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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Taking work for a Customers pay for mergers BIRDS FLY Goodwin Is plenty In O's 6-2 victory vs. Jays Cl O'ltf Id0p.m. on Fists fly at DNR oyster hearing Su ARUNDCL REPORT Dl JULY New lab tests may nab slayer '88 murder remains unsolved By THERESA WINSLOW Staff Writer Seven years after she was raped and investigators are hop- ing a new set of laboratory tests wUl help catch Elisabeth Greenberg's killer. But if they don't yield immediate maybe a mention on the television show Mys- will be the key. The producers of the show plan to broadcast details about the murder this and perhaps show Ms. Greenberg's picture near the end of a segment about a similar case from Calvert County These are the latest developments in an investigation that's taken many twists and turns since Ms Greenberg's body was found on July floating face down off Bembe Beach. The 34-year-old cook in the U.S. Merchant Marine died of a combina- tion of drowning and blows to the head with a blunt object. She was last seen in the early morning of July 5 leaving Mum's Restaurant on City Dock in Annapolis. She spent Independence Day sailing. get frustrated dis- said David chief investigator for the State's Attor- ney's Office. Six years after he was assigned to the a photograph of Ms. Green- berg remains tacked to a note board in his office. prosecutors around here ELISABETH QREENBERQ found daad July 1988. know I'm not going to give up. That's why I have the picture up. It's a reminder. The information is out it just hasn't been found Mr. Cordle would not elaborate on what kinds of tests will be done and said only that they will involve Page Gary pay study infuriates unions ByBARTJANSEN Staff Writer Union leaders are outraged that county pay scales would fall under a salary study that County Executive John G. Gary's administration has been fiddling with since November. As rank-and-file workers saw poten- tial raises evaporate from early drafts of the pay scales rose for posi- tions held by Mr. Gary's spokes- man and chief of staff In several the officials now earn more than the study found was justified. But administration officials contend that early drafts of the unfinished study offered unrealistically high sala- ries to beat all neighboring jurisdic- tions. The latest version aims to keep county salaries in the middle of the pack. The study by David M my the job study isn't worth the paper it's printed on and should be Jim AFSCME president Griffith Associates of Indianapolis is the county's first since 1984 The study threatens a major breach between Mr. Gary and the work force because its controversial recommendations will become part of contract negotiations in the fall. my the job study isn't worth the paper it's printed on and should be said Jim Best- president of the 900-member American Federation of County and Municipal Employees Local 582. But Larry Mr Gary's said the county must bal- ance workers' needs against taxpayer pressure for a frugal government. have to take everyone into Mr. Telford said. The incomplete report was due Dec. 1 The consultant had distributed ques- tionnaires to workers to rank their duties and quantify salaries for about workers paid 6 million The consultant then compared job descrip- tions to 400 public and private organi- zations employing workers But Mr. Gary rejected several early versions of the document as too gener- ous and sent it back to the consultant. A is unofficial because SALARIES. Page County raclMtM- cation study. A9 NARROWS ARE A CHANGING Despite slower than predicted cultural and economic changes in Kent Narrows have almost erased the era of the waterman JOHN KEILMAN Kent Island Staff Writer The beige warehouses of the United Seafood Co. are a silent symbol of the transformation of Kent Narrows United is the last major seafood- packing company on a peninsula that once held 13 of them. Now the company is considering moving to a business park 4 miles to the leaving the old watermen's hub with one more skeleton of the past. And people are excited about it. could be developed beautifully into something comparable to Fisherman's Wharf in San said Morris executive director of the Kent Narrows Development Foundation. It's an enthusiasm typical among the entrepreneurs and overseers who have turned this blue-collar workplace into a white-collar playground. The marina is filled. Bars and restaurants have hour-long waits. The one hotel is stuffed every and there are rumors that another is on the way. Eyes are toward the not a historical shore that seems more remote each year. The picture is still and the news isn't all good. Growth hasn't come as fast as planned and some businesses are struggling. A parking lot built with bond money can't sell enough spaces to cover the payments. But the neon-colored crowds that pack the pastel nightspots seem a testimony that the fate of Kent Narrows is sealed. Fourth- generation waterman turned Queen Anne's County commissioner George M. O'Donnell saw that years ago. told that if the it would all but bring an end to the seafood industry in the he said. The old vs. the new In the old Kent Anglers restaurant wasn't a fit place for a lady. It was a watermen's tucked close to the workboats. The men went there after unloading the day's catch at the packing houses. It was a place to drink and argue and fight. weren't allowed owner Rick Droter said allowed. But women would not go in the bar has a restaurant. It's still a Spartan with red vinyl on the tabletops and cigarette smoke in the but women are perfectly at home. crowd used to be 95 percent Page By M Odell The Capital Rick Orator atonda hi front of a raataurant ha and Ma famNy owna In tha an aatory catering to mirrorlnf ofcMfaa aeroaa tha Nanowa. ByDwMW Troxro Tha Capital pat at Hajvle dto a reatowajnt axpandad aa tna Nanowa Ma become a popular apat for touriata and Ivana Hafada and Qeoraja Holiday ofti Auditor can toot own horn She's the only woman accountant in plays a mean sax too ByBARTJANSEN Staff Writer On a recent night at the King of France saxophonist Teresa 0. Sutherland was the only woman the bandstand as the 17-piece Crabtowne Big Band roared through such classics as the A But she was front-row center a familiar position since she became acting county auditor in December and guided the County Council through controversial budget hearings iij Mav As with the music she's the only woman ac- countant in the auditor's office. But the council ap- pointed her effective yester- day to lead the office perma- choosing her over several men in the office with more experience. In the she be- came only the second per- manent auditor in 30 years of charter re- placing a man who served almost as long as she's been alive. worked hard to estab- lish myself in this said Ms. who built a reputation with high-profile investigations She's akeady slashed her office budget 17 percent. And she's raised adminis- tration while en- county auditor. joying the enthusiastic support of some taxpayers and council for suggesting where millions in other budget cuts were available countywide is fearless and I find that said Council Chairman Diane R R-Arnold The council honored her efforts June 7 at the YWCA's 1995 Tribute to Women and Industry. Councilman Bert L. dropped his customary reserve and pumped his arm with a war whoop at the formal dinner does her homework and knows her said Jim Tareaa 0. play- ing tha MX wtth tha Crab- Mg hat tha Aiundol Cantor too. Sha la the new LOW Cloudy today. Partly sunny tomorrow. M Wolfman Wolfman the rock 'n' roll disc jockey whose gravelly voice and trademark wolf howls made him one of the nation's most recognizable died yesterday of a heart attack. He was 57. At LIFESTYLE WRtSTU Could it be headed this U DAVE One way NOT to see America. Cl Balanced budget avails seniors. 14 London offers activities for all. n NO Because of the July 4 there will be no national coupons Inserted in today's editions Coupons will return to The Sunday Capital next week. Have a nice Arundel Report .01 Editorials A10-U Business Bl Lottery A4 Books Movies E2 Classified Fl-11 Obituaries 02 Church gukta F12 Police Beat 02 ;