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: August 9, 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: VID00029
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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The BUCCANEER

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lIBERTY CARDS WILL BE SKI-1il:lIN(; SI \T 11,.i TENAN

REQUIRED ON TO

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tain Cards From Per-
sonnel Otffice


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,', of the nation's ruilwn:a. cats \. '
Ae'e)'r to prvilde? better andi sw:ifte ,
tr'trnt pll atlior tii tile thti'' aniidls o3
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truction \V'ii 1:2, Cause
For ;rietHii

Tenants who are f- ,..' rron
indiscriminate eviction by OPA
fubab.I':.- still have certain obli-
i~ !:. ', to their . "- Mrs. C.
E. Parsons, area rent representa-
Stive, declared today.
rJ[.i:- tenants are under the
Impression that so long as they
pay their rent they cannot be evict-
Sed no matter how they care for or
utilize their dweling space, Mrs.
Parsons said.
This is decidedly not the case,
Sshe added. .,.:. enants have been
evicted for violating an
of their tenancy otr or
permitting a nuisance in their
|1 housing accommodations.
Prevent Damage
The section of the rent regular
Stion dealing with evictions gives
landlords sufficient latitude to pre-
vent heedless destruction or dam-
age of his property. Constant use
of the provisions in the regulation
with respect to eviction is made by
landlords to protect their property
I against violations of the obliga-
4.I '. \I1M :F1 \lit ii -ui... .. ...*.- ., tons of tenancy under which dwe!l-
t't-: o r l r i ..- .i.' i .. [ i..i ., .. ,e.. ,, es have rented housing an comrno-
n.i-i L :- e ititIarn *ri,tllr l[,jIIll ,.I t i .'1, -, ., .1 dtations.
n.1i'lt iltittigt .ph- 'i :j ,nd i.. r, ', The provision states that a ten-
I. ,,n.n -.. l ".. ant may be evicted, "if he has vio-
.lated a substantial ...... of
Harlem \ ariels Shpi, I,-:- his tenancy, other than an t...
tion to pay rent, and has ontinn
.t- Tzn i A' .\. ued, or failed to cure such violation
after written notice by the landlord
S ..1' .:that the violation--cease, or is com-
SI or permitting a nuisance
-C'tl.l l, I-, '.- Ir, I, -'i. '.or is using or perm hitting use of the
A i ,, housing accommodations for an imr
Ii- .. 1 rI 1- moralor I purpose."
,t -iarh H. i , r,- .. . F follow R ules
.1], ": ,t.I1: 1 a .Mrs. Parsons emphasized that a
.. :.- .-: 1: ,. I ,:. ,,. , nuisance must be of a genuine
...-r.,- I. .: .,., ...-. character andnot cievance
A.: -- T ih,: ', . Or an inconsequential objection to
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da.- In .;in El h-1 't ,, ',..t ,. ; I..., ,.. ,' '. landlord must follow the procedure
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icit ariu i Iote tants, Cath- .. .. .. out of the area
Soles and Jews together ..e served, al-
ino man another bee '. oughh not necessarily to a loca-
I i in \', a 'lr t'-t-ilL,. that he's his faith or despises him .1
i' i .I :oitlia. .i-'- ti 1.. l-. just of his color. Here there .. .- to make the
.t i. .11 h ;- I '- -tarts qotas of how many fo the fact that
S. group are admitted or i ', could
S, u Among these men there is no ne
S. m, c. of us erimn.ination, no prejudice, no ha- e p

il i .r i I purest democracy. '
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S1 .1 I i' l :1' 'crate ourselves in memory 1
i rn'' i'.'1' l .' -Hi who sleep beneath .
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Rclii,,d Ihe ScenIeIs El Nt.iS Ver4j Betich

VERO'S BEAC:ON SERVES ST'11ElhNT PILOTS BY MCI-T


I he~ hLition'ut viant .ea~rchlni-tiinpl !twv~iaLujlar fuldU,.i v! [-idi
the- lock iQing actoitie. Ir' tn. r-rrv tuidrint liihn. n'uIIitl%, iarr.-
Idinc ill ) '0f-111.0 (11 1011endIep~rier 6-r-jiii used b3 thr* lrniop, in-war,
I 11 Ieue.!'Ju, point1. t ititing eenir ell idhunriing lieoni.
Of -krm -1t pi emjl-truiion. 0i,, light conrtain- at si\Tr -'nh 1

degivet lateral rouudtiiiuu. the isi*ilit Ilso P" el,2 IPI II- n1i LtrIl-,I

In iphltuitraph .ith- .-. I k.. IAvc ke, Plc, is shown Ie-IiIII.
ti ,? II'i Il prat.il mi oiniroI in ii da.%-iimu %it%%. W isaial, i- one of
tI h ree i eI~-1 lii inl n-nualnreinnc. fLntt C. Morinec, EIsM." and
I.. (hl1run. E.dWc. turnn trhe reruciainidt'a the .-fw h iriL caff. Lt. C.

.1 If 1'r-'edtr-i-k . L i-in -N n*-11etl-rAI' auj .11 crewi members
-ire under hi. uiiirret 1,pn'iii,,.
k ri hilct~ i% u j IIw:uI the Vero :w.r-Lalt vith four
l-u.k I rnitan iInaLte, -, :t iing (he heak it1. Other beacons are sited at
-inamfi~tla. .1 Ilbuu ie .aautoard.. Di ptumat Beach and Stuart. All


Station Canteen Planned

For Night Flyeftr

I i,. local Red Cross chapter is
organizing a Canteen Corps to op-
erate a night lunch counter here
on the station, ThI lunch counter,
which will open in the near future,
Sill be for all n :hi. fl. ii, per-
sonnel.
Several more volunteers are
needed. Anyone having any spare
time to devote to this service,
should contact Miss Mary L. Dur-
rance, executive secretary of -hi.-
local chapter, or John E. M,,, I ..
Red Cross field director on the sta-
tion. Morris commented that wives
of night flying personnel,.* I'h,
* o i or enlisted, are i .i. !
"',ai to join.
\ ..'.* 1_ '.-1 : le!d of the
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s, i ]ll :-p r I 1'., l. .h .,p t.)
in th- : ... : .,i,. .u i :,:ul :. 10 1, I i
at 1400. Tt.l ;.-.- i *-l; ., ,.. .,*i '
from the il'.. iv ii I.:- finishedd for
all volunteer ".. I


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were sent to Vero and satellite fields from the Army Air Forces
base at Orlando, Fla. Minor repairs are made on the spot; for
damages of more serious nature, Army specialists are sent from
Orlando. The lights incorporate their own tower supply, .:.. ..
on a direct current generator, powered by a DC gasoline engine.
The corbon rods, from which the arcs are struck, must be
replaced every hour and a half. An automatic device keeps the
carbon points at their correct distance from each other; across the
aap flows an amperage of over 150 amperes.
In photo at center, a close-up is shown of the "candle" in oper-
ation at night. Beam has been estimated to reach as high as :.' "'
feet; actual measurement runs well over 30,000. At right, Witalec
is shown cleaning the light, a daily duty for the crew electricians.
Lens and reflector must be carefully cleaned with special prqmara-
lions. '.' .*... to the 1; or other apparatus is kept to a mini-
mum by constant check on the meters which cover the beacon's
sides. The light is manufactured by General Electric .., -..:,,

I P p..N' IMail i Gi. Noa


!. ,.;- Hellcats, roaring on the line.
One jumped the chocks, and then there were nine!-

Of nine hot pilots, one had a date.
His haste caused a nose-up, and then there were eight!

I-..i -I, :,!. .: climbing toward Heaven.
One i ji-~; t( .i:., and then there were seven!

Off to a "nav" hop, one missed his fix.
The. others got through, but it left only six!

Six eager beavers, feeling young and alive.
One buzzed Driftwood, and then there were five!
When five F-Sixes flew hore with a roar,
"...,.. !; his wheels up, and that left but four!
-The '"i. .: planes was awful to see.
One ,L i -I.. and then there were three!
Of ',.- three that. were Wct,, on- was all thriu,,h.
Si* looked like I feel on a "whizzeroo'
I .. 1 ,, : day's work wel don.r.
I, .I,, ,. i '. LI, '.,t. .'.' then there was one.
.. i l I. I;: .., ,fe back at the line;
L !. : 'I better than the other nine!
I:' *..... ver been on one, keep on being lcky!
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F^ Overfea a Oirki,

Pass the word along to your
folks. To assure delivery of gifts
by Xmas they should be mailed not
later than 15 October. '. all
packages carefully. Last Decem-
ber 135,000 articles had to be re-
wrapped before they left the states.
At FPO, San Francisco, 900 pack-
ages are re-wrapped
For overseas e Navy
Mail Service ..*. of a
strong box packed with "' ma-
terial and :..': _- a list of ar-
ticles enclosed with an
.,- 1* .'.. Tie box with
Ia heavy string, then wrap in a
hI vivy paper and tie with a cord.
I must not exceed fiv
ou nds in weight, 15 in
length or 86 inches in -: and
girth combined.

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.mes hit a homer
Tigers scored
seventh on a
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NEW DIAMOND FOR HARD %- t'S LUt;

BALL NOW UNDER ,-

CONSTRUCTION

W ith the graic s .,,f i--.i 1..,..
ball rliamon'ri in th, J.,1 I thlet ,
area. Vein FBea h i vill ;'.- I.
sportinri' a hair hall if ti',r
W ork i- i'.' i'r,,ir .-.. i ,
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T helt e :i l uh i ',.: ,. .,
the static:, v.h lO i.. .. '' .
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th ree p l.i\ e i' i :....;..
"Bu .ky." W' lti. 1 .,. B '. 1 .'
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pitched f". N,-. ', ,. ,
joining the No. '\..' ..
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Theie h t i .! ... '
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Beasts Lead In 1600 play


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POUND SH ARKi vROM I
BILL GAS! .. Sic
jor J. E. Decher and his companions decided to
recently, they didn't kno how well rewarded the
Sthe rest of the party came home empty handed
S. . and landed an 80 pound Maco shark


Sheer with Lt. (jg)
,. .. ar, G. W. Townsend,
-., ur writer, left Fort
cities about 4:30 in
The party was out.
1 on, es. When we found
S ot 'i Decher and
S. vo man life raft. On
S' with live bait,
.,.... ., : -d into a good sized
, . it after 20 minutest
meanwhile keeping the
eight . -


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five pound i ; T
time he baited his hook a
was the charm. The shark
took toft It was a real tu
I-aif an hour. I was all
during that struggle as 1 c
other sharks going back at
under the boat and I had n
I o get dow n there with i
inhen the shark .
thie and was aule
Measured a little better t
feet long. .or DIche


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Many officers and enlisted men
are themselves of the op-
portuniity to sharpen up their goll
game with private instruction of-
fered by the Athletic Department.
S Each week-day from 0900 to
1100 and from 1300 to 1700, Berni
Guentner, Sic, former golf pro-
fessional at Butler Country Club.
Butler, Pa., is on hand in the ath-
letic area behind J( to give golf
lessons to ai! hands wh-o dtesI'
them.
Guentner has found that non-
golfers who have come out for ex-
ercise have become interested
while watching others take lessons
and have requested a session for
themselves.
While there is no green available
at the area, Guentner can
teach the fine points of driving,
approach and demonstrate the
proper method of putting.
It is advisable to take your cown
clubs to the lessons, but if
you haven't clubs, there are a few
which wiil be loaned for a lesson.

had landed other sharks, but this
Sone was a real
If the does not pre-
sent itself for going after
and the like, shark fishing- is good
sport and lots of action.
Trout .
Lieut. William iiartien and
pa1ty found Ide therout in the
Indian River near Winter Beach.
hooked a nice string of trout.
C R. Whiteside found fishing
luck close to home. le caught three
S onita at Vero Beach.
The largest weighed 15 pods.
A. F. Barnbe took three black
t, 80 bass from the Highway Ca-
n life al. W. Smith nd L.
J appear to be trying ,o
eatch all the sheepshead in the
river. They are having luck every
fishing trip.




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Buz Suwyer, the comic sirin
hero of the el:rriers, and his ro-
maniticly inclined gunner
may soon b Ibe the night
: Their creator, Roy Crane, was ,.i
2% 'Fiboard recently to gathl er infiori-
Stion on night
f: i Crane was not sure just what
;he would do with his Leam.
Sbut he may be with the iden
of giving them a land base assig'n-
Smeint for a time. The reason is to
give Sweeney a chance to pitch a
{bit nmoire woo with the weaker sex.
i Fiindng women for Sweeney is
one of the toughest bits of think-
ing Crane has to do in his
ic omic strip. A carrier based crew
is not apt to have an
fior dates every night in the woeik.
S 1 Tall Tales


S.Oweeney. of co 'Icse, doesn't satu-
fl'" '{Pr ,"t7 ally nloed the opportunity, he can
dream up a harem right aboard
Sship and often does. His tall tales
i arLe the envy of the airdales, and
11 the majority of his romances ,re
im iaginaryF in .any event.
Buz Sawyer will continue to bec
ithe strong, silent type who loves
only his bomber.
SCrane started in the newspaper
,i business in 1924. his
S I graduation from the m t of
9 Texas he joined the art staff of
; d the New York World, He already
,, ,,. had the j for drawing P
g daily comic strip and immediately
ie originated Wash Tubbs.
.Changed
With the raging throughout
S o the world he felt Wash Tubbs too
, tame, so wo years ago he deve-
ie oped Buz He has made
s. intensive studies of his subject
,, and prides himself on the fact that
S. 5 even old time Navy men are satis-
field with his drawings. He has
.- thousands of photographs in his
Sl home in Orlando, Fla., which help
., o him to depict his planes and equip
meant perf
Crane made a tour of the sta-
.. ... I tion both by night and day. He was
Ie particularly interested in the crash
.. 1- we- wagons. He said he had occasion
i- to draw a crash wagon
-,. but could not find a orne
d, in his va.st collection. Crane made
ea careful study of the station
ie crash wagons for future reference.
Like all newspaper mea, Crane
was '* his so beg-
.. is ged off doing a drawing of Buz
irt Sawyer at

r "Mrs. ( your child is bad-
ts I y spoiled."
'"Gawan with you."
\"Well, if you don't believe me,
'. .l e come see what the steam
just did to him."





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ASHORE--"A Medal for Benny" Dorothy Lamnou Arturo ,de
Cordova


' TIRURSDAY, 16 August
ABOARD-"The Woman in Green" Basil Rathbone Nigel Bruce
'. ; -"A Guy, A Gal, A Pal" and "Betrayal From the East"
FRIDAY, 17 August
-. -.- BOARD--West of the Pecos" -Bob Mitehum
S '-i'' .-"Ghost Gun" and "
.. ,l ilAY, 18 August
S.i .iBOARD-"Pride of the Marines" -- John Garfield Eleanor Parker
SHORE-"Ghost Gun" and "Sudan"
SUNDAY, 19 August
'"i .-BOARD-Church Services: Qatholic in station auditorium at 0900.
Protestant in :..i at 1100. Movies: "Pride of the Marines"
S TORE-"God Is My (. -~ .'. Dennis Raymond Massey
MONDAY, 20 August
. .S .\ t:.: --See plan of the day for movies
.4' -"God Is My Co-Pilot" Dennis Morgan, .': MaAsey
TUESDAY, 21 August
ABUO- -!: -See plan of the day for movies
-" B Elisha Cook, Jr. Lawrence Tierney
*.: '--:-. Y. 22 August
S. I..'. i. --See plan of the day for movies
ASHORE-"Dillinger" -- Elisha Jr. Lawreene Tierney


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Sam: "A -i'. greatest attrac-
tion is her hair."
Joe: "No, I think it's her teeth.
Stranger, what do you think obout
it?"
:-I.. ii,-,. "The same as you
boys, but I don't lie about it."

:-,, --,i,1 which, : some peo-
ple have more than one, -. are
half!


VM1 'il, 'I .1:...' i:. .- Sir. 1' As one -.i 1 put it, ; r. ; .,
ii 1 ,'. .3 to "'., up with '1. i want to do is either ir-c. ia-
. ees and memos." moral, or fattening."


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