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CCC monthly sales list
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTR

Washington, Sept. 30, 1969

" CUMon L5T THE ireifor October 1969:
The U. S. D~epartmeQnt of Agriculture announced today the minimum prices at

whidhliboud~bd" ~Credit jCorporation (CCC) commodity holdings are available for

sale beginning at 3 p.r (EDT), Sept. 30, 1969. These prices, subject to
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amenmen wilmanineuntil superseded b'y the November Monthly Sales L~ist.

CThe following cannodities are available: cotton (utpland and extra long

staple), wheat`, corn, oats, barley, flaxseed, rye, rice, grain sorghurm, soybeans,

peanuts, tung oil, cottonseed oil, cottonseed meal, butter, and nonfat dry milkr.

With the 1969-crop marketing year beginning Oct. I for corn and grain

sorghan, the October list includes minimum. pricing for these commodities based on

1969 price-sulpport loan rates at the 115 percent level. However, a flat markup

representing 15 percent of the national average loan rate and warehouse receiving

charges is being used in co~mputing minimum prices for barley, oats, and grain

sorghan as opposed to the previous method of applying 115 percent to the loan

rate at each point of sale. The Agricultural Act of 1949 statutory minimum

price listings for corn, barley and grain sorghum are being discontinued since

they were higher than the feed grain minimum prices and ednsequently ineffective

fran a sales standpoint. In October, sales of grain sorghurms will be made only

in store or on track at port positions.

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. For commodities stored at other

locations, the information may be attained from ASCS commodity and grain offices
also shout at the end of the list.

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

for unrestricted use for "D~ealers' Cert~ificates" issued under the emergency

livestock feed prograat. Grain delivered against such certificates will be sold

at the applicable current market price, determined by CCC.

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

"unrestricted use" aplies to sales which permit higher 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

commdities listed for sale.

The CCC Monthly Sales L~ist, which varies fran month to month as additional

cannodities become available~ or commodities formrly available ar dropped, is

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

through regular commrcial channels.

If it becomes necessary during the month to amnend this list in any maeriali

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

annunemrent of the change will be sent to all persons currently receiving the

list by m~ail from Washington. To be put on this mailing list, address:

Director, Grain Division, A~gricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service,

U. S. Department of Ag~riculture, Washington, D. C. 20250.

Interest rates per annon under the CCC Export Credit Sales Program

(Announcem~ent GSM-E) for October 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 undr th~e CCC E~xport Credit Sales Prog~ram include oats, wheat, vbeat

flour, barley, bulgur, corn, cornmal, grain sorghuma, upland and extra long

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

raisins, soybean oil, linseed oil, flaxseed, dairy products, tallow, lard,

breeding cattle, and rye. Commdities purchases from CCC mtay be financed for

export as private stocks under Announcement GSM-4.


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Information on the CCC Export Credit Sales Program and on commodities

available under Title I, 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, Export Marketing

Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D). C. 20250.

The following commodities are currently available for new and existing

barter contracts: Upland cotton 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;

cottonseed oil and soybean oil under Announcement PS-2; tobacco under Announce-

ment PS-3; upland and extra long staple cotton under Announcement PS-4; and

inedible tallow and grease under Announcement Ps-5; are eligible for programming

in connection with barter contracts covering procurement for Federal agencies

that will reimburse CCC. (However, Hard Red Winter, Hard Red Spring, Durum

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

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

may be obtained from the Office of the Assistant Sales Manager, Barter, Export

Marketing Service, CISUA, Washington, D. C. 20250.

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

any commdty 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 canodity

and the conditions require removal of the connodity 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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Aplicable announcements contais~ning al terms and conditions of sale will be

furnished upon request. FPor easy reference a nuniber of thse announcemr~ents ar

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

communleate with thie Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Serviice, USDA,

Washington, D. C. 20250i~, with respect to all comodties or -- for specified

commoities -- with the designated ASCS commodity office.

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

any of its annonceents. 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 ntot 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 determn whether such a statement is desired in his case. When sat~ia-

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

cheeks, 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

with1 respect to payment for the commodity and the hu~rnihing 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 nort up to specifications. These lots are

offered by the appropriate ASCS office promptly upon appearance anxd 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 commnodities 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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Commodity Sal~es Price or Method of Sale

Wheat, bulk UNRSTICTE USE:

A. Storable

Market price, as deterimied by CCC, but not less than
1156 of the applicable 1969 price support loan rate 2/
for the class, grade, and protein of the wheat plus
the markup shown in C below applicable to the typ of
carrier involved.

B. Nonstorable

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

C. Markups and Examples (Dols./Bu. In-Store -1/


Markup In-Store:
Received By :XMLE
:Rail or : Mpls ]No. 1 D)NS (1.571) 11_5r +.06; 1.87
Truckr : Barge : Portland No. 1 BN (1.45) 115% +.06 1.73
SK. C. No. 1 HRW (1.45) 115% +.06 1.73
.08 .06 Chicago No. 1 RW (14)15 .61.74


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EXPORT:

A. CCC will sell limited quantities of Ha~rd Red Winter,
Durum, and Hard Red Spring wheat at vest coast ports
at domestic market price levels for export undr
Announcement Ga-345 (Revision IV, October 30, 1967,
as amended) as follows:

(1) Offetrs will be accepted subject to the
purchasers' furnishing the~ Portland ASCS
Branch Office with a Notice of Sale con-
taining the same information (excluding
th payment or certificate acceptance
number) as required by exporters who wish3
to receive an export payment undr GR-345.
The Notice of Sale must be furnished to
the Commoity Office within five calendar
days after the date of purchase.


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Commodity .Sales Price or Method of Sale


Wheat bulk
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(2) Sa~les will be made only to fill dollar
market sales abroad an exporter must
show export from the west coast to a
destination we~st of the 170th meridian,
west longitude, and east of the 6j0th
meridian, east long~itude, and to ports
on the west coast of Central and South
A~merica. Dollar sales shall mean. sales
for dollars an sales financed with 000
credit.

AVAIABL:

Chicago, Kansas City, Mineapolis and Portland ASCS
offices.


Soybeans, bulk UNRESTRICTE USE::

A. Storable

Port Positions (Basis Grade 1 In-Store). Market
price but not less than $2:.6 per bushel at
Great Lakes terminals; $2.66j Gulf; and $2.67
East Coast.

Interior Positions (Basis Grade 1 In-Store.
Market price but not less than the 1969 base loan
rate where stored p-lus 29 cents per bushel.

Market discounts will be applied in determining
the minimum price of lower grades.

B. Nonstorable

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

AVAILABLE:

Kansas City, Chicago, and Minneapolis ASCS Grain Offices.


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Cormmodity .Sales Price or Method of Sale


Corn, bulk UERSTRICTE USE:
A. Storable

Redemption of Domestic Payment-In-Kilnd Certificates:
Market price as determined by 000, but not less
than 1158 of the applicable 1969 price-support loan
rate 2/ for the class, grade, and quality of the
corn plus the marku shown in C of this unrestricted
use section.

B. Nonstorable

At not less than market price as determned by 000.

C. Markup and ExamPle (Dols./Bu. In-Storel/Basis No. 2
YC 14Q, MT 2R, FM)


Markup In-Store .04


Feed Grain Program Domestic PIK Certificate Minimums
Mcf~ean Co., Ill. (1.09 + .023) 11546 + .ok 1.33



AVAILABLE :

Chicago, K~ansas City, Ninnea~polis, and Portland ASCS
grain offices.


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Commodity .Sales Price or Method of Sale


Grain Sorghum, UNRESTRICTED USE:
bulk
A. Storable

Redemption of Domestic Payment-In-Kind Certifi-
cates (Basis In-Store): Market price, a~s
determined by CCC, but not less than the 1969
price-support loan rate where stored for the
class, rade, and quality of the grain sorghum
plus 314 cents per owt. if received by truck
or 27 cents per cwt. if received by rail or
barge. Sales in October will be made only at
port positions. Port sales will be only on a
spot track or in-store basis.

B. Nonstorable

At not less than market price as determined by CCC.

AVAIL;ABLE:

Kansas City, Chicago, Minnea~polis, and Portland ASCS
grain offices.



Barley, bulk UNRESTRICTED USE:

A. Storable

Redemption of Domestic Payment-In-Kind Certifi-
cates (Basis In-Store): Market price, as
determined by CCC, but not less than the 1969
price-support loan rate where stored for the
class, grade, and quality of the barley plus
21 cents per bushel if received by truck or
184 cents per bushel if received by rail or
barge.

B. Nonstorable

At not less than market price as determined by
CCC.

AVAILABLE :

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


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Commodity Sales Price or Method of Sale

Oats, bulk UNR]EST1RICTE USE:

A. Storable (Basis In-Store)

Market price, as; determined by CCC, but not less
than the applicable 1969 price-support rate where
stored for the class, grade, and quality of the
oats plus 18 cents per bushel.

B. Nonstorable

At n~ot less than the mrarlke price as determined by
000.

AVAILAB~LE~:

K~ansas City, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Portland ASCS
grain offices.


Ry~e, bulk: UNRESTICE USBE:
A. Storable

Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less
than the Agricultural Act of 1949 formula price
which is 115% 2] of the applicable 1969 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 involved.

B. Markups and Exarmples (D~ols. /Bu. In-Store~t No. 2
or Better)

Markup In-Store:
Received ByJ : Thruc (.08}) Rail or Barge (.06)
Agricultural Act of 1949 Statutory Minimum
Rollete County, North Dakota (0.86) 11596 + .08) 1.07)
Minneapolis, Minnesota (1.22) 115% + .06 1.47


C. N~onstorable

At nort less than market price as determined by CCC.

AVAILABfLE :

Chicago, K~ansas City, Portland, and Minnapolis ASCS
g~rairn offices.


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A. Storable

Market price, as determined by CCC, but not less than
lo54b of the applicable 1969 price-support rate 2/ for
the grade and quality of the flaxseed plus the appli-
cable markup.

B. Markups and Example (D~ols./Bu. In-Store No. 1, 9.1 -
9.5'%) moisture)


.101 .06t Minneapolis, Minn. (3.01) 105L + .061 3.22k


C. Nonstorable

At not less than domestic market price as determined by
CCC.

AVAILABLE:

Through the Minneapolis ASCS Branch Office.


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Commodity .Sales Price or Method of Sale


Rc Rou~h


UNRESTRICTED USE::


Market price but not less than 1969 loan rate plus 5
percent, plus 17 cents per owt., basis FOB warehouse.

AVAILABLE:

Prices, quantities, and varieties of rough rice atvail-
able from Kansas City ASCS Commodity Office.


Flaxseed, bulk


UNRSTRI[CTE USE::


Marku Per Bu:
Received By:
:Rail or:
Truck: Barge:


Example of Minimum Prices


Terminal and Price


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Commodity Sales Price or Method of Sale

Cotton, Upland UNRESTRICTED USE:

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO-C-31 (Revised), (D~isposition of Upland
Cotton--In Liquidation of Rights in a Certificate Pool
Against the "Shortfall," san Uhder Barter Transactions).
Cotton may be acquired at the highest price offered, but
not less than the higher of (1) the market price as
determined by 000, or (2) a minimum price determined by
000 which will. be based on 110 percent of the price support
loan rate for Middling-1 inch cotton at average location
at the time of delivery, plus reasonable carrying charges
for the month in which the sale is made. No carrying
charges will be added in October. In, no event will the
price for any cotton be less than 120 points (1.2 cents)
per pound above the loan rate for such cotton at the time
of delivery.

EXPORT :

CCC Disposals for Barter

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcements CN-EX-28 (Acquisition of Upland Cotton for
Export,under the Barter Program) and NO-C-31, as amended,
at the prices described in the preceding paragraph.

Cotton, Exra UNRESTRICTED USE:
Long Staple


Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO-0-6 (Revision 2). Extra long staple
cotton may be acquired at the highest price offered,
but not less than the higher of (1) the market price
as determined by 000, or (2) 115 percent of the current
loan rate for such cotton plus reasonable carrying
charges for the month in which the sale is made. No
carrying charges will be added in October. Notwith-
standing the foregoing, until otherwise announced by
CCC, cotton will be available under Announcement
NO-CC-6 in an amount not to exceed the unsold short-
fall at the market price, as determined by CCC.


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Cotton, Upland
or Extra
Lo~ng Staple


UNRIEST[RICTED USE:

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO-C-20 (Sale of Special Condition Cotton).
A~ny such cotton (Below Grade, Sa~mple Loose, Damaged
Pickings, etc.) owned by 000 will be offered for sale
periodically on the basis of samples representing the
cotton according to schedules issued from time to time
by 000.


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.


EXPORT:

Competitive offers under the terms and conditions of
Announcement NO-CS-9. Sales will be made only for export
to restricted destinations. Oil sold under PIO-CS-9 may
be exported only against dollar. sales or under the C00
export credit sales program (GSM-4).


Cottonseed Oil,
Refined (Bulki)


AVAILABLE :

New Orleans ASCS Commodity Office.


Cottonseed Meal,
Bulk


UNRESTRICTED USE:


Competitive offers for meal located in A9rizona and
California under the terms and conditions of An~nounce-
ment NO)-CS-8. Delivery periods will commence in October.

Small quantities may be sold on competitive offers in any
area if necessary to avoid deterioration or if storage
cannot be obtained on a basis satisfactory to CCC.

AVAILABLES:

New Orleans ASCS Commodity Office.


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Commodity Sales Price or Method of Sale

Peanuts, RESTRICTED USE SALES
Shelled or
Farmers Stock When stocks are available in their area of responsibility,
the quantity, type, and grtade offered are announced in
weekly lot lists or invitations to bid issued by the
following:

GF Peanut Association Camlla, G3a. 31T730

Peanut Grovers Cooperative
Marketing Association F~rankin, Va. 238351.

Southwestern Peanut Groverp'
Association Gorma, Telxas 76454

Terms and conitions of sale are set forth in Announcement
PR-1 of July 1, 1966, as amended, and the applicable lot
list.

1. Shelled peanuts of less than U. 8. No. 1 grade may be
purchased for foreign or domestic crushing.

2. Farmers stock: Segregation 1 may be purchased and
milled to produce U. 8. No. I or better grade shelled
peanuts which. may be exported. The balance of ~the~
kernels including any graded peanuts not exported must
be crushed domestically. Segregation 2 and 3 peanuts~
may be purchased for domestic crushing only

Sales are made on the basis of competitive bids each. Wednesday
by the Oilaeeds and Special Crops D~ivision, Agricultural
Stabilization and Conservation Service, Washington, D., C.
20250, to which all bids must be sent.

Tung Oil UNREST1RICTE USE:
Sales are made periodically on a competitive bid basis. Bids
are submitted to the 011seeds and Special Grops D~ivision,
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Serviice,
Washington, D. C. 20)250.
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 National Tun Oil Marketing Cooperative, Itnc.,
Poplarville, Mvississippi 39470.
Thrms and conditions of sale are as set forth in Announce-
ment NTOM-PR-4 of April 6, 1967, as amended, and the applicable
Invitation to Bid.


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SUBMISSION OF OFFERS:


UN~RESTRICTED USE:


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Commodity Sales Price or M~ethod of Sale


Thung Oil (cont'd)


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

Copies of the Announcement or the Invitation may be
obtained from the Cooperative or Oilseeds and Special
Crops D~ivision, ASCS, Tbllephone W~ashing3ton, D. C. Area
Code 202, DU 8-7120

Sales are in earlots only in-store at storage location
of products.


DAIRY PRODUCTS


Submit offers to the Nin~neapolis ASCS Comrmodityr Office.


Nonfat ~Dry Milk


Announced prices, under MP-lk: Sprayr process, U. S. Extra
Grade, 25.40 cents per pound packed in 100-pound bags and
25.65 cents per pound packed in 50-pound bag~s.

EXPORT :

Announced prices, under MTP-23, pursuant to invitations
issued by Minneapolis ASCS Commodity Office. Invitations
will indicate the type of export sales authorized, the
announced price and the period of time such price will.
be in effect.

UNRESTRICTED USE:

Announced prices, under MP-lk: 75.25 cents per poun --
New York;, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New England, and other
States bordering; the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Nexico.
74.5 cents per pound -- Washington, Oreg;on and California.
All other States 74.25 cents per pound.


Butter


Footnotes


1/ The formula price delivery basis for binsite sales
will be FOB3


2/Round product up to the nearest cent.


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USD)A AGERICULTURIAL STABIL;IZATION AND CONSERATON SERVI[~CEOFI~CES:


GRAIN OFFICES ---

Kansas City ASCS Commodity Office, 8930 Ward Parkrway, (P. G. Box 205)
Kansas City, Mo. 64141. Telephone: Area Code 816, Elmerson 1l-086j0

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Bavati,
Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wyoming.
(D~omestic and Export) California (Domestic Only) Connecticut, D~elavareu,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvaniia
Rht~ode Island, Virginia, Vermont, and West Virginia. (Export Only)

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

Connecticut, D~elavare, Illinois, Indiana, lova, Kentucky, Maine, Mary3land,
Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Chio,
Pennsylvania, Rihode Island, Virginia, Vermont, and West Virginia (Domestic
only )

Branch Office Minneapolis ASCS Branch Office, 310 Grain. Exchange Bldg.
Minneapolis, Minn. 55415
Telephone: Area Code 612, 7r25-2051.

Minnesota, Montana, North Daskota, South D~akota, and Visconsin. (Domestic & Export~)

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

Idaho, Oregon, Utash, and Washington (D~omestie &E Epoart Sales)
California (Export Sales O~nly)
PROCESS CONMODITIES OFFICE --- (All States)
Minneapolis ASCS Commodity Office, 6400 Prance Ave. South, Minneapolis, M~inn.
55435 T~elephone: Area Code 612, 725~-3200
COTTO OFFICE --- (All States)
New Orleans ASCS Commodity Office, Wirth Bldg 120 MIarais St., New Orleans,
La. 70112. Telephone: Area Code 504, 527-77%i
GENERAL SALS MANAGER OFFICES:
Representative of General. Sales Manager, New York Area: Joseph Reidinger,
Federal Blag., Room 1759, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, Ni. Y. 1000Y7
Telephone: Area Code 212, 2i4-8439, 8440, 8441.





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ASCS STATE OFFICES

Illinois, Room 232s U. S. Post; Office and Courthouse, Springfield, Ill. 62701
Telephone: Area Code 217, 525-4180

Indiana, Room 110, 311 West Washington st., Indianapoliss Ind. 46204
Telephone: Area Code 317, 633-8521

Iowa, Room 937, Federal Buildi~ng, 210 Walnut Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50309
Telephone: Area Code 515, 284-4213

Kansas, 2601 Anderson Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas 66502
Telephone: Area Code 913, JE 9-3531

MEichigan, 1405 south Barrison Road, East Lansing;, Michigan 48823
Telephone: Area Code 517r 372-1910

Missouri, I.0.0.F. Building; 10th and Walnut Streets, Columbia, Mi~ssouri 65201
Telephone: Area Code 3114, l442-3111

Minnesota, Room 230, Federal Blag. and U. S. Courthouse, 316 Robert Street,
St. Paul, M~innesota 55101 Telephone: Area Code 612, 725-7651

Montana, P. 0. Box 670 U.S.P.O. and Federal Office Blag., Bozeman, Mont. 59715
Telephone: Area code 206, 587-4511r Ext. 3271

Nebraska, P. O. Box 793r 5801 o street, Lincoln, Nsebraska 68501
Telephone: Area Code 402, 475-3361

North Dakota, P. O. Box 2017s 15 south 21st street, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Telephone: Area Code 701, 237-5205

Ohio, Room 116, Old Federal Building, Columbuss Ohio 43215
Telephone: Area Code 614, 469-6814

South Dakota, P. O. Box 843, 239 Wisconsin St., S. W., Huron, South Dakota 57350
Telephone: Area Code 605, 352-8651r Ext. 321 or 310

Wisconsin, P. O. Box 4248, 4601 Hamrmersley Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Telephone: Area Code 608s 254-4441, Ext. 7535










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