Pockets Aweigh!

October 1943
Saturday Evening Post;10/30/1943, Vol. 216 Issue 18, p4
Explains the reason for the presence of hand-sized pockets in the uniform of a Navy that was featured in the article "Sailor on Broadway" by Gertrude Schweitzer in the September 18, 1943 issue of "The Saturday Evening Post." Information on a minor textual change requested by the Art Department to the magazine's Editorial Department; Claims of some U.S. Navy soldiers with regards to pockets in Navy uniforms.


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