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-Aq 2 <br />MINUTES. <br />ar Meeti <br />Be it remembered that the Common Council of the City of South Bend,, met in the <br />Council Chambers in the City Hall, on February 11th, 1935 at the hour of 7 :45 o'clock P. M. <br />for their Regular Session. All Members present except Councilm =n James. President Hull li <br />presided. The Minutes of the two previous meetings were read and on Motion of Councilman Goetzi' <br />were accepted as read Motion carried. !! <br />COMMUNICATION: <br />Ignatius K. Werwinski <br />U.S. Commissioner of Deeds for Indiena <br />South Bend, Indiana <br />February 9th, 1935• <br />To the Honorable Members of the Common Council. <br />South Bend, Indiana. <br />Hmnorable Sirs: — <br />Enclosed find resolution self eaplenitory for your kind_ consideration and action. <br />The resolution is to memoria],.iae by your Common Ccuncil, for the Congress of the United States, <br />to approve GENERAL PULASKI'S VDIORIAL DAY RESOLUTION, now pending in U.S. Congress. <br />Very truly yours, <br />I. K. Werwinski, <br />The Communication was accepted and ordered to be placed on file. Motion carried. <br />Motion made by Councilmen Chambers , seconded�by Councilman Fish, to table Ordinance <br />No. 3094 , on the ground that said ordinance was invalid by reason of failure to give notice <br />to tax payers __end also failure to have public hearing. �,Iotion carried. <br />ORDINANCE NO .3 <br />An Ordinance appropriating the sum of twenty —one thousand two hundred thirty —four and 71/1( <br />($21,234.71) Dollars from the General Fund of the City of South Bend, Indiana to the following <br />Departments: The Street Department, The Board of Public Works, The CeOetery Department, The <br />Sewer Department, The Building.Department, The Police Department, The Electric Department, The. <br />Fire Department and Dog Pound. <br />The Ordinance was given its first reading by title, its second reading in full end. on <br />Motion of Councilman Goetz was referred to the Committee,of the Whole, also that a Public Hear- <br />ing 'be held February 25th, 1935 at 7 :30 P. M. Motion carried. <br />RESOLUTION: <br />_Resolution memorializing the Congress of the United States to pass, end <br />The President of the United States to approve, if pessed the General <br />Pulaski's Memorial Day Resolution now, pending in Congress. <br />WHEREAS, a resolution providing for the President of the United States of America, to proclaim <br />October 11th of each year Ps "General Pulaski's Memorial Day" for the observance end <br />Commemoration of the death of Brigadier Ge.aersl Casimir Pulaski is now pending in the <br />present session 6f .the United States Congress; and <br />WHEREAS, the.11th day of October, 1779 is the datein American history of the heroic death of <br />Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski, who died from wouhds received on October 9th, 1779, <br />wt the siege of Savannah, Georgia; and <br />WHEREAS; the States of Arkansas, California, Connecticut, pelaware, Illinois, Indiana,'K_entucky, <br />Louisiana, Marylend, Massachusetts, Michigan, IIninnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Yew <br />Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, <br />Texas, ?Rest Virginia., Wisconsin, and other States-of the Union, through legislative <br />enactment designated October llth of each year as "General Pulaski's Memorial Day "; a-nc <br />WHEREAS, it is fitting that the recurring e nniverseFy of this day be commemorated with suitable <br />patriotic and public exercises in observing and commemorating the heroic death of this <br />great American Hero of the Revolutionary War; and <br />WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States of America has by legislative enactment designated <br />October 11, 1929; October 11, 1931; October 11, 1932; and October 11, 1934, to be <br />GENERAL PULASKI'S ME11ORIAL DAY in United States of America: Now, therefore be it <br />RESOLVED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH BEND, AND STATE OF INDIANA. <br />SECTION 1. That we hereby memorialize and petition the Congress of the United States to past <br />and the President of the United States to approve, if passed, the GENERAL PULASKI'S <br />MEMMMORIAL DAY RESOLUTION now pending in the United States Congress. <br />SECTION 2. That certified copies of this resolution, properly authenticated, be sent for- <br />thwith to the President of the United States, the Vice — President of the United States, <br />the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States, and each of the <br />United States Senators and Representatives from Indiana. <br />On Motion of Councilman Bierwagen the Resolution was adopted. Motion carried. <br />On Motion of Councilman Kerner the Council adjourned at 8:20 b!c2ock P. M. Motion carried. <br />ATTEST <br />CLEF.K <br />1! <br />• <br />*-I <br />0 :1 <br />0.1 <br />• <br />