Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 23, 1948
Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MJD-, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker One Word L e «l To Another * **• *, That Nobel Insect Man By ARTHUR "BUGS" DAJER ' • The moKt oncourufjlnK caper ot thifl year was la the awarding of the Nobel Prize to a killer of insects. ' It usually went to a killer ol men. Two .Swlssers got the duke for their research and development of that monogrammed toxin DDT. One application of this alphabetical recovery will make a roach climb its «wn antenna. . The great. Nobel was a 1 killer of men -who repented after he could •Cord it. ' So he left a series of graduating emoluments to the scientists of the world. Xho Idea was to encourage them to become moro .near-sighted and theoretical. ' Now, within two days'of Christmas I scatter the accolade of recognition on the first time a Nobel Prize meant anything more than a. postponed bribe, a bow and a medal. I only wish I could'go back over my career for the pleasure of spraying DDT on the ghosts of lost' sleep, in many a boardlnghouse. I don't, include bivouacs. in hay stacks, barns'and under bridges. You oxpoot-. to line! ,".(!fim M\\\\rr.olr, mid pocket booUon in 1-liMo The .fuel ohowixl In our but- tle cry of, "There's no use turning them" over on their backs. They've gotjegs'on both sides/' i There'hos never been n statue of an Insect within my radius of misinformation.: On cnmplng Itliv. we fried them in the prvn: In boarding houses they mudc conversation without Joining In it. ' . The two Swiss researchers were not the discoverers of DDT. -That dates back to a century ago when another. European scientist, figured put the concoction. Proof of the old saying that the man 'who plants the tree never eats .the fruit. : la .the scpe of 'peace on earth and goodwill to men I' am glad they are concentrating on noises in .the. woodwork. 1 It is strange how neighbors can get sore at each -'other lor what w, cuifl arid Innoetn Orrto tH nfljiicolll. ofll4iluO. '.I'llt: awai'dJilK ot Uit; pi'lM Hi >. prising to. us. But there was unothc time In our bonrdlny;-out corcc when we would have much rnthc used'Nobel's prescription on the in sects. I mean dynamite. Marriage Licenses llolior!. Jo.'in iniwldm, ltl"D .Nu, 1. an Poesy Wnrln Mlllor, bolh JToAUiurir. Kenneth J:imi!.i Hnrpnr, Rll-'' No. ProSLhurit, ivnd Lonnn Lotilso Mlllor. 111 1 No. 5, city. Arky Ailk'ust Gnlllhor. Orccn Rldnc nn Pfuillno Mario Flcskonstlnc, MuKnolla, W Vn. Jiunijs Emtrson George, QrantsvlHc, un Dorothy- Elizabeth £dml«tnn ( FrostburK. L'jmuol Bliiku kuiUhcnni.n and Lrsnor Rusbla Perry, both or Kcyccr, W. 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