HEART ATTACK VICTIMS
They Can and Do Come Back
As the possibility that President Eisenhower might run increased in speculative calculations last week, attention inevitably turned on other busy men who returned to their jobs after heart attacks. The value of these cases as precedents is limited by the fact that there is no job comparable to that of Chief Executive of the U.S.
AMONG the most robust of U.S. politicians is Mississippi's 74-year-old Governor Hugh White, who was stricken with coronary thrombosis in 1938, while serving his first term in office. (He was...