Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg

CENTRAL --

December 24, 1992

Westminster man CSX's assistant vice president

David J. Fleckenstein has been appointed an assistant vice president for financial planning and analysis for CSX Transportation Inc.

His responsibilities will include heading the company's cost and economic analysis office and its financial planning office.

Mr. Fleckenstein has a bachelor's degree in transportation administration, a master's in management and a doctorate in administration.

He is a member of the Business Advisory Council at the University of Baltimore and the Council of Logistics Management. He and his wife, Dody, and three children live in Westminster.

Navy apprentice goes to Somalia

Navy Fireman Apprentice Brian J. Carns recently arrived off the coast of Somalia aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Leahy in support of Operation Restore Hope.

The ship is part of the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk battle group. Forward deployed to the western Pacific and Indian Ocean since early November, the Kitty Hawk battle group relieved the USS Ranger battle group off Somalia.

The USS Leahy is a guided missile cruiser designed to fulfill an anti-aircraft, anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare mission. Commissioned more than 30 years ago, the Leahy is one of the Navy's oldest cruisers and is making its first deployment since Operation Desert Storm.

During this deployment, Mr. Carns has visited Hong Kong and Singapore.

He is the son of Robert J. and Deborah J. Carns of Westminster. The 1991 graduate of Westminster High School joined the Navy in July 1991.

POLICE

* Westminster: Glenn DeLoriea of Windsor Drive reported to )) police that someone splattered the side of his house with eggs Sunday.

FIRE

* Westminster: Reese and Westminster responded to a fire alarm at Carroll County General Hospital on Memorial Avenue at 6:02 p.m. Tuesday.

Westminster and Reese responded to a fire alarm on Baltimore Boulevard at 8:15 a.m. Wednesday. Units were out for about 20 minutes.

Westminster and Pleasant Valley responded to a dryer fire in a house on Ewing Drive at 1:25 p.m. Wednesday. Units were out for 30 minutes.

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