The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 12, 1976 · Page 236
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December 12, 1976

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 236

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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 12, 1976
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I DON DELEVAN 1 IT-- 7 HE'S IN REAL ESTATE '( THAT SOUNDS LIKE DON HE THAT'S REAL NEWS SORT OF DEVELOPMENT CAME HEREV WAS ONLY IN HILLCREST FRANK REFRAINS FROM MENTIONING HIS AFTERNOON CALLER TILL MARY HAS -RETIREE? IKM i j MENTION IT A MYMINP,' I I ACREAGE FOR A SHOPPING Jv;,;-5 A HE WAS INTO EVERYTHING THAT IrF J ill III SOONER?? X X vl Lv . CENTER fA3 COULP'MAKE HIM A AAUCH- BY THE WAX ANNE I SAW AN OLP-UH-FRIENP OF YOURS TOPAY-" PONALP i N-rlKN &Wttv H-V neeped dollar . J DPI FVAM I HE HAD A PRY CLEANING T HE STILL 1 HE---UH MENTIONED J A PATE?"-WE HAP HOW LONG WILL HE BE 7 I-SOT THE IMPRESSION T AGENCY, WORKED NIGHTS SEEMS TO V HAVING HAP A DATE --J DOZENS BEFORE HE IN JENNINGS? WE fl THAT HE WOULD BE VERY ; AT A MOVIE THEATER BE---AN WITH YOU .LEFT SCHOOL TO SEEK SHOULD HAVE HIM OUTTV BUSY WHILE HE'S HEREV; ANP WAITED TABLE EAGER X, At j HIS FORTUNE FOR PINNER SOME fTTl( JT Wintertime is a great time to be OUTDOORS. ..BUT YOU MUST KNOW COLD WEATHER SAFETY RULES. mm v m Jim Mr lYZARPnsPERCLOTHm Li s - r k ,J v v,. .nil 1 11. A. M , WZ? STAY ALERT TV YOUR- . ' '50 CONDITIONS - V I A Si Outdoor winter sports are growing in leaps AND BOUNDS EACH YEAR. SKiim, HUNTING", FISHING, SKATING ami CAMPNG ARE LEAPING THE CURRENT SURGE.. ONE OF THE WRST DANGERS TO THE WINTERTIME OUTPOORSMAN 1$ FROSTBITE. IT CAN HAPPEN 70 ANYONE, NOT ONLY THE WOODS-MAN IN THE NORTH, BUT EVEN CHILDREN PLAYING OUTDOORS-, FROSTBITE IS ACTUALLY THE mEZlHd OF CERTAIN AREAS OF THE BOPY THE NOSE, CHEEK5, HANPS, TOES or EARS. THE SYMPTOMS OF FROSTBITE TO WATCH FOR ARE : : 1. WE SKIN IS FLUSHED or PINKISH JUST BEFORE FROSTBITE -THEN TURNS TO A GRAYISH-YELLOW AS FROSTBITE DEVELOPS. 2. USUALUf THERE WILL BE INITIAL PAIN WHICH WILL SUBStPE&id , THE VICTIM WONT FEEL A THING- LATER, BUT WILL BE NUMB ANOCOLP. WHEN TRAVELING IN THE OUTDOORS, KEEP GLOVES md MITTENS TIED TO A STRING AROUND YOUR NECK. TO TREAT: P0N7 RUBTHE AFFECTED AREA . THIS CAN ONLY rAlKS OF mJOLtN SOCKS TO HELP KEEP. MOISTURE FROM YOUR FEET. n&ttP&fM 4 nsX"; y$tr . y iw ll ill i 1 1 a iv N0W...ANEWS2-MXmiME0F x , .' ")r ! ij A REPRINTS OF THIS NEWSPAPER. rk ' '" 1 III ' FEATURE IS REAM FOR DELIVERY ' i S 'I ,, , la TOYOU EXCLUSIVELY BY MAIL! L vlX ( I i j'1! 1 It fEACH800K(jlfPMaiVER0Ti ' T ' V J I 'I I'"" 1 VOLUME 6 ALSO AYAItAB! E FOMMS EACH i f . X '' I ''' " 6000 EARTH ALMANAC j.X'litlT I VX 60X22I8-MISSI0N,KANSAS 66201 j I fljlM I , CAUSE CHAFING. , 1. COVER THE AREA WITH A WARM HAND or SOME WARM MATERIAL SUCH AS WOOL. IF FINGERS ORA HAND ARE THE FROSTBITTEN AREA, HAVE VICTIM HOLD IT AGAINST HIS ARM PIT. Z. GET INSIDE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 3. PLACE THE FROSTBITTEN PART IN WARM WATER (NO HOTTER THAN 108'). WRAP IN WARM BLANKETS IF WARM WATER IS NOT AVAILABLE . 00 NOT USE NEAT LAMPS OR DIRECT HEAT WHEN VICTIM 15 WARMED, HAVE HIM MOW: AFFECTEP AREA IF TRAVEL 15 NECESSARY. COVER WITH A Lx STERILE DRESSING ANP KEEP WARM TAKE TO DOCTOR.

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