Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 10, 1974 · Page 19
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 19

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, July 10, 1974
Page 19
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Wednesday, July TO, 1974 Ukiah Daily Journal, Uklah Calif.—19 s for Peace' reminiscent of Eisenhower's 'Crusade' By STEWART HENSLEY WASHINGTON (UPI) President Nixon's "Journeys for Peace," which he says he intends to continue, inevitably bring to mind the late DwightD. Eisenhower's 100,000-mile "Crusade for Peace" which he undertook to five continents during the last two years of his incumbency. The stated objectives have been virtually identical. Nixon obviously believes that his travels abroad, talks to alien audiences and meetings with foreign leaders will help improve the chances for world peace and stability. Eisenhower had much the same idea. Although not too enthusiastic when he set out in 1950, the General finally came to believe that his visits to a multitude of countries abroad in the twilight of his second term had done much to convince those in other lands of America's peaceful intentions and goodwill. But there the similarities end, except that both men have had setbacks they' had not anticipated. The shooting down of a U.S. spy plane over the center of Russia blew up the plan for the big four summit conference in May 1960 and caused Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to cancel an invitation to Eisenhower to visit Moscow. And a projected visit to Japan later that year was called off when the Japanese cabinet' "disin- vited" Eisenhower because communist-inspired rioting students made it impossible to guarantee his safety. Nixon's acknowledged diplomatic triumphs in his first term have been tarnished in the eyes of many by his domestic problems in connection with the Watergate case and other related aberrations of his administration. It is an article Of faith among Nixon's critics that the President's latest Moscow trip, as well as, any future odysseys abroad, are designed primarily to divert attention from Watergate and other troubles at, home, such as inflation and a drifting , economy which his experts seem unable to cope with. That undoubtably is an element motivating his,foreign adventures. However, it would be wrong to believe .that Nixon is not devoting every effort to try to' solidify and add to the successes he has achieved in foreign policy. He is obviously sincere in wanting to increase world stability and at the same time will not be unhappy if success abroad .dims the horrors at home. Eisenhower undertook his. lengthy trips in his role as "father figure" and war hero, to climax eight years of relative peace and prosperity and set the foreign stage for the next President,, whom lie hoped would be<a Republican. Eisenhower came to believe that he was indeed a catalyst of peace, although it is doubtful that he fully subscribed, to the banner-emblazoned "Hail Prince of Peace" which was strung across a New Delhi street where a million and half Indians mobbed him. If he escapes impeachment and conviction, Nixon's foreign achievements may well dim the remembrance of his domestic troubles. Family Size 10 lb. 11 dz. jm COOKIES All Varieties ananx or biiced BOLOGNA GROUND BEEF 15V2 oz. 79 79 GROUND BEEF 1 ROUND STEAK $ 1 BEEF LIVER HALF A BEEFU }^ Hunts lb TOMATO SAUCE 8 oz. 10/9 FRESH PRODUCE SHOW-OFF —Linda Lovelace, controversial star of many erotic films, shocked the aristocracy attending England's Royal Ascot races, when she showed up wearing a completely see-through lace ensemble. PORAC offers defense fund to members A gigantic forward step in the field of professionalization of law enforcement officers has been taken by the Peace Officers' Research Association of California (PORAC) in offering a legal defense fund to The members of PORAC, it has been . announced by Bill Bean, state president of the group. PORAC is a statewide association of California law enforcement agencies with over 17,000 members representing 215 peace officer associations. In setting up the legal defense program; PORAC became the first statewide California law enforcement membership group to offer such a plan. According to informed sources the program will prove a boon to lawmen. The aim of the program is to give coverage for peace officers in legal problems not covered by a city or county and to establish a pre-paid fund to contract for legal service coverage, it was further announced. "The pact guarantees' an attorney will be available at a moment's notice," Bean further stated. "The attorney will appear for and, if necessary, defend any lawman who has subscribed to the legal defense fund." "The cause can be any civil, criminal or departmental ac-. tion brought against the officer arising out of and in the course and scope of his employment," Bean said. PORAC is a leader in bringing about legislation for better retirement benefits, general welfare and working conditions for California lawmen. • A. •I Large-Juicy PEACHES Firm-Ripe ITOMATOE: Iceberg LETTUCE lb. WATERMELONS 10?b PEANUT BUTTER 2 lb. 4 oz. CHERRYS 49 PINTO Red FROZEN FOOP1 Mexican Dinners patio AN varieties 49 C LOfflOnadO Bonnie Hubbard 6 oz. 7/^1^ OranQe JlliCO Bonnie Hubbard 6 oz. Maraarlno Mrs - Fi|bert Mb. Tub 49 C Kraft 9 Mikt American Choosi individually wrapped ' LayOr CakeS Pepperidge Farm Three Flavors I FAIR ACRESl Green Beans 5/ $ l°° Chapped Spinach 5/*l" Mixed Vegetables 5/*l°° Green Peas 5/'l" Leaf Spinach 5/*l 00 Cut Green Beans 5/'1°* lb. lb. Baby Lima Beans 5/ $ l°° Tease MUSHROOMS FINE CANNED GOOD! 4 OZ. 4/89' SWEET PEAS Bonnie Hubbard No. 303 *AMU Whole Kernal m t<maa CORN Bonnie Hubbard or Cream No. 303 4 /1 r 2tfc OR APE A GRAPEFRUIT Tang 12 oz . 69 c \ NI-C IEMON LIME 4 6 0 z 4/ $ l°° PEACHES Park or Wellman ^atveT No. 2>/ 2 2/89* ^PINEAPPLE CHUNKS Monarch 15 oz. 4/89' ^Mandarin _ , # _ AA *ORANOE SEOMENTS Minkado n oz . 4/ $ l°° ASPARAGUS Dew-Drop No. 300 COLO POWER King Size $ 1* 5 1PET FOOD! Purina Loving Spoonfuls TUNA-CHICKEN-KIDNEY 12% oz. can 4/ $ l°° 18 oz. Pkg. 11 oz. MEOW MIX Purina TUNA AND SEAFOOD 6 oz Pkg DINNER MIX Purina 12 oz. BISQUITS Milk Bone 72 oz. VALUABLE COUPON ^TOMATO JUKE $149/ O^FRUIT COCKTAIL SSffi ^ff*3/89 e Cock of The Walk 12 oz. Can 7/*l 00 BEANS Ranch Style 23 oz. 45 c HEARTS OF ARTICHOKES Maria isoz 49 f STEWED TOMATOES Sweet May No 303 3/89* SPINACH Tip-Top No. 303 4/89* 22 fl. oz (1 pt. 6fl. oz.) GIANT SIZE CHB STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 ibs. 99 C APRICOT-PINEAPPLE 2 ibs. 89 C GRAPE JELLY j 75 C r- j/ CHB 4/$ioo ¥^ 6/i ^MAYONNAISE Z iqt. Jar ^ FOOD DEPOT, Broken SPAGHETTI AND MACARONI 10 lb. Box Prices, Effective Wednesday Oth thru Tuesday Jul 1 1900 NORTH STATE STREET

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