Reno Evening Gazette, June 6, 1944, Page 5

Reno Evening Gazette

June 06, 1944

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1944, Reno, Nevada AIR COMMANDOS RELAX of Col. Philip first air commandos, of them nursing battle wounds, relax at the edge of a landing strip deep In Burma. (AP wire photo) Patteson Named New Base Head Colonel Assumes Tonopah Command TONOPAH, June Elder former chipf of staff of the 4th bomber command, has assumed the post of commanding officer at the Tonopah army air fleJd Col Patteson succeeds Col Jacob who has been transferred to the Lemoore Calif personnel replacement center for the 4th air force Col Patteson on active army duty since completing hn aviation cadet training in 1928 assumed command at the Tonopah air base this week Col Mcrrillis who .came to Tonopah in December of 1942, to succeed Col F D Gore as commanding officer, has al- readv assumed his new station at the Lemoore field, it was an- nounced A native of Tennesspe, Col Pat- teson has established a distin- guished military record since com- pleting his training as a cadet After serving as an Instructor at Randolph Field, Tex, for four years Coll Patteson was sent to Hawaii with a pursuit fighter group and remained on the Pacific island until 1939, when he was transferred to March field, Calif He remained at March field for two years and whi'e there was a member of the group of army fliers which delivered the first of the B-17 bombers to Hawaii. The flight was one of the most sig- nificant in the history of the army air forces After a short time at New Or- leans, during the summer of 1941 Col Patteson was moved back to the west coast with the out- break of the war in December of 1941. For six mnths he served In the group which comprised the army's off-shore patrol of the en- tirt west coast He then attended the naval war college and after the course was assigned to the staff of Admiral Greenslade at San Francisco as coordinator of the aerial work of the army and navj. From Admiral staff Col Patteson was given his assignment on the bomber com- mand and while in this post trav- eled to Fngland and the Mediter- ranean wai zone While in Eu- rope he studied the Allied bomb- Ing tactics as a basis for the bomber training practice at bases in the 4th air force Since his re- turn from Eurrpe he has been stationed at San Francisco Louis Gardner Drowns in River LAS Jure coron- er's jury investigation of the drowning of Louis Gardner in the Colorado river be'ow Boulder dam found that Gardner "came to his death by accidental drowning while in the performance of his duties as a compressor ooerator for the bureau of reclamation Gardner was last seen walking along a catwalk on the lower por- tal to board a boat to cross the It is that he fell from the walk. He was first seen in the water by Aaron Leaiitt, who, being unable to swim, sum- moned James H Lenton, who dived into the water and brought Gardner out Artificial respira- tion and a pulmotor failed to re- vive him Gardner is survived by his widow Mrs Minnie Gardner, two sons, Charles m the army in New Hamp- shire and George with the navy in West Vifgma, and a brother, Ed- ward of Los Angeles Funeral ar- langements are pending word from the sons, and the body is at the Palm funeral home NOTICE! DR. BERT E. EDWARDS' eiiice will be CLOSED UNTO. JUNE 18th CAMERON COMPANY, Inc. J D. CAMERON. Pres. 206 BYINGTON BLDG. General Insurance Bonds Reno, Nevada Telephone 8311 SPAPFRnoClliVE Republican Meet Held at Tonopah TONOPAH June 6 Resolu- tions favoring the Incorporation of Tonopah under a city form of government, urging the purchase by the community of the sewer sjstem and comending the work of three Republican ofiice holders were adopted as members of the Republican party held their bien- nial county heie May 27 In addition to the adoption of the resolutions, Mark G Brad- shaw was reelected for his twelfth term as chairrran of the GOP county central committee and C C Boak was reelected as commit- tee secretary. Other business in- cluded the naming of the mem- bers of the county central com- mittee and the election of the dele- gates to the state Republican con- vention to be held In Reno June 10 Members of the party county central committee were listed to include: Tonopah Na 1, W E Brodie, John Warning, Stephen S Clark, Tonopah No 2 R T Mor- ris, Mark Bradshaw, Fred Jack- son; Tonopah No 3, Vivien Green- wood, Blanche Mitchell Mrs Ar- thur Cox, Tonopah No 4 Martha Woolndge. C R Terrell Fred Steen Round Mountain Will Far- rmgton Ed Michal, Blanche Berg, Manhattan, W A Donald, John T James Ella M Humphrey, Be- atty Ed Campbell Jack Ajhvard, Louis McCrea B'adshaw was guen authority to fill the member- ship on the county committee from residents of other parts of the county. Fourteen delegates, each with one-half vote, were named to rep- resent Nye county at the state convention Those named inciudfd Ch de Terrell C D Keough, Allen C C Boak, Ben Famngton, Ohne Stewart, Mark Bradshaw, Martha Woolndge and Leila Gos- sard all of Tonopah Ed Campbell of Beattv, Blanche Berg and Anna S Michal of Round Mountain Tohn T James of Manhattan and II M Schwab of Gabbs Republican office-holders com- mended in the resolutions included Mrs Stewart, national committee- woman, who was endorsed for re- election to the post; C C Boak assemblyman, and the late Sverre Floathe assemblyman IMPORTED TEQUILA Birds can see 100 times better than man Eye Don'ts for War Workers 1 Don t use es unnecessarily 2 Don t read In poor light 3 Don t t eyes exposed to dU5t w Ind or overwork Bathe them T.ith Quickly sootnes in flamed pore burning itching and granu lated ejelid? or money refunded Thou sands praise it 30 jears success Get Uuoptlk today At all drug stores MEN and WOMEN LEARN RADIO FREE U. 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