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23 <br />seconded by adoore and carried. <br />/ It was moved Prescott that warrant be drawn and check issued <br />in amount of $50.00 in favor of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Millman in <br />payment for land conveyed to the Yillage on both sides of <br />Eo. 5 Highway Bridge on and along the south portion of Minne- <br />haha Creek. Motion seconded by Moore and carried. <br />Trustee Willson presented the matter of the necessity of pur-. <br />Chasing a new police car at this time and moved that bids be taken for one 6-cylinder 2-door sedan for police purtmses. <br />Motion seconded by Blackburn and carried. <br />After discussion it was moved Willson that the services of <br />0. B. Spande, police officer, be dispensed with after April 1. Motion seconded by Blackburn and carried. <br />Minutes of the regular meeting of the Council held on February <br />26, 1934 were read, on motion Presoott they be apDroved as read. Seconded by Blackburn and carried. <br />There ~eing no further business to come before the Council <br />motion was made to adjourn and carried 11:40 EM. <br />Village Recorder <br />M,inutes of the special meeting of <br />the Council of the Village of Edina <br />held in Grange Hall at 8 Phi, on March 22, 1934. <br />The meeting was called to order by the President, ro&l was called and all members were found present, the purpose of <br />the meeting being the considering of the several Hotion <br />Picture Theatre propositions of la@e proposed to the Council. <br />A large number of residents of the Village at;tended the meeting. It mas found that there were four definite apdications to be <br />made the Council for permit to build and construct, as well as <br />, license a Motion Picture Theatre. <br />The order of appearance before the Council having been dram <br />by lot, Ellr. A. D. Strong and Mr. Reuben first, followed <br />by Messrs Parks and Kiefer; Nessrs. 3. H. Bechtold and Larson; <br />Mr. Friedman and Nr. Hanson. <br />It was found that Messrs. Strong and Reuben mere interesed in <br />constructing a theatre building on the site of the'-present Country Club Garage and would cost approximately $42000.00, OII <br />lot 50 x 170 feet, seating approximately 950 people, and would start work immediately. <br />The second project was that of Parks and Kiefer to be located on the Norris Creamery property on lot 60 x 170 feet, seating <br />capacity of approximately 1000, cost estimated to be approx- imately $65000.00. The CBuneil was advised that no immediate <br />date might be set for construction to begin.