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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - April 25, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio2-journal a tuesday april 25.1978 women a club will test vision hearing speech the Anderson Hills Junior women a club a in cooperation with the Ohio society for the prevention of blindness. The Cincinnati speech and hearing Center and the University of Cincinnati department of speech Wili conduct free screenings for vision hearing and speech for children Ages four through 12 at the Beech Mont mall on april 29, from 11 . To 3 . Closed screenings for children in area Nursery schools have been taking place since March 15. Children who failed the vision and hearing screenings will be re screened on april 29. This open screening enables area children who do not attend Nursery schools to Benefit from this worthwhile program. Members of the club Are trained volunteers of the Ohio Sci Etc for the prevention of blindness. The 20 Snellen Chart will be used to discover among other Eye problems amblyopia or Quot Lazy Eye syndrome. Early detection and correction of this problem is essential. Speech screening in the Nursery schools will not 1� re screened however parents of these children should feel Rree to come to the mall to discuss their child a problem with is Creaghead a child who does not receive attention for this problem until he reaches school age May be untreatable. The Mobile unit from the Cincinnati speech and hearing Center will be used by trained club members supervised by audiologists from the Center to screen hearing. The adj we has project the r major service since 1970. Made this Community the Normal sight hearing and speech of countless children in the Forest Hills schools is a result of the efforts of these volunteers. Last year approximately 750 children were screened and close to 700 Volunteer hours were spent. Speech students under the supervision of Nancy Creaghead of the us department of speech will screen the children m speech and language. Children who failed the for information Contact mrs. Andrew Lang 474-2624. Anyone interested in becoming a part of this project can also Contact mrs. Lang for information concerning club membership. Rescind request Forest Hills Board of education has voted 3-2 to rescind its previously approved request for five weather Days. He indicated he opposed the move in Columbus to Force school districts to declare Jan. 13, 17, and 18 As weather emergency Days voting with Forest heis who made the motion were members Lou Buschle and Jack Dacey. It was reported that the Hamilton county court of common fleas ruled in favor of the Board in the Case filed by William r. Jolley and has dismissed the Case. The Board has indicated members did not want to commit themselves concerning the procedure to be followed if the adopted 1978-79 Calendar needs to be adjusted due to weather and or Energy emergencies. Alternatives were noted. Lucas Fine foods 1902 Sutton 231-0559 231-2363 specials tues. April 25 thru Mon. May 1 new hours open daily 8 30 til 10 00 sundays 9 til 7 partrid6e save 40 la. $1 59 Partridge tiny links 6r0und sin6le. Beef la m it �s��k3 a psf pub. I. 19 la Uff mix m e county fair bread 3f or 100 Partridge pork in beef $199 Barracuda swimmers undefeated swim in state meet the Anderson township barracudas Are proud this year As they went undefeated this year Only the second season for this newly created team. Pictured Here Are the 11 and 12 year old girls Medley relay team that won the Silver medal in the state of Ohio a championships. From left Are Priscilla Goyer Julie Schimpf. Kitty Dierckes and sue Mason. 1 a Quot 4 w a a a a a my 11111 wish vol a a a my a Ujj 3i� Al the 13 and 14 year old boys won the Gold medals in the Medley relay and the free relay. They Are from left. Tad Dierckes Scott Beckett Jeff Raker and Tad Krafft. Swimming against 10 and under Competition Are the 8 and 9 year old boys Steve Bell Jeff Reed coach Tom Roth Chris Van Pelt and Todd Dunham. These boys won the Gold medal in the state of Ohio a championships in the free relay. Area students on Osu Honor Roll a number of area students have been named to the Honor Roll for the Winter Quarter at Ohio state University. Those honoured received a Grade Point average of at least 3.5 out of a possible 4.0 and were enrolled for at least 12 credit hours. They Are Laura Marie Hewitt 1180 Alnetta drive Keith Andrew Lane 6300 Salem Jonell Lovett 1682 Vaquera pm John Brett Offenberger. 7416 Indian Creek Peter Arden Ropp 7282 Ticonderoga Mary Kathryn Russ 7595 Forest re. Also Jan. Clemmons 5751 beechnut or. Douglas Edward Duckett 6854 Beech Mont and Jeffrey Alan Gill 7559 Pawtucket or. 0anquet pot pies 25e rival 006 food free starter Plant with Purchase of it. Or. Clean the Friendly Lucas Coupon a Martha White save 25 is. 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