The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1956 · Page 12
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PACK TTfBLTB BI/TTHBVILLI (ARK.) COURIER VtWt TUESDAY, JANUARY «, WM Miss Naipah and Jerry Hamra of Steele. Syrian Girl Finds RelafivesAplenty In Visit to Area Airline Hostess' Visits Hamra Family in Steele By H. L. TEAGER STEELE — A warm welcome in America and a visit with some 500 kinfolks, will be taken back to B«- ruit, Lebanon, Syria, by Pan American Airlines Stewardess. Bosett Naipeh. . Miss Naipeh's 20-day vacation started with her trip to America on a Pan American airliner, arriving in New York Qity on Jan. 16. She was met at International Airport by her cousin, Lt. Sam Hamra, Jr., of Ft. Meade, Md. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hamr'a, Sr., of Steele. That day she was to be inspired by American hospitality. From the International Airport she was guided to greater New York for a personal tour of Radio City, Music Hall, United Nations Building, the 100th floor of the Empire building and many other points. The next day she was a guest at Ft. Meade to meet commanding officers. • She was a supper guest at . the officers' club and posed for pictures in a helicopter and at the side of a big tank. The following day, in Washington, D. C., she met President Eisenhower. She was also presented w Senator Sam Rayburn. speaker of the House, and was invited to sit in his official chair. In company with Missouri Congressman Paul C. Jones, she toured the Capitol building. Congressman Jones also accompanied her on the airliner on .which she arrived at the Memphis Airport that evening to be greeted by an aggregation of kinfolks from Kentucky, Arkansas and Missouri. Her uncle, Sam Hamra, Sr., an-J family brought her to Steele where a dinner with relatives had been planned. The storm that broke over the South that afternoon made motor travel too dangerous and guests telephoned their disappointment. However, to offset obstructions ol plans. Miss Naipeh awoke Thursday morning to see unusual scenic beauty in the Boothcel delta of Missouri. snow scenes which rivaled any this \ area had ever seen. Stewardess Naipeh's visit America will be complete with trips, parties and visits among kinfolks, many who oame from Syria and remember their youth in that land. She meet* with the newer generations, too, who suggest the modern versions of genuine American hospitality. Miss Naipeh speaks English. She will return to Beruit on Feb. i, leaving America from New York City. Pemiscot NamesNew FB Head WAKDELL—Gage A. Knight of Caruthersville was elected president of the.Pemiscot County Farm Bureau at a dinner meeting here last Thursday night. . Ralph Rodgers, director of organizations for the Missouri Farm Bureau Federation at Jefferson City, wu the main speaker. He replaced H E. Slusher, state president of Farm Bureau, who was 111. The retiring president, J, R. Hutchison Jr. of Caruthersville, presented a plaque to W. F. James of Caruthersville, county extension agent, In recognition of the extension service. Under a new law, extension services can no longer be sponsored by Farm Bureaus but must be guided by special executive council ol farmers. Other new officers elected were Isaac McKay Jr. of Steele, vice president; Leonard Limbaugh of Caruthersville, secretary - manager; and Mrs. Ray Stroud of Caruthers- A Moral To Remember Twas the Middle ojLWinter AND MANY FORGOT TO WINTERIZE FROZEN MOTORS CARS WOULDN'T START TEMPERS WERE HIGH But it's not too late to have it Winterized now. Here's what we will do: 1. Flush cooling system; check hose connections, thermostats, and anti-freeze, permanent guaranteed rust proof replaced if lost. 2. Flush transmission and differential and refill with winter grease. 3. Flush crankcase and refill with winter oil; lubricate chassis. 4. Test battery; clean connections; check lights. 5. Clean or replace air filters; inspect tires; check windshield wipers. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 300 Broadway Phone 3-4453 ville treasurer. Elected to the boad of directors were J. I. Burltson of WardeU, L. E. Croom of Haytl, Ed Curtner of Braggadocio, . Olin Dillard of Caruthersville, Mrs. Zula Fowlkes of Caruthersville, J. B. Hutchison Jr. of CaruthersvilJe, O. A. Knight of Warden, B. T. Owens of Warden, Franic B. Taylor of Caruthersville, •nd A. R. Webb at M*tl*. Hutchiion reviewed Farm Bureau's accomplishments of the paet year. Roger* explained Farm Bureau's future plan*. Read Courier Mews Classified Ads. Three Perish In Chicago Fire CHICAGO W)—Three members ot a family perished and another was injured in & fire which destroyed a two-story frame dwelling last night on the far South Side. Five persons fled to safety. The dead were Fidel Vasquez Sr., 4S; a daughter, Francisca, 12 ,and * son, Fidel Jr., 8. Vasquez's wife Mariana,.54, suffered burns and shock and was hospitalized. 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