Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
Page 8
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-.'' PAQI2 SIGHT ALlttfJ EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, .AUGUST. 29,1962 Tito Vint Mountains Yugoslavia (AP)-^-So- V!et Pfefrltef khrttshchev and ft-eiident fittJflf rived het-e today and headed east to Tito's luxurious mountain estate at Brod in the Julian Aft>s. The premier ahd the president, accompanied by their wives and top aides, left Tito's vacation li- land of Brioni after a four-day stay and sailed north to this Is- trian Coast resort. They made the four-hour cruise aboard Tito's yacht. After two days in Brod, Khrushchev planned to head for Ljubljana and Zagreb, arriving Sunday at Belgrade. He is to end his 15-day Yugoslav visit Sept. 3. Civilian Trial SEOUL, Korea (AP) — Former Premier Song Vo-Chan, indicted on a charge of slandering South Korea's military government,, de mmided today that he be tried by a civilian court. He said he Would not get « fair hearing in a court martM, as prey scribed by the indictment. 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Trantino and his lawyer, Enid Gerling, met reporter Tony Alborelli and photographer Ray Howard in a tavern around a cornei from the police station where he was to surrender. Together, they went to poliee. The fugitive, paroled two years ago from a robbery sentence, tolc Alborelli that he had wanted "to get it off my chest," but had been afraid while Falco was alive. Miss Gerling said Trantino admitted being in the Lodi club, the Angel Lounge, but denied shooting Sgt. Peter Voto, 40, and probationary Patrolman Gary Tedesco, 2. Falco, unarmed and cursing, First at Robert Hall.: . and only at Robert Hall! our flawlessly tailored WESTERFIELD* SPORT COAT 2 mSimm cornp. value 29.95 Robert Hall is proud to add this magnificent new sport coat to its fine family of nationally famous brands! Pure wools, rough-textured "Shetland-look" wools, rich blends of wool-and- Orlon* acrylic ... in 2 and 3 buttons models. 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It was arranged that Alborelli, Howard and motorcycle messenger George McNIven would meet the fugitive at the .Village Bar on First Avenue between 21st and 22nd streets. Alborelli recalled: "The three of us walked in the bar last night. There wore five people in it. 1 saw the attorney (Miss Gerling). She called us over and asked us if we wanted a drink. "Sitting with her at the bar was (his man (Trantino), wearing dark glasses." Howard said: "He (Trantino) was drinking a double, a martini, I think. The attorney told him to have another and brace up and get his wits about him. He took another drink. Introduction "Tony (Alborelli) introduced me to the young lady lawyer and she introduced us to Trantino. While Tony was writing, getting some notes, I was talking with him (Trantino). ... "I took my camera off my neck and sort of hid it so the other customers wouldn't know what's ;oing on." Alborelli said: "She (Miss Gerling)' said this man wanted to give himself up. His family asked him to give himself up but he was afraid of this Falco, but after he was shot down he decided to give himself up.' Frank Falco, 25, wanted in connection with the murders of two policemen in a Lodi, N.J., tavern last Monday, was slain early Wednesday by police during a battle in Falco's Manhattan hotel room. "The bartender knew nothing; it's a neighborhood bar. She (Miss erling) told me she wanted a photographer there to take pictures. She said (of Trantino.) 'He's a wonderful guy." " "They finished their drink-.and >ve went outside and Howard popped shots." " Said Howard: .-. Takes Pictures "I got. my range on the camera and waited until they started walking. I made two or three shots. I gave my pictures to McNiven and he rushed them in." Alborelli said: "The four of us walked around to the East 22nd Street station house and we walked in. We got Before desk officer Lt. Frank Brill. "The attorney said 'You're look- ng for this man.' " "He (Brill) says 'What for.' 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East German officers usually assign guards in pairs so that one Mil prevent the other from defect- ng- The two men arrived in |u|l uniform and armed with subrnaehlrie :uns, Were killed. The attorney said she <new ot Trantino through a mutual acquaintance, whom she did not Identify. The victims itl the Lodi, N.J., miirdefs were police Sgt. Peter Voto, 40, and Gary Tedesco, 22, a probationary patrolman. They were forced by gunmen Into the men's room of the Angel Lounge, forced td disrobe to their tinder- Wear, and then gunned down. ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 CARD OF THANKS 2 — 29 HAZEL BARTOLD—We would like to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors who were BO'kind during our recent bereavement. Also Rev. Colllson, Helen Hermann, organist. Gent Mortuary, pallbearers and att who assisted In any way. The Elliott Family 2 — 29 1 WOULD LIKE TO THANK my neighbors for the donations for flowers for my brother .John Gray of Jerseyvllle. Sister, Mrs, Sadie Buchlmnn 2 — 29 THE FAMILY of Herman E. 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