56 HASKINS & SELLS July
COLONEL CARTER, who returned
from London June 12, reports that
the outlook in Germany is very encouraging.
Under the Dawes plan Germany is
rapidly becoming rehabilitated and the
country is beginning to show signs of
Our Berlin office has been busy constantly
since shortly after it was opened.
Mr. Kracke, with a staff of several men, has
engagements in hand which will require
several months to execute. Prospective
engagements give hopes for a continuation
of the present satisfactory situation.
Effective June 1, the London office will
be regarded as the principal office with
respect to the conduct of the practice in
Europe, the staff of that office constituting
the source of supply for Paris and Berlin.
Mr. Kracke will remain in Berlin as
resident partner until the organization of
that office and correlation with other
European and American offices have been
Mr. Lovibond will return to London and
will be stationed there as manager, although
serving also as manager of the
offices at Paris and Berlin.
Mr. Holding, under the new arrangement,
has been made available for service
on the Continent, particularly in Germany,
where his familiarity with customs and
conditions and knowledge of the language
will make him exceedingly valuable.
Mr. O'Connell has been appointed an
advisory director of the Better Business
Bureau of Saint Louis.
We have pleasure in announcing that
Mr. P. R. Everett, of our New York
Thirty-ninth Street office, has been appointed
a manager of that office as of
Mr. G. M . Hill, of our New Orleans
office, made an address on May 11 before
the second year accounting classes of
Tulane University, on the subject of
"Federal Taxes"; and on May 14, before
the Louisiana Society of Certified Public
Accountants, on the subject of "No Par
We regret to announce that Mr. Frank
Flynn, of our New York Thirty-ninth
Street office, has resigned to accept a position
with the Pacific Commercial Company.
Mr. E. L. Noetzel, of our New York
Thirty-ninth Street office, is to be congratulated
on his recent attainment of the
New York C. P. A. certificate.
Mr. L. G. Hornikel, of our Cincinnati
office, has resigned to accept a position
with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
PRESS OF WILLIAM GREEN, NEW YORK