Group Title: Buccaneer (Vero Beach, Florida)
Title: The buccaneer
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 Material Information
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: October 5, 1944
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okinawa Island (Japan)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Japan -- Okinawa Island -- Okinawa-shi
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00102950
Volume ID: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 42868813
lccn - sn 99064069

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SHIP S SERVICE RELIIEF.
Th~ere's goodi newss in t~he windr orar
Sh~ip's Service riustomer. The an-
nouincementt can't. yet be madei~, bu~t
there's ever; reas-on toi hope that
iremodein~g of the building w~in
scoon b~e underl way. Thie Gum? FRea-
er hears that pluan call for a soda
fo0untaan? separated fr-om the mier-
ebarndise deplartmlent. MVuc~h greaterlfl
andr comfort~ is anitici-
pated from~ th-e newi atlrrangement.
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wingR in thie d~si-ipesry i in! p~ro. i
iPect Oih, those \eroi groing i~


AtV(S) R(Yf`~11S N. he roita-
tion program for ."A'(S) officer
antnournced in9 A~lugus has by! no ,
means hoggedt downr. T'he first
avcailability lists are already under
reconsideration. As anrinounced, these
officers will shortly be getting
their sea-duty orders. I'Their l~ngth
of timec ashore wtil determine the
order of their dleparture. Salty daniys
are not f'ir off for mane

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H-ollywooditesJ ridei qp~estion:ab e
horses lto war glo~ry. Hayn~ie Mo ri
r-is is NO1 onei ojF thiem. As "
piloit, he traine! not soi cng ago

thlat Morrisi rrc~enrly receivedri th
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rlanes.c Ajndi they wPeren't ce~lluloid


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vliies andi chri diren of Nava~R
Personnrel W-~ho ari irir8tt
anc:(iing classeS in baitroomrt, bsaiet
ynd tap. canr register at' th~e Womrt-
in' Clb .on Sa-turdayl of
acx h weei or by 24!14
D~r~othy~ dAncin:g m
Sstr-uctor, willi be in chX~arg of. the
I-lasses. She hasi donated! time in
givring: instru~c~tions to; malle` pe
sfornnel of th-e s~tatioin at the~ Serv-
Sire Meni's Cenrter.


i? tookh iast month's threatened
hurricanec to, maike the station 1
'"airlogy' conscioua,"i but thef wiea
their- dcpairtm-ent, lorcater t-op~side i, /
th~e hangaRi, does a valua~ble, on-

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victories, iither. "Our;x popru ar~iry rises whenp: had rl
w~ea;~ithe t~~Come aroun~ld,"( OneC Of tR0i
ANDi : ' FLIOWEDI: aerographer-s notedl That may~) be~
LIKEiI WINIAf: .. t~ of that trur. b~ut at an t imes pilots and i
falrewelIl bench-lndi-beer ptrty for opjeratClios le~an on ther AEI.
L~t. Johnl Fsaut are stiil ..* ology Depnartmentt for` the success
ini. 'he Guml Beater wotculdl like to ful! c~om~plet-io of :ther msis3ioins.
dear ulp one item. It's just nrtl true Aerlology keeps an updio-:he -
whatl they say about thtat photogr-:ral~t m nut ap ginnrg a comuplee iic
p~her's ma~te,.Thep story. was that onr turei of wathRier thro~ughout the
the da\ followiing the party he wras country?.. it ma~kes local forfeasts
given a picture-takting assignrmenti based! on reports frmm other sta-;
The story~ wnt-r further to say that t ionsif and its own r t keeps:
he developed his sprint and found a w~eather board, records wIvnd dii
hef had aime~d his cam~-era the wrotng reactions andi veofcity, ac
wia? and come up wfith a yportraitl tinuous recor-d of barometr-ic pres-
of a pair orf blood-shot eyes. Just sure, anrd serv~ies thle Air Control
batselesrs slantder. P'hotographers: Center.
never touch the stuff, annway. I te odv tsabs lc


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SCOURGEi i OFi T.HE. I*BARS en seehe aonsit e-
Whten bie apro11cal"hesbrtenderlrs l~ifeas three tmsIsiue
ilhuddier. H~e is, of. course, ILt-C~dr Iwith helium, the nd direC- morsnths
T`.. R million, Jr., Sen~ior Med~ical tiocn of its; ascent ena~bles tF coa
Ofi~lcer for- the Station. Hiis job is g r~aoher~s to deermginle the Her is
to nrot~eer theC hea8lth o$f tationl per- andi dirction of th~e wtind at a Lt- ra
sonneti Whrlen: he finrds a dlrinkinga tudies up to 2:)0,00 f~seet. Thxe baznioon "i
or eating establishments not com:- expands to eaboXut th~reeBrs
w~ith cleaininess regulations, times ias sta~rting sirze (26 Inchest fand Job
hie: passest the wvordi along; Result:i beoIbrtn nteupratlHl
"Ou ofhouds.Whe suh lace~s ru;ide.
'll f :~:ic~s'` i~rnw~ith Nav Ens Wgt. Blackr is h~ead ofte dbe An, L~e

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aboaut to relezase the i! se~ nt skyward three times
to dfetermrine wind dir-ection and velocity. Such information,, re
corded by the Aerology Department, is of great value to piliots
and assists the Departmercnt in forrecasting local wneather. At th-e
right, WAVE: Bornstein operates thr "'Theodeliftc" telescopic in
strument ursed to folow the pilot. balloonr. Under good condrition -
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in~~% athlyjneties i ther -1' :


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to get under wvay sooni

SMor~ni~ng classes include weight
ouch i and box-
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give t:.l9 .I 1 ' l partici-
Photo byr Skiseiint USUR S W
ng all boxers to be held . '-i: : 00 andi
escidces whipin 1400. There .. .! pres-
d cauircle WAbov ent at every : o 11. .l< class. In-
R, the fine points structors and --... 1.. are also
oldy but teaches fon hantd each ~.- ... ? and Sunt-
to hand combat dayr at the? bes :...4 swimmers.
to rnake a gooda Lieu~tenant Peterson points out
that it is I t o tell who
may and who may not be diestinedi
;'c' ~ ~`'', f or combat: .Ii in thre near fui
ture and it - therefore recom-
Smended that all personnel takre adi-
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It is felt 1. active participa-


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.j: present tour of duty.
The athletic program las-ta
Sthroughnout th-e day, which w~nil! give
every mann aboard a chancee to, ex-
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r' j;.on t. he golfing fraternity-

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Into, shape~1 fal trlr~id tussles inside the sqluire
I, --obabit "lr' \=ls, station boxing instructor-
nI'- .* ileft. mn~l lingh 1;;gh..m~ Co~rp. UCSMCE
Srinr ::on. CDours~:l not only~ develops the b
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h,- ..no- Iln.- s..unrg btoxers who are expected
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While the first Buccanecer foot-
? fi ball contest ended inr a five wrayi i
,t ~ ~ t,. jtie, there should be a champion/
.I, this week. The first week fourndi
:~~ the football experts picking a pig
~~ a r. in a poke so to speak. but nowv
That they have had a chancei to -
study the comparative merits of!i ~
i%- each team in the nation's footb~all
$9 ~ ~ scramble, we should have a wveekly I .h;

Las wh~n eek's five winners wRho

I~?were: E,. C., Harris T3c, ~ ': .I
H udson, G:eorge ?: I. ih ite
82c, !r Ch, Sargent MrMS3c, AZ.
:9 i W. Pierce AOMW2c. 4;
It is easy to take part in the
contest, just mark the football bal- Ms ?insheet (NTC, Bainibridge Mitd )
lot , to your own idea of "Hdow ~boutl a date, Kiiddlo?~
ShowT each team will play. You have
.a choice of wfin, lose or tie. It -takes "What did you~r wfife say whsen
..but a fewr minutes to mark your y ou came home so late last, night?"'
choices, and you can takie all the Ma.~tC: "NothingZ. I was going9 to
as.time you want in research if You2 have those fr~ont teethr pulled any.-
d~esire to become a scientific foot- way, you sCee.
-P-hoto byJ Skxseim ball pickeri.
Hiu~ :;~l. l..iu Corp. USMCR. Ballotts mus~t be placed in! any
.n.*n named the Athlete of one of the! green Buccanceer Newvs game? T~he ladies are also invitedr
4,\,, o is=.b in the boxees on stationl before 1100 Sat- t o play. It would be a fecather in the
0.. : ig andt his devzotion to, urday. The~ir locations: Hqanrgr, hat of oner of our Waves otr Wiomeni
.Ir-, no ting. Bighram, a for- MIess Hiall, Ship 's Service, Dispen Miarines to top som~e of thne men
, E .*0 ;te at N'orth Carolina saryq, Ad and3 JOQ, eRxperts. It can b-e done, just try it.
,,s.... .:, won the first bout The response to the firt~p week's L Iook ov~er the games f'or Satur-
.t -,. reter in the station smoke I football contest was gvoodi, but wh-y day ani ge~t your ballot ini the box
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is given the palmn for i
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.d end for of i
Solina frosh team and !
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''` Tl '`!~? i. ~~ ~ h baseball at Noith Car-j
'''' ':'' ''''' d not go out for basklet- i

raising hob in n~ .i- with every WCthile boxing is new to him, he i
.. ighktt or wrong. 1 I. is a likes the spor~t, believes it helirs
'healt'hyr fign for on the him stay inl shap~e soI that he can
ftadoi eoladm yee gasme eah resume his football career aftertthe
day, Like true ball players the in w to ehis cponsi eormg n cox-
love their base hits and will argue i ee when he rtn to r rs1 st tids i
loumd and long to get iet on al i. is my irst attempt. at box- i
single. in, ai I ike the
As te btte tems egi togame because of thle physical exer- ~
emerge from the pack, games be- cise involved. The daily training
twee thse ryig fo th to ofkee~ps me in fine trim for my duties ;
the ladder will bre -,~: ; Umpire's as a* Mariine, and will h~elp me
have taken a stern attitude of latve after thie. I-- when I return to the
andr azre putting a word limit on the uivest an ak football
objections. One of our young again."
was the first to be grounded ---- --- --
hy an utmp. He sizzled for days but all is peace and harmony once
over his election from the game, agamn on the softball diamond,


RULES
1. Only one entray to eachi con-estcant:i You maust fill in your ownp
entryi blank andi sign: your nabme, Be neatl.
2. Blaml s must be? left in! an0 of thre green Buccane~er booxes bi-

3:. Prizes: 1st--Three rertonls of yoiur favorite brand cigarettes.
2~nd--Two cartons of your favoritei brand cigarettes.
3rd--One eaRrton of gaur favorite brand cigarettes.
Any prize may be `: : for other '.. Service mer-
chandise of equal value. i -. of' tie, pri-2 be divided).
Thlis egntest is not open to civilians.

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This photogfraphl of "'Cover Girl"B Rita .. tlt
mnost glamorous to comre out of HLolly.ood this yleal -Ar
Students Le~ague of New York, hlas earnedl her the invitation to
.~~~~ ., - ir Leap Year Bafi~ at th ... The
,'s Tlechznicorlor ..Gr, hc
glorifies the odls~6) whos~ likC~enssesl grace- the covrers ofI
t~he nratiotn's on magaazines.


SAL11 aND PEPER Oct. 121 1.svi OF WASHN A tough Army: sergeantf spotted; Little Audry anld her sister-
SAL ON PEPE 0 0:\and "TAKE IT lilG" ayrbr leaning agtainspt thej wetdnig iht sil
.. O< ::1I -- **FI:0---' 0~ 1, ID" and g~uardhouse puffing a cigrareitte. These nautical grentryr welre uii
latvE ilw~e~on"Can't you read that, s(Rgn injtunately. of B.O. and been
G n Elbu iOt. 15-16 i'OF DR.l front of yout? That: says, 'Nio Sm~ok;- of this or other causes, sistrer
a r 1114. LL"ing.' fainted!. Someone in, the o
5 au ear nenOct.17-9 .1 LD.; The rookiie lookedi at- him sadly called -for salts, but li
n n, sh inwl Ot. In1 -- "MOON0~cLIGHPT IN VER- and saidl: "Sergeant, ifI codAuyluge n lugd

.~~I~ w a.pu, 0ii nd -- t i tLifle \:.!11AN"j read that sign, P'd be inl the Navy cause she kinew- thef werei a?r
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