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Missing Letters A couple of readers have
written in recently noting that their letters have not so far been
published. We never, never intend to slight anyone. Occasionally we
will combine comments, especially when several people pose
virtually the same question or offer basically identical responses
to a question. Other than that, we try to include all of your mail.
Then there's always human error-this column for instance
required a long day's work, with letters sorted out in little
stacks all over our office. It's always possible to miss
something, and we dread hearing that someone has been left out.
That is never the intention of the Reflector nor of GEM.
TIP OF THE MONTH Looking for a way to clean
your hands after working with old iron? Here's an old-fashioned
way: Use ordinary lard to clean up, and after using it, plain old
soap and water will eliminate the lard. If an abrasive is desired,
use a little corn meal with the lard. For a portable hand cleaner
container, use a good sized grease cup and squirt some cleaner (or
lard) onto your hands.
The purpose of the Reflections column is to provide a forum for
the exchange of all useful information among subscribers to GEM.
Inquiries or responses should be addressed to; REFLECTIONS, Gas
Engine Magazine, P.O. Box 328, Lancaster, PA 17603.
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