Business: Sol Cheered

Meeting in Manhattan last week, U. S. paper makers vigorously endorsed the often-proposed 13-month calendar with 28-day months and an extra summer month, Sol. "Inconsistencies" in the present calendar, they agreed, should not be "tolerated."

Many were the reasons why the weight of paper opinion should back a year of 13 months. Calendars, for example, would have more pages. In millions of extra pages would be added new tonnage to paper consumption. Furthermore, calendar sales would leap and bound. The public would become calendar-conscious. Persons not acquainted with the new calendar would miss...

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