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 - Farm Bureau To Conduct Meeting Here Herman...
Farm Bureau To Conduct Meeting Here Herman Aaberg, director of the livestock department of the American American Farm Bureau Federation, will speak at the District Three Farm Bureau meeting in Logansport Logansport Wednesday, Jan. 14. About 150 persons from the eight counties in the district- are expected expected to be at the meeting to be conducted on Jan. 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Broadway E.TJ.B. church. Counties to be represented are: Benton, . Carroll, Oass, Clinton, Newton, Jasper, White, Tippecanoe. Tippecanoe. The meeting will be-in charge of the district director, Arthur Arnott, and the district S and E leader, Mrs. Nelson Rupe. Entertainment .during the morn- Ing will be highlighted with a minstrel to be presented by Pen and Hobby club members of Jefferson Jefferson township, Cass county. Also on the morning program is a talk on membership by Eugene Wilson, district field man. Tlie noon luncheon will be served served by the Friendship cla,ss of the church. In the afternoon the talk by Herman Herman Aaberg will be "A New Look At .Our Responsibilities." There will be a panel discussion led by George Doup, who is vice-president vice-president of the Indiana Farm Bureau. Mrs. Robert Harriett will lead community community singing and the pianist will be Mrs. Sam McVay. Reservations are to be mado with Mrs. Nevin Howard, Cass county S and E leader, not later than Tuesday. Anyone interested in Farm Bureau is invited. "Logansporf, fndlana, Pharos-Tribun* 17 Commuists Close Four Roads Around Berlin Reds Shut Down One-fourth of Border Crossings Between Berlin and East Germany, Tightening Isolation of Soviet Sector. •:' Frank A. Good, of Near Winamac, Dies WINAMAC, Ind. — Frank A. Good. 62, died Sunday afternoon at his home in Indian Creek township after being in ill health for several months. Born in Indian Creek township on Sept. 9, 1890, he was married on March 4, .1918, in Chicago, to Barbara Raderstorff who survives. Other survivors include four children, children, Norman and Vernal at home, Vincnet. Quincy, Mich.; and Norma, Norma, Lafayette; 'six brothers, Jonas, Jonas, Culver: Charles, Middlebury; John, Star City; George. Moses and Earl. Winamac; two sisters, Mrs. Ed Masterson, Winamac, and Mrs. Matt Weisenberger, Walton. The body is at the Kennedy funeral funeral home in Winamac where friends may call after 3 p. m. Monday. Monday. Services will be conducted Tuesday 'at 2 p. m. at the funeral home • with burial in the Pulaski Presbyterian cemetery. The American American Legion will conduct military BERLIN (UP)—The Communists on Sunday .closed four of the : last 12 border crossings between Wesl Berlin and the Soviet Zone, increasing increasing the isolation of this Western Western island 110 miles behind the Iron Curtain. Red police shut down two check : points on the border of the U. S. sector and the Soviet Zone and two on the border of the French sector and Soviet Zone. A se"en-foot barbed- wire fence was erected at the American sector checkpoints. Communist police started block- ir.g roads between the Soviet Zone and the Soviet sector of Berlin Saturday. Saturday. Western officials said 'he new moves might mean the Reds were setting out to seal off completely the border around Berlin for Germans, Germans, and to extend to Berlin the so-called "zone of death" established established last summer along the border between East and West Germany. The eastern side of the East- West German border has been cleared of all residents, and border guards have orders to shoot to kill anyone entering the forbidden, area. Some quarters saw the new Com- irunist moves as intended in part k. cut down a record flow of East German refugees to West Berlin. Almost 16,000 Soviet Zone residents sought asylum in the Western sectors sectors last month. The number of refugees vas ex- •pecteci to increase as a result of tightened police controls in East Germany and indications of a sizable Louis J. Anderson Succumbs At Residence Louis J. Anderson, 77, passed away Sunday at 6:35 a.m. at his home, 1705 High street. Mr. Anderson Anderson had come to in 1944 from Jerome, Idaho, where he was a ranch owner. Born June 23. 1875, in Homestead.

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 12 Jan 1953, Mon,
  3. Page 17

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