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4E THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1998 M SL In the Solomons, 6 we lived for the next ham sandwich' ? 1 Pacific Ocean Bougainville Island 7 Asia ., W' Pacific Xjjj Ocean Miles -Australia Solomon Islands CV Choiseul lsland Santa Isabel 7 Island For Keresey after the war, there was marriage, four kids and nine grandchildren. He spent 25 years with Exxon, usually loving it. "I never actually retired; I just gradually became unemployed. "Retirement was very difficult for me. I gradually began writing, which I'd done in college; it's what. I had wanted to do. But it took me a long while to get my skill back. It's like playing the piano; you don't practice for 50 years, it's not going to sound too good." It took Keresey about seven years of rewriting before he felt reasonably content about his manuscript. The last draft was accepted and published when Keresey was 80, complete with blurbs from Vice Admiral John Bulkeley, the hero of They Were Expendable, a John Ford movie about the PT-boat mission. Keresey has never gone back to the Solomons. The memories would overwhelm him, and, be Malaita Cylsland Florida d Solomon Sea RussellO Island, Island rv , Guadalcanal X lslandS i fiWr 1 -i in ii itf m Photo from 'PT 105' only boat capt?.in who didn't make a joke about r ly running aground, and he did hi.-i job so beautifully. He towed us towards dry dock, PT 105 ' From IE I thinks of how a young law student ' from Dartmouth ended up, first in Paris, then in the Solomons, fighting a war with the future president of the United States. Keresey's odyssey begins in 1937, a time he calls "the last good year," when he found a fifth-floor room in St. Germain des Pres. near Montparnasse, in Paris. Any average 18th-century Parisian could have walked into that room and felt at home. The only modern convenience was electricity. There was no central heat, no phone, and the water closet down the hall served eight people. "I bathed once a week," says Keresey. "I never noticed I smelled." . After that magical time, Kere-"sey went back to Dartmouth for his senior year, then to Columbia Law School. Much to his amazement, he found that he had a knack for it, and got on Law Review at the end of his first year. Then came a low number in the draft, so Kere-sey went into midshipman's school in September 1941. "I thought the Navy would be , more comfortable than the Army. I was wrong, but then, nothing i turned out the way I expected." ! Soon, he volunteered for ser-, vice on the new PT boats (PT for ; Patrol Torpedo), created specifi- cally for World War II and prompt-ly demobilized afterward. The ,' Navy devised the boats after prod-; ding from Douglas MacArthur, who thought that a large number ' of them might be able to temporar-! ily take the place of battleships, I which took a long time to build. The squadron's executive cer turned out to be actor Robert Chow time in the crew's quarters was hot and crowded but filled with laughter, writes Dick Keresey in PT 105. sides, he lost friends there. In Keresey's apartment is his current reading Shakespeare's comedies, a book on bridge and a volume by one of his professors in Paris autographed to Keresey more than 60 years ago that he's rereading to refresh his memory of that last good year. He's working on a book about that time, you see, a year when Hitler seemed a cartoon, when French insularity seemed to provide all the protection any nation could need. In conversation, Keresey returns over and over again to the SEAN TEVISStaff Artist ite sayings was, 'Shafted again.' I just called him Jack. He was a first-class officer, with all the courage in the world." PT 109 was destroyed when it was cut in half by a Japanese destroyer, leading to the legend of Kennedy's personal heroism in helping to save his crew despite his own injuries. It has also led to retroactive criticism of his naval abilities for getting nailed in the first place, criticism Keresey says is totally unjustified. "Any PT captain could tell you it was easy to get rammed by a Jap destroyer. The water in the Solomons was phosphorescent; at night, it glowed with sea animals, and we learned the hard way that the faster you went at night, the more light you reflected and the ' easier you were to spot. The best way to attack was at a slow speed, with as little wake as possible, which in turn made it easier to get hit. PT 109 getting cut in half was precisely the sort of thing that could happen." Keresey was in the Solomons from April 1943 to February 1944. By the time he left, there were 150 PT boats cruising gnat-like across the glowing waters. It was a then cut the lines so we just drifted right in. It was a great piece of boat-handling." After that, Keresey and Kennedy ran into each other frequently, on- and off-duty. Keresey remembers when he proposed that PT boats rescue Marines trapped on another island. One of the boats assigned to the task was PT 109. When Kennedy arrived to see the man he had pulled off a reef just a few weeks before, his first comment was, "What are you doing here?" "Never mind that," snapped Keresey, "we have to haul ass up the coast." Keresey began spewing orders, and Kennedy began carrying them out. It was at that point that Keresey realized he was ordering around his superior. Kennedy was carrying two stripes, Keresey only one and a half, but that didn't matter to Kennedy. "This was typical of him," says Keresey. "He knew that at that moment, I knew more than he did. "He was a man of courage, the kind of captain I wanted to see off my side on patrol. He'd stick with you all the way down to the death if he had to. And Jack was good company; a great sense of humor, laughed at all my jokes. He was very popular; the men respected him. I remember they called him 'Shafty,' because one of his favor- deck because it was too stifling below, at least until the daily 2 a.m. rain. Coastal areas were ripe breeding grounds for malaria, dysentery and all manner of fungal infections. Food was standard issue: C-rations and Spam, powdered milk, powdered eggs, dehydrated potatoes. Awful, awful stuff. As if that wasn't bad enough, women were more than scarce; they were nonexistent. "I didn't see a woman for 11 months," says Keresey glumly. "The natives kept the women up in the hills." Taking the place of human contact was a pet cockroach. It would come out in Keresey's cabin in the middle of the night, stand on its hind legs and wag its feelers. Keresey would push a crumb across the table, the cockroach would grab it and run. Friends are hard to come by in a war. It was only a question of time until the captain of PT 105 met the captain of PT 109. "I met Jack on the beach at Guadalcanal. He hauled me off a reef I had run aground on. It was a marked reef, and I thought I was sure to end up as a laundry officer, except the laundry officer had already run the ship aground on another reef. Anyway, our screws were mangled, so Jack towed us back to the harbor. "I remember two things about that first meeting: He was the were terrible. The torpedoes were World War I vintage and would explode half of the time. As for the Solomons, it was the kind of Godforsaken place important only in wartime. About 3,000 miles south of Japan and 600 miles northeast of Australia, it consisted of a dozen large, mountainous, primitive coral islands with hundreds of smaller atolls. The standoffish natives preferred America to Japan but weren't about to get involved in someone else's war. Japan wanted to invade Australia, and the Solomons were adjacent to the shipping lanes. Failing an invasion, which never happened, the Japanese objective became to intercept supply routes. It was the job of the PT boats to make sure that didn't happen. "We fired a lot of torpedoes, but we seldom hit anything," says Keresey. "The Jap destroyers could move faster than our torpedoes, and they were first-class ships and first-class sailors. The main thing we did was to harass them, keep them off-balance." PT boats were fast and tough, superb for search and rescue. They could carry a crew of up to 15. They were 80 feet long, 20 feet wide and could do 42 knots, fast for a 50-ton boat. But the conditions were horrible. There was suffocating heat PT boat crews had to sleep on war. jack Kennedy always had time for his PT-boat buddies, going out of his way to stay in touch, inviting them over to the White House, and Keresey understands that bond. It was the most intense experience of all their lives. But Keresey likes to talk about it only up to a point. He shies away from talking about the man who died standing next to him; he doesn't like to talk about the man who died because he offered water to Japanese prisoners; he doesn't even like to talk about his old comrade who died because he was in a motorcade in Dallas. , When you get to be Dick Keresey's age, you learn that men die, and you don't dwell on it. "When it comes to individual survival," says the wise old soldier, "luck outranks skill, experience and cowardice." .' Montgomery, who Keresey re-I members as a lot of fun. "What was astounding for an actor was .that he could not stand crowds, not I at all. He would not go into the J Brooklyn Naval Yard. I liked Bob; ; lie went with us on our commis- Sion voyage all the way down to Panama, where he got sick. He I was 36 or 37, way too old for PT ; boats; anybody past 25 was too old I for PT boats. It was exhausting; 'you were always bending and . twisting and climbing." I .' When Keresey arrived in the ' Solomons, he found about two i dozen PT boats and not much else. J The maps came out of National I Geographic, and the marine charts . moment-by-moment life. "We lived for the next ham sandwich. I didn't think I was going to get through it, really. We never thought about what we'd do after the war, and we never talked about next year or the next day. It was bad luck. I never heard Jack Kennedy talk about the future either." Theaters today PARALEGAL a 'Ti U.S. Marshals (PG-13), 1:20,3:50. 7:10. 10.05 I . 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