ApplicationNo. 07/077455 filed on 07/24/1987
US Classes:40/107, CALENDARS40/120, Stands434/304, TELLING TIME OR CALENDAR READING434/433MISCELLANEOUS
ExaminersPrimary: Chambers, A. Michael
Assistant: Fox, John C.
Attorney, Agent or Firm
International ClassesB42D 5/00 (20060101)
B42D 5/04 (20060101)
G09D 3/00 (20060101)
G09B 19/00 (20060101)
AbstractA calendar system for training and enhancing the memory of a person practicing the methodology of the system. Two calendars are arranged side by side. The first calendar is permanent and reused each year. The user notes thereon events of perennial significance for reference at appropriate times throughout each year, thus regularly refreshing the users recollection of these events and enhancing the user's memory thereof. The second calendar is temporary in nature and meant to be replaced at regular intervals. Unlike the first calendar, the second is provided with indicia representative of the instant calendar year, as well as indicia representing the day-names of the week. The user records on this second calendar current and near-future events of transient significance. This second calendar is disposed of and a replacement provided therefor at selected regular intervals since the record of transient event data is not intended for perennial reference. A mounting base, available in multiple forms, maintains the two calendars in close juxtaposition.