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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, April 23, 1997 Nelson Perez has been giving terrific hair cuts for the past 16 years. Lord Nelson, "The Clipper" Ask Nelson Perez, owner of and adults $8. "I can give a hair- Lord Nelson Hair Design what he likes best about his job and he'll tell you it's making women look beautiful. Originally from Mill Valley, Nelson started out as a musi- cian, but driRed out of the scene and went to college with thoughts on becoming a teacher. When he decided teaching wasn't what he wanted, he attended beauty col- lege and found his niche. Nelson operated a hair salon in Sebastopol until six years ago when he decided to make Clo- verdale his home and opened Lord Nelson Hair Design, In the past six years, Nelson hasn't raised his rates once. He still offers haircuts for children cut for $8 and do the same, if not a better job, that other stylists are giving for $13," he said. He also offers senior discounts. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, seniors can get a perm and cut for $35; set for $8, or haircut for $7. Nelson has been giving hair- cuts for the past 16 years and keeps on top of all the latest styles. He also offers perms, styl- ing, color, and frosting. Lord Nelsons is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 6 pm; Saturdays 9-4; and closed Sun- days. The salon is located at 233 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale. No appointments needed for haircuts. Phone, 894-9424. Blood bank needs donors Rotarians told "Only 5% of eligible donors give blood in Cloverdale. And most people don't become donors be- cause they aren't asked." Karen Delzell, marketing di- rector for Blood Bank of the Red- woods, made these comments before the Clovrdale Rotary Club recently. Rotarians will be on hand to donate blood when the Blood Bank comes here April 23 at the Fairgrounds. Delzell said there is on ongo- ing need to recruit donors as the number of donors continues to decline. Every day people need transfusions and cancer patients are the number one recipients followed by heart patients and finally trauma. Blood type O Negative can be used by anyone, she explained. There is no upper age limit for donors but you must be 17 or older to give blood The Blood Bank pays $103 per pint for testing before blood can be used. Blood lasts up to 42 days but the supply on hand goes out very quickly and the average shelf life is only eight days. Delzell urged Rotarians to help recruit new donors for this worthwhile cause. New members of the Wine Society, Tflsha LaPant of Exchange Bank; Helen and Alan Furber of Development; Jeff Weiss of Jeff Weiss Realty; were recently presented Wine Center Board of Directors member Vickle Eddinger and Board President Tim Ward. Lutheran Women's League to convene More than 500 women from California, Nevada and Hawaii will attend the 54th Annual Con- vention, Women's Gathering of the Lutheran Women's Mission- ary League beginning Friday evening and ending Sunday af- ternoon, April 25-27 at the Re- sort at Squaw Creek, Squaw Creek, CA. In keeping with the theme, "Soar to New Heights in Christ," participants will be in- spired by Steve Cohen, founder of Apple of His Eye Mission Soci- ety in St. Louis, MO. Don Wharton of Nashville, TN will uplift participants as he brings his testimony through song. Naomi Schilling, from Ida- ho Falls, Idaho, will be the Bible Study Leader. Currently Naomi si serving as the International LWML Vice President for Mis- sion Projects. Convention registrants will also be able to select two of sev- eral focus sessions that will be presented on Saturday, April 26. Focus Session presenters will share what they learned at the International Assembly of Lead- ers held in November in Mil- waukee, we. Delegates will choose Mission Projects for 1997-98. sion Projects are funded i MITE offerings. A ingis ter, dollar, etc. saved on a daily monthly to pay for the projects. One of the ed in 1996 was food for amount of $& sion goal this Attending this from Grace Lutheran rence Dotson, delegate Novak. NEW BUSINESS? i -:--- Remodel & Repair ' =--- / k-ou$rytlOe . Gas & Sewer Lines Tile Installation & Repair c]Z Pl.ml,,., e Drains- Faucet Specialist PROPE$$1ONA& SERVICES s. THOMAS BRUNELLE 894-2482 Pager 325-7422 HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home.  ' Competitive Rates! Great Service! Bill Andrew 435 N. 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