Glen Burnie

July 30, 1993

Party raises $1,017 to benefit cancer fund

A party held last week to benefit uninsured cancer patients raised $1,017, said Dave Malicki, who coordinated the Malicki Brothers Benefit Bash.

The money is being turned over to North Arundel Hospital, where individual patients will be able to draw up to $500 toward cancer-related hospital expenses, Mr. Malicki said.

The first fund-raiser was held in 1991 to help Steve Malicki pay for his cancer treatment. It netted more than $5,000, Dave Malicki said. The Glen Burnie native is cancer-free, his brother Dave said.

Last year, the Steve Malicki Fund was established at the hospital, and donations may be made there.

Boy seriously hurt in collision with car

A 10-year-old boy was in critical condition at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center after being hit by a car as he rode his bike on Oak Lane Wednesday.

According to the police report, Joseph Daniel Hackman was riding his bike east on Oak Lane at 7:54 p.m. when he rode in front of a car driven by Lora Pearl Johannessen, 80.

Ms. Johannessen tried unsuccessfully to avoid hitting the boy, who struck the passenger side of the car and was dragged underneath, police said.

Daniel, of the 200 block of Oak Lane, was taken by helicopter to the hospital. Ms. Johannessen, of the 300 block of First St. in Glen Burnie, was not charged.

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