Despite planting time being only a few weeks away, only 10 percent of the millions FmHA has for operating loans in Missouri has been disbursed. All lenders have tightened their loan requirements, and as a result, farmers across the Midwest are being kept from their fields.
Also attending the rally was a delegation of Hormel workers from Austin Minnesota; Ottumwa, Iowa; and Fremont, Nebraska.
April 17, 1961
April 12Rarely has a major world power planned naked aggression against a small country as openly and brazenly as Washington is preparing the projected invasion of Cuba.
As these lines are written, a well-armed mercenary force of pilots, naval units, paratroopers, guerrilla fighters and saboteursfinanced and trained by the government of the United Statesstands poised for attack on Cuba. The counterrevolutionary troops are massed in two staging areas. One is in Louisiana, the other in Central America.
Only one thing is postponing the D-Day signal that was slated for last weekendthe fear that they cant get away with it.
After a hard look at Cubas impressive defense preparations, the Kennedy administration and its Cuban hirelings apparently became fearful.
April 18, 1936
With the capture of Dessye and the announcement by the Italian forces in Africa of plans of a three-day march at the end of which it is expected to take the capital city of Addis Ababa, the main immediate objective of the Fascist invasion of Ethiopia seems to be definitely assured.
The occupation of the capital which now appears inevitable will undoubtedly be a severe moral blow to the defenders, and little more will be left to the courageous Ethiopians save the continuance of sporadic guerrilla warfare to prevent the Italians from completing the subjugation of this last of the independent lands of Africa.
Meanwhile, the Italian representatives, haughtily exuberant with victory, have laid down the victors peace terms in accordance with the old Roman war-cry: Woe to the vanquished!
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