THE PRESIDENCY: A Word to the Wives

One day last week. President Eisenhower entered Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Denver for his annual physical checkup, stayed overnight for the finish of laboratory tests and examinations. The doctors' verdict: "Very favorable.'' No detailed medical report was released, and one Army physician huffily refused to give details. Said he facetiously: "We found nothing wrong. You can say he does not have ingrown toenails.''

The President's spirits were as good as his health. Ike was whipping through each day's work in about two hours. In his free hours he slipped away to Cherry...

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