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Devoted To The Defense Of The Church Against All Errors And Innovations
Vol.VII No.I Pg.5d
Septermber 1944

Agencies And Trust Funds

G. K. Wallace

In regard to the "Janes will" it occurs to me that Janes collected money under the pretense of serving as a "forwarding agency only." He claimed he could save the brethren money in sending to the missionaries. There is quite a difference in a Trust Fund and a Forwarding Agency. The Firm Foundation is serving as a forwarding agency for monies to be sent to "conscientious objectors." Is the Foundation building a trust fund with this money? George Benson is "receiving" money to "forward" to missionaries (so I am told) and it would be interesting to know if the money is being sent or held in a trust fund.

In our debates with the Christian Church we defended the work of the Advocate and other papers on the ground of simply forwarding the money. Now it turns out to be "a trust fund."

Too, what about the money being collected for "Post War Work" by Benson? Is this a Trust Fund?