The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1950
Page 6
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FACT SIX BLTTHBVTLLE; ' COURIER NEWS THUTISDAT, JUNE Navy Moves Swiftly to Put Together Task Force ! By LEIF tXICKSON I '•' PEARL HARBOR, June 39. (ITl— I Th« N»i7 hM moved swiftly to put ! together a Kcond hard-hitting Pa| clfle task force to enforce stiffening 1 American policy »«»lnst Commun- j ist aggression in the Far East. < The existing Seventh Task Fleet ] Immediately prepared to carry out i President Truman's orders to dei fend Pormosn, Chinese Nationalist ' stronghold, from Red Invasion, \ The 20-ship Seventh, spearheaded I by the 27,000-ton aircraft carrier ; Valley Forge, was transferred to j the operational command of Gen! eral MacArthur, chief of all U.S. j forces In the Far East. Some of its i units quickly sailed from Hong 'Kong, presumably for Formosan waters. The Valley Fc-ge was in Hong' Kong last week. Pacific fleet headquarters said the 27.000-ton carrier Philippine Sea will be the nucleus for the new task force which will be based on Pearl Harbor. Like the Valley Forge, she will carry the Navy's potent new Grumman Panther Jet fighters. Can Do Lour it a nice Job* The Philippine Sea task force will Include two cruisers, a squadron of destroyers and a full seatrnln of supply ships, to permit long-range missions possible If necessary. A Pacific fleet spokesman said the new force, probably to be commanded by Rear Adm. Walter F. Boone, will closely support the Seventh Fleet. The Seventh's public Information officer In Manila declined to say whether any ships of the fleet already had sailed for Formosan waters. Hong Kong rci»rls said, however, that three of four Seventh units there — the destroyers Moore and Maddock *nd the .cubmuln* O»b«- zon—sailed Tuesday. Th» destroyer Wanluck w»s reported th« only Seventh flat «hlp remaining. Asked wher» they were bound, one high American minority In Hong Kong replied: "Re»d your morning pairers, that should give you an Idea." This Indicated Formosa. I.lkc WW II T»sk Forew The fleet's primary base Is Guam but Sublc Bay and Sanglcy Point, In the Philippines afford forward support facilities. Vice Adm. Arthur D. struble. commander of the Seventh, sped westward from Honolulu yesterday by plane to rejoin his fleet of more than 20 ships. He had been In Washington for conferences when the Communist Invasion ot south Korea precipitated the Par Eastern crisis. Patterned after the fast carrier task forces of the last war, his licet Includes. In addition to the Valley Forge, heavy cruiser Rochester, the flagship; destroyers, destroyer escorts and submarines. Slnible has been under MacArthurs command before. He was amphibious commander for landing troops In the invasions of Lcyte, MIndoro and Luzon In the Philip- pine* campaign. The Pacific fleet spokesman aald Panther Jet aquadrona training in the San Diego, Calif., area are ready for operation! aboard 'the Philippine Sea. The carrier is at Long Beach, Calif. Panther Jet» went Into the J»»- ciflo on regular carrier duty for the first time when the Valley forte became the No. I craft of the Seventh Fleet in May. Boone had temporary command of the Seventh until Btriible took over. He returned from the orient when the 27,000-ton carrier Boxer was replaced by the Valley Forge. The Navy announced In Washing- Ion yesterday that the Boxer will be kept In operating condition pending Far Eastern developments. Now at San Diego, she had been scheduled for overhaul. Bacon for Lunch Bacon Joins noodles for a lunch or dinnertime main dish. Panbroil bacon slices, remove and measure 2 tablespoons of rich drippings back Into the pan. Add creamed cooked noodles and cook, stirring occasionally, until the mixture Is brown. To serve, center a chop plate with the browned nooaies and surround with the golden bacon strips. For Summer A fruit plate surrounded by cold meat slice* makes a summer meal. 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