The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1947 · Page 13
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THURSDAY, MAY' 22, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUIUEH NEWS Doctors Endorse Tatt'sHeaHhBill Medical Association Soys Measure Should Be of Great Uencfit _ WASHINGTON, May 22. <UP>The American Medical Association yesterday endorsed ihe Taft Health 1} 'H fk u sensible, democratic., non- tlictsWi|;i means of keeping the nation Tit. Tlie bill, introduced by Sen Robert A. Tail. li,. o.. would Set up a national health agency and authorize it lo spend $200,030,000 a year over tlie nest five years on health, hospital, and medical services for Hi,, poor. H does nnt contain health insurance provisions icquested by President Truman. 'I'wo AMA witnesses endorsed tlie l»ill at a Jbciirue Labor Bubclimmit- icc hearing which K ,,t underwr,.v only after Taft and Si>n. James li Murray, D.. Mont., had renewed a ycar-o!<| feud over health legislation with uti exchange of niinie- ca!!in K . Murray and several other demo- I ciatic senators are ]>roposliiB :i bealth measure containing propo- I sals sent, lo Congress a^ain this I week by tlie president. The Mur- I lay-Tail feud dates from the pc- I riod when Murray was chairman I of the. labor committee which Taft | now heads, Ur. R. L. scnsenich, chairman of I the AMA board of trustees, said tlie I Taft measure makes "a well-plan- liied and sensible, approach lo meet 1 needs which the whole nation will I recognize, and a]i])rove as a neccs- Isary expenditure." I "It is evident," he added, "that | the bill is not the promotion of a j* 1 . plan or governmental re- i^itioii al tremendous cost, Isucii w*>ias been proposed." Dr. TK.\.ird j. McCormick of To- |lc<lo. o.. said the Tafl bill would ["insure the continued independence j of the American people and the | medical profession. European Methods Not Nccilril "We need not model our provision of health care for the Ame- I rican people on any failing tech- Iniqiie based on European methods I of diclalorship and compulsion,' Ihe added. "We can find a voluntary 1 way compalable with true Anieri- |cati democracy." Taft told the subcommittee tha I compulsory nalioual health insui- lance would be nothing more thai: ("taxation to. provide free medi-a! Icare for all the people in i^-: United 1 Stales." "The minute you proceed to pro- I vide ^ovcmtnrnt fre.? care for peo- Iplc who are perfeclly able to pai • lor it themselves," tie said, "you |.socialize the field." Sen. Claude pepper, D., Fla I observed that "under your systcn | a man either gets charity, or h ;ets nothim;." Taft said that wasn't so. Under Uy ; Taft bill, federal func Itions wt^^i be coordinated in th (national lieaKh agency. Tlie publi Illealth Service, and Food and Dru 1 Administration would be merge • into ihe new agency. 1 Federal funds for medical afi • dental care would be made availa Ible to states which set up conipre. Ihensivc state prigrams of 'aid t Ihensivc state programs of aid t Murray had called the Tail, pro Iposai "just another charily pro l[;ram." I Tafl said his hill would cnabl I the l-'cderal government to help th 148 states provide free medical car | lor persons who ean'i afford it. lie said the Democralic incasui • would "socialize" mcdieine, an Imake every private doctor "an cm Iploye of Ihe federal government. I "Tlie freedof lo choose a docto I is a major part of our system 1 tree enterprise," Taft said. I Dies of Burns ERWIN, Tcnn.. May 22. (UP)— • H. ii^.lniore, a cafe operator, died I vr-sLriffi:!;. f>O[ii burns received wlu;n ' u^ed paint tliinncr to kindle fire. PAGE TIURTCEN . ' So You're the Guy! Having .heard of fuss anglers make over Florida's black drum, y, the playful porpoise, dives down in occannriuin at Marineland, Fla., lo have a few words with a MR drumfish. Merchant Kills Self LTSSELLVII.LE, Ark.. May 22. UP)—Funeral services wore con- uetcd today for Edv.'ard P. TaeA- .1. who died of self-inflicted gun- lol wounds laic Tuesday. Deputy heriff Ardis Alford said lhat the .irniturc store owner was shot nee in Ihc throat with a revolver, is survived by his wife, two ens and two daughters. County. The undersigned slates that he? i.s a citizen of Arkansas, of KeoJ moral character, that he hius never 'Delta Queen' Arrives in New Orleans NEW ORLKANS. May 22. <UP> — Hmvey Canal workers yesterday bc- Ban knocking tlie protective plnnk- l"n nnd 'limbers off the IJelln I Queen, million-dollar sternwheeler. [ ! whk-h was lowed without Incident I I from San Francisco (o N'ew Or- I leans. The Uella Queen ma<le the 4,000-mile journey at the end of n tow rope behind the tugboat Osage, a 1,200-ton craft skippered by Capl. Sieve King. , Proclaimed tiiu finest slermvhcel- er ever built, the Delhi Queen wsis expected to be put Into o)X>ration between New Orleans and Cinein- nali early next year by her owner, the Greene Line Steamship Co., or Cincinnati. King snld the Delta Queen was the "finest sternwheeler and the most seaworthy ever built," He «ald the trip was interrupted for IS hours by a storm off the Gulf of Tehauntepec, but "she iDeltn Queen) rode the storm out and only gol her no.sc ivel a couple of times." King said parts of the trip were like a dice Katne—"mos'.ly s'»ako, rattle and roll, but lhe..Uelta C.ieeii made it." King thought the long [rip would lake 3G da vs. but "we made it in 27." The Delta Queen was fabricated on the River Clyde in Scotland in 192G. -She was knocked down for XOTICE Notice, is hereby given thai, the indcrsigned will within the time ixcd by law apply to Ihe Commissioner of Revenues oi the State >f Arkansas for a permit lo seVl 'ecr at rotail at 432 'Wesl. 'Ash Sr.. Blythevillc, 'Arkansas, Mississippi that Ihe undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. 'Mrs. C. 5. Corey Subscribed and sworn to before ;no this 21 day of May. 1947. Elizabeth Allison (SFAU Notary Public My Commission expires 4-28-53. a troop ferry from Catnp .Stone- i man. Calif-, to transports docked at San Francisco. Her Mississippi River skipper was not. available for comment today. She carried n "ghost" crew of 10 on Ihe tow trip Irom San Francisco. The steamer was bought, irom the War Assets Administration 1)> the Greene Line for $46,250. 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