The following September 27, 1945, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 3, column 1:
Receives Navigator's Wings
Selman Field, Monroe, La. -- Representatives of thirty states received wings and commissions as aerial navigators here Saturday, Sept. 15 when the AAF training command graduated class 415 in ceremonies at the post theater.
Completing an intensive course of all kinds of aerial navigation, the graduates were trained directly under the AAF central flying training.
2nd Lt. Joseph S. Kaszuba, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kaszuba, rural route 1, Lowell, was a member of the class. He is the husband of Mrs. Helen Blok Kaszuba, also rural route 1, Lowell.
The following November 8, 1945, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 2, column 1:
A.A.F. Separation Center, Scott Field, Ill., Oct. 30 -- 2nd Lt. Joseph S. Kaszuba, husband of Mrs. Helen Kaszuba, rural route 1, Lowell, navigator, who served 23 months with the army air force in the Central Flying Command, reported here early this week from the AAF training command's continuation training center at Selman Field, Monroe, La., his last station of duty, and was honorably discharged (returned to inactive duty) from the army air forces here today.
Lt. Kaszuba received his wings at Selman Field, Sept. 15, 1945
Before entering the service, Lt. Kaszuba, who attended DePauw U. in 1940, was in the printing business in Chicago, which he expects to continue.