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2H"h8 Daily Tar HeelThursday, November 5, 1981 Off icial says taxpayers to foot needy patient ras Son By JAMEE OSBORN l)TH Staff Writer Because of federal budget cuts, taxpayers may have to pick up bills for hospital patients who cannot afford to pay, Richard Broom, a spokesman for North Carolina Memorial Hospital, said recently. Many hospitals are planning to raise their rates to help cover costs incurred by patients who cannot pay. A re cent survey by the North Carolina County Commis sioners Association revealed that officials in 43 of 66 counties with public hospitals expected to raise their rates to help absorb the costs. Medicaid traditionally has helDed pay hospital bills for Ellis Each of the 11 chairpersons heads a committee, with the result being that more than 200 students work for the Activities Board. Ellis said he saw the main function of his job as keeping good rapport with each of his board members. "My primary responsibility is initiating the kind of work environment and rela tionship between board members that's most productive," he said. After his initial contact with the Union his freshman year, Ellis served as chair person of the Union's Human Relations Committee his sophomore year. Last February, Ellis was appointed chairman by the Union Board of Directors. Al though he could apply for the presidency CoZicfrrlflr? life. DURHAM COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. THERE'S MORE IN MILTON'S IS RUNNING WITH BUYS OUT OF THIS WORLD! Double breasted chalk stripe suits, wool blend, by Steven Phillips, Reg. $235. .$119.90 V-neck lambswool sweaters by neil norman- full fashioned. Reg. $45 ............... . . . .... $22.90 Worsted wool flannel pants by College Hall, Reg. $65 ... . : v. . : : ...... : . : r. $32.90 Corduroy jackets by College Hall, fully lined, Reg. $95 $49.90 FOR INTERVIEWS, ADDING TO WARDROBE, GIFT GIVING MILTON'S IS READY WITH EXPERT HELP AND THE BEST PRICES AVAILABLE FOR QUALITY CLOTHES. Phone: 968-4408 Hours: J 63 E. Franklin StDowntown Chapel FREE VALIDATED Classified Info Return ad and check or money order to. the DTH office by noon the business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 5t for each additional word $1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad run. announcements EXECUTIVE SALES OPPORTUNITY WITH major national corporation. For more information watch Village Cable, Channel 9, on November 3, 4. 6, 10, 13 at 7 pm or November 8 and 15 at 10 pm. FOOTFALLS ROAD RACE. . . Footfalls Roadracc . . . Footfalls Roadracc. . 2:00 Sunday. Nov. 8th Campus Y $5. CO fe Includes T-shirt. SKIOLS1 Sign-tips now being taken for annual SUGARSUSH VT TTUP. Jan 2-7, 1982. Luxury s lopes ide units, 5 day lift ticket and activities for $179.00! AD are invited to find more about the trip at the Ski Club meetings held weekly on Monday nights (9 pm in 101 Greenlaw). Deposits needed of $40.00 to reserve a spate. Questions? Call Kyle 967-3377. Andy 929-5840 or Michelle 967-1017. LIMITED SPACE. APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR Janitors to clean on evening shift. For Information, contact Professional Cleaning Service, P.O. Box 1363, Chapel HUL 942-3710. MAYA ANGELOU RECEPTION APPLICATIONS DEADLINE EXTENDED, now due Thursday, Nov. 5 at 12:00 p.m. Pick up at Union desk. lost Cc found LOST: ROPE CHAIN BRACELET with diamonds and sapphires in the vicinity of Franklin Street or Kenan Stadium Saturday. 1024. Reward. (704) 327-0962. FOUND: MEDIUM SIZED BLACK shaggy dog. CaU Tim 933-4042. LOST SMALL GOLD RING of great sentimental value, if found call 933-7326. Reward offered. FOUND BLACK LAB PUPPY on campus 11181. If lost call UNC-PD at 962-8100 and leave your name and phone number. : those who could not afford to, but $12,8 million was cut from Medicaid hospital appropriations this year. Broom said the taxpayer ultimately paid for the treat-. . ment of those patients who did not pay their bills. "Memorial Hospital operates on a pay-for-service basis," he said. "We expect everyone who receives serr vices to pay, or at least have some kind of insurance coverage." Walter Parris, director of UNC fiscal services, said specific figures for Memorial Hospital would not be available for two weeks. The cuts will not take effect un til Dec. 1, he added. Parris said one program definitely would be eliminated, the Title XX program, which provides indigents funds From page 1 again, Ellis said he was leaning toward di recting his energy into different areas. '. "By the end of this year I'll know where I need to grow most, and I'll use that infor mation to see where I'll want to go from there." After graduation, 'Ellis,' a philosophy major, said he wanted to travel to Europe and Africa, do some writing and then possibly attend graduate school. Regard less of what he does, Ellis said personal' growth, both his own and others', was a main objective. "We try to make sure each person in volved with the Union can realize their own potential in their personal develop ment," he said. "And it's part of our job to get them there." YOUR ON CAMPUS OUT OF SPACE- Mon - Sat 10-6:30: Sun 1-4 HiIl;Also Charlotte and Greensboro PARKING FOUND: TWO GOLD CHAINS with attached charms in Woollen gym women's locker rooms Monday night, Nov. 2nd. Call Marilyn to identify (962-2175). LOST GOLD WATCH AT Woollen Gym 1027. If found call 933-8928. Reward. LOST: BLACK AND WHITE Siberian Husky, 14 months old. Blue eyes, blue collar. Lost near Mallette Street. If found call 929-2004. Reward! help wanted OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round. Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AH fields. $500-$ 1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. NEED ' HOLIDAY CASH? EARN $50-S75 in EPA breathing experiments on the UNC-CH Campus. We need healthy males, 18-40, non smokers for at least a year. For more information please call 966-1253, 8-5 Mon.-Fri. WANTED: PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANTS for physically disabled students at Camp Easter-in-the-Pines. Live-in position, room, board and insurance provided. Call Ron Graham between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm at 692-8655. PART-TIME PERSON FOR retail auto parts store. Experience preferred. Call for appointment. 929-0256. THE GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL Student Federation seeks interested graduate students for the position of GPSF Treasurer. Call 962-5675 or come by Suhe D of Carolina Union. NEEDED: PERSON TO WRITE user-oriented computer documentation, in a . fluent and understandable style. Prefer graduate student with . NO technical background. Knowledge of word processing helpful but not necessary. Salary negotiable. CaD Bill at 962-2406 daytime. f for sale REBUILT VW ENGINE. CALL collect 1-483-4624. One week's service-ninety day warranty. GRANVILLE WEST CONTRACT AVAILABLE for spring. Spring Semester, pool, meals, great atmos phere and location. Call 933-2641 or come by 1729. Keep trying! GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT available im mediately. Air conditioning, carpet, meal ser vice, maid service. pooL Even free refrigera tor rentaL Please caU 9332407 anytime. Smile, it's a The Carolina Union Human Relations Committee has a solution for the late semester blues. Today it is sponsoring Smile Day to brighten the day for Caro lina students depressed by an overload of midterms and papers. - Free balloons, buttons and Cokes will be given out in the Pit from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. And a pep rally for Saturday's foot New wave concert set for tonight Dress to depress tonight if your plans include an evening of new wave music. The Carolina Union Social Commit tee is sponsoring a free concert featuring new wave music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in Great Hall. The Dead Baggers, based in Chapel ' Hill, will perform. The nucleus of the band has been together for about a year, but many changes and additions have Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs - A representative of the institute of Policy Sciences will be on campus Tuesday, November 10, 1981, to discuss the Duke master's program in Public Policy studies, interested students may obtain further information by contacting University Placement services. t Everyday Low Price On j Soft Contact Lenses j 69.95 Includes Professional Fitting , j f:-.Andftsllow UpVjsits . . j Does not include eye examination or sterilization kit. 20 OFF ALL RAY-BAY SUNGLASSES (with this ad) - Michael Costabile, Licensed Optician 235A Elliott Rd. 968-4776 We would be happy to arrange an eye examination for you. Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065 A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT FOR sale. Pool meals, good location. Available immediately. Call 933-1816. CRAIGE ROOM CONTRACT FOR sale. Available Spring Semester for male grad professional student Quiet and inexpensive housing. Call Dennis at 933-6308 between 8 and 11 pm. GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT AVAILABLE for Spring Semester. Meals, great atmosphere and location. Call 933-1761. Will be there only on week days. services PRE-SEASON SAVINGS - 10 off any framing order brought in before November 15. The Framers Corner custom framing, by appointment. 942-8425. HOUSESrmNG: BY TWQ MALE Purdue engi neering students living in the area while on work assignment at IBM summer 1982. Call 493-2791 (Durham.) References. FREE TRANSPORTATION to Reno-Lake Tahoe! Drive our car there by Nov. -30, 1981. We will provide gas. 929-7098. ' , in BARTENDING, CATERING SERVICES OFFERED for receptions, meetings and private parties. Plan your holiday parties now and leave the rest to us. Call Durham 477-6722 Marverte. FLY TO FLORIDA FOR Thanksgiving break or Atlanta any weekend. Pilot desires passengers to share reasonable expenses. Call Ken at 929-9489. wanted HELP! I DESPERATELY NEED 2 tickets to the Clemson game. Call 732-6828 after 6 pm. for rent PARKING SPACES FOR RENT in NCNB Plaza parking : deck; Easy walking distance to campus and downtown area. For more infor mation call Gerald Lehman, 967-2384. GLEN LENNOX APARTMENT AVAILABLE Nov. 11. 2 bdr.; $259month. Rent includes heat, water, hot water. Call 967-9429 evenings. 25 Maxwell Rd. GUARANTEED PARKING SPACE 600 YDS from Graduate Library. No more wasted time or gas. Call 942-5862 $8 per month behind private home. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one bedroom apartment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air, pool. Adults only. On busline 404 Jones-Ferry Rd.- Call GREENBELT APTS. 929-3821 for appointment 10 AM -6 PM. for transportation, meals and lodging. The cut in Title XX funds was about $60,000, he said. "That is not that much compared to our entire opera ting budget, but the loss of this program will hit us hard," he said. "This program was used frequently to aid those on dialysis machines. We had three vans to transport these patients, and those will be eliminated." Broom emphasized, however, that services to. patients would not be reduced at NCMH. "Being a state hos pital, we are" obligated to take care of all North Caro linians, regardless of their ability to pay," he said. The hospital will exhaust all possible sources before turning to the government, he said, adding, "We do not turn people away because they are not able to pay." special day! ball game will be held from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m., also in the Pit. The Human Relations Committee works to heighten awareness among students through various special pro grams, and with Smile Day, it is offering students the chance to take a break from everyday stresses and enjoy a plea sant afternoon in the Pit smiling. been made over the past few months. The band features two female vocal ists, Schell Ponder and Leslie Land. Danny Coleman, Oiff Carmichael, Jack Campbell and Greg Lavoie' supply the music. Their music, according to Camp bell, is a combination of new wave and heavy metal, with a strong sense of humor. - Admission free with a UNC student ID. h i HINDU U PTIGIANS -urn cuupari- -i iliiliiliiiil ' Contplds Pair Cf . J Prescription Eyewsre , I Expires Nov. S3, 1S3t Expires Nov. 301931 SUBLET-ONE BEDROOM APT. for Spring Semester. Close to campus. $150. Call 942-4056. rides HEADED TO MIDWEST FOR Christmas? I am and have room for one rider. Share expenses and driving. Final destination is Missouri. Interested? Please call 489-0257. RIDE NEEDED TO NORFOLK, Va. area on weekend of Nov. 6th. Will share expenses. Call 968-1239. I NEED, A RIDE to Winston-Salem Nov. 6. I will help pay for gas. Please help, me! Call Melody 933-3302. Will discuss departure time. roommates WEIL SUPPLY ALL YOUR furniture if you move into our two bedroom Estes Park Apartment now or this spring. Well do all cooking too. Only $99 a month. On bus route. Phone Graham at 929-9709. 21. EASY GOING MALE needs 1 non-smoking male to share 1 bedroom apt. 2 miles from UNC $117 monthly. Prefer active person. CaH 968-1028. MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Private room, washerdryer, Bas. off Airport Rd. $150 lh util. CaD 942-3904. FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR SECOND SEMESTER to share Royal Park Apt. Vs rent and utilities. Must leave halo at home! Call 942-6497. personals LEWIS DORM. THANKS SO much for the' nomination for Olde Campus Homecoming Rep. You guys are real sweethearts. Please remember to support our Olde Campus Rep., Amy Allmendinger, for Homecoming Queen. Thanks. Cathy. CRAIGE, EHRINGHAUS, MORRISON AND Kinton-James: Let's vote for the very best: LINDY APPEN for Homecoming Queen. RAPE VICTIMS SUPPORT GROUP now forming. CaU Rape Crisis Center office for information. 968-4646. Vote for Donna Bishop for Homecoming Queen. (Sponsored by Craige Residence Col lege.) YOUR UPS MADE QUITE AN IMPRESSION. But I didn't catch your name. Glad to help you win your bet; help me win mine. Gas Mask. VOTE FOR ANNA MARIA SIEGA-RIZ for Home coming. Sponsored by Morehead Confederation. D I t I "' Launch delayed at last minute CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) A clogged filter, never refurbished after Columbia's maiden mission last spring, shattered a near-flawless countdown for Launch II on Wednesday, grounding the shuttle for about a week. ' The decision to scrub came with liftoff 31 seconds away. The astronauts' coordinator said the delay might be long enough that Joe Engle and Richard Truly would return to their home base in Houston. L. Michael Weeks, a shuttle program officer, said it might be a few days be fore NASA experts could even examine the problem adequately to set a new launch date. Primed and eager to make their first tour of space, Engle and Truly spent nearly five hours in the shuttle's cockpit, strapped knees-up in their flight couches. Upon leaving the ship, they managed a wry smile. More ships appear off Sweden STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) The Kremlin deployed more warships and tried diplomatic arm-twisting Wednesday to get Sweden to release a hostage Soviet submarine with a high-ranking officer aboard. But neutral Sweden dug in its heels and told its ambassadors to boycott Soviet national day celebrations. A Swedish rear admiral identified the Soviet officer only by his last name, and other Swedish officers said he was a commander of either a Soviet sub marine flotilla or squadron. Late TAiesday in Moscow, Soviet Vice Foreign Minister Igor Semskov sum moned Carl de Geer, Sweden's ambassador to Moscow, and voiced dissatis faction with the Swedish handling of the eight-day-old sub incident, a Swedish Foreign Ministrv sDokesman said. I DOWN m WARM. . for men & women ROLINA Outdoor Sports Raleigh: Lake Boone Shopping Center Chapel Hill: 135 E. Franklin Street UTS V MANUSCRIPT MISERIES MITIGATED! .AH ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be receiyed by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. - STOW RESIDENTS: Be sura to vote today., LINDY APPEN for Homecoming Queen! SUGAR LIPS: SURPRISE! A very special Happy Birthday to a very special person. And you. thought you wouldn't get anything eke! S.M. BRENT E.: The FUN PATROL is watching you but Thank me! OK? Here's your own personal. FREE KEG WILL BE GIVEN BY OBT to the best banner at the Homecoming Game. AH entries mast be in good taste. Contact Perry Morrison at 933-6031 for important info. TAKAHASHI FOR HOMECOMING QUEEN. Leslie for Homecoming Queen. ' Leslie Takahashi Homecoming Queen. Leslie Takahashi for Queen. Leslie Takahashi for Homecoming .neeuQ gnimocemoH rof ihsahakaT eilseL SERIOUSLY FOLKS. LETS GO' APE at Saturday's game. A crowd can have a big impact. Bring T.P., wear blue, etc. Let's show Clemson who the ACCS BEST FANS REALLY ARB GO HEELS! OLDE CAMPUS Don't forget to go vote for LINDY APPEN for Homecoming Queen. GRIMES DORM. THANKS SO much for nominating me as your Okie Campus Homecoming Rep. Fm very honored. Please remember to vote for Amy Allmendinger Homecoming Queen. Thanks, Myra. TODAY, LETS ELECT SOMEONE UNC can be proud of. Vote for personality, service and scholarship. Vote today for LINDY APPEN, Homecoming Queen. UP DOWN SPIPfEM AROUND. lefs go Carolina Divers! Aquatic action at Peruv State Invitational. Go Barry, John, Janice, Juiie and Sue get psyched! . Go Heels! RUNNER IN THE NAVY sweats: Do you akvays run around 2:00? If so, meet me at the Campus Y, 2:00 Sun. for Footfals Roadrace. SENIORS: VOTE FOR OUR classmate Homecoming Queen. Vote lor LINDY APPEN. for SUNDAES! THE KAPPA KAPPA Gamma pledges want you to try one of their terrific concoctions on Nov. 8, from 4:00-6:00. Tickets will be on sale today from 10:00-3:00 in the Pit, or may be purchased from a pledge before Friday. CEIL 1 LOVEY YOU JBH GOT A GRIPE? CALL CHUCK JAMES DTH OMBUDSMAN 962-0245 j COPIES (no minimum) Bindings While-U-Wait COLUMBIA& FRANKLIN O 933-2679 SEVEN DAYS A WEEK SUSAN T. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! May you rejoice in the glory of OLD AGE! Here's to friendship, musk, and wild and kinky (ahem) times. You're MY wife THIS weekend. Lust, Morris. BABYDOLL KIDNAPPED!! Franklin Street. Halloween. Hand-made, bald-headed ragdoU of GREAT personal value. Heart-broken owner lonely and willing to pay ransom. PLEASE caU Bets! at 96S-0282 or 968-0288. i SRC: SUPPORT LINDY APPEN for Homecoming Queen. Vote Today. DREW L. AND BILL Mc: YouH find out who I really am tonight at dinner. Do you have any ideas yet? Your new little sister. BAKER, I wish to "convey" to you that you are the one of "whom" I am thinking on your birthday! Forever, G. CONNIE BENGEL AND SONJA Upchurch: Thanks for the many, many hours you've pent under the porch at Carmicael waiting for tickets for this game and all the others. We love yal By the way, you WILL be there. AMY ALLMENDINGER: Please vote for her today for 1981 Homecoming Queen! Bring your Student I.D. to the Union, Scuttlebutt, Y-Court, or Chase and vote.. Good luck Amy! POOKIE: What a lady! Hope we can meet your needs as you have so Joyfully meet ours. Blessed be the Lord and your week. . HENDERSON RESIDENCE COLLEGE: BE sure to go out and vote for LINDY APPEN today. MOREHEAD CONFEDERATION: TJus year lefs vote for a fine Tar Heel. Vote for LINDY APPEN for Homecoming Queen. Vote CHRYS CRAWFORD Homecoming Queen. A beautiful and witty young woman that all UNC students can support and be proud of member of Kappa Delta Sorority and Sweet Carolines. Vote for Chris Crawford Today! Sponsored by Delta Upsilon fraternity. GRANVILLE RESIDENTS: LETS SUPPORT an outstanding Carolina woman for Homecoming Queen; lefs vote for LINDY APPEN. ' HEY MUNCHKIN! You're awful short to be twenty! ' Lefs blow it out tonight at Purdy'i (as usual). Don't forget to wear your 49t serving tray ring (from the ghetto). I bet you think you're going to get a birthday cake, don't you? Think again! Love, Your Toga Twins Darlene and Christie (as if you didn't know, you idiot child). Vote Today! CINDY BlTOWN for Homecoming Queen Sponsored by Your Student Government. GMT v 4V2t

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