Business & Finance: New Calendar Progress

New Calendar Propgress

President George Eastman of the Eastman Kodak Co. last week received replies from the 1,000 businessmen whose opinions he had recently asked on the 13-month calendar he advocates. Practically every one approved the calender. The United States Chamber of Commerce national counselors in conference at West Baden, Ind., a month ago approved it; the transportation committee of the League of Nations has approved it. Quite possibly the legislatures of important countries will vote its adoption. Its chief obstacles, apparently, are the customs of various religions.

Mr. Eastman's calender is the device...

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