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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Your Docs eye val ue of section.' SBf PAGES Monday O's trail Red Sox by SEE PAGE 16 Ippi Arundel Saltwater perils Broadneck water. i 0 COX R 8 Classified Circulation Newsroom zoa-ruuu 268-4800 268-9000 Tomorrow's 90 For see page 11. VOL Cl NO. 176 JULY 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET TALK of the a 1942 film with Gary Jean Arthur and Ronald Cole- will be shown at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the Center for Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College. Admission is charged. ACTION LINE THE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column helps a reader get a medical lab to pay the insurance company. Page IS. AWAY WE GO TOP TREKS for August are outlined. Page 9. STATE TRIBBLE surrenders to po- lice. Page 4. FREED HOSTAGE reunited with several family memebrs. Page 2. HOUSE TAX writers Senate plan. Page 3. SPORTS reject EX-CAPE resident Pultz KOs Hernandez. Page 16. PEOPLE POLITICAL leaders includ- ing President Reagan mourned the death of W. Averell Hani- remembering him as one of the world's most accom- plished statesmen and of greatest Americans lof his died Sat- urday at his Birchgrove home in Westchester north of New York with his and other family members at his side. world has lost one of her most respected the death of Averell Harriman closes a chapter in diplomatic history which only someone of his talent and stature could have Reagan said. behalf of my predeces- sors whom he served with such loyalty and I join all who mourn his Reagan added. Senator Edward M. Kenne- called Harriman of the greatest Ameri- cans of his Gov. Mario Cuomo said Har- riman left monumental record of public and York will re- member him as a governor who led an administration deeply concerned with prob- lems of mental civil rights and stood near the center of power for half a century helping mold U.S. for- eign particularly with respect to the Soviet Union. For a look at other people in the newt ptge 3. LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit Ctl Pick 4- MM. Lotto n N M 13 14 M GOING ONCE Auctioneer Bobby M ttut al the ttlh MitHtil AtMnKntflt rHnptr two bttow hoide up a ewramic white daughter and Linda Sogan of eyes books. The auction raised about the Dwrideomitle Rurltan Community 2 sections. 28 Classified 27 Police Tetevistan Crash kills area boater 2 powerboats collide on busy Broad Creek By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer An Edgewater man' was thrown from a boat and killed in a collision with another boat on' Broad Creek Saturday night in an area where residents have complained of heavy boat traffic and speeding. The 28-year-old Thomas S. Southwick apparently drowned after being thrown from his broth- er's 20-foot according to Natu- ral Resources Police. The body was recovered in the creek near the scene of the accident Sunday afternoon about yards from the South River and in front of Broadview according to Capt. Frank I. Wood of the marine police. The driver of the other Bruce William of was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol. Marine police said the Hartz boat did not have lights on. The accident remains under inves- tigation and more charges are pend- authorities said. Wood said the Baja was being driven by the victim's Charles W. 23. Two other people were on board. Charles Southwick was driving southbound toward the South River when he came upon the 18-foot SITE OF BOATING ACCIDENT Map by M. MAP SHOWS where boats collid- ed on Broad Creek Saturday night. Glasstream operated by Hartz. Southwick attempted to avoid a head-on collision with the Glas- stream but the two vessels collided on the starboard officials said. Southwick was traveling an esti- mated 25 or 28 Wood said. Hartz was traveling at 6 to 10 or 7 to 11 mph. Wood said the impact knocked on Page Col. Panel picks Gotts Court Chosen for new bus station By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer A parking lot behind the Arundel Center off Calvert Street is the best site in Annapolis for a new bus a city panel decided last week. In a 7-5 vote after months of the City Council-appoint- ed group of 12 citizens and Alderman Ruth Gray chose the Gotts Court site over the controversial Elks property on Rowe Boulevard. At issue was where to build a proposed multimillion-dollar state Mass Transit Administration termin- al that would serve as the new end of the line for Baltimore-Annapolis express buses and as a drop-off point for local buses. Under the committee's recommen- the tetminal would occupy the ground floor of a multi-level parking center on Gotts Court that could cost up to million. Final plans for the complex have not been drawn up. The panel's decision is only a recommendation and must go before the public and the council for said Gray. R-Ward 4. will be a lot of people against the Gotts lot But our job is she said. Mrs. Gray's committee was ap- pointed earlier this year by the council after the controversy over the proposed transit center surfaced. In MTA announced a million expansion program that was on Page Col. Surgery staff at AAGH overloaded New facility will cost some patients Hospital pins hopes on new center By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer tt comes to what patients pay for an outpatient surgery center planned by Anne Arundel General Hospital will be a mixed blessing. facility would drive down rates for outpatient but rates for surgery ia the hospital would according to tbe application for state approval of the project. Wafle cvrreat room rate it the la the new ambtil. tory sarftry center would be O 13 On the other the rate tor surgery performed in the hospital mainly requiring hospitaliiation would If surgery center is not toatit and all ceatimM to be at fee tbe at at im would be per abate The are for IMS. when AAGH officials hope to open the center. Tbe rate projections are based on the formula used by the state Health Services Cost Review which controls all hospi- tal rates. Tbe reflect only the hospital's charge for using surgical not the fees charged by surgeons two main factors in setting rates are total revenue and patient volume. Mid Assist- ant Administrator Jeffrey Sanderson Rates wottM be tower at the aew facility beciaae of tbe high volume of ovtaetteei surgery be new surgery center would handle K percent of hospital's outpatient which for 45 percent of all surgery according to tbe application la contra it. current ia tbe hospital's exiatiaf operating rooms are becaue ef the extremely high volume being ea Col. f By SCOTT LAUTEN'SCHLAGER Staff Writer Overcrowded conditions in Anne Arundel General Hospital's surgery department are causing a and jr-opardinng the quality of according to a document filed with tbe state Faced with a shortage of operating rooms. are performing surgery late at night when they are fatigued from long workdays. Hates a of application filed by the And eauetln forfeit aiewt be scheduled a month ia retailing in pain and and increased for The hospital it required to obtain the certificate from regulators to build a 13 5 million outpatient surgery center in Parole Hospital otfkiaii have proposed the facility at a long-term solution for relieving pressure on existing operating rooms. Surgical facilities are used at levels that exceed Industry standards by more than 50 with operations starting as late as 11 p.m late schedule has been deemed a senous problem due to patient condition as well as staff and physician inability to perform the application states of care is at risk when surgeons and anesthesiologists begin surgical proce durei late at to tatters that constitute an aapeadix to tbe aaadcafloa. sen staff doctors express coo cerae abaci effects OB Tbe late surgery Dot speak well for continued quality of wrote Dr Richard president of medical staff. anesthetist may the surgeoa may be fatigued and I am not sure that I would want surgery performed late in the evening by a surgeon and an anesthetist ea Cei
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