Dr. August Enz., Jr. - chairmen of legislation committee

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Dr. August Enz., Jr. - chairmen of legislation committee - ; | j Responsibility Of Optometrist Subject of...
; | j Responsibility Of Optometrist Subject of Talk The first responsibility of an op-, tometrist to his patient is to ex-! amine the eye for symptoms of sys-| temic disease, Dr. G. F. Kintner of j Wabash told his fellow practionersl of the Wabash Valley Optometricj society at the March meeting- Monday Monday night at the Hotel Frances. "There are many disorders which an eve examination can detect in their earliest stages," Dr. Kintner Kintner said. "They include hardened j arteries and some diseases of the| nervous system. There are other, conditions of which the patient per-| haps is unaware or which he has; neglected until the optometrist in-; forms him of the necessity of vis-j iting his physician or dentist. : "Growing social consciousness with its increased emphasis upon; prevention or early detection of dis-| ease has placed upon the optome-j trist the obligation to recognize j pathological conditions ns an integral integral part of his service." Dr. M. C. Kennedy of Marion joined joined with Dr Kintner in leading ui discussion of ocular pathology. j Dr. William A. F.oessler of Mar-, ion, president, announced appoint- i ment of the following standing com-j mittee chairmen: Dr. Dale Berke-j bile, Rochester, membership; 'Dr. August Enz Jr., Lafayette, legisla-| tion; Dr. M. N. Scamahorn, Koko-j mo, public relations; Dr. Ruth McDonald, McDonald, Gas City, education; Dr.; H. H. Jenner, Frankfort, conserva-j tion of vision. f

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  1. The Kokomo Tribune,
  2. 04 Mar 1947, Tue,
  3. Page 14

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