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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 25, 1955, Oakland, California
12-a Oakland Tribune sunday sept. 1955 heart attack puts Ike in Hospital wife at Side continued from Page 1 t. Bulletin but had omitted it k. From a later one. Questioned about this by newsmen Snyder said the omis Sec. Sion did not reflect any change the president s condition. He said the president s heart attack was still considered 5i Snyder seemed emotionally at his latest news con Ference in contrast to his quiet composure earlier. T at . Snyder i announced that he had just talked to maj. Gen. Howard m. The president s phys St Cian who informed him that had been no change in the president s that meant he still was rest ing Well and his condition is As reported in the physician s last previous Bulle tin at . Upset an illness announced As a digestive confined Eisenhower to bed in the Home of his Mother in Law mrs. John s. Doud last night and this morn ing. He suffered the heart at tack at . Only a few hours before he became ill the president Smil ing Sun tanned and looking the picture of health had finished playing 27 holes of Golf. The White House physician sent word to newsmen about noon today that the president had indigestion and his Condi Tion was not about hours later Sny Der solemn faced summoned newsman to a special conference and told them the president had suffered a heart attack and had teen hospitalized. The huge sprawling army Hospital is in Aurora a suburb East of Denver and about seven Miles from the Doud residence. Walks to car the president made the trip to the Hospital in his official car with or. Snyder. Mrs. Eisen a were Picoto Howard m. Snyder president s physician Hower remained at the residence with her Mother. The president walked from the House to the car. Mrs. Eisenhower appeared at the Hospital at ., and went immediately to the presi Dent s suite. As for mrs. Eisenhower s visit to the Hospital this evening Sny Der made this statement at the first lady s decision to go to Fitzsimmons was not the result of any change in the president s condition. She merely Felt she would be More comfortable being near the president. She will remain in the presi Dent s suite although Snyder did not say so indications were that the first lady probably would stay at the. Hospital indefinitely. Due to blood clot a White House source said the president s attack was a mild coronary thrombosis. A Hospital doctor explained a thrombosis is caused by a blood clot in a Branch of the arteries supplying blood to the heart Muscles. The attack suffered by Eisen Hower was the More stunning because of the fact he had played 27 holes of More than most play for fun golfers shoot in a usual round at Cherry Hills country club yesterday and had just finished a four Day fishing Outing at a Rocky Mountain ranch. The press Secretary replied no comment when newsmen asked him for an explanation of 1__why the White House this morning announced that Eisen Hower had suffered a digestive upset during the if or. Snyder knew or suspected Sev eral hours earlier that Eisen Hower had been stricken with a heart attack. There was no announcement of the president s heart attack until mid afternoon when it occurred at . One possible answer was that the physician suspected a heart attack very Early this morning but wanted to confirm his diag Nosis by further study. The Rev. Robert s. Lutz Pas Tor of Corona presbyterian Church visited mrs. Eisenhower at the Doud residence and later told reporters he found her much mrs. Eisenhower and her Mother prayed with him. Attend his Church the Eisenhower worship at the Rev. Or. Lutz1 Church when they Are in Denver and mrs. Eisenhower attended sunday school there As a girl. The minister also visited the Hospital but it was not known whether he was permitted to see the president. The president has a suite of rooms on the eighth and top floor of one of the newer units at Fitzsimons. His suite is directly beneath a Short Square Tower in the Center of the build ing. Members of the White House news staff had left Lowry air Force base where the presi Dent s office is located when the Ike stricken Here this is the Home of Eisenhower s Mother in Law. John s. Doud. In Denver where the president ushered a heart attack yesterday. A Ike at Eisenhower tone on ardent golfer is shown sept 12 during a game to Denver with Charles Rose Berum Den re attorney and a former judge. Special Purchase rubber tiles it prow Colon my item it a Low Low Price Oro Ryono ear thew perfect for room you want to tilt. A ipeei.1 Purcha. Account for the usual Istl Siivo with ctn pm Trot. Each o by. B.u1. O Mill o o i Black assistant press Secretary sent word to them of a press Confer ence. 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