84 HASKINS & SELLS January
Beginning with this, the January, 1930,
number, the Bulletin will be issued quarterly
instead of monthly, as in the
In the intervals, items of interest to
members of the organization will be disseminated
by means of an internal news
This change, it is hoped, will make possible
the publication of technical articles
more interesting in character, and at the
same time will keep members of the organization
currently informed on personal and
professional matters in which they have
Mr. Ludlam is spending the winter at
Miami Beach, Florida.
Colonel Carter has been issued a C. P. A.
certificate by the Wisconsin State Board
Mr. Reik sailed for London on December
7, to be gone several months in connection
with foreign office matters.
Mr. O'Corinell has been granted a
C. P. A. certificate of the State of Illinois.
Mr. McGuinn has received a C. P. A. certificate
from the Wisconsin State Board of
Mr. Weldon Powell has been appointed
manager of the Newark office, effective
January 1, 1930.
Mr. A. B. Richardson, of the New York
Broad Street office, is to be congratulated
on passing the C. P. A. examination of the
State of Virginia.
Mr. J . L. Johnson, of the Seattle office,
also is to be congratulated on passing the
C. P. A. examination of the State of
We are pleased to announce that Mr.
Ralph S. Johns, of the Newark office, has
passed the C. P. A. examination of the
State of New Jersey.
The January issue of the American Ac-countant
contains an article by Mr. E. S.
Wade, of the Los Angeles office, on "An
Accounting System for Investment Trusts."
Mr. Wildman attended the annual meeting
of the American Association of University
Instructors in Accounting, held at
Washington, D. C , on December 27 and
28. Mr. Wildman is chairman of the
Committee on Research, which has been
working on the subject of "Appreciation."
Advantage of this opportunity was taken
by Beta Alpha Psi, the National Accounting
Fraternity, to award the prize for the
most notable contribution to accounting
literature in the year ended May, 1929,
to Mr. Wildman and Mr. Weldon Powell,
authors of Capital Stock Without Par Value.
PRESS OF WILLIAM GREEN, NEW YORK