CENTRAL--Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg

November 24, 1992

Writer, illustrator to show techniques

David Wisniewski will spend today at Friendship Valley Elementary School demonstrating his writing techniques and cut-paper illustrations to students.

Teachers have been preparing integrated lessons using two of Mr. Wisniewski's books, "Rain Player" and "Sundiata." Students who have copied the writer's style also have their art on display.

The various cultures depicted in his books have been incorporated in the vocal music program.

POLICE

* Westminster: Thomas Forsythe of Dorothy Avenue reported that someone broke into a paper box on Liberty Street and removed coins on Nov. 20. Loss was estimated at $20.

The City of Westminster reported that someone removed parking meters and poles from North Court Street Nov. 20. Loss was placed at $552.97.

Katherine Idzi of Pennsylvania Avenue reported that someone scratched her vehicle while it was parked at her residence Nov. 20. Loss was estimated at $300.

Kurt Gauss of Macks Homes of Owings Mills reported that someone entered a residence under construction on Litchfield Circle and removed carpet Nov. 20. Loss was estimated at $500.

Security Supply Corp. of John Street reported that someone spray-painted one of their vans Nov. 21. Damage was estimated at $200.

Amy Martin of Finksburg and Sara Holden of Manchester reported that someone removed both of their purses from their locked vehicle while it was parked on Pennsylvania Avenue Nov. 21. Loss was estimated at $107.

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