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8/17/04

United Blood Services Needs Summer Donors

United Blood Services is still in need of donors. They say increased trauma cases combined with holiday travel have exhausted their reserves especially blood types O negative and A negative.

If you can help, stop by UBS at 48th and University. Requirements are simple, you just need to be in good health, at least 17-years-old, and 110 pounds. Walk-in's are welcome but appointments can speed up the process. Their number is (806) 741-1752.

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