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March 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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'du' 7* ftrr*---: MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 · 1937 1 THIRTEEN COMMISSIONER ON ROADS URGED House Committee Proposes Amendment to Motor Vehicle Act. Lines of Pearls MOINES, (#·)-- The house commitlee Thursday recommended amendment of the motor vehicle bill as passed by the senate to provide tor a separate department under a commissioner serving a four year term at $3,600 a year. The bill as originally introduced in both houses provided for a separate department under a commissioner serving six years at S4,- 200 a year. The senate struck out this provision, leaving the department of motor vehicles under the secretary of stale as at present. , The bill is to be a special order of business in the house next Mon- cfay morningN J? The house committee 'turned down a proposal to impose a daytime speed limit of 55 miles an hour. Representative Oscar Johnson (D) of Kanawha will introduce such an amendment from the floor when the bill comes up for consideration next week, he said Thursday. Twenty teeth at 19 months oC age are the boast of Sylvia .To- Ann Lorcnzcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Loreuzen of Clinton. Jo-Anu had only six teeth at the age of one year. Then they all started to grow at once. Her brother, Jackie, had ZO teeth at 15 months. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE unemployment insurance to Americans or naturalized citizens. (88 to 7) Defeated by the House: H. F. 110--To regulate employers, (tabled 80 to 23) Introduced In Senate: S. F. 394--By conservation com- mittee--giving state title to fish nd game not "possessed in a legal nanner." S. F. 395--By conservation committee--changing regulations on emoval of material from beds o£ itreams. S. F. 396--By conservation com-, nittee--changing provisions on duties of conservation commission as to paries and their development. S. K. 397--By conservation committee--creating unsalaried geog- ·aphic commission. S. F. 398--By conservation committee--providing changes in con- rol of fishways and dams. S. F. 399--By conservation committee--providing reciprocity in lunting and trapping regulations. S. F. 400--By conservation committee--providing changes on dam license and inspection fees. S. F. 401--By conservation committee--changing provisions on appointment of special conservation officers. Passed by Senate: S. F. 25--By Baldwin--prohibiting sale of fireworks (27 to 17) a '"V 1 - ^ i V ^^ K R E S C , . , V V * V ^ V *· ^ *·* t s , 0 \\ ·,;;** , x rSK -. .^w ^ , , ^ v ~ x ·*» We're Shopping at L; D. K. Society Metis. KANAWHA--The L. D. R. society of the Kanawha Lutheran church met Monday evening in the church basement with Mildred and Thelma Anderson as the hostesses. The ; program included scripture and prayer by Lillian Jacobsen. Musical reading by Mrs. Charles Hall and a reading on "How To Use the Bible" by Ella Trettin. Following the program the evening was spent making doll furniture, framing pictures and making quilt blocks for the Alaskan mission. -gSfr? DES MOINES, m--Bills introduced and passed by the Iowa legislature: Introduced in the House:. H. F. 478--By emergency legislation--providing that no real estate mortgage shall contain a chattel mortgage. Passed by the House: H. F. 224--Localizing responsibility for care of state parks under conservation commission. (80 to 20) H. F. 36--To permit free distribution of old codes. (92 to 2) H. F. 139--Reducing rate on penalties for usury from 8 to 7 per cent. (93 to 0) H. F. 167--Permitting recording of social security numbers for 24 cents. (96 to 0) H. F. 39--Facilitating collection for care of state insane. (91 to 0) H. 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