Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
-rhuriday, July S3, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGi HERALD 19 Society Menaced By Red Conspiracy Aimed At Youth MONTREAL (CP) Nort American society is menaced 1 a "Communist conspiracy dec cated to undermining the mor fibre of our youth by expandin demonstrations and disorder, lieutenant Steve Olynyk of th Montreal police said here. Addressing the 18th annual Ir ternational Conference of Polic Associations he said: Crops Look Good OTTAWA (CP) Crop pros pacts are generally favorabl throughout most of the Prairi provinces, the Dominion Burea of Statistics reported Wednes day in the fourth of its series o telegraphic reports on cro prospects. Exceptions to the optimist! reports are Saskatchewan where development is said to be variable, and eastern Manitoba where it is said to be later tha: usual. Haying is well advanced in al three provinces although ther have been delays due to we weather. Cereal crops are i head in Prairie districts and oil seeds are either in bloom o starting to pod. The agriculture departmen research station at Winnipeg re- ports leaf rust of wheat presen in commercial fields throng most of Manitoba and Saskat chewan. It said development o rust on resistant varieties ha; been slow. The station said late fields of wheat probably will be dam aged to some extent by leaf rus but the damage could not be es timated at this time.- Stem rust also is present ii susceptible wheats and wil< grasses but has not been fount In commercial fields. Oat crown rust was fount July 20 in commercial fields and probably will increass rap- idly since commercial oat varie- ties have litlte resistance to it the station said. Farm Worker Bonus Plan Announced MOSCOW new So- viet incentive plan provides bo- nuses for agricultural workers even though they might not ful- fill harvest quotas. But collec- tive farm managers and fore- men will be penalized. A government decree pub- lished here in the Communist party organ Pravda came on the heels of increased pay- ments to livestock farmers. It reflected an all-out effort to in- crease agricultural production while at the same time admit- ting that some plan goals will not be met. Bonuses for crop workers in fertile regions will amount to 1.25 per cent of their salary for every percentage point over per cent fulfilment of their har- vest quota. Crop workers in dry areas will get 0.5 per cent of their sal- ary for each percentage point over 50 per cent of the goal. Both categories will get addi- tional bonuses for exceeding planned per cent of their salaries for every percen- tage point over 100 per cent ful- filment. LEADERS SUFFER Bu Pravda reported that bo- nuses of managers, foremen and experts working in agricul- tural enterprises "will be de- creased up to 50 per cent for non-fulfilment of plan." For efficient maintenance of tractors and harvesting ma- chinery, mechanics on collec- tive farms will receive 40 per cent of the money they save the state in repairs and spare parts. Livestock and poultry breed- ers will get bonuses of two per cent of their salaries for each percentage point over 100 per cent fulfilment of production goals. "But the bonus cannot exceed one month's Pravda said. L'vestock farmers have al- ready been granted up to 50- per-cent increases in stale pay- ments for their products. But this money is supposed to be re-inyeslcd in the collective i'si-ms to improve the quality quantity of stock. "Certainly, organized crime constitutes a danger to our soci- ety but not of the same gravity presented by the conspiracy of leftists, Maoists, Castroites, Communists, long-haired hip- pies, drug-users and U.S. Army deserters." On top of it all, he said, gov- ernment adopts laws which serve the interests of minorities to the detriment of the majority helping subversive agents. The veteran policeman said aauthorities take the wrong road in the fight against crime, adopting a soft attitude instead of a severe one. He disagreed strongly with the recent Le Data report on drug usage and said adopting ils recommendations would lead to a rise in drug addiction and in robberies of all kinds. "If we had narcotics ad- dicts in Canada, it would cost them a year to ac- quire enough drugs. Since many of them do not work they would be involved in robberies which could total Communist groups run the drug networks so they can con- trol agitators and keep them ready to protest anywhere, any- :ime and on anything, he claimed. Lt. Olynyk said if today's youth are the defenders of the 'uture society, it would be besl :o sign an armistice right away jecause it could not depend on jrotection by hippies. Fire Code Evacuation Plan Revised OTTAWA (CP) A new con- cept in fire evacuation methods for high-rise buildings will be included in this year's version of the national building code, Dominion Fire Commissioner Ross Switzer said here. The new code, expected to be published next week, would re- quire smoke-free areas to be in- stalled in high-rise buildings. The second requirement would be a voice system to present bell systems. Mr. Switzer said the new regulations, applicable to I'll government buildings an; adopted by most municipality are essential because it is often impossible for the large popula- tion of such buildings to be evacuated quickly by stairways. In case of fire under the new system, firemen manning a voice console on the grounc loor could direct occupants to remain in their offices or apart- ments, or move to another floor or a special smoke-proof room. Firemen could then enter the milding and contain the fire at ts origin. Mr. Switzer said voice sys- ems have been installed in a 'ew government buildings in Ot- tawa and testing will begin soon. But he said the National Re- search Council is still working jn the technical hurdles of set- ing up smoke-proof rooms in existing buildings. Greece Warns Arab Envoys From AP-REUTERS ATHENS (CP) Greece is eported today to have warned r a b ambassadors (hat all irabs will be expelled and aired from the country if Arab ommandos stage any more ler- orist attacks, on Israeli prop- rty in Greece. Word of the get-tough policy ame within hours of a hijack- ing drama Wednesday in which ix Arab commandos seized a reek Olympic Airways Boeing 727 jetliner and its 47 passen- ers here to secure the freedom F seven colleagues held for acts if sabotage in Greece. It was understood that Deputy 'rentier Stylianos P a 11 a k o s ummoned the ambassadors of 11 Arab countries represented i Athens and personally issued 10 warning about the consequ- ences of further commando at- acks. 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