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)sl ,ell [r~ N mt vi. @ the church one hour prior to the services at the church. Pallbearers were Wayne Caul, Clarence Bowler, Judge Booker, Mike Harshall and Clifford Baber. MATTIE B. LEFTRIDGE Mrs. Mattie B. Leftridge 88, died Sun. Sept. 2, in a Summers County care center, following a long illness. ; Mrs. LeftTidge was born Dec. 23, 1901 in Alabama. She was preceded in death by her -husband, George W. Leftridge, May - "1987. Survivors include four sons, Dick . ~Leftridge of Morgantown, Ernest 'Edward Leftridge of Rome, N.Y., :James W. Leftridge of Hinton, and :George Leftridge, Jr. of Bakersfield, :'Calif.; six daughters, Mary Ruth ; -Allen of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mattie Sue 'Nelson of Leesburg, Ohio, Shirley ~Le .t~'dge.o[Br~lyn, N.Y,, ~tie 'Joe Leftridge of Oxen Hill, Md., ~Jacqueline Bower of New Carlton, Md., and Dorothy Booker of Capitol Heights, Md. Services were held Fri. Sept. 7 at - 11 a.m. at the Camon Baptist Church '* at Hinton with the Revs. Billy Gal- "loway and Nathaniel Johnson offici- ating. Burial followed in the Hilltop : Cemetery at Hinton. The body was at the E. M. Mead- i ows Funeral Home in Hinton and at GAY O. DICK Ms. Gay O. Dick, 53, formerly of Hinton, died Sat. Sept. 8 at 12:30 p.m., in a Danbury hospital, follow- ing a short illness. Born Feb. 19, 1937, at Hinton, she JAMES W. LILLY wasthe daughterofMrs.VirgieDick James William (Willie) Lilly, 93, Ballengee of Hinton, and the late of Daniels, died Mon. Sept. 3, at Dewey Dick. Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlor12:50 a.m., in a Beckley hospital in Hinton is in charge of the arrange- following a long illness. Born June 29, 1897, in Summers meats. County, he was the son of the late PHILLIP N. KELLY Lensey and Regina C. Lilly. Mr. Lilly was a retired carpenter Phillip Nicky Kelly, 38, formerly and a member of the Daniels Bible of Summers County, died Thurs., Church. Sept. 6, in Summersville, following short illness. He was preceded in death by his Born Apr. 1, 1952, in Summers first wife, Lessie Lilly in 1979; his County, he was the adopted son of second wife, Tessie Worley Lilly in OraMaude Kelly ofMeadow Creek.1989; five brothers and three sis- Mr. Kelly was a Navy veteran and ters. a construction worker. Survivors include four sons, Wil- Other survivors include his fa- liam Denzil Lilly of Hawkinsville, ther, Walter J. Smith of Meadow Ga., Berndel and Neville Lilly, both Creek;twodaughters, Stephanieand of Flat Top and James E. Lilly of Nicole Kelly, beth of Cleveland, Ohio, Ghent; four daughters, Zelda Bone and three brothers, Danny Smith of of Shady Spring, Eunice MacDonald Columbus, Ohio, David Smith ofof Lorain, Ohio, Serilla Dun of Columbia, S.C., and Jerome Smith Medina, Ohio and Iris June Cooper of Galveston, Texas. of Flat Top; two step-sons, Lafon Services were held Sun. Sept. 10 Worley of Daniels and Delmas Wor- at 2 p.m. at the E. M. MeadowsleyofCleveland, Ohio; 24 grandchil- Funeral Home in Hinton with the dren, and 28 great-grandchildren. F )~. Jimmy Jones officiating. Bur- Services were held Wed. Sept. 5 ial fbllowed in the Hilltop Cemetery at 11 a.m. at the Rose and Quesen- in Oak Hill. berry Peace Chapel in Beckley with The body was at the E. M. Mead- Pastor Don Pfleger and the Rev. ows Funeral Home in Hinton. Oppie Lilly officiating. Burial fol- PallbearerswereHobertandTheo lowed in the Blue Ridge Memorial Adkins, Charles Richmond, DaleGardens at Prosperity. Shaffer, Ralph Kelly and Gary Grandsons served as pallbearers. Moten. MARY L. SURBAUGH Mrs. Mary Louise Surbaugh, 87, died Thurs. Sept. 6, in a Summers County hospital, following a long illness. Born Dec. 12, 190~, she was the daughter of the late William and Betty Wolridge Zickafoose. Mrs. Surbaugh was a homemaker and a member of the Meadow Grove Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Russell Surbaugh in Sept. of 1989. Survivors include a daughter, Lave tta Douthat of Pearisburg, Va.; three sons, Russell Surbaugh of Ripplemead, Va., Robert Surbaugh of Check, Va. and Howard Surbaugh of Grassy Meadows; a stepmother, Stella Zickafoose of Rainelle; three haltbrothere, Morgan Zickafoose of Lake, Shedrick Zickafoose of Indi- ana and Elbert Zickafoose of Michi- gan; five halfsisters, Irma Felts and Aretta Delmas, both of Meadow Bridge, Ethel Zickafoose of New Brunswick, N. J., Ruby Holliday of Crawley and Nina Emmerling of Germany; eight grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. Services were held Sun. Sept. 10 Civil Service For the Hinton partment will be Fri- 21st. at 7:00 P.M. City Hall. Equal Opportunity Employer ON THE HINTON BY-PASS HOME OF THOSE DELICIOUS HOT DOGS We offer a f.ull breakfast menu. large select,on of tasty sandwmhes an(] chome droners. Our salads and desserts are made fresh daily. NEW HOURS OPEN DAILY 6 am to 10:00 pm Breakfast 6:00 to 11:30 am Phone 466-1700 Below Bluestone Dam Tues. Sept. 1 I, 1990 Hinton News - 3 Historic Preservation Tax Law Passed In W.Va. at 2:30 p.m. at the Smathers Fu- By Michael Gioulus, Historic neral Home Chapel in Rainelle with Preservation Architect the Revs. C. H. Martin and Leroy The 1990 W.Va. Legislature Crane officiating. Burial followed in passed a tax incentive bill for re- the Wallace Memorial Cemetery at habilition of historic income produc- Clintonville. ingproperties. The measure, SB545, The body was at the Smathers allows for a 10% credit for rehabili- Funeral Home Chapel in Rainelle. tationofhistoricbuildings.Thecredit mirrors the federal tax credit so all ALVIN M. WARD of the requirements are identical. Alvin'Bud'M. Ward, 51, formerly Many people were involved in the of Summers County, died Fri. Sept. successful legislation including the 7, in a Cuyhoga Falls hospital, fol- Task Force for Historic Preserva- lowing a long illness. tion, Preservation Alliance ofW. Va., Born March 26, 1939, at Hix, he and a number of legislators. was the son of the late Hobart and In short, the credits are available Julia Ward. for properties that are listed indi- Mr. Ward had been a resident of vidually on the National Register of Cuyhoga Falls since 1965. Historic Places or are within a his- Survivors include his wife, Mary toric district that is listed on the Foster Ward at home; a sen, Stacy National Register and are consid- Ward at home; a daughter, Sonya ered contributing structures in that Ward of Cuyhoga Falls; a stepdaugh- hietoric district. The property must ter, ArleneFosterofLewisburg;four be depreciable as defined by IRS brothers, Norman Ward of Cleve- rules; in other Words, it must be land, Ohio, ElmerWardofNewYork, income producing. You must also Moses Ward of Virginia, and Arthur spend at least $5,000 or the adjusted Ward of Hix, and a grandchild, basis of the building, whichever is GravesideserviceswereheldMon. greater. The adjusted basis is de- Sept. 10 at 11 a.m. at the Ward fined as the purchase minus the Family Cemetery at Hix with the value of the land minus any depre- Rev. Eddie Johnson officiating, ciation already taken. The body was at the Ronald Thecreditscanbeappliedagainst Meadows Funeral Parlor in Hinton. income tax that the taxpayer, indi- vidual, or corporation owes the state. ATTENTION ALL BLINDED In other words, if the project re- VETERANS habilititation cost $i00,000 then the Now forming W.Va. Regional credit is $10,000 and your income Blinded Veterans Organization. tax bill is reduced by that much. If Service connected or non service the credits cannot be used in the connected, first year the building is put into Please contact Orville Bragg,service, theycanbe"saved'andused Route 1, Box 10-A, Hinton or 304- 466-4802. q in following years up to 15 years after the buildingisin service. There are some additional restrictions on the type of income that the credits may be used against and other tech- nical IRS considerations. A tax ac- countant should be consulted. The application process should be the same as for the federal credits. Applications to certify that the struc- ture is significant ( part 1) and that the rehabilition meets the Secretary of the Interior's Standards ( part 2) are submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office, Division of Culture and History. They review the applications and forward them to the National Park Service, who has final approval on the projects. If you qualify for a federal credit, then you also qualify for a state one The federal credits are 20% for rehabilitation of income producing properties. etrac estaurant 400 Front Street 466-1600 OPEN: 11 am to 7 pm Serving Sandwiches, Subs, Pizza, Homemade Soups and Chili. Special - Lar 'e Piza $7.99 2 for 15.00 II11 lver , HONORING PASTOR The Camon Baptist Church will be honoring the Pastor and his mate, theReverendandMrs N J.Johnson on Sun. Sept. 16. The Reverend Mathew Saunders and choir of the Second Baptisu Church will be conducting the 11: A~M. worship service. The choir from the First Baptist Church of White Sulphur, W. Va., will present a Gospel Song concert at 4:00 P.M. The public is invited to jolt/with the church for this celebration. Photographics 217 R BALLENGEE ST. HINTON Bluestone Satellite Systems We sell the Best! 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