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The State's Attorney, Walter C. King, is writing Governor William Langer about some confusion in the case Edna Rehak vs International Harvester Company. The State's Attorney is unsure if the Rehak's intend to move into town and discontinue farming. This is important because depending on what they intend to do, their machinery may or may not be protected under the farm moratorium. Due to this being rather important, State's Attorney Walter C. King is recommending that Governor William Langer write Frank and Edna Rehak in order to learn of their intentions in references to their farm and equipment.
See also Langer's reply:
Letter from Governor Langer to State's Attorney King regarding Edna Rehak vs International 1938
Foreclosure moratorium, repossession
International Harvester Company, State's Attorney office
Walter C. King, William Langer, Edna Rehak, Frank Rehak
King, Walter C., "Letter from State's Attorney King to Governor Langer regarding Edna Rehak vs International, 1938" (1938). William Langer Papers. 76.