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 China's Industrial and Communication Fronts Report Outstanding Achievements on First Day of 1970

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China's Industrial and Communication Fronts Report Outstanding Achievements on First Day of 1970s

Source: Peking Review, No. 2, January 9, 1970
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org


    GREATLY inspired by the latest instructions of our great leader Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee's militant call which had been made public in the New Year's Day editorial of Renmin Ribao, Hongqi and Jiefangjun Bao, revolutionary workers on industrial and communication fronts marched on victoriously with big strides. Many units have reported outstanding victories m grasping revolution and promoting production on the first day of the great 70s. They have made a good start for the seizure of new and still greater victories.

Anshan Iron and Steel Company; With profound proletarian feelings of boundless loyalty to our great leader Chairman Mao, the revolutionary workers of the Anshan Iron and Steel Company enthusiastically hailed the publication of Chairman Mao's latest instructions and the editorial. As the very good news came over the radio on New Year's eve, the steel makers were filled with joy and happiness. Displaying the revolutionary spirit of "fearing neither hardship nor death," revolutionary workers of the iron mill achieved remarkable success on the first work shift of the 70s. Every furnace overfulfilled its per-shift production quota.

Penki Iron and Steel Company: Revolutionary workers of the Penki Iron and Steel Company were elated and inspired by the publication of the New Year Day's editorial. They are determined to firmly grasp revolution and energetically promote production, produce more and better iron and steel to make new contributions to the socialist revolution and socialist construction in the new year.

   After listening to the editorial read over the radio, many revolutionary committee members in this company went to the front line of production. They studied and discussed the editorial together with the workers. Having studied the editorial, the steel plant's workers further pushed forward their socialist revolutionary emulation movement. The average time for a heat of steel turned out by every electric furnace was reduced by 30 minutes on New Year's Day.

Kailan Coal Mine: Inspired by Chairman Mao's latest instructions and the editorial, workers of the Kailan Coal Mine, having fulfilled their 1969 production target 11 days ahead of schedule, reviewed their work in 1969 and resolved to guard against arrogance and rashness in starting a new high tide of grasping revolution and promoting production. Every coal pit, work team and work shift throughout the coal field mapped out new plans to grasp revolution and promote production. Revolutionary emulation has taken place between mines, teams and shifts. On New Year's Day, the first work shift of 1970 in the Kailan Coal Mine reported nearly three times as much coal extracted as in the last work ahead of the 1960s.

Pingtingshan and Chiaotso Coal Mines: At the Pingtingshan and Chiaotso Coal Mines, the revolutionary drive of the workers and cadres soared after they studied the editorial. The workers resolved to usher in the great 70s by producing more and better coal. The first work shift of the new year at Pingtingshan fulfilled 80 per cent of the entire day's quota. Chiaotso's coal miners exceeded the 1970 first work shift's production target by 103.1 per cent on New Year's Day.

The Taching Oilfield: At the Taching Oilfield, the workers earnestly studied and discussed the editorial over and over again at their work places, beside drilling machines, in workshops, and beside oil wells. Looking back at the militant path the Taching Oilfield traversed in the past decade and looking to the great prospect in the 1970s, they said with great excitement: In the past, we built the Taching Oilfield in accordance with Chairman Mao's great instructions on "self-reliance" and "hard struggle." Under the guidance of Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line, we will be able to win still greater victories. Inspired by Chairman Mao's latest instructions and the New Year's Day editorial, revolutionary workers of the Fourth Oil Extracting Headquarters, braving biting cold, worked hard the whole night. After overcoming many difficulties in testing the function of the oil wells, they put into production ahead of schedule a number of new wells with guaranteed quality and quantity.

The Hengyang Railway Sob-Bureau: On hearing the New Year's Day editorial over the radio, revolutionary workers of the rolling stock and locomotive section of the Hengyang Railway Sub-Bureau immediately organized a grand meeting to express their determination. They said: '"The 70s will be a great revolutionary decade. We pledge to fulfil all the militant tasks the great   leader Chairman Mao entrusts to us."

   Locomotive No. 1514 of the section-hauled 1,600 tons of freight per run before the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. In 1969 they set a record by hauling 2,200 tons After hearing the editorial, the revolutionary workers unanimously demanded that the locomotive's load and speed should be increased so as to win honour for the great leader Chairman Mao and the great socialist motherland with still greater achievements. Helped by other workers, they succeeded in hauling 2,954 tons of freight in a run with the same locomotive and set a new record.
  
Hsinkang Harbour, Tangku: After studying Chairman Mao's latest instruction and the editorial the dockers of Tangku’s Hsinkang Harbour, Tientsin, declared: We dockers shoulder glorious tasks. Working in the harbour and bearing in mind the whole country and the whole globe, we'll firmly grasp revolution and energetically promote production and deal hard blows to imperialism, revisionism and all reaction by our deeds. Members of the harbour's revolutionary committee worked with the dockers on 1970's first shift from mid-night to 8 a.m. on January 1. With soaring enthusiasm, they set a new record by finishing loading a ship eight hours ahead of time.
  
  
  

 
 
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