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x DOE Extends Public Comment Lottery Winner " Period for the Proposal to Amend Siting Guidlines for Yucca Mountain in Nye County The U.S. Department of Congress directed DOE in Energy (DOE) has extended fiscal year 1996 to focus on until April 16, 1997, the pub- only those activities necessary lic comment period on its pro- to assess the performance of posal to amend its siting a repository at the Yucca : guidelines (10 CFR Part 960) Mountain site. DOE re- that will be used to determine sponded, in part, by propos- the suitability of the Yucca ing to amend the guidelines as Mountain, in Nye County at part of the Office of Civilian the Nevada Test Site tor de- Radioactive Waste velopment as, a repository for Management's revised Pro- the disposal of spent nuclear gram Plan. The proposed fuel and high-level radioac- amendments would concen- tive waste, trate the regulatory review on The public comment period the analysis of overall reposi- began December 16, 1996, tory performance at Yucca Pahrump resident Mick Kielski and his wife are when the notice of proposed Mountain. This would en- winners of California Lottery Fantasy Fivejack- rulemaking was published in hance DOE's ability to pro- pot of $53,781.00. He purchased the ticket at the Federal Register. The vide the public with a more the Charles Brown General Store in Shoshone comment period was origi- understandable conclusion March 20th choosing his own numbers. So far nally scheduled to last 60 about the suitability of the days, until February 14, Yucca Mountain site for the they are the highest winners Shoshone has had. 1997.At the request of inter- development of a geologic ested members of the public, repository. ' the Department extended the To provide this focus, a new Bishop Veterinary Hospital comment period by 31 days, subpart would be added to the f Tonopah Clinic L until March 17, 1997. To ac- existing guidelines that would  Dr. Lind will be in Tonopah / commodate interested parties, govern the evaluation of the April 2 the Department has provided Yucca Mountain site. Other a second extension of the sections of the uidelines Fr0nt downstairs office - 42 Belm0nl St. comment period of an addi- would be revised only as App0intments/Inl0, Call 482-6453 after 5 p.m. tional 30 days, until April 16, needed to make them consis- Dr. Linda will be in every other Wednesday 1997,thus providing acom- tent with the new subpart. The 8 a.m.- 1 p.m.: Bogs, cats and other small animals, bined comment period of 121 guidelines applicable to site days. screening and comparisons including spays, neutering, dentistry, minor surgery,etc. A public hearing on the pro- would be preserved should 1:30 p.m, - 3:30 p.m.: Horses, cows, elc. they be needed in the future. I NIGHT CLI IC posed amendments was held January 23, 1997, in Las Ve- II I- "Tonopah 5:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m.  []1 gas, Nevada, to receive oral II Round Mountain: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. I| comments. Written comments II Same dates as Tonopah Clinic J| on the proposed amendment ii - w must be received by April 16, 6-DAYAUCTION 1997, to ensure consideration by the DOE. The comments received at the public hearing Auction of the V'mt Greeley Frontier Museum, One of the World's Largest One and those submitted during Owner Westem &Antique CoLlections Pahrump, Nevada the written comment period One Hour from Ix'IS Vegas 111 will assist the DOE in the "'" rulemaking process. April 4th - 5th - 6th and April llth - 12th - 13th. Comments on the proposal 74 Wagons & Buggies Military, Strong Boxes Animal Trophies may be submitted by U.S. (includingHears,Govemor's Sabers& Swords Traps&Hides Surrey, Hand Fire Pumper, Blacksmith Tools Hems-Elk, Deer & mail to April V. Gil, U.S. De- Hook & Ladder, Hose Reels, Calvary Recruiting Scale Texas Longhorns partment of Energy, Office of Circus, Log Arch, Sulkey, Miniature Mining Town Washing Machines Civilian Radioactive Waste Sleighs) Small Gold Mill Telephones(oak, etc.) Management, Yucca Moun- 70Harnesses&Driving Rocker&SlniceBoxes Stoves (including 2 toy) Equipment Water Saw Crockery & Bottles tain Site Characterization Of- Lap Robes, Foot Warmers 8 Miniature Steam Engines Lanterns&Tools rice, P.O. Box 30307, North 95 Saddles&Tack Baby Carriages Coffee Mills, Cameras Los Vegas, NV 89036-0307, Silver Mounted Saddle Large Pots & Cauldrons Typewriters & Office machinery or through electronic mail at Neck Yokes, Bits & Spurs Cobblers Tools Reed Pipe Organ 10CFR960 @ notes.vmo.ov. Chaps & Tapadero's Treadle lw, ather Sewing Machines Grinder Organ - - - Display Horses Carpenter Tools Sewing Machines DOE also operates a toll-free Horse-Drown Equipment Cash Registers, Scales Barber & Dentist Chairs information line, (800) 967- Buggy & Wagon Wheels Roll-Top Bookcase Desk Large Cider Press 3477, for members of the pub- 6' Handcarved Picture Frame Ornate Hall Tree Cheese Cutters w/Cases lic interested in obtaining cop- built w/20,000 pieces Red & Long Hem Chairs Indian Artifacts White Cedar - I of a kind Parlor Table, 3-Mirror Vanity Story Hide, Saddle ies of the notice of proposed Trunks & Primitives Chairs, Mirrors, Baskets Moccasins, Gloves rulemaking or finding out Phonographs, Radios Old Mannequins 62-Arrow Head Displays more about the rulemaking Vintage Clothing & Access. Bells (up to 32" diameter) Purses & Bags, Vests & Jackets Purses, Shoes & Hats Clocks, Churns, Tins Fancy Dance Costume process. Drag Saws, Crosscuts Whiskey & Beer Kegs Peace Pipe, Tools l-Cylinder Gas Water Pumps Button Pictures Beaded Hammer 54 Rifles & Pistols Domestic, Walking Plows Tomahawks & War Clubs Plus Other Items too Numerous to list. No children under 12 INSPECTION: Thursday, April 3rd and Thursday, April 10th - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday - Sunday, April 4th - 5th - 6th and Friday - Sunday, April 1 lth - 12th - I3th - 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. PAYMENT: Payment must be made immediately following the auction by cash, cashier's check or personal or company check accompanied by a letter from the I payer's bank guaranteeing unqualified payment to Western Connection Auction Company. All checks are to be made payable to Western Connection Auction Company. $100 Registration fee, applied toward purchase. CALL FOR BROCHURE I lll II Western Connection Auction Company 2120 Walterway Telephone: (702) 727-7008 Box 6355 FAX: (702) 727-7513 Pahrump, NV 89041 I II II IIII i i Pahrump Valley Gazette; Thursday, March 27, 1997 9 Whirlpool Affordable = Used Cars Why do we sell so many Autos. Simple LOW 0!1 .Jimklcastm- 7r.,l.,iAor -or0mm- I#ff| IVJI# Comet of lin & HW. 160 - Pahmmp Canteen Bakery & Party Shop 1061 E. Second St. (702) 727-7447 Sugar Free Specialty Cakes Pies & Pastry Pies & Bread Assorted Donuts & Goodies Hrs- 4:30 am - 1:30 pm "rues - Sat Corpentru Master Pahrmp . _ Do All Don e Ili_l _ Mobile Ham. Customizing & Ilepirs Floors Sbrting .Set-uF PoUts & llCdJli0 (learicel NCoiag Ilvoilobl Phi 1285 Ext. 12 Location Thermax Clean Care Center Specializing in Steam Cleaning Home Business * Auto * RV - Equipment, Sales and Rentals - Rent the world's best Steam Cleaner (702) 727-1339 $8 for 24 hours 1200 N. 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