TWO HEART MOVES TO NEW LOCATION
Two Heart Jewelry and Collectibles recently moved to
a new location on the square in the Greenville. Owner
Tom Leihser told WGEL that they decided to move because
the new building has more space to showcase some of
their items and parking is better for customers.
told WGEL that they like the new location. He said that
it is neat because you can eat somewhere on one side
and get a haircut on another.
address of Heart Two Heart is now is 106 North Second
Street in Greenville.
Wash Fund Raiser
DIAGNOSIS & CLEAN UP Offered by Synthesys Computer
April 10, 3:30 to 8:30PM at the Greenville Free Methodist
E. St. Rt. 140 Greenville
Seminars Will Be Offered During The Computer Wash
to save hundreds of dollars using FREE Software.......6
to maintain and clean your PC....................................7
Computer Wash & Seminars Are FREE,
On a First Come, First Serve Basis
are welcome and will be used to fund a corporate mission
trip to Venezuela. Synthesys will be installing a student
compter lab for a school there, among other things.
SAVINGS TIME WILL BE DIFFERENT IN 2007
August 8, 2005 President Bush signed the Energy Policy
Act of 2005, which will change the time change dates
for Daylight Savings Time in the U.S. beginning in 2007.
It will now begin on the second Sunday of March and
end on the first Sunday of November. The Secretary of
Energy will report the impact of this change to Congress.
Congress does retain the right to revert the Daylight
Saving Time back to the 2005 schedule once the Department
of Energy study is complete. Daylight Savings Time is
a change in the standard time of each zone. Time Zones
were first used by the railroads in 1883 to standardize
their schedules. Canada's Sandford Fleming played a
key role in the development of a worldwide system of
keeping time. In 1918, the U.S. Congress made the U.S.
rail zones official under federal law and gave the responsibility
to make any changes to the Interstate Commerce Commission.
When Congress created the Department of Transportation
in 1966, it transferred the responsibility for laws
to the new department. The American law by which we
turn our clock forward in the spring and back in the
fall is known as the Uniform Time Act of 1966. Benjamin
Franklin, while a minister to France, first suggested
the idea in an essay published in 1784.