopping season. Andy looks at one store's very upscale Xmas display.
November 25 Shopping Various reports from shopping centers this day after Thanksgiving, first traditional day of Christmas shopping season.
November 25 Union Avenue Fire Reward and search for Union Avenue arsonist.
November 25 Harbor Santa Santa Clause arrives at Harborplace.
November 25 Hagerstown Escape Five dangerous prisoners escape Hagerstown prison.
November 25 Mayor Roast Mayor is roasted by Saints and Sinners Club.
November 25 Hot Items What's hot and what's not in stores this holiday shopping season.
November 30 Robinson Trial Trial begins .. charged with rape and murder of young woman. Body found in Hopkins parking lot.
November 30 Duncan Fatal Fatal fire on Duncan Street. Two children die.
November 30 Mystery Cross Tombstone cross destroyed by vandals is mysteriously put back together.
November 30 Andy At Large Harvesting Maryland's Christmas Tree crop.
November 30 Goddard We go to Goddard Center for spacey preview of next shuttle mission.