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Repo~er Wednesday, Jan, 17, 2001 l :! Area Classifieds MIKE PUBLISHER [i?i :i! i :fi! i! i l'a S TO CLOSE ITS DOORS the Chester area for the past 13 years, has decided to close Chester Appli- really going to miss my customers, this is place to do business, but it's time to said. Chris said he has begun liquidat- )ool and Kitchen Aide appliances and ns at his Main St. store and expects to by the middle of February. REP TO GIVE UPDATE AT CHAMBER MIXER, POTLUCK rom tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 25, the ysician's wages meet national average By Mary Kathleen West called other district hospitals Staff to do a salary comparison. "'You hear our doctors are In talking with Plumas Dis- paid too much," said CEO Ray trict Hospital, he learned the Marks of the Seneca Health- physicians there work only care District in speaking to the four days a week and cover Chester Rotary Club Jan. 11. neither the ER nor Obsteterics "'As a matter of fact," added (OB), while earning approxi- Marks, "I was recently ap- mately$200,000ayear. proached by a resident in Holi- Marks said Plumas District day Market who asked me if it pays an additional $300,000- was true that Dr. Ware earns $400,000 a year to provide ER $2 million a year." coverage. "This is typical of the ru- Marks said Seneca physi- mors you hear about the sup- clans, on the other hand, work posed 'sweetheart deals' the seven days a week and cover physicians have in their con- ER and OB, while averaging tracts," said Marks. about $195,000 a year. Marks told the club that, in Marks told the club that the response to the frequent criti- average salary for a physician cism that Seneca physicians' in the United States is $194,000. contracts need scrutiny, he Almanor Chamber of Commerce is annual potluck mixer at the Elks Lodge at 5:30 p.m. with no-host cocktails. A rep- r-one books arrive from Dyer Mountain will give an update The 2001-02 edition of the lo- Other features include a vol- project. Call the Chester Chamber at cally-produced Plumas-Lassen untarylisting of email ad- Connection telephone directo- dresses in both counties, more details, ry is off the presses and is now handy street maps of nearly being delivered to homes and every community in the re- JOINS 'HAIR IT IS' IN QUINCY businesses throughout gion, money saving coupons, new owner of what was for decades Plumas, Lassen and Sierra frequently used toll free num- Toby's Hair Salon, but is now known as Counties. The core of the deliv- hers, U.S. area codes and a re- welcomes Rhonda Herndon to her staff, cries are again being accom- verse directory. arid her family moved to Quincy from Bur- ptished by students from our The Connection again this she had been doing hair--specializing in local high schools as one of year features artwork by Lake rms--since 1994. their major fund raisers. Almanor artist Pat Kurtz. Her This unique phone book, pub- watercolors are used on MAKER lished locally by Feather Pub- checks and brochures for lo- new owner of Express Yourself lishinR Company, combines all cally-owned Plumas Bank, in Chester, has added an espresso maker the residential and yellowwho has helped make this all types oflattes and espresso drinks, page listings from Plumas,book possible by sponsoring Lassen and eastern Sierra the cover for the past six Counties. That. coupled with years. Delivering the book to FINANCIAL ADVISOR its convenient size, large easy- local residents in Plumas you will see more of local land owner to-read typeface and unclut- County has become a popular Quincy resident Rick Leonhardt in his tered yellow pages, have made and fun fund raising effort for .~ as a financial advisor for Morgan Stanley it the phone book of choice by the four local high schools. Rick and his wife, Tiffany, and daugh- the vast majority of residents Students working in teams now live in Redding where he is head- throughout the three county with adult supervision are giv- However, his territory includes Plumas area since its inception six en detailed maps for their area Where he provides complete financial and in- years ago. for distribution door to door. services. AT COYOTE BAR AND GRILL Peggers are having a cribbage tour- at the Coyote Bar and Grill in Graeagle on Jan. 20. We're told it's open to both men with the pegging to start at noon. BROADCAST ON SOCIAL SECURITY Quincy area investment representative Jones, is hosting a live satellite broad- 30 from 2-3p.m. titled "Social Security is Bill Hunot, public affairs specialist for Security Administration, and Gall Buckn- Vice president for Putnam Investments, several topics that include how to get the social security and how to create an in- several investments. Seating is so call Steve's Quincy office if you QUINCY OFFICES WIN AWARDS of Coldwell Banker Kehr/O'Brien in Pioneer Realty in Quincy, for the year be honored at the International Coldwell conference in Tampa, Florida in Chester real estate office will be recog- the #1 office in the Western Region for buy- sales and gross commissions for the of 2000 for small offices. The PresS- given to the top 4 percent of the Coldwell Banker agents internationally, Jerry Kehr and Cathy Kuersten. Randy Cassity, Arlie Holland, Billy Taylor will receive the President's Circle honor given to the top 12 percent. Dan Foos, and Duane Rohrer will receive the award for being gin the top 20% receives the Sterling Society his efforts in making the top 27 percent in- Additionally, Tim will also receive the Award for Excellence, honoring the top 10 percent nationally. DEDUCT COMMUTING COSTS? MAYBE deduct ordinary commuting costs. But there are that can be written off-in full on a Schedule seif.-employed or, as miscellaneous unreimbursed employee insofar as they exceed 2 percent of AGI. What's accountable plans under which the employer pays that the employee substantiates. stance, if you are out of town on business, local costs between the hotel and business calls are all *le. Ditto travel costs to and from" temporary work even within your usual metropolitan area. If you are ~f town on a work assignment, traveling to and from that ie, even if the assignment isn't temporary. at home, travel costs to other work location can only do this if the home office is at the convenience. you follow the rules, crossing the "t's" and dotting I! find the knowhow you need at: 307 W. Main St., Quincy 283-0680 Open Fri. 12-5 Sat. 10-5 Sun. & Mon. 10-4 112 Hwy 89 Graeagle Which is right for you? on planning t Need to finance a rement? college education? ional IRA or Roth An Education IRA can help you h offering unique tax [for higher education expenses. ]advantages, can helpyou build rement nest egg. II can help you choose the IRA [that s right for you. Call or stop by my office for complete information. Steve King 546 Lawr~cc St., Placer Square, Quincy 800-995-0253. (530)283-4061 Photo by Mary Kathleen West Addressing the issue of physician's contracts Jan. 11, Seneca Healthcare District CEO Ray Marks told Chester Rotary Club members, -Seneca physicians do not have a sweetheart deal." eeo nEtP Business development services available! Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with fii!] Small Business Development Center Counselors J! Financial Sourcing * Business Planning, etc. * DemoMaphtc Infonnatl~ (530) 283-3739 "Help protect your home sweet home:' Kirk Lambert U. # 04968~4 ~& Laml~tt 888-251-5512 530-832-5512 Chris Jones Lie, # 0A55766 I~ Slma Inlmmee 800-468-1233 530-268-3477 ~u'm ~ goea ~ If your banker can't find communit It's time to change Dane essore and mor these days, txmken are miles and miles away in another part of California, or in another state. "l'ney don't know the problems facing businesses in Northeastern Oalifomio. And how importcmt is our community to them anyw l? When is the last lime you sat down with your loan oi io r at your business to talk over your plans and needs? Local Plumas Bank bankers can mal , decisions right in our area, right now. And when a problem or opportunity comes up, how fast can you get a solution? So call your local Plumas Bank small business banker today and make an appointment to sit down and discuss your ideas and needs. And be assured, we know where to find you. "Locai people serving Iocalneeds"