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 18, 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: VID00034
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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A DAY WT THE STATION SPORTS WHIRRL


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Getting into high gear with the fall sports program, Li.. opened
its tennis season against Ft. Lauderdale, winning bi.,-ihi!, The
softballers also bested Ft. Lauderdale to make it a i;-i Gf:' day on
station.. NO. 1. Lt. (jg) Stultz warms up for the ;:--i,:. NO. 2. Lt.
H. E. Hartmann busy with his game. NO. 3. Lt. (jg) R. H. Yeager

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"li o n'**l going to see 'Wake Island'' HeI
is, of course, hero of the movie.
(SEA). -After receiving the s
Navy Cross in a citation signed by Taxi?"
the late Secretary of the N-, "Yes, sir."
Knox, Lt. Colonel James D. Dev- "That's what I thought it was."


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goes after a higi9 one. NO. 4. C'apt. R. C Warrack, Commander o01
the station, and Lt. Comdr. 1I, G. Macintos-h, Executive Officer,
sit in on the tennis matches. NO. 5. Vero takes a turn at bat against
Lauderdale. NO. 6. You and You and You at the game.


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the Pacific is the USS Wiseman,
now providing electric power for
Manila. The DE is also a full-


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moments' notice aind getting under
way.
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Smith Strikes Out 29 as Vero


Wins Two Games in Softhu.f!


I t'if .tl.,l hUi. r L, 1n1:1 i '.!e Vero Beach
a~r c,..riitiinu'r on a wlrif i;' -;.r'eak that may
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i'. .. .,ii.,.-.- Y- eagles AImbion again in the fifth against Lauder-
i.i. F; '. dale. Hanmmond walked to open
_. . ,>,:-\ ': -.. Wins Softball Crown the inning. Jones doubled to scor
'.: I L -: '. . Hammond. which was enough to
i. I i i 'l i i r ice the game.
... .- Lu,-i.,l ,-. ... ,herished desire Smith kept the Lauderdale bat-
!'hu i..' i Ocr--DLa;, I- .1 ',.. : won the soft- ters under control and fired the
i.: .-i:.... .- ,.- of the station ,.' past them when men were
I .... -i.. ",, rt: l ,-.it,.l '.. ,'. &a aadar, 8 to 4,
Li:h .. B;-ara R -.e, Radar had on the paths.
Ti.r. I':--MbI,, . -, 'l; i .- ', iague, and Y-1 Manager Waters s
ii .:. h '" i .". t'li, 1400 i::,-. :' eaming of an undefeat-
.t .anI:l L: -.,., l.- '- :' as play..,! h I : .. and the championship.
I ....i .- Da'i .- ~.li i.r a Iili .,i-.-.:, L -: -ontinues to hurl in his
Thizii .,'.- -;B.tn :lt 1:.. i '. .. i : 1 ,' manner and the team
I.Lo ... ', l : .,i i ..'. adds the fine support they
-: L at.n .a 3 .- :. ,. : ,. ,'.ave been giving him, Vero wiit
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S''- Largest Land Plane Touch Football P!ai

": ,'' Makes Test Fliahl Starts Here Moit

.' , .' .i,, ,i .. i.... football will get under
l i.li'. I.'. next -,'. afternoon when
-- ... ,..i,,,. , , ... ,, 'i t .' :'. league m akes
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:ech downed Ba-
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S.haven't been
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S ,.... ,r tight pitching
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5r:k.; J at Mark
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S:t .t f strikeouts
..- i i'. : .. River team.
I,,,i.- : ... ,'-en in each inn-
i. n1.1 ~a. ..- .. no less, for 14
F th se'.., .'I. ngs of play. In
Si. L-... i.h' game, Smith
Sti r, ...' i.'.nt' ': i..en on strikes.
ti. .*' in the third
S i., he turned
SI..I: i. l :. men in a row on strikes.
o Against Banana River, the Vero
o team e red tbh winning runs in
fI .1. I .!1 :.'.- Gilmore started
' .. inning with a single, went to
o second as Hammond grounded out.
0'' i".: singled scoring Gilmore
o and came all the way when Jones
o poked a hit into right field. Gil
o more was the hitting star of the
0 day with 2 hits for three trips to
o the plate.
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NAVY DAY FETE

FOR ENLISTED

PERSONNEL

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station smoker. Cash prizes were given to con-
testants.


WORK RIGHTS OF


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iinl Paul Fires
i ETERANS LIBERALIZ The best way to put in appro
I mately four hours of solid swing
Las Saio at an :, Association with the most beautiful damsels
E ,, \... ployment rights of Central Florida this coming
* I i. ,. -. ,: , :ed and strength- Saturday night is to hie yourself
S .i -, ,, ,' elective Service oer to Rollihs c to the
r : ,, .* PAPER MOON SWING, given for
al -.t. I *. .. i .- ginal erprethe whole and affiliated
.-.'* .d.- .i.,, .- .- .. '.. Service officials Ar myand bases by Phi Mu
c. i : . ,, i at regardless of Sorority.
- -, .. a veteran is All roads in Florida lead to Rol-
S.' -,- -.- tement to his old lines anyway, and this Saturday
f rl. i ,;. seniority and pay those roads are going tot be crowd-
S. .. ,, .'.. against arbitrary ed with men flocking to the biggest
r .r j and best dance of the season. Just
S" , seniorit does head for the colored lights of the
TLi ,, teran's eight to glamuroos outdoor Center Patio,
S. e law is concern, and there find, we guarantee,
.. .. poyer and em- countless numbers of girls--short
i:. -'" I. '' ' n and tall, blonde, brunette, and red-
,- not recognize
I party," Sel head ravishingly gowned; sure
S' '' 1 ',' rd fire for the kind of evening you
:""" ,emp""'"l: p" i"oyment the haven't had since the Good Old
"' I ', Days ,
A.. . ..r must have been Music iwil be provided by the
.,,-,,. -"_, ', ," ,-, ,..- -, .... I, l,..-... -e, relinquished Music wxii b provi dei d x eh
S rvice. The v- Sanford Band. Some refresh-
service, vet-; ments nill be on the i andI
. . to hold the ents e on te an
i ,,1;. ...- .. within some on the town. The fun i on
.. ... .' charge, These you.
"-,if the employer's Come to Winter Park this Satur
'i:. .. i i :.. .. "t, changed so day night, October 20, at 8:30, and
1. mee your Destiiny.
n "', r" i" --' a veteran in his eet yourDest
I. one of like sen-
... .' .p ; pay is .B o -,
u.'dw: a. on '1 &, .,,'
'Ie ,! i 1 ,' ', (SEA) -- More than $1,400,-
tl'. I-. "., i.i, ..: i I War Bonds by Marine and
.tic.--r .i .tL t ^4 iaS6 Coast Guard personnel. SecNavr
.--. .. ...- has announced continuance of the'
Th!, ni:-'- *- .. :' .- i-- .,i the war the savings bond program. "
e ; h i., '1 .. ... i ises in operation 3,000,000 individuals were using!
-p :,,i I:.,. ...i.., .... ...,, .I, world 228 in the deduction savings plan at its
'..it ... I '. ,..t and 206 in the peak.
iii,'. i, .. FOR SALE-8-service set of Russel Wrigh
"ti ll' .i .'trasted with dishes. Call Lt. Miller at 250.
I. rT. '. ... I '. Pearl Har- FOR SALE-Man's ring. Ruby with dia-
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It is difficult for a man to judge
when he is kissing his wife. Es-
S when in a black out as
the above photo shows.

Henry: I just got myself some
Victory underwear.
Jim: What's different about it?
Henry: One deep breath and
you open a second front.

BM2c; "When I squeeze you
in nmy arms, darling, something
seems to snap."
Gal: "Yes, pardon me a mo-
ment while I fasten it."


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i, ,:.. V;,-i,.:. ,-,: hnuts and milk to
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'h ? ...l. 'tl canteen will
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i ,I E i. f Also planned
-, ,: '; juke box.
I'. cI.' ,:- ".' ,.' be run entirely
l y', i have volun
S. .. .'.,- i:a t .)mmittee corn
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Diaries Aided by ExprT

I ., ... Association
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i .-:.t',- morale and
..... .. .. i.: -information, plus
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1,, i led to creation
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:I I ', ., ', l graduates after
-h i ,-. 2 7 ,._ ,- t . ,
S .. s struck at Pearl
S;- I.,., they had 100,000
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S' 1 1' ., .-ry American who
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Is Teacher of Science Parallels Civilian Career


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high school where they played
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the reason if you shake your head
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io ihe coastal Pacific waters searching
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in the fields in California were shelled
c, "but by Japanese underwater craft the
opposite Coos was equipped with hid-
make den guns, radar and Y-guns and
the secretly commissioned by the
for "sub bait" duty.
in, and To carry out the t h a the
.. Five entire Navy crew was attired as
r ing out merchant seamen and carried out
the routine of an ordinary lumber
woalian vessel .. the Coos
made many anti-sub attacks along
tnswar. wvelt traveled supply routes the re-
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Si-- ,.. ,;,- i iABOARD-Barbecue, free beer, games, etc., in celebration or NAVY
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SASHORE of G. Joe" and Trail".











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.1 -. ABOARD-CHURCH SERVICES: Catholic in station audor a
"Weekend Satc these" Waldorf." ike





:" AH')RE-Moyies: "Out of This World", Eddie Bracken, Diana Lyn.
MOFRDAY, 2 OCTOBER
SABOARD-See plan of the day for Fghting", movies.
.ASHORE-Movies: "Out of This World", Eddie Bracken, Dian Lna
SATUIEDAY. 230 OCTOBER
ABOARD-SBabecue, fe the d ort games, etc., eleb o ,sV






Si ASHORE-"Wilson", Alexander Knox s 1 , Coburn






S' .nsmitted by flies WEDNESDAY,'31 ,- .,
I d 30 b0an0d ABOARDSee plan of the day for movies. t






On the side, DDT kills all! ASHORE-"Wilson", Alexander Knox, Charles Coburn.
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/N t~W~' F'~* ABOARD--CHURCH SERN 'ICES.: Catholic :'i station' d.i'

,_.-, . .; ... ',. .Wee .end at the aldoif.'.,
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.' ,....ABOARD-See plan of the df i.o x ies.
ASHORE-Movies "O t of Theis Woi-', E.di ".. iac. e na L" ', ."
SAL'MA'' o TES 0 OCTOBER
"I .' ABOARD--See pln o the day for moVe_
'' --'"." ASHORE 'XX ilon", Alexander K 'ox ( Cobnre
S. *... nonritted by flies!X tEnFINESDAY, 2l .
could- be and 1. ABOARD--See plan oF the dtg for mo.iesL.
On the: .I side, DDI- klOls all1 ASHORE-Wi'.son' lexm c Knox, CdNavias Cohur .


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