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February 4, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 · 1937 ; Statehouse Highlights I BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday will be payday, the fjrst of the session, for Iowa's legislators many o£ whom complained they were feeling the "pinch" of the thus far payless session. Vigorously opposing extension of the mortgage moratorium period to include loans made up to Jan. 1, 1936, Rep. B. ti. Hicken- joopor (R) of Cedar Rapids, said: "Consider the people who have been hit with lour cropless seasons--the people of southwestern Iowa--they are not asking for this." Next to take the floor was Rep. Henry t,. Davis.(R) of Winterset, who rejoined, "I'm from southwestern Iowa and I know that our people need this help." Explaining his adverse stand on the mortgage moratorium bill as passed by the house, Speaker La Mar Foster (D) known as a liberal democrat, said he would have approved and voted for it had not the extension period been advanced to Jan. 1, 1836. Sergeant-at-arms Oley Nelson of the house, Iowa's 92 year old former national commander of the . A. R., was placed under an oxygen tent at Lutheran hospital yesterday, a victim of pneumonia. Late' reports said he was "just fair." Nelson'. has served nine sessions as Major Domo of the Iowa house. With several hundred copies of the Iowa code of 1935 reposing in a warehouse, Chief Clerk Gustafson advised that body yesterday to "petition him" and he would see to it extra copies of the code are provided for downtown rooms where many bills are drafted by lamp light. Decorah Pneumonia Victim's Rites Held DECORAH -- Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Rose Hummel, 65, who died at the Decorah hospital following a severe attack of pneumonia. The services were in charge ot the Rev. O. Sandbach. Burial was.made in the Freepon cemetery. Mrs. Hummel was born in Lisbon, Wis. She was married to John Hummel at New Lisbon in 1898. 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