The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 27.05.1961, Blaðsíða 3

The White Falcon - 27.05.1961, Blaðsíða 3
Saturday, May 27, 1961 WHITE FAIXOIV 80 July Returnees Get One Preference Of the 121 men who received their assignment for the July with- drawl, 80 of them received at least one of the choices they requested. Here is the complete list. A means base of choice. B second choice. C State of choice. D First area choice. E Second area. F No choice. Name, AFSC Assignment Choice designation R. Nethken. 27130 ................ Sheppard, Tex.................. F James Pierce, 27150............... Lowry, Colo.................... C James Stanbaugh, 27171 .......... Malstrom, Mont................ E Roy Simpson, 27350A ............. Aiken, S.D..................... D James "Willis, 27350A.............. Lackland, Tex.................. B C. Flores, 29130 .................. Lincoln, Neb................... D Joseph Rufo, 29130 ............... Westover, Mass................. D Richard Blockland, 29130 L. Comstock, 70230 ...... Robert Herzer, 70230..... Earl Allen, 30452 ........ Sidney Bell, 30490 ....... Joseph O'Brien, 32231D .. Albert Barth, 32231D ___ Don Brady, 36172 ....... R. Batkowski, 36231 ..... Edward Barlow, 36231 Offutt. Neb.................... D Spokane, Wash................. B Dover, Dela.................... D Larson, Wash................... F Selfridge, Mich................. F Perrin, Tex..................... F Perrin, Tex..................... F Schilling, Kans................. F Scott. Ill....................... D Andrews, Md................... A W. Slater, 36330B ................ Shaw, S.C...................... F John Terepan, 40150 .............. Dover, Dela.................... A James Brennan, 42133 ............ Sewart, Tenn................... F Jack Detmer, 42133 .............. Sewart, Tenn................... E T. Daigneau, 42250 ............... Nellis, Nev..................... D W. Meddley, 42353 ................ Webb, Tex..................... D Jasper Davis, 43130 ............... Edwards, Calif................. F Leonard Lucas, A43151A .......... Scott .......................... A Sidney Miller, A43151A ........... Norton, CaUf................... D Donald Moore, A43151A ........... Norton ........................ D James Edney, 43171C ............. George, Calif................... D Earl Carr, 43250 .................. Kincheloe, Mich................ F Ron Cromwell, 43250 ......"....... Kincheloe ...................... F Charles Mone, 43270 .............. Dover, Dela..................... E F. Leitner, 43470 .................. Lockborne, Ohio................ F Wilfred Hinze, 46150 .............. Vandenberg, Calif.............. F D. Hendricks, 46250 .............. Webb .......................... E Adlo Smith, 66250 ................ Webb .......................... E Will Coster, 47131 ................ Perrin ......................... F Theo Mellor, 47131................ Mather, Calif................... A Jose Molina, 47131 ................ Lackland ...................... E L. Spooner, 47131 ................ Randolph, Tex.................. F R. Anderson, 47131 ............... Reese, Tex..................... F C. Kingsbury, 47150 .............. Kincheloe ...................... F W. Weaver, 47152 ................ Ent, Colo...................... D Dan Mitchell, 53450 .. A. Mitchel, 55151 ..... K. McDavid, 55290 ... James Crowder, 56230 . Harold Hogle, 57150 .. B. Thompson, 60170 .. Roy Pickel, 60270 ..... Albert Gleason, 60350 . David Cook, 60350 ___ Edward Allen, 60350 .. Earnest Land, 60350 .. C. Parker, 60350 ...... Jene Lathan, 60351 ... Jimmie Baker, 62150 .. Kenneth Olsen, 62230 R. Presley, 62230 ........ Otis, Mass...................... C ........ Kalispel, Mont.................. E ........ Tyndall, Fla.................... C ........ Glasgow, Mont.................. F ........ Truax, Wise. ................... E ........ McCord, Wash.................. F ........ Hamilton, CaUf................ D ........ Plattburgh, N.Y................ D ........ Fairchild, Wash................. A ........ Bergstrom, Tex................. A ........ Castle, CaUf.................... C ........ Bunker Hill, Ind............... D ........ Forbes, Kans................... D ........ Donaldson, S.C................. A ........ Charleston, S.C................. B ........ Dover.......................... F D. Stafslien, 62270 ................ Wurtsmith, Mich............... D Harry Witt. 64250................ Fairchild ...................... F D. Boucher, 64350A ............... Travis, CaUf.................... E R. Bujanos, 64350A ............... Travis ......................... F Donald Geiger, 64350A ............ Hamilton ...................... C I. Thomas, 64350A ................ K. I. Sawyer, Mich............. D J. Dandeneau, 64350A ............ McCord ........................ B Roy Joiner, 64350A ............... Donaldson ..................... D Harry Nordlund, 64350A .......... Travis ......................... C Joseph Blythe, 64570 ............. Holloman, N.M................. C Raymond Bates, 64570 ............ Larson, Wash.................. E James Howard, 64650 ............. Sewart, Tenn................... A Denzil Neely, 64650 ............... Perrin ......................... C John Jones, 64650 ................ Moody, Ga..................... A Clarence Bennett, 64670 .......... Cut Bank, Mont................ D Carlton Blais, 64730 .............. Malmstrom, Mont............... F J. CarroU, 64730 .................. F. E. Warren, Wyo............. F ...... Vandenberg .................... E ...... Keesler. Miss................... D ...... Lackland ...................... F ...... Lockborne, Ohio ............... D ...... Barksdale, La................... F ...... Randolph ...................... E ...... McCord........................ F ...... Vance, Okla.................... D ...... Offutt ......................... F ...... Loring, Maine.................. D ...... Kincheloe...................... D Wesley Austin, 70250 .............. Walker, N.M................... C Juau Chavez, 70250 ............... Walker........................ C F. MaUory, 70250 ................. Ellsworth, S.D................. F Clorence Bizet, 72150 ............. Seymour, N.C.................. E Bud Rees, 72171 .................. Lowry ......................... D John Boiler, 73250 ................ Lincoln, Neb.................... A Robert Lee, 64730 ...... Dave Cummings, 68530A Thomas Eckers, 68530A . L. Obbecke, 68530A ..... J. Cackowski, 68570A ... Darryl Bradt, 70230 ___ Edward Everett, 70230 .. Joe Griffith, 70230 ..... S. Pharris, 70230 ....... James Kenyon, 70230 ... Jack Sublett, 70230 Richard Duris, 73250 Wesley Frey, 72350 ... Eston Purvis, 73250 .. Vern Nelson, 73270 .. Jerry ParneU, 73270 Davis-Monthan. Ariz........¦___ D Lowry ......................... D Ft. Lee, Va..................... D Dover ......................... F Shaw, S.C...................... F Gene Mahoney, 74150 ............. Fairfield, CaUf................. F Wayne North, 76130J ............. Luke, Ariz...................... D Kenneth Cowan, 77130............ Richards, Wise................. D M. Harris, 77130 .................. Davis .......................... E R. Leferink, 77130 ................ Davis .......................... D Will McClure, 77130 .............. Kingsley, Oreg.................. D James Odom, 77130............... Hiuma, La..................... D HONORS BESTOWED YN3 Jimmy McReynolds and A3C James Malone were named Sailor and Airman of the Month for April. Colonel Benjamin G. Willis, Iceland Defense Force commander, congratulates the men on their achievement. Public Relations Award Is Presented To MATS The Silver Anvil, most coveted award in the field of public relations, was presented to the Military Air Trans- port Service. The presentation was made by the American Public Relations Assn. at the group's 17th annual conven- tion in Atlantic City, N. J. It*" was one of 23 similar awards 23 similar given to civic, national and inter- national organizations. MATS won in the military cate- gory of the APRA program and was cited for its planning, opera- Maryland University Lecturer Arrives KA Dr. James Butler, the new resi- dent lecturer for the University of Maryland program at Keflavik Airport, arrived last week. He is here to conduct courses in history and economics for qualified military and civilian personnel who desire to enroll in one of these courses which are counted toward the requirements for a degree. Dr. Butler was assistant pro- fessor of history at Kenyon Col- lege and Ohio State University. He received his Ph. D. from Ohio State in 1959, and became associ- ated with Maryland U. in 1960. In 1957-58, Dr. Butler studied International Relations at the Sorbonne in Paris while holding a University Research Fellowship. He is a member of Phi Beta Kapa, Phi Alpha Theta, national history honorary, and such pro- fessional organizations as the American Historical Association and the Mississippi Valley His- torical Association. tion and follow-through of its press relations throughout last year's BIG SLAM exercise. During the exercise, MATS moved approximately 350 news- men from media throughout the United States to Puerto Rico to observe the strategic airlift there of 21,000 Army troops and 11,000 tons of their equipment. Lt. Col. Raymond L. Towne, command director of information, accepted the award for MATS. It consists of a miniature silver blacksmith's anvil mounted on a mahogany base. Keflavik Choir Performs At Service Club Sunday Karlakor Keflavikur, the Kef- lavik Choir, will present a varied program at the Viking Service Club tomorrow at 8 p.m. for Kef- lavik Airport people and residents of nearby communites. The program, beginning with Lullaby and Old Ditties by Jon Leifs, includes Franz Schubert's God is My Shepherd and conclud- es with two sections from George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. Herbert Hriberscheck conducts the choir and Miss Ragnheidur Skuladottir is the pianist. Soloists are Gudjon Hjorleifsson, Bodvar Palsson and Sverrir Olsen. Name, AFSC G. Reaggle, 77130............... Ronald Watkins, 77130.......... Richard Belcher, 77130 ......... Alfred George, 77130 ............ Francis Balli, 77150 ............... Richards Thomas Goodwin, 77150........... Richards Assignment Choice designation Richards ....................... F Richards ....................... F Kingsley ....................... F Richards....................... A ................... E ................... E Thomas Connors, 77150 ........... Loring, Maine.................. D Albert Hall, 77150 ..............¦.. Kingsley ....................... A Davis Miller, 77150 ............... Mt. Home, Idaho ............... E Ray Maddox, 77150 ............... Offutt ......................... F C. L. Webb, 77150 ................ Forbes ......................... D Tom Robinson, 77150 ............. Beale, Calif.................... B James Colbert, 77150 ............. Mt. Nome ..................... D Howard Stratton, 90150 ........... Seymour1 ....................... F Brens Yuohis, 90170 .............. Dyess, Tex...................... F David Colton, 90230 .............. Carswell, Tex................... F Richard DeUnski, 90230 ........... Turner, Ga..................... D G. Hutchinson, 90230 ............. Forbes ......................... F S. Brelsford, 90230 ................ Lacklond ...................... F J. Birchfield, 90230 ............... McConnell, Kans............... F C. Robbins, 90250 ................ Laredo, Tex..................... F Dewin Minew, 90430 .............. Norton ........................ E J. McKinney, 90850 ......^........ Orlando, Fla................... F Herman Martin, 92250A ........... Dyess .......................... E James Peterson, 98130 ............ Stead, Nev..................... D Raymond Carter. 98250A.......... Langsey, Va.................... D McFetridge Named Prexy Of Masons James McFetridge, CAMRON, was elected president of the Northern Lights Masonic order at a luncheon held Tuesday at the Keflavik Airport NCO Club. Jerome W. Cowan, AACS was named to the first vice-presidency and William T. Upton, Transport- ation, to the second vice-president office. Others named to office were Paul W. Smith, Transportation, secretary; R. E. Opfel, CAMRON, treasurer; and William E. Horn, Civil Engineers, chaplain. The meeting was opened by out- going president Paul Knepp, and following opening rituals, the Masons were served dinner. Outgoing officers in the order were lauded for their efforts dur- ing their tenure and the new of- ficers were made welcome. Furth- er business included a discussion relating to the retention of the Mason's sponsorship of Explorer Scout Post 46. The order voted to continue the project. The next meeting of the North- ern Lights Masons will be held June 13, at the NCO Club, with Paul W. Smith scheduled to show slides titled "Where am I?" All Masons and their guests are invited to attend the meeting which will begin at 7 p.m. HS Commencement Next Wednesday Commencement exercises for the nine graduates of the Dependent High School will be held at the Viking Service Club on May 31 at 8 p.m. Col. Benjamin G. Willis, IDF and AFI commander, will deliver the commencement address. Jerry A. Miller is class presi- dent; Margaret A. Jessup. secre- tary-treasurer; and Gene E. Schurr, student council represent- ative. The other graduates are Judith A. Bennett, Margaret M. Clark, Paola R. Clark, Michael J. Cook, Edda Kluck and H. Patrick Rey- nolds. All Keflavik Airport people are invited to attend the commence- ment. Conduct Standard Set A directive governing stand- ards of conduct in regard to the acceptance of gifts, the use of government facilities, property and manpower, and the use of official representation funds has been issued by Department of De- fense. Secretary Robert S. McNam- ara's order affects all Defense Department personnel, military and civilian alike. The directive specifies that no defense employee shall accept any gift or hospitality "that might re- asonably be interpreted by others" as being of such nature that it could affect his impartiality. Nor shall any defense employee use, or permit the use by others, of government facilities, property, manpower or funds for other than official business. This ruling in- cludes the use of special mission aircraft and official motor ve- hicles.

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