[Federal Register Volume 60, Number 179 (Friday, September 15, 1995)]
[Page 47961]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 95-22912]


[NV-930-1430-01; N-42773]

Termination of Segregative Effect and Opening Order for 
Relinquishment of Airport Lease, Nevada

AGENCY: Bureau of Land Management, Interior.

ACTION: Notice.


SUMMARY: This notice terminates the segregative effect of Airport Lease 
N-42773 in its entirety, and opens the land to appropriation under the 
public land laws, including mineral leasing laws, material disposal 
laws, and general mining laws, subject to valid existing rights.

EFFECTIVE DATE: September 15, 1995.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mary Figarelle, Realty Specialist, 
Bureau of Land Management, Winnemucca District Office, 705 E. 4th St., 
Winnemucca, NV 89445 (702) 623-1500.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On October 29, 1985, the public lands 
described below were segregated from all other forms of appropriation 
pursuant to the Act of May 24, 1928 (49 U.S.C. 211-214) as amended by 
the Act of August 16, 1941 ( 55 Stat. 621).

Mount Diablo Meridian, Nevada

T. 44 N., R. 34 E.,
    Sec. 18, E\1/2\W\1/2\.

    The area described contains 20.66 acres more or less in Humboldt 

    On June 11, 1986, the subject lands were leased to the Humboldt 
Hunting Club in Kings River Valley for a period of 20 years. On March 
28, 1994, the Humboldt Hunting Club submitted a notice of their intent 
to relinquish lease N-42773. On July 11, 1995 their relinquishment of 
Airport Lease N-42773, was accepted by the Bureau of Land Management. 
The segregation no longer serves any purpose.
    At 7:30 a.m. on September 15, 1995 the above described land will 
become open to the operation of the general public land laws, subject 
to valid existing rights, the provisions of existing withdrawals, and 
the requirements of applicable laws, rules and regulations. The above 
described lands will become open to the mineral leasing laws, material 
disposal laws, and location under the United States mining laws. 
Appropriation of the land under the general mining laws prior to the 
date and time of restoration is unauthorized. Any such attempted 
appropriation, including attempted adverse possession under 30 U.S.C. 
38, shall vest no rights against the United States. Acts required to 
establish a location and to initiate a right of possession are governed 
by State law where not in conflict with Federal law. The Bureau of Land 
Management will not intervene in disputes between rival locators over 
possessory rights since Congress has provided for such determinations 
in local courts.

    Dated: September 8, 1995.
Ron Wenker,
District Manager, Winnemucca.
[FR Doc. 95-22912 Filed 9-14-95; 8:45 am]