Hope For The Deaf - New Electronic Aids
6 December 1949 The Tumut and Adelong Times
The new miracle of electronics has brought new hope to the hard of hearing.
Electronic research has resulted in the production of hearing aids of amazing efficiency, yet so small in size that they occupy no more space than an average cigarette case.
Outstanding examples of modern electronic hearing aids are the Amplivox and Western Electric - the finest hearing aids from Britain and America.
The special representative of the Audiophone Coy., Australia's largest organisation devoted entirely to the service of the hard of hearing, will be in Tumut on Wednesday, 21st December, to demonstrate to the deaf these two amazing hearing aids as well as the Audiphone Coy's 'Phantom' invisible earpiece.
Appointments may be made, without obligation, by telephoning R. R. Knox, chemist.