Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 21
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July 23, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 21

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SB-July 23, I g T j i u u f a T GveU+M* Aircraft Noise Mental Health Factor, Says Doctor I J"C\. » » _ _ » ^M .. . - . - - Sunday Only Preacher Pistol packing pastor of the Moses Lake United Methodist Church performs a week-day duty as lieutenant of the city's police force by writing a traffic ticket. (AP Wirephoto) FBI Questions Refused Lawyer Fired by GOP WASHINGTON-W- President Nixon's campaign organization has fired a lawyer who refused to answer questions by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in connection with a break-in at Democratic National Headquarters. G. Gordon Liddy, an attorney for the finance division of the Committee for the Re-Election of the President, was fired June 28, De Van L. Shumway, director of public affairs, said Saturday. The reason for the firing, Shumway said, was "because he eelected not to resoond to certain questions by FBI agents in relation to the incident at Democratic National Headquarters." "It is out policy that all em- ployes cooperate fully with appropriate law enforcement officials in the conduct of this investigation," Shumway added. FIVE MEN' were arrested May 15 in the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, including James W. any member of the press on any subject." The FBI also refused comment. The break-in prompted a $1 million damage suit by the Democratic National Committee against the re-election committee. Nuchims Shoiv To Air Renewal What Charleston Councilman Virgil Matthews called an urban renewal history lesson will be aired at 10 p.m. Thursday on WMUI^-TV. Appearing on the Paul Nu- chims Show will be Matthews. Eighth Ward Councilman William Preston and Norman Kilpatrick, former city federal- state programs director. Kilpatrick is now with the Mid-Ap- palchian Environmental Serv- iiui.i^v., iii^iuuaiig uaiuco TV . . « , McCord Jr., security coordina-! ices Center tor for the re-election commit-1 Matthews said the panel will tee. Ideal primarily with the back- The five had bugging equip-!ground of the Triangle Urban ment with them when they were [Renewal Project. The program arrested. jwas taped Friday afternoon. Shumway =sirl HP riidn'l know! Originally, Eric Hemphill, PX- what questions Liddy was ecutive director of the authority asked. Liddy, contacted at his was to join the panel. Las home in Oxon Hill, Md., said : week, however, the authority "I do not want to speak with decided not to send its director WOMEN'S SHOES Regular 11.98 to 23.98 NOW 490.J1 Choose from Naturalizer · Cobblers Life Stride · Bass Sandals · Miss America © Manchester Guardian LONDON-Aircraft n o i s e could be a final factor in bringing M mental illness. Dr. Colin Herridge, a ooutultani psychiatrist at the Springfield Hospital, South London, has found that admissions a r e significantly greater in the high-decibel areas of Hounslpw bordering on Heathrow Airport-London. At the out-patient clinic of a hospital in Hounslow--within the noisy area in which he studied --Dr. Herridge finds that he has to suspend conversation with patients for 10 seconds every two minutes during the peak arrival time on Runway One. He finds that the noise, "like an aircraft coming in one window and going out of the other," makes him irritable and short with patients. Both doctor and patient build up aggression. * * * HIS TWO-YEAR survey-not based on his consultations--recorded that in noisy areas 26 people were admitted when the statistical expectation was 18.6. In areas of less noise admissions were 17 against an expect- 1 24. Men were relatively unaffected by noise but women over 45 were particularly at risk, and more so if they were not living with their husbands. Among women in this category there were 96 admissions--21 more tan expected. Dr. Herridge's research is reported in "Noise," the British journal of audiology. Dr. Herridge is seeking funds to carry out further research into the physiological effects of faircraft noise on peole of differing psychological makeup. He believes noise can affect! people in three main ways: Loss| of sleep; the evocation of primeval fear by jet engines whose scream resembles a cry of distress or pain; and the unconscious expectation that, since take-off and landing are the most dangerous moments in flight, an aircraft will crash. State Has Grown In 1800, the population of what is now West Virginia was a number just about equal to today's population of Huntington. Who Rtads Want Ads? Who Doesn't? 348-4848 PRESCRIPTION · DRUG S T O R E S Hm/B Filled OuerJ3 million Prescriptions CLAIROL GREAT BODY SHAMPOO FOR OILY HAIR EVERYDAY 10.5 01. 97 COHEN'S SALE PRICE 0 DRISTAN NASAL MIST EVERYDAY PRICE $1.10 15C.C. 6 COHEN'S SALE PRICE 0 MENNEN E THE VITAMIN E DEODORANT 4 01. 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