The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1919 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS AMA President Hurls New Blast Junkef to Europe By Bureaucratic Leaders is Scored WASHINGTON', Dec;. 7. (\[>) — Dr Ernwit E. Irons, president of the American Medical Association yesterday said (ho Truman atlininistia- tion t.s getting set for a "renewed assault on medicine and free cuter- prise." He told the association the administration is -.sending a bmeui- cratte mission to Europe* at the tax*W er ' K cxpewe to search Tor a new destructive ammunition." AMA officials said Irons was referring to a trip that Federal Security Administrator Oscar E. Ewins; and .several tiicle.s are making to Europe lo study national health p!ms in Eneland and L%(.-\vherc" ^In annnuiiciiu; plans for the trip. Kwim> sdjd it \ v -,_ s intended to t;et 1 information (o citrr yon a full- | flpri-jpfl drive for para n EC of Prr.si- dent Truman's compulsory health insurance plan in the next session ^Thp AMA Is fishllng the Prrsl- debt's proposals, whirl) Irons de- nomiiTd a.s ".socialized medicine" in a prepared tickings at, the open- iti2 of ihr* asocialioji'.s four-day clJnira! mer-liriQ. The Troup is coti- sitU'rin^ n move to collroi more funds from doctors to cairy on iU campaign. Irons, a Chicago phsyici:m. auicl thrxt "untic'i- (he cover of the welfare .state the nation Is be ins led do'.vn [lie road Lo socialism with alt its blighting effects on individual incejili\-c and personal responsibility." He described the "welfare state, or .stalLsm" as a political pro;'rain "ba?ed on the erroneous proposition that you cait fool most of the people mast of the time. Plan orrcrcil (n Col let'I Duos "Nationalized medicine and the welfare .state appeal to ninny well tjUentioned people, including .snme V^ysicians who cither have failed to recoiinizo the go vein mental rc- eulU of socialism, or, iTCor.ru zing the ultimate onicome, conceal their know ledge tor ulterior purpose.?/' The organization's board of trustees hii.s propased coilectins? animal dues "not to ext-eect S2.V from AMA's 150.COO doctor members. It would be tl?e first time AMA has had a dues system. While the board did not specify what the proposed dues would he used for, a top AMA official told a reporter tlic-y would provide a fund fo "educate" the American people against the Truman health plan. The hoard made its proposal to the AMA's ix>]icy making House of Delegates which lust- June went on record as favoring dues for the AMA membership. The board's proposal was referred by the house to the AMA's committee on by-laws which -s expected to report back to the House later this \veek. Final action on the proposal would be taken at that time. Jurors Needed \ti Paragould Rape Trial PARAGOULD, Ark., Dec .7. (AP> —Five special juror.s were required yesterday to complete the jury to try Gaylon Dement, 16. of Brighton, on a charge of rape. Ten jurors \vtirc selected from the regular panel, but five .special panels \vere required before the remaining two were chosen. Dement is charged with raping a young" woman in an automobile near Paragould the nitjht of Nov. 13. ' l\ - L LIKES FARM — Marjorie Ann Ball, 18, of Yukon, Okla., above, 'who won a national 4-1-1 achievement award in Chicago, says she wants fo be a farmer's wife. "People don't seem lo have as much fun in the city," she says. '•You get a lot more out of life on a farm." 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