Exhibit illustrates worldwide healing

December 10, 1993

"The Power to Heal: Ancient Arts and Modern Medicine," a photo exhibit on the first floor of Harbor Hospital Center, will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. next Friday through Jan. 10.

Part of the center's 90th anniversary celebration, the exhibit is international in scope and includes 60 color and black and white photographs illustrating health care and healing methods from around the world.

"Harbor Hospital Center is pleased to offer this exhibit to our Hospital Family and community during the holiday season, when caring and sharing are so prevalent in our thoughts and deeds," said Clark Jeunette, vice president of corporate communications for the hospital.

To schedule weekend visits, contact Ann Heil at 347-3478.

Brooklyn Park man faces drug charges

A Brooklyn Park man was charged with importing PCP into Maryland after county police stopped his car on Baltimore-Washington Parkway Wednesday, police said.

According to the police report, narcotics officers were investigating Harold Scott Collison, 33, and followed him to Washington, D.C., where they allegedly saw him meet with a supplier.

The officers followed Mr. Collison as he drove back to Anne Arundel County on the parkway and stopped him near the Route 175 exit. When he got out of the car, he held a jar of suspected PCP in his hand and allegedly struggled with police, the report said.

Mr. Collison, of the 700 block of Old Riverside Drive, was taken to Western District to be charged.

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