Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 25, 1973 · Page 9
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 9

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Tax-Aides Coming To Town A team of four members of Tax-Aide from the Bay County Chapter of the American Associ- a 11 o n of Retired Persons (AARP). will be on hand in Panama City for six days, Mar. 12-16 and Mar. 22-23, to help senior citizens prepare their tax returns. The session of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) will be at the West Florida Gas store on Oak Ave from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday. On March 22 and 23, the free service will be available at the [City of Panama City Beach Community Center from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. A team from the Bay County Chapter 1315 of AARP held another session of VITA in Defuniak Springs in the Chatauqua Center Feb. 19, with Mrs. Bob­ bie Parmenter, director of the Walton Conty Council on Aging, acting as hostess. Tax-Aide is a service performed by trained persons over 55 to help and assist other senior citizens in preparing their income tax returns. The only requirement for the service is that the individual does not have an income over $12,000 per year. The recipient of the VITA services does not have to be a WELCOMi 111 SEAFOOD HOUSE 17118 WMt 98 '•OPs ^Acu .Panama City Beach. Florida PHONE 234-5347 HOMER, GA/LYA AND CAN STOKER YOUR HOSTSAND HOSTESS gpcH»C^^** ,«,eOSOFTSHEaCBAB SEAFOOD GUMBO ONION BINGS all iiilitt i({at Jjaiie m»dt ^tobr < 8 landmatit Iiiit^ in f anama Ctf; J^nt^ mi Iktthvxn, ^labama. OPEN 11:00 AM until 11 K)0 PM SPECIAL LUNCHEON DAILY $1.50 STOKER'S ENTIRE STAFF FROM LAST YEAR WILL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU AGAIN THIS YEAR AND IS LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET FROMBEAOj- COMBER'S MOTEL member of AARP or the National Retired Teachers Association (NRTA), a spoltesman said. When the AARP team arrived at the Chatauqua center, the spokesman said, there were 14 senior citizens already waiting. During the day's session, he continued, a total of 24 persons were aided, some with simple questions and others with more involved problems. All problems were solved, however, he said, and the forms were completed so that each individual could finish and submit his return immediately. Mrs. Margaret Gaston, a teacher at Walton Senior High School in DeFunialt Springs, said she learned of the service of AARP and called for permission to bring her class of 18 students to the center to study first-hand the income tax methods. The group was welcomed by Max Robbins, second vice president of AARP. Robbins said the students "evidenced their receptivity and intelligence by their questions. They proved there is no generation gap between them and members of the senior citizens," he said. A group of VITA Tax-Aides will be in Blountstown for a re­ turn visit Mar. 9 at the City Hall, the AARP spokesman said. Officials of the AARP and the Regional Director's Office of the Internal Revenue Service are expected to visit unannounced to see the program in action, he said. "This program is not in opposition to professional firms or individuals who prepare Income tax returns for a fee," AARP officials said, "but it is a service provided free to answer questions which may confuse an older taxpayer while he is com^; pleting his o'wi return. Al Tovey, AARP president, pointed out that volunteers received their training for this service from a seminar conducted by Roger MacLean of the IRS. The next meeting of the Bay County AARP will be held at 2 p.m Mar. 13, Tovey said, at the Gulf Coast Community College Social Science Hall, Room SS103. The gest spealter was announced as Dabney Ramseur Jr. of the Commercial Bank. "His address will concern investments and the proper preparation of wills," Tovey said. He added that the public is invited. JfEWSHEBALD, Panama City, Fla., Sunday, February 25,1913 Page,«» m ONE SIZE A6ILON HOSIERY ONE SIZE FOR PIRFECT FIT-6 POPUUR SHADES REG. 79c NOW ECKERD ^ DRUGS ^ PRICES GOOD THRU MON. WE FILL MORE I PRESCRIPTIONS 1 THAN ANYONE J ELSE IN FLORIDA = This allowt ui to MII = consistently for Int. S Votum« k««p» our drugs f resh«r, loo. So T brina yoor noxt OPtM . - , SUNDAY... 10-7 ' prescription! to > Eckerd's. STAMP OF APPROVAL — Panama City Postmaster Ray Henry Schmidt, left, receives a certificate of appreciation from E. V. Harwell, district manager, U.S. Postal Service, Tampa. Harwell said the commendation was for Schmidt's "excellent job done as acting SCF manager during our first year under reorganization." He said Schmidt accepted responsibilities and authority as manager of 35 additional officers. CALIFORNIA Cobblers MademU.S.A. ff (D Thelace upwalking shoe is crafted in easy care crinkle patent; The rounded toe is perfect to complete a very uptown way and look. Kicior white crinkle patent 17 00 CALIFORNIA Cobblers'Sf MadtlnU.S.A. ffd) JAUNTY Navy/wht denim patent red & white denim pat. SUDUJNC. 472Hiini $0IIAVi. 7t5-Sf2| Marianna Youths Merit Finalists MAR14NNA — Three Marianna High School Seniors have advanced to finalist standings in the '1973 Merit Scholarship Program, an honor shared by less than one-half percent of the nation's graduating school seniors. The honored students are Gil Duffee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fr- nest Duffee; Ernest Lasche, son of Col. and Mrs. E. P. Lasche; and Olson Wiggins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Wiggins. Earnest is the third son of Mr. and Mrs. Lasche to place high In this competition; their other sons, George xasche and Nicholas Merrlam, both won scholaiv ships but turned them down and attended West Point. PRUNE ENERGY DIET THE SUCCESSFUL DIET FOR ACTIVE PEOPLE LOS ANGELES (Special)—Thel most important key health foodl known to man, neglected and| ovtriooked by all but a small percentage who know the Hil Energy value of prunes In their dally lives. Heavy abundance of Vitamin C and E plus iron. 100% digestible for all ages. This diet plan works wonders for men, women, children without pills, drugs or exercise. Prunes give quick vital ener-l gy which Is crucial In any diet.l No tired, draggedout feeling as I with other diets. 10 Lbi. In 10 Day* Those who follow the simple plan exactly as directed, report a loss of 10 pounds in 10 days, starting from the day they begin the diet. There is usually no weight lost for the first 4 days, but suddenly on the 5th day you can expect to drop as much as 5 pounds, and continue to lose about « pound a day up until the 10th day. Thereafter, you'l lose a poMnd and a half every I two days' until you 'reach your I proper weight Eat Almoit All You Want •alter yat, you can still ait almoit as much as you want of fooda lika staak. ehiekan. lob- star. And you will continua to loss weight. Full monsy back guarantta. Tha usa of prunes as pr*. seribad'by tha plan, will, through natural action, act to help your body niaasa axcess fat and body fluids, allowing you to keep your weight down and figura in firm conlrel. Plan AvaHabto To gat a copy of this highly •uccassful plan and suggested maaMrs4nd $2.00 cash, check or M.O. No CQ.D. plaas'a. Wa pay poatagK CMJFMNU PRUNE 790SI/2 BUCKBURN.AVENUE LOS ANQELES, CAL. 9004*

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