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)2F Reno Gazette-Journal Sunday, November 29, 1987 29 firms honored The following 29 Nevada companies i were lauded at the Governor's Conference Ion Tourism for their promotion of tour-;ism: I Glnl Yasuda, Aladdin Hotel, Lai Vegas. Reopened , this year. Jobs created: 1 .600. I Tom Bruasou, American Weal Alrtlnea. In the past 'year, American West added more flights in Nevada, particularly through Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. Current number: 98 daily. Jobs created: 300. f Robert and Marlya Koehfer, owners, Beat Western Sturgeon Restaurant Casino & Motel, Lovelock. Coffee shop was remodeled and 27 rooms were added. Jobs created: 65. ; Mike Allen, Bill's Casino at Lake Tahoe. Bill's is the former Barney's Casino that was purchased and .remodeled by Harrah's. During construction, the project .employed more than 200 people. Jobs created since completion last summer: 533. 'vChu Bluth, Cal Neva Lodge at North Lake Tahoe. .The Cal Neva added two restaurants, a new bar, poker room and two wedding chapels. All rooms have been renovated. Jobs created: 20. : Glenn Schaeffer, Colorado Belle Hotel-Casino in .Laughlln. Circus Circus opened this 800-room establishment last summer. Jobs created: 1 ,650. s Connie Andrews, Eddie's Fabulous 50s Casino and Diner in Reno. Ramada Corp. remodeled the former Mapes Money Tree into a '50s and '60s theme casino. Cost: $9 million. Jobs created: 465. David Zornes, Elko Red Lion. In December 1986, the Red Lion-EIko initiated an airplane junket program to attract out-of-state visitors. It was so successful that last October, the Red Lion purchased a 737 airplane. The program now brings in about 6,000 people a month from 20 states and more than 100 cities, including Kansas City, Minneapolis and Amarillo. Jobs created: 100. Dan Shumny, Flamingo Hilton In Las Vegas. An 800-room hotel tower, new restaurant space, more banquet areas, a health spa, tennis courts and more shopping was completed in October 1986. Cost: $63 million. -Jobs created: 500. Jim Abraham, Gold Coast Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas. This 300-room hotel-casino opened in Las Vegas in December 1986. Jobs created: 1,250. Ferret Hansen, Great Basin National Park. America's newest and Nevada's first national park was formally dedicated in August 1987. In its first year, it has attracted about 70,000 visitors. Jobs created: 20 permanent, 30 seasonal. Tom Yturblde, Harveys Resort Hotel at Lake Tahoe. Yearlong expansion including 378-room hotel tower and 24,000 square feet of additional casino space was completed in September 1987. Jobs created: 500. Dave Zamarln, Holiday Casino in Las Vegas. The Holiday Corp. spent $7 million on a 23.000-square-foot expansion of its casino and restaurant areas. Completed in September 1987. Jobs created: 200-300. ' Norm Goerlnger, Hotel Nevada in Ely. This 60-room hotel was reopened and renovated In May 1987. Jobs created: 55. Inez Rambeau, Imperial Palace Hotel-Casino In Laa Vegas. New 547-room hotel tower was completed in July 1987. Jobs created: 300. Alain Uboldl, Lady Luck Casino-Hotel In Las Vegas. A $20 million, 16-story, 308-room hotel tower was completed In November 1986. Jobs created: 400. Judy Murdoch, Laa Vegas Museum ot Natural History. The $7 million, 70,000-square-foot museum opened March 1987. Jobs created: 27. Barlow White, Nevada Northern Railway Museum In Ely. The museum began offering rides this year on historic railroad equipment. It accommodated 4,650 passengers on 14 days of operation, and 3,000 paid visitors took guided tours of the museum. The museum, open every day from May through October, created three seasonal jobs. Lee Hart, Pacific Southwest Airline. PSA opened regional reservation center In Reno. Jobs created: 350. Andrew Zorne, Park Hotel-Casino in La Vega. Reopened this year. Jobs created: 600. Bob Southail, Reno Hilton. In the past year, the Hilton doubled the size of its casino lounge and added two shops to second-floor lobby. Jobs created: 25. Kathi Luehmann, Peppermill Hotel-Casino in Reno. New hotel tower with 300 rooms was completed in April 1987. It doubled the convention space and added new restaurant and casino area. Jobs created: 600. Jack Sanders and Bob Huffman, Saddle West Casino in Pahrump. A 60-room addition was completed in February 1987. Jobs created: 30. Duke Laramore, Sierra Nevada Gray Line. This northern Nevada motorcoach carrier increased its bus fleet from 47 to 90 and provided all the ground transportation at the recent Great Basin National Park dedication. Jobs created: 17. Lee Weber, Ski Incline at Incline Village. Last month, Ski Incline completed an expansion that doubled the resort's existing terrain and vertical drop and added a new chairlift and a child ski development center. Jobs created: 30. Sharon Mason, Stardust Hotel-Casino in Laa Vegas. Completed May 8, the Boyd Group's $50 million in improvements include a 10,000-square-foot gambling museum, 30,000-square-foot shopping mall, new restaurants, casino area, landscaping and revamped RV park. Jobs created: 12, and a considerable number of rehires from employees temporarily laid off during construction. Tom Yarbrough and Jerry Sun, Tahoe-Biltmore Lodge and Casino. Renovation totaling several million dollars included remodeled casino and restaurant, redecorated rooms, new lobby, lounge and banquet facilities. Jobs created: 55. Gene Sullivan, Wilbur D. May Great Basin Adventure in Reno. This unique children's theme park opened in May 1987 and will eventually encompass 5.5 acres, encompassing activities ranging from a dinosaur exhibit to a petting zoo. During the first year, 20,000 people visited the park, funded by the Wilbur D. May Foundation and Washoe County. Jobs created: 8 seasonal, with 12 jobs projected for next year. Moving when you retire has its drawbacks Is the chilly weather making you yearn to retire to a sun-drenched climate? If so, yearn a while longer. One of the great mistakes older Americans make in deciding where to retire is placing too much emphasis on warmer weather. More important than the weather: lots of varied activities and lots of good friends. Moving expenses can be steep. As a retiree, these expenses probably will not be tax-deductible because you are not moving to take a new job. Selling your old house can be costly, too even if you can defer any profits you make (above the $125,000 exclusion) by buying a house at least as expensive as the one you sold. You will still have to pay a real estate agent for selling your old house, and perhaps pay lawyers when you buy and sell. And there may be house-closing expenses, such as title insurance. Another financial consideration: If you want to find a part-time job during your retirement, you may find it easier in a community where you already have friends and acquaintances. But the key reasons for staying put are psychological. By remaining where you are: You will avoid the trouble of searching for reliable doctors, dentists, electricians, car-repair shops and the like. "Very few of us appreciate how difficult it is for older people to change doctors, attorneys, butchers, dressmakers, banks and churches," says a housing consultant for the American Association of Retired Persons. "They become accustomed to people they deal with on a day-to-day basis. And if they move, they become nostalgic for these old connections." You won't have to create a new cir- Sylvia Porter 4 If you do decide to movethoroughly check out the community you have in mind. 5 cle of friends. Some people easily make new, close friends, but many of us have taken years to develop deep and abiding ties. If you are shy, you might discover that sunny days may not compensate for lonely nights. Says a doctor who retired in his own town in Connecticut: "I don't think you make many new close friends late in life. I've been out of high school for 50 years and I still have very warm relationships with my high school classmates. I don't have that sort of relationship with anyone I've met in the past 20 years." You won't have to notify an army of people about your new mailing address, negotiate sales and purchases of houses, fill out the new, complicated tax returns on selling a residence, shift your medical records and do countless other last-minute things. For guidance on retirement you can ask for help from The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP Office of Communications, 1909 K St. NW, Washington D.C. 20049) or The National Council on The Aging (Retirement Preparation Division, 600 Maryland Ave. SW, West Wing 100, Washington D.C. 20024). Or you can contact your state or area agency on aging. If you do decide to move, thoroughly check out the community you have in mind. Vacation there for a summer or two. Have local real estate brokers show you properties for sale. Subscribe to the local newspaper to learn about problems the area may have and to acquire a sense of the community. Find out what life in the area is like during the off-season. ls anybody around or does your Shangri-la turn into the Sahara for a good part of the year? Inspect any retirement communities personally perhaps by combining a tour with a vacation since you may spend 10, 20 or 30 years of your life there. Most important, ask yourself these questions: How do you envision your retirement home? Is it surrounded by wide-open space and plenty of quiet and privacy, or in the middle of a busy community surrounded by a lot of neighbors? How do you want to spend your time? Hiking and fishing? Traveling frequently to other places? Attending theaters, concerts, other cultural events? How near do you want to be to old friends, children and grandchildren in your retirement years? A sunny climate, a big sky and a patch of ground are not enough to make a happy retirement. Your wisest maneuver, if you can afford it, may be to stay where you are and buy a home in a warmer climate just for the cold days of winter. More and more people are doing just that. Sylvia Porter is a nationally syndicated columnist. I Make it a Radio'Controlled Batteries and battery chargers not included. NIKKO AMERICA INC. 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