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Furniture & lattms Clearance Can Deliver Springfield 217-361 "1357 TOTAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE Plumbing eating A/C Electrical Bassett's Mechanical'"c Mt. Pulaski u: #058-12-1898 Dave Bassett John Wyss ! II 2 Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. 400 N. CHICAGO ST. LINCOLN Rock Solid Arrives at True Value By Mike Lakin Stopping by Johnson True Value, I found everyone huddled around two new computers. Returning a day or two later, I asked Doug what we had here. Doug will soon have two checkout cash registers. But there's more. The new system runs the Rock Solid Windows based system. Starting August 15 Doug's hardware store will take a big step to eliminating WE WOULD LIKE TO "THANK" all of our family and friends that sent us cards, gifts and e-mails to help us celebrate our "$Oth Wedding Anniver- sary': Kent and Sheila Anderson JUST A NOTE OF THANKS TO ALL who came and enjoyed the gath- ering July 7 at our home. We had a great time with friends and family. For all of your kindness, we thank you. It was great fun - great friends and great food. Tkanks a million Jerry & Joyce Maxheimer HELP WANTED - Mt. Pulaski Grade School has openings for a Classroom Aide for the 2012-13 school year. Applicants must have at least an Associate of Arts Degree or a Paraprofessional Certificate issued through the State of Illinois. If inter- ested contact Gene Newton at 217- 792-7220. paper for both his business and for his customers. Starting with the new signature capture, customers will electronically sign for both charge cards and account charges. No more triplicate paper for in-house account charges. No more filing papers in the filing cabinet. Customers will have the choice to go to e-mail invoices and statements. Doug said this would reduce a lot of end-of-the-month work of printing out and mailing customer bills. August 15 the new system will go Out Our Way By Mike ALLEN SCHAAL "promised" JEFF LAATSCH he'd be in the paper. CONSERVE WATER- "When you run water and are waiting for it to warm up, let the cool water run into a cutout plastic I gal. container- then pour into larger container for use elsewhere " Phil Bertoni online. As the changeover takes place, store computers will be shut down for a few hours. This will not affect cus- tomers, the store will be open. Doug commented that one thing he personally likes is tech support is in Butler, Pennsylvania at the "True Value Support Desk" No "outsourc- ing" of tech supprt. All in all, Doug is expecting to fur- ther enhance customer service and substantially reduce paper handling for the store and for customers. Times Photo By Mike Lakin OChief Lynn Freer routinely ran .a license plate that came back that the registered owner's license and regis- tration was suspended for insurance violations. The driver was unaware that she was multi-suspended and said, "/kaven't had any insurance citations in a very long time". She had been convicted for driving without insurance just 5- weeks earlier. She had an insurance card. But it had been canceled for none payment two-weeks earlier. Arrested, she was off to jail. But that was just beginning. She told the Chief she did not have anything illegal in her possession. During the inventory pro- cess at the jail, a silver smoking device was found in her purse. The final tally was - driving sus- pended, driving an uninsured vehicle, driving a vehicle with suspended regis- tration, and possession of drug para- phernalia. Not the way she thought her day would turnout.