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    USA PATRIOT ACT
    October 26, 2001 - U.S.A.

    President George W. Bush signed the USA Patriot Act which expands the authority of U.S. law enforcement agencies for the stated purpose of fighting terrorism in the United States and abroad. by giving them additional ability to search, seize, or eavesdrop telephone, e-mail communications, medical, financial and other records in their pursuit of possible terrorists.

    ROTARY WASHER
    October 26, 1858 - U.S.A.

    A U.S. patent was issued for cycling reheated water in a washing machine, to Hamilton E. Smith of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (No. 21,909). His invention was an improvement for washing machines in which a reciprocating plunger acts on clothes in a tub. His invention placed two horizontal diaphragms in the tub. Both moved vertically with the action of the plunger. The upper one was perforated, and the lower one had a valve. Below the lower diaphragm springs pushed it up as the plunger was lifted. Their motion acted to pump water into the tub from a circuit of pipe that included coils in a heating tank and drained cooler water from the top of the tub. Smith improved his machine and obtained a second patent in 1863.

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Your life is often put on hold when your appliances go bad. That’s why we offer same day and next day service on most repairs. Put your trust in a locally owned and family operated business with 38 years of experience; originally started by his Father Mick formerly known as Mick’s Appliances. American Appliance Service, repairs American made appliances only and gets the job done right.

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