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Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Centralia, Washington Centralia VoL I. OiOTRALIA, WABHOTOTON, WBDBSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1910 Anyway, Board of Control Believes That Drilling and plugging of Inmates of Training School WW Greatly Better Deportment of In- stitution. OLYMPIA, ov. E. <3Ilroy appointed by the State Board of Con- trol to attend to the teeth of the children in the State. Training School at Chehalis has filed his report with superintendent C. C. Asplnwall who In turn.tas sent it to the State Board of Control and the latter body will include it as a part of the biennial report to be made to Gov. Hay and the state, legislature. It is shown in ''the report that the teeth of he chil- dren were in a very bad state of af- fairs as only ten out of 280 examined had ever had their teeth fixed, and of these, four had been attended to in similar institutions. Dr. Gllroy In his report cites that In the case of twelve girls that he bed to put In 139 fillings and devital- ized 2B nerves. Of the 57 girls he examined there was an average of more than flve fillings lor each as he made total of 331 .fillings! The boys were In a little better shape but ITS of them had to have 620 fillings or an average of ssorethan three for each boy. Twelve newly admitted boys ha fillings made or more than eleven for each boy. The oard of Control believes that es a result of the examination that the deportment of the Institution will greftly Improve evenually It will cman much to the children. Al- ready there-Is a demand for tooth brushes and for tooth paste as many of the children for the first time In their lives are impressed of the ne- reasliy of keeping their mouths clean. Dr. Ollroy Is taking a per- sonal Interest in the work and It la proposed to make the parents who are. Dble to do RO, pay for the dental work done for the children, that It, to make them pay for the time put in l-y the dintlst and the material used, no profit being allowed on either. Dr. Gi'roy having finished at tho fitnto Training School has been sent to' the state school for defective routh nnd in turn will visit all state Instlttulons. 'act tor tatchw coining In mucU faster com- pany IB abte to manufacture them tn indication ot the magnitude to which the beusiness may develop. 'Even with a proper freight rate we could not "carry on every process in the manufacture of the latch here in Centralia, for maleable iron is necessary and it would be too ex- pensive for us to put in a plant to make'iron maleable. But a proper freight rate we could have the maleable iron shipped to us in the rough an dwe could do he finish- ing and make Centralia the real place of manufacture and have a pay-roll here. We would establish Iso a Japaning oven with which the locks are given the final Japan Mr. Wheeler said to a representative of the Daily Chronicle yesterday. Mr. Wheeler is meeting with great success with his Invention, which was described in detail in the Dally Chroncle some time ago. He has had several opportunities to sell his patents outright at a
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