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: June 14, 1945
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: VID00025
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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slant. ,' . busi- rnival-spirit cokes, beer
nessk of and hot dogs will be available.
li central '._ tak of such as bingo, penny
spring .... .: has caused a dam-* wa bs dh a poer
spring .has caused a dwi ar bond raffle and other
S. i at also be included in the
q ,' ," .- n-! festival.
S' Drawing .' be held at approxi-
not be 2300 for war bond door
S, er i exact time for the
''.'" ''. :. or opening of the festival has not yet
1 .. been announced,
S: supply. Lo- ,. war bond promotional
'. -. .. .,ter are, in scheme is being handled by the
I,.,, .. .I..-- u...ugh going city of Vero Beach. 's Your
S receded be- Infantry," a :... 1.. unit spon-
.. '" I *.. n" *.2 leading scored by the treasury department,
, -. i.i. 'rtually cuts will show the work of the infan-
. and in try 28 ... .. at : football
Ins te wa28er
S is the waterr field in Vero. The infantrymen in
That water will the i unit are men who
:,, ", ', ,round floor of have returned from overseas serv-
m. irr ice and have been especially
S ... from an irri trained for this duty.
:, wy Flori Tableaux of preparation for bat-
.. r such a calam- te and assault on a ,. I:, and
S. that even old- exhibit of weapons and
an exhibit of'.f.,:' weapons and
timers can't remember such ma
.. and irgaton is equipment, from machine guns
e to install and ruriation tis eparten ... K rations, are featured
ive to install and run in this part during the show. Tickets for this
of the country, so *. in will also be given out to war bond
i. that it would eat up any i tI purchasers.
its gained on the crop. i unit will play all cities in
If water : 'u- on the base .',.. and other similar units'
and in the town of our oer parts of the coun-
o .. .. . his: try.
V f ero Beach women, under the
S' te of :, Miles Warren will
'ti: en no rain ive a ance the '-,.ht of 27 June
.. time, then.. the men :: .. unit.
Sis a matter of course, The dance will take place at the
Another cheery note is the fact Service Center and only the men
that even if it rained nor i could of the unit and their Wave guests
.,:. hard and still ruin what will be admitted.
left of the crop. It all goes to The wa i ..' quota for this f
show that weather 1. :.' pay. station is .- person, totaling
a minimum quota of i'" ac-
The a ,r;..1 dressing: .! i: tual purchase price.
will discontinue their ,-.-.:l.' i,. .. ** : be assigned a
S.,durin the 1 s and Lt C. E. Smith, war
: bond officer, expects the competi-
,,,-, months, Mrs. i: E. Harmer tion to heavy. War Bonds will
announced. be on sale in the war bond office,


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nance and ground tr
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The statement in
Buccaneer that the
commissary was tak
trade is incorrect. N
not being accepted
ent time.
Vero personnel are
not to shop at the
on Friday and ':- .
the store is unable t
large volume of trad


manite- report auuaiu iitU a ta iUn.
aining build- This dive-bombe squadron took
as its name "The Buccaneers."
S' station took over the name of
SORP I h the squadron and the squadron
insignia as official nickname and
insignia.
last week's Bradford reported aboard the
Ft. Pierce station 16 Januay 1943. Thee
ing in new -were ten men in the group and
ew trade is seven instructors. "At the station
it the pres- at that time, here were no plans
for us o fly. Our group even open-
also urged ed the .'. : *d explained.
commissary "We had to go to Jax for planes
S'. since to operate with."
o handle the SoQuadron graduation was !5
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that i- ntvit iI imniortalit r,., th, W' -i. .ri .t.it,..- that M, i
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JUNE 14, 1945 ;., .. PAGE '"'.:

Retired Enlisted Men rk IiaTNVG i-YI _Z7 IN ;' .' v .

Now to Refurn Home -
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Almost all retired enlisted men
now on active duty will be returned
to their retired 1 . by 1 Janu-
ary 1946, according to BuPers. As
of ''i April 1945, there were 6,105
men in this' category, of whom
.. !' : have CPO ratings.
The only exception provided for
by the BuPers directive is that
L: ti I enlisted men holding key
positions, fit for active duty and
essential to i.. war effort, may be
recommended for retention on ac-
tive duty. However, not more than
10 percent of the retired enlisted
men within any command may be
recommended to BuPers for con-
sideration.
Since COs are expected to fleet- j
up enlisted personnel within their h
. ,I I ':.L- i l fill vacancies left by
!.,ii-'.: .,1,-I : .1 men, the measures
may provide opportunities for ad-
vancement in : '.....'..,' and


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Whal Did You Do Today K''
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approximately 3000 Na-
val personnel at Vero and outlying:
stations, plus the pay roll
for 360 civilian workers, is a full-
time job for the disbursing
Aside from these more spectaco-i
lar features, the disbudsing of-
fice also handles mileage voucih-
ers, per diem vouchers; it checks
squadrons in and out, handles,
transportation reservations for:
persons on leave, registers allot-
ments and family allowances, is-
sues meal tickets, handles draft
movements and keep track of al !
of this in a Navy bookkeeping sys-
:tem, which is a full-tii-e business
in itself.


... *a .. ..... 'E J: I i i.. .i videly pub As anyone knows, money is the
S' .1 t -!'l' .i ..: .' :,i r..,'. i Force 58. keynote of the disbursing office.
T' .o. ,..~. :. 1 ... Wake Is- This money is ordered several days
i A,.\. I *.. i-' I '- a campaigns. i advance of a payday from I he
S. r. months, he Inidan River Citrus Bank.
\ .. ,i, "', ''"**.. i or battles. Civilians are naid at different
1 r we times during the month. Per an-
i.-' ,. ,- vi''a ,., ye :.'.: he con-; tu wages, or those of stenogra-
'- -. ,1 >y accident phers and clerks here on a yearly
Siat t .... .a. BBeac h." basis, are paid on the fifth and;
A scream I can't .. .- .Bradfosd received the wrong set!t nt ieth of each month. Per diem
On my right a tank :... of orders; he carn to Vro while wages of t-hoe of day laborers,
A f., ', and then the I: the other officer who was slated age paid every Saturrdayv
'.- stench of ..... i- l...:.. i. ', for this s station went to Quonset Ofic ai by hec or
Still rises f.y ., i.'' ." under the other set of orders. caish, -o prd eferce The,
S- ....... w~l s ; I like the station very wellio other personnel pad by cec
help us I- i ti. but I don't think much of the su- n othes e sion' h he
Did you work harder and longer c re. tise at e a tling at Faci
I p y re'_ ugulations 4 as the F, P-erce Boat FacJl-
for less, haven't ;.', bu 'e i a
Or is that too much to ask? put on a larger basis," con- it, r n rw from the base
What right have I to ask you this tinued. some reason other than leave. Of-
You p 1*"'lnw! will say; Of the thirteen men in the o"ig- ficers hie an first cass
.,~; ,~ w ,~ !. -- officers are paid or tile first and
,'I .. now ;. I understand, iial squadron, three were 1 f, in ad the ia rst
You seeh . I Ie l ,r ToD. Y. i ase is returning to cormfifteenth of every month, Officers
(Written by Lt, D F. 1 I ., one is in ; c are paid at the JOQ ad chiefs
while lying injured in a i 'a .. ,. Quonset Point. and first clss petty officers at
field in Italy. Taken to a .. the Disbursing office.
hospital, he later recovered.) ,' I !ast Eenlisted personnel are paid trh
Swords?" fifth andii twentieth at t:he hangar,
"I'll go through fire for you." "It sure tastes like the real JOQ (steNvards mates), comr ls-
"Don't put yourself out." ,sary and the Waves Barricks (all
.. Waves.
Never question your wife's judg- We often i' .. age Also taikeinin on the disbursing
ment look what she married! la bachelor becomes "confirmed."I books is money coming


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in on the stati on f'ro such sources
as flhe sale of, provisions, sale of
stores, bus tickets and com-
Iute o rations money.

Sav.e No. 1: "When Ge orge
and I get inarried, we're going to
.i Bal' to see wmat it' like."
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.r-oan. h uri be >:tr, c:i.i : i SALT AND PEPPER
.f i -a:i e. :-htidi.i be lire antr l ,.d t ..
at t ,he 4, strl.ctiot.s given t- i. ,t !rI ..
:lck if the-ar lea:e t pai pes -rtared t . .i In.
John F. M ,o ris, Roed ."ir fi i t ,,i. .. '.
director. u L ,
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only, in 'a -e5 ,f e' lell ,e l :i] h ,.,'J. .;: !.
as ilhl es-" 'rf a |iaturi to ic p..i- ..t- i,, : *., 'r
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immediate fanil;' If an et~ n. o '1.. m: t 1 ""
is needed frt', these rea trns, c ntac t '.,. i. ." i' "
the local Red Cr,:,s inm ,tiatn!i ..
not waiting antll the last da:. ,it .t..'.,i vdit ii ...i .i -. I

Ask the Red CroI.- to eriy the a sign "l. al t.i: I"' C I --- I TI -.1.
lergietgntvy andl tIe need of on igIi.
presence. Have the Red Clos., help
wri-t a telegram to the Commani- Mn ,, Y... r ,, it
ing Office-r rerluesting exLen-i.t .. c.." ,.
If lc '
Ask tI e Red C( sI t. wile e a ., hi h..t!.. -----
Beach Red ('lo.ss ut ncee. ,erit:mI ....
the n i' f yr t ,.n co i C ao i .:l :-- Tl.l,-, .t -r!. blo 1
te ,, ,, Ie eI,. V ri t
Moni- o ls. c'1n' nit n t t -t p11 ta" th I It P
to,._, .i ellelme n l(:' e:i\cy- 'o L I i- '- .... --Pihto by Skiscinm
thrtizd to, avail then.elvs ,f \ .. .. ..se Constantly busy, as shown above, is the experience of the ones
hops o:n iArimy lTran'i llurt Coirnni d ci .. E.-. re 1I.. .' handling cigarette I. '" ,.a details for Vero Naval Air Station
pIlanntri personnel.

Doidj iv'er hear o.f a hli.l lr- ','i' ; i .p.. .. times looks back and wishes he His CO wired back: '
s -n j, ir ing a iuditt Colony. ".u .: ;, were an enlisted man, or at least a tions. Next confinement in bar-
,. ,* A: i.. Commander. racks!"
In a primna-y election tile ii-1
from the murunta ns akd fori a .i:, sit t i ;.an One Siamese twin to another: Have pity on those sad GIs
hallot. ,, , ,t t : ,i. ,..ge "You must have had a swell time Whose gals have done them dirt.
'\What party do yoJL afftiil i t t .- -.1..i t ..'., ., illlast night. I look like a wreck There's nothing that can dry
with?" ,, ,, ,,, .. ., er today." their eyes
"Do I have to atnwer that." W iltr If a woman .- a man, "You Except another skirt.
"Youi do i youi want a ballott" l are handsome," he seldom believes
"Then I don't a ,a!l,.t iLcau'C E,! : ng it; but if she says, "You are Sailor: makes you
the party I affiliate with aPin't ..-r .." r h,,...,,n's clever," he always believes it. look beautiful."
di'.oreed 'yet." .' ....t,, She: "But I haven't been drink-
i,, a Conceit is a form of I--strain. ing!"
"Thir u ihe, r h:pi s i. t tt.t tl t -. Sailor: "Yes, but I have."
c-t ide:-a.;. s'y. what d-oe. Iti.:Mvc,' Some gals hate to to ink of their
ea? ., ...... youth because nothing happened. BM1c at station dance: "Yes,
1in, th, because nothing happened I love dancing. Guess it's in my
in- A Mg c p or Bloodd"
juiIc. "1,,I.5r ,".i t.i .1 )... xw- Marine. talking to his son five Wave: "Then yo must have bad
0.. f. '1. :,! years after the war: "And that, I tgti
e f h . A h circulationr. It hasn't gotten to
my son, is how the World War was our feet Iet
St, all : .A :iA i ich won."o e
I't' i".'iI" r..... I. il. "I OU Son: i Daddy, why did they Marine: "You deceived me
.a t '. i need those other marines" ... married you! You told me
First Boot: "I'll bet that town in you were well off."
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Lost, Found, Buy, Sell '

And Trade Department ilI 'l ,: 2 r ..../. -
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FOR SALE--IrT F .i' I-" *' ,.. with Jane Frazee Loyd
r d i CGor ..' n.-. L r 1 [' t ; and "The ... .' ... '
,,r B.t. Crei N H .: ., ,,, , .. . ', I tilOA V, 15 June
.Fo7 ., -. :u.. i .' ALu Lb- L. ; I issue with Gene Tierney
tFOi .Al -H,:.i-.; t:- :--"Cowboy from Lonesome and "Earl Carroll's Vani-
tip-t,.i. o-Jtn. Pi'Fk ...l' *-, ,", .- : at Community House at 2000
T.P. Lng or
T. ,- SA:I "i:. V 16 June
.'OR SALE- .. in, ,. I .'' I '.. a iABOARD-"Call of the Wild" starring Clark Gable Loretta Young
S.; i -i ',-,- I. ... '.- '- "Cowboy from and -,-. ( Vani-
..-IJ elil-tia ine-. l, .li t.. I .. I ,lt I ,... :
A,-r inf .riati.,in i '.,..- 'i,'"t I .. .. 1 SUNDAY, 17 June
: 1. r L -.ALL--I', 7' . .. r... a- atholic Services in .:. auditorium at 0900. Protestant
LO '-- ,.. .. .-,,, ... ir.- .' 1 i ." 1100 .; 1800 and 2030: "Call of the
'LOST-C- r -.- it "..r' ,I "i Loretta Young
-n, up.p. t 1. i -..,,I.- .. our at Methodist Church at 2100. Movies:
in hemd. St. Fr.I \Wl,.,. .,, t,, 1. T,--. .. Veronica Lake .- Tufts
S '. ...ri.. ...: .J'4 MONDAY, 18 June
.:1 ;i ABOARD-"Twice El e James Craiv Gail Patrick
S L..S-- i. t.l .-, , ... .. ,, .,:, RE-"Bring on the Girls" Veronica Lake Sunny Tufts
ihe Ka ,itti Alp'l. Them.-' .. .
n .. th l tt a -.... L .': ' r : ", "1'. I' TUESDAY, 19 June
S .Lat h a at .USu'.i.. p '1'. *. AB( .. : "Wonder Man" Danny Kaye . o
SL l!l : .i' .... : I ;... -"Winged Victory" Edmond O : Crain
A. 'NTS TO I- t. A WEDNESDAY, 20 June
A. .-in v.n'. t'.,." ..' _- i,'. [. -i- .. r: rons ABOARD-Same as 7
; c. ,. .-- : .. , .... ., sun ASHORE-Bond Premiere f Show on and
REAIDY. ". I ;une. Scandal" with Tallulah on screen
S' i,.i... ..- THURSDAY, 21 June
AB'OARD--"Patrick the Great" Donald O'Connor i Rya
u,...rC) The Press Journal ASHC ; "Grissley's Millions" and "Double
L .-._ of clothing sten-
with the name "Krause, P. FRIDAY, 22 June
he bag is .- -.. : .. "Krause, AB.'_ .'.. Roundup" Ken Curtis Cheryl Walker
t' [ ,' .. call at the ASHORE-"Sheriff of Las Vegas" and "Dark Waters" -- Dance at
Sl Journal office in Vero I House at 2000
,'URDA 23 June
ABOARD--"The Corn Is Green" Bette Davis John Dali
S b Identification brace- ASHORE---Sheriff of as ' and "Dark Waters"
ith name "Harry Neil Coehn
S1 '2i!: at the I, ." Pool. SUNDAY, 24 June
call at station Personnel ABOARD--Catholic Services in station auditorium at 0900. Protestant
S ,, services in Chapel at 1100. Movies 1800 and 2030: "The Corn Is
Green" Bette Davis John Dail
S, .ORE- Hour at i. Church at 2100. Movies:
'L -Wlfrist watch in the 'R 'u i 2
'-Wrist watch in the "Tonigh ... ' -- Rita Hayworth Lee Bowman
S. I-.. -,' area. Finder contact Ryan
i:. '' ARM3e at the Radio MOND 25 June
4 . ..: ABOARD See Plan of the Day for movies
,-..." ASHORE--"Tonight and Every ." Rita Hayworth Lee Bow
Si.i i--;' the person -who man
.! a boy's red racing bicycle TUESDAY, 26 June
S!' in front of barracks 10 ABOARD See Plan of the for movies
_:.. contact ....-.. '* L. ART ASHORE-"Havingi Wonderful Crime" -- Pat O'Brien Geore
'318 or at :' .' Personnel Murphy
' ,.. l... -.:' a bell and home
.' ;. ,:' 27 June
ABOARD See Plan of the Day for movies
S. ASHORE-. Wonderful Crime" Pat O'Brien George
S-. ,,- O.Q Murphy
h, .. .9': i.' 7 ' trailer Murphy
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: ... "How come yo' is making' all CPO: .' I have peial lberty

Select& ai Pin-L'p Gii of Ite ..NTP TRADE-Elec- "Mali soldier husband am com- fifth anniversary.
Lone le:ich Na I \il S.i,". .. ,,: r. for good medi in home and dem pies are . Officer: What? Are we goini to
thi queen i a,:ctl iUrl. i reai :,. .gh!, ,:on. See R. W. to be the second thing he's gonna have to put up with this every
fuir an.y e'inrgency. '. n, RdMIlc. .' iask for." twenty-five years?




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