Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 10
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20 Jnlr «. 1948 •Uicn City GUt«>Gki«iU. Mu«a City, U. Return From Coast Scarville—Clara and Valborg Nelson returned from a 2 weeks' trip to Seattle, Wash., where they were guests of Mrs. Ida Christianson on Beach Drive. They with several other friends formerly from Scaryille, were entertained at the homes of Mrs. Tena Thalle in Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hellie in Bremmerton, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Knudson in Tacoma, Wash. Band and orchestra instrument manufacturers use an electronic fault-finder to achieve tonal perfection. It's a real treat! . . . to eat IOWANA BRAND OLEOMARGARINE Vitamin Fortified • Healthful, Nourishing Decker's lowana Brand Oleomargarine is rich in flavor and vitamins. It's smooth and so easy to spread. Fine for cooking, baking ond frying and it is more economical too. Why not get a pound or two today, you will like it because it tastes so good. You will recognize it in the new package with the lowana Brand label. POLITICAL RINGSIDE Iowa Democrats Lay Plans for Campaign By GERALD BOGAN Iowa Daily Press Writer Des Moines, (IDPA) — Iowa democrats, stirred by President Truman's fighting speech in accepting the party's nomination Tor president, are laying plans for the fall campaign outwardly confident of victory, but privately wondering if their candidate can carry the state in November. The 32 delegates who represented Iowa in the Philadelphia convention are confident of one thing, however, they believe that former U. S. Senator Guy Gillette of Cherokee will beat Senator George Wilson this fall, thus giving the party an additional seat in the senate. Many delegates were disappointed that Gillette, who was to have been the Iowa delegation chairman, did not show up in Philadelphia. Many felt he could have "made more votes" and solidified the party by being in Philadelphia, because "these are the people who are going to be working for him this fall." There was a feeling among many leaders, however, that Gillette would draw more democratic votes than when he opposed Senator Bourke B. Hickenlooper in 1944. Some Doubt There was some doubt among democratic leaders, however, whether President Truman's dramatic call of a special session of congress for July 26 would help or hinder Gillette and congressional candidates this fall. They reasoned it this way: If Truman's plan works, and most of them consider it one of the most unique po- \J\Je an d (Clothe tne ire u r i &Le66l FARMERS BRING US YOUR EGGS Magic Washer Soap Powder 2 Pkgs ____ 59C Hiland POTATO CHIPS lOc - 20c LIFE GINGERALE Large Bottle lOc HIRES ROOT BEER 6 Bottles 25C KOOL-AID for 25c Strained Baby Food Each IBreeze, 29c A Good Selection of Steaks, Roasts, Chops and Poultry LAKE MILLS PEAS Cans. . . 29c of 24... $2*25 SKINLESS WIENERS Ib. 49 SIRLOIN STEAK BUTTER. NUT COFFEE 2 cT." 99c Ib. 69 ^/^r/^^/^^^ CABBAGE Ib. 5c 4 APTE | GR. 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If the president succeeds in putting the republican congress "on the spot" on such issues as price control, housing, and civil rights and they, the republicans, fail to live up to promises made in their platform, then the democrats would be in a better position in the November campaign. But, should the republicans enact such legislation, or measures with "riders" which the president would be forced to sign, then the strategy would fail and all candidates on the democratic ticket will suffer. However, Iowa democratic leaders feel that the president is taking the only course and is "putting all his eggs in one basket," with the hope that political fortune will smile their way come November. There was a general feeling of defeatism among' all delegates, including those from Iowa, until the president spoke. And they hoped his fighting words would spur the party workers to victory in the fall. Has Best Chance Public opinion polls thus far show that Gillette has the best chance of any democratic candidate in Iowa, including the president. But'the strong civil rights plank is expected to help all democratic candidates in Iowa this fall. * * * Iowa democrats didn't have the voice in their national convention as did the republicans. The democratic convention was "controlled" and delegates "waited for the word from the top" before they moved. Not so with the Iowa republicans, who were visited daily by GOP candidates or their workers in an effort to swing them to their camps. There was a general feeling among Iowa democrats that what they had to say in national party circles wasn't important. Reverse Situation That situation, at least this year, was the reverse of ordinary party procedure. Generally it is the GOP party that is controlled, such as the 1944 convention in Chicago and the democratic convention is "free and open." But this year, the democratic nomination was "dictated from above," and most of the delegates waited "for the word," because they didn't have any other choice. The attempts to line up behind Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who didn't want it, Justice William O. Douglas, who didn't want it and wouldn' t be a 2nd place man, or Senator Claude Pepper of Florida, who couldn't get it, failed. They failed because there was no concerted organization and many delegates felt they should continue to support Truman. * * * When the Iowa delegation did vote on the floor of the convention, it usually was right. The lowans supported Truman and Senator Alben Barkley, they supported the strong civil rights program—this against the organization vote—against states rights, which was a minority platform drive by southern democrats, and against the seating of the anti- Truman Mississippi delegation, which was seated despite protest from many large northern states. 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