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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date April 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • 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 or six years animal breeding by two or two-and- a-half times. The plenum of the Central Committee of the patty has indicated the ways and means by which it is possible to reach the solution of that nation-wide problem. Among these means, beside the increase of agricultural j ields and the reduction of the losses eil harvests, the most accessible euul rapid means is the putting under cultivation of virgin fallow lands. Already in 1956 the sowings of these- lands will extend lo no less than 28,000,000 to 30,000,000 hectares. A most important reserve in the production of main is also the increase "I the ana under corn in the country, from 3.500.000 lo 28.000.000 hectares. The increase of grain production, and particularly of so b^jlr a cultivated plant a- corn, w ill allow re-seels, ing radical manner the pmbl. rn ol creatine ha.-ie feielel.'i production for animal hit bandry. Thr solution such colossal problems in agVicultui absolute!) realistic and within the mraus eef the' country. Bill to achieve thill il i- nee. s-eiry lo mobilize eill forces of the collective farm peasantry, of the working class and of lhe entire Soviel people in order to bring agricultural production to a new higher level on the basis of most modern technology and of ad- vanrrd and highly productive working methods, which arc completely mastered by the advanced workers of our agriculture. Information reaching us from all the provinces of the country tells us thai the toilers of the cities and villages warmly approve' the resolution of the plenary session of the Central Committee and are ready lo carry il out. Party ;ind government organizations must pul themselves al the head of the fight to ilo everything necessary to carry out ihr task envisaged hv the Central Committee. On the basis of the further development of heavy industries and of agriculture, thr production of consumer goods clothing, footwear, food products, utensils and goods to meet the cultural needs of the population—will be in- I't'reisrd. Special attention should be paid to further development of Sov ie-l science, to bring science even closer to the task e>f solving urgent problems of the building of communism, to raise its role in technical progress and in the advance ..I Socialisl culture. Comrades, Deputies, our mosl im- mediate task in thr field ol management of national economy is fulfillment of the stair plan for this year the decisive year of the Fifth Five-', ear Plan. \..e.iding lo thc state plan for the development of the national economy in 1955, ihe total gross production of industry is planned to increase, in com- I'aire 34 peni-on vs ith 1954, by some 9 per rent. Industrial output thi- year will be 80 per cent higher than in 1950. 'I his means thai wr shall lull ill lln■ industrial five-year plan as scheduled. Production in heavy industry will rise even more, ll will increase, over the five- years, by !■; I per cent. In comparison «ith lasl year, the conveyance by road-motor, river and se-ei transport was increased considerably. In agriculture .serious work on the fttl- fillment of Ihe decision of the January plenum of the Central Committee of the parly will have to be carried oul this year. The plan provides for a considerable increase in the production of grain, industrial crops, potatoes, vegetables, meal. milk, eggs and wool. Increased resources of agricultural reus materials provided for by the 1055 plan will insure' ei further expansion of the pro- elite lion of mass consumer goods which, as compared with 1950. will increase J..v 71 per cent. T^Thc year 1955 will be a year of a fiu'licr upsurge in the material prosperity ami in thr i allured standard of thr life of Ihr people. Compared with lasl year, national in- eoine will rise by 10 per cent. The re- munrrarion of workers and employee's w ill ine ii-ei-i'. thr incomes nl peasants in kind and money will ri-c an.I llirre will l.r more housing. ^^^ g\ Fitlfillmrni of the' national economic plan for the pt'esenl year w ill dermiml maximum mobilization and belter u-i' nl existing economic resources and IkutI work nl our whole proplr. \ further rise in labor productivity is of thr greatest importance in thr solution of tasks set bv thr plan. The growth of labor productivity is a most important factor in achieving more production, lower msis and greater savings. However, it must be admitted quite frankly that we have serious shortcomings in this important task. Thr growth of labor productivity lag- behind the tei-k- set in ihr Five-Year Plan. Comrades, wr must nol forget ihr instructions nl Vladimir Ilyich Lenin on the decisive importance of labor productivity in ihr building of a nrw si»- ciety. We' must bear in mind the fad that only as far els ihr productivity of all publir labor i- increased shall we l.e- able to increase publir consumption. Much ha- been done in our country for thr technical equipment of labor and making il easier, and raising the qualifications of working proplr. 'Ihi- work nui-t continue. We musl improve the' organization eel leibeir and secure lhe fulfillment and overfulfilhnenl of the schedules of productivity of labor fixed for 1955. bearing in mind thai these schedules are fen from being excessive, 'Ihr solution ol economic ta-ks facing u- depends to a considerable extent on thr application in all branches of na- To siiliscrilic. see Page I.-* tional economy ol advanced technical methods. Our technical successes are indisputable. I!v commissioning the firsl industrial p..wit siaii.,,1 operating on atomic energy, projected em.I bufll through the efforts ol Soviet scientists and engineers, our country made a realistic step in tin- ns.- of atomic energy for peaceful purposes. \s ahead) stated, we are engaged inns in devising a more powerful electrical station working mi atomic energy. Bul however greal air our achievements in thr domain of technical progress, there are still many serious shortcomings in many branches e>f thr national economy. Smiie nl niii' scientific ami research institutions arc lagging behind in devis- ing machines and production methods corresponding lo Ihr present level of \s..rid technical achievements. Thr same can be said about industrial undertakings, which are slow in the practical application of modern industrial methods. ll is ncrr-saiv lo correel all this. I' is necessary to improve the work of ministries, scientific institutions and technical workers engaged em such matters so theii technical progress in out ' iitmliv is speeded up all thr time. Mi"' isters and managers nf government departments musl lie held responsible f"1 carrving il out. because it is an i'"' porlanl Steele letsk One of lhe conditions for tbe successful development of national rconoiuv b llii! sleite's material it-itiis. Kusi-rvPj me an our mighl and -I ivngtlii-ning "' Ihr loiinliv's defense eeepeiiilv. Then- fore, il uotilftfaP/ an unfoi'givcable tin- teeki' to relax (mention from this tin's' important task or to yield to the tcroP' tation of solving private, presenl problems al the expense of the state's reserves. To increase the stair's stock of '-,vl materials, manufactured materials, h" industrial goods eeml foodstuffs is '"" mosl impot'ieiui task. Thr part) is constantly pursuing /' policy of all-round and steady econom" eind cultural development of all ''"' republics and regions belonging to '"'' greal Soviel Union. Recentlv some ministries have I"'1." turned from all-Union into 1 nion i<-pllJv lie ministries. In ibis connection a -" stantial proportion of enterprises I'-'" been turned over from all-l nion control to I nion-republic control. Maki"! use of nrw and more elaborate tun1""' the State and economic organs ol '.. I nion republics musl improve the' leadership in economic and cultuf development. The fulfillme-nl of the- 1955 st** budget, which has been approved I'V',,'. Supreme Sov Lei of the I .S.S.Ii- "'' memHs theii all ministries, enterpns construction establishments and ,■<" FACTS FORUM NEWS, April, <"'"' nomic . fconomi problem making We .,, •t more Paratus i catins I "gernent. organiza sibiliiy I sections Cultivi aew, a,|. leaders. ! "f Hi. in and cons ■"nl sell Hon for Work ..I Then- all fields '""I mili which wi "" our p The l)t *e state °W of co fcrd' '"'Pi's pacts
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