on array life and says he lias the "best C.'O. in the wholeTJ, S.' - a
Moore - SGT. EBBJJSON. and DONALD PERSON, who is withthe Coast Guard Training Station, paid a Hew Year's call on the RobertVeits which was enjoyed "by all.he couldn't even have the day off, the reunion wag postponed. Mr. and
lieridith Laffey went down after the holidays end spent a week nearthe field so that they oould get glimpses of
d before he's transferredsomewhere else.
(J.G,) CRAWTOED WINNER is on-duty in parts unknown - even to hisfamily,; while his brother, BRUCE', is a midshipman at .Vnnapolis -makingthe family
KAISER, JR. manages to keep fit by belonging"to afootball, baseball, and basketball team. Considering that ICd is now inPanama,we'd think the temperature alone might keep the Kaiser waist-line tapered down, •. . : .;'•
must have felt like a general, because his wifemanaged a, trip all the way to Lowry Field, Denver
to spend the holidayswith him. Bill will finish his course around February 1, and then ex»poets to move on to some other military garden spot,DOUGLAS CLE'irSLi-iJD was always a personable fellow, even when putteringaround his home in Short Hills in gardening c.ttir-e, but now - Lt.Commander Cleveland is a positive killer in that
Doug is nowan instructor in the Gunnery School at tho •JN.aval Base in Norfolk, Va»If he is as accurate as he used, to bo with clay pigeons, the enemy hadbetter duck. ... - .
.JOHN B. R3TMJ*fciCK, Jr; has boon transferred to the U. S. K&rittm© "service, stationed at Sheopshead Bay, F.Y. Jack is an instructor andplenty enthusiastic about the organization, not just because he's ableto
somo weak-ends, either.
-fter training in Boston to be a radiooperator on a merche.nt ship, lio is still kept busy, as operators aropretty scarce. Wo .agree Vith Jack whe'h ho. says the Haritime Servicewill help mako us tho most powerful na'tion on tiio
Thanks foryour lettor Jack, and
enclosed mossagd.Just bocG.use SNSIG-N fi^TIDS y^RHON
is Rr.lloping all overAfrica these
we hope ho isn't taking his family (and us) for a
too. Vornon's letters aro coming through regularly end-his latestneWs burns us up. Ho now'
a fine, livo, Arabian stallion, the wild-*est thing hq's ever soon, but ho hasn't boon thrown yot, Uaybo not, butWe aro throv/n to hoar said stood was purahased for only fifty>cants,American money! Bnsifsn, Bowes
bo a dicko3?er.
yay back. Also,tho contrast in climate is something, too. In one spot oranges and tan-gerines can be bought four dozen for
QW hours awaythere is good skiing. .
Despite our cautions about boing foolish and returning to tho frozenNorth; ..LT» PAGS3
is back in ...tl^ntic City
seven weeks inLiiami,and his
amily .have joined him in Vcntnor,ROBERT D, HAMBRTGHT is lucky in boing able to get home evory week-end.*Bob doesn't cuito agree, though, because he's trying hard to be admit-ted to O.C.S.