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PRIVATE LAW 89-365-OCT. 15, 1966

[80 STAT.

Private Law 89-365 October 15, 1966

^ • • " ^'*-i ^ U.S. oil and gas lease,lessees.

60 Stat. 956.

AN

ACT

To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to reinstate a certain oil and gas lease. Be it eriocted by the Senate and Hou-^e of Representatives of the United States of A7nenca in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior shall receive, consider, and act upon any petition of the lessees of the United States oil and gas lease (New Mexico 0291835), filed within one hundred and eighty days after the eflfective date of this Act, for reinstatement of said lease and may reinstate such lease in accordance with the provisions of section 31(c) of the Mineral Leasing^ Act of 1920, as amended (30 U.S.C. 188(c)). Approved October 15, 1966.

Private Law 89-366 October 16, 1966 [S. 1375]

Claudius C. Toone and other s.

AN ACT Providing a method for determining the amount of compensation to which certain individuals are entitled as reimbursement for damages sustained by them due to the cancellation of their grazing permits by the United States Air Force. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Congress hereby finds and declares that Claudius C. Toone, of Morgan, Utah; W. E. and David Dearden, of Henefer, U t a h; Robert Byram and Sons, of Ogden, U t a h; Joseph O. Fawcett, of Henefer, Utah; and Richins Brothers, of Henefer, Utah, are equitably entitled to compensation for damages sustained by them because of the cancellation of their grazing permits by the United States Air Force as a result of a need for additional land for the Wendover bombing range. SEC. 2. The Secretary of the Air Force is hereby authorized and directed to determine and pay the amount of compensation to which such persons are equitably entitled for damages because of the cancellation of their grazing permits. Such determination shall be made in accordance with criteria established in the usual cases where grazing permits are canceled as the result of withdrawals by a Federal department or agency. Approved October 16, 19 66.

Private Law 89-367 November 2, 1966 [H. R. 1269]

H. F o s t e r Hunter.

AN ACT For the relief of H. Foster Hunter. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That H. Foster Hunter, of Washington, District of Columbia, is hereby relieved of liability to the United States in the amount of $•1,964.66, the amount owed by him to the United States on account of erroneous class E allotment payments received by his former wife without his knowledge between March 1, 1943, and August 31, 1948. I n the audit and settlement of the accounts of any certifying or disbursing officer of the United States, credit shall be given for any amount for which liability is relieved by this Act. Approved November 2, 1966.