200 pints of blood
town, HO VOLUNTEERS TO GIVE BLOOD TO R,C, FRIDAY One hundred and forty Adams countians--most of them from the Biglerville area--received notices through the mail Tuesday and Wednesday that they have been ffiven the now familiar "appointments "appointments to save lives" by giving a of blood each when the mobile blood donor unit of the Red Cross conies , to Gettysburg from Harrisburg, Fri- 1 day. Fridav's trip will be the third monthly visit of the Red Cross doctors and nurses with their white cots refrigerated cases in which the individual individual pints of blood are stored for immediate shipment to laboratories for final tests and for the separation separation of the plasma from the corpuscles. corpuscles. Friday's appointments begin at 12 o'clock and run through until 4:30 o'clock. No donors have been called in for the morning hours. Radford j H. Lippy, the local blood donor ! service chairman, said that Rotarv j pints of blood can be received starting at 12 o'clock and working steadily until 4:30 or 5 o'clock as train- | under the former system of \ in the morning but interrupting a neon recess.