Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 21, 1952 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS '.'WW SUSPECT IN KILLING OF 4 ISRELEASED "Worse Than Nightmare," He Says. Father, Three Children Slain. •y •.••oelatid >rM> RENO — What does it feel like to be jailed for six days on suspicion of brutally killing a father and three small children? "It's worse than a nightmare," •ays Louis Edmond Blair, 37, Chester, Calif., movie operator. Blair was freed after two lie detector tests Monday. Dist Atty. Jack Streeter of Reno said the results were inconclusive. "They neither clear this man nor indict him," Streeter said. District Judge John Belford freed Blair on a writ of habeas corpus. Blair never was formally accused in the $7,128 robbery-massacre of grocer Guard Young and ihree children near Chester Oct. 10. He was taken into custody here for questioning at the request of Sheriff M. H. Schooler of Plumas County, Calif. Blair said he had had "neighborly disagreements" with Young but knew nothing of the killings. In an exclusive interview Blair said today: "Every statement I would make about my where abouts that terrible afternoon of the' killings the officers would tell me I was a liar. "Why, they almost convinced me I was nuts — then I would regain my reason and know I was Innocent." Alibi Doubted Officers declined to comment on this ecept to repeat that witnesses had placed Blair at a different place on the afternoon of the killing than he maintained he was, and that there were other discrepencies in his statements to them. "I believe in religion, but I haven't done much praying. "I did a little praying this week, though, and from now on I think we'll both go to church a little more often. # Weather By •.••aalated >r*u Chicago, clear 41 26 Cincinnati, clear „...„ 44 20 Cleveland, clear 40 28 Detroit, clear 39 27 Indianapolis, clear 45 23 Memphis, clear . 57 33 Milwaukee, clear „... 42 25 Des Moines, clear 46 28 Kansas City, clear 50 33 Mpls.-St. Paul, clear 44 Omaha, cloudy 72 44 St. Louis, clear 48 28 Atlanta, clear 66 34 Boston, clear 44 31 Miami, rain ... 87 76 New York, clear .... 47 ' 34 Ft. Worth, partly cloudy _ 79 45 New Orleans, cloudy 78 47 Denver, clear 56 38 Helena, clear .. ... 68 34 Phoenix, clear .....„.'. 96 56 Los Angeles, cloudy 69 58 San Francisco, clear .... 69 48 Seattle, cloudy 61 52 Law Enforcement Officers to Meet TRUMAN GIVES CONCERT ON POLITICAL TOUR—President Harry Truman sits at the piano and plays for thousands who turned out to see him in New Britain, Conn. (Oct. 10). After delivering a campaign talk he turned to the piano and performed for his audience. Daughter Margaret seems to be giving him a word of encouragement (AP Wlrephoto) By teaoclatad *raaa SPRINGFIELD, HI. — The annual Federal Bureau of Investigation law enforcement conference will be held at Springfield Thursday. Richard N. Hosteny, agent in charge of the Springfield district of 84 downstate counties, said today that sheriffs, chiefs of police and state highway police will attend. SAYS DOCTOR IS THE FATHER OF HER CHILD Married Woman Asks Court Order For Support Of- Baby. POSTURE PERFECT-n would take more than "Eight Iron Men." in which Mary Castle stars, to deny her the title of "Miss Curve-X." According to sponsors of Better Posture Week, perfect posture will give any woman a figure like Mary's. LAMPHREY EEL CAUGHT By \asoclsted >rt» LINCOLN, 111. — A lamprey eel, apparently far from home, was hooked in Salt Creek recently by Robert Molloy. The eels, which have caused 'considerable damage by preying on fish in Lake Michigan, are rare in this area. THOUSANDS Of- DOCTORS"™ 1 Gets Postcard From Nixons Delmar York of 1120 Jordan has received a postcard from Son. Richard Nixon thanking him for his letter after the Nixon broadcast September 29. The postcard carries a picture of the Nixons and their two daughters. By Associated 9 rats WOODSTOCK, 111. — A married woman has asked the circuit court to declare another woman's husband the father of her 2 Va yearold daughter. Suit for a declaratory judge­ ment was filed in McHenry county last week by Mrs. Emma Dana, charging that Dr. B. B. Neuchiller a physician, administered drugs to her and had sexual intercourse with her, causing her to become pregnant and to give birth to the child. Mrs. Dana's complaint alleges that the doctor told her ^usband Arthur J. Dana, that he Neuchil­ ler was father of the child; that he purchased a $5,000 insurance policy on his own life, making the child beneficiary, but later cancelled the policy, and promised Mrs. Dana he would pay her $20 a week for the child's support. Mrs. Dana asks reinstatement of the insurance policy, support payments for the child, and a court order finding Dr. Neuchiller the girl's father. In another suit asking $50,000 damages, Mrs. Dana charges Dr. Neuchiller with malpi-actice. Corn Crop Runs Ten Bushels High LINCOLN, 111. — The corn crop in Logan County is yielding about 10 bushels an acre more than farmers had anticipated. The yield is running about 60 to 70 bushels per acre. Farm authorities credit the summer heat and drought-resisting hybrid varieties for the heavy yield. U5E <c< ^UDGerAENf YOUR uSE OUR i COAL Take no chance with the weather. Use your best judgment and you will use our coal. We sell the best coal, and we will be glad to send you a truck load of real proof. Say when! EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR ORIENT COAL Jj "CC ^fcOMPANi EALERS kCOMfORI/gBg kk. .. ...L -i^i vtrM'f.'i — WHISTLE STOP" Irs a big day in town. Everybody is "down at the station" to see and hear the man who may be the next President of the United States. Carrying the campaign to the people is a custom in this country as old and as honored as America itself. For that's the way folks get to see the candidate face to face. That's the way they hear at first-hand what he has to say. That's the American way. It's good to know there will always be freedom of speech in this country, as long as a man can speak his mind, uncensored and unafraid, from the platform of a railroad car. It's good to know that democracy in America will always work, as long as you can cheer or jeer "down at the station"— and then go vote as you please. V Prttldanl SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM WASHINGTON, D. C. And it's America's mother - an d-child favorite. Tablets are 1/4 adult dose, orange flavored. Buy it today. 39c. 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