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The Leaf-Chronicle from Clarksville, Tennessee • 11

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Thursday, December 31, 1992 The Leaf-Chronicle, Clarksvllle, Tenn. PageA11 Paris Company I Provide Ball Caps For Inauguration i than $20 for each cap, he said. Nash, who moved his plant from Nashville to Paris in 1989, said he would begin 24-hour operation immediately to meet the demand of the inaugural committee. The plant employs about 30 people. One or two more will be added for this job, he said.

Nash said the caps will be made of black cotton twill. One will bear a color embroidered picture of the nation's Capitol in a circle surrounded by the words "Inauguration of President and Vice President." Below the Capitol is an eagle with a banner flying to the left with Clinton's name on it and a banner to right with Gore's name on it. The year 1993 is stitched below the official logo. A second cap is being made for sale in Tennessee. It also will be of black cotton.

It will feature a color embroidered picture of the American eagle in a circle with the names Clinton above and Gore below. PARIS, Tenn. (AP) Ronnie Nash couldn't keep it under his hat any longer. Nash's Custom Stitches will be the sole provider of ball caps to sell at the inauguration of Bill Clinton and Tennessean Al Gore as president and vice-president. "We were just sitting around last summer doing little or no business when we shipped off three styles to the Clinton people in Little Rock, Nash said Tuesday.

"They liked them, and we ended up producing about 32,000 for the Clinton campaign. "Now the Inaugural Commemorative Committee has told us to produce as many more as possible between now and Jan. 20. 1 estimate we'll be able to make between 9,000 and 1 0,000." The caps will be sold in Washington for $2 5 or $30 each. The inauguration committee gets a percentage of the proceeds and has instructed Nash not to take less i 1.

1 Clinton, Gore Hometowns Plan Postal Inauguration Souvenirs WASHINGTON (AP) Post offices in Washington, D.C., Hope, and Carthage, will offer special Inauguration Day envelope cancellations, providing souvenirs of the Jan. 20 event for the cost of a stamp. The hand cancellations will be available at the main post offices in the nation's capital, Bill Clinton's birthplace of Hope and Carthage, the home of Vice President-elect AlGore. Anyone presenting an envelope with 29-cent postage or a postcard with 19-cent postage can receive a cancellation with a picture of the Capitol and the words, "Inauguration Day." The name of the city will be in the traditional cancellation stamp circle, with the date, the location of the post office and the zip code. Hope, in addition, is offering a separate local cancellation that has a map of Arkansas, with the word "birthplace," and a quote from Clinton: "I still believe in a place called Hope." Those ordering by mail should address envelopes to themselves or others, affix the postage and mail them in a stamped envelope'to the postmaster of the city.

Those writing to Hope must specify the national or local design. All orders must be received on or before Feb. 19. The zip codes are: Hope 71801-9998 and Carthage 37030-9998. Red Cross To Close Final Florida Hurricane Service Center i I i rr mi a ma He said the machine costs $150 to $175.

Maldonado, who moved his wife and four children into a trailer while his Princeton house is being rebuilt, said the Red Cross response went beyond his expectations. "Before, my opinion of the Red Cross was they were just going to come in and give us used clothing and canned food," he said. The relief agency pulled out its last two mobile feeding vehicles last week. It served 4.7 million meals through 4 1 fixed sites and 85 mobile units, Swenson said. The Red Cross also distributed 42,448 comfort kits containing toothbrushes, soap and other essential toiletries.

It made 9,031 disaster welfare inquiries for people who couldn't reach friends or relatives after the hurricane. MIAMI (AP) The American Red Cross is1 closing its last Hurri--cane Andrew disaster service center this week, five months after the storm devastated southern Florida. "It doesn't mean we are pulling up stakes," spokesman Erick Swenson said Wednesday. "It just means we are consolidating relief efforts. It's really critical to get across that we are not out of the game." The last of 20 service centers closes Thursday at Berkshire High School in Homestead, one of the cities hardest hit when the.

hurricane crashed ashore Aug. 24. People requesting assistance after Thursday are asked to phone. A toll-free number is available in the region. The Red Cross has helped nearly 60,000 families and spent more than $63 million on south Florida relief and recovery, Swenson said.

Buckets Of Fun Maria Jordan 21 months old, struggles to pick up all the toy buckets from the Boulevard Child Enrichment Center Tuesday in Anderson, S.C. Maria and her classmates were out on the playground for their recreation period when she decided to help out. Husband Holds Onto Hope As Search Continues For Wife The storm killed 41 people and caused more than $20 billion in damage in southern Florida. The Red Cross centers provided storm victims with counseling, financial assistance and help in locating relatives. The Red Cross issued $46 million in vouchers for food, clothing and other goods, Swenson said.

Highway patrolman Aristides Maldonado 33, said his 14-year-old stepson, Miguel Rodriguez, would have died without the financial assistance. "The kid is asthmatic and needs a machine sometimes to breath," Maldonado said. "We lost that machine in the storm. Basically, he can't live without it and we couldn't pay for its replacement." The Red Cross provided Maldonado with a machine that uses steam to help open up his stepson's breathing passages during an asth ing that honors have to be earned, as part ofhis vision of a classless society. Although many honors are currently earned through merit, others are' awarded to loyal contributors to the governing party.

The only life peerage among the 1 ,000 awards given out this year was won by Shirley Williams, a founder and former president of the centrist Social Democratic Party which has since merged into the Liberal Democrats. She married American historian Richard Neustadt in 1987 and lives in Boston. Frost, who started his TV career 30 years ago, will be called Sir David Honors: It's Now Sir David Frost And Dame Catherine Cookson Vv .4 V'- A. AP Photo there would be no questions. I would hug her." Lund's children also remain hopeful that they'll see their mother again.

"My little girl goes to her mother's picture and says, 'My Mommy's coming home Lund said, staring into the night sky. The couple met an arcade while they were in high school in northern Indiana. Their seven-year anniversary will be on Jan. 1 2. Lund said he was pleased with the help he had received from both the Clarksville Police and Fort Campbell officials.

"It seems like everybody from the privates to the generals have shown concern," Lund said. "It's remarkable." Lund said he had one message forhiswife. "Sue, if you read the newspaper, come home real "We all miss you and love you." Erin. Robert Schutz Robert N. Schutz, 56, 967 Grat-ton Road, died Wednesday, Dec.

30, 1992, at Clarksville Memorial Hospital. Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday at McReynolds-Nave Larson Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the funeral home. Lucille Vanleer Lucille Vanleer, 87, Cunningham, died Tuesday, Dec.

29, 1992, at Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Hooker Funeral Home. PA "New Years Eve" start, drop by 0808 CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE 11 12 1 i after receiving his knighthood. "It's the most wonderful surprise that I have had," he said. 'To be honored this way in mid-career is just terrific." For Welsh-born Hopkins, the Oscar-winning star who played psycho killer Hannibal Lecter in "The Silence of The Lambs," the knighthood was a special birthday present.

He turns 55 on Thursday. Ms. Cookson, the 86-year-old best-selling author of 90 books who is often described as the queen of romantic fiction, said she was "over the moon" at being made a dame, the female equivalent of a knight. detected by someone who went to check on the couple, Scillian said. Scillian said there was no evidence of forced entry into the trailer, with the front and back doors locked and secured with chains.

A small dog was found alive in the trailer. Johnson was employed as a counselor at the Earl C. Clements Job Corps Center in Morganfield, while Sanders was unemployed, officials said. LONDON (AP) Britain knighted TV personality David Frost and Oscar-winning actor Anthony Hopkins Thursday and honored a Hong Kong laundryman in what is expected to be the last unrestricted New Year's honors ceremony. Queen Elizabeth U's list, compiled by the government, also recognized novelist Catherine Cookson; author and critic Sir Victor S.

Pritchett; Britain's Olympic medalists, Oscar-winning composer Malcolm Arnold and Welsh soprano Margaret Price. Prime Minister John Major is expected to overhaul the honors system early in the New Year, emphasiz 2 Found Dead HOPKINSVILLE, Autopsies are scheduled this week in Louisville on two badly decomposed bodies found Wednesday in a mobile home, authorities said. James Johnson, 52, and Janice Sanders, 41, apparently had been dead for five or six days, according to Christian County Coroner Dorris Lamb. Lamb said there were no signs of trauma to either of the bodies. "Right now, we're kind of baffled as to the cause of the deaths," In Trailer; Cause Unknown "We still have nothing positive," Pectol said.

"We just need one phone call." Paul Lund, 27, the husband, is a specialist serving with the 3 1 1 Military Intelligence Battalion. The four-year Army veteran had just reenlisted for three years before he came to Fort Campbell last month after serving a tour in Germany. He said he was due to go back for more job training before going to Korea. "It seemed like things were falling into perspective," Lund said, speaking slowly as he smoked a cigarette. Now Lund said he and his chiU dren face an uncertain future.

"I'm hopeful," he said. "You've got to be as hopeful as you can possibly be in a situation like this. You also have to be prepared for the worst because if it happens you have to be prepared. "I hope she comes, home real soon. If I were to come back home and she were sitting on the couch, today at Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home.

He was bom March 28, 1 9 14, in Montgomery County, a son of Joe Lyle and Annie Lyle Lyle. He was afarmer. Survivors include his wife, Athe-ria Rives Lyle, Palmyra, and a sister, Jo Anna Wickham, Cunningham. Pallbearers will be Paul Clark, Newell Jarman, George Nolan, Earl Byard, Darrell Seiver and J.D. Collins.

Calvin Phillips Calvin Nesbitt Phillips, 57, died Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1992, at General Hospital, Nashville, after a sudden illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Nave Funeral Home, 'A BEFORE your festivities 647 KMTT STREET Christian County Sheriff Tom Scil-lian noted. Scillian said the couple who shared the trailer were found together in a bed. They were last, seen alive by neighbors on.

Christ-masEve. "Apparently, these people died sometime Dec. 24 or early on Dec. 25," Scillian said. The owner of the trailer park Frank Christopher called authorities around 9:30 a.m.

CST Wednesday after a foul odor was MV By LEE ELDER Of The Leaf-Chronicle Staff Paul Lund stood in front of his porch Wednesday night, carefully choosing his words as he described how he and his three children hold onto hope for the safe return of his pregnant wife who has been missing for a week. Authorities are still baffled about the disappearance of Susan H. Lund, 25. She vanished Christmas Eve after she left on foot from her house at 177 Harrier Court about 7:30 p.m. to buy groceries at the Tradewinds Shopping Center.

Capt. Doug Pectol, who heads the Clarksville Police Department's detectives division, said police are making checks in the couple's home state of Police have received several reports of sightings. Eight calls Wednesday placed Mrs. Lund both here and in Nashville, but police have no solid leads. Obituaries Anne Lewis Anne L.

Lewis, 77, Allensville, died Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1992, at Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Hopkinsville, Ky. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Cook-Webb Funeral Home in Guthrie, with the Rev. John Ford "officiating.

Burial will be in Belmont Cemetery in Allensville. She was bom Sept. 30, 1915, in Trenton, a daughter of Robert Powers and Laura Terrell Powers. She was a member of Guthrie United Methodist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include her husband, Scott Lewis, Allensville, and two sisters, Cora Lee Payne, Allensville, and Mattie Ruth Jackson, Pekin, 111.

William Lyle William OliverXyle, 78, 2750 Lyle Hollow Road, Palmyra, died Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1992, at his home after an extended illness. The funeral will be at 1 0 a.m. Friday at Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home with the Rev. David Hoffman and Bud Sherrill officiating.

Burial will be at Rives Cemetery. Visitation will be after 5 p.m. f5 Card of Thanks To everyone that shared with us In our grief over the loss of our daughter Donna Lynn Cooper. To Rev. Everette Jenkins, Rev.

W.B. Kirby. Rev. Alvin Oldham and Rev. John Carter.

We appreciate everything you did. May Cod bless all of iou Reo. Mrs. Cary Elliott and family 7 yj lz Sir for our Great Mexican Food i 9 5pm to 9pm (Thurs 12-31) 5pm to 9pm (Fri Sat) i. V..

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