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3 <br />January 23rd, 1933 <br />REGULAR MEETING <br />Be it remembered that the Common Council ofthe City of South Bend, Indiana., met in the <br />Regular Session in the Council Chnmbers in the-City Hall, Monday evening, January 23rd, 1933, <br />at the hour of,8.05 P. 11. All members present. President Nelson presided. The Mknutes of <br />the previous meeting were reed end on Motion of Co�ncilmar_ Hull were accepted as react. <br />Motion carried. <br />Communication: South Bend, Indiana, January 16, 1933. To the City Council of the <br />City of South Bend,_South Bend, Indiana. <br />Gentlemen: <br />The proposal of Mr. Altfeld to the Council to pass a resolution to "Buy American <br /> ",end your turning down his ?proposition, vvas very interesting to the members of <br />our Association. <br />Will you permit us to suggest that if the Council would pass a resolution to <br />"Buy exclusively from Horne Owned Stores" end then make the suggestion to the citizens of <br />South Bend that they do likewise, we believe the problem would be solved, at least locally. <br />We really believe if the public was educated - concerning the sense of fairness and <br />reciprocity — dealing with business- men who live here and support our city government with <br />their taxes — the people would buy from South Bend merchants in order to keep South Bend <br />money in South.Bend. <br />The undersigned members of our Association are asking that this letter be sent to <br />your Council as it is the unanimous opinion of our Association. <br />Sincerely, <br />SOUTH BEND GROCERS & BUTCHERS ASSIN. <br />(countersigned) By Henry R. Frepan Secretary <br />Joe Czigany President <br />Jake Peskin Vice President <br />(Signed by 63 grocers) <br />On motion of Councilman Hull the communication was accepted and ordered to be placed <br />on file. Motion Carried. <br />REMONSTRANCE: South Bend, Indiana, January 18 *k 1933. <br />To the Honorable City Council <br />of the City,of South Bend, Indiana. <br />Gentlemen: We, the undersigned resident property owners remonstrate against the proposed <br />ch?nge of name of the now XEMBLE AVENUE, to any other name. Respectfully, (signed by <br />n o e fit M t f Councilmen Cripe the Remonstrance was referred to <br />tQ�ou en�'In�nna4, 1933. We the undersigned residents or property <br />owners on Victoria Street, South Bend do Hereby remonstrate against changing the name of <br />Victoria. Street as proposed by the resolution introduced into the City Coxnsul. (signed by <br />J&g8ge;qy n o e s e ) e fi � io�inc 9�i000a.of Councilman Cripe the remonstrance <br />F H�'0�FHH�. <br />To the Common Council of the City of South Bend: Your Committee of the Whole to whom was <br />referred An Official Bond of Duncan J. Campbell, County Treasurer, Ex— Officio City Treasurer, <br />as principal and The Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York, as surety. Respectfully <br />report that they have examined the matter, and that in their opinion the said Official <br />Bond should be reported favorable. John C. Hiss, Chairman. <br />OFFICIAL BOND OF DUNCAN J. CAMPBELL, COUNTY TREASURER EX— OFFICIO CITY TREASURER as principal <br />and the Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York as surety was presented to the Council. <br />On Motion of Councilman Grzeskowiek the Bond was approved by the Council. Motion carried. <br />On motion of Councilman Rokop the Council adjourned at 8 :20 o'clock P. M. Motion Carried. <br />ATTEST ' AP <br />0, <br />PRESIDENT <br />S <br />