The following December 6, 1951, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 7, column 4:
Jim Quivey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quivey, enlisted in the Navy on November 26th and is stationed at Great Lakes. Jim, who graduated from Lowell high school last spring, reaped many honors for his outstanding work in the Future Farmers of America organization. Cards from home friends will be much appreciated. Address: James R. Quivey, 4612836, Co. 938, 10th Reg., 101st Bark., Camp Downs, Great Lakes, Ill.
The following March 20, 1952, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 2, columns 2-3:
Jim Quivey, who recently completed his recruit training at Great Lakes, Ill., has been sent to Jacksonville, Florida, for further schooling. Jim is stationed with David Grant and Jack Haefker. Friends may direct messages to: James R. Quivey 4610836, Barracks 544, Sec. 4, Class 3B, A & P Schools, NATTC, N.A.S., Jacksonville, Florida.
The following May 15, 1952, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 2, column 5:
Jim Quivey, who is now attending mechanics school in Tennessee, forwards the following new address to the Tribune and his friends: James R. Quivey 4612836, Brks. S. 30, Sec. 3, ATTC, Memphis 15, Tenn. Jim has previously been stationed in Jacksonville, Fla.
This October 16, 1952, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 3:
News comes of Jim Quivey's safe arrival in French Morocco where he expects to be stationed for the coming 18 months. A plane mechanic with the Navy, he flew to Port Lyautey last week. He was thrilled to meet Bob Carroll at the port. Bob was returning to the States to play basketball.
Jim's new address follow: James R. Quivey ADAN 4610836, Box M-1, Navy 214, Port Lyauty, French Morocco, c/o Fleet Post Maser, New York, N.Y.