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30 Thursday, May 8, 1997 Pahnn.p Valley Gazette i F i, | Fi .... State Farm Sells Life Insurance. JEFF BANSER Off751-1515 1311 S. Hwy 160 Fax 751-1616 Res 751-2474 NDO W recommends decrease in deer tags, increase in elk tags Deer tags will decrease while elk tags will be increased for the 1997 season, if Nevada Division of Wildlife recommen- dations are approved by the Nevada Board of Wildlife Com- missioners. NDOW is recommending that mule deer tags be reduced by 5,867, or 2,826 for fide hunter and 2,269 for archers from last year's quotas. Muzzlerloader hunters will see slight increases in their quotas while antlerless (doe) tags will decrease by 825. Management Area 10 in Elko County will see the biggest reductions with about 4,756 fewer tags than last year. NDOW biologists say they found lowest buck to doe ratio ever recorded in Area 10 following last year's hunts. This is believed to be the result of an over estimation of populations in 1996, a higher than expected buck harvest last year and a 48 percent winter fawn loss. Rifle bull elk tags are proposed to be increased by 12 and anflerless (cow) tags by 185. NDOW also proposes a cut in resident desert bighorn sheep tags to 98, which is 12 fewer than 1996. The Wildlife Commission is scheduled to set tag quotas during a meeting Saturday morning in Reno. Wildlife Commission to set tag quotas Deer and big game tag quotas wiU be set by the Nevada Board of W'ddlife Commissioners during a meeting Friday and Saturday attbe Nevada Division of Wildlife, 1100 Valley Road in Reno. The meeting will get un- derway Friday at 10a.m. with the commission being ap- praised of pertinent issues and activities in the 69th Nevada APPOINTtVIENTS WEEKLY Jan McDonald, M.D. Dermatology Clinic Of Nevada, Ltd. Harvard Medical School & Mayo Clinic Trained at Legislative Session. Com- missioners are also scheduled to review expenditures for projects to be funded by the I Summit Family Health Care 1151 S. Hwy 160 I Pahmmp Station Call: 727-5509 Pahrump Medical Center 1501 E. Calvada Call: 727.6060 For Insurance/Billing Questions Call 1-800-752-4338 Diseases of Skin Discoloration Diseases Of Hair Psoriasis Skin Cancer Cosmetic Laser Acne Surgery Spider Veins Chemical Peels Wrinkles. Hair Restoration Skin Surgery Nail Disorders Moles Eczema Wildlife Heritage Account. Saturday's meeting begins at 9 a.m. with the setting of deer and big game quotas. Other agenda items include discussion about a proposed task force to explore deer management alternatives and a temporary regulations to allow resident hunters to obtain two mountain lion tags. Clark County residents Jack Coons and Bob Reid are scheduled to review various Southern Nevada wildlife projects with the commission on Saturday afternoon. The meeting is open to the public and comment periods are scheduled for the conclusion of the morning and afternoon sessions both days. PRIMESTAR BY TSAT 1-800-449-1269 Programming Packages Starting at About a Dollar a Da " ToZal  price is $149.00 anO does r ,nck.m any progmmoz costs, equeme rorUt c(s or ins    .   .  to cred approval Offer va/ Ifxougt) Jy 31,1997. Cannol be c(xnied valh any o(h oner. Oiler avzilal through selecled  . L  tax may a. "'0o not iude -zqar. Based (, selected Zoges Prices are subject )o chan, t.oc sak   . . , X,  and PSS am aalge o t0 umtx ttat cannot recede eat nerk 0-eae. om e local "P,/  a      sece on. 01897 PRIMESTAR BY TSAT,