32 HASKINS & SELLS April
The Accountants Foundation, Inc., has
been designated trustee of the 350,000
fund recently presented by the firm to
The Accountants Club of America, Inc.,
to be known as the Elijah Watt Sells
Memorial Fund, and the check for the
amount of the fund has been turned over
to the trustee. The formal presentation
of the gift to The Accountants Club of
America, Inc., was made at the annual
meeting of the Club held at the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel on the evening of November
It is with deep regret that we announce
the death of Mr. James Furse, of the New
York Broad Street practice office staff.
Mr. Furse was taken suddenly ill with
appendicitis while visiting in Savannah,
Georgia, and died on March 18, after an
Mr. Victor G. Gendron, of our Los
Angeles office, is to be congratulated upon
passing the C. P. A. examination of the
State of California.
Mr. William D. Shay, of our New York
Thirty-ninth Street office, has recently
been admitted to associate membership in
the American Institute of Accountants.
An article by Mr. Homer A. Dunn on
"Arbitration of Commercial Disputes"
appeared in The Certified Public Accountant
for March, 1928.
An article by Mr. Lewis A. Carman,
manager of our Los Angeles office, entitled
"An Accounting Enigma," appeared
in The American Accountant for March,
Mr. Hutchinson, manager of our Charlotte
office, read a paper on "Federal
Individual Income Tax Returns" before
the Kiwanis Club of Charlotte on March
PRESS OF WILLIAM GREEN, NEW YORK