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 - THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 10...
THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 10 A EDITORIAL and OPINION PAGE Who Killed Cock Robin? DDT To the Editor: It is evident that a large number of robins are dying this spring in and around this city and that their death is probably a result of DDT spraying by the city. DDT was used as a spray by the city last year. Worms eat the foliage contaminated contaminated with DDT but do not die. In the spring the robins eat the DDT laden worms and are killed by this, dying with violent convulsions. convulsions. I would like to ask for an assessment of our city's spraying with this lethal material. Minneapolis. George Kifzmiller, M.D. Editor's Note: See today's editorial, "Elm Trees and Dead Robins." rules the psychologically, by not following the "r r,t th onmp." In other words, if this is ultimate in human reiai uhmhiis, u waiting for marriage, ir. Dy noi w,mmB, it is ruined for me, I doubt that the illegitimacy study would s or "snirv" to anyone who thinks of sexual intimacy as beautiful, and satisfy- satisfy- inc. and sacred to marriage, wmie i yc-lieve yc-lieve yc-lieve this experience is for the married relationship, I do not feel it is the responsibility responsibility of a newspaper report to teach my children morality. The paper was presenting facts. It is up to us, as parents, to know the facts, so that we can prove our point. When will we do our job as well, by creating an aura of beauty and sacredness around the sexual life of married couples?

Clipped from The Minneapolis Star19 May 1966, ThuMain EditionPage 10

The Minneapolis Star (Minneapolis, Minnesota)19 May 1966, ThuMain EditionPage 10
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