T1IUUSUAV, iMAUCH 2I, 1!).JG JiLYTHKVn.U'! (AUK.) CUUH110R NEWS PAGE THREE Admits Hacking Child Son Of Industrialist •Accused Of Beating And Shooting Girl JOL1ET, Til., Mar. 21. I UP) — mcs P. Uncoln Jr., 30. son of wealthy Cleveland, o.. industrial•, sal<) today his mind "must have apped" when lie beat a nine- ar-old girl with a hainuier ,ot her four times. I i ' V Lincoln, son of the president of ic Lincoln Electric Co., and lalli- ; of two small children, was ar- isted late yesterday and confesses iat he beat and .shot Carol'Wil- ams when she refused his ad- ances. He liad picked the child m i his automobile on a country roac s she was walking from school incoln said. Chicago police asked Will coun- y authorities for Lincoln's finger- irints and a sample of his haiid- vriting prior to questioning him ibout the kidnap slaying last Jan- lary of six-year-old Suzanne De';- lan, whose dismembered body was 'ound in sewers and catch basins near hc-r home. Chief of Detectives Walter Storms, however, said thai "aside from obvious .similarities" there was no reason to suspect Lincoln of the Degnan Crippled G/r7, 14, Befriended 3y Soft-Hearted Railroad Men COVINGTON. Tenn., Mar. 21. H'i— A crippled farm girl who r several years has waved from icr porch at passing trains will board one tonight for St. Louis vhere she will enter a hospital as Bift of soft-hearted trainmen. The child. Minnie Rose Webb. H. spent today getting together wtiat few visiting clothes she had and scrubbing her face until it shone brightly. She has been paralyzed from th c hips down as an aflher- pialh of an appendicitis ojieralion three years ago. Thc crack Illinois Central Chlck- asaw L)mlte.d will take Minnie Rose to St. Louis. The big engine will New Industries Located Near Frisco Railroad ways loved them very much. We expect another child In about six wi.'cks." Lincoln was graduated from Western Reserve Academy in Cleveland in 19DU. He suffered a skull fracture the same year when the car in which he was riding overturned. In 1937 and 1938 lie was onu of 20 youths who took an 18-month voyage around the world on a 92- foot sailing vessel under Ca|it. Irving Johnson, writer and lecturer. Flis father, prominent in Ohio Republican circles, is a . former president of the Cleveland Chamber ~ °f Commerce. He also is the ori- siay'l'ng" Persons | (Jinator of a plan for work incen- inill to a slop «t the little crossroads near her farm home, and he engineer will lift her aboard. With $131 raised from friendly rulnnien, Minnie nose will travel n style in a private drawing room ind will have n nice room at the ihrine Hospital in St. Louts. The Webbs live beside the 1C tracks and every day Minnie Rose tried to lie on her porch when the chugKlni; freights and the shlnlni? streamliners passed, carry I OB Hielr cargoes I" the world beyond the horizon which she never expected to visit. But cnylnecrs, firemen and conductors — accustomed to having youngsters all along the line scamper after their tntlns—wondered why Minnie Rose always stayed on the porch. John McNaniara, of Memphis, Tenn,, a conductor on a frelyhi, stopped one day to investigate. There. In a frame house Mr, and Mrs. Jake Webb, the child's parents, told him the story of the operation. They hnd no money to send Minnie Rose to a city hospital where she might be treated lo walk again Later. McNnmum and othei trainmen pulled their freight train to n stop In front of the Webb's house and a new wheel chair was delivered to the girl. Soon she became known as the Sweetheart of the IC'x Kentucky Division. A total of Wti new Industries have been located adjoining i-'rls co rails 111 1945 with three established in the Hlythevlllc area it WHS reported Uxluy at 451. Loui. by T. H. Hanlster. director of Industrial development for the rail road, "Tile new Hlylhovllle Industrie represent capital . investment o S!H,5CO," ll;.nisler said. "They in expected to employ L!l) persons an original,. l:i. r > cars of revenu freight." Miuilxter said that all In duslries located on the Frisco tern last yeiu- represent a cnpll! slmeiil of Sli.llia.'lOO, antlei- ated employment for '1,180 uiul arlouds totaling nearly 31,000. iuilsler said the hew industries Delude: Doyle Henderson Soybean ilevalor, Frril S. Siillbn lieer .V. ViliacYo Wni'chousi', and Southern iiiKuetvil'hlK Co. Demonstration Club Meet At Abbott Home 'tic YnrUvo Home IX'nuuisli C'liil) met Tuesday at the hoi lllli Mrs, gave u bn Abbott for ;rntn r.esston. voltoiuil. taken ol l.uko. was ftlv itlon ic ol Incss the n by iter Kl7i Wlm'liT. Mrs. 1). A. HtiKK th history ol the 4-11 Club tStOI'rtl." sed "India" and Mrs. N'lta Hunch liiivo a demonstration on eovcrimi a bell buckle. The uronp voted lo co-operate In the play tournament uiul made pltins for an all-day meeting at which Mrs, DIIBK will dtnionslnue. fabric I'lalnllnu. During the recreaiion period, prl- were awardetl Mrs. liugg and Mrs, O. O. Klkins. | It was announced Unit the next nieetlny would be wilh Mrs. Huye. i i , Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? Present In addition lo the ' 17 members were Ihree gueslii, Mrs. Tom Oldham, Mrs. Maigarct Col- stei and Mrs. C. W. Cato. Bees can make honey without flowers or.polltnj They can f*t nectar from the bue of partridge pea leaves. Mrs. W. A. HolllnRWoi'lli discus- u. iln CHICKSOS N.CJW TO* MKMWI WWMWt CUMAMTBO CHICK CO. I.I Kill,) l)r ____ M HINNHI OVH J.UJVt LIBERTY CASH Blytheville's Food Headquarters arrested for molesting children have been questioned routinely about the Dcgnan case. Lincoln was held on an open charge while physicians watched the chlld'r, condition. He said in a ttbtatcmcnt lo sheriff's deputies that (pie invited carol into his car yesterday iitternoon as she svas leav- . ijig a rural school four miles east o( here. H e drove onto a side road. , he said, and made advances. She refused to comply, he said, and begun to cry. "I told her I'd hit her if she didn't slop crying." Lincoln "told authorities. .."I don't know how many times' I bit her. It must hnvc been anywhere from three to nine times. I guess." Carol cried for her mother and scrambled from the car. he said, and while she was stumbling down the road he shot her "five or six times" with a .22 caliber rifle. Peeling what he described as n "sudden urge to hell> her." Lincoln followed her on foot. He said he •wanted to take her to a hospital. When she turned into Die farm home of her parents Lincoln followed her in. The'child's hysterical mother told him the father was working in the fields, and Lincoln ran out to get him. Then he waited' while the father called tha sheriff's office. Lincoln said he was n salesman . for his father's company and worked out of the firm's plant here. The company is the world's largest manufacturer of arc welding 'equipment,, and Lincoln's father has been a prominent contributor AJ Fortune Magazine. H :: Lincoln's -wife. Laura. 28, -said " she "coxildn't believe it" until .-had talked with her husband telephone. From their home in Unfashionable biiburb of River Forest i 111., she asked him: "Did you really do wmU the re porters say. honey?" "Yes." she said he replied, don't know what happened. I can' ' account for it. Something must hav; j snapped." | She told him to "keep your chin up." .Mis. Lincoln said her husband liad "always loved children." ''We have two of our own." she said, "a five-year-old daughter and a three-year-old son, and he al- ttvc pay. I time, there's a. beautiful piece of dinnerwart wilh Mother's Oats premium package! Everybody loves Mother's Oals rich nut-like whole-graio flavor that proves you're getting all the real whole-grain •vitality benefits! Insist on Mother's Oats every time! See your grocer for this DOUBLE VALUE today! SUPER SUDS A DELICIOUS HOT DRINK 35c 1 Large Box; 1 Octagon Cleanser; All for BACON SKINS CATSUP, Bibb's 14 01. Bottle 19c MAYONNAISE, King Taste Pint Jar 33c LAUNDRY SOAP, Big Jim - 3Bars25c Jack Sprat Cream Style PEAS, Mayflower Brand No.2Can15c P1MENJOES, Green and Red in Glass 39c CURED BOSTON BUTTS Ib. 35c PORK SAUSAGE - lb.29c WEINERS, All Meat--Ib. 39c HOG HEAD SOUSE--Ib. 29c FRESH PORK HOCKS --lb.19c I OLIVES, Spanish, Gulf port Stuffed, 12 oz. bottle 68cl V1TALOX That Wonderful Gravy Mix ; Botffe 35* Seeded or Seedless 15 oz. Package COOKED HAMS Who/cor CORN STARCH, Argo Cured Pork SHOULDERS IG. 32t APRICOTS, All Good, Peeled - No. 2V Can 31c Smoked Beef Tongues - Ib. 29c COCONUT Sunland Brand AH White 1 to a Customer pkg. 29c I Sliced Liver Cheesei - Ib. 39t Peavley or Silver Coin Large Size Can 12 lo » Customer SPICED LUNCHEON -- Ib. 49c Presenting . . . COLIE STOLZ and His 11 -Piece Orchestra Featuring the lovely Polly Freeman FRUITS ^VEGETABLES CELERY C TI°" C 10* RADISHES Garden Fresh Bunch LETTUCE Crispy Iceberg Head Silver ruln or 25 Lb. Bag 89c Crest sen Rising.-50 Lb. - $1.75 PEACHES Cal-Bcst No. 2Y2 Can 250 EVAPORATED FRUIT 1 Lb. Apples Peaches Prunes Ce/fo. 52c 37c I6c Playing for a CAULIFLOWER Snow White Heads Lb. Cabaret Style Dance Thursday, Match 21 a! the ARMORY HALL Advance Admission ............ $2.40 per Couple, Tax Incl. At the Door Admission .............. $3 per Couple, Tax Inct. Tickets and Table Reservations on Safe af Kirby Bros, Drug Co. Sponsored by Blytheville JAYCBES GREEN BEANS Tender String/ess Lb. ORANGES Juicy Florida 252 Sire; Doz. 23* TOMATOES Crowe Brand No. 2 Can for 25* HOMINY Bush's Best No. 2' Can '15* /*Arrrr Maxwell House, Canova LUl I LL Folgcr's, Old Judge 7 Lb. Glass Jar 32* LEMONS SunKist Full of Juice, Doz. 23* CARROTS Garden Fresh Bunch BELL PEPPERS California Wonder, Lb. 25* ENGLISH PEAS Tender Sweet Peas Pound 15* GRAPEFRUIT Marsh Seedless, Extra Large 54 Size, 2 for 19* APPLES Delicious Box Apples Large Size, Pound 141* MATCHES Diamond Brand 6 Boxes 25* CORN MEAL Aunt Jemima, All White Cream Meal Box 10* SUGAR Pure Cane 5 Lbs .i.35c 70 Lbs 69c BABY FOOD GfRBfR'S STRAINED 3 -20* PEANUT BUTTER Jane Good Q*. Jar 55< SHORTENING White Ribbon 4 Lb. Carton 75* CRAFTS SYRUP White or Red Ma pi* Flmer 1-2 gal.
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