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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1990, Wilson, North Carolina National whistlers convention in Raleigh this weekend by Robin p. Teater associated press writer Raleigh a people from As far away As Oregon Texas and new York will be pursing their lips to revive an ancient Art this weekend As they compete in the 17th annual National whistlers convention. A i think All Art innately has an audience a said Allen de Hart founder and director of the contest held in the Franklin county town of Louisburg located about 30 Miles North of Raleigh. A i think because its a natural Art a de Hart said. A it was an Means of communication probably Long before we had language. I guess the first Whistler was probably the first Caveman who heard a Bird. A not Only will contestants travel this year from some 20 states including California Washington Oregon Colorado Nevada Alabama Michigan new Hampshire and Florida but More out of state spectators Are expected he said. A we have More people come from new York than any place a de Hart said. A a its a tremendous amount of fun to on saturday the 1989 National grand Champion Whistler Sean Lomax a 28-year-old computer specialist on a submarine based at Pearl Harbor will defend his title. He won last years title by whistling a a dance Bohemer from the opera a Carmen a and a the entertainer a from the movie a the sting Lomax will open this years contest with the National Anthem. After saturdays Competition at the Franklin county courthouse convention goers will gather for a Street dance. There will be arts and crafts displays and the National whistlers museum established in 1981, will be open to visitors. About 38 adults and 20 children will compete for various awards ranging from the National children a Champion to the Best supporting Whistler. The youngest contestant was 3 years old while the oldest was 88. The prize Money this year totals $2,500. A we once thought that this was a Rural kind of Art clinics enforce policy on paying for services continued from Page one includes shortfalls in medicare medicaid and unpaid Bills Bassett said. Clinic officials see the attempt to collect payment at the time of the office visit As a Way to keep health care costs Down. A part of our Endeavor is to contain costs by collecting charges for services provided a Bassett said. This helps to Lessen Cost shifting a process where a paying patient or one who has paying insurance benefits ends up paying a part of the uncollected Bills of someone else. The new method of collecting Bills is a stepping Stone toward an even different approach. Currently All patient tickets a cards filled in by the physicians that state what treatment was Given a Are sent to a data processing department for entry into a computer. Under a decentralization plan each physicians office will be equipped with a computer with current patient information in it Bassett said. When a patient Calls for an appointment he will be advised of any delinquent balance on his account. The patient will be told his account must be paid before he can see the doctor. A this will be a much smoother process for everybody a Bassett said. It will eliminate errors because the patient can question any aspect of his Bill. An updated statement of his account will be Given to the patient before he leaves. Bassett admits decentralizing is not beneficial to the clinics but it will give patients an advantage. A it should be a More effective business patient relationship a he said. Decentralization is expected to be in place at the end of 60 Days. Or. Andrew Price president of the medical staff at Wilson memorial Hospital agrees with the policy although he is not affiliated with the clinics. A a contract Between a patient and his doctor is just that. The patient is responsible for his Bill. We require patients to pay something at the time of their visit a he said. This is enforced even if the patient has medical insurance he said. Or. Dennis Kuk a physician at Wilson clinic also supports the new policy. A we Are basically a business that keeps on getting Cut Back More and More through medicaid reimbursements he said. A your expenses keep going up. The clinics did what was reasonable and prudent. A the Boice Willis clinic in Rocky mount with 20 physicians is smaller than the 54-member combined clinics in Wilson. Boice does not have As stringent paying policies As the Csc clinics. A it depends on their insurance and if they be met their deductible a said Pearl Joyner the credit manager. A the patients Are Good about keeping up with it the deductible a a if there is a question we Bill the insurance company and. After that they Are expected to pay in full or make arrangements for payments. Bruce Beasley president of the Wilson county chamber of Commerce said he would ask the health care committee to look at the policy if it has not already. Based on an experience he had at a Charlotte Hospital he did not View the procedure As unusual. A a it a a practice done in other places. Its a trend with medical care and people Are not used to it a he said. Eagle visits Wilmington the coast guard Academy a 295-foot Long training ship the Eagle is in Wilmington this weekend and will be open to the Public for Tours. The Eagle is the Only Square rigged sailing ship still being operated by american military services. A obituaries Edward l. Speight Farmville a Edward Lee Speight 63, died Friday in Pitt memorial Hospital. The funeral will be conducted by the Rev. Thefts a 1.6 horsepower min cultivator valued at $188 and a Lawn Mower valued at $500 were stolen thursday night from the South Clyde Avenue residence of Glenn land according to a Wilson police report. No suspects were listed in the larceny. Clay delay Jesup a. A soils appearance and its enhancement of growth May Only be skin deep sub surface Clay can starve Trees of the water needed for survival. It takes four times longer to moisten dry Clay soil to a depth of one foot than Sandy soil according to Georgia Pacific corp. Clay soils can be improved by adding Lime coarse Sand or peat for easier absorption of water. Willie Joyner at 2 . Sunday at Joyner a memorial Chapel. Burial will follow in Sunset memorial Park. Speight was a member of Patrick a Chapel free will Baptist Church where he served on the usher Board. He was an armed forces Veteran. Surviving Are his wife Clara Bell Speight a daughter Clara Mae Dixon of Snow Hill two sons Billy Ray Speight of Farmville and Edward Junior Speight of Snow Hill five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the Chapel tonight from 7-8 and assemble at 1727 Forest Village at i . For the funeral. Bush continued from Page one when asked Why Bush needed More time to Frame a response Fitzwater replied a because Many of the actions that we would contemplate taking would involve other countries would have International implications and we therefore think its important that we touch base with our allies on this the administration already has signalled that the most Likely . Action against Moscow would be in the economic Field such As Trade rather than a slowdown in arms negotiations or discussions of regional disputes. Church reverses decision on barring child with aids soviets arrangements mortuary. By Joyner a Nathan Johnson Nathan Johnson 70, of Farmville died Friday morning in Pitt memorial Hospital Greenville. The arrangements Are incomplete and Are being handled by Joyner a mortuary. Barbara Jones Barbara Jones 47, of Farmville died thursday. The funeral arrangements Are incomplete and Are being handled by Joyner a mortuary. Continued from Page one and does not take into account distribution problems that kept goods from reaching Consumers. Helgerson said the first Quarter of 1990 has not been promising and the Prospect for a even a modest economic recovery seems to us Remote at the likelihood is that inflation will continue and shortages will persist he said. A the Economy in fact could deteriorate sharply a Helgerson told the panel. A it is in a fragile state and a severe Shock could cause output to drop shocks could come from ethnic unrest strikes or consumer panic he said. Weather regional weather Wilson area mostly Cloudy today tonight and sunday with a Soso percent Chance of showers. Highs in the 70s. Lows in the 50s. Beaches mostly Cloudy today tonight and sunday with a 30-60 percent Chance of showers. Highs in the 70s. Lows in the 50s. Mountains mostly Cloudy today tonight and sunday with a 40-70 percent Chance of showers. Highs in the 60s. Lows 50 to 55. Extended forecast monday through wednesday. Fair each Day. Highs in the 80s by wednesday. Lows in the 50s. Chou Chou Chicago a a Church barred a 5-year-old boy with the aids virus from sunday school then reversed itself Friday after an uproar. A there has been a great Deal of concern As it relates to a Little boy be the Rev. Erwin Lutzer senior pastor of the Moody memorial Church said at a hastily called news conference. A we love him and we want him Back in our sunday school and he will be Back in our sunday but Lutzer said other parents would be notified that a child carrying the aids virus would be attending Bible class a and they will have the Freedom to keep their children from sunday a your position and our concerns have not changed a Lutzer said. A we have decided to shift the Burden of responsibility from us As a Church a he said. The Church had drawn fire when its decision to bar the boy became Public a few weeks after the death of Young aids victim Ryan White. A their decision stems from fear and ignorance and they done to seem to want to Correct that a the boys Foster Mother Terry Rucker said thursday of Church officials. Earlier the pastor said the 65-year-old Church had decided to bar the boy a to give us time to think it his Secretary Evelyn Rankin said officials of the nondenominational evangelical Church acted out of concern Over How aids is spread and fear it could be passed on through saliva. There has never been a documented . Case in which aids which cripples the body a defences against disease was spread through saliva said Charles Fallis a spokesman for the Federal centers for disease control in Atlanta. The boy was born with the aids virus said David Schneidman a spokesman for the Illinois department of children and family services. The Agency removed the boy from his Mother who has aids out of concern she could no longer care for him Schneidman said. The Ruckers took the boy in two months ago. John Hammell director of the aids and civil liberties project of the american civil liberties Union of Illinois said the churches decision to bar the child Likely would not have withstood a Legal Challenge. A ifs very sad especially. Since this is a religious institution and should be a compassionate institution that this still the Ruckers were not available for further comment Friday. They did not answer the door or Telephone Calls to their Home. Aids is spread by a virus transmitted mainly through sexual Intercourse shared hypodermic Needles and from infected mothers to their infants before or during birth. Health officials have said there has been no evidence that it can spread by casual Contact. Found in Small towns or americana a de Hart said. But the contest sponsored by the Franklin county arts Council has attracted people of All Ages and economic and ethnic backgrounds he said. A obviously the Art is like the Art of music a it has no limitations a he said. A people with All kinds of interests and backgrounds whistle the winners have one thing in common the National attention they receive. A fall of our whistlers sooner or later get on some kind of a show either the Johnny Carson show or the David Letterman show a de Hart said. A this started As just simply a spinoff from a Folk festival. A Battle continued from Page one preceded Fleming As school Board attorney filed a motion to dismiss the desegregation court order. . District judge Franklin t. Dupree or. Denied that motion but he did allow the defendants name to be changed from the Wilson City Board of education to its present title. As for the changes made since merger or. Tom Dixon superintendent also stated last april no Pupil reassignments such As have occurred in the Windsor Lake area and Forest Hills to snot districts were submitted to either the Justice department or the Federal court. Douglas said these changes could have an effect on whether his department approves the redistricting plan already approved by the Board. A a we la take a look at what the different schools have been doing Over the years a he said. A it May be a change was made five years ago that could have a negative Impact As far As racial balance is if the Justice department should reject Wilson county a submission Douglas said the system has two alternatives. First he said school officials May choose to redesign the plan to accommodate any recommendations handed Down by the department and re submit it for approval. Or Douglas said Wilson county schools could Overlook the Justice departments ruling and still submit the plan to the courts. If this route is taken Douglas said a court hearing or trial is inevitable. If plan approval is slow in coming and is not granted by the Start of the 1990-91 school year Douglas had the following to say a Wilson county schools cannot legally implement this plan without court approval. If they do it they do it at their own Happy birthday j. Marshall Daniel 80" Vav in memory of mrs. Dorothy Murphy our father knows what a Best for us so Why should we complain. We always want the Sunshine but he knows there must be rain. We cannot always understand Why things happen As they do. But it is comforting to know Rod will take care of you. So rest in peace dear Mother for heaven has no sorrow. Robert Lee Murphy Sandra Eula Rosemary Larraine Loretta in Honor of Sig John m. Bischoff Usuf 2z apr 61 Laos As he begins his thirtieth year in Captivity we Pray for your return Flowers for All occasions funerals a weddings anniversaries birthdays a holidays Maude a Flower shop 243-6378 Corner of Green St. Amp Maplewood ave. S

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