May 18, 1962
Dee Kegley of Warner Robins won the Perry Invitations Womens Golf Tournament held at the Perry Gold Course. Fabia Rogers of Idle Hour was second and Smitty Marshall of Fort Valley won the consolation round. Scottie Weems of Perry won the first flight, beating Betty Becker of Bowden. Second flight went to Lois Corley of Idle Hour with Elizabeth Jones of Perry second. Coralie Nunn of Perry won the third flight with Lowie Young of Fort Valley second. The fourth flight winner was Grace Dickson of Riverside, with Leta Evans of Sandy Run second. Montezumas Janice Haugabook won fifth flight over Billie Sexton of Perry. Betty Etheridge of Perry took the sixth flight, with Betty Lewis of Perry second. Doris Hulbert of Perry defeated Ruth Cooper of Fort Valley in the seventh flight. Queenie Smith of Perry beat Pearl Nall of Perry for vacation flight honors.
May 23, 1962
Fifteen Warner Robins Air Materiel Area employees received cash awards for suggestions that represented a cost avoidance, not including intangible benefits, of $35,082 for the Air Force. Employees from Warner Robins were Frank G. Ussery, Leth A. Allmon and Cecil R. Cherry. From Macon were John B. Wilbanks, Dawson D. Malton, Wade D. Carter and Dallas R. Marlowe. From other areas were A.J. Adams of Perry, Charles Stafford of Kathleen, Tommy W. Davis of Unadilla, Cecil W. Martin Jr. of Fort Valley, Abraham L. Beavers of Marshallville, John M. Williams of Milan, Andrew H. Johnson of Hawksinville and Harold E. Rogers of Thomaston.
May 25, 1962
Two of the commanders at Robins Air Force Base were honored by the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce at a banquet in the Elks Lodge. They were Col. Richard C. Neeley, commander of the 4137th Strategic Air Wing, and Col. Fred A. Morgan, commander of the 7th Logistic Support Squadron. Both officers were expected to transfer from Robins. Neeleys command became the highest rated B-52 wing in the Strategic Air Command when it won the Fairchild Trophy in SACs worldwide bombing competition. Morgan had commanded the 7th Logistic Squadron since 1957. A command pilot qualified in jet and reciprocating engine aircraft, he came from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.