North Carolina Newspapers

    Published Each Thursday Since January 18,1973
CAROLINA
Indian ^oice
" Promoting Communications Between Indians and Nations "
Pembroke, NC
Robeson County
■o!ume21 Number 46
Thursday, November 17, 1994
25c Per Copy
REMC's New Board Members Sworn in by
resident of the Board of Directors
Se>v members of Lumbee River Electric Membership Corporation's Board of Directors, Ambrose Locklear, Jr.
of Lumberton (center) and Proctor Locklear, Jr. of Parton (right) are administered the oath of office by Board
President Lacy Cummings. The directors, who were elected at the co-op's Annual Meeting of Members on October
■e sivorn in at the monthly LREMC Board of Directors meeting, November 8.
Ear lie B. May nor, Former
Pembroke Mayor, Dies at 81
m
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Earlie B. Maynor. the former
wyor of Pembroke and the first
«cuiivc director of the North
^foliiia Commission of Indian
flairs, died Saturday of natural
auses. He was 81 years old.
Maynor resided on West 5th
'set in Pembroke, HE was a 1947
faduatc of Pembroke State Col-
■S^tor Indians., HE was a teacher
“'returning World War II veler-
is lor three years, then spent 17
^rs leaching in the North Caro-
ja Public Schools.
Hebecame executive director of
j^orth Carolina Commission of
JJian Affairs in 1971, and served
Jugh 1975.
Maynor was Mayor of Pembroke
1%5 until 1973. HE was a
,3^ Army medic during World
Maynor taught
) School at Mount Olive
Pentecostal Holiness Church,
w'herc he had a perfect attendance
record for 31 years,
Maynor received the Mary Jane
Kristler Award from the North
Carolina Association for Commu
nity Education as an outstanding
school \'olunteer and the Senior
Citizen Volunteer Award from
Gov. Jim Hunt.
The funeral was held at 3 p.ni.
Tuesday in Mount Olive Pentecos-
tci Holiness Church. Rev. Timo
thy Creel officiated. Burial fol
lowed in Lumbee Memorial Gar
dens. , -r
Maynor is survived by his w'lle.
Mamie C. Mavnor of the home,
three sons. David Maynor of Pem
broke. andPaul Maynor. andThara
Maynor. both of Raleigh, a daugh-
ter.'Wanda Roberts of Hope Mills;
a sister, Alvertie Jacobs of Pem
broke; and two grandchildren.
hristmas Bazaar Planned
andv Plains is located o"
mas Bazaar ‘^*'^*^L^^reforThe'^UMY, Panthia
iaZpZ £oc£(910)521-3160forWo.
lour. Sandy
Pembroke, NC
The N.C. Indian
Housing Authority
Receives Funding
The North Carolina State In
dian Housing Authority has re
ceived funding for a comprehen
sive grant program in the amount
of $2()2.9()(). dollars for upgrading
units in Cumberland. Hoke and
Robeson Counties. The Authority
currently owns 254 units whicii
are located in the counties of
Cumberland. Halifax, Hoke.
Robeson and Sampson.
The Indian Housing Authority
has received funding for a drug
elimination program in the amount
of $76,000. The drug elimination
grant is the scco d of its kind the
Authority has successfully com
peted for. The 93-94 grant will be
completed in late December of this
year. The new grant willa How the
Authority to extend the program
into Hoke and Robeson County as
well as continue the program in
Cumberland County.
Class Reunion
To Be Held
A reunion for all students who
attended Magnolia High School
during the years of 1949 to 1960
will be held at the Old Foundiy
Restaurant Friday. December 23.
1994. 7:30 p.m. The cost per per
son will be $12.00 If you arc inter
ested in attending please contact
one of the following committee
members prior to December 16.
1994
Buddy Bell (910)5214622, James
Ray Bartley (910) 739-8546. Stacy
Locklear (910) 521-9250. Betty
Locklear Allison (910) 739-0053
Ancic Sampson McDowell (910)
424-1907 Alease Emanuel Blanks
/910) 739-9968. Carrie Revels
Chavis(910) 739-4487. Lawrence
Locklear (910) 739-1167,
Shown above are some of the more than 4,000people who attended
a factory Rally for Glenn Maynor on Saturday, November 5, 1994
at Magnolia School. Special guest speaker was the Honorable
James B. Hunt, Jr. Governor of the State of North Carolina. (Photo
by Ret. Tech. Sgt. William P. Revels)
Open House Scheduled For
Hospice of Robeson
"The hospice caregiving team
cares for the whole person — men
tal. spiritual, emotional, and physi
cal." said Miriam Edwards, direc
tor of Hospice of Robeson. "Our
program is one that is primarily
based in the home and treats the
person, not the disease; focuses on
the family, not the indi\ idual; and
emphasizes the quality of live, not
the duration."
Hospice of Robeson along with
hospices across the counttv’ joins
Congress and President Bill
Clinton this November in celebrat
ing "Hospice...when caring mat
ters most." the theme for this year's
National Hospice Month.
Established in 1986 by Southeast
ern Regional Medical Center. Hos
pice of Robeson is the only pro
vider of hospice care in the county.
During the past two years. Hospice
has e.xperienceda large increase in
admissions, according to Edwards.
Much of this is due to the in
creased awareness in the commu
nity about the availability of hos
pice care locally and the range of
seix’ices provided here. "Our hos
pice stair is available 24 hours
each day. 7 da>'s a week to do
presentations for groups or indi
viduals." Edwards added.
What matters most to terminally
ill patients and their families? The
answer most often given is the type
of care they receive. AecoTd’.r.g Vo
a 1993 study conducted by Louis
Harrisand Associates. Inc.. Ameri
cans prefer the type of in-home
care most associated with hospice
care by an ovenvhelming 79 per-
ccnt-14 percent margin. Accord
ing to a recent Gallup Poll, nine
out of ten Americans sav they would
prefer to be cared for in the famil
iarity and comfort of their own
home or a family member's home
if they were diagnosed with a ter
minal illness.
In observance of National Hos
pice Month. Hospice of Robeson
has scheduled an open house on
Monday. November21 at 7:30 p.m.
at 2002 N. Cedar St- In Lumberton,
Hospice staffers welcome the pub
lic to visit the agency headquarters
at that time and learn more about
hospice care.
"At our open house wc plan to
have our volunteers speak as well
as family members of former pa
tients." said Anne Grain, coordi
nator of volunteer services. "Wc
invite those attending to also stav
for refreshmentsand meet our staff
members."
For more information about Hos
pice services or to schedule a pre
sentation for your group or club,
call 738-19().5‘.
Bobby Dean Locklear, Chairman of the Robeson County Commis
sioners, signed aprodamation declaring November asHospice Month
in Robeson County as Hospice Director Mirian Edwards looks on.
Lumbee Tribal
Offices Open
The Chairman of the
Lumbee Clicraw Tribe. Dr Dalton
Brooks, announces the opening
of the tribal oITiccs The office is
located in Room 227 of the Old
Main Building on the Pembroke
State Universitv campus. The of
fice will be manned bv volunteers,
with assistance from the Lumbee
Council of Elders The phone
number for the tribal offices is
(9l())521-.3il2,
The Elders Council Is also
being organized at the tribal of
fice. Interested persons arc urged
to call the above number. Anyone
wishing to assist the tribe in a \ cry
salisfv ing way is urged to become
a part of the Council of Elders
The Council of Elders is distinct
and separate from the Tribal
Council The focus of the Eiders
Council IS programs for children
and the elderly
For further information call
Wild Turkcv at the abov c luimbcr
or at 521-.’d)()2.
Temporary office hours for
the tribal office arc Monday-Fri
day. 9 a.m until .> p ut. except
.Wednesday when the office will
be opened from 9 a nt until 12
noon
Indian Heritage
Month Festival Set
Ev ervone is inv ited to tittcnd -
the 4th Annual NATIVE AMERI
CAN WILD GAME Festival to be
held November 18-19. at the North
Carolina Indian Cultural Center
Activities will start at l(>;tK) a m
and continue until 7 00 p m. Tribe
from across ilic Stale will come to
share Indian history and suivival
techniques. The festival w ill feature
authentic American Indian arts N.
crafts, traditional foods and Gospel
singing. Your inv iicd to sample
some of the Wild Game traditional
foods that were an essential part of
the Indian heritage.
For Indian people. Fall was
historically the season for haivest,
and storing food for the w inter. This
included hunting and preparing w ild
game Come and bring the entire
family for food and culcrtainment
Fridav morning Channel 13 will
have •'Breakfast with Fred" live at
6;()() a. m. prior to the festival starl
ing at a m.
Admission is FREE on Friday
for Senior Citizens. $l for Children
under 12. $2 for Adults. Free for
Children five and under Fro more
info, contact Ernie Bulifani. Site
Administrator at (910) 521-24.3 3
Kidney
Foundation
Accepting
Vehicles
Hoiida.y ^ison can be drain on Die
pockclbook. This year give a gift thai won'i •
^sianvihingbutwillhSlpsotalta
H H- C-irolina suffering from
kidnev disease. Donate vour car. truck or
motorcycle 10 the Naiiona! Kidnev Founda
tion and help drive down the rate of kidnev
disease. You willbe helping clean up the
cnvironmcntandmayevcnqualifvroravcar
end lax deduction. To find our about this
comniunity service callihc Naiioiial Kidnev
Foundation at i-800-.'?5N-KFNC And
thanks for caring.
Advertise Your Scouts Have Good
Deed in the Bag
Business In Our SSIESHS
^ returning to your houses locollect the
^ ^ 01 *‘s‘"buicd last week.
M ^ *^^85 (containing non
m 9 9 ^nshablc food items) outside of vour front
^ _ A “OOf on Saturday morning by 9 a m
W /hecoll^iedfoodwillbciakentoRobeson
■ ■* wj ^ Commumtv Center for
» 9 V 9^9^ m 9 distribution to the hungrv in Robeson
County,
    

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