carried out to bring Israeli opinion round to realize the
advantages of The World Calendar as such have met
with not inconsiderable success, reported Mr. Daniel Sher,
the Association's Representative in Israel. In fact, the
advantages of The World Calendar (i.e., under aspects other
than those affecting Jewish survival) are hardly any longer
questioned in the Israeli press and public.
in favor of The World Calendar have been published in the
press, and literature has been distributed widely. The Hebrew
edition of the monograph, "What Israel and world Jewry
Would Gain from Calendar Reform (BaMe Yoil Tikun HaLuakh
HaKlali LeYisrael VeLaTfutsot)," together with a few
copies of its English edition were produced and widely circulated
in the country--to members of the Legislature, the press,
public libraries, professional organizations and to individuals.
Reactions have been as a rule favorable, the opponents seemingly
preferring to ignore it altogether.
were provided to Headquarter's emissary Colin Jackson on
his mission, enabling him to contact Israeli authorities
and obtain first-hand information from them.
nucleus of an Israeli World Calendar Association has been
secured, the Association to come into being any time its
minimum running expenses can be guaranteed.
The World Calendar Association