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HC 308 PPM Wells is building two each containing apartments alld Knipe Streets in feature refrigerators, ranges, central COnditioning, and parking area. The apartments will rent for ~101.00 per month and all bills paid except the electric and telephone bills. Each apartment will be stone and rock veneer- ed and the entire project will be landscaped, Wells said. portion of the project is fin- anced for 40 years at 7 1/4% interest by Farmers Home Ad- ministration. OF ECOL 06 Y THE BRAKES ON AUTO EMISSIONS I |co 3~ ! of encouraging ~oraing from engi- have run extensive emissions: llewer ears are more as clean as their maintenance re- Is Very sharply. study conduct- Champion sought le how well the COntrol devices are .icularly on cars It was found is of meas- ae new emission are doing the ng emissions low. ed were not lab- They were hy the average under typi- Conditions. found that a dis- ktely high amount emissions comes minority of cars. a neglected en- does produce l~llutants as three Properly working that old stand- lance, specifically is still the of keeping s.sio ns low. zal test siteswere hoenix, there was an uction of 56 per- cent in carbon monoxide (CO) after tune-up. There was also an average reduction of 40 percent in hydrocarbon (HC) after tune-up. In Denver, the average re- duction in CO after ~une-up was 50 percent and the aver- age reduction in HC was 47 percent. What may be even more significant, the 50 per- cent failure rate in Phoenix was reduced to zero after tune-up. In Denver, the failure rate was reduced from 61 percent to 5 percent after tune-up. From these findings, it ap- pears that maintenance or lack of same has more to do with emissions than any other fac- tor. On the average, CO emis- sions for all 1970 to 1972 cars tested was 2.9 percent. For the 1968-69's, it was 3.9 percent. For the pre-1968's, 4.7 percent. For hydrocarbon emissions the 1970-72 cars averaged 308 parts per million. The 1968- 69's averaged 450 parts per million. The pre-1968 aver- aged 723 parts per millions. A consistent pattern emerges. The new cars .start out cleaner and they stay cleaner throughout their op- erations, because of anti-pol- lution devices designed and installed by the automobile manufacturers. -JACOBSEN. ROTARY deck 21.Inch Self Propeiled ,r" 2," $189.95 push-type models avail$He At* JacObSen mo~ers bea,m9 |~,~ OPEl la{:~l meet of excee~ the B71.1-1072 ~ate~y ~*f,. Amet,can Nal,on~l St~nda,O~ mst,tut, )st Complete Lawn and Garden Center Rd 3.77-1225 (Just South of Swan Rubber Co Harland Wells, Owner; Richard Plttman, Payne County Farmers Home Supervisor; and Richard Phil Brown, Civil Engineer for State Farmers Home Administration. Model SLIgG30A 19,500 BT U/hr. 9.5 Enerly Efficiency Ratlo d save money on "AIR CONDITION your electric bills in each cateiory, 5-year perioU based on 14,400 hours of 0pers~... averalpe 12 k/day, 30 days/too, I mo/yr, SOURCE OF COMPARISON: 1973 Oirelt0ty of Ceflified Room Air Conditioners (I) publishld by the A~ of Homl Appliance Mlnufacturers. COME ON IN AND l|l TNli MONEY-lAVER FOR YOURIILF. 908 South Main WAYS TO BUY Charge Time Payment 372-7311 Revolving Charge Cah /