In Weeks To Come Meetings raetord ktwanis - aub meeu trtry Tharaday at 6:30 P.m. at the iUeford Civic Center . The meetings are open to members and guests. COMMISSION MEETING - Members of the Hoke County Commission will hold their regular meeting on Marc* 21 at 7:30 p.a. in the Court House Annex. The public is invited. AMERICAN LEGION .. American Legion Post 20 of Hoke County meets the iccoad T<**d?J of each month at the Edenborough Restaurant at 7:30 p.m. Those interested in joining are invited. DYSLEXIA SOCIETY - Drake D. Duane, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology at Mayo Medical School, Rochester, Minnesota will be the keynote speaker of the Spring Conference of the Carolinas Branch The Orton Dyslexia Society to be held in Charlotte on March II and 19. The conference theme will be "Specific Language Problems of Dyslexic Children and Adults." The meetings will be held at the Holiday Inn Wo.idlawn in Charlotte. Any interested persons are invited to register for the conference. For additional information write to: Emily B. Cameron, P.O. Drawer L, Raeford. 4-H LEADERS ? A county wide leaders meeting will be held March 17 at 7 p.m. at the Lester Building on S. Magnolia Street. A program will be given on planning educational pro grams for 4-H community clubs. For more information call 875-2162. TALENT CONTEST - The 4-H public speaking and talent contest will be held March 22 at 7 p.m. at Turlington School. 4-H'ers will compete and win ners will be selected to repre sent Hoke County at District Activity Day in Lumberton June 28. The public is invited to attend. For more informa tion call 875-2162. MIGRANT EDUCATION CONFERENCE -- The state of North Carolina is happy to host the 14th Annual Eastern Stream Regional Migrant Education Conference in Greensboro, N.C. at the Holi day Inn Four Seasons Conven tion Center. The meeting will begin Sunday evening, March 20 and end Wednesday, March 23. The conference sessions are planned for Administrators, Teachers, Aides, Support Per sonnel and State Parent Ad visory Council Leadership. The Migrant Education Staff of Hoke County will attend this conference. "Hie staff consist of John McAllister, Associate superintendent and director of the Migrant Education Pro gram, Loria White, teacher, George Drawhorne, teacher and Ralene McCall, Re cruiter/Clerk Aide. HORSE CONFERENCE -- Cape Fear Area Horse Con ference, Cumberland County Extension Office, Fayetteville. March 24 at 5 p.m. Doings FREE TAX HELP -- Tax payers interested in free tax help should bring their tax packages, W-2 forms, interest statements, and other pertinent tax documents to the Lumbee Regional Development Association office located in South Hoke thru April IS, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For further in formation contact Brenda Jacobs at 875-5742. DIPLOMA OFFERED - Anyone interested in earning a high school diploma is advised | to contact the Hoke County Extended Day Program at Hoke County High School. The school hours are 3-8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and 3-5 p.m. Fridays. More in formation can be obtained from Dwight F. Jackson, re cruiter/coordinator, or Joe G. Jenkins, academic coordinator. A limited number of jobs are available, the announcement from the program office says. LITTLE THEATRE - Gala premiere of play about General Lafayette. Fayetteville Little Theatre. Admission by season ticket or at the door. For reser vations call 323-4233. Shows continue Wednesday-Sunday through April 24. Begins April 8 at 8 p.m. DINNER THEATRE - Wednesday-Saturday perfor mances of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" at Bordeaux Dinner Theatre, Bordeaux Motor Inn. Tickets include dinner and show. $16.50 Friday and Saturday; S14.50 Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, Discounts for group*, senior citizens and students. For reservation! call 4?4-llI4. April I thra April 23. Fayetteville. MUSEUM DAY APRIL EX CURSION - The Fayetteville Museum of Art ii sponsoring an exclusive preview trip to the new North Carolina Museum of Art before the official open ing date. The April 13 tour in cludes an official welcome, a tour of the newly installed col lections and a tour "behind the scenes" of the conservation, preparation, and mechanical areas, leaving from Fayetteville at 7:30 a.m. arriving at the new museum at 9:00 a.m., and departing at 1:00 p.m. The fee for the preview tour and lunch, including transportation by bus leaving from, and returning to, the Fayetteville Museum of Art, is S21 for members and $25 for non-members. To reserve your place, call the Fayetteville Museum of Art at 485-3121. DOGWOOD PARADE ?? April 14*16. Fayetteville. Dogwood Festival Parade. (1 .9 miles from Westwood Shopp ing Center to North Churchill Drive). Floats, bands and mar ching units parade past neighborhoods where dog woods abound. For informa tion contact Don Wooster, or Janet Owens at 323-0020. April 6 at 10 a.m. K&SgffineKg SPECIAL PLANETARIUM SHOW - st Fayetteville State University. Admission is $2.00 for adults, and SI. 00 for students. For reservations call 486-1681. Jan Dobrowski is Planetarium Director. April 17 at 3 p.m. JAZZ CONCERT -- Concert by jazz pianist Ruby Tyson. Fayetteviile Museum of Art Concerted Efforts Series. Tyson is visiting artist at Bladen Technical College. For reservations call 485-S 12 1 . Jacki Zwan. April 17 at 5 p.m. GODSPELL ? A musical play about the gospel according to St. Matthew, will begin at 8: IS p.m., Marck 10 at the Fort Bragg playhouse. The final per formance of the play will be on March 20. For more informa tion and reservations, call 396-7555. MISS FAYETTEV ILLE PAGEANT -- Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium. Winner to reign as Dogwood Festival Queen. Sponsored by Cumberland County Scholar ship Pageant Association, Kathryn Zollars, Director (488-2120). Admission charg ed. April 16 at 7:30 p.m. \ A RAISIN IN THE SUN - The young adult choir of the Silver Grove Baptist Church in Raeford will pre sent the play Sunday at 5 p.m. at the church. Here, Irene Dockery (left) plays Ruth and Jack Galberth plays Walter Lee. SPRING CHORAL - Spring choral concert at Methodist College, Reeves Auditorium. Methodist Singers, Handbell Choir and combined chorus of Singers and alumni chorus members, directed by Alan Porter. Free admission, call 488-7110. April 10 at 3 p.m. PARADE -? Bicentennial parade downtown Fayetteville featuring Count Rene de Chambrun (Lafayette's great great grandson from Parris) and his wife riding in the same carriage Lafayette rode when he visited the City in 1825. April 9 at 10 a.m. Fayetteville. AUTO SHOW -? Antique Auto Show. (Place to be announced). Arranged by Lafayette Region Model A Restorers' Club and the East Carolina Chapter of Antique Auto Clubs of America. Spon sored by the New Fayetteville Speedway. Registration fee for cars from 1958 and earlier. Show free to public. For infor mation call Les Holden at 492-7177. April 16 11 a.m. -4 p.m. Fayetteville. CHIMNEY ROCK, -- Chimney Rock Part opens for its 1983 Season on March 12, and will be open daily through November 26, weather permit ting. One of the most breathtaking vistas in the Blue Ridge Mountains is the 75-mile view from the soaring pinnacle of Chimney Rock, 25 miles southeast of Astieville on US 64 Sl 74. Picnic tables, barbeque grills and a children's playground can be found nestl ed in the mountain forest along the three-mile drive to the park ing lot below the giant observa tion monolith. Chimney Rock. For a colorful brochure on all the attractions of Chimney Rock, write: Chimney Rock Park, Chimney Rock, N.C. 28720. DOGWOOD TRAIL - Self guiding auto tour trailing some 20 miles through residential areas where dogwoods are plentiful. Trail starts at the Fayetteville Area Chamber of Commerce Office, 519 Ramsey Street. Brochures with maps will be available there. Other locations to pick up brochures will be libraries, motels and Ci ty Hall. Sponsored by Fayet teville Beautiful Inc., Garden Club Council of Fayetteville. Exchange Club of Greater Fayetteville, Fayetteville Kiwanis Club and the City Parks and Recreation Depart ment. For information call Julia Reeves at 483-1762, ext. 306. The public is cordially in vited to view the private gardens of Mr. and Mrs. Ike O'Hanlon, 3605 Morganton Rd.. on Sunday, April 17 from 12:00 noon until 7:00 p.m. April 16-24. REUNION PLANNED - All 1974 graduates interested in organizing the Class Reunion, please write to Mrs. Kristi Frahm Posey, 412 Central Ave. Raeford, 28376. QUILT EXHIBIT Cumberland County Quilts (antique and current) and Jugtown Pottery Exhibit at Fayetteville Museum of Art. Quilts selected from Tar Heel Quitter's Guild and pottery is from local and out-of-town collections. Exhibit opens March 27 and runs through April 24. Hours 1-5 p.m. Satur day and Sunday; 9-5 Tuesday Friday. Free. For information call Jacki Zwan at 485-5121. April 16-24. N.C. EXECUTIVE MAN SION TOURS -- Spring public tours for visitors to the N.C. Executive Mansion in Raleigh resume Tuesday, March I and continue through Friday, May 27. The schedule is Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m., 2 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Admission is free but reservations are necessary. Call (919) 733-3456, or write: Capital Area Visitors Center, Department of Cultural Resources, 109 E. Jones St., Raleigh, 27611. Events BINGO -- The Raeford Woman's Club is sponsoring four nights of Bingo at the Raeford Civbic Center on March 19 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS -- The Magic of Japanese Woodblock Prints, an exhibit illustrating the evolution of Japanese print - making from the 17th century to the 19th century will open at the Fayetteville Museum of An thru March 20. For further in formation call 485-5121. HOMES TOl'R - A house and garden tour sponsored by the Southern Pines Garden Club will be held Wednesday. April 13, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ad mission is S6 and the proceeds will be used for town beautification projects. Tickets on sale at the Campbell House or the houses on the tour in Southern Pines. VIDEO TOURNAMENT -- The Raeford Juniorettes will sponsor a video game tourna ment on March 18 at 5:00 p.m. for ages 7 and under and 13-17. On March 19 at 1:00 p.m. ages 8-12 and 18 and up will com pete. There will be a thre? dollar entry fee per person. Games included are Defender and Ms. Pacman. To enter, sign up at the Grocery Mart Prizes will be awarded. ARTS-IN-PARK SHOW -- The Scotland County Arts Council will hold the 1983 Arts-in-the-Park Art Show on Sunday. April 17, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Hammond Park, Azure Court in Laurinburg. Paintings in oil, acrylic or mix ed media will be on display, along with watercolors, graphics, sculpture, pottery and photography. For further information call 276-6246. OPEN HOUSE - Pope Air Force Base and Fort Bragg will cosponsor for the fourth con secutive time an Open House on Saturday, April 23, on the Pope flightline. The day's ac tivities will showcase some of the finest combat techniques and aerial artistry seen anywhere. Highlighting the Open House will be an air show featuring the world-famous "Golden Knights" skydiving team, Military Airlift Com mand's C-130 "Hercules" air craft and the Army's new "Blackhawk" helicopter. Air craft and equipment, including the Air Force's C-5 "Galaxy" (the world's largest aircraft) and the Army's new M-l tank will be on display. TOUR OF HOMES - The 20th annual St. Luke's Tour of Homes on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina will be held Saturday and Sunday, April 9 and 10. These are all contem porary homes, showing a wide variety of architecture which ranges from the large and for mal to the casual. It is also a review of Low Country in teriors, life styles, landscaping and locations. The Tour will be from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Saturday with seven homes on view, and from I p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday with six additional homes shown. Tickets will be SI 2.00 for Saturday and $10.00 for Sun day's Tour. On Sunday a com plimentary tea will be served from 4-6 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, and coffee will be on hand beginning at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Ticket in formation may be had by writing "Tour of Homes," P.O. Box 5101. Hilton Headisland, South Carolina, 29938. CRAFT EXHIBIT -- A Queen Anne style card table sits near a sleek racing shell while a hand woven basket shares a wall with an exquisite all-silk pink wall hanging. These and 150 more items are part of the first bien nial juried exhibition of North Carolina crafts that opens March 18 and continues through June at the N.C. Museum of History in downtown Raleigh. Pottery, stained glass, wood, tile, tex tiles, leather and more will be shown from the more than 1 ,400 items entered in the com petition sponsored by the N.C. Museum of History Associates. Inc., the museum's state-wide private ;uPP<>tt gioup. HORN AUDITIONS -- "Horn In The West", the outdoor drama located in Boone, will hold auditions for their 1983 season on Saturday, March 19 at Watauga High School in Boone. Performers and techni cians seeking summer employ ment should arrive between 8:30 and 9 a.m. at the high school, which is located on NC 105 just south of Boone? For more information on local auditions or on "Horn In The West," write to P.O. Box 295, Boone, N.C. 28607 or call (704) 264-2120. CIRCUS HERE ? The big top will unfold on April 1 here, when the Franzen Bros. Circus performs two shows at Armory Park on Business 401 at 6 and 8 p.m. Gatherings & INSTALLATION SERVICES -- The Rev. R.L. Davis will be installed as pastor of Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church of Raeford on -Sunday, March 20 at 4 p.m. Rev. John D. Fuller, Sr., pastor of Lewis Chapel Baptist Church, Fayet teville, N.C. will deliver the in stallation sermon. The public is invited to attend. A RAISIN IN THE SUN - The Young Adult Choir of the Silver Grove Baptist Church of Raeford, will present a pro gram on March 20 at 5 p.m. Appearing on this program will be the Happyland Juniors of Raeford. This program was brought back by popular de mand. The play is entitled "A Raisin ki The Sun." If you miss it, you will surely miss a treat. The public is invited to attend. PLATE AND YARD SALES - At New Pilgrim Holiness Church March 19 at 9 a.m. un til. Located on Jones Hill in Raeford. Chicken plate, fish plate, Bar-B-Que and Hot dogs. C*H Th* News-Journal or bring calendar Itemn to the office before noon on Tuesday. Jury Pay Just $8 Per Day If you are summoned to serve on a jury, you may well lose any com pensation which you would or dinarily receive from your employ ment if you could work that day. North Carolina, however, pro vides that you will be paid $8 per day for the time you sit as a juror and $30 per day for each day you serve in excess of five days in a 24 month period. Unfortunately, $8 per day will perhaps not go very far in compen sating you for your time. Even if you work the usual eight-hour day and receive minimum wage, you would be losing money if you serv ed on a jury and did not go to work. A defense attorney in a murder case several years ago made a pretrial motion that would have allowed the jurors much more I Law For Laypersons money than they would ordinarily receive under the North Carolina General Statutes. In the case of State v. Setzer, reported in Volume 42 of the North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports at page 98, the defense at torney asked that the jurors be paid their weekly wages and, in ad dition, that funds be provided for care of their dependents. He cited no authority for his request, but he argued that without such payments qualified jurors with financial dif ficulties would ask to be excused from jury duty. He added that even if jurors with financial dif ficulties agreed to serve anyway, they would be distracted from the trial by their "instinctive concerns about their own survival." The trial court denied the defense attorney's motion, and it was appealed to the North Carolina Court of Appeals. The judge who wrote the opi nion for the court called the argu ment ingenious, but refused to go along with it. He cited North Carolina General Statutes section 7A-312 which clearly provides that a juror "shall receive $8 per day." Since the legislature had spoken on compensation for jurors, the judge felt that the court was bound by that provision and could do nothing further in paying the jury. In addition, the judge noted that the jury duty is not a form of employment, but a responsibility owed by a citizen to the state. Grrrreat March Savings! SAVE 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SALE 30 ? 80% OFF - 1 BIG DAY SOME MERCHANDISE: >150,000" MUST BE SOLD selling out! ? TO THE BARE WALLS ? To Make Room For All Our New Furniture Coming In HERE'S PROOF ? 8 PC. DININGROOM SET ? OVAL TABLE ? 6 SIDE CHAIRS ? CHINA CABINET *398 SAVE up to 50% OFF ASSORTED COLORS AND SIZES Laid* Owantitiaa Of Commercial Carpel For Churcnea. Raetauranta Moteiv Etc Pine Or Maple Hardwood DINETTE CHAIRS Vinyl Covered Seats Factory Blemished If f *?? ? .?' ,W IOVIM AT CHAM 8-PC. STARTER 2-LAmVs Livingroom Set. Only $298 3 COMPLETE ROOMS QUALITY FURNITURE Xlf PC> ?/ M 288 5 WAYS TO SHOP t VISA ? MASTERCARD ? 90 DAYS ? UP TO 36 MONTHS WITH APPROVED CREDIT ? CASH ? WE DELIVER BAR STOOLS %? ?Sk Starting At *38 HERFSJJR00F WOOD ~ ROCKER yry Factory BUmiih?d SMALL *28 MEDIUM j[ LARGE *48 i$68 SAVE UP TO 80% ON THOMASVILLE "SPECIAL PURCHASE" CLOSEOUT TRUCKLOAD OF HEADBOARDS, COFFEE TABLES, CHEST CABINETS, CORNER CABINETS, PLATFORM BEDS. RECLINERS CARRAWAY HALLMARK LA2VB0V LANE *98 STARTING AT BEDROOM SETS 3-PC. SITS STARTING AT ?198 MONDAY ONLY !!!!!!?! SETS ONLY BEDDING Twin or Full Size STARTING AT *98 EARLY AMERICAN SOFA AND CHAIR HERCULON COVERS *298 VAWS I I ItMTI Iti: FACTORY Ol I I I I J| 1940 Sk ibo Road Fayetteville, N.C. 28304 864-1Q83 ' |H Mile Soutti of Cro?* Creek Mall on 401 By Po?* i

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