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Year: 1933
Dropping the Loan Fund, February 5, 1933
The committee reports on the Loan Fund project, but the matter is dropped for an indefinite period. This leads to the acceptance of a proposal for the further reduction of dues to $0.25 per month and to hold meetings only once in three months. To counteract this devitalizing trend, another proposal is made by Chaim Verbofsky, who suggests: Why not have discussions, readings, declamations, and debates to stimulate general interest and promote activity? The meeting becomes alive.
Source: The Thirtieth Anniversary Jubilee Book of The Pliskover Free Loan Association, 1908-1938

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