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HI-VAC  OPTI lilVE II'EAR HOUNO Imi SNAPPER's Hi-Vac rider changes with the seasons. In the sprin, itrem0ves harmful thatch with the optional Thetcher0ze .P In the summer, it's powerful Hi-Vac system sets up grass for a smooth even cut Optional bag attachments are a rear mounted grass catcher, twin bag catcher and trailing 30 bushel Bag-N-Wagon. Come fall, it's a vacuum machine that picks up leaves, twigs, pine straw and pine cones. !n the winter, there's a dozer blade for light snow removal, For added safety and a smoother ride there's an automatic blade stop and smooth starl clutch. These standaf, :..atures Odd up to year round performance. dyour independent SNAPPER r today to get your all , lealon lawn machine. :livisk)n of FuClua Industries s44 =- Tangi Parish Fair Grounds Sgt. Ford Kennedy, Franklinton, does dozer work during extensive site preparation work at the Tangipahoa Parish Fairgrounds in Amite. Gay.  dwm m,ve ,pedad pro.bran for the Guard to mist the Fair prior to construction of a new multi. purpose exhibit area. MD telethon set for Labor Day The local segments of this year's Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon will originate from the Embassy Suites, with a remote facility at Hammond Aire Plaza. The Telethon, in its 22nd year, is a 21-1/2 hour television spectacular hosted by comedian Jerry Lewis for the benefit of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The extravaganza will be telecast on WRBT-TV beginning at 8:00 p.m. o August31 and continuing until 6:00 p.m. on Labor Day Last year's show raised more than $33 million and was watched by over 100 million viewers The Baton Rouge area, which is one of the nation's top per capita Telethon markets, raised more than $368,005 despite being knocked off the air by Hurricane F_.lena. Allen McCarty, Jay Dardenne and Bobby Meador will emcee the local cut- aways, with Randy Rice and Jim Nasium of WFMF hosting the segments from Hammond Aire Plaza. A number of special events to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association are scheduled p,ur to Lat)or Day, including an open-air comedy concert on August 30 celebrating the first anniversary of the Grin Room Comedy Club. This will be an evening of fun, food, and exciting entertainment. Also, PHOTON, at 4580 Constitution Avenue, will be open 21-1/2 hours beginning at 8 p.m. on August 31 and continuing until 6 p.m. on Labor Day with all proceeds donated to MDA. If your business or organization wishes to join the fun and compete with other businesses please contact Lara Grauer at 924-7975. PHOTON will also be open for individuals during the 21-1/2 hours. Teen job advice for the fall TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY  SNAP.CRIEDff WITH LOW MONTHkY PAYMlINll. Many teens will be looking for jobs addition to class periods, time has to be SEE YOUR YELLOW PAGES FOR THE SNAPPE DEALER NEAREST YOU this fall, but some careful thought is allowed for homework. It's very needed before accepting the first one tempting for students to short-change TYCER TRACTOR that becomes avallable, studies In order to work a few extra The most important job for all teens is hours. education, so jobs have to be worked Academic habits a student establishes llJ'lLTTlrlrlLdffllTrlr around the need to attend class and often have a great effect on future n, II i nr |1 II r4 | '1 n study, says Dr Karen Behm, family opportunities Working can have a very  V Ibr dL,iBm db, if da dm,,Ir d,. dm " . . -- 1 resource management specialist with positive effect in that it may force t, 4= ,A r, __., the Louisiana Cooperative Extension students to place priorities on their time, .n'n.wy" "'u .r'n.'I 542-9606.. Secee" notes that colle e t , nts t becme mre :g anLzed. p"anmmoEl(i, iJ t I " _.J g s uae Behm says a chart may help students | =- , -- .... usually have some flexlbillt in ....... scheduling, but high schoolers are Yore to visualize their time: On a blank sheet of paper, she says to l;st the hours of the limited in hours available for work. hi day down one side and the days of the ": j WATER " times needed for regular activities, including travel time, if it s a factor. For -- example, if school starts at 7:30 a.m., but you have to leave at 7 a.m. to arrive on time, block out 7 to 7:30. .. v Saturday August 23 : Be realistic about the time allowed for flexible items, such as stodying, it's unreasonable to schedule study time 9:00 100 ! frm 5:00"7:00 a'm'' if yu can t get Up before 7 a.m. in the first place. ALso, block out times for extracur- -- ricular activities, lessons and chores. : i L $200Cover : Once the times are marked on your schedule, it's easier to see the time available for employment. " ch : When the time Is available wdl have an effect on the type of job you should on't forget the Bea consider. Some jobs require a large P ,.. be r block of time all at once, while others 6-75.7 s.w.,,. Party 00e-,*em 20th may involve a couple of hours every day. ff your schedule is not flexible, take care not to sign up for a job with rotating 5th ANNIVERSARY SALE END OF SEASON CLOSEOUT SPECIAL MOTORS MODEL PRICE 6 RCD ........ $749 o (2 only) 10 RCD ......... $1149 0 (2 only) 15 RCD ......... $1249 0 (2 only) 15 ECD ......... $1399oo (2 only) 20 RcD ........ .'81499 (1 only) 25 RCD ........ $155900 (1 only) 25 TECD ..... ..81779 (2 only) 28 ELCD. ..... $1559 e (2 only) 30 RCD ....... .$164900 (1 only) 30 ECD ........ $1889  (2 only) 40 ELCD ...... $1949 oo (3 only) 50 BECO ..... $229900 (I only) 110 TLCD. ..... 8394900 (2 only) 150 TLCO .... ;$4699 oo (1 only) We Will Take NO TRADES At These Prices JOHNSON 12 Volt Trawling. Motor 8299" 24 Volt Trawling Motor 8399" Prices goo d thru Aug. 31 Price does not include remote control, steerihq connector and installation. Your Johnson Dealer LAKESIDE MARINE -Nhere The Service is on the Lake" shifts, because you may not be able to specify the hours you want to work. Don't forget to include the monetary cost of working, when considering a )oh, Behm says. Will you need trans- portation, special clothes or uniforms? Even if a uniform is furnished, what about laundry or dry cleaning costs? Will you have to purchase meals or are they furnished? "Even minor expenses can add up quickly when incurred on a regular basis. A job that pays a little less but requires few expenses may be a better _ deal than one that pays more but 3 8 involves more costs,' she adds. Be sure to have a clear understanding with an employer of what's expected of u before acr,,pting a job, cautions the tension management expert. If an employer has more tha:' one location, find out the specifics of vc ur workplace. Will you be in one locat'icn or used as a floating replacement? What happens if you need to rearrange a schedule or need time off?. Does a 6-to-10 shift really mean staying until 11 to count regi,:er receipts or t clean-up duties, or ca,: you leave at t 10:017 Can you study, read or use the phone when not busy, or are there specific tasks for such times? Employment can provide teen-agers with opportunities to develop skills, increase self-confidence and explore future careers while earning an income. Lack of planning can take its toll on a student's energy level, which also affects his or her ability to attend class regularly and maintain good grades. Careful planning can help avoid these pitfalls, Behm says. Auditions annourced SLU will hold auditions for the season's first production "You Can't Take It With You." Auditions will be held tn the Vonnle Borden Theatre at 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, August 25 and 26. Urected by Kay Buffer, the comedy by Moss Hart and George Kaufmann, seeks 19 actors for cast members. For more Information, call 549-2148. _THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, AUGUST 21,198e, r Improvements start at Parish Fair site More than 25 area National Guards- dozen trucks and dozers. men have just completed site preparation Rep. Weldon Russell, Amirs, work at the Tangipahoa Parish Fair- instrumental In Gov. Edwards' grounds in Amtte prior to construction ment to the Fair's request for of a new exhibit area. "Without the help of the Construction on the all purpose Mr. Anderson we would not exhibit area is expected to begin in late available funds to construct the August or early September, according purpose exhibit area now," Ms. to Fair Board Secretary Viola Vice, said. Ponchatoula. While the extra large exhibit arP  The site preparation was a joint effort not be complete in time for this by the Tangipahoa Parish Fair Assoct- annual Tangipahoa Parish Fair, arian, National Guard, and Stanley 1-4, Ms. Vice said the fair Anderson, who provided fill dirt for the get to see the expansiveness fair site at no charge, exhibit hall. The National Guard provided The workispart of a nearly manpower and equipment for the |mprovementpro}ectbythe Fair massive site preparation job. Through Last year a new chain link special arrangements by Gay. Edwin erected around the Edwards the Guards services were security for the nearly 40,000 provided at no charge except for cost of who attend the fair each year. maintenance expenses for the nearly Education amendment needs voter approval The Council for A Better Louisiana dedicate $505 million "inaliy today announced it is launching a state- future windfall revenues from wide campaign to secure voter approval shore oil settlement with the of proposedConstltutionalAmendment government to a Trust #1 which will establish the Louisiana educational improvements. Education Quality Trust Fund for amendment is adopted, all desperately needed improvements in funds must be used for certain the state's educational system, purposes in education. The announcement was made at a "It is important that the Trust press conference in Baton Rouge where given constitutional protection to CABL officials were joined by a number the funds are used to ,of state and local leaders from various education and not diverted to groups that are uniting in support of the politically expedient purposes, amendment and CABL's state-wide CABL President Dr. James R. campaign ('see attached list). "Since there are several other Charles W. "Chuck" McCoy, a tutional amendments on the prominent Louisiana banker and including one which will raise Chairman of CABL's Education for a license fees, it is critical that New Louisiana campaign said, "It is voters distinguish this one and imperative that Louisiana voters under- he added. stand the importance of voting yes on CABL Executive Director the amendment for Louislana'sfuture." Day stated that the "Our poor educational system protection was especially continues to hurt our people and our light of the economy, and voters must be made and the possibility of a aware that they have a chance to do lative session later this year something positive for education "We view the vote to be cast without increasing taxes," McCoy i amendment on September 27 as emphasized, more important than an The proposed amendment, lhich In years," said Day, "in that it will be submitted to the voters in he determine the future of September 27 electlon will contona Louisiana for generations to come. If yo. wo u) die bok,ro 9w= you oq u) mmMm -1 liif'lr lrli' =,,  =.=,,,. van u n .o --=.,,__ IUJI]k y  M limit lme L---...--. -- . WHYPAY  We represent several companies. So" were k ee  give you an indmndent ol)inlon and a-vi vou on the best'covera$ of the best price. I''-ect your family. Ca, Today. JACKSON.VAUGHAN00 121W. Rno St. 366.3611 ,mm Y 1518 Highway 22 East Ponchatoula. 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