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r-19 Soccer News Saturday under-19 soc- two tough the weekend of Sep- and 23. On Saturday travelled to Fayette the Oak Hill Psy- fall soccer weather the game began and up a 3-0 lead in with some strong and some defensive the Lewisburg squad. Visitors came roaring goals of their own. deflected a shot from his left forward minutes later, a from David Hawley by center forward The half time with Lewisburg was awarded a di- early in the 2nd lame was quickly tied shot sailed high into the cords off the was tied two more and five each, :final whistle blew. as Hill score was an- one from Lewisburg. end, the older and team came away in a very hlgh Sunday afternoon, home- in jackets and 29 1 p.m. 4 5 p.m. Oct. 6 11 p.m. 7 3 p.m. 13 I p.m. 20 ?? 21 3:30 p.m. 27 3 p.m. sweaters, were treated to an ex- cellent match as Lewisburg hosted the Princeton Sting at the upper field behind WVSOM. Le- wisburg broke into the scoring column first late in the opening half as center forward Isaac Har- ris broke through the defense and fired a shot past the goal- keeper in a one-on-one match- up. But Princeton came right back with a breakaway of their own, and a rifle shot from 18 yards sped past Lewisburg's div- ing goalkeeper, Moss Rudley. The half ended in a I-1 tie. The second half saw the home team playing a mainly defensive game against Princeton, the 1989 Under-16 state champs. Despite the best defensive effort of the year by the Lewisburg squad, Princeton managed to score on a header over the out- stretched hand of goalkeeper Tom Cardis. Cardis, who took the goalie position when Rudley was injured, provided some strong (60 yard) second half punts, which gave Lewisburg Its best scoring opportunities of the half, but the home team was un- able to finish. Final score: Prin- ceton 2, Lewisburg 1. The Lewisburg defense did an outstanding job in this game. Among the players contributing were Jason Perkins, Devin Preston, Anthony Kesterson, Moss Rudley and Tom Cardis. The balance of the Lewisburg Under- 19 schedule is: ~xington, Va. Home Rainelle Christian Away Beckley U- 16 Away Oak Hill U- 16 Home Lexington, Va. Away Princeton Sting Away Oak Hill U- 19 Home Beckley U- 16 Home J.V. Team Princeton Next Virginia power- County Junior 24, the Spar- East High program will School's October J k, the Spartans win, a 32-6 vic- Junior varsity of Pe- School, a top competition. The Spartans were lead by Day Day Allen who ran for four touchdowns, Mike Glover, a blocker for the offense, and Ryan Woods who had a long punt re- turn against the Pirates. On defense the Spartans noteables included Jeremy Wilson who returned an inter- ception for a touchdown and Dennis Morrlson for an Intercep- tion~- ...... , ~: 10-K Race Record Entries Annual Milk and Race was 16 at Canaan A record num- 111 racers from in the 6.2 fourth consecutive Jeff Smith from tland and of Win- taking top hon- Smith finished minutes 43 sec- a 5 minute 26 second pace. Riemenschneider recorded a winning time of 39 minutes 3 seconds, giving her a pace of 6 minutes 17 seconds. Both Riemenschneider and Smith received a three day's free accomodation at Canaan Valley. More than 50 prizes and tro- phies were awarded. For the third consecutive year Glenn Patsy took top honors in the male Tucker Countian cate- gory, while Beth Spencer took first in the female division of that category. Rt. 219 North, Fairlea WV 645-24OO Parts and Service Retail $9,306 Dealer Discount 316 radio, It. 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This class is used to help prepare in- dividuals for the General Educa- tional Development Test (GED) or other entrance examinations, such as college boards. The GED tests will be admini- stered the first Saturday of each month at a cost of $20. A mini- mum of ten individuals will be required to administer the tests. There are slots still available in the morning and afternoon classes for adults. For any further information, contact James Higginbotham at the Monroe County Vocational Technical Center. Phone 832- 6724. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 27, 1990 7B Need To Pay Taxes Too Private schools as well as the PTA, and businesses when public schools are affected by the sales are made at or through sales and use tax law changes, the schools or school children. Each individual school must reg- As a result of recent changes ister with the Department of Tax in the laws, retail sales by many and Revenue to establish a sales out-of-state businesses (includ- tax account for remittance ofing mail order sales) in this St kte taxes collected. Unless there is a specific ex- emption in the sales tax law, all sales, leases and services in West Virginia re taxable, even sales by or through private schools. The burden of proving that a sale is exempt from tax is upon the seller. School officials should ensure that sales tax is imposed on all sales of items that are not specifically exempt. Sales tax applies not only to sales by schools themselves, but to sales by school employees, school related organizations like are now subject to use tax when the out-of-state retail business has agents or other physical presence in the State. Private schools which are rec- ognized by the State of West Vir- ginia as institutions of elemen- tary or secondary education and programs are likewise rendering professional education services and are not required to collect sales tax on the tuition they charge for those services. How- ever, unless a private school sat- isfies certain specific exemption requirements, it must pay the sales tax or use tax on all pur- chases of tangible personal prop- erty or taxable services which are used or consumed in render- ing these professional education services. ute r ere ure I ment of compulsory public The Messenger school attendance are, to the ex- PE!OPLE tent of the instruction provided, rendering a professional educa- SERVING tion service. Those private schools provid- PEOPLE Ing State-approved kindergarten m T to Colony Hous thi ould come As Seen in it's the one place you really want to relax in, Surrounded by furniture designed to let you, Like this transitional group. 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