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PAGE 2A - The Malakoff News - Wednesday, December 5, 2001 Community III 24 Hour Bond Service II II I Phone: 903-677-0666. Pager: 670-5910 I ..www ............ "1[ II MALAKOFFNE I,~~~~~~~~~~~~ySoM I t3AVERS GARAGE "Your CAR DOCTOR" 625 CRoss ROADS DRIVE Harold Rogers Memorial services for Harold Rogers, 70 of Tool, were at 11 a.m. November 28 at Tomlinson Funeral Home Chapel in Seven Points with Dr. Rocky Weatherford officiating under the direc- tion of Tomlinson Funeral Home of Seven Points. Mr. Rogers was born August 9, 1931 in Kankakee, Illinois and passed away November 22, 2001 in Dallas. He has lived in the lake area since 1983. He was married to the former Kathy Kuykendall. He was a retired Police Officer from Bell Gardens, Califomia and was presently employed by North American Se- curity as a security guard. He served in the United States Army. Survivors include his wife, Kathy Rogers of Tool; mother-in- law, Margaret Brown of Tool; children, Malissa Melrose of Tool; Leslie Larson of Tool and Jayson Larson of Tool; brothers, James Rogers and wife Lanny of California and A1 Rogers and wife Lanita of Dallas; grandson, Cameron Larson; one niece and 4 8 9-116 nephew and numerous friends and relatives. Mary Angeline Sheffield Services for Mary Angeline Sheffield, 72 of Mabank, were at 11 a.m. December 1 at Eubank Memorial Chapel in Mabank with Dr. Rocky Weatherford officiating. Interment followed at Cedar Creek Memorial Park in Mabank under the direction of Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home of Mabank. Mrs. Sheffield was born November 27, 1928 in Irving and passed away November 28, 2001 in Athens. Previously of Irv- ing, she had lived in Mabank for 25 years and was member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary in Seven Points. She loved flowers, plants, working in her yard, and was an avid fisherman. Mrs. Sheffield loved the time she spent with her dog 14sty who will miss her very much. Survivors include her loving husband, Billy B. Sheffield of Mabank; sons, Billy Craig Sheffield of Stephenville and Stephen Allen Sheffield and wife, Mickie of Fairfield; granddaughter, Traci Anderson of Arlington and great grandson, Devon Anderson of Arlington ...... William Louis "Smokey" Stover, Sr. Services for William Louis "Smokey" Stover, Sr., were at 1 p.m. December 1 at Tool Cemetery with VFW Chaplain Lloyd Baldwin officiating under the direction of Tomlinson Funeral Home of Seven Points. The VFW Honor Guard of District 30 will provide Military Honors. Mr. Stover was bom January 29, 1923 in Dallas to the late . oF00Y00Eyes Frank M. and Henrietta Arning Stover and passed away at the in Dallas:yq 297:mokey re- ti.rff!, a(ter 24 1/2 ye i!s ,i,ih3;Department as a driv'er. He served in the M'nes-tnn'g Wofld: He was a member of the VFW of Seven Points and was of the Methodist faith. He moved to Tool from Dallas 25 years ago. He was pre- ceded in death by his parents, Frank M. and Henrietta Aming Stover; son, Michael Lewis Stover; former wife, Pat and sev- ern brothers and sisters. Survivors include his wife, Katie Lee Hannah Stover of Tool; children, Harry Stover of Dallas; Paula Berley of Eustace; W.L. "Bubba" Stover, Jr. of West Tawakoni and Benjamin Logan Sto- ver of Arlington; sisters, Helen and Eileen; seven grandchildren; six great grandchildren and his former wife Juanita. ! I ! tJ I "'You can train a mule to run in the Kentucky Derby, but he won't win." Antiques on RoyaU You can build with materials other than b_dck but you'll lose. ......................... AC M E d I BRICKI Since 1891 The Best Thing to Have Around Your House Texas Clay Plant 903-753-2679 / 903-489-1331 Edna "Lois" Lewis Services for Edna "Lois" Lewis, 90 of Mabank, were at 10 a.m. December 5 at Eubank Memorial Chapel in Mabank with Rev. Ted Eaton and Rev. Irvan Anthony officiating. Interment followed at Oaklawn Cemetery in Mabank under the direction of Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home of Mabank. Mrs. Lewis was born October 29, 1911 in Tool and passed away December 1,2001 in Dallas. She was a homemaker. Pre- viously of Dallas she had lived in Mabank for 40 years and was a member of the Providence Baptist Church in Tool, She re- ceived her teaching degree from ETSU and she took care of her grandchildren whom she loved very much. She was preceded in death by her husband, Herman Lewis; father, William B. Snowden and mother, Addie (Peavy) Snowden. Survivors include her sons, Mickey Don Lewis of Mabank and Jerry William Lewis of Tyler; sisters-in-law, Willie Joe Jor- dan of Mabank and Jeri Snowden of Shreveport, LA; five grand- children and six great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Scott Ham, Bobby Ham and Jim Nichols. Honorary Pallbearers were Kevin Lewis, Robert Lewis and Stewart Lewis. Memorials may be made to Providence Baptist Church, 1016 Church Road, Tool, Texas 75143. John L. Byrne, Jr. Services for John L. Byme, Jr., 74 of Malakoff, were at 1:30 p.m. December 5 at Eubank Memorial Chapel in Mabank with Rev. Glen Blackmon officiating. Military graveside services fol- lowed in Cedar Creek Memorial Park at Mabank under the di- rection of Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home of Mabank. Mr. Byme was born April 6, 1927 in Shamrock to John and Alice (Mann) Byme and passed away December 2,2001 in Ath- ens. Previously of Grand Prairie, he had lived in Mabank for 22 years. He was a member of he VFW in Seven Points and High- lands Christian Church in Arlington. Mr. Byme graduated from West Texas State University in Canyon and retired in 1980 from the IRS. Mr. Byme was a veteran of the US Army. Survivors include his wife, Lena Byme of Mabank; son, David Byme of Mabank; grandson, Austin Byme of Mabank; seven grandchildren; three great grandchildren; sister, Eleanor Griener of Plainview; stepdaughters, Debbie Myers of Mabank; Pamela Forrester of Jefferson and Carol Dolan of Arlington. Log Cabin Cantmued fiom page00 lA ing with gale force winds through the community is a report that the city has agreed to a $100,000 settle- ment of the suit. Acting Mayor Gunnels denied that any such agreement had been approved by the city council. Bothwell has been the ob- ject of controversy on sev- eral fronts. He is accused of being a free-spender of the city's funds. He is the prin- cipal architect of the city's ambitious plan to annex large subdivisions abutting the city limits, a move that has brought promises of more ation plan. "Some folks over there are running scared be- cause of that $3 Million suit", he said. At a meeting of the Coun- cil Tuesday evening, the Council was expected to name an outsider to the Mayor's post. It was earlier decided to name Council member Brenda Strickland to fill out Callahan's unexpired term. But an opinion of the state succession laws indi- cated it was not required to move a Council member into the slot.. That was a relief to Strickland, who didn't want to lose her voting rights on the _ 1 a W s u_its__ i f__p_9.r s_ ue_d,__A__n d__ Coun.c.il,. The_ m ay_or o_n! acts there have been questions about the need for his City Administrator's job at all. A former City Council member, who resigned earlier this year over displeasure with Bothwell's administration, said "A city of 700 people to break ties on issues. The qualifications for the Mayor's position is one year's residence in Log Cabin and being a registered voter. Councilman J.D. Helton, who is also the community's fire chief, was rumored to be in- terested in the job, but he has I" --" '-- ---- --' --' "-- " "-- "-- '--  --' " m "-- --" "-- --" --' m  doesn't need a City Admin- i Start my subscnpaon. I istratr''' CharlieHayesalso been the sole dissenter predicted that Bothwell's de- against Bothwell's reign and ! Please send parture will also mean the that has cost him majority me a one-year subscription ! -- to The MalakoffNews. I end of his ambitious annex- support on the Council. [  [-]Yes, I want to subscribe ] I 00Please re-new my subscription I  Name:. [  Address: I LORETrAHUMBLE, IIBLISHER ' [ , BANFA FTRADA, PRODUCTION MANAGER l ..... I CINDY DOZE OFFICE MANAGER State:  Zip: [ ,MARY ERfi'DUNN, AD REP.:  ITSyexai 72248h9;JbsTrx iidrea5y$:uts::yTTxas:aknNEnH:wd5rs asEnpe:ih-$at2;! Texas 75148. POSTMASTER: Self address changes to: The MalakoffNews, EO. Box 509, Makoff, Texas 75148. " Any erroneous reflect'ion upon tlcharacter, standing or reputation of any person, firm, or corpotion which may appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly cor- of the publisher. I The Malakoff New: I P.O. Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 I 903-489-0531 I I ml I I I I I I i I I ill III I I I l I