Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
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To Bury Slain Policemen LOW, N.J. (AP)-Lod'i buries its laiiett policemen today. Detective Sgt. Peter Volo, 40, a 12-year pdllce veteran, and rookie patrolman Gary Tedeseo, 22, will bd 1 borne to their graves in St. Nicholas Cemetery. An honor guard of the entire Lodl police fordo and a delegation of officers from /Bergen County and state forces Will escort the bodies, with thousands of citizens expected In the train of the procession. The death of the policemen at the hnnds of two thugs on a drinking and gun-shooting spree in a Lodl tavern early Monday threw this community of 29,000 into mourntngi-;The municipal building has been draped in black since they died. News that one of the alleged killers, JFrank Fnlco, was gunned down bj>.New York City police Wednesday morning and the second, Thonias (Rabbi Tom) Trnn- lino meekly surrendered to New York police Wednesday night brought satisfaction to the community, but it cpuld not mitigate the sorrow of the slain officers' broken-hearted families. Volo's mother, Mrs. Jerry Voto, only sobbed when told that Trnn- lino was taken. She did not spenk. "What does she know," said her other son, police Lt. Andrew Volo. "All she knows is her boy Is dead." Andrew Voto^added his own bitter comment on Trantlno's surrender. "I think he was a chicken to turn himself in. He won't live long anyway." Among the visitors crowding the funeral homes to pay tribute were Gov. Richard J. Hughes and some 400 police from Lodi and surrounding areas. Voto left his wife, a 16-year-old daughter and two sons, 12 and 7. Tedesco, single, lived with his parents, Mr; and Mrs.' Patrick Tedesco. ,_,' • Lodi police were putSpoken earlier in tho day in'their .satisfaction over the .shooting of Fa'lcb,* who died cursing the • police after a furious struggle in a New York hotel room. Ironically, Falco died in his underwear, a humiliation he visited upon Tedesco. when the young cop was gunned down. Law Applies To Contai ners For Produce SPRINGFIELD, IU; .f-Jit, is now illegal to sell or offer for sale at retail fresh fruits and vegetables in any unmarked closed container unless the produce is sold by the actual grower, or sold to a canning or freezing company. This • applies lo ' all produce closed containers from bushel baskets to the small cellophane packages which are found on 'tfie produce shelves of food stores. ; Robert M. Schneider, state agriculture director,•- today said Senate Bill 1083, passed by the last General Assembly.'.apd ; signed into law by Gov. Otto .Kerner on Aug. 5, is now being enforced by the Department pf r - Agriculture. .'•;' v ; . - S According to i/'Schneider, Senate Bill lOSS/'Vmcnded Itlie so- called "closefl '-package .law of 1923," which^'^latqa 'to ^tlie Inspection anijl'f s'tahciardlzBition of h o r t i c u 'j t u r &\, agricultural, aplar^aK.'/ciairy, and -. otheu farm pr^auctsi--He-"said enforcement of.:' tfi^|%jas newly amended willf^e7v'^e, ; ;'responsiblU.ty 1 ; of the Diyisfoji)! of Markets»headed by Robert'".Bi; Rogers. •,,'• Rogers said me provisions; of the now-: amendment delete 't(ie section of the old law whiqh provided that any fresh fruits 'or vcgetabjesi may be packed for sale, offered for sale, or sold without conforming to the provisions of the original act, if the containers are unmarked as to grade, description or classification. The new law now requires the marking of all such fresh fruits and vegetables offered for re- lull sule including produce which muy full in the category of "ungraded" or "unclassified," since the previous "no murk" rule has now been replaced. "Any markings shown must be strictly complied with by the contents of the container and the deceptive use or misuse of any grade standards is unlawful," Schneider said, ' ' i ' . ' ..; Circulate Serial ; Numbers of Kail Loot LONppN (AP) -T- The serial numbers of many' of the bank notes stolen in Britain's great train robbory were ' circulated widely today, Police said they were convincex} most'of the $7 million haul now is useless to tho thieves. " Scotland Yard believes the loot from the Aug. 8 mail train anv hush still is in Britain, although some of the gang's ringleaders may haye.fted U^e (»untry. the Nationalist Chinese (or tho loan of'farming experts, OPEN EVERY NIGHT 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY '4\ (A) Deep Form-Cradling Foam Comfort! 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