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: November 16, 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: VID00036
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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in the making for Nov. .. with
Olin Tice gathering his gags for
the occasion.
Since so many of the male
singers are having trouble finding
quartetts, Tice has opened the
contest to duets, trios or quar-
tets. Anyone who has been per-
forming in the barracks is wel-
comen to enter. Nov. 22 has been
set as deadline for the entry of
the singers. A $40 cash prize will
be awarded to the best of the
Barber i singers.
The Truth or Consequences
theme will again ..- *. ;ith the
new stunts and Janish
and his orchestra in pro
vide the music.
In past Smokers the Truth or
Consequence fun has been well
received by the audience and Tiee
is cookin-g up some more horse
Splay for all those who want to
-take part or just watch the
doings.


PRACTICE -uth a'- h-ho n in tile :i)ve iliol' '. ltl i -i i*. ..
Iake,- the Vel'o Crna-h Crew a.lert ia d elli ltcni. :,'J'-4 4 .

Warning To Sailor '1- Wili 4;'pud *I'1 240 Ships ~n udC
Slav Out of (lor 1o- i tiili.i ut 'Macik i(r;
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New York (CNS it's
a vision of things to come in the
beautiful post-war world and
Maybe it isn't; anyway, there's a
new musical instrument on the
Market with a keyboard like that
of a typewriter. Called
tune," it has 32 notes, weight 5
r!ti.i pounds, is finished in red or
green, and costs
Sdelivery char'ees."


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..,.ti i 4 t I. I. ,, ",..,,e aI-eage-. .o- 't.i : he The average round trip count-
her .,. A. '._L tr..u.n li. ip a i .~-tlen ing yard repairs and delays will
. u.. I ,, , .. . re be two months.
al Estimates are for 109,000 serv-
i'- ii iiin .'. t.' iLn- '-li) i t' i ir ;- icemen to leave forward areas in
S. ol' .Ii .-h- .a. taid .. ., .' ..ige October and 75,000 to disembark
"Cut I a''' i;. ..I :1,, . -, an, in the U. S. In November 172,000
..- r..'" t,- ,',,,, t th r''. ; . i. .: 'la- are scheduled to depart and 141,-
"B at.-e i- i ir.ni 2 :; : -.. i.,u .' ', .. S. 000 to arrive. December figures
!.. Itk,. l in a .,n.) .1 -, ,,., :. ,. :. L os are 187,000 departures, 180,000
S.v't g ni the ke. e t t !. .lir. 't -, .. t .. .\ .. . ... '' tihe arrivals, and in January 187,000
; I'.. .-' i : ... : : .:.t .t '- ..:-blei .' debark and arrive .
T' .i'!; g.t oi a t',, tpraini oe :'.'--i' ".it .,n1 .l t.n 1 V': . .-... .. :... Ind thousands more, including more
I.,v .-tak 'J.ne '.t :ex: ed ant i i'' i-: .i ,,.I . .., ,.' in than 10,000 men en route to the
,i e l ..ft Im .',,.di.itelyf. The oth- T- .. e pr.l, .. r . in East Coast, are ,. -, ..on com-
S- '. i n.i. a d >-..litc-. :d ' .- i -..,:i '- . ,ion batant ships being redeployed.


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mis-ions for

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'.. 'i, ll- . -, .. ... .. must have bee un-
I' , t i ,'t .. .-.. - . . , .. dishonorable conditions.
TI11 P i' li i, it.., i-io i.; tr. : by every A..':. I this Weap- imot of us it can be seen even cases will be admitted according
'.l tlit .t- :i?.l ic'rgedi and wielded I ,.'-l ,tat it may more clearly in the service that to the urgency of the co 'dirion
iI 'ver 1i t: ni-ed l tirii--,-t.i'l'.- nor . to 1.'a' and undue wheererer is taught, .. -
S ,i'id." ,and infused so that it deals in a ,
meaninHgful way with our needs, ua f, .of
I I't-bil"-" P..,t,-Gazette:"In "I...-i..'t with the austere relationships, problems, o.
t-elaotiplosp pioblutm '
ttl-'itb.lti ,t the :-'\vieces, the American .':- I be- jobs, hopes and ambitions, ets. t '' :
3tOv tJhel' il;hiti'. t 'well tow n on a Nvy which did what that there is a wide and sincere '
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on the 1. teaching of4 it is in the hands of Law 416, approved 3 July 1941
we resolved to iimproper)ly trained, narrow ,. ; i, extends the tnx protection
:ure and 1 i ed, .'. whoj provided on incomes b\ the oarli-
our wars .: scarcely know what is alli er law, to include personal prop-
. always has about, religion and erty. Some states have taxed tan
| gible personal property of men
i If the Christian teaching is who were temporarily in those
Known true, people who follow it have a states on 'uty. Thus ser-
t', cured tremendous .'. to serve vicemen have at times been sub
m h moderate and God in ways and ... ejected to personal property taxes
St" and i, leaders have an . ', the same property in more
three weeks, Igreater one to show them *' . one state in the same year b\
S of these in- they have a reason to get . .. of being moved under
and .7 per-' work for God as well as ... .. orders. The above can-
Him. not benedone under the new la.'


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Crash went A.i .!i its repertoire for the camera. ;I i.
left the Swamp 1;u.1.. -d,'!!- I ;..,.!- h Iii..t' grass. Upper right
the Fire Crew is in action on a ,.u-r:'. -- plane set .,t', for the
occasion. Left center a i -11.d Nr, ,,i of 'i'. -h ri w *!- ': r.'i


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of the Weasel in action in the swamps. tLower left is the Weasel
getting about. very nicely in the water. Ic-omer right shows the
Crash Crew making haste to get under way at the sound of the
gong. The Vero Crash Cren is versatile and efficient.


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"PAG FOUR Tt .L' CCA.NEER ;,; ,OVEM'ER 1945

STATION RID) TE..iEAI PRACTICE STATION IN TIE
WITH SANFOR

FOR LEAD

.., .,ji:'., battled Sanford
., i. I. "! '. it the station
'I afternoon. The
u. ue to time limit.
Tic, ,_ ... i-.'' m..n S o ero and Sanford
~ p *.: ue title among
~" j.- -ri .. .... .. air stations. A
.. i !: ;. i .. to be held with-
S . . . ermine the

Sr\. .- e defeat at the
'. ... ord team at
S" i. i Vero was with-
,,r ti,, -.. f regular short-
S . . ... : ,. .. a full lineup
!. ...: .....-. Sm ith toss-
S. -., s home grounds,
. ,. . even matters
: : and take over
:.pe .- '. .tj session of the
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i ... .. .. Vero defeat-
!i S pr' i ce for Ie ati ,L ;!.I.'! [,- '.r -. i', th '.d. '- i. ,, ...,. on the latter's
a.piranl i il p:i I ('of he daii j ii wkout. *l '.. nlir I-..: .. Smith allowed
S_' .. Vero batters
TNa y oF Civilin, Li o Offerd Vero Meels Miami In 'i ier.
*'*a .j.Touch Football Game agai comin
epttearatee s h.% CIZUSH P&uIblic antionl _ame. The lone
M .,[I he game came
S.. 7 7,. ' t. 1 ...l i i.., i ;, event inning.
-t1 t ) A: 1, t 'tl ". r, ., tu .'" .. ':r ' ,,- -. ". -' ahe m measure of
it D .-. t i L t A L .. .. A I '' , Ai' l t -. I .. ,- '"'' l, l- Al, ',' at. L'- '..:., t. t e second
IrN. S- Jiiste.'.m oi ffi. ia I l,."l : '. ,,'' .2-, h- A ,- : : .." ,' ., 1 again hurled
SI t r Il m f A '' nil 1i i .aiC ,, :v I I .. 1 ,1- ie the one run
t h -6.

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C r ,n t .--T rplus Property
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-A t h, ' nations benefit-
S. .' '. i .' .. '' ,. 1 .' i ,- ,, :1 veteran s.
S,-,, ..- .. e h 1, .. n.'_, -' 1 A '( i
.-' .'. ,A ' ,' .,. ,,en elim inated
. limits s on each
1 ... i-- ..l ished by the
N "-". concerned with
..l; 'Smaller War

i. T :i ,ow purchase
SI ..n I ,, preference for
--- and may ob-
T '- '.. ran ' .. e agen-
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k.. .A I,. F, .. quired in their
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Ta Ttr.,ol--. n.irl, ... ... -- ,." commemorative
ITh.1e-0- I i, now on5 sale.
A 'It' tha,, Ft ?'-'''leht. 1 .t ,n,d.-. ....,
i T .1 i'.' l tf I I i- I. : T _e my seat sev
,- --A h '.,l... t _ovies."

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1i NOVEMBER 1.-45

Navy Would Train Youths

Under Pres. Truman Plan

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S .. ALNAV 348 does NOT
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S ALNAV will serve to
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S quire COs to show cause
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Season why COs couldn't
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- '388 enlisted men 44,
Seas and 18,959 in the
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.-All ships and stations
authorized to resume
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S e war began on Nav
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Any Amount
Amount of National Servic
Life Insurance One May Carry:
The insured may carry National
1Sevice Life Ilisurane in any
multiple of $500 as long as it is
uot less than $1000 or more than
0000. (' : No one may
array at one time a combined
uimoaunt of National Service Li-I
insurance and Un:ited States Gov-
ernment Life insu:'iirance in excess
e.I $01,00R.)
He is free at ay time to either
reduce or increase the amount
he is carrying within the above
imit. This to both ternl
and perma'neit insurance.
To make a ciinge i ih


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Life
Life C'
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. d insurance val-
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feet one year .


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of the Veterans;
Washington 25, |
ic. e Form 358, At
sured has 3 coun-

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diamns 'from t!hi:
:atni he chooses at
age he has then;

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to the ortaiinal
f the tel:i in,,ur--
is it doesnI't 'ate
ha), and base !}s
on the age lhe
'ok oui t he leri :

Procedure
Suppose a mn'a.
--iuranc* w'hlie: he;
age for which IeO
of 65c nionth
is now 25 years;
i decided to cUn-
e chooses the 20, -
lun. (This
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tie plans.) lie
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* '* ,, | and continue at the low-rate d pre-
By thi,_s single payment, he crc-
S. lo Page 5) ats a 4 years' reserve value to
S rc value, ori hi policy. After that he will have
; ese :ale, apply to pay Only the regular ,
d insurance. It due for age 21 for th
reserve value.o yea', when the 20 payments will
r, he ('o:: pleted.
s. After ihe in- e. Instead of back" all
Sthe way to the original date of
person in active the term insurance, he can choose
ran) as t ay- a datte on which a premium was
et by th pay ue between the original date of
)1 preniuis ior e ter policy and the time h
.... without py oonverts. Payment oi the in-
o f te tree creased pren-iums covering the
ny ob te three ap od ust be m0ade at1
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amount, the iiulred should write
to th"e Diector of Insurance, COn-
tral Office, Veteran? AdmiiN s-
traion, Wahington 25, D. .,
.':u:nce desired. The regular pay-
nieiitt of p 'eniumis should contin-
ue in the w ea.ntI1e..
(1 o4tint aee of Natioal SIerv-
ice Life I insurance C
( rnted Grati tously: Persons
who were granted "g'ratuitois
National Service Life Insurance
for total incurred on or
aiter OctoLer S, 1940, and befor-
ApiHi 20, 1942, had only until six
months after total Cnd-
ed or until September 3U, 19453
*dhic:iever was earlier, to apply
foir a coinlnuaicee of insurance
and \:-aver o' premiums if they
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... .,.:. : .... .'- .-, ... :-.' i ABOARD- See plan of the day for movies
..':. :,. S,,l. it'- ., ... . '.. ASH(.I I:-..,7 .., in the Desert" Helmut Dantine Philip Dorn
., .: . | ,., _... , ., i ,,u l i. ,_'. l ,. I. I L :.- I "> 2 8 , -, -.r
;. .i ABOARD-See plan of the day for movies.
.. ASHORE-Matinee only: I ..- ,. in the Lesert" - "Bond
','. .- .I. d.nt,- .. Premier" featuring "Week End at the i Admision by
,l.,,i'-L,-: ',.- ran r.,.o ,, .. ,. A dm mission
.. .. in toa (nI ,.:. in ... Service: bond purchase only
of our chiefs is so dumb' : c
S:.i..t even the other chiefs have '. . .s .--. o
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!.' 11 -. ... : : :' "What would you do if I triedI Juvenile delinquency is when
.' a'a'. to kiss you," he asked heavily. kids start acting like their par-
S0t t. ;,0e rhI,:ef- ,,r the nL A "Yell for father," she quickly1 ents.
....... retorted.
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.. He sprang away and gulped They called her Vi.lae Qee
...- 'U ,"t -.." i.'t t :- an nervously. "I though your father because every poker player in
.,. i .... "lt, I -.1.1 L .- .-l, was. out of town' town had held her.
',., I i .i i ;, right, he is," she sweet-

- Once upon a time there was a
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.* .,.., :,.. ,. I. -. . in the dark. ceed, cry, cry again. from heaven.


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I'Tl RfSDi.\\. 15 November
ABOARD- -"A .i. of Death" John Loder -- Audrey Long
AS.HuKI:--"When .......- Marry" and *'I From Ark..
I'l: IA \Y, 16 November
A,,FLO.AI- ---t,' (- C. t,---i .i Lon I.: Brenda Joyce
ASHORE--"Back to ir;'....,.' and '..- i, '.. in Dance for
enlisted personnel at Service Center 2030
?.A[TL' 'i.\V, 17 November
ABOARD- .-' ., "i. 'Main" Paul Henreid Maureen O'Hara
'HO,.t: -"Back to Bataan" and "Springtime in Texas"
L1. NIIA', 18 November
AL,'' :.-l,-Church Services: (:a !..,!,. in station auditorium at 0900 -
r..t,:-. -a,t in Chapel at 1100 Movies: 1 ., & 2045:

.:-.li',:rFI---"The Corn is (,-..- Bette Davis John I '
1(N0!'.\1', 19 November
S.T, \ :D--Movies at 1400 only: "She Went to the Races" James
'-.;Pr Frances Gifford USO Camp -4i:,, 1830 2030 on stage
S:-I iF''1 -"The Corn is ; :.' Bette Davis John Dall
TUESDAY, 20 November
ABOARD-- P.-'.. '.; .. I : ...,!' Constance Bennett Gracie Fields
ASHORE-"The Song of Bernadette" Jennifer Jones Chas. Bickford
'\ 1: i~"- 1-:S!1AY, 21 November
ABOARD-"Paris Underground" Constance Bennett Gracie Fields
ASHORE-"The Song of Bernadette" Jennifer Jones Chas. Bickford
T1'; R.,1IAY, 22 November
ABOARD-"The Senorita from the West" Allan Jones Bonita
Granville
ASHORE-"Adventures of ,' O'Day" and "'.i and Vine"
FRIDAY, 23 November
AB'OARD-"Lawless Empire" Charles Starrett Tex I: i.,
ASHORE-"Brewster's Millions" and "Lone - i : .. -. Dance
for enlisted personnel at Service -. 2030
SATURDAY, 24 November
ABOARD-"And Then There Were None" -.- : -. .
Walter Huston
A -. :- r -- .. . .' and "Lone Texas -
'i ,'s 25 ... ,-,I..-+ ,'
ABOARD-Church '- ..- Catholic in station auditorium at 0900 -
Protestant in the Chapel at 1100 Movies 1815-2045; "Ard Then
There Were None"
.. i 3RE-- .- . in Connecticut" Barbara D e Den-
nis Morgan




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