Group Title: Buccaneer (Vero Beach, Florida)
Title: The buccaneer
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Title: The buccaneer
Uniform Title: Buccaneer (Okinawa Island, Japan)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Army Air Forces. -- Air Force, 10th
United States -- Army Air Forces. -- Air Force, 10th
Publisher: I & E Section, Hq Co, Tenth Army for the members of Hq, Hq Co, and Sp Trs
Place of Publication: Okinawa Island, Japan
Okinawa Island, Japan
Publication Date: September 21, 1943
Frequency: daily
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Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okinawa Island (Japan)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Japan -- Okinawa Island -- Okinawa-shi
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1945. Ceased on Oct. 15, 1945.
General Note: "Scoops for the troops."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 116 (Sept. 5, 1945).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102950
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE BUCCA4AEE






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D. T. DAY, Commander, USN,
Commanding Officer.

B. M. BHLNES, Lieutenant, USNR,
Executive Officcr.



U-BOAT SKIPPER IS


TAKEN PRISONER
The U. S. Navy has taken prisoner
the U-btat commander who was decorated
by the German Government for torpedoing
and sinking the famous British aircraft
carrier IIS ARK ROYAL in the Mediter-
ranean on November 13-14, 1941,

The German is Kapitanleutenant
Friedrich Guggenberger, qne of the most
amofus U-boat commanders of the present
rar. He is now a prisoner of the U.S.
following the recent destruction of his
command by a U.S. Navy Martin Mariner
patrol plane off the coast of Brazil.

Kapitanleutenant Guggenberger and
six others were rescued after skillful
nd accurate bombing had blasted his
-boat out of the water, despite the


opposition.. o heavy antiaircraft fire.

SAxis. radio reports stated that Kap-
itanleutenant Gu;ggwa borgr was ,award-
ed the Knight's Crosss of the Iron
Cross by Gprmany in December,, 1.941,
for sinking the ARK.RO7.L, and he was'
awarded the Oak : ,leavs to the Knightrs
Cross early this yuar., These reports
also state that he was decorated by
the Italian Government for his attack
on the ARK ROYAL and o6;ter feats.

In the German communique of ,fovc m-
ber 15, 1941, proclaiming the sinlcing
of the Ark Royal, which followed the
British announcement of her loss, the
Germans credited two U-bpots, one of
them commanded by K:pilta.nleutenant
Cuggenberger, with sinking the carrier
As far as is known, however, Kapitan-
leutenant ('1,.-zt-b--r-erg is the only
U-boat commander to be decorated f"r
this action, and German press reports
repeatedly have referred to him as the
skipper who actually sank the A.K
ROYAL. The Iritish estimate that only
one torpedo struck ;he vessel.

Kapitanle' -Li.tu.t Guggr-)fo'rger, who
had been trr "sf-rr,-'d to a. na' German
submarine hrtL v ar. : with antiair-
craft guns subs;- iuu'i; to sinking the
-RK ROYAL, ohrs : te stay on the sur-
face and fight it out instead of div-
ing tQ cover dc.u.i' his recent battle
.ith the U. S, i'y;- plne. The Iartin
A7ariner sank his G'- oca- on its first
approach run,

William S. Stotts, ARM2/c, member
9f the crew of the bi'g Yartin Mariner
flying anti-submarine patrol, was firsi
to see a lonL,, dark object far away on
the calm waters pf the Atlantic.

ACKNCWLEDGMEN T

"The Buccaneer wishes to thank
Ted Drank, oE2c, of "Th-e Spindrift"
for his many dravrings used in "The
Buccaneer" front time to timo. We
just wish that ho was stationed at
our station.


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SOMEWHERE


BOY HAS


2 RENDEZVOUS WITH DEAtH




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Somewhere an American boy has a | V1hat gift crni w. give( to .'!tLch his-
rendezvous with death tonight. Y'/e- ;I wha saeit 'i:' ." w 'in? The ans-
ther on a carrier's deck in the Pacid wer rill c. -;'ror' ;.ha;T s.t.ill smaall
fic, upon the burning sands of Northi voice within cuLr own n uarus.
Africa, or in the tropical forests o04
New Guinea whether swift and peril. For no one can tell us how many
ous or terrible and slow his going bonds to buy, how hard to -;Ork on tha
he is giving to his fellow men the guns and a an-s a:...i tan!s we build, to
greatest gift a man can give. keep; his gUll a.ib e'ort from having
been in vair. Y-es, wre must iach decide
The year unlived the warmth and the measure of ouw. own obligations -
the laughter and the tears, and most the gasoline we do not use, the pints
precious gift of all his sons that I of blood -we onatc., th-' food we do


might have been, All these he is
giving.

No effort of ours, now, can stave
the speeding bullet that has his num-
ber on it. What to him, now, are the
bonds we buy, or the guns we build?

With nothing that is bought or
sold, with nothing that is made of
human hands, can wre share his sacri-
fice.


without, ai. d all tho o0her appeals we
answer to muke th o rocious gift he
made worthwhile.

Not for the boy who is dying to-
night, but because hl iLs dying, we
can make our sacrifices to the cause
of freedom.
Let's buy bonds during Sertemberi


MAKE


YOUR


RENDEZV OUSi


AT THE


WAR BONDS OFFICE


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TARMACS


"Hop in the truck, boysX" we \ propeller driven, and started
are going on a little outing for out across the lake. It took
the day. How does that sound?" some ti:-ne to get to tho ta rgot
T That ride tzis onec thing everyone
Amazoment crept over the faces enjoyed.
,';f all thosb TARMACS working with 7
'le Ordnance crew last Wednesday morn i Well, they coachedd the target,
ing. That sounded fine on the surface j. chopped the water lillies from a-
but they must have misunderstood the round it, t hat was tioir picnic, and


Chief, fWhy he even said the cook at
S!'e MJoess Hall had fixed them a little
I lrch.

With the lunch in the truck, the
o7gar boys clunbered aboard the truck
and away they went. "Say, you know
this Navy isn't so bad after all", -wa
in ever; mi..d.

Their destination was several mi-
I.s rom the base they knew, but lit-
tle did they realize what was really
in store for them..

When they drew near their destinat-
ion, their hopes began coasting down
hill, gradually at first and then as
speedy as an S.B.D. in a dive.

Truth at last must always come out.
It was the water bombing range that
was the object of the little outing,
It was in.nced of repairs and clean-
ing. Well, you could see the groans
cross the faces of those unexpecting
TARMACS.

About half of the group climbed
into a trim little boat,, which was


went back t tthe rest of the group
for their lunch.

Maybe th-.;t job -,wa.n't so bad after
all, even :it waisnt he picnic
we expected. Do you think that was
what they -:ro saying as they rodo
back to the ba._.e?




Last Sat.:r'd:.- .ighi, in the city
of Vero Beach, thh., T~iJMCS partici-
pated in a 'aLr- d. for ho Third War
Loan Drive.

Competiti,.! -d drilling vas held
between CoI. nan A :nd Company B -
Company B winning the most points for
their exhibition.

The iArines have worked hard with
us and we all appreciate it. It
shows up in our marching that they
have 3ivon ua a lot of their time,
and all this goes to m.ke up better
men for the 'Na.vv


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Tuesday SeptPmuer 1
Softball Game at 1500 Dar Ht s
-Hangar-' It ill be- a good gae:
V ies'at 1945 0I Marriod A- Witch'* wit ".
-Frederic March, Veronica Lake
thipts Service opened every i-'ht 'until 2100




Huston and Ann Hrdg
Dancing at Go=munity Center at 2000,
Ship-s Service opened until 21O evey 4ni.sht.
T'u esday Septnmbor 2
bSoftball e Gamae t 5445 -- Dar Hok Horrses vs. Mess s oo
Haagar;, It will be a good get.e, i`






Movies at 1945 ho Done It?Marrid with Eud Abbott






1 , Lou Costello and William Gargir:.
dancing at o mmundic ty Center at L000.
Spipss SSerice opened until ev i 2100 ve ht

Fridnesday Septunb. r 22
Softball Ga l G at 1500 Hangar vs Scrubs v es C
Movies at 1945 "M[issiopn To Moscow" w-ith Wlaltcr
Huston and Ann arding-






Dancing at ( Cormiunity Cente r at 2000S
Ship's Service opened until 2100 evcry night.

hSunday SeptTimbr 23
Softball Gaee at 1445 Dark Horses vr. Hess Cooks
Movies at 1945 "'Who Done It?" with Bud Abbott and
Lou Cosello and 7illiam Gargw:.





Potansting at SCo erunty AS Ceer at 2t 1000
Catolic Service opened unil 2100e e aht 1100
FrChaplain Spaid y Sac art leaving at 1400




from Recreation Hall for Beach,
Movies at 1945 Ge500 Hanigar vs. Scnrtol






Monday Sept1bir:- SS /28
I Movies at 1945 at Recreation Building, ,,'
Foal Dancing at Comnmunity Couse at 2000 .
Ship's Service opened until 2100 overly night.
Sunday S*epteiber 26
Protestant Services at NAS Chapel at 2C00'' .
,Catholic Services at IJAS Chapel at 1100 '-'.-
Chaplain Spaid's Buach party leaving at 140(3 ro e n !a!

Movies at 1945 "GentlemanJi/ m'- Errol _

Monday SeiptaFxx r 25 t %
, Movies .at 1945 at Recreation Building.,A4--
Dancing at qonmiunity House at 2000.
Ship's Service opened until 2100' eve.ry night, .'


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This past week, September 19th, we
had S, R. Ousley, Sic as our acoompan-
ist with special music by Larry E..
Mills, S2c, Thanks go to these men
for their services. Next Sunday we
are planning on having Carl Whitehead
Y2o, sing for us and play his own ac-
companiment. Thanks to him in advance

Our new bell is working like a mil-
lion bucks and so when you hear it
ring at 0950 this coming Sunday you .
will know Ohat it is ten minutes until
Church time. S,, when you hear the
bell come tarrunin,'

F9r our meditation this week we
would like to bring out something that
we think will bring a little cause for
thought. The following text is from
Matt.\5Sl5 -
"Neither do men light a candle,
and put it under a bushel, but
on a candlestick; and it giveth
light unto all that are in the
house e."
(Read with this- Matt. 5o13-16)
Light is not easily confined as
we have discovered in these days of
blackout. It often shines beyond the
object which we intended to illuminate
The light from the lamp on my desk at
home is focused on that desk, yet its
rays penetrate the farthest corners a
the room. This is also true of our
lives, we might be surprised at the
far corners into which our light falls

A difficult task, willingly under-


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PLAP4S COR-ER-:,
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Lieutenant (jg) J'. R Spaid, USiNR,
Chaplain ', '''


PROTESTANT,.........OQ1000


CATHOLIC..............1100

taken by one of my teachers, influ-
enced my life more than anything she
said to m,. A young man's private deo
votions, unr'-iowingly witnessed by a
small boy, determined that boys de-
cision for Christ, Yes @ir light is
always falling somewhere, Is yours
the right hind? We hope that it may
be the kind of light that will glori-
fy our Father in hoavenj

THOUGHT FOR TEE DAY

"If your light is under a bushel,
God did not put it there -
You put it there yourself."


Davi,.ht L0 Moody
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"tilbur, comr on downi It!s ona
of the boys from your station,3 ;


(Collien s)


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IF TODAY WAS PAYDAY INSTEAD OF


WOULD, YOU- Ou


SOMETHING YOU DID LAST

TONIGHT?




Between the Yes and No's, wer11
let you be the judge -

R. .X NIPPER, AQG2c: Oh, No .
(TIell, he must have a reason,)

R. 2. GOLD, Fle: I believe I
would* (He enjoyed himself.)

B. S. GLASER, PhbMJc: I forgot
what I did last night.
(Could it have boon for the best?)

L. C. CALVETTI, RM2c: Certainly
NOT! (W must have been at the same
party.)

T. W. MAXMELL, S2c: Certainly"
(Let us know next time, it must be
good advice.)

Q. CONE, S2c: I don't know about
that, but I imagine I would. (Two
nights in a row?)

H. L. GOOCII, PhoMSc: NO, I
would not' (He's certain anyway.)

R. W. RICIK, SSc: /(*#-LW( t')
NO! (Well, he's strong about itIT

D. G. BROADHEAD, S2c: Well sure.
They don't hand out liberty to us
TIBMACS like they do to the rest of
the base. (But aren't you glad you
can wear your own hat today?)


NIGH T


R. B. TCrJCSTCIC, S2c: I don't
no. (The pictuCre slow must have not
been vr ;o'od for him.)

F. F. KUJSELL, a1/Ec (Aircrowman):-
I 'HIHN so. (He's not -oine to take
any chances.


J. E. GUITJOE, Sic: -
what I did, -ut I 6uess
(Out of this -:ord, but


I don't know
I would.
it': fan.)


F. B. vEI:TIZf, Y2c: Mhat, go to
bed? No. (tTell, each r:a; to hic own
conviction.)

R, L. 27--1, 1J., Yc: 7fell, lot
Tm sGe, NC: (I wo'd,,:" if he v;as
testing his bor--sijht.)

T. P. 3ROC'", .iJicS: I think so,.
(Another ,ood .ian. wrilli.ng to take a
risk.)

S. A. DlVIS, AO!Sc: NOt (Same
here, brother:)


N. C. RENFROE, S2et -yes.t
right back for more.)


(Going


D. ELACK, Sic: Yost (He's look-
ing for that shorter life.)


YESTERDAY,







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NG1 I IREAD IT' IN '%


'DOTS AND DASHES


"Stars and Stripes*'
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This is our second
Week, still alive and
unknown, and plugging
along as Drew Parson,
only he's been caught up with.
Suggestion please: Billy Crice's
rendition of "Coming Round The Moun-
tain" alias "Hog Calling In Hades".It
shouldn't be allowed. Also speaking
about throwing money away listen to
the records our Iowa boy STULL plays
at Ship's Service.
NICK, alias little Fiorello, makes
Second Class, Congrats!
Town criers namely T. PARISH and
H. T. SMELTSNER, "The Muster Busterst"
Notice, important, urgent, priority -
anyone wishing a transfer see MELTSN
he seems to have all the dope. . .
don't believe it!
Here and thoro Heard around the
chow hall, PONDELAYO claiming he was
brought up on goat's milk, and HIGG
confirming it with the remark, "You
look like itV" Off the record for
the secret of success see B OB ADAMIS.
No, it's not wheaties!
Muster something new has been
added QUALE, HIGG, and NMVBORN .
I mean TELLBORE.
LOU NUNNALLY, the Aw-reet boy from
Georgia. Seen around . SHUMATE do-
ing a royal job on Hav-ATampa's,
Seeing things Radar and Radioman
arguing which one if the biggest ap-
ple polisher. We wonder too could
be a tiel.
Lost and Found Missing Pop Lind-
quist at Ship's Service guzzling -
Sodas(?). Incidentally, it is rumor-
ed that a mosquito staggered drinking
away after taping Pop for a brewl
Found Radioman ELLIS interested in
Medical Profession, or it could be a
Jacksonville NURSE to-be,


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Buy U, S. War Bonds and attend the War Bond Premier at the Florida


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B. C. BROWN strik-/J 57 /
ing for mailman we
wonder, or would he
rather play po.stran? ,
Want Ad: m-o rt1at
ion of WAV?2S t'oo :tand
duty radioman watche s.
Hideout: LAl:."LES has a soft spot
for the SED lrno chaci. wonderr why?
Ho! .E1 tn.all
It's b.n rai. .... ; 2130 DMFiCAN
will reach ::.. :.0:th round trip this
we ek,
Old Mai.ds rione Tvuwc: PRTET enlist-
ed as a warrior, but iade himself fam-
ous as a gr ~t unor.:-'ier. ,'.-,..P., the
Master iAp.;l- PoU :rl .,-: i doing a damn
good job, how- atbuul, it? or is he?
SMITH as;-ciatoo wth royalty who
is the I"DUT-'' AS .S",1? Stop advertising,
Let's fac it th- w.ll-knorm pro-
file in the radio shack Oosu.d for the
"Slap A Jrap'poo;er in T:e.Is ess Mall,
Quite a strong restmiblncae in that
streamed-linea nose, h, Twat?
Astonishing fact T. PARRISE, one
hand, who's alwtrTayu on t:"; ball,
Do it or di3t Soluabody's been
skipping their midday chow Could be
wanting that boyish fi,:ure again?
Also another looks as though ho's bee
taking on whore rhe above left off.
Famous Winstun Ch:.urchill character-
istic perpetual cigar srokcr, is
also well known on our lit tl first
class from thu war zone.
Time standie still. Quick Watson,
the electrons! That master sleuth is
at it again.
Wedding B lls our Division Offic-
er has ta<(cn t:,.j bi:, step.
4As they say in La France, "Sack
time is drawing near, or La Belle
Slumber So we'll sign eif until
next week, ? ? ?
DZq LIiG ? ? ? ? ? ?




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ADVICE To THE LOVELORN
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S'J PRESENTIN S-

OUR_ ADViSORP,


SMiss55 C. HA SG



S For the benefit
of all hands Miss
Cleo Hagg is bringing
you her first column to the lovelorn.
If you have any problems of this
nature, address them in care of "The
Buccaneer" To Miss C. Hagg, in the
Administration Euiluai"g.
Now, for the questions this week:


Dear Lss C. Hagg:
I have been meeting a certain
girl on the street corner every night
at 2100. Last night she didn't show
up. That's my problem. What shall
I do.
MIAMTI EEDER
Answer -
Dear MIAMI REED=R:
If she did show, you would have
a problem.

Dear Miss Cleo Hagg:
I am always tired. How can I
get a solution to this?
SAM McKIBBZN
Answer -
Dear SAMIY:
Just keep quiet and probably
no one will notice it.

Dear Miss G0 Hagg:
I have taken out every book in
the library and read them all. What
can I do now?
GEORG3E VTA iINGTON GREIEM
Answer -
Dear GECRGE WASHINGTON GREEN:
Why don't you take the Librarian


if' by, a ehange -
4-,A .:r
DEar fhss C, Ilagg'; :''
i Last night w.ven I came home from
the Base r found that- my gi.rL--Lad- ;
stoppedd out with a tMarine. wPha ca8u
I doLunder these circumstances?
INJISITIVE '


Answer -
Dear INQUISITTIE:
.- ou, made an- error. Yo
have. said stepped down.

Dear Miss C. Hags:
I haven't been able to
with a girl since I came to
last week when a. girl broke
gave me a date. vWhy has it
long for me to get a date?
PAT BUTJER


u should,



get a dde
Vero urti
down und
taken so


An-sw r-
Dear PAT BUTLER;
Promaoly you have just started
using Lifebuoy.

If you have questions, pl Ei 0
send-themn ir to me Vi' feel sure o
column of chis caliver -rill do a girat
work on this station.
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tn April 26, Ninteen Hundred
Forty-three,
I had to leave my girl, my
draft bard called 4n me,
It broke my heart and made me cry,
to break away from her -
But when your Uncle Sammy speaks,
you better do your share.

Now Uncle Sam is a great guy, Ilm
glad I'm on his side.
For if I was on Tpjos' I'd have to
run and hide.
We have a tremendous Army, a fighting
Navy too,
We also have the Marine C-rps, that's
doing their bit for you.

The Marinesc are rugged fighters,
Oh boy' are these men tough.
They are trained on FIrris Island
and treated hard and rough*
I guess most folks will never know,
what these boys all go through;
Itt'sreally just a hell on earth,
I'm not just kidding you.

Now, I've seen this hell myself, so
I'm telling yiu no lie.
It's scnething I will never forget,
until the day I die.
They ouss you and they kick you, and
toss you in the dirt.
They oliV you one upon the jaw,, and
ask you if it hurts.

They make you hard and rugged; the
Japs really dread these boys,
For they know that these lads don't-
play around with toys.
But if you want a gentleman, the fin-
est you've ever seen
Just look at a United States Marine.


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Thure is practically no
S" ,in;ows of any import'f nce thiE
/ week, except for the beauti-
frul shiner P.F.C. Gakey is
.. carrying around. Bo~mnan is
the guilty guy. M'an does he
pack a punch.

Since thore is nothing to talk about
we'll let .F.C. v eorrg L. Austin's
poem sreah flr us,

CC NGRAJ/TULAT ION
Extracts from a cooTplimentary
letter -

Dear Lt. Frqeeman:
As you robaily .ik: y,', our Eond
parade of' a;t Saturizy was a great
success. The parade itself excueeded
my expectations, iiowevor, the drill
exhibition put on b.) the 1TJIMACS was
really a i'aturo. i zonow that the
parade vrwill atuj-ilyl aid out bond
selling campaign, I wunt;d you to
know that I and our ooiirc Bond Or-
ganization appr:rciatcs the splendid
cooperation N-hich you anl theb men at
the Naval Air Station have extended
to us.
(s) Marshall 0. Mitchell
Chairman of the Special
Ev-nts Division, Indian
River County Bond Division.

That's something to be proud of.
The Marines and the TARMACS have
really worked and hate shown good
drilling to the citizens of Vero
Beach.
We say, Congratulationst


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MEIDACA L

CLEMENTS is going to be rough and
tough, now that he has some of MAXWELL4
blood in him. Stand aside for CLEM.
And just which one of the boys sent
away for a book on "HOW TO WRITE LOVE
LETTERS"? Could it be HOMER TOWNSEND.
ATNIP'S theme song these days,afte4
recent dates with a young lady from
this station is "I'LL NEVER SMILE
AGAIN."

JORDAN: "Carper, what's this I
hoar about you having two
girls out last night?
CARPER: "I bet that WATKINS told
you that because he was
seeing double last night.'1

BUSE sure does wish that he could I
sing like ROY ACUFF.
Wonder why McBRIDE wants to borrow
TONTSEND'S book on "How To Write Love
Letters"? Could it be he wants to go
over big with FATS in Miami?
The Medical Departnrnt wants to
know the CODE of MAXWELL and FORD
over the TALK-BOX Jay Bird, Jay Bir.


BRODT: "You knc;v better than that
SALERNIJ"
SALERNI: "Yes, but YOU vro the one
to show me to do it this
way "

What has happened to MISS EK2L3
since she returned from her leave? ?
She refuses to converse with CERTAIN
PEOPLE.

DR. CLAJl has popped up since
Thursday night it is noticeable to
everyone.

DR. HINES wants to change his
Specialty he loves C 0 D I N G
at 0300.

What Nurse is supposed to be dat-
ing what Nurses boy friend while she


is on nighu d-ty? 0 EOK!OC-.T

Music in -thi u ruc' roo Soptjmbur
14th. "-aaoy Bir 'LC'y fo You." Hr..
I DALTON said it was tb. first birthday
party he o~ r had in tho Navy, but he
won't tell oPe n!i)7; 'ithut thi Ico
CreOa a C'' "-.

Lieutena,'t J-.r':r ea, is
having Pas:'- ;c Flower Fruit Juice
for his br -,. .f-t .v .y-7 m:orling.


We und :-I.'-, __..
affiliation b ,;eIc
iCorps and th- "'
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.. ,h_ ~avy 0,Turses
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MA11IELL: "''ord, who was that dark
complcctod girl you
wore with last night?"
FORD: "Sf.i is the irl I let in
GI3'FORD when you and I wore
out there last Wednesday
night .T


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THE


SECRET'


I met God in the morning
When the day was at its peak,
And His Presence came like sunrise,
Like a glory in my breast.,

All day long the Presence lingered,
All day long He stayed with me,
And we sailed in perfect calmness
O'er a very troubled sea.

Other ships were blown and battered
Other ships were sore distressed,
But the winds that seemed to drive
them
Brought to us a peace and rest.

Then I thought of other mornings,
With a keen remorse of mind,
When I too had loosed the moorings
With the Presence left behind..

So I think I know the secret,
Learned from many a troubled way
You must seek Him in the morning
If you want Him through the day!

---R.S.C.


SPECIAL


PAY


Attention is called to Station
Regulations which state no special
money may be drawn five days before
the end of a quarter. September 50
is the end of a quarter and no
special money will be grated after
the 25 of this month. Men going on
leave should draw their money
before this time as no exceptions
will be made,

If you are going to need that
money for leave, better get it
arranged before September 25.


WAR


BOND


PREM"IIE R




THU RSDAY


Have you been given your F.R B E

ticket to sa.,- ic- Judy Garland in

"PRESENTINt LIkY IiMrS" at the WAR

BOND PREIE li be hold at the

Florida Threat:.o this coming Thursday

Lieutenant Wr S. S, ki will be

more than glad to give you a F R E 3

ticket if .1ou? will :urchasl a bond

from him.

The Theatro is g:ing to be full -

and we want the :.iay a V;'o Beach

well reproeentpd. The admission is

for those who have bought V. 'A BONDS

for cash during this Third Loan War

Bonds Drive,.

If you haven't gotten your Bond

yet, do so before it's too lately


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s s"Blackout f;lt ,

t C' JA) The atades of niEL t i:b.rc .. fas
SVhen fca r a kiss he akLed her,.
WITH She nust. have answered 'rye~eabecause
The shadcs cam idown. rluch fstur.
ONE EYE (5k; rtr-;

CLOSED 4UNI: 1'r d like to get abroad
Sfor a year or two after
S this war's over.'"
CRACRAIT: T.ke my advice and marry
1one for kce 1Es,"
"No Vacancy"

A- A friend 'cZ.i.l;d on a Ndwf Doalcr,
new fe.theor of a boy'. Tv. infant was
busy on a bottle.
"WhAat do ;.x t ini of him?" asked
Mary knew a little lamb papa.
Whose love she much preferred; i"Fin;-lo,-inL : oy. Mi ht grow up
But she wouldn't wait, and so she to be Pr>-m.unt."
wed The N,'vw Deal '..i- ILI r~orcd back.
A wolf who'd been deferred. "Why wlhat' -. .~att-r with Rooselt
(Static) --

Girl: "But, father, it happens even i
in the best of families."
Father; "Wel, after this. you just
stay away from the best of
families," I "
(DeLandings)

R.L.COWAN, PhM3c: "I thought the Dr.
told you to stop all drinkss"
T.0.S.CLROTBErS, PhMIc: '"Tell, What \
of it? You don't aee any ge / Y
ting past me, do you?

FORD: "Why is a bathing suit like a -
barbed wire fence?"
BUSH: "I don't know, Why?"IA
FORDr "Because it protects the pro-
perty without obstructing the | '"
view."

DOCTOR: "I would advise you to take .
a wife"
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FOk OuR FR EDOM
'By V. C. Hamilton
*
Last Friday our nation celebrated
the one hundred and fifty sixth year
of the constitution of the United
States. That it has been sucaessfIt
is too well known. to dispute. \It took
a little over three dozen men to build
its' structure. Yet we cannot begin
to estimate its oast in lives and mon-
ey.
We have an undying faith in its pre-
oepta it is shown by the evidence of
the present day. Our boys are fight-
ing in every part of the world,' simp-
ly to- preserve what the patriots of old BE
maintained was equality of persons.
Tn lose this war would mean the end
of everything. Might would replace
right. Justice would become a mockery
just as it is practiced in Germany and
Japan. Enslavement would become the If
order of the day. The state would be
supreme over the church. Freedom Sunda
just another word in the dictinceryj
Our fathers before us shed their you g
blood that we, their children, might
enjoy tho fruits of freedom. Twenty to th
years have gone their way, and now we
are fighting the same fight. This' Beach
time we are going to make sure there
rill nnt be a repitition of what has It
gone before. The cost, though it may
be high, will be cheap in the lasting we ha
peace tp come. Ways and means will
be mnt to make this peace permanent* noede
Every effort is being bent in that dir
motion. away.
Consequently our part will be, not
only to fight, but to share a part in Me
the financial burden loaded upon an
already overloaded world. By buying nUxt
War Bonds we will be building"t world
for out off-springs-. A world devoid u -
of the tyrants of justice. 'Ihere life
liberty, and the pursuit of- happiness always
would have a definite,, a more concrete
meaning. To this do we then pledge
to do oNr best.

BUY WAR BOIDS DURING THE MONTH OF --
SEPTEMBER


ACH PAP TY


SUN DAY


you don't have the; di

y afternoon at 1400,

et your bathing tru2tk

c beach with ChWpl-.in


party.


's loads of fun and 3

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-BRARY '

Fiction

"SWEET CHARIOT* Frank Baker.
This is an odd and original tale re-
markable in many ways. It is bound
to add to the author's growing
reputation.

"LIFE IN A PUTTY KNIFE FACTORY" -
Allen H. Smith* A dopey yarn concern
ing a comparable family named the
Smiths past and present and what
have you but a Line story well worth
reading,

"ONLY THE VALIANT, T' Charles M,
Warren. Another historical epic of
the southwest in the late eighteen
hundreds, A colorful story written
in army style about the troublesome
apaches and trials of a small army
garrison with traditions of the Point

\ Non-Fictional

"THE NEW YORK YANKEES# Frank
Graham. A record of the reaping of
the pennants,, taking the reader in al
phases of baseball, including the
manager's and owner's trials and
t-ibulations.

"YEAR QF THE WILD BOAR" Helen .
Mears. A book ia a personalized ac-
count of an American woman in Japan
explaining the mystery of Japan -what
makes the Japanese tick and why.

S"WE CANNOT ESCAPE HISTORY" PWhit
ker. A graphic reporting concerning
the facts that make up Modern History
Don't fail to read it.


FLORIDA .HEATr : .
L' ,:
,- ** . - i I 7.' ', -t.
Tue aday and worrd.sdaI
Henry Zfanale

"The Ox Bow Tneii ent"

TMiursday ,
Basil Rathbone
in
"Sherlock Holmes and The Secrot
Weapon"
and
'Iforthwest Rangers", -.ath
Jin Holt

Friday arid Saiurday
FRME A.ThRl JOAN IE3LrIE
in
"Skf;y Is 'The Limit"
and
riderss Of 'ho Rio Grande"

Si.ia; end M unday
DJTi N0RLAJTD
in
"PRESET1YG UTL? iAlS"

QM*TTI iN. )A'TINY A sAcH
( -


*Either stop following me, or for
goodness sake get in step." (Ed Ree4

Leonetti says h'e really is a WOLFl


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SPORTS.
S... EAGUK STANDING
SWon. Lost
Dark Horses 8 '
Sorubs 5 4
Hangar 4 5
Mess Cooks 4 5
Seaman Guard 3 6,

HANGAR DEFEATS SEAMAN GUARD

For four innings the Seaman
were ahead 3-0. Wirtz had not
a hit but then came the fifth,


men came to bat that inning. There
were four walks, 3 hits one of them
a three bagger by Blizard. That was
the only inning that the Hangar made
any hits. The final score for the Han-
gar, 9 runs, 3 hits, 16 walks, and 5
men stroke out. Wolf pitched for the
Hangar while Reeder chased flies out
in the field allowing one of them to
fall through his hands.,

DARK HORSES LITCONQUERABLE AS
MURITAM PITCHES SECOND NO HITTER

A string of zeros donned the Fmore
b,eard this week as Dave Murnam pitched
his second straight no hitter ball
game. He qnly allowed one walk while
striking out 10 men. There was only
one inning that more than 3 men faced
him, The Dark Horses played errorless
ball and hit the ball for 9 hits and
12 runs. Murphy, Colenda and Garlibk
each got 2 hits. Green and Hale each
got a 3 bagger,.

TRAIASFER AND SHORTAGE OF MEN
HINDER SCHEDULE -"

Because of the shortage of men, 3
ball games were forfeited this week,
two by the Hangar and one by the Sea-
man Guard. The latter team is plan-
ning' to drop out of the league so that
the other teams will be able to use
any of its available men. The four'
remaining teams will play one more


round each,, '
playing eacibL'oth or
once. And then "the
last week of October th O -
Little World' Sr;ios' between
the winner of thu socoLd. half will
play the Hangar winners of the first
half. The winning team will be given
come kind of recognition,

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE TO START

SA vollebe.all league. will start the
first week in October* It hhsn'tb'e't
decided whether tho teans shall be
made up of iarra&ks or from the dif-
ferent Divisions on the base. If then
are any ,nen that wich to join the vol-
leyball league before to schedule is
made or if iho're are any suggestinns
as to what trams shall rmake up the
league, photu. 202 or soo Chief Charvat
who is in hErno- of the irtra-mural
program. Fo those pc.ople that do
not und.ersta.id t;he fame,- and are inter
cstod in nl,-ing, instructions will be
given on Ved_ c'sday End Thursday Septem
ber 22nd and 2Erd en ibhle hard surface
courts near -th. :b .:.;'aks.

HORSESHOE Ol U!..J.Z.I.T TO 3EGIN SOON

For those people who are interested
in playing horsncslho S a tournament wi
start soon. Somn kind of prize will
be given the -inner. 1At the present
time a horse shoe set is available
at the firehouse and it is planned
that another, set will be placed near
the hard surface areas.

BASKETBALL. AlD FOOTBALL, LEAGUES

For those people wvhi have been in-
quiring about football and basketball.
there will be a league formed in each
sport but they will follow the volley-
ball scheduled any people have been


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allowed
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basking ab 'ut a football league but the
boys want to play the rough and tumb-
linr rames Touch football will be the
spwrt because our station lacks the.
equipment and no rough sport is per-
miasable unless the proper equipment
is available. Touch football league
will be started the last part of Octo
ber, to be followed by a basketball
league the latter part of November.

Anyone wishing to get a team and
join the league or if there are any
questions about the whole set up, fur
thor information can be received from
the athletic office.

LEADING HITTERS 1st ROUN0D-2nd HAL


NAIJ
GOrinn
McKenzi e
Barker
Reedor
Vanderburg
Grom ek


Paxton
Pullo
Shisler
Murman
Col nda
May
Ganz eol
Graham
Hale \
Groen
MoHugh


Baldwin
Rams ay
Blizzard
0 'neal
W.Ywall
!S.Wall
Loston
Frassrand
F rrell
Murphy


I-IANGARB
AD
7
14
13
13
9
7

DAEK-HORSES
11
8

10
11
6

12
14
15
7

FIREIAN
10
18
12
15
1 I
16
6
9
7
6


PER.
571
357
2"1
231
222
143


636
625
500
400
363
333
270
250
143
133
000


600
444
417
400
385
375
333
333
143
000


W~a""et"""""flA~ap--~tIr


UAM
Pears a
Campb el
McAdams
Solomon
Flynn
Wirtz
Nicholson


Bennett
Pugh
Platt
Amnorss )
Ford
Fillepollo
Johnson
Tignor
Darfi ld
?;illia


Thammcs
Shartz
C-Lharv.at
Poay
Lucas


SEAMAU GUARD-
S A
14
17
14,

II
13
17

MESS-COOKS
8
6
6
9
10
6
8
11 .
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412
357
2867
273
154
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375

353

200
167
125
091
064
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500
143
143
125
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Poarco Sornian Gu,..rd 043
Paxton Dark Ior1ss 626
Pullo Dark aor s-s 625
Baldwin Fir".nmai 600
Gwinn ar'r 571


O~A ".a-%b, ve're wasting our
Stime low iC :we know it's
a dane?" (C0o lli.rs)


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