The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 11, 1959 · Page 3
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HOT AIR HOUSE — An air view of the Army's pentadome, rigged for display at Armed Forces Day observance at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. The "bubbles" are vinyl.coatcd nylon skins held up by nothing more than hot-air pressure from eleolrlc blowers at the base of the structures and are designed to be erected In one day by a crew of 10 men. California's Gov. Brown Eyes Position On Democrat Ticket News From The Rantoul Area By MRS. GALE GILBERT Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stevenson and daughter of Kansas City, Kas., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Stevenson. Mrs. Daisy George of Olathe, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Maloney and ' son of Ottawa were Sunday guests ' at the Merle Caylor home. Mrs. William Foster accompa- nied her sisters, Mrs. Laura Willis and Grace Powner to Kansas City Thursday afternoon to visit their sister, Mrs. Verna Blunk, who is a patient at Trinity Lutheran Hospital. She had surgery Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Foster of Exeter, Ontario Canada spent the weekend at the Elmer Caylor home. Other visitors Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Green of Hillsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Caylor of Overland Park. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Finch who have spent the winter with their daughter, Mrs. 0. K. Johnson in Ottawa, moved back' to their home here Sunday. Claim Arsonist Set Hutchinson Fires HUTCHINSON,. Kan. (AP) ^our fires at the Central Evan ;elical United Brethren church ast night were started by an ar sonist, firemen said. Firemen put out the blazes be ore much damage was done Three were started with papei and rags, and the fourth with matches thrown among Boy SScou supplies in a storage room. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops ItehHRelifeves Pain W«w Tack, N. Y. (Speeh!) —For the first time science has fonnd a new healing: substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. 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CASIDA Manager Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) - California's Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown is beginning to get some close attention as a possible 1960 Democratic vice presidential candidate. Brown's recent indications that he is beginning to take himself seriously in this connection have proved disturbing to some of the more active aspirants for the party's presidential nomination. They would like to annex California's hefty convention vote for themselves. If Brown can get divergent California Democratic factions behind him for a favorite son designation he will be nominally in the race for the presidential nomination himself. As long as he can keep the California delegation behind him, it won't be able to start a swing toward some major candidate for the top prize. In such a case Brown would be in a trading po- sition that might make him an attractive candidate for second place. With Brown keeping himself in the picture, presidential aspirants like Sens. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and Stuart Symington of Missouri have to be content with trying to build up second choice strength for themselves in California. Brown's possible availability for second place rests to a great extent on what happens to Kennedy. Both are Roman Catholics and no one expects the Democrats to nominate an all-Catholic ticket. If Kennedy fails to make the grade for the top nomination, however, Brown may benefit from the spreadng belief that one of his OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 faith has a much better chance of election now than Al Smith had in 1928. The religious issue has been explored publicly so thoroughly in the last couple of years that many Democrats now feel they would be inviting charges of bigotry if they didn't pick a Catholic on one end of their ticket. This is where Brown comes in. 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