Rev Dr John W Richards Obituary 10 April 1944 Gettysburg Times

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of the estate of Harry Thompson, child of Harry Thompson. Sr.. and Thompson, late of Berwick Town- Adams County, Pa., deceased, haw in the Orphani Court of Adam.* the First and Final Account of its of _ «aid estate, the same confirmed nisi to be confirmed ah- on the 21st day of April. A.D.. 19-14 11:00 o'clock ». m.. unl«« filed thereto. exceptions GETTYSBURG NATIONAL BANK, was pinned down flat against the floor where I couldn't be tossed around when it hit. "The plane hit on the bottom. If it had hit on the top I would probably probably have been killed. Thafs the only way I can figure it out." P. Butt. Guardian Goes South For V a c a t i o n Washington, April 10 (AP)-President Roosevelt has gone south a vacation and rest which will about two weeks. trip was announced today by White House. The time of the departure from Washington and the place where he has were not disclosed. White House statement said: President has left Washington for the south and will be away approximately two weeks unless unexpected emergency arises would compel him to return an earlier date. President was accompanied Admiral William D. Leahy, his chief of staff; vice-Admiral T. Mclntire, surgeon general or Navy and physician to the President; Rear Admiral Wilson Brown, Lutheran Church Historian Expires Shamokin. Pa.. April 10 (AP)--The Rev. Dr. John W. Richards, retired, an authority on Lutheran history and a lineal descendant of Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg who founded the Lutheran church in America, died yesterday at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Joseph H. Davison. wife of the Shamokin superintendent superintendent of schools. He was 77. Dr. Richards retired three years ago after serving 28 years as pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Previously he had held pastorates in Lancaster. Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, and .Lima, Ohio. A frequent contributor to the Lutheran Lutheran and other church publications, publications, he was granted a doctorate five years ago by Muhlenberg college college in recognition 01 his writings' on Lutheran history. He was an' alumnus of Muhlenberg- and of the Lutheran Theological seminary. Mt. Airy, Pennsylvania. (His father. aide; and Major General Ed- J^ttWas Henry Richards, graduated from the Gettysburg Lutheran Theological Theological seminary in 1864.) Besides his daughter he is survived survived by a son. Matthias H Richards, principal of the South Philadelphia high school for boys. M. Watson, military aide and Test Stassen In Nebraska Vote Washington, April 10 (AP)--Backers of Lieut. Comdr. Harold E. Stassen will risk some of their 'candidate's Wisconsin-accrued prestige in a Nebraska primary that/'Senator Butler (R-Neb) predicted Tobacco was once used by Indians in middle America as a medicine and as monies. incense in religious cere- S k u l Washington. neuro-surgeous at hospital have taken glazier and technique for fixing caused by battle accidents. They are replacing of shattered skull tantalum metal plates on chiselled-out uninjured bone and triangular metal new pane of glass window frame. The technique to military the first time three-hour a soldier whose in combat on last summer. The witnessed by 20 Army hospitals conference at Yorkshire Return London, April sands of South returned to work ending a week-long 100.000 men that 1.000,000 tons of A total of this morning, back in she pits In Belfast, aircraft workers Tuesday and have been on Colorado has rising above 14.000 BLONDIE

Clipped from The Gettysburg Times10 Apr 1944, MonPage 5

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