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Unformatted text preview: 3-17-83 Vol. 48 No. 53 Pages 11247-11398 Thursday March 17, 1983 Air Pollution Control Environmental Protection Agency Aircraft Federal Aviation Administration Anchorage Grounds Coast Guard Aviation Safety Federal Aviation Administration Banks, Banking Federal Reserve System Fiscal Service Bridges Coast Guard Fisheries National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Freedom of Information Environmental Protection Agency Hazardous Materials Environmental Protection Agency Income Taxes Internal Revenue Service Marine Safety Coast Guard Marketing Agreements Agricultural Marketing Service Milk Marketing Orders Agricultural Marketing Service C O N T IN U E D IN S ID E n Federal Register / Vol. 48, No. 53 / Thursday, M arch 17, 1983 / Selected Subjects Selected Subjects FEDERAL REGISTER Published daily, Monday through Friday, (not published on Saturdays, Sundays, or on official holidays), by the Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, Washington, D.C. 20408, under the Federal Register Act (49 Stat. 500, as amended; 44 U.S.C. Ch. 15) and the - regulations of the Administrative Committee of the Federal Register (1 CFR Ch. I). Distribution is made only by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. The Federal Register provides a uniform system for making available to the public regulations and legal notices issued by Federal agencies. These include Presidential proclamations and Executive Orders and Federal agency documents having general applicability and legal effect, documents required to be published by Act of Congress and other Federal agency documents of public interest. Documents are on file for public inspection in the Office of the Federal Register the day before they are published, unless earlier filing is requested by the issuing agency. The Federal Register will be furnished by mail to subscribers, free of postage, for $300.00 per year, or $150.00 for six months, payable in advance. The charge for individual copies is $1.50 for each issue, or $1.50 for each group of pages as actually bound. Remit check or money order, made payable to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. There are no restrictions on the republication of material appearing in the Federal Register. Questions and requests for specific information may be directed to the telephone numbers listed under INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE in the READER AIDS section of this-issue. Natural Gas Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Navigation (Water) Coast Guard Price Support Programs Commodity Credit Corporation Railroads Federal Railroad Administration Urban Mass Transportation Administration Rye Federal Grain Inspection Service Television Broadcasting Federal Communications Commission Toys Consumer Product Safety Commission III Contents F ederal R egister Vol. 48, No. 53 Thursday, March 17, 1983 The President PROCLAMATIONS 11247 11266 Loyalty Day (Proc. 5032) Executive Agencies 11268 Navigation aids: Marking of structures, sunken vessels, and other obstructions Regattas and marine parades; safety of Mfe: NJBA Regatta, Colorado River PROPOSED RULES Agricultural Marketing Service RULES 11249 1125Î 11252 11249 Almonds grown in Calif. Milk marketing orders: Southern Illinois Southern Michigan Oranges (navel) grown in Ariz. and Calif. PROPOSED RULES 11276 Oranges (navel) and (Valencia) grown in Ariz. and Calif. 11301 11300 Anchorage regulations: Michigan; cancellation Regattas and marine parades; safety of life: Great Kennebec River Whatever Race NOTICES 11366 11365 Agriculture Department S ee Agricultural Marketing Service; Commodity Credit Corporation; Federal Grain Inspection Service. Committees; establishment, renewals, terminations, etc.: Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee; request for applications for membership Seamen aboard vessels inspected and certificated, occupational safety and health; memorandum of understanding with OSHA Commerce Department S ee International Trade Administration; National Bureau of Standards; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; National Technical Information Service. Air Force Department NOTICES 11311 Meetings: Scientific Advisory Board » Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration Commodity Credit Corporation RULES 11253 Consumer Product Safety Commission NOTICES 11335 Committees; establishment, renewals, terminations, etc.: Life Course and Prevention Research Review Committee et aL PROPOSED RULES 11289 Toy chests; requirements to address strangulation risk 11311 Agency forms submitted to OMB for review NOTICES Arts and Humanities, National Foundation Defense Department S ee Air Force Department; Defense Intelligence Agency; Navy Department. NOTICES 11357 11357 Loan and purchase programs: Milk price support program Meetings: Design Arts Advisory Pahel Media Arts Advisory Panel Defense Intelligence Agency NOTICES Centers for Disease Control 11311 Privacy Act; systems of records NOTICES 11336 Economic Regulatory Administration Grants and cooperative agreements: Tuberculosis control programs; correction NOTICES Civil Rights Commission NOTICES 11305 11305 11305 Meetings; State advisory committees: Illinois Nebraska Vermont 11312 11312 Energy Department S ee Economic Regulatory Administration; Energy Information Administration; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Hearings and Appeals Office, Energy Department. Coast Guard RULES 11269 11268 11269 Anchorage regulations: Louisiana Wisconsin, correction Drawbridge operations: Maine Powerplant and industrial fuel use; electric utility conservation: Plan receipts; approval Remedial orders: Hudson Oil Co. Energy Information Administration NOTICES 11313 Agency forms submitted to OMB for review 4 Federal Register / Vol. 48, No. 53 / Thursday, M arch 17, 1983 / Contents IV Environmental Protection Agency RULES 11271 11270 Air quality implementation plans; approval and promulgation; various States, etc.: Oregon Freedom of Information Act; implementation PROPOSED RULES 11301 11302 Hazardous waste programs; interim authorizations; State programs: Missouri Pesticide programs: Data requirements for registration; comment period reopened 11320, 11325 11314 11317 Fédéral Grain Inspection Service PROPOSED RULES 11276 NOTICES 11333 11333 11390 Pesticide registration guidelines; availability Toxic and Hazardous substances control: ' Premanufacture notification requirements; test marketing exemption approvals Natural Gas Policy Act: Jurisdictional agency determinations (2 documents) Small power production and cogeneration facilities; qualifying status; certification applications, etc.: Boone Valley Cooperative Processing Association Pacific Wind Systems Rye; standards; review of existing regulations Federal Highway Administration NOTICES 11366 Environmental statements; availability, etc.: Travis and Williamson Counties, Tex.; intent to prepare Federal Aviation Administration Federal Maritime Commission RULES NOTICES Aircraft registration: Rotorcraft; location and size of identification marks 11334 11373 Complaints filed: Prudential "Lines, Inc., et al. Meetings; Sunshine Act PROPOSED RULES 11285- VOR Federal airways (3 documents) 11287 11288 VOR Federal airways and jet routes Federal Railroad Administration RULES 11272 Federal Reserve System Federal Communications Commission RULES PROPOSED RULES 11302 Television stations; table of assignments: Alaska Conrail commuter service operations; transfer 11255 Interest on deposits (Regulation Q): Early withdrawal penalty; temporary suspension; California NOTICES Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation NOTICES 11371, 11372 Meetings; Sunshine Act (5 documents) 11334 11335 Federal Election Commission 11334 11373 NOTICES 11373 Meetings; Sunshine Act Applications, etc.: Middle States Bancorporation, Inc. Skylake Bankshares, Inc. Bank holding companies; proposed de novo nonbank activities: Northwest Bancorporation et al. Meetings; Sunshine Act (2 documents) Federal Trade Commission NOTICES Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 11335 PROPOSED RULES 11299 Natural Gas Policy Act; ceiling prices for high cost natural gas produced from tight formations; various States: Texas NOTICES 11314 11315 11315 11316 11316, 11317 11316 11318 11319 11314 11319 11330 11330 11330 11331 11331 Hearings, etc.: Alabama Power Co. Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co. (2 documents) Empire District Electric Co. (2 documents) Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District Idaho Power Co. (2 documents) Locke, Frank R. Public Service Commission of New York Public Service Co. of Indiana Sears, C. Frederick Sierra Pacific Power Co. Southern Natural Gas Co. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. United Gas Pipe Line Co. Upper Peninsula Power Co. Washington Water Power Co. Premerger notification waiting periods; early terminations Fiscal Service RULES 11261 Checks drawn on U.S. Treasury: Reclamation authority; offset requirements; temporary Health and Human Services Department S ee Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration; Centers for Disease Control; Human Development Services Office; National Institutes of Health; Public Health Service. Hearings and Appeals Office, Energy Department NOTICES 11331 Applications for exception: Decisions and orders Human Development Services Office NOTICES 11394 Grant applications and proposals; closing dates: Runaway and homeless youth program Fed eral Register / Vol. 48, No. 53 / Thursday, M arch 17, 1983 / Contents Interior Department S ee also Land Management Bureau; Minerals Management Service; Mines Bureau. NOTICES 11346 Wilderness inventory decisions; Colorado Internal Revenue Service RULES 11256 Income taxes: Thrift institutions filing consolidated returns; bad debt deduction International Trade Administration n o t ic e s 11305 11307 11308 11307 11343, 11344 11337 11340 11341 11338, 11343, 11344 Interstate Commerce Commission 11349 11348 11354 11348 11355 11356 Motor carriers: Holding companies; removal of extraordinary financial conditions; final policy statement Permanent authority applications Permanent authority applications; restriction removals Motor carriers; control, purchase, and tariff filing exemptions, etc.: Russ Transport, Inc., et al. Petitions, applications, finance matters (including temporary authorities), alternate route deviations, intrastate applications, gateways, and pack and crate Rail carriers; contract tariff exemptions: Norfolk & Western Railway Co. et al. Railroad operation, acquisition, construction, etc.: Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Co.; abandonment exemption Justice Department Minerals Management Service NOTICES 11346 11345 11346 Outer Continental Shelf; oil, gas, and sulphur operations; development and production plans: General American Oil Co. of Texas Superior Oil Co. Union Oil Co. of California Mines Bureau NOTICES 11345 Agency forms submitted to OMB for review National Aeronautics and Space Administration NOTICES 11357 Meetings: Aeronautics Advisory Committee National Bureau of Standards NOTICES 11309 Meetings: International Legal Metrology Advisory Committee National Highway Traffic Safety Administration PROPOSED RULES 11303 NOTICES 11356 Sale of public lands: New Mexico Oregon Wyoming Survey plat filings: Minnesota (6 documents) x Countervailing duties: Fireplace mesh panels from Taiwan Float glass from Belgium; revocation Sugar content of certain articles from Australia Export profiles, worldwide, for U.S. exporters marketing their products overseas; inquiry NOTICES 11354 Motor vehicles, off-road, etc.; area closures and openings: California (2 documents) Motor vehicle safety standards: Passenger cars; fuel system integrity evaluation report; extension of time Agency forms submitted to OMB for review National Institutes of Health Labor Department S ee Occupational Safety and Health Administration. NOTICES 11336 11336 Meetings: President’s Cancer Panel Pulmonary Diseases Advisory Committee Land Management Bureau NOTICES 11342 11339 11341 11339 11343 11338 11337 11337 11337 Airport leases: Wyoming Exchange of public lands for private land: Oregon Utah Leasing of public lands: Montana Meetings: Bakersfield District Advisory Council Carson City District Advisory Council Casper District Advisory Council Eugene District Advisory Council Phoenix/Lower Gila Resource Areas Grazing Advisory Board; correction National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration RULES 11274 Fishery conservation and management: Tanner crab off Alaska; closure PROPOSED RULES 11304 Fishery conservation and management: Swordfish; South Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, New England, and Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Councils; hearings NOTICES 11310 11310 11309 Marine mammal permit applications, etc.: Kelly, Dennis Sea World, Inc. Southwest Fisheries Center V F ed eral Register / Vol. 48, No. 53 / Thursday, M arch 1 7 ,1 9 8 3 / Contents VI NOTICES Treasury Department S ee Fiscal Service; Internal Revenue Service. Patent licenses, exclusive: Evergreen Scientific Co. Unlimited Pegasus, Inc. RULES National Technical Information Service 11310 11310 National Transportation Safety Board Urban Mass Transportation Administration 11272 NOTICES 11360 Separate Parts in This Issue Accident reports, safety recommendations, and responses, etc.; availability Navy Department Conrail commuter service operations; transfer 11390 Part II Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration 11394 Part Hi Department of Health and Human Services, Human DeveHqpment Services Office NOTICES 11312 Privacy Act; systems of records Nuclear Regulatory Commission NOTICES 11357 11358 11358 11358 11358 11359 11359 11360 11373 11360 11359 Applications, eta: Connecticut Yarikee Atomic Power Co. Consumers Power Co. Louisiana Power & Light Co. Pennsylvania Power & Light Co. et al. Philadelphia Electric Co. Public Service Co. of Colorado Southern California Edison Co. et al. Export and import license applications for nuclear facilities or materials (Exxon Nuclear Co. e t al.) Meetings; Sunshine Act Regulatory guides; issuance, availability, and withdrawal Safety analysis and evaluation reports; availability, etc.: Public Service Co. of New Hampshire et al. Occupational Safety and Health Administration NOTICES 11365 Seamen aboard vessels inspected and certificated by Coast Guard, occupational safety and health; memorandum of understanding with Coast Guard Public Health Service NOTICES 11336, 11337 Organization, functions, and authority delegations: Health Resources and Services Administrator (2 documents) Railroad Retirement Board NOTICES 11363 11374 General fund borrowing authority in FY 1983; Over fifty percent; report to President and Congress Meetings; Sunshine Act Research and Special Programs Administration NOTICES 11367 Hazardous materials: Applications; exemptions, renewals, etc. Transportation Department S ee Coast Guard; Federal Aviation Administration; Federal Highway Administration; Federal Railroad Administration; National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Research and Special Programs Administration; Urban Mass Transportation Administration Federal Register / Vol. 48, No. 53 / Thursday, M arch 17, 1983 / Contents CFR PARTS AFFECTED IN THIS ISSUE A cum ulative lis t o f th e parts a ffe cte d th is m onth can be found in the Reader A ids section a t the end o f th is issue. 3 CFR Proclamations: 5032............... 11247 7 CFR 907................. 11249 981....................................... 11249 1032.. .............................. 11251 1040..................................... 11252 1430...... 11253 Proposed Rules: 810..................................... 11276 907 ..................... ....11 2 7 6 908 ....................... 11276 12 CFR 217........... 11255 14 CFR 45......................................... 11390 Proposed Rules: 71 (4 docum ents)...........1128511288 75........ .......... .:.................. 11288 16 CFR Proposed Rules: 1500........................... 1513.. ................... 11289 11289 18 CFR Proposed Rules: 27.. ........ 11299 26 CFR 1 .......................................11256 31 CFR 240....................................... 1126.1 33 CFR 64......................................... 11266 66.. ................. ............... 11266 100.......................................11268 110 (2 docum ents)........... 11268, 11269 11269 117........................... Proposed Rules: 100........... ..........................11300 110.......................................11301 40 CFR 2 .................... ...1 1 2 7 0 52....................................... 11271 Proposed Rules: 123............ ......11301 158....................................... 11302 47 CFR Proposed Rules: 73....................................... 11302 49 CFR 670 ..................................11272 Proposed Rules: 571.......................................11303 50 CFR 671 ............................... : 11274 Proposed Rules: 630......................................11304 K |^ V II 11247 Federal R egister Presidential Documents Vol. 48, No. 53 Thursday, March 17, 1983 Title 3— Proclam ation 5032 of M arch 15, 1983 The President Loyalty Day, 1983 B y the President of the United S tates of A m erica A Proclam ation It w as once w ritten that A m erica is great b ecau se it is good, and if A m erica ever ceases to be good, A m erica will ce a se to be great. So long as A m ericans rem ain faithful— in deeds as well as thought— to the ideals em bodied in our Constitution and furthered in our free institutions, our N ation’s greatn ess will flourish. A m ericans have fought, and m any have died, to preserve the blessings of liberty in this fair land. E ach of us has the opportunity to honor these sacrifices and to renew our com m itm ent to A m erican ideals as w e go about our daily lives. W hen w e p articipate in a free election, extend a helping hand to a neighbor, live responsible and productive lives, or teach a child through our own actions that all people are equal under the law, w e m anifest our allegiance to this great country. W e must never take our precious freedom s for granted. Rather, from time to time w e must red ed icate ourselves to the magnificent ideals of our great d em ocracy— liberty, justice, and dignity for all mankind. F or this purpose, the Congress, by joint resolution approved July 18, 1958 {72 Stat. 369; 36 U.S.C. 162), has designated M ay 1 of each y e a r as Loyalty Day, a day for reflection upon our national institutions, our heritage of freedom, and w hat it m eans to be an Am erican. N O W , TH EREFO RE, I, RONALD REAGAN, President of the United S tates of A m erica, do hereby proclaim Sunday, M ay 1, 1983, as Loyalty Day and call upon all A m ericans and patriotic, civic, and educational organizations to observe that day with appropriate cerem onies. I call upon all governm ent officials to display the flag of the United S tates on all Government buildings and grounds on that day. IN W ITN ESS W H EREO F, I have hereunto set my hand this 15th day of M arch, in the y ear of our Lord nineteen hundred and eighty-three, and of the Independence of the United S tates of A m erica the two hundred and seventh. [FR Doc. 83-7211 Filed 3 -1 6 -8 3 ; 11:21 am] Billing code 3 195-01-M 11249 Rules and Regulations F ederal R egister Vol. 48, No. 53 Thursday, March 17, 1983 This section o f th e FEDERAL REGISTER contains regulatory docum ents having general a p p lica b ility and legal e ffe ct, m ost of which are keyed to and codified in the Code o f Federal R egulations, w hich is published under 50 title s pursuant to 44 U.S.C. 1510. The Code o f Federal R egulations is sold by the Superintendent o f D ocum ents. Prices o f new books are liste d in the first FEDERAL REGISTER issue o f each month. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Agricultural Marketing Service 7 CFR Part 907 [Navel Orange Reg. 570; Navel Orange Reg. 569, Arndt 1] Navel Oranges Grown in Arizona ...
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