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November 16, 2016
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March 21, 2000
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January 7, 1952
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!NTELLOFAX 11 25X1A CE ~'rr;r~j11I''~" ~I~1F{~,t~ii~~~9["~~I~p1V o~,' Approved For Release Y f070 hY lR% 4 YR009500 T5NO. INFORMATION CD No.. COUNTRY . u ;c iaa j.a SUBJECT 1. officials in Kocane District 2. Collective in Laki PLACE ACQUIRED DATE OF 25X1A INFO. NOT EMULATE 25X1X DATE DISTR.. 7 Jan 52 NO. OF PAGES 1 NO. OF ENCLS. (LISTED BELOW) SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. 1 ~ The chairman of the District People's Council in Kocane is Mirka. Danev$, formerly an assistant minister in the Macedonian Government in Skoplje. The political secretary of the District Committee of the Communist Party in Kocane is Blagoe Popov, a former minister in Skoplje. Pante Iliev is the district deputy to the Macedonian Parliament 2,, The village of Laki,* Kocane district, has about 160 Orthodox and 4 Adventist famil.i.es0 Gligor Danilov is tie chairman of the Community People's Council, Miro Eftirn 111ev is the secretary and Petar Eftimov is the treasurer. The political secretary of the seven member Communist Party cell in Laki is M.iro Eftim llieva The chairman of the collective is Petar Traikovd 3,, The collective in kaki was established in January 1950 and membership in it was compulsory.. The collective has 21 brigades. In early 1950 the collective had about 4,000 sheep; in August 1951 there were 2,000 sheep and 150 cattle,, In 1950 the working members of the collective received three kilograms of wheat per working day, but members of the families not working received nothing. In 1951 the system was changed, and the working members who worked 22 days per month received 20 kilograms of wheat per month, the old people received 15 kilograms, and children It to 14 years old received 15 kilograms of wheat per month,, ) In 1950 the harvest in the La.ki area was good, and 110 to 120 kilograms of wheat were harvested from each decare. In 1951 only 70 to 80 kilograms of wheat were harvested from each decare. CLASSIFICATION STATE L?1AVY 1`~ sps Alt _- AI R:7 1 FBI DISTRIBUTION Approved For Release 2000/05/22 : CIA-RDP82-00457R009500480004-5 CONFIDENTIAL