From the June 1944 magazine.

Central Committee

At the continuation of the semi-annual corporation meeting Wednesday night, May 10, the Acting President pro tem called the roll of groups represented and asked for a report of their decision in regard to the Inter Group proposal. It was established that 10 groups had approved the new Central Committee and had appointed representatives. As this seemed an adequate nucleus for proceeding, it was moved, seconded, and voted that a Central Committee be formed. The officers of the present Corporation then tendered their resignations and it was moved that an adjournment be called while the members of the Central Committee retired upstairs to select new Corporation officers and a temporary Central Committee Chairman. The Corporation meeting reconvened at 10:00 and the selections of the Central Committee were submitted to the Corporation members for their approval, which was promptly forthcoming. The new Corporation President took the chair and after a brief discussion a motion was made to adjourn; the motion was seconded and carried.

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