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Coshocton County Democrat, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1956, Coshocton, Ohio FAQITBt THE COSHOCTON, OHIO, TRIBUNE THtTMDAT BVENHfO, RBXDAKT B, HH Volunteers Ready to Launch 75th Anniversary Campaign of Red Cross To meet the heavily increased needs for the humanitarian serv- icef of the American Red Cross Mad 1U in the 1356- n flacal year, an army of votaatMft will take to the field March 1 in the organization'a an- nul campaign for members and fteadi, Bolaod Harriroan, na- tional chairman, announced today. ''Without question we are in the midst of one of the biggest disaster in our Mr. Harri- maa said. "The ChrUtmas week flood! oo the Pacific Coast have placed a new and unexpected strain on our resources. But the human needs caused by this disaster are being met as were the requirement! of the affected In the Eastern States floods." The 1956 campaign with the 75th anniversary of the found- ing of the Red Cross in country by Clara Barton. Red leadership in the alleviation of suf- lering and the pursuit of world peace has grown steadily ever since "In the present world tension we cannot afford to slacken our ef- Mr Harriman stated. "In- itead, we must be ready for any eventuality. The American people alao expect their Red Cross to keep pace with the nation's growth and the rapidly changing community which have caused ao evtr- increaiing need for Red Cross serv- ices." Mr. Harriam said the organiza- tion's Board of Governors has set the gross budgetary for the coming fiscal year at Application of available reduces the amount needed ic the 1M6 campaign to a net of which is more than was raised in 1955. National chairman of the campaign is Joseph R. Stewart, member of the Board of Governors, and associate counsel of the Kansas City (Mo.) Life Insurance Co. As- sisting him arc more than 50 volun- teer national vice-chairmen from all of the United Their primary job has been to spearhead campaign planning and organiza- tion in their own regions. Thou- sands of other volunteer community leaders head up chapter campaigns. "During the past 75 years the American people, through their Red Crois, have assisted their neigh- bors in disaster relief Mr. Stewart pointed out. "They have also made poss- ible health and welfare to untold of Mrvictmea in four wan; have financed the collection of millions of pinU of blood for military and civilian and have helped raise the health standards of of Americans through Red Crois courses in first aid, water safety and nursing serv- ices." The biggest single item in the ARC budget u for the traditional services to members of the armed forces and their families here and abroad, and for the mil- lions of war veterans and their de- pendents. Second largest item Is to pay the cost of collecting blood for civilian and national defense needs, and for research in new uses of blood Countless lives have been laved by the collected unce the gram began hi 1MI. A sum of it for disaster relief hi the coming year, being bated on a 30-year average. However, much more may be needed as was the case during the current fiscal year when more than was spent assisting ditaiter victims. Most of this went for relief in the Eastern States floods. "These and other Red ces must be continued in the na- tion's Mr. Harriamn said in urging that the American people "make it possible with their usual understanding and generosity." ITS "RKWT AD8" tor rent- Ing! Hive a vicaney? Call 206 lor an experienced ad-writer. Quotes From Day's News EL CENTRO, Calif. Edgai Eisenhower on whether his broth- er, President Eisenhower, wtll run for the presidency again: "Knowing and knowing sonethinf at the way (fee President'i) mind" works, I believe he hasn't finished the Job, and until he does flniih that job be'H lUy on M loaf be eaa." DOUGLAS, Pete Barn- well, a crop duster, on jumping out of his burning plane without a parachute and receiving only minor ui "I didn't have to make any de- cision whether or not to jump. TW decided for me." ASHEVILLE, N.C. Herman Binks, haled into police court, on why he doesn't know how many tunes he has been before the po- lice magistrate: "My wife has had me up hen so often that my dog follows the patrol cruisers." HOLLYWOOD A movie ttu- dio spokesman on the possibility of asking Margaret Trumaa to take a screen test to play her own true life role: "But it would be highly prema- ture to say we will ask Mr. Trt> maa to play the piano." BONUS PACK! 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