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January 5, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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January 5, 1967

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PAGE TWO THE PERKINS JOURNAG JANUARY 5, 1967 Ingham Lumber Company 117 W. 8th, Stilhvater Medical AidReady F or When the 31st session of the resentatives about how much thevTE1 P.eno office. "We know that Oklahoma Legislature convenes, appreciated he service. The 'Doc-lleglslature xmll be in session on January 3rd. the legislatorstot of the Da" ai,t station is of day through Thursday and will be assured of quick medical particular value to those legislat- arrange for a doctor well in t attention if they need it. The Ok- ors who live long distances from lahoma State Medical Association Oklahoma City and from their vance. However, if either and the Oklahoma Academy of family playsicians." chooses to have an extra General Practice are sponsoring on some other day, we will an emergency first aid station for Doctor Strong Is a member of the senators and representatives, both sponsoring organizations and an M.D. present," he stated. co-ordinates the project out of his Doctors from all over the state: have vohmteered their services as "Doctor of the Day" to man the first aid station whenever the THIS IS legislature is in session. The aid station is located on the fourth floor of the State Capitol Buliding,' between the House and Senate chambers. It is equipped to handle almost any emergency. Any Senator or Representative re- 00ountry quiring hospitalization can be immediately sent from the aid station to one fo several Oklahoma City hospitals or to the nearby Oklahoma University M e.d i c a 1[ What Are You Driving? Center. t " " " This is the second session that i Mustang, Fairlane, Falcon, Thunderbird. the medical association and gen- i eral practice academy have offer-1 Ford Pickups and Trucks. ed this service to the members of the legislature You owe it to yourself to see and drive C. Riley Strong, M.D.. co-ordin- ator of the project, said. "During the 1967 FORD. the last session we heard many comments from Senators and Rep- Harley Thomas HEARTHSTONE RETirEMENT Highway 177 South Stillwater, Oklahoma ITLWATER, OKLA.. Serving Payne County for 46 yea Fr. 2-2285 Home Ot; TZ le House Doctor 1 Now is the time to Start spring i sew:ng Simplicity Patterns for March are Here New Materials: Bates Broadcloth Kloh- rman Dacron Prints 1: No Iron Kylurk material made of ,.,fort- rel and ,/.,._ cotton Spring patterns in gingham Spring colors in Bonded Jersey Come in and see, look around the store Baker & Son Dryg00ds County Assessor's 1967 Notice To Property Owners The County Assessor or Deputy will be at the places indicated in the following to take property rendition which will include: All Personal Property, Intangitples, Improvements on State, School or Indian Lands, Farm Tractors, etc. -- Certificate of Assessment will be issued on Farm Tractors while on this tour of the County, It will be neeeasary to present Title or Make of Tractor, Motor Num- ber, Model and Year Made in order to secure Certificate of Assessment. I/ lge t f Tractor bring Bill of Sale. Note: Special emphasis is being placed upon the proper listing of ALL loatJ and Air-Planes by the Oklahoma Tax Commission for the year 1967, Be stme an4 list these taxable items and avoid HEAVY PENALTIES. The followinf schedule is for your convenience. Please make your rertdgtio!! at the place nearest your home and help relieve congestion of late listings and peb,. alties ........... PERKINS Lions Club Bldg. Jan. 17th & 18th GLENCOE City Hall Jan. 19th MEHAN Community Bldg. Jan. Z0th (9 to t1:30} INGALLS Masonic Hall Jan. 20th (1 to 4) SCHLEGEL Calvary Bptist Church Jan. 23rd (9 to 11:30) OAK GROVE School House Jan. 23rd (1 to 4) OAK DALE Community Bldg. Jan. 24th COUNCIL VALLEY Baptist Church Jan. 25th Each taxpayer claiming homestead execption or listing personal Droperty t9 required by law to file an in.qn ible listin with heir coun'y asses-cot ". Be sure and bring your bank balance as of November 30th, 1966. If a!)plying for Homestead Exception be SURE to bring your former Application, if New Exemption is to be claimed, bring your Deed or Contract for Deel which must have been recorded prior to January 1, 1967. Office at Court House will be dosed from January 1st to January 25th. Incl., while Assessor and Deputies are working in Cushing, Yale and outlying districts. The office at the Court House Will be open from J..n. 26th to Mrch 15th to take property renditions, issue Farm Tractor Certificates and receive Applications for Homestead Exemption which MUST BE MADE EACH YEAR. Be sure and bring all boat and farm Tractor Certificates for these must be listed each )*cal'. County Assessor. JOHN H. BLANKENSHIP Very Respectfully, NOTICE: Under Provision of 1951 Assessments Law, it will not be necessary to make further Real Estate Renditions.  J. H.B. ''