Chevrolet Engineering Retirees Club
Note from Phyllis
MacLeod
11/06/2009
http://www.google.com/goog411/index.html

I encourage you to watch the short video about this service.

Here is something you will want to have and use! I still remember
when the telephone company charged me $0.00 now they charge
$1.00 to $1.50 to get a phone number from information.

My compliments to Google

Just leave it up to Google to come up with something like this!!!

Here's a number worth putting in your cell phone, or your home
phone speed dial:

1-800-GOOG411                 

1-800-4664411     

This is an awesome service from Google, and it's free -- great when
you are driving on the road with no pen, pencil or paper handy.

Don't waste your money on information calls and don't waste your
time manually dialing the number. I am driving along in my car and I
need to call the golf course and I don't know the number. I hit the
speed dial for information that I have programmed.

The voice at the other end says, "City & State." I say, " Garland ,
Texas ."  He says, "Business, Name or Type of Service." I say,
Firewheel Golf Course."  He says, "Connecting" and Firewheel
answers the phone. How great is that?

This is nationwide and it is absolutely free!

Click on the link below and watch the short video clip for a quick
demonstration:

http://
www.google.com/goog411
goodbye Ma Bell
Charges - not a joke
Note from Webmaster
11/11/2009
Patriot files
                                  
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Subject: Federal Pay Raise and Social Security


Apparently liars are as scarce on Capitol Hill as sand is scarce
>       at the  beach.     Obama recently approved a 2% salary
>       increase for all federal employees effective January 1,
2010.
>
>       Members of the executive, legislative and judicial branch
>       are due for an automatic pay increase in January as
well.  All this
>       on the backs of seniors who will not incur any COLA
increases
>       for several years. For the first time in history, the
Congress
>       will not allow an increase in the social security COLA
(cost
>       of living adjustment). In fact, The Henry J Kaiser Family
>       Foundation predicts there may not be any COLA for the
next three
>       years.
>
>      However, the per person monthly Medicare insurance
premium
>       will be increased from the 2009 premium of $96.40 to
$110.50
>       in 2010 and to $ 120.20 for the year 2011,
>
>
>       Send this to all seniors that you know. Remind them to
not vote for the
>       incumbent senators.
Note from Gil Opaleski
11/11/2009
Pay Raise for
Federal
employees ??
Note from Art Wojno
11/11/2009
GMAC to receive
more money from
Government
Fed: GMAC to receive more bailout money
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