TOWN MEETING BROADCAST ON COMPULSORY SICKNESS INSURANCE
Dr. Morris Fishbein, Chicago, Editor of The Journal, and U. S. Senator H. Alexander Smith, Princeton, N. J., will speak against a national compulsory sickness insurance program for the American people on America's Town Meeting of the Air, on Tuesday night, Feb. 22, 1949. The program will be broadcast and televised from 8: 30 to 9: 30 p. m., Eastern standard time, over American Broadcasting Company networks. Senator Smith, a Republican, is a member of the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee and former chairman of the Senate Sub-Committee on Health. Federal Security Administrator Oscar Ewing and Walter Reuther, Detroit, president of the United Automobile Workers, C. I. O., will speak in favor of a national compulsory sickness program. The forum will be moderated by George V. Denny Jr., president of Town Hall, New York.