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lZA---The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 14, 1983 LISA HUDSON NICOLE HILTON TINA BUTLER JODY HYDE KASEY SHAWN JONES DEANNA EASLEY I MOLLY KAY ADAMS % o ALF.~HA POWF_LL t CONNIE SONNTAG AMY ROUNSAVALL The Henderson Show's Princess and will be held 7:30 p The contests are part of of the Henderson Show, scheduled for April county fairgrounds, Charla A band, "Squeaky" Wildriders, will entertain Fulgham said, "Squeaky winner of the Search in Tyler and will finals in Houston's November. As his band several local musHans I will enjoy this gx at the fun on Tuesday for the Fifteen Henderson CountY and FFA chapters have contestants in the 1983 Princess contests -- 15 in contest and eight in the contest. CANDI MADIS DONNA ROHRBACKER Pre-Civil War politics detailed in new book Fresh appraisals of the turbulent two decades preceeding the Civil War are presented in a new book just published by the Texas A&M University Press. "Essays on American Antebellum IIIIIII I I Politics. 1840-1860" offers six original essays dealing with the centrality of the party system in the era's politics and the importance of ethnic and cultural issues on the conflict vinyl siding siding trim HALEY YOUNG / J \ TANYA NICHELE F~TES / I JUDY BREWER / t SUE CULPEPPFJ MOLLY FRANCIS storm and storm doors replacement windows shutters P.O. Box 232, Athens, Texas 76761 Ph. (214) 675-4161 gutter- & down.pont~ I I I LESLIE THOMAS MEDORA DOHERTY KIM PARKER Quality, not quantity must be priority for producing engineers The dean of the nation's largest engineering school says the United States must concentrate on producing quality engineers, because it will never be able to match the numbers being trained in Japan, Russia and West Germany. "We've got to concentrate on quality because we aren't going to beat them on quantity," said Dr. Robert H. Page of Texas A&M University. Even in the current recession, Page The percentage of engineers and said, a tremendous demand for scientists in the labor force dropped 9 engineers still exists. There are an percent in the United States from 1968- estimated 17.000 entry-level 1980 while increasing 70 percent in engineering jobs now open across the Japan, 62 percent in the USSR and 75 nation, he said. percent in West Germany, he said. Homemaking hours change very little "The average amount of time women spend in household activities has changed very little in the past fifty years," says Lynn White, a home economics specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University. According to White, research shows that homemakers as a whole spend 47- 52 hours a week in household activities. Employed wives spend 26-35 hours per week on household activities in addition to their forty-hour work week. CHRISTI HART i iili/ ;i Not all central air conditioners are energy efficient. Some are just as inefficient as the ones built twenty years ago. Butif you buy a high efficiency air conditioner, you'll save money in the long run on operating costs. And buying an energy efficient air conditioner could also earn you a bonus from Texas Power & Light. Just buy a central air conditioner with the qualifying SEER,* and we'll send you a check worth at least $40 per ton of capacity. So now, buying an energy efficient unit will save you money in two ways. First, with lower operating costs. And second, with TP&L's bonus check. For more information about our Bonus Program, give the energy experts at TP&L a call. The sooner you do, the sooner you'll enjoy lower cooling costs and get a bonus check on top of it. TEXAS POWER& HGHT COMPANY *Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, Belore you buy, check with the TP&L office nearest you. I i Regular $2.95, Extra Tall Tomatoes.... $3.00 flats only ONLY I , Regular $2.95 Dwarf and Regular (1 gallon) I Sale good Thursday through Sunday I lur, II Gard I Ralph & Gary Reaves, owners JOHNNIE BEU JANET The white lines in the highway usually have to about every three or four