September 14th, 1931. REGULAR MEETING.
<br />Be it Remembered- that the Common Council of the City of South Bend, Indiana, met in the
<br />Regular Session in the Council. Chambers in the City Hall, Monday evening September �,?�th, 1931,
<br />at 7;50 of clock -Pe` M:' All Members presentek President Nelson presided: The Minutes of the-
<br />previous meeting were read and on Motion of Councilman hull were referred to -the Committee
<br />on the Inspection and Supervision of Minutes:' Motion carried:`
<br />C OMMUNICAT1I ON.
<br />.Segt-ember -1,- .1933: -
<br />City Clerk, South -Bend, Indiana, --------- -- --- - -- - -- - - --
<br />Dear Sir: A Letter from Frank d G: Bates Executive Secretary of the Municipal League of
<br />Indiana inviting all City Officials7.to attend the 32nd Annual Convention of the Municipal
<br />League 6f Indiana, t& be held September 16, 17 and 19 at Hungtington,. On Notion of
<br />Oouncilman Hiss the Communication was accepted and ordered to be placed on file*` . Also that
<br />City Attorney Walter Clements rexpresentL the Councilmat the convention :' Motion carried:'
<br />REPORT OF.CITY PLAN COMMISSION.
<br />To the Common Council City of.South Rend :I
<br />Gentlemen:. st �]Cx9:3� x� x$R ,x ��Dd x tx��'��Yt�rx�rx1x In the Matter lof'i
<br />Zoning change petitioned for by Chas: M.' Staxr et al'The City Plan Commission transacted no
<br />business 6n July 2nd, and action on this petition will not -be taken until the next regular
<br />meeting. - Respectfully, D:` Moomaw, I Sectel The report was accepted by the Council and
<br />ordered to be planed om file:' motion darried:`
<br />REPORT OF` CITY PLAN COMMISSION.-
<br />Sept' 9 1931•!
<br />To the ft Common Council City of South Bend:
<br />Gentlemen: Petition of Charles M Starr et al for change of zoning classification of an area
<br />bounded by S� Main St:' the Right of Way of the Pennsylvania R R Co' Ewing Ave: and lean
<br />Eckman St:'from light industrial to heavy industrial zone was acted upon.by the City Plaix
<br />Commission n at ;their meeting b.- Sept:' 3rd,and this change is approved by them:' Yours trays
<br />D Moomaw, - Sect: The- report- was accepted by the Ibunoi� and ordered to be placed on file:
<br />Motion carried:'
<br />REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MINUTES.
<br />To the Common Council of the City of South Bend:
<br />Your Committee on the inspeotW and supervision of -tire minutes, would respectfully report
<br />that they have inspected the minutes of the previous meeting of the a, Council and found them
<br />correct :' They therefore recommend that the same be approved: . I We"' Cripe,;Joseph So, Jaworski
<br />Julius Altfeld, Committee :' South Bend, :Ind:" August. 10th, 1931: The report was accepted by the
<br />0ouncil and ordered to be placed •on file:_-
<br />'OR OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.
<br />To the Common Council of the City_ of South Bend:
<br />Your Committee of the Whole to whom was referred A Petition to amend Ordinance No: 2331,
<br />known as the Zoning Ordinance of property bounded on the North by Ewing Ave :' on the South by
<br />Eckman St:' on the W:' by the Pennsylvania R :' R:' Right of Way, and on the E by S: Main St:' Ramp
<br />Respectfully report that they have examined the matter, and that in their opinion the said,
<br />Petition should be reported Favorable and that the City Attorney draw anmOrdinance forssame:'
<br />Jno:' C! Hiss, Chairman: The report was accepted by the Council:
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 2943:
<br />An:.Ordinance Transferring certain Funds from one Sub — Department of the Police Department
<br />of the City of South Bend to abother Sub — Department.:!
<br />The Ordinance was -given its first reading by title, its second reading in full and on.
<br />Motion of Councilman Whiteman the Rules were +suspended by the following vote-: Nelson Whiteman
<br />Rokop Goetz, Hull, Jaworski Altfeld, Hiss, Oakley" Grzeskowiaks Cripe - and Gust in, dyes 12,
<br />Nays 6 s Rules Suspended and- 6rdinance goes to third reading:'.
<br />The Ordinance was given its third reading by title, and was placed upon its passage and
<br />passenci by the following vote: Nelson, Whiteman, Rokop,x Goetz, Hull, Jaworski, Altfeld, Hiss,
<br />Oakley, Grzeskowiak, Cripe and Gustin, Ayes 12s_ Nays O.' Ordinance adopted:"
<br />RESOLUTION. INTRODUCED BY COUNCILMAN JOSEPH Be JAWORSKI._
<br />RESOLUTION directing the Mayor of the City of South Bend, Indiana,to proclaim October
<br />11th, of each year as "GENERAL PULASKI�S MEMORIAL DAY" for the -obs-ervance and commemoration of
<br />the death of Brigadier - General Casimir Pulaski:'
<br />WHEREAS, The 11th day of October, 1779 , is the slate in American history of the heroic
<br />death of Brigadier -General Casimir Pulaski, who died from wounds received on October 9, 1779,
<br />at the siege of Savannah, Georgia; and,
<br />WHEREAS, The state of Indiana,_ by- x) legislative enactment, designated October 11 of each
<br />year; and the 71st Congress enacted a Public Resolution Noel 133 designated October 11, 1931 as
<br />90EXERAL PUISASKI S MEMORIAL DAY "; and Z
<br />WHEREAS, It is fitting that the recurring ann Versary of this day,.- be � commemorated with
<br />suitable x, patriotic and publim- exercises in observing and commemorating the death of this gre
<br />American hero of the Revolutionary War; THEREFORE
<br />A - Be it resolved by-the Common Council of the City of South Bend, Indiana, That the Mayor
<br />of the City of South Bend, Indiana is hereby authorized and directed to issue a proclamation
<br />calling upon the official's ofthe City of South Bend, Indiana to display the flag of the
<br />United States on all government buildings on October 11 of each year and inviting the people of
<br />the City of South Bend to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places,
<br />with appropriate ceremonies in commemoration -of the death of General Casimir Pulaski,
<br />On Motion of Councilman Rokop the Resolution.was- adopted. Lotion carried :`
<br />On Motion of Councilman Rokop the Council adjourned at 6:10 o'clock P: M Motion carried.'
<br />PRES IDEN'i'