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Public Sound Systems

November 12, 1994

Now that the anti-smoking forces have rid our public and commercial establishments of tobacco smoke, perhaps they can attack another health hazard--one that threatens our sanity--the audio systems concealed in the ceilings and/or walls of virtually every building we enter.

It is no wonder we have become a nation of nervous wrecks, when we are subjected to the ear-pollution of pervasive rock music that blares, wails and thumps at us wherever we go and from which there seems to be no escape.

WARREN J. DE LOUISE

Culver City

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