York Daily Record from York, Pennsylvania on December 23, 1974 · Page 15
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1 Policeman Says Couple Shouted 6We Killed Him9 Report In Robert Kennedy's York Daily Record, Monday, December 23, 1974 15 Slaying Ignored '. S LOS ANGELES (UPI ) - A retired police officer says that the night Sen. Robert F, Kennedy was killed, a couple told : him they heard another couple saying, "We shot him. ..we killed Kennedy...," a local radio station reported Sunday. Former Sgt. Paul Shraga, who said he was the first police officer to arrive at the Ambassador Hotel where Kennedy was shot, said his report of the incident was overlooked . despite a massive investigation conducted by authorities. : Shraga told a KMPC newsman that as he walked toward the assassination and was convicted for shooting the Senator in 1968. At the time of the shooting, witnesses reported seeing a woman in a "polka-dot" dress fleeing from the hotel. As command post officer, Shraga said he broadcast the description for about two hours until he was told to discontinue it by a senior officer, who reportedly told him, "We've got our man.. .let's not make a federal case out of this." the hotel, an older couple stopped him and told him that they had passed a young couple who were smiling and shouting, "We shot him.. .we killed Kennedy...we shot him. ..we killed him." Shraga told the newsman that the elderly couple described the pair as "in their early 20s" and said the woman was "wearing a polka-dot dress." Sirhan B. Sirhan, a Jordanian, was grabbed at the scene of Shraga said he filed official reports with invstigative : bodies, but that the reports disappeared and were not in- $ eluded in subsequent books written on the assassination of : Kennedy. $ Shraga's story, aired by the radio station Sunday, came in the wake of a controversy over whether or not to re-open the $ case for further investigation. Authorities involved in the original investigation said bal- listic tests of the murder weapon were insufficient. Births York Area Deaths Panday. 143-A S. Hartman St.. Saturday, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. Santos V. DeJesus. 346 W. North St., Saturday, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. David M. Baldwin. Fawn Grove. Friday, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. Alan W. Leathery, 10-F Stony Lane, Dover. Friday, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Schroll, 919 Hanover Rd., Friday, a daughter. Memorial Osteopathic To Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Forry. York Haven RD 1. Sunday, a daughter. Golden Agers' Bowling Team, Allis-Chalmers Athletic Association, and a 30-year member of the Industrial Management Club. Surviving besides his widow is a daughter, Mary Heilman, at home. One of his pastors, the Rev. Arthur W. Lauver, will officiate at the funeral Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Etzweiler Funeral Home, 1111 E. Market St. Burial will be in Kreutz Creek Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. KempF. Beaumont Sr. RAYVILLE, Md. Kemp F. Beaumont Sr., 83, husband of the late Anna L. Spicer Beaumont, Middletown Road, Parkton, Md., died at York Hospital Sunday at 5:42 a.m. where he had been a patient for 15 days. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Pascal K. and Emma Thomas Mrs. Susan M. Strong Mrs. Susan M. Strong. 86, widow of Wilson A. Strong, 1723 Ridgewood Road, died at 9 p.m. Friday at her home. She was born in York County, daughter of the late Jacob and Emma Landis Miller. She was a member of Mount Zion Lutheran Church. Surviving are two sons. Lloyd E. Strong, Thomasville RD2.and Stewart B. Strong, at home; two daughters, Mrs. Truman Sipe. at home, and Mrs. Kenneth Beck, 2001 N. Sherman St.; two grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter, and a brother, Jacob I. Miller, East Berlin RD 2. Her pastor, the Rev. Charles A. Snyder Jr., will officiate at funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday at Mount Zion Road. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Memorial Fund of the church. Etzweiler Funeral Home. HUE. Market St., is in charge of arrangements. Mrs.Perla P. Trout WOODSBORO, MD. - Mrs. Perla P. Trout. 86, wife of the late Grover Cleveland Trout, Woodsboro. died Saturday evening at Frederick Nursing Center. Mrs. Trout was born in Castle Fen. Pa., the daughter of the late John C. and Margaret C. Markey Pyle. She was a member of Walkersville United Methodist Church, Glade Valley Grange and the Sons and Daughters of Liberty Post 32. Surviving a-" six sons, Harold R.. Arti. ' P. and J. C. W. Trout, all of Frederick; Nelson E. Trout. Graceham; Gilmore C. Trout. Walkersville; and Melvin E. Trout. Thermciit; three daughters, Mrs. Maxine Murray. Woodsboro: and Mrs. Pauline Whitmore and Mrs. Lillian Hummer both of New Midway; 27 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren; and a brother, Ralph E. Pyle. New York City. The funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the Barton-Stauffer Funeral Home. Walkersville. with her pastor, York Hospital To Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Frank, 709 Pennsylvania Ave., Sunday, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Markel. 1095 Kelly Drive, Sunday, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Van J. Lewis, Stewartstown RD 2. Saturday, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. Joel M. Howie. 22 Sherman St., Hanover. Saturday a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. William L. Grove. Manchester RD 2, Saturday, a daughter.. To Mr. and Mrs. Scott K. Gantz. 51 E. Cottage Place. Saturday, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Brillhart, 731 Village Road. Saturday, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. Madhukar Deaths HEIIMAN On Dec 2! 1974 at Barley Conv Home South Horry E Heilman husband of Emma A Heilman of 882 E Market St . aged 82 years Funerol services Tuesday at 2 p m ot the Etzweiler Funeral Home 1IU E Morket St Interment in Kreutr Creek cemetery Viewing Monday eve 7 to 9 m lieu of flowers contributions to the American Cancer Society MELHORN On Dec 22 1974 ot 5 15 p m at his home Harry Curtis Meihorn husbond of Venardia A Melhorn Melhorn. York RD 4 Aged 81 years. 3 months 2days Relatives and friends ore invited to attend the funeral services Thursday at 10 30 a m. ot the Scott B Emig Funeral Home N, Queen St . Dover. Interment in Quickel s Cemetery Friends may call at the Emig Funeral Home. Wednesday from 7 to 9 p m If desired memoriols may be sent to the Starview United Church of Christ Building Fund MILLER On Dec 17 1974 Violet N. Amsbaugh Wiiler 219 Eberts Lone widow of George Miller oged 69 years 8 months 12 days Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funerol services Mondoy ot I 30 p m at the Burg Funeral Home 134 W. Broadway Red Lion Interment in Ml Rose cemetery Viewing prior to the service NEELY On Dec 21 1974 ot 12 noon at the York Hospital George M. Neely Jr . husband of Anna Sponce Neely 1748 Crescent Rood aged 66 yeais 8 months 26 days Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Tuesday at 10 a m at the Baumeister and Orcutt Colonial Morfuory. S. Queen at Jackson Streets Interment in Mt Rose Cemetery. Family reguests no viewing In lieu of llowers kindly make memorial con Inbutions to the York County Heart Association or to the York County Cancer Society. d23 2t Robert (Nottingham, Industrialist, Dead Greth, will officiate at the funeral Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Kenworthy Funeral Home, 269 Frederick St. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Edward J. Abendschein HANOVER - Edward J. Abendschein, 62, husband of Kathryn O'Dell Abendschein. 101 4th St., died Sunday at Hanover Genera, Hospital at 10:50 a.m. He was a son of the late Edward and Harriet Beuer-mann Abendschein. Surviving also are two daughters, Mrs. John Vinck, Horsham; Mrs. Brent Haskell, DeMoines. Iowa; two sons, Edward J. Abendschein Jr.. Long Island. N.Y.; William T. Abendschein at home; five grandchildren, a brother. Ward Abendschein, Lewiston. N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. H. Victor Kane, Biinghanton. N.Y. and Mrs. James Cragun. Braindered, Minnesota. Mr. Abendschein was a member of First Methodist Church; graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass.; was president of New Way Packaging Machinery Inc.. on the board of the Hanover General Hospital; the board of the Farmers Bank and Trust Company; board of the Methodist Home for the Aged; a member of the Hanover Lions Club; York-Adams Mental Health-Mental Retardation program, the Hanover School Board Authority the board for Clearview Terrace and was a past president of the United Funds. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, and the body will lie in state at the church from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Rev. Robert Sheesly, his pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Donations may be made to Hanover General Hospital or the York County Heart Association. Deaths BEAUMONT On Dec 22 1974 ol York Hospital, Kemp F. Beaumont Sr., Middletown Road, Parkton. Md . husband of the late Anna I. Spicer Beaumont oged 83 years, 10 days Relatives and friends ore invited to attend the lunerol services Tuesday, Dec 24 at 1 1 a m at Hartenstem Mortuary 2nd at Franklin St . New Freedom Po Interment in Lorraine Park Cemetery Woodlawn cemetery. Friends may coll at the mortuary Monday from 7 to 9 p m, d23 2t COBLE On Dec 20 1974 at 2 30 p m at Lebanon Veterans Hospital Ross S. Coble, husband of Mamie lee Coble Lewisberry RD I oqed 71 years Relatives ond friends ore invited to attend the funeral Monday at 2 p m from the Nelson E Unch Funeral Home lewisberry Interment m Mt Olivet Cemetery near New Cumberland Friends may call at the funeral home Mondoy from I p m until time of service BOYD On Dec 20 1974 at 9 10 p m , at Memorial Osteopathic Hospital Charles P Boyd husband of Muriel E Buffalp Boyd RD 3 York aged 71 years 8 months 23 days Funeiol services on Tuesday ot 2 p m from The Workinger Funeral Home 849 E Market St Interment tn Prospect Hill cemetery No viewing Mondoy evening viewing Tuesday, noon until lime ol services: In lieu of flowers those William Virgil Heaps PARKTON, MD. - William Virgil Heaps, 66, husband of Mrs. Marie Matthews Heaps, Bond Road, died Sunday at 1:45 p.m. in the York Hospital where he was a patient five days. Until his retirement a year ago, Mr. Heaps co-operated Maryland Line Exxon Station with his wife who continues operating the business. He also formerly was employed as a carpenter-foreman for Oscar Gray Construction Co., Butler, Md., where he resided before moving to the Bond Road address eight years ago. Son of the late Charles and Ozella Heaps, he was a World War II Army veteran, having served in Europe, and was a member of Parkton American Legion Post 256. Surviving also are six children, Virginia E., Norma J. and Larry D. Heaps, all of Parkton; William V. Heaps Jr., Dallastown; Mrs. Elizabeth A. Burrs, Shrewsbury, and Mrs. Ruth H. Taylor, New York. N.Y.; five stepchildren, Mrs. Freda Z. Tracey, Freeland; Franklin Gosnell, Parkton; Mrs. Margaret Snow, address unknown; Mrs. Mary Gordon. Baltimore, and Mrs. Doris Walker. Hampstead. Also, 16 grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Ruth Zeigler, Joppa; and six brothers, Francis Heaps. Darlington; Quentin and Marvel Heaps. Bel Air; Walter and Vincent Heaps, Fawn Grove, and Everett Heaps, White Hall. The funeral will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Hartenstein Mortuary, New Freedom, with the Rev. Theodore M. Clegg, pastor of Maryland Line United Methodist Charge, officiating. Interment will be in Norrisville UM Cemetery. Deaths desiring may send contributions to Emonuel UCC Improvement Fund of York COTTINGHAM On Dec 20 1974 av the Harrisburg General Hospital Robert A. Cottingham husband of Mildred A Cottingham of 113 Shelbourne Dr.. oged 54 years Funeral services will be held Monday at II o m from the Asbury United Methodist Church 340 E. Market St. Interment in Susquehanna Memoriol Gardens No viewing in lieu of flowers con tnbufions may be made to the Robert Cottingham Memorial fund of the Asbury U M. Church d23 It HARRY On Dec 20 1974 at 8 30 pm at his residence Mom Street Emigsville Herbert S Harry husbond of Ruth M Bmler Harry oged 72 years 10 months 18 days Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Monday at 2 pm of the Shmdler Funerol Home 915 N Duke St Interment in Ml Zion Cemetery Friends ore invited to coll Sunday evening 7 to 9 at the funeral home d?l 2t HEAPS On Dec 22 1974 ot York Hospital, William Virgil Heops, husband ol Morie Matthews Heaps Bond Rood, Parkton, Md oged 66 years 10 months 7 days Relotives ond friends are invited to attend the funeral services Thursday Dec 26 at 10 30 a m from the Har tenstem Mortuory. 2nd ot Franklin St ; New Freedom, Pa, Interment in Norrisville U M. Friends may coll at the mortuary Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. d23 21 so Beaumont. He was a member of the Middletown United Methodist Church, Freeland, Md. and owned and operated a fleet of school buses for Baltimore County Board of Education for 30 years, until his son took over the operation in 1957. Mr. Beaumont farmed in the Rayville area for 42 years until 1966 and was a member of Baltimore County Farm Bureau. . He resided with his son, Kemp F. Beaumont Jr., Shrewsbury for four months. Also surviving are another son. Donald C. Beaumont, Bryan, Texas; nine grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and a sister. Mr. Lillian Zimmerman. Caton-sville. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Har-tenstein Mortuary. 2nd at Franklin St., New Freedom, ' with his pastor Rev. William E. Keiter, officiating. Burial will be in Lorraine Park Cemetery, Woodlawn. Grover C.Hoffman HANOVER - Grover C. Hoffman, 88, formerly of Baltimore Street, died Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Hanover General Hospital where he had been confined for nearly three years. He was born Jan. 10, 1886, a son of the late Lewis and Jane Nace Hoffman. Mr. Hoffman's first wife. Gertrude Beemiller ' ii J I Rev. James W. Merchant, officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Woodsboro. Mrs. Louisa E.Spangler Mrs. Louisa Emma Spangler, 88, widow of Harry M. Spangler. formerly of 33 Chestnut St.. died Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Barley Convalescent Home East. Mrs. Spangler was born near Jacobus, a daughter of the late Benjamin and Ida Kreidler Hengst. She was a member of Fourth United Methodist Church and its Sunday school. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Stuart Roser, Parkton, Md.. and Mrs. Donald H. Zimmerman, 116 N. Hartman St.; four sons, Clair R. Spangler Sr., 818 S. Duke St.; Mearle H. Spangler, 1324 Bonneview Road; Russell E. Spangler, 2552 Willow St., and Richard E. Spangler, 137 Ridgefield Drive; 13 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and three sisters. Mrs. Ida Barshinger. 588 E. Maple St.. Dallastown; Mrs. Wilson Barshinger, Brogue RD 1; and Mrs. Edith Krout. 180 Reynolds Mill Road. Her pastor, the Rev. Melvin Geiman Jr., will officiate at the funeral Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Etzweiler Funeral Home, 1111 E. Market St. Burial will be in Christ United Methodist Cemetery, Jacobus., Harry Curtis Melhorn DOVER - Harry Curtis Melhorn. 81, husband of Venardia A. Melhorn Melhorn, York RD 4. died Sunday at 5:15 p.m. at his home. Born in Admire, he was a son of the late George and Cassandra Neiman Melhorn. He was a member of Star-view United Church of Christ. Mt. Wolf RD 1 and the Dover Fire Company. The last place Mr. Melhorn was employed was the Emrich Construction Company, in 1945. , Surviving also are a daughter, Mrs. Thelma Ploughman, a step-daughter, Mrs. Mary Kreeger, both of York RD 4; four grandchildren, four step-grandchildren, four step-great grandchildren, two brothers, Wilbert Melhorn, 30 S. Sumner St., York; Paul Melhorn, Dover RD 1; two sisters. Mrs. Anna Fortney, 27 S. West St. and Mrs. Emma Shaeffer, 1050' Edison St. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. from the Scott B. Emig Funeral Home, N. Queen St., Dover, with his pastor Rev. Richard W. Barley officiating. Burial will be in Quickel's Cemetery. The family suggests memorials be sent to the Starview United Church of Christ Building Fund. Charles P. Boyd Charles P. Boyd. 71. husband of Murial E. Buffiap Boyd. York RD 3, died at 9:10 p.m. Friday at Memorial Osteopathic Hospital. Born in York County, he retired in 1966 from Maple Press Printing Co. after 46 years of services. Along with his widow, he is survived by several cousins. He was a member of AARP, Chapter 24. The Rev. Ivan R. Morrin, pastor of Emmanuel United Church of Christ, will officiate at funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Workinger Funeral Home. 849 E. Market St. Interment will be in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Emmanuel United Churcn of Christ Improvement Fund. Harry E.Heilman Harry E. Heilman. 82. husband of Emma A. Shellenberger Heilman, S82 E. Market St.. died at 12:04 a.m. today at Barley Convalescent Home South. He was born in Dover Township, son of the late Lewis and Elizabeth Reisinger Heilman. ''Prior to his retirement, he was a foreman at Allis-Chalmers. He was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, the Sterling North, Author, Dies MORRISTOWN, N.J. (UPI) ' Sterling North, noted for his novels "So Dear to My Heart" and "Rascal", died Saturday night in a Morristown nursing home after a long illness. He was 68. Deaths SPANGLER On Dec 21 1974 ot II 30 a m at the Barleys East Con vatescent Home louiso Emma Hengst Spangler wile ot the late Hairy W Spongier formerly ot 833 Chestnut St, ! oged 86 years Relatives ond friends are invited to ottend the funeral Services Tuesday at II o m from the Etivve.ler Funeral Home HUE Market St Interment in Christ United Methodist Cemetery Jacobus Viewing Mondoy evening from 7 to 9 STRONG On Dec 20 1974 at 98 00 p m at her residence Susan M Strong wile of the late Wilson A Strong of 1723 Ridgewood Road oged 86yeors 19 days Funeral services will be held Monday ot 2 p m ot the Mt Zion Lutheran Church 2164 Mt Zion Road Interment in Mt Zion cemetery Viewing Sunday eve from 7 to 9 p m. ot the Etzweiler Funeral Home 1111 E Moiket St ond ot the Church Monday from 1 p m unl,l time of service. In lieu of flowers contributions moy be made to the memorial fund of the Mt Zion Lutheran Church d23 It Funeral Directors SLEEGER FUNERAL HOME E Morket St Phone 848 2491 51 d2 Imo SHINDLER FUNERAL HOME 915NorthOukeSt Phone 843 1778 51 d2 Imo. ROBERT COTTINGHAM Robert A. Cottingham, industrialist and planner, died suddenly Friday evening on his way home from New York City. Mr. Cottingham, 54. of 113 Shelbourne Drive, had been to New York on business. He was driving home from Harrisburg International Airport when he became ill. pulled off Route 230 in Highspire and later was found dead. He was president of Polymer Extrusions. Inc., 1701 W. King St., and was a member of the York Planning Commission. He also was active at Asbury United Methodist Church GLEN ROCK STATE BANK Our hours Dec. 24th & Dec. 31st will be as follows: 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM at the Glen Rook Office 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Lojzanville Office where he was a trustee, member of the administrative board, the Commission on Education, Johnson Sunday School Class, and United Methodist Men. He was a member of the LaFayette Club; McDonald Lodge 324. F&AM; York County Hisotircal Society. York Area Chamber of Commerce, and Parents' Council of Wellesley College. Mr. Cottingham was the husband of Mildred A. Cottingham. He was born in Charlestown. III., son of the late Albert and Lillian Cottingham. Surviving besides his widow are a daughter, Carol Cot tingham, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Burton Lee, Rockville, Ind. His pastor, the Rev. Dr. Martin W. Hopkins, and the Rev. L. Vance Green will officiate at funeral services Monday at 11 a.m. at Asbury Methodist Church. Interment will be in Susquehartna Memorial Gardens. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Robert Cottingham Memorial FUnd of Asbury church. a member of the national society. Mr. Neely was a member of the Continental Congress Chapter of York of the Sons of the American Revolution, a member of the Red Lion Rotary Club and the York AARP. Surviving also are four ,sons: Dr. John E. Neely, Min-nespolis, Minn.; J. Scott Neely and Mark S. Neely. both at home; and George M. Neely III, with the U.S. Army in South Korea; two daughters. Mrs. George Sciangula. 2156 S. Brook Drive, and Mrs. Harold Yohe. 144 Sylvan Drive; nine grandchildren; two brothers. James Neely. Emmitsburg. Md.. and Horace Neely. Gettysburg: and a sister. Mrs. Philip Herrmann. Hagerstown. Md. His pastor, the Rev. John T. Galloway, will officiate at the funeral Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Baumeister and Orcutt Colonial Mortuary, South Queen and Jackson Streets. Burial will be in Mi. Rose Cemetery. The family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to York County Heart Association or York County Ca noer Societv. George Neely Jr. Dies; Was Public Accountant diMbiiltillldSB' Hoffman, died in 1936. His second wife, Minnie Leppo Hoffman, died in 1960. Since his second wife's death. Mr. Hoffman resided in a lodging home in the borough. Mr. Hoffman had been employed for many years at the Hanover Heel and In-nersole Factory and, before his retirement, for a number of years was employed by the Coulson Heel Co., Hanover. He was a member of the Hanover Lodge of the Loyal Order of the Moose for 62 years, a member of Eagle Fire Co. and the Firemen's Association of Y'ork County. Surviving is a brother, Gilbert H. Hoffman. Ill McAllister St. His pastor, the Rev. Carroll C. Luckenbaugh, will officiate at the funeral Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Pannebaker Funeral Home, 311 Broadway. Burial will be in Mount Oliver Cemetery. The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to the Trinity Church Building Fund. York Street, Hanover. Mrs. Bessie B. Melhorn HANOVER - Mrs. Bessie B. Melhorn. 89. formerly of 309 Highland Ave., widow of Carl S. Melhorn, died Saturday at 9.30p m.at Homewood Church Home. Hanover, where she was a resident since 1966. Mrs. Melhorn was the daughter of the late Jacob and Martha Welsh Bange. She was a member of Emmanuel United Church of Christ. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy M. Bayley, Peekskill. N.Y.; two grandchildren and a great granddaughter. Her pastor, the Rev. G3ry (DMD '1d32SID(333F' GOER ; ; i Nb. St lJ Al. 1 mm GEORGE M. NEELY JR. George M. Neely Jr., a )ublic accountant in the York irea for many years and vice resident and trust officer at y"ork Bank & Trust Co.. died Saturday at noon at York lospital. He was 66 and the msband of Mrs. Anna Spence !ecl y. 1748 Crescent Road. Mr. Neely was born in "airfield. Adams County, a son f the late George M. Neelv Sr. nd Maude Maxell Neely" He ,as a member of First 're-byterian Church and the afayette Club, and president f the Pennsylvania Society of ' u b ! f c Accountants as well as A hr - niiii -nim -.hiiai- . n m i, i

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