|111th Year, 33rd Issue||Thursday, March 30, 2000||Sparta, North Carolina|
This Saturday night before bedtime is the time to set the clocks forward one hour.
Daylight Savings Time, which is when clocks are supposed to "spring forward," actually begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, April 2. With the twice-yearly setting of the clock, many have complained that the time change efforts are not as necessary today as they were in the past. In fact, one group in Sunrise, Fla. compares the time change to jetlag without leaving home. The group's website, at www.standardtime.com, is an attempt to petition the government to eliminate time changes altogether.
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