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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript sociability just doesn't make sense to him. And when I say "the streets" I don I mean the sidewalks. A convention has taken root, unsupported by any formal law, that certain streets and squares of the capital and other big cities cease to be traffic thoroughfares on occasions like the early morning of New Year's Day. It seems that all Moscow's millions throng these streets, both in the center of the city and in the outskirts. Here and there are concert platform [s| and bandstands and illuminated streets and Grampa Frost beaming down from a height of anything from 12 to 40 feet; but most of the revels arc- completely spontaneous. , Groups of strangers — if "strangers is the word — gather around one accordionist and join in communal dam ing and singing. There is no letup before the first dawn of the New Year, but around normal breakfast time there are depletions in the ranks of revellers. [van is. of course. John; but what about Ivanushka — Johnnie? New Year is the high spot of the year for Ivanushka. It is the main present-giving season and there are parties and special performances for children in hundreds of public halls and in factory clubs on a scale you could find nowhere else in the world. But then Ivanushka with his longer future ahead of him, is always considered the Leading Citizen of the Soviet Union, especially so at this season when thoughts are directed toward the future. However, I think that the bc.-l present for Ivanushka is the long-term planning that is being done on his behalf. « The reader is cautioned that, ex- « cepl for this box, the material on & || this page is taken from Communist :; « sources. -' From the Communist uailv woltKKK. Monday, November 8, 1954 Soviet Peace Aim Stressed at Anniversary Parade in Moscow MOSCOW, Nov. 7—Visiting delegations from abroad "have seen with then own eyes that our people do not wan1 war," it was declared today by Defend Chief Marshal Nikolai Bulganin, in ' speech marking the thirty-seventh a"' niversary of the Bolshevik Revolution Bulganin spoke at the climax of f brilliant parade of Soviet troops, A^ Force and Navy units, and civilian5 before the red and black Lenin-Stalu1 Mausoleum in Bed Square. Premier Georgi Malenkov and cigW top government and Communist par? aids reviewed the march past from atop the Mausoleum. Bulganin spoke to 10,000 Sovi*1 troops massed in Red Square. "The Army's and Navy's autu4 maneuvers, in which all means of arm'' Page 4 Dnily 'WorVfr, \V» Yc.rk. Tbcer.Jay, TWriiilwT 2*. 19S4 Khrushchev Explains Wider Aims Of Grain Expansion in Soviet Union MOSCOW. Dec. 22. - Soviet plans to 1 .tin production aim al > all-around in crease in consumer goods. Fai fri m b* ing the result ol any "crisis," they are tin* result ol prices, rising wagi an ever-increasing demand re higher quality goods. . fact which . I nun .i recent ■ '. I). Beroa] and Mr. Nikita Khrushc] \. viet < Communist In his replies to the leading Brit- .list's questions, Khrushchev noted that there had been much talk abroad about the seeming contradiction between Georgi Malen- Ieov's statement at the L9th Congress ol the Communist Party that n problem had been solved and the recent decisions calling for ii grain production and the opening up ol new lands. re is really no contradiction here. J. V. Stalin and G. M. Malen- Ight whi it they said that we had sufficient grain to satisfy the population. "Our country had satisfied its grain requirements. Now, too, we are adequately supplied with grain ve the necessary reserve. Hut man lives not by bread alone. His 1 lhe requirements imlirecliv call tor greater production ol "Because ol the rapid ecxmomk development OJ the Soviet I'liion • rising standards of its peo ple during the past few years, the demand tot a wide range ol goods which hitherto we did not have in| great quantities lias greatly m- ei eased. "Now that prices have been Considerably reduced in the last several jears, a slight shotI foods is being felt iu spite ol the tact that the output <>i all these items has actually been substantially increast'd. "The demand lor qualit] has spread to the broad m the population. It is our task to satisfy that demand.'* Ki uslit he\ went on to explain that groin is in the final analysis. the basic foodstuff, the basis ol the pn ■' a mj other con- ;oods. To procure more grain, it has been dr< ided to use the virgin lands ol Kazakhstan and Siberia- I tains suitable loi the growing of grain crops." These lands would provide lhe cheapest grain, which could be used hi huge quantities as cattle fodder. ' I lure is a Ukrainian sa; ing; There's no prettier bird in the world than a pork sausage.' By tog our grain we wa»l to i.Oi\ mote 'birds' oi that kind," he told Prof. Berna). To have used this vast area ol rich fertile land earlier was beyond the strength oi the Czars* "Only now when a Socialist industry lias come into being when Soviet engineering has reached Its present dimensions, has it become possible to put to use sucb vast stretches oi land by employing a comparatively small number of jM'ople. ' ■Khrushchev rejected the suggestion th mi asure meant the abandonment or curtailment of lhe work on irrigation projects. "We shaH develop irrigation and we are developing it wherever tin- is ol the uk.West advantage for the production of valuable crops - vegetables, cotton, grapes. But thai is not the thing to be stressed now." KRUSHCHEV He had a word for th. used Soviet criticism of si ings in agriculture foi their tf ends. **Wa do not indulj llagcliati. n prompted b> rep< ntana , We i rilicize ■ ■ii! hejg our 1 vet utives to acquire a am understanding ol out weataC winch Enables them to do wink belter, and to oVfl shortcomings more quickly. "I here i an bi no question crisis,' h« latt 1 d. dared. COiiuttA the situation is m but better than evei before- Soviel "liter ch At th, "ner Mz H'»ile Sc basing ,l numbe ture and . "The ** deve cialis, a , fepresej "nstoric r'sp of r , "An e LV the f lhecarr ^able u, ," wand ''Ceding, 5 ^easse Soviet Ui ** diff £"»{•]■ ,et*een have bee Some I'Ao-rr- .. Page 26 FACTS FORUM NEWS, February,
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