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Motorboat Checks By CG Auxiliary 5-14, Coast Guard boat examinations to assist based on Cedar boaters in getting their Lake, will soon be vessels in shape for this free courtesy motor- summer&apos;s activities, accord- Creek ingAuxiliary.tO Joe Gerard of the Dates and locations for the 'I free boat examinations on I Cedar Creek Lake will be announced shortly, he said. uperat[ng Gerard mentioned a number of ways that fuel Creek Enterprises, a of businesses owned Operated by Eddie and Garth of Spanish and Jim and Jean o[ Dallas opened for on Highway 85 in City. Pot, coin cleaning and free press. The Den of and The Church Ser- a publishing company and institutions s out the present opera- of Wicks features of candles, incense, dried flowers, flower nd instant wax. future, the Den to supply gift candle-making paper, invitations, You notes, tablecloths, plates, cups and all for parties and Promoted Carroll of Irving named Texas Power Company district in Athens, kes Kerbo, district announced today. succeeds Wayne who has been named district chief accoun- in Tyler. joined the Company and has worked in Terrell, Palestine and He was a district in the Irving 'rag he was active in of the Boy Scouts of and he and his are members of the church. Mrs. Carroll two children will economy can be obtained during the energy crisis. Saving fuel can result from "tuning your boat" in addi- tion to having a carefully tuned engine. With fixed jet carburatOrs and capacitor- discharge ignition, outboard engines stay close to peak efficiency note the Mercury outboard boating authorities. Often it's the boat that needs attention. When a boat is moored at a marina or tied in a boathouse. either in fresh or saltwater, the bottom will quickly accumulate fouling growths of various types. Even anti-foul- ing paints become ineffective in time. So arrange for periodic inspections, and maintenance when required. A clean bottom requires less power (and less fuel) to achieve good performance. Even for a boat that is kept on a trailer, a coat of wax is worth the trouble. Safe fuel by close attention to outboard trim angle. Var- ious loads and changes in load locations require changes in engine tilt adjustment for best performance and more miles per gallon. Power trim makes this easy, but making a manual adjustment is worth the small effort. Running )'our boat at max- imum load limit wastes fuel. Plan your guest list, or your freight, to permit good per- formance at no more than two-thirds throttle. Your wake can also be a good measure of laod and trim efficiency. A large bow wave, high stern wave, a deep hole behind the transom and a bow-high attitude are signs of power and fuel going to waste. Finally, keep your propeller in to condition. Nicks, bent in Irving until the blade tips, and badly eroded current school year. surfaces all add up to less home town is than maximum miles per and he received busi- gallon. Also, be sure you're , administration and using the right prop for the :aOlogy degrees from boat and load. Your outboard University. dealer will be glad to hell) you. OR SELLING COMPUTER t NI) OWNERS - get with the FAST-MODERN t'thod of selling your property-BY COMPUTER! As .ebers of RURAL URBAN LISTING SERVICE we t NATIONAl LAND BROKERS can expose your p% t5 Irty to hundreds of potential buyers through-out e Southwest. HOMES FOR SALE RIll) OF UTILITY BILLS GETTING HIGHER to poor insulation, room heaters, etc! Want to keep in the winter and cool in the summer without cost? 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