The Birmingham News from Birmingham, Alabama on November 29, 1956 · 64
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The Birmingham News from Birmingham, Alabama · 64

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THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS FIFTY-SIX THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1956 Hey, you sandwich fans--here s the sweetest news yet ! v5 U R'. m - J OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 7 R. M. s' Hickory Smoked PICNICS Lb. Grade AA Chuck Roast Lb. Sirloin Or RIB STEAK Lb 49 Grade A Chicken BREAST Lt. 55' Wilson's Porky & Bess Pure Pork SAUSAGE 2-Lbs. 59c Wilson's Thick Sliced BACON llll 79' Y VESTAVIA HILLS METHODIST READY FOR FUND DRIVE From left (front). Grant Yeitding,Dr. Alton E. Lowe, Warren Ogletree, J. D. Hester; (standing), Herbert Peterson and T. M. Burgin and f New Jellies and Preserves by KRAFT Officers probing possibility missing divorcee is alive NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 29 (TP) Sheriff Percy Hebert today investigated the possibility that Mrs. Audrey Moate, 31, companion of a slain engineer, was alive. Mrs. Moates clothing was scattered about the car in which the body of Thomas A. Hotard 3r., 46, was found Sunday. Sheriff Hebert said he was convinced Mrs. Moate was dead. But he added he would check reports she has been seen alive in various parts of South Louisiana. At dinner this evening-- Methodists at Vestavia to kick off fund drive IN ADDITION, the sheriff will continue to search through the woods and swamps of Lake Pont-chartrain shore for the body. The National Guard said 300 troops would join the search. The sheriff also checked an almost illegible letter that suggested jealousy prompted the jossible double murder. The etter suggested the murderer Jumped the body of Mrs. Moate into the lake. A hunt also was on for a man known only as Fred who once fought in a bar over Mrs. Moate, a Baton Rouge divorcee and mother of three. The sheriff Questioned several persons. One was a 58-year-old man who lived in the secluded site of the killing near Reserve. The man, who collects Spanish moss for a living, said he had fired his shotgun twice last week. Hotard, an Algiers engineer, had been shot in the back of the head with a shotgun. TWSTQFf Mech team changes jet engine in less than seven minutes LAREDO AIR FORCE BASE, Tex., Nov. 29 (JP) A six-man team of expert mechanics changed a jet planes engine in less than seven minutes yesterday and claimed an official new jin the national engine change national record. competition, won by a team from! The team, headed by T-Sgt. I Webb Air Force Base, Big! James E. Ware, went to work Springs, Tex., in a little morel the instant the pilot of the Lock-lthan eight minutes. A dinner meeting at the Vestavia Hills Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. today will be the kickoff for the "$162,000 fund drive which will start Sunday. Warren Ogletree, general drive chairman, said that 115 workers will meet for dinner tonight to receive final instructions for the drive. Dr. Alton E. Lowe, of the Methodist Board of Church Extension, is working as general director. Last Sunday Dr. Lowe preached and at the close of the morning service, the committee and the workers were dedicated to carry out their part of the fund drive. J. D. Hester, chairman of the Official Board said .that the drive for $162,000 is the first step in an overall building program which will, when completed. give the congregation a $1,000,000 church facility. THE VESTAVIA HILLS Methodist Church was organized in Nov. 1952 and when constituted as a fullfledged church a few months later, a site had been purchased and there were 113 charter members. Today there ere more than 500 members. The rapidly growing church in the Vestavia residential area plans to build the first unit sometime next year. It will be a combination gymnasium and classroom building with provisions for additional Sunday School classrooms and kitchen. SUNDAY AFTERNOON the workers will call on each I church family to secure a j pledge to the $162,000 goal. The j pledges are to be paid over a period of three years. heed T33 trainer turned off his ; Allison jet engine. Six minutes.) 55 seconds later the same plane started up again with a new en- gine. Wares team placed second at Oklahoma City last September Leading in the drive are Mr. Hester, chairman of the Official Board; Mr. Ogletree, general chairman; T. M. Burgin, visitation chairman; Herbert W. Peterson, advance gifts chairman, and Grant Yeilding, publicity chairman. Jungle Queen MILK 3 Jungle Queen MAYONNAISE COFFEE ROYAL CUP POUND PKG 79 WESSON OIL Quart 49 ORANGES 5-LB. CELLO. BAG 29 COBBLER Potatoes u. 29 3AtHTABY MARKET' 2029 2ND AVENUE, NORTH Thursday, Friday and Saturday Specials YELLOW Onions A GRADE Fresh Dressed FRYERS 26 PORK CHOPS - 33 PORK CHOPS, Lb.. 35c Pork Shoulder ROAST, Lb. BACON HORMEL BUDGET CELLO. 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