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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, August 27, 2015 MISSISSIPPI'S OLDEST NEWSPAPF.R - E~aMi~ked 1824 00 i elmblitan Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Andrew J. Lewis ....................................... Publisher/Editor Lili R, Lewis ...................... Associate Editor/Adv. Manager Frances C. Devening ......................................... Typesetter Kathleen Geter Daly ........................................ Bookkeeper THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN (USPS NO. 462-260) is published weekly on Thursdays. Subscriptions: $28.00 per year in Wilkinson County, $30.00 per year outside Wilkinson County & in Miss., and $32.00 per year outside Mississippi. 50 per copy. Office located 425 Depot Street, Woodville, MS 39669. Telephone (601) 888-4293, FAX (601) 888- 6156. Email: wrepublican@bellsouth.net. Periodicals Post- age Paid at Woodville, MS 39669. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN P.O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669-0696. The individuals' names listed below have paid a fee to have their names listed in this weekly column. The names of candidates who have qualified to run the the Democratic First Primary Election will ap- pear on the Tuesday, Au- gust 4, 2015 ballot. Ifa run- off is needed, the Second Primary Election will be held three weeks later on Tuesday, August 24, 2015. This column does not nec- essarily indicate these are the only candidates running in each race. (I) Incumbent SHERIFF Reginald L. Jackson (I) TAX ASSESSOR Jeremy "Jarrod" Ephion (I) SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION Kimberly Jackson CHANCERY CLERK Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. (I) CIRCUIT CLERK J Lynn Tolliver-Delaney (I) SUPERVISOR 4TH DIST. Kenyon (Sam) Jackson (I) JUSTICE COURT JUDGE EAST DISTRICT Ernest H. "Emie" Smith (I) JUSTICE COURT JUDGE WEST DISTRICT Lee O. Dixon CONSTABLE WEST DIST. Willie "Chilly Willie" Thompson (I) The following candi- dates have announced their intention to seek office as independent candidates in the Wilkinson County Gen- eral Election which will be held on Tuesday, Novem- ber 3, 2015. Individuals listed below have paid a fee to be listed in this column. This column does not necessarily indicate these are the only candi- dates running in each race. (I) Incumbent SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION Shemekia Lacey-Bailey Timothy T. Scott (I) SUPERVISOR 1ST DIST. Earnest Newman SUPERVISOR 2ND DIST. Marvin Tolliver SUPERVISOR 3RD DIST. Venton A. "Bubba" McNabb TAX ASSESSOR Wevlyn I. "Cookie" James SUPERVISOR 1ST DIST. Wil Seal (I) SUPERVISOR 2ND DIST. E. Kirk Smith A eolunm by Rev. Bobby Thornhill, Former Pastor CentrevlUe & White's Chapel United Methodist Churches Then He said, ffDo not draw near this place. Take your sandals off your feet, for the place where you stand is ho- ly ground." Exodus 3:5 NKJV) "Then all the people of the region of the Ger- asenes asked Jesus to leave them, because they were overcome with fear. So He got into the boat and left." Luke 8:37 (NIV) We know the story of Jesus casting out the de- mons from the man liv- ing in the tombs. We know that there were many de- mons, so many that the name Legion was used to indicate his terrible condi- tion. We also know that Jesus cast the demons into the herd (about 2000 Mark 5:13) of swine and that they drowned them- selves in the sea. All of these facts are gathered from a plain reading of the Scripture passages found in Matthew, Mark, and Luke. They also give us an indication of the fear that gripped the region around the tombs because of the possessed man; he was chained and impris- oned because of their fear, though he broke those bonds with ease; yet they continued to live in the midst of that fear. Now comes Jesus and removes the fear of the demoniac and the whole region gath- ers together and asks Him to leave. How can this be? These accounts give us graphic details of Je- sus overcoming the legion of demons by His spoken word; of the transforma- tion of the demoniac into a follower of Jesus. The truth is friends we are more afraid of Jesus' power to transform the evil in our lives than we are of that evil itself. For the most part we are content to live with our evils rather than allow Him to deliver and restore us so that we be- come (like the delivered de- moniac) followers of Jesus. The tragic ending to this passage is to be taken to heart by us all; when asked to leave, Jesus "got into the boat and left." Have we asked Him to leave our lives by our refusal to em- brace Him and His teach- ings? Are we more afraid of being transformed by His grace than of living in bondage to sin? Dr. Scott McCay On the morning of August 20, 2015, husband, father, and grandfather Thomas Scott McCay of Jackson passed away at home with his wife, Bettye, by his side. He was 86 years old. Dr. McCay was bern on August 4, 1929, in Utica, in Claiborne County, the second son of Mattie Ellis McLemore and Gadi Lure McCay. After graduating from Mis- sissippi College, he attended medical school at the Univer- sity of Mississippi from 1950- 51 and Johns Hopkins Uni- versity from 1951-53. Follow- ing an internship at Charity Hospital, New Orleans, La., he completed residency at the School of Aviation Medi- cine, USN. He served as a Flight Surgeon in the United States Navy, stationed in Ko- rea from 1955-1957. Dr. McCay began his ca- reer in Belzoni. As testament to the high regard patients felt for him, a notable num- ber of children bern in Bel- zoni during his tenure bear his name. After eight years of general practice, he returned to the University Medical Center for a radiology res- idency and became one of Mississippi's first board certi- fied radiologists. He worked at Saint Dominic Hospital in Jackson as a staff radiologist from 1968 until 1978 and as Chief of Radiology from 1978 until 1996. He also practiced at Mississippi Diagnostic Im- aging. Throughout his career he was active in the Mis- sissippi State Radiological Society and the American College of Radiology, serving as Journal Editor of the Mis- sissippi Radiological Society and as Mississippi Councilor to the American College of Radiology. He was honored as a Fellow of the American College of Radiology and was faithhfl in his service to this Society until his retirement. He was actively involved throughout his career in ra- diology education, serving as ClinicAl Instructor at UMMC from 1968-1996 and in the School of Radiology Technol- ogy at St. Dominic Hospital from 1968-78. Also active in the commu- nity, he served as a Rem- brandt contributer to the Mississippi Museum of Art, a host for the International Baltet*"Competition, ~ vol- unteer with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, and as Chairman of the Board of American Bank. He was a faithful member of the vestry at Saint Stephen's Reformed Episcopal Church. Dr. McCay was preceded in death by his brother Gadi Lum McCay, Jr., his sister, Martha Streibeck Broadus, and his first wife, Bonnie Barham McCay. Following her untimely passing, he married Bettye Higdon Mc- Cay, with whom he shared 35 years. He is survived by Bettye and their large blended fam- ily including children Barry McCay, Kim Simmons, Scott McCay, Jr., Kay McNabb and Jan McGraw; 12 grandchil- dren Haley McCay Arndt, Michelle McCay Richardson, Lauren MeCay Whitehead, Brad McCay, Kimberly Sim- mons McMullin, Elizabeth Clark Simmons, Melissa McNabb Dabagia, Corley McNabb Wicker, Venton "Beau" McNabb, Suzanne McGraw David, Emily Mc- Graw Vestal and Mary Margaret McGraw Boulton; 24 adored great grandchil- dren; a sister, Peggy McCay Harlow, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Visitation was held at Wright & Ferguson Funer- al Home, Highland Colony Parkway, on Tuesday, Au- gust 25, 2015, from 4:00 until 7:00 p.m. A memorial ser- vice was held Wednesday, August 26, 2015, for fam- fly and church members at Saint Stephens Reformed Episcopal Church, Flowood, at 11:00. Memorials may be made to Saint Stephen's Episco- pal Church, Saint Jude Chil- dren's Research Hospital or Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children. Kimberly Washington Funeral services for Kim- berly Diane Washington, 46, of Maywood, Illinois, were held at 11 a.m. on Satur- day, August 8, 2014, at St. Eulalia Church in Maywood, conducted by Reverend Mike Arkins. Burial followed in Oakridge Cemetery in Hill- Beverly R. Murray church activities. She was also active in the community with the Proviso East Pira- teers and the Pirates base- ball team. She was also a mentor at the Boys and Girls Club in Maywood. She married her husband, Xavier Washington, on Au- gust 26, 2007. They were married for eight years and had three children. She leaves to cherish her side, Illinois. Mrs. Washington was memories, her husband, bern on April 22, 1969, in Xavier Washington; chil- Maywood to McArthur anddren, Kyla, Re'Thaniel and Yolanda Scott. She died on Lazaria; one granddaughter; Friday, July 31, 2015. mother, Yolanda Scott; fa- She attended Garfield El- ther, McArthur Scott; sib- ementary School and gradu- lings, Randy Kern of Las ated from Proviso East High Vegas, Nevada, Shannon School in 1988. Brown, Tracy Scott, Gabriela . She donated her time to Lilly, Tamara Flowers; and St. Eulalia's Soup Kitchen a host of nieces, nephews, and participated in other other relatives and friends. ...... i"~ |'ii : '~]i CUnited ount Beverly Rose Murray, a longtime resident of Crosby, passed away on Monday, Au- gust 17, 2015, at her res> dence near Crosby. She was born in Monroe, La., on August 30, 1947, the daughter of Howard Rodgers and Julia Netterville Rodg- ers. Mrs. Murray was a home- maker and a member of the Hopewell Methodist Church. Survivors include one daughter, Belinda Murray Mann; three sons, Tommy Joe Murray, James Howard Murray and Nolan Murray III; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and four brothers, Charles Howard Rodgers, Jerry Wayne Rodg- ers, Julius Elbert Rodgers and Freddie Wayne Redgers. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Nolan Mur- ray, Jr. Visitation was held at Hopewell Methodist Church from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, August 19, and on Thursday, August 20, from 10 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 11 a.m. Services were conduct- ed by the Reverend Toby Jones. Interment followed in Hopewell Cemetery under the direction of Brown Fu- neral Home. ~i ..... iT l'1' ; i i '= Gibson Realty and Land Co. 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