THE PRESIDENCY: Down from the Mountains

Last week President Eisenhower went back to Denver from his vacation-within-a-vacation at Aksel Nielsen's rustic camp (TIME, Sept. 7), and resumed his schedule of work & play. The President was refreshed and jaunty after a week in the air-cooled Rockies, although his bruised elbow had cut into his fishing (he did catch the biggest fish of the week, a 15⅜ in., 1¼ lb. rainbow trout). On his return to Denver, Ike hardly had time to greet the First Lady and Mrs. Doud before he was engulfed in affairs of state. Robert Cutler, chairman of...

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