The Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1988 Page: 4 of 16
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An Experience of Personal Enlightenment w CORNER
BY ROBERT NICHOLS
Looking for a home is this part border collie, shown with Jack Wendel
at the home of Debi Carmichael, 3830 Seventh St., 530-9453. Jack and
Debi are temporary caretakers who found the dog at North Garland and
Buckingham about a month ago. Jack say the dog would make some-
one a wonderful pet - but since Debi has three, there's not room for
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4-Pack . . . S.29 each
72-Count Flat . . . $4.50
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Sale Price . . . $7.99
6402 Hwy. 78 Sachse 530-2204
Mobil Home Service Poles
Healing & Air Conditioning
Sachse, Texas CHARLES HAHN
Home 530-3891 OWNF.R
news for State Farm drivers
50 and over.
State Farm Mutual policyholders 50 and
over who have no male drivers under 25
and no unmarried female drivers under
25 in their household will be getting a
break on the cost of their car insurance.
If you're 50 or over, call any one of us to
see if you qualify. 2>
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Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois
5634 Highway 78
One time, when I was quite a
few years younger, I went away to
camp. While I was there, I notic-
ed some ants. The ants were
totally engulfed in their minuscule
society. They were totally obli-
vious to their surroundings. (Their
surroundings included an entire
forest of trees and cabins.) They
were completely wrapped up in
their tiny, insignificant affairs. All
I had to do was look up to see
what else was going on in the
Sometimes I feel that we are
like ants — we let our problems
and dilemmas hamper us from
enjoying our lives.
There is an entire universe out
there (the forest) and we, in com-
parison, are nothing, and our
problems are the same —
Not to say that people are
worthless, because we aren't. It's
just that sometimes we let our
problems, some of which are very
small, get us down and worried
when they are really nothing in
comparison to the cosmic scope,
size, width, and breadth of the
Look up and see the forest
when something gets you down.
If life were a table and you were
seated at it, then every once in a
while you should push yourself
away from the table and view
things from above.
In the same way that I looked
down on the ants and saw them
in comparison to the rest of the
forest, perhaps we all should look
at human society from a higher
angle and recognize its place in
relation to the rest of the universe.
Editor's Note: The writer is a
University of North Texas student
and resides at 6206 Bailey Rd..
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BY DR. CHARLES CARTER
Periodontal disease is caused
by plaque, a colorless, sticky film
of bacteria that constantly forms
on the teeth.
The bacteria in plaque produce
byproducts that can irritate the
gums, and over a period of time,
seriously damage the structures
that support the teeth.
Initially, health gingiva (gum
tissue) and bone anchor the teeth
firmly in place. The byproducts of
plaque irritate the gums. This can
cause the gums to become red,
tender, and swollen and to bleed
Unremoved plaque hardens
into a deposit called calculus (tar-
tar). Calculus can be a contribut-
ing factor in periodontal disease
because it makes the removal of
plaque more difficult. Calculus
deposits can be removed only by
a dentist or dental hygienist.
The tissue that attaches the
gums to the teeth is destroyed by
the irritants in plaque. The gums
pull away from the teeth, forming
small pockets that become filled
with more plaque. Plaque moves
down along the roots of the teeth,
making the pockets deeper.
Eventually, the irritants may
destroy the bone supporting the
teeth. Unless treated, the affect-
ed teeth become loose and fall
out or must be removed by a den-
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Liner, Reba. The Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1988, newspaper, April 20, 1988; Sachse, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth347723/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sachse Public Library.