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HUM~E UBRARY

UITED S tF2ZPR ENT OF AGRICULTURE


1.FA.S- Uivof lordaashington, March 31, 1969



CCC Monthly Sales List for April 1969:

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced today the price at which

Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) commodity holdings are available for` sale

beginning at 3:00 p.m., EST, on March 31, 1969, and, subject to amendment,

continuing until superseded by the May Monthly Sales List.

The following commodities are available: cotton (upland and extra

long staple), wheat, corn, oats, barley, flaxseed, rye, rice, grain sorghum,

peanuts, tung oil, butter, cheese, and nonfat dry milk.

Cottonseed meal is deleted from the list of commodities.

Information on the availability of commodities stored in CCC bin sites

may be obtained from Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service

State offices shown at the end of the sales list, and for commodities stored

at other locations from ASCS commodity and grain offices also shown at the

end of the list.

Corn, oats, barley or grain sorghum, as determined by CCC, will be

sold for unrestricted use for "Dealers' Certificates" issued under the

emergency livestock feed program. Grain delivered against such certificates

will be sold at the applicable current market price, determined by CCC.



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UNIV~OF FLUBI.
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U.S. DEPOSITORY






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In the following listing of commodities and sale prices or method of sales,

"unrestricted use"' applies to sales which permit either domestic or export use

and '"export" applies to sales which require export only. CCC reserves the right

to determine the class, grade, quality and available quantity of commodities

listed for sale.

The COC Monthly Sales List, which varies from month to month as additional

commodities become available or commodities formerly available are dropped, is

designed to aid in moving CCC's inventories into domestic or export use through

regular commercial channels.

If it becomes necessary during the month to amend this list in any material

way -- such as by the removal or addition of a commodity in which there is general

interest or by a significant change in price or method of sale -- an announcement

of the change will be sent to all persons currently receiving the list by mail

from Washington. To be put on this mailing list, address: Director, CommodityI

Operations Division, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, U.S.

Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.

Interest rates per annum under the CCC Export Credit Sales Program (Announce-

ment GSM-41) for April1 1969 are 6 3/8 percent for U.S. bank obligations

and 7 3/8 percent for foreign bank obligations. Commodities now eligible for

financing under the CCC Export Credit Sales Program include oats, wheat, wheat

flour, barley, bulgur, corn, cornmeal, grain sorghum, upland and extra long

staple cotton, milled and brown rice, tobacco, cottonseed oil, soybean oil,

dairy products, tallow, lard, breeding cattle, and rye. Upland cotton produced

on "export market acreage" is eligible for financing. Commodities purchased from

CCC may be financed for export as private stocks under Announcement OSM-4.


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Information on the CCC Export Credit Sales Program and on commodities available

under Title 1, P.L. 480, private trade agreements, and current information on interest

rates and other phases of these programs may be obtained from the office of the

General Sales Manager, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,

Washington, D.C. 20250.

The following commodities are currently available for new and existing barter

contracts: oats, cotton (upland and extra long staple) and tobacco. In addition,

private stocks of corn, grain sorghum, barley (other than malting barley), oats,

wheat and wheat flour and milled and brown rice, under Announcement PS-1, as

amended; tobacco under Announcement PS-3; cottonseed oil and soybean oil under

Announcement PS-2; and upland and extra long staple cotton under Announcement PS-4;

are eligible for programming in connection with barter contracts covering procure-

ment for Federal agencies that will reimburse CCC. (However, Hard Red Winter 13

percent protein or higher, Hard Red Spring 14 percent protein or higher, Duruma

wheats, and flour produced from these heats may not be exported under barter

through West Coast ports.) Further information on private-stock commodities may

be obtained tran the Office of Barter and Stockpiling, Foreign Agricultural Service,

USDA, Washington, D.C. 20250.

The CCC will entertain offers from responsible buyers for the purchase of any

commodity on the current list. Offers accepted by CCC will be subject to the terms

and conditions prescribed by the Corporation. These terms include payment by cash

or irrevocable letter of credit before delivery of the commodity and the conditions

require removal of the commodity from CCC stocks within a reasonable period of time.

Where sales are for export, proof of exportation is also required, and the buyer

is responsible for obtaining any required U.S. Government export permit or license.

Purchase from CCC shall not constitute any assurance that any such permit or license

will be granted by the issuing authority.


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Applicable announcements containing all terms and conditions of sale will be

furnished upon request. For easy reference a numer of these announcements are

identified by code number in following list. Interested persons are invited to

communicate with the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, USDA,

Washington, D.C. 20250, with respect to all commodities or -- for specified

commodities -- with the designated ASCS commodity office.

Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right to amend from time to time,

any of its announcements. Such amendments shall be applicable to and be made a

part of the sale contracts thereafter entered into.

CCC reserves the right to reject any or all offers placed with it for the

purchase of commodities pursuant to such announcements.

CCC reserves the right to refuse to consider an offer, if CCC does not have

adequate information of financial responsibility of the offerer to meet contract

obligations of the type contemplated in this announcement. If a prospective

offerer is in doubt as to whether CCC has adequate information with respect to his

financial responsibility, he should either submit a financial statement to the

office named in the invitation prior to making an offer, or communicate with such

office to determine whether such a statement is desired in his case. When satis-

factory financial responsibility has not been established, CCC reserves the right

to consider an offer only upon submission by offerer of a certified or cashier's

check, a bid bond, or other security, acceptable to CCC, assuring that if the

offer is accepted, the offerer will comply with any provisions of the contract

with respect to payment for the commodity and the furnishing of performance bond

or other security acceptable to CCC.

Disposals and other handling of inventory items often result in small quanti-

ties at given locations or in qualities not up to specifications. These lots are

offered by the appropriate ASCS office promptly upon appearance and therefore,

generally, they do not appear in the monthly Sales List.

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On sales for which the buyer is required to submit proof to CCC of expor-

tation, the buyer shall be regularly engaged in the business of buying or

selling commodities and for this purpose shall maintain a bona fide business

office in the United States, its territories or possessions and have a person,

principal or resident agent upon whom service of judicial process may be had.

Prospective buyers for export should note that generally, sales to

United States Government agencies, with only minor exceptions, will consti-

tute domestic unrestricted use of the commodity.

Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right, before making any sales,

to define or limit export areas.

Exports to certain countries are regulated under the Export Control Act

of 1949. These restrictions also apply to any commodities purchased from

the Commodity Credit Corporation whether sold for restricted or unrestricted

use. Countries and commodities are specifically listed in the U.S. Department

of Commerce Comprehensive Export Schedule. Additional information is avail-

able from the Bureau of International Commerce or from the field offices of

the Department of Commerce.





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Markup In-Store:
EXAMPLES
Received By:
: Rail, or: M~pls. No. 1 DNS (1.56) 1158 + -15 1.95
Truck : Barge : Portland No. 1 SW (1.44) 1158 + .15 1.81
: K. C. No. 1 HRW (1.44) 115%k + .15 1.81
.171 .15 : Chicago No. 1 RW (1.46) 1154 + *15 1.83


EXPORT:

A. CCC will sell limited quantities of Bard Ried Winter
and Hard Red Spring wheat at west coast ports at
domestic market price levels for export under
Announcement G;R-345 (Revision IV, October 30, 196j7,
as amended) as follows:

(1) Offers will be accepted subject to the
purchasers' furnishing the Portland ASCS
Branch Office with a Notice of Sale con-
taining the same information (excluding
the payment or certificate acceptance
number) as required by exporters who wish
to receive an export payment under GR-345.
The Notice of Sale must be furnished to
the Commodity Office within five calendar
days after the date of purchase.


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Caommoity Sales Price or Miethod of Sale


Wheat, bulk UNRESTIRICTED USE:

A. Storable

All classes of wheat in C00 inventory are available
for sale at market price but not belowl 115e of the
1968 price-support loan rate for the class, grade,
and protein of the wheat plus the markup shown in C
below applicable to the type of carrier involved.

B. N~onstorable

At not less than market price, as determined by C00.

C* Nhhrkups and Ehamples (D~ols./Bu. In-Stor~el/


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Commodity Sales Price or Nethod of Sale


Wheat bulk
(cofnt' d)


(2) Sales will be made only to fill dollar.
market sales abroad and exporter must
show export from the west coast to a
destination west of the 170th meridian,
west longitude, and east of the 60th
meridian, east longitude, and to
countries on the west coast of Central
and South America. Dollar sales shall
mean sales for dollars and sales
financed with 000 credit.


B. C00 will sell wheat for export under Announcement GR-261
(Revision II Janua~ry 9, 1961, as amended and
supplemented subject to the following:

(1) All classes will be sold adbject to offers
which include the price at which the buyer
proposes to purchase the wheat.


(2)


All classes will be sold to fill dollar
market sales abroad and export must show
export from the west coast to a destination
within the geographical limitation shown
in A (2) above.


C. CCC will not sell wheat under Announcement GR-346 until
further notice.

AVAILABLE:

thicago, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Portland ASCS
offices.


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Markup In-Store .-13

EXAMPLES
Feed Grain Program Domestic PIK Certificate Minimums
NbI~ean Co., Ill. (1.09 + .021) 115% + .13 1.42

Agricultural Aict of 1349 Statutory Minimums
Mc~ean Co., Ill. (1.09 + .02) + .19) lo5% + .13 1.50


AVAILABLE

Chicago, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Portland ASCS grain
offices.


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Commodity .Sales Price or Method of Sale

Corn, bulk UNRESTRICTED US]E:

A. Redemption of Domestic Payment-In-Kilnd Certificates:

Market price as determined by 000, but not less than
115Q of the applicable 1968 price-support loan rate 2/
for the class, grade, and quality of the corn, plus the
markup shown in C of this unrestricted use section.,

B. General Sales

1. Storable

Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less
than the Agr~icultural Act of 1949 formula minimum
price for such sales which is lo5Q of the applicable
1968 price support rate 2/ (published loan rate plus
19#C per bushel) for the class, grade, and quality of
the corn, plus the markup shown in C of this
unrestricted use section.

2. Nonstorable

At not less than market price as determined by CCC.

C. Nbkp n Examples (Dols..Bu. In-StorlBasis No. 2 TC


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Commodity .Sales Price or Method of Sale

Grain Sorghum, UNRESTRICTED USE:
bulk
A. Redemption of Domestic Payment-In-Kind Certificates:
Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less than
115~ of the applicable 1968 price-support loan rate 2/
for the class, grade, and quality of the grain sorghum,
plus the markup shown in C of this unrestricted use
section applicable to the type of carrier involved.
B. General Sales:
1. Storable
Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less
than the Agricultural Act of 1949 formula minimum
price for such sales which is 105~ of the applicable
1968 price-support rate 2/(published loan rate plus
34# per owt.) for thne class, grade, and quality of
the grain sorghum, plus the markup shown in C of
this unrestricted use section applicable to the
type of carrier involved.
2. Nonstorable
At not less than market price as determined by CCC.
C. Markups and Examples (Dols./Cwt. In-Storel/No. 2 or Better)

Markup In-Store:
EXAMPLES
Received By :
:Rail or : Feed Grain Program Doam. PIK Cert. Minimum
Truck : Barge :Hale Co., Texas (1.63) 115$ + .22~ 2.10L
Kansas City, Nb.(1.81) 115Q + *174 2.2
.229 .172 Agricultural Act of 1949 Stat. Minimums
SHale Co., Texas (1.63 + .34) 10546 + .22' 2.291
: K~ansas City, Mo.(1.81 + .34) loSk + .17i 2.43~

EXPORZT:
Sales are made at the higher of the domestic market price, as
determined by CCC, or 115 percent of the applicable 1968 price-
support loan rate plus carrying charges in Section C. The
statutory minimum price referred to in the price adjustment
provisions of the following export sales announcements is 1054
of the applicable price-support rate plus the markup referred
to in C of the unrestricted use section for grain sorghum.
Sales will be made pursuant to the following announcement:
A. Announcement GR-212 (Revision 2, January 9, 1961) for cash
or other designated sales.
AVAILABLE

Kansas City, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Portland ASCS grain
offices.


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Commodity Salets Price or Method of Sale


Barley, Bulk UNRESTICTED USE:

A. Storable

Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less than
1154 of the applicable 1968 price-support rate 2/ for
the class, gr~ade, and quality of the barley plus the
applicable markup

B. Markups and Examples (Dols./Bu. In-Stoelu/No. 2 or Better)



Markup In-Store Received By Truck (.17}) Rail or Barge (.15)

Cass Countys North D~akota (0l.86) 115115 + .17% 1.17-
Minneatpolis, Ninnesota (110 15 + .15 1.4a


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C. Nonstorable

At not less than market price as determined by C00.

EXPORT :

Sales are made at the higher of the domestic market price,
as determined by CCC, or 115. percent of the applicable 1968
price support loan rate plus carrying charges in Section B.
The statutory minimum price referred to in the price adjust-
ment provisions of the following export sales announcement
is lo5C% of the applicable price-support rate plus the markup
referred to in B of the unrestricted use section for barley.
Sales will be made pursuant to the following announcement:

A. Announcement GR-212 (Revision 2, January 9, 1961) for
cash or other designated sales.

AVAILABLE:

Chicago, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Portland grain
offices.


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Markup In-Store .179

Redwood County, Minnesota
(.60 + .03 quality differential) 115% + .173 *903


0. Nonstorable

At not less than the market price as determined by 000.

EXPORT :

Sales are made at the higher of the domestic market price,
as determined by CCC, or 115 percent of the applicable 1968
price-support loan. rate plus carrying charges in' Section B.
The statutory minimum price referred to in the price
adjustment provisions of the following export sales announce-
ments is 105L# of the applicable price-support rate plus the
markup referred to in B of the unrestricted use section for
oats. Sales will be made pursuant to the following
announcement :

A. Announcement GR-212 (Revision 2, January 9l, 196~1), for
application to barter contracts and for cash or other
designated sales.

AVAILABLE :

Kansas City, Chicago, Minneapolis, a~nd Portland ASCS grain
offices.


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Commodity Sales Price or Method of Sale

Oat s bulk UNRESTRICTE USE:

A. Storable

Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less than
115~ of the applicable 1968 price-support rate 2/ for
the class, grade, and quality of the oats plus the
markup shown in B below.

B. Markup and Example (Dols./Bu. In-Storel/Basis N9o. 2 XH1WO)


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Commodity *Sales Price or Method of Sale


Rye, Bulk UNRESTIRICTCED USE:
A. Storable

Maret price, as determned by CCC, but not less than
the Agricultural Act of 1949 formula price which is
1159 2/ of the applicable 1968 price-support rate for
the class, grade, and quality of the grain plus the
markup shown in B below applicable to the type of
carrier inzvolved.

B. Markups and Examples (Dols./Bu. In-storel/o. 2 or Better)

Markup In-Store Received By Turuc (.17r ) Rail or- Barg-e (.15)

Agricultural. Act of 1949 Statutory Minimum
Rollete County, North D~akota I 0.89) 11546 + *;17 1.20c
Minneapolis, Minnesota (1.23) 115% + .15 1.57


C. Nonstorable

At not less than market price as determined by CCC.

~EXPORT :

Sales are made at the higher of the domestic market prices
as determined by CCC, or 115 percent of the applicable 1968
price-support loaun rate plus carrying charges in Section B.
The statutory minimum price referrd to in the price adjust-
ment provisions of the following export sales announcement
is lo5'3 of the applicable price-support rate plus the markup
referred to in B of the unrestricted use section, for rye.
Sales will be made pursuant to the following announcement:

A. Announcement GR-212 (Revision 2, January 9, 1961) for
cash or other designated sales.

AVAILABLE :

Chicago, Kansas Cit~y, P~ortland, and Minnapolis ASCS grain
offices.


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Comrmodity Sales Price or Method of Sale

Rice, Rough UNRESTRSICTED US'E

Market price but not less than 1968 loan rate plus 5 percent
plus 38 cents per owt., basis in store.

EXPORT[

As milled or brown under Announcement GR-369, Revision III,
as amended, Rice Export Program.

AVAILABLE

Prices, quantities, and varieties of rough rice available
from Kansas City ASCS Commodity Office.

Cotton, Upland UNREESTRICTED USE

A. Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO0-C-32 (Sale of Upland Cotton for Un-
restricted Use). Under this announcement, upland
cotton acquired under price support programs will be
sold at the highest price offered but in no event at
less than the higher of (a) 110 percent of the 1968~
loan rate for such cotton, or (b) the market price for
such cotton, as determined by C00.

B. Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NQO-C-31 (Disposition of Upland Cotton --
In Redemption of Payment-In-Kind Certificates or Rights
in Certificate Pools, In Redemption of Exrport Commodity
Certificates Against the "Shortfall, and Under Barter
Tl~rasactions), as amended. Cotton may be acquired at
its current market price, as determined by 000, but not
less than a minimum price determined by 000 which will
in no event be less than 120 points (1.2 cents) per
pound above the 1968 loan rate for such cotton.

EXPOiRT :

CCC Disposacls for Barter

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of Announce-
menta CN-EX-28 (Acquisition of Upland Cotton for E~xport under
the Barter Program) and NQO-C-31, as amended, at the prices
described in the preceding paragraph B.


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EXPORT :

000 Disposa~ls for Ba~rter


AVAILABILITY INFORMATION:


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Commodity Sales Price or M~ethod of Sale


Cotton, Extra
Long Staple


UNRESTRICTE USE:

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO-C-6 (Revision 2) and Announcement
NO-C-10 (Revised). Uhder these announcements extra
long staple cotton (domestically-grown1?) will be sold
at the highest price offered but in no event at less
than the higher of (a) 115 percent of the current
loan rate for such cotton plus reasonable carrying
charges, or (b) the market price as determined by 000.


rCompetitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement CN-1E~X-29 (Acquisition of American -
Egyptian Cotton for Export under the Barter Program),
as amended, and Announcement NO-C-6 (Revision 2), at
not less than the market price, as determined by C00.

UMRESTR~ICTED USE:

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO-C-20 (Sale of Special Condition Cotton).
Any such cotton (Below Grade, Samnple Locose, Damage~d
Pickings, etc. ) owned by CCC will be offered for sale
periodically on the basis of samples representing the
cotton according to schedules issued from time to time
by 000.


Cotton, Up~land
or Exctra
Long Sta~ple


Sale of cotton will be made by the New Orleans ASCS
Commodity Office. Sales announcements, related forms
and catalogs for upland cotton and extra long staple
cotton showing quantities, qualities and location may
be obtained for a nominal fee from that office.


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Commrodity Sazles Price or M~ethod of Sale


Pe anut s, Shelled
or Farmers
Stock


Restricted Use Sazles


Whtren stocks are available in their area of responsibility,
the cluantity, typ~e, and grade offered are announced in
weekly lot lists or invitations to bid issued by the
following:


GTPA Peanut Association

Peanut Growers Cooperative
Marketing Association

Southwestern Peanut Growers'
Association


Camlilla, G~a.


Franklin, Va.


Gorm~ran, Texas


Terms and conditions of sale acre set for-th in Announcemnent
PR-1 of July 1, 1966, as amend~ed, and the applicable lot list.

1. Shelled peanuts of less than U. S. NJo. I grade may be
purchased for foreign or domestic crushing.

2. Farmners stock,: Segregation 1 mayr be purchased and milled
to produce U. S. No. I or better grade shelled peanuts
which ma7.Y be exported. The balance of the kernels including
any graded peanuts not exported must be crushed domestically.
Segregation 2 and 3 peanuts mnay be purchased for domestic
crushing only.

Sales are made on the basis of competitive bids each Wednesda~y
by the Producer Associations Division, Agricultural Strtbilization
and Conservation Service,~ Washlington, D. C. 20250, to which all
bids must be sent.


TEng Oil


UNRlESTRICTE~D UJSE


Sales are mnade periodically on a competitive bid basis. Bids
a~re submitted to the Producer Association Division, Agricultural
Stabilization and Conserva~tion Service, Washingrton, D. C. 20250.

The quantity offered and the date bids are to be received are
announced to the trade in notices of Invitations to Bid, issued
by the Naltionazl Tung Oil M~arketing Coopera;tive, Inc., Poplar~ville,
Mississippi 39470.


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A. Storable

Market price, as determined by MCC, but not less than
1059 of the applicable 1968 price-support rate 2/ for
the grade and q~ua~lity of the flaxseed plus the appli-
cable markup.

B. Ma~rkups and Example (Dols./Bu. In-store No. 1, 9.1 -
9.5k moisture)


Example of Minimum Prices

Terminal and Price


.11.12t Ninneatpolis, Minn. (3.16) lo5% + .12$ 3.44t

C. Nonstorable

At not less than dome~stic market ~price as determined by
CCC.

AVAILABLE :

Through the Minneapolis ASCS Branch Office.


Commodity Sales Price or Method of Sale


Tung Oil
(contd) )


Terms and conditions of sale are as set forth in
Announcement NTO-PR-4 of April 6, 196;7, as amended,
and the applicable Invitation to Bid.

Bids will include, and be evaluated on the babis of,
price offered per pound f~o.b. storage location. For
certain destinations, 000 will as provided in the
Announcement, as amended, refund to the buyer a "freight
equalization" allowance.

Copies of the Announcement or the Invitation may be
obtained from the Cooperative or Producer Associations
Division, ASCS, Telephone Washingfton, D. C. Area Code 20)2,
DU 8-3901.


Flaxseed, bulk


UNRESTRICTED USE:


Markup Per Bu:
Received By_ :
:fRail or*'
Truck: Barge :


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Commodity Sales Price or Metthod of Sale


DAIRY PRODUCTS


Sales are in earlot~s only in-store at storage location of
products.


SUBMISSION OF OFFES:


Submit offers to the Mi~nneapolis ASCS Commodity Office.


UNRSTRICTED USE:


Nonfat; Dry Milk


Announced prices, under MP-lk: Spray process, U. S. Extra
Grade~, 25.k0 cents per pound packed in 100-pound bags and
25.6 5 cents per pound packed in 50-pound bags.

EXPORT:

Announed prices, under MP-23, pursuant to invitations
issued by Muinneapolis ASCS Commodity Office. Invitations
will indicate the type of export sales authorized, the
announced price and the period of time suct price will be
in effect,

UNRESTRICTED USE:

Announced prices, under MP-14: 74,75eents per pound --
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New England, and other
States bordering the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
-r4.0 cents per pound -- Washington, Oregon, and California.
All other States 73:'T5cents per pound.


Butter


Cheddar Cheese UNRESTRICTED~ USE:
(Standard Moisture'------
Basis) Announced prices under MP-14: 53 ;75 cents per pound --
New York, Pennsylvania, New England, New Jersey, and other
States bordering the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean and
the G~ulf of Mexico. All other States 52.75 cents per pound.


Footnote s


1/ The formula price delivery basis for binsite sales will
be f~o~b.

2/ Round product up to the nearest cent.

3/The sales prices for dairy products will be based on the
1969-70 support prices for milk and butterfat which were
not known at the time this sales list was prepared. It
will be amended to include sales prices for dairy products
as soon as they are determined.


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USD)A AGRICULUAL STABII~ZATION AND CONS]ERVATION SEICE OFFICES:

GRAIN OFFCES ---

Kansas City ASCS Commoity Office, 8930 Ward Parkway, (P. O. Box 205)
Kansas City, Mb. 64141. Telephone: Area Code 816;, Emnerson 1-086;0

Alabama, Alaska, Arizonla, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, G~eorgia, Hawaii,
Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Carol~ina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, TPennessee, Texas, and Wyoming.
(D~omestic and Exrport) California (Domestic Only) Connecticut, Delaware,
Illinois, Indiaena, lowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Nichigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, aend West Virginia. (Exprt Only)

Branch Office Chicago ASCS Branch Office, 226j W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, Ill. 60606
Telephone: Area Code 312, 353-6581

Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, K'entucky, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, and West Virginia (Domestic
Only )

Branch Office Minneapolis ASCS Branch Office, 310 Grain. Exhangte Bldg.
Minneapolis, Minn. 55415
Telephone: Area Code 6j12, 334-2051

Minnesota, Monta~na, North. Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.(Domestic & Ehposrt)

Branch Office Portland ASCS Branch Office, 1218 S.W. Washington St.
Portland, Oreg. 97205
Telephone: Area. Code 503, 226-3361l

Idaho, Oregon, U~tah, and Washington (Domestic.& Export'Sales)
California (Export Sales Only)
PROCESSED 00NMODITIES OFFICE --- (All States)
Minneapolis ASCS Commodity Office, 64;00 France Ave. South, Minneapolis, Ninn.
55435 Telephone: Area Code 612, 334-3200
COTZTON OFFICE --- (All States)
Nlew Orleans ASCS Commodity Office, Wirth Blag., 120 Marais St., New Orleans,
La. '70112. Telephone: Area code 504, 527-7766B
GENERAL SALS MANAGER OFFICES:
Representative of General Sales Manager, New York Area: Joseph Reidinger,
Federal Blag., Room 1-759, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, N. Y. 10007
Telephone: Area Code 212, 26;4-8439, 8440, 8441.
Representative of General. Sales Manager, West Coast Area: Callan B. D~uffy,
Appraisers' Bldg., Room 80)2, 630 Sansome St., San F'rancisco, Calif. 94111
Telephone: Area Code 415, 556-6185.


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Illinoiss Room 232, OF. S. Post Office and Courthouse, Springf~ield, Ill. 62701
T elephone: Area Code 217, 525-4180

Indiana, Rooma 110, 311 West Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 46204
Telephone: Area Code 317, 633-8521

Iowa, Room 937, Federal Building, 210 Walnut Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50309
The~phone: Area Code 515r 284-413

Kansas, 2601 Anderson Avenue, Mbahattan, K~ansas 66502
TelephoneI: Area Code 913, Je 9-3531

Michigan, 1105 South Harrison Road, East Lansing, Michigan 48823
Telephone: Area Code 517, 372-1910

Missouri, I.O.O.P. Building, 10th a~nd Walnut Streets, Columtbia, Missouri 65201
Trelephonre: Area Code 314, 42:-3111

Ennsota, Room 230*, Federal Bldg. and U. S. Courthouse, 316 Robert Street,
St. Paul, Nlinnesota 55101 TPelephonle: Aredi code 612, 228-7651

Montana, P. 0. Box 670, U.S.P.O. and Federal Office Bldg., Bozeman, Mbnt. 59715
Telephone: Area CodeO, 587-4511, Ext. 13271

Ilbraskd, P. 0. Box 793, 5800 0 Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68501
Telephone: Area Code 402, 475-3361

Worth Dakota, P. 0. Box 2017, 15 South 21st Streets Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Teehonez: Area Codes 701, 237-5205

Ohio, Room 202s Old Federal Building, Colurmbuss Ohio 43215
Telephone: Area Code 614, 469-561+1

South Dakota, P. 0. Box 843, 239 Wisconsin St., S. H., Huron, South Dakota 57350
Telephone: Area code,605, 352-86j51, Ext. 3j21 or 310

Wisconsins P* 0. Box 4248, 4601 Hammnersley Road, Nadison, Wisconsin 53711
Telephone: Area Code 608, 254-64441, art. 7535


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