Prince George's County Executive Parris Glendening has appointed Veda Ward of Greenbelt, James Wiggins of Fort Washington and Mary Lou Green of Laurel to serve on the park and recreation advisory board.

The appointments, which require County Council approval, are geographically distributed throughout the county.

Wiggins is president of the Oxon Hill Boys and Girls Clubs and a member of the Prince George's Boys and Girls Club. He is employed by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Ward serves on the Baltimore Youth Cabinet, the Greenbelt Park and Recreation Advisory Board and the National Recreation and Parks Association and is a lecturer at the University of Maryland.

Green is employed by Montgomery Ward & Co. and is active in the West Laurel Recreation Council, the West Laurel Civic Association and the Bond Mill Elementary School PTA.

Anna R. Coley, who has served on the board for two years, is being reappointed to represent the central area of the county. Stein Named Chief Officer of Laurel Hospital

Community Hospitals and Health Care Systems Inc. has announced the appointment of Gary M. Stein as chief executive officer at Greater Laurel-Beltsville Hospital.

Stein comes from St. Luke's Hospital in Newburgh, N.Y., where he was associate director. He has also held administrative positions at Barnert Memorial Hospital and Riverside General Hospital in New Jersey.

He is a graduate of George Washington University here and Queens College in New York and is a member of the American College of Hospital Administrators. Licenses Required for Cats

Beginning Nov. 14, cat owners in Prince George's County will have to license their pets.

The licensing fee for dogs and cats is $8, or $5 if an animal has been spayed or neutered. License applications will be available in November and inquiries may be directed to the Animal Control Facility at 336-3221. Reid Is Named to Housing Authority

County Executive Glendening has appointed Mary Reid of Largo to the Prince George's County Housing Authority. The appointment requires County Council approval.

Reid is retired from the federal government and has worked on a temporary basis as a secretary and administrative assistant with the Prince George's County government, Minority Transportation Trucking Co. and the Prince George's County United Way. She has also served as a volunteer with Crisis Line and is a member of the Federal Women's Program. Landlord-Tenant Commission Posts Filled

Glendening has reappointed H. Manning Clagett and Romas R. Horton and appointed James S. Arisman to the Landlord-Tenant Commission. The appointments require County Council approval.