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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Beatrice, Nebraska Quot a St volunteers contribute to Success of Bloodmobile Many people to contribute their lows families to participate and time for the blood program donate blood for other family Here. Mrs. Norma Martin is members no matter where they chairman of the blood program May reside. Those donating May Here and her entire family is also specify who they want the Active in the program. Her husband Robert is a regular donor and has reached one of the highest gallon donor categories. Then there a mrs. William Scheve a member of the red Cross Board of doctors and blood to be credited to. When a family donates blood they can be assured of receiving blood whenever or wherever it might be needed. For example Clarence Spiker of Warren n.j., the son of William Spilker 105 y2n. 4th, during the Bloodmobile she a in recently underwent heart surcharge of obtaining volunteers Gery and took 19 pints of blood in addition at each visit a during the surgery Church group is in charge of because of the regular Par the canteen. During the visit to citation of the Spilker fannies next week women of holy in Gage county Clarence sphere s s lutheran Church will Ker was assured of getting the a we can make the blood donor feel Welcome in other ways miss bancroft.9�?T by Linda Ulland the Success and maintenance of the red Cross Bloodmobile depends on Community support through the work of volunteers caption. Since she Cai hot without the willingness of peo Nate blood herself this is pie to donate blood the Bloodmobile would not be possible. But it Isnit just the donors who Gram Are invaluable Tor the Success of the Bloodmobile. Is one of the most important programs in the county. Mrs. Goldberg began working with the program s nce its indole Way in which she can contribute to the Success of the pro serve in this capacity. The program is also dependent upon certain Home Extension clubs. Three clubs in Gage county bake cookies for each Bloodmobile visit and the clubs making the cookies rotate so that All Home Extension groups in the county Are involved. This visit the three clubs baking 25 dozen cookies Are Potpourri with mrs. Arnold Kegler of Beatrice president homemakers unlimited of Wymore with mrs. Stielf Erdmann president and Hoag with mrs. Alvin seceding of Plymouth president. In addition the doctors and nurses who work at the Bloodmobile All donate their time for the program. And there Are volunteers who Call donors for a for 20 years mrs. Goldberg ointments at the Bloodmobile needed blood without Cost. Furthermore any member of the family is assured of receiving blood when they need it because of their Active participation in donating. Another Beatrice family has Over the past to years donated More than 80 pints of blood in Beatrice Hastings Lincoln and Minneapolis Minn. Or. And mrs. William Jenks of Beatrice Are regular donors As is a daughter mrs. William Hansen. Another daughter mrs. Peter Lohn of Minneapolis is a regular donor and because of their vast donations when mrs. Lohnis husband had surgery there was no problem getting the blood he needed because of their participation. They too Are assured of obtaining blood whenever and the red Cross Bloodmobile is a program which May involve All aspects of the Community has been working in the can typists registrars canteen work wherever they might need it. To Ere is a group of to the vol a and Hose who help in hand a a a Jirs amp a Quot sing bipod persons a cos Bio i program bile during its visits to Gage must drink a Glass of water to is also a family activity. The and indeed depends on this con county. Many Are people who help restore fluids to their Bod Way in which to is set up a1 tenuous support for its existence. Cannot donate blood and this ies. After that they re request is a Way in which they too de to eat the sandwiches and Home Extension clubs participate at Bloodmobile visits by donating their spare time to bake 25 dozen cookies for the two Day visit. Pictured Here Are several members of the Potpourri Home Extension one of the three clubs baking cookies for this visit. From left mrs. Richard winnow mrs. Dennis Quick mrs. Lynn Christiansen mrs. Jim Lehmann and mrs. Duane Greenquist. Sun photo can participate in what they believe is a most worthwhile program. Mrs. Robert Taylor 1420 paddock Lane is one of these persons. She is one of the Many faithful Bloodmobile volunteers who has been working with the blood program since it began Here 20 years ago. At first mrs. Taylor worked in the canteen but now she spends her time at the Bloodmobile working with registration. A i enjoy working in registration because i can meet so Many people that Way a said mrs. Taylor. She added that it is a Way in which she can make the donors feel Welcome at the Bloodmobile. A the Bloodmobile comes first with me a emphasized mrs. Taylor a a it a a wonderful program for the Community and its very important that we maintain a Many people done to realize How important the program is until they themselves need blood a she said. Mrs. Taylor commended those who Are in charge of the program because of the tremendous Job they do and the dedication with which it is done. More emphasis is being placed on the first time donor she said and added that this is her particular interest As Well. A the blood program is something in which Young people in the Community can participate a she said. Cookes that Are prepared by volunteers. Mrs. Goldberg graciously serves the donors. Mrs. Stump acts in another capacity at the Bloodmobile. She is usually seen sitting at a typewriter gathering pertinent information about each potential donor. Each donor must provide certain information about themselves which is then typed in and Kent on record for future use. For instance if an emergency arises and there is need for a specific blood Type the information mrs. Stump types which has been filed is referred to in order to find a particular donor. Since she and her husband Only moved to Beatrice eight years ago she can to Cla m to have worked with the program As Long As her Mother but she has been working since they moved Here. A it is extremely important that we keep the blood program Here a emphasize mrs. Stump. And in order to do this there must be Volunteer workers As Well As the donors. Mrs. Goldberg added that you never know when you might have to be a blood recipient. Executive Secretary of the red Cross is mrs. Loma Grupe who has served in that capacity for three years. Her work is not limited to the blood program rather she works with All red Cross activities. But when the Bloodmobile is in Beatrice mrs. Grupe is at the Bloodmobile busier thou shouldst is it 4 tit Iii i Iii i Cen a hum Iii it Iii a we do need everyone every than Ever. In addition to Many time a she concluded. Other duties she must keep the a Mother daughter team Are records of donor cards also regular volunteers at the it is also mrs. Grape s Job to Bloodmobile. O b t a i n a donor by looking mrs. Joseph Goldberg of 904 through records when an Emern. 6th and her daughter mrs. Gency arises and a specific Ralph stump 808 Garfield both blood Type must be found agree that the blood program these Are Only a few of the executive Secretary of the red Cross chapter in Gage county is mrs. Loma Grupe who is particularly Busy during the Bloodmobile visits. Here she is pictured with one gallon donor Honor Roll displayed in the red Cross office at the City auditorium. There Are about 440 one gallon donors noted on the Honor Roll. In addition about 120 multiple gallon donors Are honoured on a similar exhibit. Sun photo Bloodmobile visit scheduled Here the red Cross Bloodmobile will make its next two Day visit to Beatrice wednesday and thursday october 14 and 15 at the Beatrice City auditorium. Hours wednesday Are noon to 6 . And on thursday from to . To 4 . Quota for the visit is 162 units each Day for a total of 324 units for the two Day visit. The Bloodmobile will visit Gage county eight times per year two visits less than previously scheduled. In addition the Bloodmobile will no longer visit Wymore. Because Many Wymore residents were donating blood at the Bloodmobile visit in Beatrice it was Felt it would be economically More feasible to eliminate the Wymore visit and make up the quota by raising the Beatrice quotas for each visit. Mrs. Robert Taylor is one of the Many volunteers working at the Bloodmobile during the two Day visits. Because she does not donate blood herself this is a Way in which she can contribute to its Success. A the Bloodmobile comes first with me a says mrs. Taylor and she never Waits to be called to Volunteer but initiates the volunteering herself. Sun photo red Cross blood program provides services to participating chapters nearly 3,000,000 units of blood red Cross program would not to assist with blood collections edit from knowing that a de a r e collected annually from be possible. Are recruited and trained. Bendable Supply of whole blood Volunteer donors for the red at National Headquarters a what does the Bloodmobile and blood products is available Cross Bloodmobile. Medical advisory committee con provide a nearly half the whole for treatment of their patients the Bloodmobile serves peo sisting of physicians and Scien blood used in civilian hospitals hospitals Benefit by having a pie through the red Cross Chap lists serves in an advisory Ca throughout t h e nation Anda source of blood available and ters that reach a combined pop parity. Operational policies Are Large portion of the blood production of 112,000,000 and pro established that conform to red acts. Vides whole blood and blood Cross policy and . Public it provides a Supply of whole components on a regular basis health service regulations for blood and blood products and to 4,300 hospitals. Licensed blood Banks. Training furnishes services to meet All wherever the need exists the and guidance for area and Cen blood needs in a Community the the blood itself and without the red Cross blood program pro Ler Sta a Are provided to assure needs of certain hospitals or necessity of getting replacement a Mil he mite a conformity with the established the blood needs of individual Vides through voluntary donor., standards of operations. Donors or donor groups and whole blood and its components. Through area offices guidance their families wherever they but the Success of the blood to and direct supervision Are pro might be hospitalized bile depends on the support of video to the centers and the through the red Cross blood each Community. Participating chapters making program physicians Are provid because the Community must up a blood Region. De with serum albumin for Access to the referral services offered by centers patients needing blood or blood products Benefit by having their blood needs met without charge for support the program in order to make it successful it becomes necessary for Community members to know exactly what then in the regional blood centers blood is collected in centers and by Bloodmobile emergency treatment of Shock Gamma globulin for Protection against hepatitis and other Dis donors. And most important donors Benefit by knowing their own families blood needs will be met. Donors also derive satisfaction through giving of themselves to help others. And throughout the nation physicians Benefit from the eases fibrinogen for control of knowledge of new products de the blood program does and How equipped and staffed to set up Haemorrhaging in childbirth and Vei oped through red Cross re it is done. Blood collecting stations. Blood vaccinia immune globulin the search efforts hospitals Benefit the program functions through is processed for distribution to Only specific treatment for be from techniques and equipment a network of fixed centers with hospitals and referral service is vere complications from Small developed or tested by the red Mobile units collecting blood offered to hospitals in the re pox vaccination. Cross program patients require in addition the blood program my vaccinia immune globulin serves As a collecting agent for which is available Only through a Mother daughter team mrs. Joseph Goldberg and mrs. Ralph stump Are actively involved in the red Cross blood program. They Volunteer to work at the Bloodmobile during its visits Here and both enthusiastically feel it is one of the most important programs in the county. Sun photo that operate in participating Gion on problem antibody Iden chapters. Tif cation. The program is a service is Down to the local level in to abolished through joint efforts participating red Cross Chap of the red Cross the medical ters Volunteer donors Are re profession hospitals and the crafted to meet the assigned blood for defense needs upon request from government agencies and it conducts a research program to insure maximum red Cross or Large amounts of Gamma globulin Benefit since their physicians can request these products from the red Cross and victims of major Loate on a it be a Lime at is Seo people they serve. Indeed with quotas necessary funds to pay effectiveness of the program out the participation of Many a portion of Center expenses Are in communities served by the disaster Benefit by having their phases of the Community the solicited and volunteers needed blood program physicians Ben Wood needs met. T $

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