Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 23, 1973 · Page 5
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Golesburg.Register-MailCkl lesbufg» in MIAMI (UPt) - It was a typical middle class neighborhood with laughing children, barking dogs and stereo music drifting Out of open windows into the tropical air—except for the house of horrors that Albert fifittt built. Inside his modest blue and whit* bungalow, Brust constructed tun elaborate chamber for sexual torture and perversion, lining tha walls with pornographic pictures. Police say he entertained people with similar tastes. But his neighbors knew nothing of this. They knew Brust only as a "chronic complainer" who had fussed,at them about the loud music, the playing children, the barking dogs. "I told him he moved to the wrong Jieighborhood," said .Jim Potter, his next door neighbor. "We all have dogs and kid*." Brust's private lie wis bared Saturday whan police found him dead, apparently of strychnine poisoning, on a groan and white lawn chair outside his back door. When they entered the house, they found the dismembered body of a teenage boy encased in cement in a ishdwer stall. Police say Brust, a 44 -year- old Miami building inspector, apparently killed himself after murdering the boy and subjecting his female companion to 22 hours of sexual abuse and tcftore while she was shackled in a bedroom that had been converted to a torture chamber. Girl's Tale Ignored What went on in the neat little house "boggles the mind," said Detective Sgt. Ray Eggler The girl, who was released by Brust, made an hysterical report to police in nearby Fort Lauderdale early last week, but officers there filed her' story away when her mother told them she was a "pathological liar." The girl's tale was reopened Saturday when raighbors called police after noticing that Brust had not moved from his lawn chair for hours, although a INTEREST RATES ARE UPI First National Pays the Maximum! 1 TYPE OF ACCOUNT Minimum Deposit Savings Rate of Interest KGUUR PASSBOOK SAVINGS Automatically Effective July 1, 1973 None O/0 Kg IOLDEN PASSBOOK SAVINGS Automatically Effective July 1, 1973 '100 NEW 90 DAY CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT '100 5'/ 2 % .6 NEW 1 YEAR TO 2Vi YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT '100 0/0 4 I/ 4 «J; NEW V/i YEAR TO 4 YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT '100 4 YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT '1000 Now Is The Time To Moke Your Savings Plan and Assure Yourself of High Interest Rates! thunderstorm had raged in the area during the day. Investigators expect an autopsy to confirm that Brust's death was suicide by strychnine poisoning. The girl, from Frankfort, Ky., had told Fort Lauderdale police she had been the victim of repeated sexual abuses and whippings by a man who murdered her male companion and encased him in cement. The 16-year-old runaway told police she and Mark Matson were picked up while hitchhiking by a man who called himself "Eric." Other Murders Checked She said after they agreed to do household chores for him, he drove them in his v/hite van to a suburban home and then forced mem info a torture chamber. Police say the girl told them she and the boy were ordered to perform sexual (acts while the man photographed them. Chamber Matson "jumped" Eric, sheitives said records show he had said, and was shot. Eric then been convicted of larceny in dragged his body into a New York years ago. 1)0thrown and told her he was The murdered youth has been going to encase him in cement identified as a runaway from The findings in Brust's home onto whose father is a guard in prompted inquiries into other a state prison there. Matson's sexual murders in the area, family had filed a missing Brust was described by person's report on the day the neighbors as a "loner." Detec-girl told her story to police. Milwaukee's Mayor Blasts Summerfest Mob Rampage MILWAUKEE (UPI) - An angry Mayor Henry W. Mater visited the grounds of the city's Summerfest celebration Sunday (and vowed the city would take every possible step to prevent further rampages, such as the one that occurred Saturday night, from destroying die annual festival. 'Our police are going to take IlUnoli milt popular Bring In lovely diamond sparklts in 4-preng Tiffany setting in M-Kt. gold. Our collection of fine diamonds priced to $5000. 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Officials reported seven police men were injured in the conflict and one officer was hospitalized Sunday morning for treatment of a head injury. The 10 -day event conducted Sunday. Charge Police Beatings Several of those arrested Sunday charged the police made indiscriminate arrests and beatings. They also said police destroyed personal property. Most arrests were on charges of drunkeness or disorderly conduct. There were 18 charges of drug violations. 1 "We're going to put the kibosh on tilts damn activity by the small minority we saw last night," Maier said. "This is a law abiding city. We cannot allow this to be destroyed by a lunatic fringe... and that's what's happening." Maier also announced he and ithe Summerfest committee would work with local youths to organize a task force of young people to draw up rule9 of conduct for Suimimeriest. 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