Two Eastside liquor outlets have been fined for...

TOWSON --

June 19, 1996|By From staff reports

TOWSON -- Two Eastside liquor outlets have been fined for serving an underage, undercover police cadet without asking for identification.

Keith M. Culler, licensee for Bay Liquors in the 10100 block of Bird River Road near Chase, was fined $200 for the May 16 incident, the second time in a year that the bar sold alcohol to an undercover cadet. Culler, who also was fined $200 last year, is trying to sell his license, the board was told.

Edwin K. Erisman, licensee of Kluso's tavern in the 3300 block of Eastern Blvd. in Middle River, was fined $100 for serving the same cadet on that day. It was Erisman's first offense, according to board records.

Mars President D'Anna to be remembered Sunday

DUNDALK

DUNDALK -- A tribute to the late Angelo N. D'Anna, who served as president of the 12-store Mars Super Markets Inc. chain, will be held Sunday at Dundalk Heritage Park behind Dundalk Village Shopping Center.

The 2 p.m. program will feature prayers by the Rev. Richard Parks of Sacred Heart of Mary Church, a plaque presentation by the Breakfast Optimist Club of Dundalk and remarks by public officials.

For more than 40 years before his death in January 1995, D'Anna was a benefactor to local and regional organizations and schools.

High school seniors honored in essay contest

ESSEX

ESSEX -- High school seniors were honored in the fifth annual countywide essay contest sponsored by the Honors Program and the admissions office at Essex Community College.

Lydia Haile of Towson High won first place and $500. Runners-up were Christina Malekiani of Loch Raven High, second place and $250; and Anne Solomon of the Institute of Notre Dame, third place and $100.

Four students also received honorable mention and $25 each: David Caslin and Kate Slear of Dulaney High and Lisa DeStefano and Joe Van Arsdale of Loch Raven High.

Police raided three East Baltimore houses yesterday evening and arrested six suspected drug dealers, bringing an end to Operation Border Patrol, an effort by police of the Eastern and Southeastern districts to rid the Patterson Park, Madison East-End and Milton-Montford communities of drug trafficking.

Since the operation began last month, 66 people have been arrested on drug charges, two for robbery, two for burglary and three for auto theft. Also, 36 grand jury indictments are pending.

Police seized eight handguns and large amounts of what was suspected to be cocaine, heroin and marijuana.

Ethnic groups, entertainers to gather for Diversity Day

About 30 ethnic groups and entertainers will assemble tomorrow in front of City Hall for a daylong celebration of Baltimore's cultural diversity.

Diversity Day '96, an international festival and block party presented by Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke and municipal employees, will feature ethnic music, dance, arts and crafts, food and exhibits. The event will run from 11: 30 a.m. to 8 p.m. at War Memorial Plaza.

Body of boy who drowned is identified by police

A boy who drowned Friday evening while wading with friends in the Gwynns Falls near the Carroll Park golf course was identified Monday by police as Andrew Maurice "Mo" Foster, 12, of the 100 block of S. Addison St. His death was ruled an accident, police said.

Pub Date: 6/19/96

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