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YUGOSLAVIA
1953

SUSTAINED progress toward the international enactment of calendar reform was reported at the Seventh Annual Meeting 15 January 1954 of The World Calendar Association, International, held in the International Building, New York City. Published highlights (JCR Vol. 24, April 1954) for the YUGOSLAVIA:

Organization of a new committee on calendar reform in Yugoslavia is being discussed to take the place of the group which became inactive after the death of the chairman, Mr. George Curcin, several years ago. Enthusiasts in the Belgrade area include Rear Admiral Mariasevic, now living in Zemun, ten miles from the capital. At Novi Sad, fifty miles up the Danube, are Bishop Irenäus, head of the Orthodox Church, and Dr. Nikola Ygnjatovic, president of the court of Appeals. The attitude of the Yugoslav government has been definitely favorable to calendar reform since the first League of Nations conferences in 1931. In fact, the Preparatory Committee for the 1931 meeting was presided over by a Yugoslav diplomat, M. Djouritchitch, who had as his technical adviser M. Vasa Yovanovitch of the Belgrade Chamber of Industry.

 

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