Veteran country and gospel singer-composer Stuart Hamblen, suffering from a brain tumor, was in good spirits after receiving get-well calls from former President Ronald Reagan and others.

Those calling to wish the 82-year-old musician well included Reagan and such well-known singing movie cowboys as Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, said Armen Markarian, spokeswoman for St. John's Hospital and Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif.Hamblen entered the hospital two weeks ago complaining of headaches, and the brain tumor was discovered following a battery of tests, said the musician's spokesman, Garth Hintz.

He is known for such songs as "Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You," "It Is No Secret What God Can Do," Texas Plains" and "This Ole House."