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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, tlune 15, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-27 Twins celebrate birthday ST. SHOTTS, Nfld. (CF) Mrs. Martha Malloy of St. Shotts and Mrs. Ellen Murphy of Toronto recently celebrated their birthday and at 100 years of age, they're believed to be the oldest twins in Canada. They're celebrating with their families in their separate homes. The last time the two sisters were together was twy years ago when they held a reunion in St. John's, Nfld.. after 70 years apart. Both women are reported to be in good health but on the advice of their doctors did not travel the long distance involved to be together. WILLIAM ERICKSON CONSTRUCTION LTD. ESTATE AUCTION SALE LOCATION 509 3rd Ave. N.E., MILK RIVER SALE WILL BE HELD INSIDE IN THE EVENT OF RAIN (Watch for Signs) Saturday, June 29 SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from William Erickson Estate I will offer at public auction the following equipment. This list is a guide for prospective buyers and minor deletions, additions may be expected. For precise information please inspect the goods before or during the sale. 6 touble lights; 10 extension cords; of lights; 1 hydraulic jack assortment of pulleys; electrical fixtures; assorted cupboard hardware. 20 ft. of 3" belting, new; assorted nails and bolts; Berna- O-Matic propane torch; assortment of C-clamps; 1 Sabre saw attachment for radial arm saw; 1 Airway vacuum cleaner; 1 chain boomer; 1 rain coat; 1 pair Skidoo boots; pair overshoes with felt liners; 1 white utility table; 2 gallons linoleum cement; assortment of knives; 2 oil stones; 1 grinder stone; 1 tarp 8' x 10' (10 Many other items: Booster cables, Bat. blanket, small cupboard, car top carrier, wrecking bars, gals. Esso oil. LARGE POWER TOOLS 1_4 mch planer with motor; inch table saw, with 1 h.p. motor; inch new Craftsman radial arm saw; band saw, motor. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION concrete'vibrator; Vz h.p. electric motor; pumps, h.p.; 2 pumps; 1_Acetlene welder, complete cart and welder like Esser transit with tripod; 4 foot level- inch level; inch levels; hammers; impregnator; hatchets; hats; box with saw; lengths of cable; lengths of logging chain; 2 Sets 400 ft. 3-4" rope with block and tackle (excellent 250 ft. 3-4" rope with block land tackle; foot 3-4 inch rope; Several other lengths rope; jacks, screw type; Several cement trowels; foot step ladder; 1 foot step ladder; 1 ft. extention ladder; 1_Wooden tool box; power box. 1 post hole auger; 1 18 inch pipe wrench; 10 pairs tin snips; 8 claw hammers; 1 complete set wood bits; 1 set Dado blades; 1 set shaper blades and head; 1 set Vz inch sockets; 2 rabbit planes; 6 shovels; 16 hand saws; 3 picks; wood chisels; 5 squares; 3 nail pullers; 1 vice; 1 bolt cutter; 2 bit braces; 2 box planes; 1 14 inch plane; assortment of metal bits, wood bits; wrenches; awls; vice wrenches; leather punches; punches; tape measures; pliers; screw drivers; 1 hack saw; 1 drill sander head. SMALL POWER 1 Black Decker Skill saw; 1 Artisan 7Vz" Skill saw; 2 Black Decker 8" Skill saws; 1 Blue Diamond Vz h.p. electric saw; 1 Shop Mate sabre saw; 1 B D orbital sander; 1 Black Decker Vz" drill; 1 Black Decker RIDEAU 500 METEOR STATION WAGON new 390 cu. in. engine, automatic transmission. CMC engine last winter. CAMPERETTE AUCTIONEERS NOTE: I have personally inspected all the tools and construction equipment. I have found everything in excellent condi- tion. All power tools are top quality and in good working condition. There is an excellent assortment of hand tools. For more information Phone AUCTIONEER BOB LAACKMANN sparklers Morton girl MILK RIVER PHONE 647-2141 LIC. NO. 010457 Call line for diseases MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Diall- ing the telephone for the cor- rect time, the weather or a prayer is commonplace for Miamians. But now there is "Dial a Disease." Residents can call two Miami exchanges for pre- recorded messages about a disease of the week, said Jackson Memorial Hospital spokesman Don Friedewald. The service will be offered in English and Spanish. "It's strictly an educational program, a public Friedewald said. "Recordings about different diseases will include a definition of the dis- ease and an explanation of its symptoms." The automatic telephone an- swering system will debut with a four-minute disertation on diabetes. "The tapes will be prepared by health professionals with the diseases talked about de- termined by how frequently such cases turn up at the hos- pital." Friedewald said. The program, similar to one pioneered by the Creighton University Crisis Institute for Health in Omaha, Neb., is sponsored by the hospital and the University of Miami medi- cal school. And what about the person worried about a kidney dis- order who calls during cancer week? "All the recordings refer patients to their own doctors if they suspect serious per- sonal health Friedewald explained. "This is to give them a wide scope of information about various diseases. "They can get out of it what they want to. It's no different than a Catholic calling Dial a Prayer and perhaps listening to a rabbi." Carries mail NIAGARA FALLS. Ont. (CP) Phyllis Leyland. a 53- year-old grandmother, has become the city's first woman letter carrier. She says she prefers the work to her old job as an inside worker with the post office she likes the fresh air. A Voice for Southern Alberta Fort Macleod (Provincial) Constituency Dr. T. J. (Johnny) Walker DR. T. J. (JOHNNY) WALKER Dr. Johnny Walker is a family physician who has practiced m Fort Macleod since 1955. He is alarmed by the attitude of many people business, industry and government included who believe nothing exists in Alberta south of Calgary. Dr Walker is an outspoken individual. practical and sincere. He is a man dedicated to provide a strong, responsible voice tor development in Macleod constituency. Or. Walker has served as a Town Councillor. and a member of the L.C.C. Board o1 Governors, and the Chamber of Commerce. In addition, ne has held numerous executive positions on provincial committees and with professional associations. He will represent YOU well! NOMINATING CONVENTION WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 Community Hall GUEST SPEAKER PREMIER PETER LOUGHEED inserted by the Walker Campaign Committee Diamonds you can wear By HELEN HENNESSY NEW YORK (NEA) Amidst the for bangles, chains, chokers and rings the pin has been ignored. Actually, it was lost in the shuffle long before the accessory craze of the 70s. Since the era of Art Deco, with snappy little bar pins and jeweled clips in highly stylized design, the pin has had nothing to say. It became the mainstay of a "dress-it- up-or-down" fashion mentality in the '50s the savior of basic black. And now it's back. Recently 30 top American jewelry designers set out to put the pin in a contemporary new light with a glamorous assortment of diamond umbrellas being introduced this season in stores across the country. Each designer created his own version of a gold umbrella using tiny diamond raindrops. "We've been waiting for something to happen with said Michelle Savitt, half of the sister design, team, M J Savitt. "Pins have been nowhere, really. And it's too bad because with a little imagination you can do more with a pin than just about any other piece of jewelry." But why the umbrella craze? "The whole idea of the diamond umbrella pins." said Janis Savitt, the other half of the team, "is sort of a tribute to the new diamond jewelry the kind you can really wear and. incidentally, afford. I think the key to great fashion is to create something unexpected. "For example, you don't expect to see diamonds on a dungaree jacket but when you do, you wonder why no one had done it before. "That's what we're trying to do with the pin. And that's why we're doing it with diamonds. Michelle and I did a pin reminiscent of the Morton Salt girl with her umbrella. No one believed it but everyone loved it. "It's getting out of a rut. Fashion should begin with the unexpected." Umbrella pin studded with diamonds, one raindrop It's your last chance... to get your name on the voters' list and be eligible to vote in the July 8th election. If you live in an urban area... Final revision of the voters list ends June 21st If you live in a community of 5.000 or more population, you sh'ould have received a copy of the official list of electors for your urban polling division If you have not received it. or if your name has been left off the list, or if any of the particulars on the list regarding your name, address or occupation are incorrect, telephone the number at the bottom right of this advertisement. Get the information you require, so that you will be able to vote m the July 8th federal election. The methods for revising the lists of electors in urban communities (with a population of 5.000 or more) are relatively simple The revising officer is a judge or an elector appointed by him Two revising agents assist him The revising agents are also available to your reluming officer and. at your request will call at your home to obtain the required information You can aiso see Ihe revising officer m person The address where the revising officer works and the days and hours that he is revising can be found a! the top of your copy of the printed list of electors You can also find this information posted >n most post offices or you can call the telephone number listed at the bottom right o< this ad Your returning officer then give you the required information If you live in a rural area... In a rural polling division, the person who enumerated you for the July 8th federal election is also the person who does the revision of the list So he is the one to contact m a rural area You can vote before election day, July 8th. If for any reason, you will be away from your normal place of residence on July 8th. you can providing you are on the voters list, vote at the advance poll 'or your polling divis.on on Saturday June 29th or Monday July 1st. The list of electors, mailed to urban voters, carries full information regarding the Advance Poll or your Returning Officer can give you the location and times of your advance poll Phone him can't vote in an urban polling division unless your name is on the list. This is your last chance to get on that list. For further information: If you live in Lethbridge This handy pamphlet gives you all the details. For additional mlormalion. consult the handy pamphlet that was recently delivered to ycur home It gives you complete election procedure details 328-0653 Elections Canada 44-DRO ;