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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 12 Dressings belong on salad II the V-bett on your car Is squealing or appears to be slip- ping, it's time to do something about it. But, the answer is not to apply belt dressing. The maker of one major V belt line advises against belt dressing. For one good reason. All belt dressings contain an oil base penetrant which ulti- mately softens the belt and shortens belt life. Their advice is to look for the cause. If a belt slips, for- get the dressing and have the belt tensioned to manufactur- er's specifications. The result will be longer lasting and the belt won't be damaged. If the V-beft is noisy, belt dressing may provide some re- lief but it will be short-lived and belt damage can result. Noise is usually caused by dirt, dust, rusty water anti- freeze. The solution is as sim- ple as thoroughly cleaning the belt and pulleys, or realigning pulleys and retensioning belt. Don't use any dressings! Find the cause and have your mechanic correct it. THOMAS RADIATORS Repairs Recoring Cleaning Service to all makes of 'RADIATORS GAS TANKS HEATERS Industrial, Farm, Auto, etc, Phone 327-4121 1209 2nd Ave. S. Leth ACROSS These help reduce air pollution. I Cooling system part that needs replacement when 12 Common engb" block metal. 1J To be lobe. 14 Fender 15-This should be drained and flushed every year for better cooling. 17 With 39 down, key ingredient in tune-up which thould be replaced every mile? 18 Chicago transit units. 19 To be sick. 20 British Legislator (Abbrev.) 21 Manuscript (Abbrev.) 22 Silent------, U.S. President. 23 It take care of your car 25 Sacred church council. 28 Member of U.S. House 29 Idler------v part o. steering system to check yearly. 32 Number of cylin- ders in most im- ported cars. 33 Vital service for points. 34 Flying saucers. 35 Polka------. 36 Another part of the cooling system. J7 Dispatched. 38 Employs. 40 What fresh wiper blades help you U do better. 42 Behold. 44 Stamped on a receipt 45 Accountant. 46 Laotian temple 49 Pianist Qeza 51 Result of worn treads. 53. Oolda. 54 Cleaner helps keep dirt out of engine. 55 Sources of 12 across. 56 Automatic traoi mission gear. 57 To imitate. 58 Mae. DOWN 1 What to check for air pressure eacll time you get gas. 2 Asian Mountain. 3 Doles off. 4 East Motherland Indies (Abbrev.1 5 we meet again. 6 Motor or Offica 7 Opposite of crooked (Abbrev.) I Elated. 9 filter, change it every other oil chance. 10 Depressed neigh- borhood. 11 Medical test! (Abbrev.) 1C Who to call for 51 across. 26 Motorist's guide. 22 Care for your 23 Kind' of rally, 24 What good braka make your car. 25 Country mail system (Init.) 2t Totals of a perfect baMgamc. 27 Ballerina's garb. 28 Also------. 30 Outfielder Swoboda. 31 Time in Salt Lake City. 33 A tuneup savel this. 34 Employ 36 Nourished. 39 See 17 across. 40 What you need when you have a 51 across. 41 Consume. 42 Head------, some- thing to adjust foi better visibility. 43 Fit for military service. 45 Paper------. 46 This connects dis- tributor and spark plug. 47 God of War 48 Good mechanic! give your car a good road------. 50 Opposite of all. current. 51 U.S. aviation body. 52 What 16 down will do to a abled car. CROSSWORD ANSWERS ON PAGE 14 He's dangerous The slowpoke on the express- way is just as dangerous as the speeder. If traffic streams past you or you are leading a slow parade in your lane, speed up or get off the expressway. You are a hazard when you block traffic. Neglected car engines are major contributor They came to get a free tune- up. They left with the realiza- tion that a neglected engine is a major contributor to the air pollution problem. When engineering students at the University of Detroit de- cided to help observe Engineer- ing Week by offering free tune- ups U> the public, the students did not anticipate the response. Seeking to dramatize the ef- fects of uodermaintenance on harmful emissions, the students found 150 cars wailing in line at a campus facility. It was more than they could handle so they Invited excess numbers of car owners back for a tune-up the following week. Additional openings for the second week's clinics were ex- hausted in 15 minutes as the public phoned in for appoint- ments. What was the result of the Clinic's study? After tune-up the average hydrocarbon emissions were re- duced 52 per cent. And the average carbon mon- oxide emissions were reduced 58 per cent. According to clinic organiras Bob Kaczorowski and John Smreker. "The goals that were set for the tune-up were 400 parts per million of hydrocar- bons and 2.0 per cent carbon monoxide. The average HC reading coming in was 644 PPM. The average CO count was 3.06 per cent. "After hmc-up the average HC count was 312 and the aver- age CO count was 1.3 per cent." While most of the car own- ers were more motivated to bring their vehicles in for free service rather than concern for pollution, the project directora were somewhat optimistic. Kaczorowsfci and Smreker commented, "After seemg what a difference a tune-up can make in their car's perform- ance, mileage and pollution, we feeYl we have won a few converts." DOUBLE TROUBLE A two per cent incidence of spark plug misfire can more than double the rate of hydro- carbon emissions from a car's engine, according to Champion Spark Plug Company. WHEEL ALIGNMENT and BALANCING HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED WHEEL AND FRAME STRAIGHTENING GENEAL REPAIRS and TUNE-UPS PETE'S WHEEL ALIGNMENT LTD. 327-1030 518 5th Street South COME IN AND SEE OUR FOREIGN CAR SPECIALIST JOHN NEILSON HE WILL TEND TO ALL YOUR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CAR ILLSI Now is the time to have your car tuned up and winterized. SUNNY FRANK KLINEK (PROP.) 505 13th St. N. Phone 327-5224 YAMAHA SNOWMOBILES "Ifs A Better Machine" MODEL S L 292B S L 338C SL 433 SW 433B EW 433B EW 643 GP 292 GP 433 GP 643 YAMAHA CYCLE 21st ST. and 2nd AVE S. LOCATED UNDER THE WATER TOWER SUGGESTED RETAIL 879.00 999.00 979.00 SALES and SERVICE PHONE 32M977 ;