Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 23, 1948
Page 12
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18 JnlT tt, IMS •at*n Cltjr Q1*kc-O*M*U, M**»n City, la. Inside Washington Beaten GOP Hopefuls See Brighter Future Special to Central Press Washington—The ashes of defeat may have a bitter taste for GOP Presidential Nominee Thomas E. Dewey's chief rivals—Senator Robert A. Taft, Harold E. Stassen and Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg. •However, with the GOP united after the Dewey blitz and all republicans agreed that the choice of California's Gov. Earl Warren for vice president is an excellent one, there is a brightening future for Taft, Stassen and Vandenberg. This is assuming, of course, that Dewey is victorious in November, which virtually all political experts view as a lead pipe cinch. Taft probably will remain the majority, policy leader in the senate. He will be a real star on the Dewey team. His Influence fn national affairs, already tremendous, should continue to grow. Stassen, the virie young man from Minnesota, who touched off the GOP convention's only spontaneous demonstration, is certain to be offered a high post. There is talk already that Stassen, who had a brilliant record as a World war II naval officer, may get the post of secretary of defense. Vandenberg, who made good his pledge not; to inspire any contrived "draft" for the presidential nomination, has indicated that he prefers to remain as senate foreign relations chairman whie Dewey's long-time adviser, John Foster Dulles, becomes secretary of state. /House GOP Leader Charles Halleck, who was ruled out as a vice presidential nominee, may be offered the postmaster generalship. Other loyal republicans will be rewarded in kind. . Return to Harmony? A republican landslide this November, sweeping the Dewey- Warren ticket and GOP congressional candidates into office, would treat the nation to a sight not seen since the very early days of the Truman administration—co-opera- tion between the white house and congress. Some Washington observers, who are cool toward the GOP, are willing to admit that political accord between the white house and capitol hill—even republican accord—would be better than the present bickering and name calling. They point out that now ,is the time for unity, and that a unity which includes some ideas and policies you don't like is better than none at all. Policy Makers and Dewey Only a few top state department policy makers .are worried that a republican victory in November will sweep them out. Most of them would not mind being retired inasmuch as they are working at a financial sacrifice. Men like Undersecretary Robert A. Lovett and Assistant Secretary Willard Thorp already have businesses of their own to which they would gladly return. Those highminded individuals who work for the state department because they believe in present policy are more assured now that both major GOP candidates are advocates of the bi-partisan policy as developed during and stnce the war. Secretary of Labor? Administration sources are frank to admit that one of the most important qualifications for a new secretary of labor is that he be a good political campaigner. In filling the post made vacant by the death of Labor Secretary Lewis Schwellenbach, President Truman naturally has his eye upon the 1948 political race. With the creation of an independent mediation service and removal of the United States employment service from the labor department, the job of administering that agency has dwindled almost to nothing. H o w e v e r, the administration wants a man of cabinet stature who can take to the speaking platforms and stump for the democratic ticket in 'the campaign ahead. The recommendations of the AFL and <CIO also have to be heard, thus complicating the task of filling the labor secretary's position. It is extremely difficult nowadays for the 2 big union organizations to agree on anything. NOW! YEUOW BLUE BOMHET IN 2 MINUIES FLAT! ^'°' ::,:-—* Yes! This famous Quality Margarine now comes in a "Yellow Quilr" Bag! '• ewe sower &ves NUTRITION i untry-sweet flavor! Fresh, delicate, delicious! For BLUB BONNET is made from choice produces of fine American farms; Proved nutrition ! Just three half-ounce pats of BLUB BONNET give as much Food-Energy as a medium lamb chop! As much Vitamin A as in three glasses of milk! OR as much Vitamin A as in 2 to 3 fresh eggs! Plus, Vitamin E and other food essentials! Real economy! But BLUE BONNET is so delicious, you'd want it if it cost twice as much! 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Decker U. S., Grade AA RIB BOIL . . Ib. Pure Pork SAUSAGE Ib. Sic 35c 39c 39c Decker's Skinless Wieners Pickle & Pimento Loaf Roast Pork Loaf Jellied Souse Macaroni Cheese Coarse Bologna Ib. Fresh Dressed SPRING FRYERS . . Ib. 53c Grade A Stewing and Bakinq HENS ....... lb.43c Corn Country Clover Crest BUTTER lb.73c ORANGE Crash BEER BY THE CASE Falstaff $2.79 Groin Belt. . . $2.98 LARGE 21 C BOTTLE (•&: Crystal SUGAR, 100 ibs. ? Quaker **ft« PACK-O-TENS AyC Best Foods FRENCH DRESSING, 8 ox.. . SANDWICH SPREAD and MAYONNAISE Pint ... 53c 8 oz. . . 31c Food City Always Has the Lowest Prices On Fruits and Vegetables — You Can Depend on the Quality California Elberta £« gift PEACHES 17-lb. Lug 9*O>7 Utah Bing CHERRIES 13-fb. Lug Large, Golden, Ripe BANANAS 2 Ibs. Special — California CANTALOUPE, 36 Size 2 for U. S." No. 1 Cobbler POTATOES. . 100-Ib. Bag Red Triumph POTATOES 100-Ib. Bag Special Sunkist ORANGES 2 dozen Washington APRICOTS 14-lb. Lug 39c One Pkg. 1< with one at regular prico for 'COLGATE'S FABULOUS NEW SUDS, WASHES EVERYTHING I WhiU Sp.cfal Pock Lasts!. COCA COLA NEW PACK CHERRIES No. 2 Can 25e Gallon Can $1.19 New Pack Green Giant PEAS, 2 Cans 24 Cans $4.59 Lake Mills, Tender, Sweet PEAS, in. $. 3 No. 2 Cans ** 24 Cans $1.99 ROYAL CROWN Hormel SPAM, Can 47c Hiawatha DILL PICKLES, Qt... 29C Chunking CHOP SUEY, No. 2 Can.. Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL, Tall Can 25C Pik-Nik Shoestring POTATOES, 2 Cans California APRiCOTS, Heavy Syrup, No. 2'/2 Can BREEZE, Pkg... 31c FROZEN FOODS Booth's Perch Fillets, Cello, Ib 27c Haddock Fillets, Ib.. . 39c BOOTH'S FROZEN PEAS FROZEN CORN Package 24c KARO SYRUP White, T/2-lb. Jar 19c Dark, 1 Vz-lb. Jar 1 8c FRESH DAILY HI LAND POTATO CHIPS lOc, 20c, 35c Size SALADA TEA Sic Pound HEADQUARTERS FOR STANDARD BRANDS PRODUCTS COMi IfiTBS—"V- IM * ?J«!?6m& MINUTES! LAMBS' Chase & Sanborn COFFEE, Ib 49c 2 Ibs 95c Tenderleaf TEA, Black, 1/2 Ib 59c Green, Vz Ib 49c 16 Bag Ctn 19c ROYAL PUDDINGS and TAPIOCA, 3 for 21 c ROYAL GELATIN, Ass'td. Flavors, 3 for 23c Fleischman (Nectar Dry) YEAST, 3 for lie SPECIAL OFFER WOODBURY SOAP 3 Cakes at Reg. « ^ Price—Extra Bar.... AV $5.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE SCOTCH TAPE Ideal For Every Use lOc 15c 25c PHONE 1210 FOOD^CITY Tut W/se 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL sro*?

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