JAY, 1WT. M, MM BLTTHETHAE (ARK.)- COOTIES JfFWl French Asked to Take Lead In Housing Shortage Fight By CODFBFT ANDERSON PARIS (*>—The French jovern- "tnent is being asked to take the lead in forming a new International body to solve Western Europe's housing shortage. A motion presented by a group of Radical Socialist deputies In the National 'Assembly paints a dark picture of the present situation and urges Immediate International action as the only way to solve the problem, An accompanying report now ! being studied by the Assembly's Reconstruction and War Damage Committee, points out that France alone needs some 300,000 new dwelling units every year. The French Economic Council figures this would take nearly 10 per cent of the national revenue. Since the liberation of France In 1&44, however^ and up to Dec. 31. 1951, a total of barely 260,000 dwellings was completed. Another 220,000 were estimated to be under construction, but only between 1 and 2 per cent of the national revenue homing. la being ir»»t an new While construction In most European countries has Increased, as compared with the years between the Uo world wars, the report points out that the shortage remains as great as ever. It Is up to the governments to solve this problem, the deputies say, since private entei prise Is no longer able to cope with it. Building costs could be cut, the report suggested, by forming a common marketing organization organization for all the countries concerned This nould ensure a better distribution of available materials and, by v. ell-placed in vestments, larger and cheaper production of them, The international housing union, the report adds, could be modeled on the Schuman Plan high authority, ; which now controls the com- btned resources of six Western European nations In coal and steel. WILSON NEWS By Sirs. B. F. Boyles Rrldse Club Meets Mr. and, : Mrs. I. A. Simms Jr., entertained their. Octette Bridge Club Wednesday evening/at their home. Fall .flowers were 'used in decorations ' In the entertaining room. High score winners In the evening's game were John Bowen nrid Mrs.- Simms.' , Mrs. Brewer Hostess Mrs,. George Brewer was hostess to her Thursday Night Bridge Club and one guest ;at her home last ! week Mrs Owen Sadler »as the guest Arrangement's of small autumn chrysinthemums were used throughout the- house for decorations. Mrs. J. j. Bussey won first place In the evening's game with second going to Mrs. Garland ; Trammpl and brlrt"o to Mrs Wallace Thompson Coftrie Club Meets Mrs. Charles Beall entertained the Delta Coterie Club Wednesday afternoon at her home at. Joiner. Fall flowers In autumn colors-were used about the entertaining room Winners Jn the afternoon's game were Mrs H A Nicholson, first place and Mrs. James Elslander, second. W'SCS Meets ' The Women's <3ociet> of Christian Service of the Wilson Methodist Church met Monday after- roon at the home of Mrs. John Fnoch in O^ceola Twenty members wc.rc present, M's N B Ellis, Jr, «as in chirge of the program on "Fruits o' Evaneehsm ' Mrs Hudson Wren a-5'sted Mrs Ellis in giving the de- lotionni Others a'ppeanng on the program were Mrs/ H. C. Bucrmh- nn, Mrs. -Elstner D. Beall and Mrs. J C Busses During the business Tession, presided over by-the president, Mrs Arable :Mull(ris, It was decided that the WScs \\ill send a eift to the Methodist Children's Home in memory of Mrs. H. Lynn Wade. Mrs. Sam Watson offered the closing praser To Ordain .Deacons The ; Rev. A. f. Muncy of Lake City, former pastor of the First Baptist; Church In Wilson, will bring the oidmation menage at Baptist Church, here Sunday, when D. D. Cash, clarence Medlin and Wayne.Eussey are ordained deacons. The services will be held, at 2:30 p.m. Church Class Meet> Members of the Sunbeams of First Baptist Church met with their leaders, Mrs. Glen Wheeler and Mrs. James Cobb, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the chilrcli for a study of the book "A Lei for Malcolm." Mrs. Harry Woodyard, WMU Mission Study chairman,. was the teacher. Each child was presented a lei as they arrived Foods, native to the islands, including cocoamit" cookies topped with pineapple chunks, raw cocoanut, chow mein noodles, peanut butter and mixed nuts, served in varied colored - paper plates and autumn colored napkins, carried out the Hawaiian theme. Those present were John Pierce, Sammye Sue Davis, Nita Faye Manker, Emily Sano, Olcnda Wheeler, Charlie Price, Carl and Carolyn Perkins. Bobbie Lou: McDanlel, Lee and Joyce Woodyard, Bobby and Nancy Bledsoe, Nancy Creri- shaw, Evelyn Cash and Bobby and Martha Pollard. Brotherhood Meetl J. B. Lovett was in charge of the program when the Baptist Brotherhood niet Thursday night at the church. Appearing on the program on tithing » Pre Wayne Bussey, Buck Pierce and Rev. Jones,- Stri.'.ey D B Bledsoe Forty one men attended the meet- mfg Cue Shrimp Supper Mr and Mrs H p Cash Jr, entertained with a shrimp supper Tuesday night at their home Guests «ere Mr and Mrs Claude Lvnch Mi jnd Mis Jack Zook, Mr and Mrs Sonny L\nch, Mr and Mrs. Jim Germany and Mr and Mrs Mini ice L>nch WMU Meets Members of the four circles of the Baptist Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church gathered in homes Monday night and Tuesday afternoon for regu lar circle meetings Mrs Lamar McDaniel \\as hostess to 12 members of Lvdia Green Circle and one guest Monday night Mrs J B Lovett WMU president /was the guest Mrs Johnny Manlier offered the open mg prajer Mrs D B Bledsoe, program chairman, was in charge of the studv on the lives of missionaries with Mrs Henry Bufkiii and Mrs Buck Jones assisting Mrs H G Yales, Sr , circle chair man, presided during the business session A social followed the meeting In another night session lo members of Askew Circle met with Mrs William D Brown as hostess Mrs Paul Bussey circle chairman, presided over the business session and also gi\ e the devo tionnl The studv on parliamentary proceedure was given by Mrs Ed Williams Fostei Circle met Tuesday af ternoon with Ihr circle chairman Mrs Marshall Woodyard, as hos less Mrs Maurice Ljnch offered the opening praser and gave the devotional After the business *«, sion, presided over bv the chairman, the studv was given by Mrs D D Cash Nine members and one guest Mrs Tom HendrK of Yakima, Wash, were present Re freshments were served during the social hour In the other afternoon session Mrs Isaac Alexander was hostess to eight members of Doris Roe buck Circle Mrs Clyde Chism tave the devotional with Mrs, Albert Greemvell and Mrs. Curtis Miller offering prayer. The study on the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and It* origin was given by Mrs A E Clark During the business session, with Mrs. Glen Wheerer, chairman, presiding, reports were given by various committee chairmen Mrs J H Whttaker was in charge of games play- ea during the social hour. Refreshments were served ' during the social hour by the hostesses at each meeting. Personals Mr and Mis Mauuce Lvnch and daughters, Misses Virginia Ann and Donna i,\nch, spent the week end with Mrs. Lyrich's mother, Mrs. J. H. Tucker, in Oxford, Miss. Mr. Lynch arid Virginia Ann attended the Ole Miss vs. Maryland football game, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Cissell and Mrs. Charles Ryais visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Powell, in ;Cavuthersville, Mo., Sunday, Mrs. Hudson Wren, president of the Wilson' Parent-Teacher Association, Mrs G B Craven and Mrs. Maurice Lynch attended the District Parent-Teacher Association meeting in Marked Tree lost Tuesday. , Rev. D. B. Bledsoe is In' Little Rock this week where he is attending the state Baptist convention being held at Imrnanuel Baptist Chuich Mr and Mrs Bufoid Boyles Jr and daughter, Eleanor Suzanne, of Memphis weie the \\eek end guests of,his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles. Sunday guests In the Boyles' home were Mr. and Mrs. E. N.. Bovles and daughter,. Miss Jon 'Ellen Bovles. of Marked-Tree. Mrs. Bertha .Charleston and. grand datightpi, Jennifer Bussey, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brasfield and son Ronnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buss»y in Memphis Mr and Mrs Gilbert Wiley and children, Mr and Mis Larry Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Shull visited Hev. H. Lynn Wade in Augusta, Sunday. Misses Virginia Ann Lynch, Margaret Graves and Peggy Zook will be , the week end guests of Miss Carolyn. Lynch nt Blue Mountain College. Blue Mountain, Miss. Mrs Charley Coikrm of Mem, phis was the week end guest of her sister Mrs Pauline Corkran, and her niece, Mrs. Stanley Pierce, and family. Mr and Mrs Jack Trammel and dauqhter Jackie, were the week end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs G E Trammel in Sikeston Mo. Mr and i\frs Oscnr Davis and daughters Pamela ,and Simmve Sue, are visiting relatnes in Ne\port this week. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs J B [ovett and sons were his mother, Mrs. Edna Lovett of Shaw, Miss., his brothers, John Lovett of Clarksdale nnd Billy lovett and Mrs' Lovett of Rulevllle Mrs Dot Williams of Memphis was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Claude Dye, and her familj, Tuesday and .Wednesday. Mrs,^Russell Yaoces Is home from the Critteiiden County Hospital in West Memphis, where sh QUICK Speedy, efieti v« relief fror-i e liVe a dotlor x preitr ption faetton Of your money bacfc. COUGH WAIT'S CRtCN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP RELIEF Symptoms of Oiitresi Arising from STOMACH ULCERS •MT* EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF M Nt OOT t iblp hom« tnfttn Barney's Dm; SUira Roram's Drag 5<«n City Drug Company SUre tirff St«n Kirby Brm, I>r»j c». ' Kirby ftnf Company OKenj Recall Stnai Rothrocir Dr«u C». Woods Orng Store t«x«n: Prtty's DREPS SPECIAL! 3-PIECE CARVING SET Just in time for Xmas & Thanksgiving Limited Supply No mail or phone orders Charge it DHEIFUS MS •^ «WearDiamonds •tITHIVIUf «MO DTERSBUM UliST M\|\ SUBSTITUTE B*BY S1TTLR - Geoige Lemlng, 111, <rl B ht> sub- otllute on the SI Alice Catholic Football squad al Philadelphia p,i rock., his bam biother. BoDby, In a carriage from the bench d'tiiing the St AUce-St Law mice Catholic Championship gnme, while Georges, mother, M,s Geo.ge Lcn,, llB , j r , ^alehes the game Not getting In the gime «ns bad enoueh Georee complains, but then he "hart to m | n d tile Kid brothoi loo." (AP WIrej>li»lu) indcrncnt timtment la^t seek Membeis of the \Vil an Fire DC lartment who attended the fire- men's meeting and tlmner In H,\r- rlsburg last 'nmrEdny were Bentley Rhodes, Aubrey Crawford and Glen PACT THREB Whwler. Harlan C«rp*nUr of WH- son Vaa a guest. Mr. and Mrs Edgar TtppeH of Lchl we're Ihe week end guests erf her parents, Mr. and Mn. Wysit Larue nnd family. . Members of the choir at rirst Baptist Church In AVilson who attended the Associattonal Hymn Slug In Manila Sunday Included Mrs Ed Williams, assoclatlonal clioir dlrecloi a a rates, jr., Miss Mavis Hodman, Bruce Frlzael) Miss Rosa Etta Wolf, Mrs. A. E' Clark, Mrs.. \y. D. Brown, the Rev Onme.s Watklns, mission pastor Mrs. Oleii Wheeler. D, 0. Cash and Curtis Miller. Others from Wilson who attended were Mrs- James Cobb, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. H. a. Yales,'Jr., and Miss Abbte Stewart The Rev M b. Davis, p«-stor of the Car-Mil Lake Mission Baptist Church,:. is .attending the State Baptist Convention In Little Rock Ihfs week. •..-.Mi, and Mis A E Clark and children have returned from a visit with relatives in New Oileans and Batoil Rouge, La In New Orleans they visited hs mother, Mrs. N. E, Clark, and her mother, Mrs. Barbara Thompson, and at Baton Rouge Hies \isittct her sister, Mrs Jimmy Davis, and family. Mr and Mr-, s A Reeinold it Columbu ML« are \i Iting their daughter, Mj- je, r j ciillom, and har family thus week /Mr, and Mrs. H. P. 0«»h; Jr and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cash" attended the Ole Miss vs. Maryland football game in Oxford, Miss., Saturday. ,i Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Moore and children, Danny and Larry, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H P Cash, Jr., and their family Sunday! James ....Walking of Jonesboro a student at Southern Baptist College at Walnut Ridge, has assumed hU duties is pastor at Chapel Mission of Wrst Baptist church, here. Mrs, Tom Heiulrlx of Yakima Wash., Is a guest in the home of her niect, Mrs. Jim McCullar and h« family. Mr. and Mrs.;Buck Jones and »n vlslt«d relatives In covineton Tenn.,'Sunday. Mrs..A; Shipman spent the week end with Mr. »hd Mrs. Homer Shipman In HarrlshurR. , Mlts 'Betty Shipman was the guest of Mrs, J. L. pipkins at Potts Camp. MfM:; 1 Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Norvel Byers and family. »•«« the week end guents of his parents In Potts Camp. •Dr. and.Mrs. James'W. Reynolds and children spent the week end with his parents In Pine Blu«. Maryland produced 532 eggs In 1950. million Piice Ceiling I Off Soft Drinks WASHINGTON (/iV-The government yesterday lifted price control* on all bottled soft drinks.- r^Sf, Of '.' ce of Pri" Stabujjatiao (OPS) said, however, the control, would be restored II the suspension' eads to a 'general. Increase abbY*!' the existing price ceilings : • The agency salt) It Is relyinc o«" Intense competition " and voluma production Jn the Industry to heta hold prices down. 1 OPS snld almost all soft drlrita have been selling below ceiling*. Ornate Bread ! Goro bread is a Norwegian delicacy similar to the American' waffle. It Is mnde with Irons that' Imprint ornnte and Intricate designs on the dough. Husbands! Wives! 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