About | HeinOnline Law Journal Library | HeinOnline Law Journal Library | HeinOnline

11 Wash. St. B. News 1 (1957)

handle is hein.barjournals/wasbn0011 and id is 1 raw text is: W      aojlXnton tat 195                                                    Pae%
Vol. XI, No. 1                       MAY, 1957                                Page 1

ELECTION TO BOARD OF
GOVERNORS
Election of two new members to the
Board of Governors will be held this year.
The districts involved are the Third and
Sixth Congressional Distrcts. These offices
are now held by Ralph M. Rogers of Ta-
coma and Lester T. Parker of Aberdeen.
Nominations for the office of Governor from
each of these two Congressional Districts
must be in writing and signed by twenty
(20) active members from the district of
said nominee. Forms of petitions are pre-
pared by the Executive Secretary of the
State Bar and are furnished upon request.
Any petition nominating a person for the
office of Governor must be filed in the office
of the Washington State Bar Association,
501 Third Avenue, Seattle 4, Washington,
not later than May 31st of the year in
which the election is held. All active mem-
bers from the district of said nominee in
good standing thirty (30) days prior to the
election shall be entitled to vote at this
election. All ballots must be returned to
the office of the Association on or before
June 15th of said year. (See Article III,
By-Laws of Washington State Bar Associa-
tion.)
NEW ATTORNEYS ADMITTED
Twenty-eight of the 41 persons who took
the January bar examination passed the ex-
amination and have now been admitted to
the bar. A list of the successful applicants
follows:
Successful Attorney Applicant
Thomas Conley Adams, Jr., Olympia
Larry B. Adamson, Kennewick
David Henry Allard, Seattle
Chester Richard Bennett, Edmonds
Donald Hay Braiier, Jr., Seattle
Ralph Max Bremer, Seattle
James Reber Callaghan, Seattle
Gordon Nicholas Cromwell, Seattle
Richard Paul Donaldson, Seattle
John 0. Durkan, Seattle
John T. Edmonds, Mercer Island
Frank L. Farrar, Seattle
Ernest Martin Furnia, Montesano
Bernard David Greene, Seattle
Marion Harvey Hemmen, Seattle
Harold Henry Higgins, Jr., Spokane
George Robinson Huff, Seattle
Jon Patrick McConnell, Seattle
Thomas J. Owens, Seattle
Robert R. Redman, Seattle
Arthur Eber Sherman, Jr., Seattle
Robert Houston Thompson, Seattle
Hubert W. Townsend, Seattle
William Ewing Van Arsdel, Seattle
Harold F. Vhugen, Seattle
Donald Paul Vincent, Tacoma
John Francis Wilson, Mountlake Terrace
George Thomas Yates, Seattle

STATE BAR TO MEET IN
SEATTLE IN AUGUST
The annual meeting of the Washington
State Bar Association will be held this year
in Seattle on August 29, 30 and 31. Head-
quarters will be in the Olympic Hotel.
Charles S. Rhyne, president-elect of the
American Bar Association, will be honor
guest and speaker at the banquet.
The Law Society of British Columbia will
join with the State Bar Association in hold-
ing a joint meeting on the last two clays of
August.
AROUND THE STATE
Announcements have been received from
various points in the state conveying the
following information:
In Selah Robert A. Felthous and Robert
F. Brachtenbach have formed the partner-
ship of Felthous & Brachtenbach to practice
law in the Professional Bldg., phone MY.
7-7202.
Cameron Sherwood and William M. Tug-
man have opened an office at 603 Baker
Bldg., Walla Walla.
The Spokane firm of Paine, Lowe, Coffin
& Herman has admitted John Huneke as
a member of the firm and added Edward R.
Roberts and George T. Shields as associates.
Graves, Kizer, Greenough & Gaiser of
Spokane, have added John G. Layman and
William J. Powell to their staff as associates.
A new partnership in Walla Walla is that
of Allen & Johnson, composed of Harley
W. Allen and Carl L. Johnson, who have
located at 101 First National Bank Bldg.,
phone 1100.
Talulation of Results of January Bar
Exaniination by Scltools

P,

University of Chicago ............
University of Denver ..............
Drake  University ......................
Duke   University  ......................
George Washington U .............
Gonzaga University ................
Harvard University ................
University  of  Iowa ..................
University of Michigan ..........
University of Montana ..........
Rutgers University ..................
University of South Dakota..
University  of  Utah ..................
Vanderbilt University ..............
University of Virginia ............
University of Washington ......
University of West Virginia ....
Washington and Lee ................
W illam ette  ................................
University of Wisconsin .........
Law   Clerk ....................

ssed     Failed    Total
1         1        2
1                  1
2        2
I                  1
1         1
2        4         6
1                  1
1                  2
2                  2
2                  2
1                  1
1                  1
I                  1
I         1
I         !
q         2       I1
1                  1
I                  I
I         I
1         1
28        13       41

RETIREMENT BILLS
For the past several years, there has been
pending before Congress legislation which
would permit self-employed persons to defer
until later years tax liability upon a portion
of their current income paid into a restricted
retirement fund. Before Congress, at the
present time, there is legislation known as
the Jenkins-Keogh Bill (H.R. 9 and 10).
This bill allows a self-employed person to
deduct from gross income each year a limit-
ed amount of self-employment income con-
tributed by him to a restricted retirement
fund or paid in as premiums to purchase an
insurance policy with retirement features.
He can deduct annually up to $5,000 or
101/c of self-employment income, whichever
is less, but not more than a total of $100,000
during his lifetime. There is a five-year
carry-over of unused deductions, subject to
certain limitations.
An individual, who has reached the age
of 50 before the effective date, is allowed
to deduct an additional amount to help him
build up an adequate interest in the fund
or obtain more than a token annuity. In
his case, the normal deduction limit is in-
creased by 1/10 for each year of age over
50, and not over 70.
The contributions plus accumulations be-
come taxable when distributed and may be
withdrawn at any time. However, where
withdrawals take place before the age of
65, the tax is 10C greater than otherwise,
but the payment is treated as having been
received pro rata during the taxable year
and the four preceding years. Lump sum
payments after 65 are given special treat-
ment.
Every self-employed lawyer should in-
form himself fully about the Jenkins-Keogh
Bill. The principle of this legislation has
already been endorsed by the American Bar
Association and the Board of Governors of
the Washington State Bar Association.
PURCHASE OF 1957 LAWS
The temporary or advance pamphlets of
the 1957 Session Laws are now obtainable
from the Secretary of State for $1.00 per
set, and the botnd volumes from Mark H.
Wight, State Law Librarian, Temple of
Justice, Olympia, for $4.00 each (no tax).
The last bound session laws were not re-
ceived from the bindery until the middle of
November and, while it is hoped the new
laws will come earlier this year, the bar is
assured that orders will be filled as fast as
the books are made aailable.

What Is HeinOnline?

HeinOnline is a subscription-based resource containing nearly 3,000 academic and legal journals from inception; complete coverage of government documents such as U.S. Statutes at Large, U.S. Code, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Reports, and much more. Documents are image-based, fully searchable PDFs with the authority of print combined with the accessibility of a user-friendly and powerful database. For more information, request a quote or trial for your organization below.



Short-term subscription options include 24 hours, 48 hours, or 1 week to HeinOnline with pricing starting as low as $29.95

Already a HeinOnline Subscriber?

profiles profiles most