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The Nuntius, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1970 - File 028. 1970-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 17, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3187/show/3178.

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Title The Nuntius, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1970
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Date November 1970
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 28911959
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 028
Transcript PAGE 26 NOVEMBER 1970 . ,THE OTHER iv S\ PLACE ^) BEER-WINE-SETUPS- POOL-DANCING DDQDDD Open Daily 4 to \2 — .Sunday 1 to \2 7665 COLLEGE ST. - 866-9080 BEAUMONT, TEXAS The Numbers glides along smooth on its own little street next to Homo Blvd. People don't seek Jack's place out, they know and like whats there. If you're bored with all the rest - visit the Numbers - its in a class apart from the other bars. Didn't get to the "provinces" but will soon - that is when Hie goes back to the Lumber Store. Very Loud Music Can Cause Damage to Hearing BY DR. T. R. VAN DELLEN If rock 'n' roll recordings were medications they might never pass our FDA because the racket causes deaft- ness.. Dr. Frederick L. Dey of New London, Conn., tested sound pressure levels in a local discotheque and found the octave band frequencies most damaging to hearing.. A typical reading of 110 decibels was obtained at a distance of 30 feet from the loudspeaker. Noise is measured in decibels. In general, 35 is acceptable >n court and classrooms, 55 in restaurants and 60 in sports arenas. At 80 db it is difficult to hear a telephone conversation if the room is noisy. Ninety can be tolerated for only a short time and 100 causes severe physical discomfort. At take-off, jets create 130 db and a mile from the runway 100 decibels. Admittedly, 110 db in the discotheque is a lot of noise. At this level, exposure lasting an hour or two can be expected to cause some loss of hearing. At first, the impariment is temporary and due to fatigue of ;he hearing apparatus. But prolonged exposure results in deafness (acoustic trauma). Furthermore, there is ample proof that pop music is damaging the hearing of the present younger generation. In industry, prolonged exposure to noise (greater than 85 db) is hazardous, even tho susciptible to noise damage varies with the indvidual. Ringing of the ears (tinnitus) may be an early indication of damage, but regular auditory testing is the only certain way of detecting the condition. With age, hearing becomes less acute, and if the individual has worked in a fairly noisy environment for many years, he is likely to blame noise for the deficit. Audiometer tests usually distinguish between the two possibilities because different sound levels are involved. City dwellers find noise pollution almost as disagreeable as air pollution. There is a good possibility that daily exposure has some harmful effect upon hearing. SIGNS OF THE TIMES From a bathroom wall: "Lonely? Call Mable at LEsbos 9-6969. If a man answers, don't hang up—he's fun, too." 'GO WESTERN 51 CL SETUPS TJJ WINE 2 pm-2am Weekly FREE DRAFT-BEER SUNDAYS 5 to 6 Happy Hour Daily 5 to 8 20< Draft 651 SOUTH JENNINGS 332-0745 FT WORTHJEXAS
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