Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 2
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Ittfi PAMVA OAttf NEWS SUNDAY, FEBftUAfcY 15, 1959 I WANT TO LIVE' Beautiful but bitter Barbara Graham, played by Susan Hayward, keeps her young son's loy tiger with her through all her troubles in "I Want To Live!" opening today at the LaNora Theatre. Her downward path from shill to prostitute to B-girl, winding up with a murder conviction, is shown with dramatic force. President Shooting Humphrey's Quail By MRRRIMAX SMITH ! l!PI \Vlilte House Reporter j THOMASVHJ.K. Ga. (UPT) —; Backstairs at the White House: j It was here on the beautiful Glen Arven Country Club golf course that President Eisenhower regained a large measure of phy- •ical confidence after his 3955 heart attack. Eisenhower rame down to Thomasville in February of 39!>6 and for the first time since his grave illness of the previous September, got In some real phy- •Ical exercise. His first post-attack visit to the course was a study in caution. but he picked up steam with earh hole. When the President left Washington Wednesday for his annual visit to the estate of former \ Treasury Secretary George M.; Humphrey, the long-range' weather forecast .indicated rainy con-; ditlons in this area for the rest '• of this week. j This may inhibit the President's ( golf somewhat, but it is fine for; quail shooting. Bird dogs have an easier tima picking up the scent of quail in heavy brush if the ground is damp. The President and Mrs. Eisenhower, as do most Americans. have their television favorites and one of them is George Gobel, the crewcut comedian. In fact, the Eisenhowers Jike the Gobel shows so much that on some past or-1 casions, the White House hasj borrowed film copies of telecasts | they missed, ! Gobel was in Washington last' 1 weekend for a party at the Ma-, tional Press Club. George is quite a golfer, himself, and he swears- thia is a true story: ; A few years ago. the PiT.sidor,' ; was playing at Cherry Hills, his ! home club in Denver. A hot-shot t golfer and a friend of Gobel was' passing through town and stopped off for a round at Eisenhower's club. The resident professional suggested that the visitor, h^ing a ; man of talent on the (airways and greens, join the President's foursome. The President was de-, Jighted, but the visiting golfer i was a bit shaky at the start Instead of firing his best (town the center of the fairway, the Visitor was hitting to the light and left. About the third hole, he thought he'd settled down. The President hit first and marched down the fairway, staying to one side as golfing corn-testy requires. The visitor, after two bad previous holes, was last man to drive from the third toe. He hit a mighty blow, but shanked the ball. The white pill went screaming straight at the President and struck him smack in the, seal of; the pants, rebounding foreccfully into the fairway. ; The visitor raced to the Presl- . dent's side, as did the. Secret Service, a White House doctor and the cither golfers. l Eisenhower patted his hip gingerly and fished out a wallet. He grinned and quickly assured the anxious men around him that he i was not hurt. ! "But I must say," Eisenhower added with a characteristic choice ; of words, "that was'the first time! I've been hit In the pocketbook when it didn't hurt." ACT B&njamin Franklin, the youngest son in a family of 17 children, taught himself to read while he was very young. By the time he was seven, he was writing letters in verse to an undo in England. His father, who hoped that Benjamin would become a minister, put him in school when he was eight, but could afford to keep him there for only two years. © Encyclopedia Britannlca HI-LAND WASHATERIA 2000 N. 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