40 HASKINS & SELLS May
Mr. Kracke returned to Europe on the
S.S. Albert Ballin on April 21, 1928, in connection
with current practice, after a three
months' stay in this country. Mr. Kracke
was accompanied by Mr. C. J. Gale, of the
New York Broad Street practice office.
Mr. Reik also sailed for Europe, on the
S.S. Ile de France, on April 7, 1928, to assist
in the current foreign practice.
Mr. Wildman spoke before the student
body of the College of Commerce of the
University of Illinois, at Urbana, Illinois,
on April 16, 1928, on what the accountancy
profession offers the college graduate. On
April 17, he addressed a joint meeting of
bank credit men and Wisconsin public
accountants, at Milwaukee, on "Classification
of Accountancy Services."
Mr. E. W. Valensi, of our Pittsburgh
office, is to be congratulated upon successfully
passing the November C. P. A. examination
of the State of Pennsylvania.
Mr. M. A. Kenyon, of our Newark
office, also is to be congratulated upon
successfully passing the C. P. A. examination
of the State of New York.
Among the recent visitors to the Executive
Offices were Mr. Forbes, Mr. Lawrence
and Mr. Croggon.
Mr.W. L. Green, of the Executive Offices,
is delivering a series of lectures at St. John's
College in Brooklyn on "Accountancy as a
Profession for College Graduates."
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