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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Inside County teacher wins marathon. SEE PAGE C1 South Deale man Is decoy artist. oirculation Newsroom 288-4800 288-5000 Tomorrow's Cold sunny For see page A9. VOL. Cl NO. 293 DECEMBER 25 Cents Say morale are low at AAGH Nurses cite staffing problems GOOD PONT FORGET THE MARYLAND State House on State Circle is by from 7 to 9 tonight and tomorrow night AREA MORE ARRESTS are pend- ing in an electronic theft ring of computer users. Page Fl. ETCETERA FEMALE LEGISLATORS get an early Christmas present at the State House. Page Fl. COMMUNITY SEVERAL FOOD and toy drives are under way to pro- vide Christinas for needy coun- ty families. Page D2. ARUNDEL ARTIST LOCAL GALLERIES arc stocked with affordable ideas for art lovers. Page D8. 'GOV.-ELECTSCHAEFERls pushing to cut red tape for construction of a new stadium in Baltimore. Page A4. NATION OLIVER NORTH is said to have controlled Swiss bank ac- counts connected to bis secret Iran arms dealings. Page WHOLESALE PRICES rose 0.2 percent in November. Page A3. SPORTS NAVY HOPES to have aew football coach by the middle of next week. Page CL PEOPLE SUSAN a former actress once linked romantically to Jordan's King was beaten to death Wednesday. Miss Ca- bot-Roman I joined an in-. theater R r o u p railed The a r el 1 Players in Fast Sibago where she made her professional debut Miss Cabot Roman appeared in several movies including of Battle At at Silver rwk of Alt Baba Dear of Dia Saga of the Women Their Noyage to the of Great Sea Serpent of the chine Gun Kelly The Uasp Woman tod 'On the Itlr of Samoa Her wai arrwtwl for mvesUxiUMi of murder For I look other ptoptr in the today iff ptfe LOTTERY Ntmben 4771 WOfX DJ F14 Oil n By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer At a time when competition to hire nurses is Anne Arundel General Hospital is plagued by poor low pay and bad according to nurses. Their opinions conflict with those of who say the hospi- tal is adequately staffed and that quality of care is not threatened. But nurses said administrators place too much emphasis on saving while nurses remain over- Quiet noise New group wants farm By TOM KRISHER Staff Writer Another group of investors has obtained a contract to develop Quiet Waters but county officials say they are still negotiating to buy the land for use as a park. During a meeting with County Executive 0. James Ligbihizer on one of the investors pro- posed a with the county to develop part of the land and preserve the rest as a according to Lighthizer. Lighthizer said he told them they could talk about the but it is that the county would agree to any development. But he said the county may be interested in allowing development on part of the land in exchange for a bw price on the rest of the property. within the realm of possibili-. ty something could be worked but it's highly he said. The county wants the 340-acre farm for a park that would provide- public access to the South River. The farm is the last major undevel- oped tract along the river. The led by Annapolis developer John obtained a contract on the entire farm from Mary E. Greco said. He would not say how long the contract has been in or its provisions. The contract has he said. president of Johannes-Gre- co has developed The a community of homes on the Severn River. The company also is building the Belvoir Farms housing development off Generals according to Greco The investors want the farm's waterfront but the county will not give that Lighthirer said Grero would not be specific about plans for the but said anything done by the group would be consist- ent a park If there any importance to what s been an on Page Col. loaded with patients or assigned to work in areas for which they lack skills. seen it backslide in terms of the quality of patient one nurse said. we ever hear about is the Another nurse described morale as and said many of her colleagues are looking for jobs else- where. The five registered nurses inter- viewed for this saying they feared losing their spoke on condition that they not be identified. Concern became so great in the pediatric unit that nurses decided to go everybody's by writ- ing a letter to AAGH Administrator Carl according to one nurse. The sent to Brunetto in stated that the unit was under- staffed to the point of being she said. Brunetto confirmed receiving the letter from pediatric and he said nurses in the maternal-child health area also have exoressed concerns about staffing. In the latter nurses com- plained that it was unsafe to give them temporary assignments in medical-surgical areas because they are not trained for that type of Brunetto said. was corrected. We just don't send the nurses to the any he said. Betty assistant admin- istrator for nursing said management responded to the pedia- tric nurses by adding staff on the day shift. But a nurse said pediatrics re- mains much The situation there was relieved by the addition of a nursing but that person has since transferred to another she said. Hospital officials throughout Maryland are finding it increasingly fill nursing in part because new opportunities are. on Page Col. Actor to go on trial Manslaughter case to draw big crowd By JOANNARAME Y Staff Writer If you ignore the fact that both the accused and the victim are sons of famous Hollywood then the trial starting hi Circuit Court on Monday would seem fairly routine. But the case won't be ignored because the defendant is a the son of actor Ryan O'Neal and the brother of actress Tatum O'Neal. Griffin O'Neal's manslaughter trial will likely be a magnet for reporters from magazines and star-crazed supermarket tabloids. The 21-year-old actor is accused of driving a motorboat so recklessly that he caused a South River accident that killed his Gian-Carlo on Memorial Day. Coppola was the son of Academy Award-winning movie director Francis Ford of Sue Got and lypse fame. The accident occurred when the boat ran into a tow line stretched between two other boats. The rope struck Coppola on the side of his face and forced him backward. He landed on the back of his head on a metal which caused the fatal according to autopsy and police accounts. At under bleak the 23-year-old Coppola lay mortally wounded on board a 14-foot runabout. He died within despite efforts by O'Neal and Natural Resource Police officers to re vive him. Coppola and O'Neal were on their day off from filming the movie of Stone Coppola was helping his father on the set in Va. who most recently starred in the movie Escape had a role in the Coppola film. the younger Coppola and his Jacqueline De La Fontaine decided to spend their holiday on the Chesapeake Bay In the Yellow they read about Pier 7 Manna in located on the South River outside of Annapolis it started out as one of the nicest days he can remember They were having a tot of fun They were full of life It a good said O'Neal's T Joseph Memorial Day marks the start of the boating season on the bay and area The waterways around Annapolis called the boating The Capital of the on Page A12 Col. Ticket Police know them all ROR Mil I Motorists often appeal tickets for parking along red curbs. person said he thought we painted the curbs red to match the Capt. 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