European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 14 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 14, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseTeenie toppers Are ringing in the old ear a y Koffs Cher do. R bands 5 Moo from the press is associates at the audiology Laboratory were 40 feet out Side the club before the sound dropped below 90 decibels the Point which the american medical association says is the threshold above damage is cause la 10 youngsters alt14, exact lined before and after a Hoffr dance session found temporary loss acuity ranging Bels to 35 deep ringing in their in arty five Decibel mean they hear Normal Conversa ton As a whisper he stuffing your fingertips into your ears Pollock though most of the losses were mud we consider them significant he said of Nelll told joke it loud planned. Sheba fms you it a loud so that i you. \ a v Peak of 120 decibels at the bandstand. Pollack said the team Foum sound from lotto 118 decibels by tie time they Are 23years old the youngsters will have the problems of the aged sounds of consonants become Liard to hear. It itt elder person who do Plata everybody mumbles. Nobody talks Plain Pollock saj4 the Hur sound tires the youngsters far More than just the same old could hard fast game of and not be As tired. A lot of Stram " Tyter to Converse noise and. The muffled fee which Corner from noise exposure she Bald but one of the subjects of the test said Vod Don t want to hear others a in. You Don twant to talk. Yon Don t know whirl to say to each other unofficial newspaper of . Force in Europe North Africa and the Middle Eal vol. 26, no. 269 if 21855 a sunday january 14, 1968 St daily 10 sunday d storm freezes Jamb packed a visitor to a downtown Minneapolis building is mystified by the sign but decides to obey instead of trying to hit the scaling a solid Brick newly built Wall. A collegians stared at Sun Ltd trip ass Washington a six Young College men suffered total and permanent blindness by Star ing at the Sun while under the influence of the drug Ltd it was Learned Friday. The six All juniors at a West Ern Pennsylvania College that officials decline to name lost their sight after they took the hallucinatory drug together last Norman m. Yoder commissioner of the office of the Blind the Pennsylvania state Wei Are department said the ret Inal areas of the youths eyes varsity of California at Santabarbara suffered permanent loss of their Reading vision by staring at the Sun after taking said in a Telephone interview from Harrisburg that thesis Pennsylvania students All had youths were destroyed. Federal officials questioned of the Case said it is the first Syi Irav a heard of in which a i blindness resulted. The Only mar Case officials knew of was one reported last May in four students at the uni taken Ltd at least once said they went in the morn ing to a Grassy area in a Wood land about half a mile from the College and took the drug , he said they All Lay on their backs in the grass and cont. On Page 2k, col. V Midwest cold eases in East by the associated pres Snow sleet and freezing rain menaced Highway travel across the Midwest and South saturday while subzero cold gripped the Northern Plains but eased its we Klong hold on the warnings were in effect for 12 states. The storm sweeping eastward ahead of the new cold snap scattered Snow from Minnesota to Mississippi. The heaviest amounts fell on Central and Southern sections during the night. A 6-Inch Snow blanketed Hiiop Kinsville in southwestern Ken Tucky while 3 inches coated Nashville. Tupelo miss., and Chattanooga got 2.the Snow extended northward into the great lakes Region an the weather Bureau indicated it would accumulate to 4-Inchdepths in southwestern Virginia. Sleet and freezing rain preceded the eastward sweep of the snowstorm and in the Southeast met up with an ice storm that has raked portions of the Region for three Days. Weary Power company repairmen made slow Progress in restoring electrical service to blacked out sections of Eastern North least 3 inches of ice coated cont. On Page 2. Col. 1 Semi-comatose9 condition Palo Alto Calif. Up Mike Kasperak suffered a serious setback saturday nearly a week after undergoing the first heart transplant among adults in Amer Ica. His condition was described As his excellent heart condition Kasperak has suffered what his physicians term a serious setback. Because of poor liver function Palo Alto Stanford Hospital is presently de scribed As Semi comatose attributed by his physicians to excessive accumulation of bilirubin in his blood the spokesman is a product of haemoglobin the oxygen carrying protein in the blood they must be removed from cont. On Page e h col. St. Snow wok if you thin you re chilled Over there in England or Spain or Germany you should try spending 24 hours a Day on a Street corneal a Omaha a photo

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