The Paducah Sun from Paducah, Kentucky on May 31, 1989 · 40
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The Paducah Sun from Paducah, Kentucky · 40

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P H EXTRA THE P4DlrCAfl SfN ixlnfdey, My 31, 1W "Walk Ai'oiuul The Park" June 24, 1989 9:00 A.M. Noble Park Pool Registration 8:00 A.M. Name Address ' City, State, Zip. Home Phone .Business Phone. ENTRIES RETURNED BY JUNE 10, 1989 FEES: Dreahilactory Walk Shirt SIZE: Sm. Med. Lg. XLg. (circle one) 70 Total Enclosed I 1 I I I Return Entry & Make Checks Payable To: The Dream Factory' P.O. Box 2333 Paducah, Ky. 42002 (502)554-1702 3 The Dream Factory WIVHt MUST K SKK: I I In considinition of rha acceptance of ipj ontry, I, for myiarf , my (win, oiocuton ond mfcniniilrtrtwi, do horoby reioosa and dHchsroa Draam factory and all onW leomon of tvant from any and OH doom in and ovant. I cartify rhot I novo ruH knowodgo of Itie mkt arabed In Itn want and I an phyiidty m and lufflciantly trained to parttcipata in thh ovant. I grn perrouon tor any iw day photoi to bo ud for pranotnml purposei. ISignBvro : . : '. 1 8 PorentGoontor, if under H ' ; '. "'"bbJi UNCLASSiriEDS cost onlv 300vhf?n vou Advertise one "For Sale" item only per od. Include the price in your od. Do not advertise o service or run on od of commercial nature. Mail or bring your od to the Sun Classified Ad Dept.-no , phone calls. . Resubmit your ad each week - no multiple runs. Send or bring cash or check no billing on this EXTRA special offer. Make sure your od is in our hands before 10 A.M. on Monday to assure its publication that week. Any od with on asking price of J 1 ,000 or more costs $4.00. ji a . i , a ju ; si a ; s r- s ' in m m ui ui , : IW htMkalk Mail or Deliver your ad to IXTRfl P.O. Box 2300, I Kentucky Ave., Paducah, Ky. 42002-2300 WW 40 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlas Supreme, runs good, $350. 443-5357. 2 SETS of new 15" tires w less than 1,000 miles on them, $300 for both sets. Call after 5pm, 443-5929. SPORT Coot, brown, 42. Sport coat, dk. green, 42. . Pants, 40", best quality, like new, $25 eo. 442-4083. QUEEN sleeper sofa, excel-u coikjitkjri, Oetye plaia, contemporary style, $275. 1977 CHEVY Monte Carlo, pwr.,' air, looks, runs & drives good, $750. No checks. 898-6894. 1972 TROTWOOD 21' fully self-contained camper, air, good, clean condition, $1,700 443-4438. CAMPER stove, works like new, 3 burner with oven, $150.443-9732. SWEDESUN 2000, tanning bed, home model, exc. cond., $600,354-8491. EXTRA nice single bed, like new, box springs & mattress included, $50 firm. 443-0938. NICE 3 BR home in country, on 3V4 acres, $29,900. 851-3834. 1981 HONDA 3 wheeler 250R, 5 spd $295. No checks. 898-6894. CAMPER gas & electric refrigerator, $200. 443-9732. GOOD Maytag washer, $50. No checks. 898-6894. 50 GAL. elec. water heater, exc. cond., $40. 554-1269. 0j !!?,J CHANNEL 2 5 30 - Access to Fitness 9 45 - Access to Fitness 6 30 -Exposure by Express 10 45 - PCC Graduation '89 THURSDAY 8 15 - Block Perspective 1 1 45 Reflections 6 00-Eyeon Arts 8 45 - Eye on Arts JUNE 7 8 30 - Executive Profile 9 1 5 Aging Concerns 8 00 Living and Learning 900 - NASA Presents 9 45 - Access to Fitness 8 30 - Community Showcase 9 30 - Access to Fitness 10:45 Exposure by Express 9:30 - Access to Fitness 10 30 - Block Perspective MONDAY 10 30 - Graduation '89 1 1 00 - Video Press 8 00 - Block Perspective 1 1 :30 Reflections 11 30 - Deportment of Social 8 30 - Eye on Arts 12 00 - Poducoh-2 Billboard Services - 9 00 Aging Concerns 4:00 Eye On Arts 12:00 - Poducoh 2Billboord 9 30 - Access to Fitness 430 - Executive Profile 4:00 - Reflections 10 30 - Exposureby Express 5:00 NASA Presents 4 30 - Community Showcase 12:00 - Poducah-2 Billboard 5:30 - Access to Fitness 5:30 - Access to Fitness 4:00 - Tot School 6 30 - Black Perspective 6:30 UK Roundtoble 4 30 - Education Notebook 7 00 - Video Press 7:00 - Air Brush Demonstration 5:00 Community Showcase 7 30 Special Needs Adoption 7:30 - Living and Leorning 6:00 A World of Donee 8:15 - Eyeon Arts 8 15- Reflections ' 8: 1 5 - Tot School 8 45 - Executive Profile 8 45 - Community Showcase 8 45 - Education Notebook 9:45 - Access to Fatness 9:45 - Access to Fitness 9: 1 5 - Community Showcase 10:45 - Block Perspective 10:45 -UK Roundtoble 10:15 - A World of Dance 11:15 Video Press 1 1 : 1 5 Air Brush Demonstration 1 1 :45 Special Needs Adoption-11:45 -Living and Learning TUESDAY CHANNEL 1 1 800 -Tot School FRIDAY 8 30 -Education Notebook THURSDAY 8 00 - Reflections 9 00 - Community Showcase 6:00 - Main Street Project Public 8:30 - Community Showcase 10 00 - A World of Donee Meeting 930-Access to Fitness 1200 - Poducoh TwoBillboard MONDAY 10:30 UK Roundtoble 4:00 - Living ond Learning 6:00 - D.A.R.E. Graduation 1 1 :00 - Air Brush Demonstration 4 30 - Community Showcase ' 6:30 - For Your Information 11:30 - Living and Learning 5:30 - Access to Fitness 7:00 - Paducah Planning 12:00 - Paducah-2Billboord , 6 30 - PCC Graduation '89 Commission Meeting (live) 4:00 - Black Perspective 7:30 -, Reflections TUESDAY 4:30 - Eyeon Arts 8:15 - Living and Learning 6:00 - Main Street Project Public 5 00 - Aging Concerns 8 45 - Community Showcase Hearing .... i. ; "in. ' r"rr y y 1 44E-XTHA (502 443-9872) 24-HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE I would just like to comment that we live in the Great Oaks subdivision. A lot of people are working on houses. Some need repairs and different things and the road department is working on ditches and things, and a lot of people are parking in the road. No matter which side of your driveway they park on, it's an inconvenience if you've got someone coming and going out of your driveway. It's almost impossible to get in or get out. I think it's real inconsiderate. I would like to SOUND OFF about a very important issue: day care centers. My daughter attends a nice day care facility two days a week. Prior to starting day care in February, she had never been seriously ill. Since that time, she has had several illnesses. When I expressed my concern to the director about so many sick children being allowed to attend, she Kir J 4Vn, rtrtf m-tlir vA)"MMfA'4 lnor tn tuifnaway children who were running tcvcia. Li qucotiuiuiig uuiei" uay care directors, I was told the same thing. Being quite unhappy with such loose laws, I checked with the state licensing and regulations board and found this not to be the case. In fact, the state mandates that any child showing any signs of communicable illness may not be permitted on the premises, and any child becoming ill there must be picked up immediately by their parents. However, this regulation is not being enforced. The blame lies both on the "caregivers and the parents. The caregivers need to uphold the law and run clean, healthy centers. Parents need to respect these laws. Don't take your sick child to a day care center where it will certainly infect other children. I personally do not take my child when she is sick in order not to infect other children. Therefore, I would like to urge other parents to do the same in order to protect my child and other healthy children who are there. If you are a working parent, surely you know there are going to be days that your child is going to be sick. You should be responsible enough to arrange for a back-up sitter, or stay at home with that child yourself. This is a community problem. Everyone, parents, caregivers, employers, doctors, and government are going to have to work together to create and keep our day care centers the safest, cleanest, and best environments they can possibly be. I hope other parents are as concerned with this situation as I am. Please SOUND OFF. Would the young couple who purchased our white deep freeze please contact us. You forgot your key. r The kids in the Paducah area need all the help we can get to grant there dreams if they are sick. I just saw Terry Mike Jeffery on ABC and he was great. He should play all three Elvises. I'd like to see him portray Rick Nelson in a similar show. ' This Doem is to the senior graduates of Heath High School, ms. low may think you're leaving your friends, But this poem is dedicated to you: Together, forever, . Never apart. Maybe in distance, But never in heart. I congratulate the 1989 Heath graduates and wish them a special and beneficial year. I want to thank the nice lady who turned in a purse she found in a Kroger's basket outside of the store. May she receive a special blessing for this. Thanks again. Keep your lakes clean. Forest Service, US.D.A. 3

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