Link to Issue 22121 PDF version

Link to Issue 22121 PDF version
EXFC HOLDS AT RECORD 95%! THANKS FOR A GREAT JOB! SEE PAGE 4.
PUBLISHED SINCE MARCH 4, 1880
It's
your
voice.
Be
heard!
Fill out the Voice of
the Employee survey
and return it by
March 3rd.
PB 22121, February 5, 2004
2
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
CONTENTS
The Postal Bulletin is also available on the World Wide
Web at http://www.usps.com/cpim/ftp/bulletin/pb.htm for
customers and at http://blue.usps.gov for employees.
USPSNEWS@WORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
EXFC Holds at Record 95% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
The Postal Bulletin — Help Us Save Paper
and Money . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
Administrative Services
Directives and Forms Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ASM Revision: Cost Offset Procedures for Semipostal
Stamps — Clarification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer Relations
Mail Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Domestic Mail
DMM Revision: Window Envelopes — Address
Visibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DMM Revision: Labeling List Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
8
9
10
12
Employees
Revised Form: PS Form 8038, Employee Statement to
Recover Back Pay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Finance
Reminder: Migratory Bird Stamp Destruction . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reminder: International Reply Coupons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Revenue Unit for Fiscal Year 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20
21
21
International Mail
Publications 524 and 524-C Revisions: Size
Requirements for Global Direct – Canada Admail . . . . . . .
IMM Revision: Closing of Exchange Office and Customs
Service Location at Dallas International Service
Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25
Philately
Stamp Announcement 04-01: Theodor Seuss Geisel
Commemorative Stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29
Other Information
Overseas Military Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2004 Stamps and Postal Stationery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Philately (Continued)
Stamp Announcement 04-02: Garden Blossoms
(Weddings) Commemorative Stamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Breast Cancer Research Semipostal Stamp Sales
Extended Until December 31, 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Self Service Vending Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stamp Announcement 04-03: Chippendale Chair
Definitive Stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pictorial Cancellations Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Updated Announcement 04-B: 2004 Stamps and Postal
Stationery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Cancellation Die Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Post Offices
Post Office Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mover’s Guide News: Spanish-Language Edition of
Mover’s Guide (Publication 75-S, La Mudanza) — Now
Printed Four Times a Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retail
Revised Forms 4000-A and 4000-B: Retail Lobby and
Employee Observations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Correction: Stamps by Mail Supply Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What’s In Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
51
54
54
56
58
64
65
67
70
70
70
73
Postal Bulletin Index
2003 Annual Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PB 22119 (1-8-04)
23
The Postal Bulletin is published biweekly; information
is effective for one year unless it changes a permanent
directive or unless otherwise
specified.
Recycled
Paper
Pull-Out Section
Fraud Alert
All Personnel Processing Mail For Dispatch Abroad:
Foreign Order No. 492 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Withholding of Mail Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Domestic Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Invalid Express Mail Corporate Account Numbers . . . . . . . .
Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms . . . . . . . .
Missing, Lost, or Stolen Canadian Money Order
Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Counterfeit Canadian Money Order Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toll-Free Number Available to Verify Canadian
Money Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
43
48
31
31
31
32
34
39
42
42
Ordering Information: Following is the list of postal stock numbers (PSNs) to use when ordering copies of the Postal Bulletin from the MDC:
PB 22099: 7690-05-000-5968
PB 22106: 7690-05-000-5975
PB 22121: 7690-05-000-5990
PB 22113: 7690-05-000-5982
PB 22120: 7690-05-000-5989
PB 22098: 7690-05-000-5967
PB 22105: 7690-05-000-5974
PB 22112: 7690-05-000-5981
PB 22119: 7690-05-000-5988
PB 22097: 7690-05-000-5966
PB 22104: 7690-05-000-5973
PB 22111: 7690-05-000-5980
PB 22118: 7690-05-000-5987
PB 22096: 7690-05-000-5965
PB 22103: 7690-05-000-5972
PB 22110: 7690-05-000-5979
PB 22117: 7690-05-000-5986
PB 22095: 7690-05-000-5964
PB 22102: 7690-05-000-5971
PB 22109: 7690-05-000-5978
PB 22116: 7690-05-000-5985
PB 22094: 7690-05-000-4859
PB 22101: 7690-05-000-5970
PB 22108: 7690-05-000-5977
PB 22115: 7690-05-000-5984
PB 22093: 7690-05-000-4858
PB 22100: 7690-05-000-5969
PB 22107: 7690-05-000-5976
PB 22114: 7690-05-000-5983
3
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
USPSNEWS@WORK
TRIPLE CROWN: 31 PCs score OYJ
award in quarter 1
It’s the triple crown of customer satisfaction — accuracy
of delivery, consistency of delivery and professionalism in
serving customers. But unlike the Triple Crown in horse
racing or baseball, the Order of the Yellow Jersey (OYJ)
award can go to more than one winner. In fact, 31 performance clusters (PCs) scored OYJ honors in quarter 1, including first-time winners Los Angeles and Honolulu.
Here’s the breakdown:
RURAL: Albany, Appalachian, Big Sky, Central Pennsylvania, Dakotas, Erie, Greater Michigan, Hawkeye, Kentuckiana, Maine, Mississippi, New Hampshire/Vermont,
South Georgia.
MIXED: Central Plains, Columbus, Lakeland, MidAmerica, Northland, Oklahoma, Spokane.
URBAN: Central Florida, Honolulu, Long Island, Massachusetts, Pittsburgh, Southeast New England, Western
New York.
UNIQUE:
Francisco.
Bay-Valley, Dallas, Los Angeles, San
Lance Armstrong attributes his repeated success to high
standards, hard work, coaching and teamwork. OYJ winners embody those qualities. Just as the Tour de France
isn’t a sprint but a marathon, so too is the USPSr commitment to wearing the Yellow Jersey every day.
Winners fly the special OYJ flag in front of their facilities
as long as they maintain service levels. And each employee in the winning PC receives a lapel pin with the
unique Yellow Jersey logo.
NEW EEO OFFICE: Centralized location
will serve employees better
One office, better service. That’s the reason for the new
centralized Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) claims
investigations office located in Tampa, FL. The new office
reports to Labor Relations Vice President Tony Vegliante.
The office will consolidate USPS EEO investigations under one manager. A staff of professional EEO analysts will
monitor investigations conducted by private independent
contract investigators.
The independent contractors will bring neutrality to
USPS EEO investigations — a long-held goal of the Postal
Servicet. Previously, USPS employees conducted EEO
investigations of claims made by USPS employees for
USPS. “This new process will be fairer and more impartial
for employees, investigators and USPS,” said Vegliante.
These neutral investigators — trained in accordance
with EEO Commission policy and regulations — will perform unbiased investigations, gather all relevant facts and
provide an investigative summary of their findings. Area
EEO offices will still be responsible for providing the results
of the investigation to the complainant.
Employees contacted by EEO investigators should respond promptly and give their full cooperation and support.
Look for a nationwide mailing on the new process coming soon to USPS employee mailboxes.
SEND IN THE KIOSKS: Self-service
personnel kiosks are popular with
employees
Postal Service employees have used the new selfservice personnel kiosks more than 200,000 times since
terminals were deployed to 197 locations last September.
Now more kiosks are on their way — an additional 200 will
be deployed in the next six months.
The use of the kiosks is growing as employees discover
they’re easy to use, convenient and secure — and employees get a printed confirmation of their transactions.
The kiosks allow employees to perform all PostalEASE
transactions, bid on jobs, change addresses and phone
numbers, update emergency contact information, obtain
training history reports and submit e-Ideas. Because of the
software used, USPS Information Technology can fully support the kiosks remotely.
ONECODE VISION: Intelligent Mail
initiative will reduce bevy of barcodes
Approaching barcode overload? USPS Intelligent Mail
and Address Quality are working on a solution called OneCode Visiont. The goal of OneCode Vision is to reduce,
consolidate and eliminate the amount of barcodes USPS
uses to process and deliver the mail. Currently, more than
30 different barcodes are used in postal operations.
For example, an individual letter might have a POSTNETr sorting barcode, a PLANETr tracking barcode, a
Certified Mail label and barcode, and an alphanumeric text
Address Correction Service participant code.
4
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
USPSNEWS@WORK
Before OneCode Vision can be implemented, USPS will
need devices that can read “smart” barcodes. That’s why
USPS is soliciting suppliers’ proposals for Intelligent Mailt
devices. They will replace more than 342,000 scanners or
mobile data collection devices.
Intelligent Mail — working with Engineering, Supply
Management, Information Technology and a crossfunctional team of scanner users — will decide later this
year which handheld scanning device will fulfill the OneCode initiative.
IN SAFE HANDS: Handheld computers
make safety inspectors’ jobs easier
USPS safety guru Sam Pulcrano landed on the cover of
Government Computer Weekly. He’s there thanks to USPS
handheld personal computers called iPaqs that have cut
paperwork and boosted productivity for Postal Service
safety inspectors, according to the magazine.
iPaq PCs consolidate three databases into a single application, allowing rapid input, retrieval and analysis of information via the Web by area, district and facility safety
personnel.
The Postal Service’s 600 safety inspectors can electronically complete information in seven different categories
and 18 subcategories and make notes on deficiencies.
Inspectors upload the data to the main report Web site for
convenient tracking, making training recommendations
and fixing potential safety hazards. The new system is the
result of a partnership between Safety and Information
Technology.
DELIVERY CONFIRMED: America loves
tracking, confirming and e-mail
notification
Is it there yet? Like family members on a road trip, holiday mailers queried their computers more than 31 million
times during December on the status of important letters
and packages that we delivered for them.
These inquiries came through Track & Confirm on
usps.com, and through the Web sites of merchants, catalogers and others who feature USPS shipping solutions.
Average response time? Under 2 seconds, courtesy of the
USPS Product Tracking System.
Customers requested and received tracking information
on Express Mailr packages and delivery information on
mailpieces sent with special services, including Delivery
Confirmationt, Signature Confirmationt, Certified Mail
and Registered Mail.
Folks who like to sit back and enjoy the ride used e-mail
notification during the holidays in increasing numbers,
requesting USPS e-mail delivery status directly to their
computers.
Before the holidays, the e-mail notification option was
generating about 45,000 requests a week. During its holiday peak — the week of Dec. 14 — that number grew to
115,000. Since the launch in May 2003, USPS has received 1.45 million requests for e-mail notification.
A team effort from Information Technology and Product
Development smoothes the Track & Confirm experience for
our customers. In addition to helping USPS increase revenue, the Product Tracking System provides key service and
scan performance information to USPS.
EXFC Holds at Record 95%
EXFC externally measures collection box to mailbox delivery performance. EXFC continuously tests a panel of 463 ZIP
Codet areas selected on the basis of geographic and volume density from which 90% of First-Class Mailr volume originates
and 80% destinates. EXFC is not a system-wide measurement of all First-Class Mail performance.
Overnight Service Results: October 1, 2003 – December 31, 2003 (PQ I, FY 2004)
Performance Cluster
ALABAMA
ALASKA*
ALBANY
ALBUQUERQUE
APPALACHIAN
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
ATLANTA
BALTIMORE
BAY VALLEY
BIG SKY
BOSTON
Results
93
96
96
94
95
95
95
94
96
96
96
95
Local 3-Digit ZIP Codes
350, 351, 352, 358, 361, 366
995, 996
120, 121, 122, 123, 128, 130, 131, 132, 135, 139
870, 871
240, 250, 251, 252, 253, 263, 264, 265
850, 852, 853, 855, 856, 857
720, 721, 722, 723, 727
300, 301, 302, 303
210, 211, 212, 214, 217, 219
939, 945, 946, 947, 948, 950, 951
590, 591, 598
021, 024
5
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Performance Cluster
CAPITAL
CARIBBEAN
CENTRAL FLORIDA
CENTRAL ILLINOIS
CENTRAL NEW JERSEY
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
CENTRAL PLAINS
CHICAGO
CINCINNATI
COLORADO/WYOMING
COLUMBUS
CONNECTICUT
DAKOTAS
DALLAS
DETROIT
ERIE
FORT WORTH
GATEWAY
GREATER INDIANA
GREATER MICHIGAN
GREATER SOUTH CAROLINA
GREENSBORO
HAWKEYE
HONOLULU
HOUSTON
KENTUCKIANA
LAKELAND
LONG ISLAND
LOS ANGELES
LOUISIANA
MAINE
MASSACHUSETTS
MID-AMERICA
MID-CAROLINAS
MISSISSIPPI
NEVADA-SIERRA
NEW HAMPSHIRE/ VERMONT
NEW YORK
NORTH FLORIDA
NORTHERN ILLINOIS
NORTHERN NEW JERSEY
NORTHERN OHIO
NORTHERN VIRGINIA
NORTHLAND
OKLAHOMA
PHILADELPHIA METRO
PITTSBURGH
PORTLAND
RICHMOND
RIO GRANDE
ROYAL OAK
SACRAMENTO
SALT LAKE CITY
SAN DIEGO
SAN FRANCISCO
SANTA ANA
SEATTLE
SOUTH FLORIDA
SOUTH GEORGIA
Results
96
89
94
95
94
96
96
94
95
96
94
96
96
94
95
94
94
94
95
95
94
94
96
94
94
96
95
94
95
95
95
95
95
93
95
96
94
94
95
95
93
93
96
96
95
94
95
96
96
95
94
96
96
94
96
95
96
95
95
Local 3-Digit ZIP Codes
200, 206, 207, 208, 209
009
327, 328, 329, 334
604, 605, 616, 617, 618, 627
077, 085, 086, 088, 089
170, 171, 172, 176,178, 185, 187, 196
515, 516, 666, 670, 671, 672, 680, 681, 685
606, 607
410, 436, 450, 451, 452, 454, 458,470,
800, 801, 802, 803, 809, 820
430, 431, 432, 433
060, 061, 062, 064, 069
570, 571, 573, 581
750, 751, 752, 754, 757
481, 482, 492
159, 161, 164, 165, 166
760, 761, 762, 764, 791, 794
620, 622, 630, 631, 633, 652
460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 466, 468, 469, 473, 478, 479
486, 488, 489, 490, 493, 494, 495
290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296
270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 286
500, 501, 502, 503, 507, 511, 520, 524, 612
967, 968
770, 772, 773, 774
400, 401, 402, 405, 406, 471, 477
530, 531, 532, 535, 537, 543, 544, 549
115, 117, 118, 119
900, 902, 903, 904, 905
700, 701, 705, 708, 711
040, 041, 043, 044, 045, 048
010, 011, 012, 013, 015, 016, 017, 018, 019
640, 641, 658, 661, 662
280, 281, 282, 283, 288, 297
386, 390, 391, 392, 395
890, 891, 895
030, 031, 032, 033, 034, 038, 050, 054
100, 104
320, 321, 322, 323, 325, 326
600, 601, 602, 603, 611
070, 071, 072, 073, 074, 075, 076, 078, 079
440, 441, 442, 443, 445, 447, 449
201, 220, 221, 222, 223
540, 546, 550, 551, 553, 554, 559, 563
730, 731, 740, 741, 743
180, 189, 190, 191, 193, 194
150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 156
970, 971, 972, 973, 974, 986
224, 225, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 238
765, 767, 780, 781, 782, 784, 786, 787, 788, 789, 797, 799
480, 483, 484, 485
937, 952, 956, 957, 958
840, 841, 844
919, 920, 921, 924
940, 941, 943, 944, 949
906, 907, 908, 917, 918, 926, 927, 928
980, 981, 982, 984, 985
330, 331, 332, 333
309, 310, 312, 314, 319
6
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Performance Cluster
SOUTH JERSEY
SOUTHEAST NEW ENGLAND
SPOKANE
SUNCOAST
TENNESSEE
TRIBORO
VAN NUYS
WESTCHESTER
WESTERN NEW YORK
Results
94
94
95
96
94
93
95
94
95
Local 3-Digit ZIP Codes
080, 081, 082, 083, 084, 197, 198
020, 023, 027, 028, 029
835, 837, 838, 990, 991, 992, 994
335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 341, 342, 346
370, 371, 372, 374, 379, 380, 381
110, 112, 113, 114, 116
911, 913, 914, 915, 916, 930, 931, 933
105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 125
140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146
*No Overnight standard. Score shown is for two-day performance.
— Communication Integration,
Public Affairs and Communications, 2-5-04
The Postal Bulletin — Help Us Save Paper and Money
The Postal Bulletin has been around for 123 years, and
it’s the most relied-upon, trusted source of information in
the Postal Servicet today.
In the 1970s, when our nation became more concerned
about our environment, the Postal Service began using recycled paper to print the Postal Bulletin. We have also tried
over the years to print just the right number of copies to
save our nation’s resources.
Despite our efforts, some offices tell us that they receive
too many copies. We need to do something about this.
Reducing or Canceling Your Subscription
Therefore, if you want to reduce the number of
copies your office receives or if you want to cancel
your subscription altogether, send an e-mail to
pbulleti@usps.gov or call 202-268-5776 (if you reach a
recording, be sure to leave a message with your name,
telephone number, and ZIP Codet). Please be assured
that we will not reduce or cancel your subscription unless
you ask us to do so.
As we review our subscription list, we will begin calling
facilities that seem to have duplicate subscriptions. If we
call your facility, please help us determine if we can reduce
your subscription.
Accessing the Postal Bulletin Online
Remember, each issue of the Postal Bulletin since 1995
is available online. To access the online version of the Postal Bulletin, please follow either of these routes:
H On the Intranet: Go to the Postal Service PolicyNet
Web site at http://blue.usps.gov/cpim; click on View
Postal Bulletins.
H On the Internet: Go to www.usps.com; click on
About USPS & News, then Forms and Publications,
then Postal Bulletin.
More Information
For more information on the Postal Bulletin, please
see our article in Postal Bulletin 22097 (3-6-03, pages
5-6) titled “The Postal Bulletin — Your Source for Trusted
Information.”
We started publishing this article in early April, asking
you to let us know if we can reduce or eliminate your subscriptions. Since April of this year, many of you have responded, and together we have reduced the total number
of printed copies by more than 17,000!
We’ve come a long way, and we’ll continue to evolve
with the times. Our job is to make your job easier. As you
know, the Postal Bulletin is here to serve you, as it has
been for almost 125 years.
— Policies and Procedures Information,
Public Affairs and Communications, 2-5-04
7
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Administrative Services
Directives and Forms Update
Effective immediately, Publication 223, Directives and
Forms Catalog (June 1999), is revised. The tables below
contain the document ID, edition date, title, PSN (Postal
Servicet stock number), and the Postal Service and public
supply source for all new, revised, and obsolete directives
and forms. Use this article to keep Publication 223 current.
Information on how to order directives and forms is available in chapter 1 of Publication 223.
IWEB = Intranet = http://blue.usps.gov; click on
More References.
WWW = USPS www page = www.usps.com.
PE = Postal Explorer = http://pe.usps.gov.
F3 = F3 Fill Software.
We will incorporate these revisions into the next
printed version of Publication 223 and also into the online
version of Publication 223, which is available on the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site. Go to http://blue.usps.gov;
click on More References, then Publications.
New Directives
Memorandums of Policy
Edition
Date
PSIN
Title
MOP FI-12-15-2003 12/03
Policy Memo-Statistical Programs Letter #4, FY2004
Stock
Number
N/A
Org.
FIN
USPS
Public
Source Source
IWEB
N/A
Manual
Relation
Stock Number
7610-07-000-7685 DMM
Org.
P&C
USPS
Public
Source Source
MDC
MDC
Unit of
Issue
EACH
EACH
EACH
Org.
P&C
P&C
P&C
USPS
Source
MDC
MDC
MDC
Public
Source
P/F
P/F
P/F
Org.
ERM
ERM
PA&C
USPS
Source
HQS
HQS
HQS
Publications
PSIN
DMM 100-C
Edition
Date
Title
1/04
A Customer’s Guide to Mailing (Chinese)
Revised Directives
Posters
PSIN
POS Q632
POS Q640
POS Q641
Edition
Date
6/02
6/02
6/02
Title
Standard Mail Flats
Standard Mail Automation Letters
Standard Mail Automation Flats
Size
(inches)
14 x 21
14 x 21
14 x 21
Stock Number
7690-03-000-8916
7690-03-000-8917
7690-03-000-8918
Obsolete Directives
Headquarters Circulars
PSIN
HC 86-8
HC 87-3
HC 91-7
Edition
Date
12/86
11/87
12/91
Filing
Number
N/A
N/A
N/A
Title
Safety Program
Attendance and Leave Policy During Inclement Weather
Management of Postal Service Intellectual Property
Publications
PSIN
PUB 63
Edition
Date
Title
5/95
Designing Flat Mail
Manual
Relation
Stock Number
7610-03-000-9221 N/A
Org.
P&C
USPS
Public
Source
Source
MDCIWB P/F
— Policies and Procedures Information,
Public Affairs and Communications, 2-5-04
8
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
ASM REVISION
Cost Offset Procedures for Semipostal Stamps — Clarification
Effective February 5, 2004, Administrative Support
Manual 13 (ASM 13), part 645, is revised to clarify
procedures for determining offsets for the U.S. Postal Service’sr reasonable costs from semipostal stamp differential
revenue. This revision clarifies the following:
H The Postal Servicet can select stamps other than
commemorative stamps, such as definitive or special
stamps, for conducting cost comparisons.
H The Postal Service can select different comparable
stamps for specific cost comparisons.
H Costs less than $3,000 will be offset from differential
revenue, but only if they are charged to a finance
number that is specific to a semipostal stamp.
H Costs that do not need to be tracked include those
costs that are too burdensome to track or are too
burdensome to estimate.
H Printing, sales, distribution, and several other types
of costs could be recovered when they materially exceed the costs of comparable stamps.
The following ASM revisions clarify the provisions of part
645, which apply to all semipostal stamps issued by the
Postal Service. This section does not confer any substantive rights upon any other person or entity.
We will incorporate these revisions into the printed version of ASM 14 and into the online version of the manual
(ASM 13), which is available on the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site on the intranet; go to http://blue.usps.gov;
click on More References, then Manuals.
Administrative Support Manual
*
6
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Semipostal Stamps
*
645.5
*
Stamp Services
*
645
*
Support Services
*
64
*
*
*
Policy to Offset Costs for Semipostal Stamps
*
*
*
*
*
that would not normally be incurred for stamps having similar sales; physical characteristics; and marketing, promotional, and public relations activities (hereinafter
“comparable stamps”).
645.53 Procedure
[Revise 645.53 to read as follows:]
a. For each semipostal stamp, the Office of Stamp Services, in coordination with the Office of Accounting,
Finance, Controller, shall, based on judgment and
available information, identify the comparable
stamp(s) and create a profile of the typical cost characteristics of the comparable stamp(s) (e.g.,
manufacturing process, gum type), thereby establishing a baseline for cost comparison purposes. The
determination of comparable stamps may change
during or after the sales period, and different comparable stamp(s) may be used for specific cost
comparisons.
b. Except as specified, all costs associated with semipostal stamps will be tracked by the Office of Accounting, Finance, Controller. Costs that will not be
tracked include:
(1) Costs that the Postal Service determines to be
inconsequentially small, which include those
cost items that are less than $3,000 per invoice
and are not specifically charged to a semipostal
finance number.
(2) Costs for which the cost of tracking or estimation
would be burdensome (e.g., costs for which the
cost of tracking exceeds the cost to be tracked).
(3) Costs attributable to mail to which semipostal
stamps are affixed (which are attributable to the
appropriate class and/or subclass of mail).
(4) Administrative and support costs that the Postal
Service would have incurred whether or not
the Semipostal Stamp Program had been
established.
c. Cost items recoverable from the differential revenue
may include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) Packaging costs in excess of the cost to package comparable stamps.
(2) Printing costs of flyers and special receipts.
645.52 Policy
[Revise 645.52 to read as follows:]
Postal Service policy is to recover from the differential
revenue for each semipostal stamp those costs that are
determined to be attributable to the semipostal stamp and
(3) Costs of changes to equipment.
(4) Costs of developing and executing marketing
and promotional plans in excess of the cost for
comparable stamps.
9
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
(5) Other costs specific to the semipostal stamp that
would not normally have been incurred for comparable stamps.
c. Costs of stamp shipping and distribution.
(6) Costs in section 645.55 that materially exceed
those that would normally have been incurred for
comparable stamps.
e. Costs of stamp sales (including employee salaries
and benefits).
*
*
*
*
d. Estimated training costs for field staff, except for special training associated with semipostal stamps.
f. Costs associated with the withdrawal of the stamp issue from sale.
*
g. Costs associated with the destruction of unsold
stamps.
645.55 Other Costs
[Revise 645.55 to read as follows:]
h. Costs associated with the incorporation of semipostal
stamp images into advertising for the Postal Service
as an entity.
Other costs attributable to semipostal stamps but that normally would be incurred for comparable stamps, would be
recovered through the postage component of the semipostal stamp price. Such costs are not recovered, unless they
materially exceed the costs of comparable stamps. These
include, but are not limited to, the following:
*
*
*
*
*
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
a. Costs of stamp design (including market research).
b. Costs of stamp production and printing.
Customer Relations
Mail Alert
The mailings below will be deposited in the near future.
Offices should honor the requested home delivery dates.
Mailers wishing to participate in these alerts, for mailings of
1 million pieces or more, should contact Business Service
Network Integration at 703-292-4041 at least 1 month preceding the requested delivery dates. The Postal Servicet
Title of Mailing
Shrink Your Female Fat Zones
Cooking from the Cupboard
Alternative Cures
JC Penney Men’s Traditions
JC Penney Spring 16 Plus
JC Penney Spring Bra Solutions
JC Penney Spring Work Wear
South Beach Diet
JC Penney Week 2 Presidents’
Day
JC Penney Spring Home Sale
JC Penney Week 2 Men’s Tailored
Clothing
Class and
Type of
Mail
Standard/
Flat
Standard/
Flat
Standard/
Flat
Standard/
Catalog
Standard/
Catalog
Standard/
Catalog
Standard/
Catalog
Standard/
Flat
Standard/
Flat
Standard/
Catalog
Standard/
Flat
also offers electronic Mail Alerts via ADVANCE. For more
information, see the ADVANCE Notification & Tracking
System
Technical Guide
on the Internet at
http://www.ribbs.usps.gov/files/advance/ADVTECH.PDF or
contact the National Customer Support Center at
800-458-3181.
Requested
Delivery
Dates
2/4/04–2/6/04
Number
Presort
of Pieces
(Millions) Distribution Level
2.7
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Comments
Rodale/ALG Direct
2/5/04–2/7/04
1.2
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Rodale/ALG Direct
2/6/04–2/8/04
4.0
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Rodale/ALG Direct
2/6/04–2/9/04
1.7
Nationwide
Car-Rt
RR Donnelley
2/6/04–2/9/04
1.8
Nationwide
Car-Rt
RR Donnelley
2/6/04–2/9/04
1.4
Nationwide
Car-Rt
RR Donnelley
2/6/04–2/9/04
1.1
Nationwide
Car-Rt
RR Donnelley
2/7/04–2/9/04
2.0
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Rodale/ALG Direct
2/7/04–2/10/04
8.0
Nationwide
Car-Rt
Harte-Hanks
2/7/04–2/12/04
8.6
Nationwide
Car-Rt
Quebecorworld
2/9/04–2/11/04
3.1
Nationwide
Car-Rt
Harte-Hanks
10
Title of Mailing
Ginny’s
JC Penney Week 3 Super Sale
Preview
Get Thin Get Young
Midnight Velvet
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Class and
Type of
Mail
Standard/
Catalog
Standard/
Letter
Standard/
Flat
Standard/
Catalog
Requested
Delivery
Dates
2/9/04–2/12/04
Number
of Pieces
(Millions)
2.025
2/14/04–2/18/04
12.3
Presort
Distribution Level
Nationwide
Barcoded, Basic,
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Nationwide
Car-Rt
Comments
Quad Graphics,
Lomira, WI
Harte-Hanks
2/17/04–2/19/04
1.2
Nationwide
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Rodale/ALG Direct
2/17/04–2/20/04
3.255
Nationwide
Barcoded, Basic,
3/5-Digit, Car-Rt
Quad Graphics,
Lomira, WI
— Business Service Network Integration,
Service and Market Development, 2-5-04
Domestic Mail
DMM REVISION
Window Envelopes — Address Visibility
Effective February 5, 2004, Domestic Mail Manual
(DMMt) C010.6.1 is revised to clarify that all characters in
the delivery address (including any postal barcode, marking, or endorsement) must be completely visible in window
envelopes throughout the full range of the movement of the
inserts bearing the delivery address.
Clear Space
Mailers using window envelopes (both letter-size and
flat-size) should design inserts and address element placement to ensure successful processing of window envelopes
on automated equipment. One critical element that must be
considered in the design stage is adequate clear space
(blank space) between the address block and all four edges
of the window.
When an insert bearing a delivery address is placed in a
window envelope, the placement of all elements comprising the address block must be formatted on the insert to allow the entire delivery address and any corresponding
elements included as part of the delivery address block
(such as a POSTNET barcode or an Address Change Service (ACS) participant code) to appear in the window when
the insert is moved to its full limits in each direction within
the envelope.
With little exception, most mail is processed on automated equipment, which needs this clear space to distinguish address information from the edges of the window.
The requirements for clear space around the address block
are as follows:
H For nonautomation rate mail — except letter-size
mail bearing a barcode in the address block (see
DMM C840.2.5) and claimed at Enhanced Carrier
Route high density and saturation rates — a clear
space of at least 1/8 inch is required between the address block elements and the top, bottom, left, and
right edges of the window.
H For automation rate mail and letter-size mail claimed
at Enhanced Carrier Route high density and saturation rates bearing a barcode in the address block:
– A clear space of 1/8 inch is required between the
address block (including barcode) and the left and
right edges of the window.
– A clear space of 1/25 inch is required between the
top and bottom of the barcode and any address information line and (depending on placement within the address block) the top or bottom edge of the
window.
Any window envelope used for letter-size or flat-size
mail claimed at automation rates or for letter-size
mail claimed at Enhanced Carrier Route high density
or saturation rates must also meet the barcoding
standards for letters and flats in DMM C840.
H For letter-size automation rate mail and letter-size
mail claimed at Enhanced Carrier Route high density
and saturation rates bearing a barcode in the barcode clear zone (see DMM C840.2.1), a clear space
of 1/8 inch is recommended between the address
block elements and the top, bottom, left, and right
edges of the window.
11
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Additional Information
This revision ensures consistent interpretation of current
mailing standards for mailpieces prepared in window envelopes. Mailers and Postal Servicet employees are also reminded that DMM A010.1.1 requires that the delivery
address on any mailpiece, regardless of rate claimed, must
be visible and legible.
For additional information, mailers should review Publication 25, Designing Letter and Reply Mail. This publication
shows how to design mailpieces for improved mail processing and for possible postage savings. Publication 25 is
available at local Post Officest and on Postal Explorer at
http://pe.usps.gov.
We will incorporate this revision into the printed version
of DMM 59 and into the monthly update of the online DMM
available via Postal Explorer at http://pe.usps.gov.
Domestic Mail Manual (DMM)
*
*
*
*
C
Characteristics and Content
C000
General Information
C010
General Mailability Standards
*
*
*
*
6.0
SPECIAL MAILING ENVELOPES
6.1
Window Envelopes
*
*
[Revise introductory text of 6.1 by redesignating and revising the third sentence of 6.1b as the first sentence of the
introductory text to read as follows:]
For all letter-size and flat-size mail in window envelopes,
every character in the delivery address, including any postal barcode, marking, or endorsement, must be completely
visible through the window throughout the full range of
movement of the insert bearing the delivery address. Any
window envelope used for letter-size or flat-size mail
claimed at automation rates or for letter-size mail claimed
at Enhanced Carrier Route high density or saturation rates
must also meet the barcoding standards for letters and flats
in C840. Any window envelope used for letter-size or flatsize mail claimed at any other rate must meet the following
additional standards:
*
*
*
*
*
[Revise the first sentence and delete the third sentence of
6.1b to read as follows:]
b. A clear space of at least 1/8 inch is required between
the address block, which includes any optional endorsement line and any barcode, and the top,
bottom, left, and right edges of the address window,
and must remain when the insert is moved to its full
limits in each direction within the envelope to ensure
efficient processing and delivery. For nonautomation
rate mail, the bottom edge of the address window
must not extend more than 1/8 inch into the barcode
clear zone as defined in C840. Any letter-size
envelope containing a window that intrudes into the
barcode clear zone is not eligible for MLOCR or RVE
FASTforward processing options for the Move
Update standard in A030.
*
*
*
*
*
— Mailing Standards,
Pricing and Classification, 2-5-04
12
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
DMM REVISION
Labeling List Changes
Effective February 5, 2004, Domestic Mail Manual
(DMMt) L606 is revised to correct two Zip Codet
schemes that were recorded incorrectly in the “Add” portion
of the article “DMM Revision: Labeling List Changes” in
Postal Bulletin 22120 (1-22-04, pages 8–36). The corrected
information is given below.
We will incorporate this revision into the printed version
of DMM 59 and into the monthly update of the online DMM
available via Postal Explorer at http://pe.usps.gov.
L606
5-Digit Scheme—Standard Mail and Package
Services Parcels
Column A
Destination ZIP Codes
Change From:
33709, 43
69661, 63
Column B
Label Container To
ST PETERSBURG FL 33710
SCOTTSBLUFF NE 69361
Change To:
33709, 43
69361, 63
ST PETERSBURG FL 33709
SCOTTSBLUFF NE 69361
Domestic Mail Manual (DMM)
*
L
*
*
*
*
*
*
Labeling Lists
*
L600
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
— Logistics,
Network Operations Management, 2-5-04
Standard Mail and Package Services
*
*
*
*
*
Employees
Revised Form
PS Form 8038, Employee Statement to Recover Back Pay
PS Form 8038, Employee Statement to Recover Back
Pay, is revised to facilitate data collection required by the
Eagan Accounting Service Center in order to process back
pay claims in a timely manner. See pages 13–18 of this
Postal Bulletin for a copy of PS Form 8038.
Management Instruction EL 430-90-8, Back Pay, describes the general back pay claims process. For additional
information on back pay, go to the Headquarters’ Compensation Web site at http://hrishq.usps.gov/hrisp/comp/
letters.cfm. See also part 436 of the Employee and Labor
Relations Manual (ELM), on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet
Web site at http://blue.usps.gov; click on More References,
then Manuals.
Effective Date
Revised PS Form 8038 is dated January 2004 and is effective immediately. You may continue to use stocked copies of the original PS Form 8038, dated July 1990, until you
run out of them.
http://blue.usps.gov; click on More References, then
Forms. You can print the form locally. If you have any questions about how to complete the form, contact your local
personnel office.
You can also order this form from the Material Distribution Center (MDC) by using touch tone order entry (TTOE):
Call 800-332-0317, option 2.
Note: You must be registered to use TTOE. To register,
call 800-332-0317, option 1, extension 2925, and follow the
prompts to leave a message. (Wait 48 hours after registering before placing your first order).
Use the following information to order PS Form 8038:
PSIN:
NSN:
Unit of Measure:
Minimum Order Quantity:
Bulk Pack Quantity:
Quick Pick Number:
Price:
PS8038
7530-01-000-9907
EA
25
250
N/A
$0.1515
Availability of Form
We will not automatically distribute PS Form 8038 to
district offices or Post Officest. The form is available on
the Postal Service PolicyNet Web site; go to
— Compensation,
Employee Resource Management, 2-5-04
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
13
14
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
15
16
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
17
18
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
19
20
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Finance
REMINDER
Migratory Bird Stamp Destruction
The period for the sale of migratory bird stamps has
been extended. The following table contains the deadlines
by which unused stamps should be returned for destruction. Additional instructions can be found in part 427, Handling Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps,
Handbook F-1, Post Office Accounting Procedures, in the
online version accessible on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet
Web site at http://blue.usps.gov; click on More References;
then HBKs.
District customer service and sales offices must establish a schedule for offices to submit all unsold migratory bird
stamps for destruction. Offices served by stamp distribution
offices (SDOs) and stamp services centers (SSCs) must
submit unused stamp stock to the stamp destruction committee no later than May 28, 2004.
Facility Type
Procedures
Unsold Migratory
Bird Stamps in
Stamp Credits
Post Offices
Served by
SDO
Post
Offices,
Stations,
Stations and and
Branches
Branches
Served by
Served by
SDO
SSC
Return to unit reserve stock by April 30,
2004
Unsold Migratory
Bird Stamps in
Unit Reserve
Stock
Return to stamp destruction
committee by May 28, 2004
Return to
stamp
services
center by
May 28,
2004
Form
PS Form 17, Stamp Requisition/Stamp
Return (June 2002)
Notes:
1. Philatelic retail units and offices designated as philatelic retail units served by SDOs and SSCs must submit unsold migratory bird stamps more than two
years old to the stamp destruction committee by May
28, 2004.
2. Philatelic retail units and offices designated as philatelic retail units are the only outlets that should have a
beginning migratory bird stamp inventory as of June.
These offices should maintain a detailed accountability for their migratory bird stamp inventory locally.
— Revenue and Field Accounting,
Finance, 2-5-04
21
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
REMINDER
International Reply Coupons
All stations, branches, and Post Officest must submit
exchanged foreign-issued and U.S.-issued refunded international reply coupons (IRCs) accepted through December
31, 2003, to their servicing stamp distribution office (SDO)
or stamp services center (SSC) before February 27, 2004.
Redemption rates are:
H Exchanged
12-31-03
Foreign-Issued:
1-1-03
through
H Rate per Item: $0.80
Note: Reply coupons issued by foreign countries before
January 1, 1975, are no longer redeemable at U.S. Post
Offices.
H U.S.-Issued Refunded (purchase price less 1
cent): 1-1-03 through 12-31-03
H Rate per Item: $1.74
Section 426.9 of Handbook F-1, Post Office Accounting
Procedures, contains specific instructions for stations,
branches, and Post Offices for submitting exchanged
foreign-issued and U.S.-issued refunded IRCs to their servicing SDO or SSC.
Section 437.34 of Handbook F-1 contains specific instructions for SDOs, and section 447.34 contains specific
instructions for SSCs to account for returned IRCs and submission to the accounting service center (ASC).
SDOs and SSCs should mail IRCs to the following
address:
EAGAN ASC FINANCE BRANCH
FINANCIAL REPORTING
US POSTAL SERVICE
2825 LONE OAK PKWY
EAGAN MN 55121-9617
Handbook F-1 is accessible online on the Postal Service
PolicyNet Web site; go to http://blue.usps.gov; click on
More References, then HBKs.
— Revenue and Field Accounting,
Finance, 2-5-04
Revenue Unit for Fiscal Year 2003
The revenue unit for Fiscal Year 2003 is $336.47. This is
the average revenue for 1,000 pieces of originating mail
and special service transactions. The revenue unit is used
in the process of determining the proper cost ascertainment
grouping (CAG) for Post Officest.
— Revenue and Field Accounting,
Finance, 2-5-04
22
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
23
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
International Mail
PUBLICATIONS 524 AND 524-C REVISIONS
Size Requirements for Global Direct – Canada Admail
Effective February 5, 2004, Publication 524, Global Direct – Canada Admail (service guide), and Publication 524-C, Global
Direct – Canada Admail (brochure), are revised to update certain size requirements for items mailed with Global Directt –
Canada Admail service. The revised information is published in this article.
Both publications are available on the Postal Servicet PolicyNet Web site; go to http://blue.usps.gov; click on More References, and then PUBs. They are also available on the Internet; go to www.usps.com; click on About USPS & News, then
Forms & Publications, then Browse All Periodicals & Publications, and then Publications (either PDF Format or Text Format).
We will not stock printed versions of the new editions of these publications at the Material Distribution Center (MDC).
Publication 524, Global Direct – Canada Admail (service guide)
*
*
*
*
*
Section 1: Global Direct – Canada Admail
What You May Send
*
*
*
*
*
Size and Weight
Every item must meet size and weight requirements for its category. The maximum weight is 17.6 ounces (500 grams). The
size standards follow:
[Revise the table in three cells, all in the Width column. In the Standard section, for “Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form,”
revise the maximum width; also in the Standard section, for “Not in Card, Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form,” revise the
maximum width; and in the Large section, revise the minimum width. The entire table should read as follows (here we have
used bold to emphasize the revised text):]
Standard
Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form
Min.
Max.
Postcards or Cards
Min.
Max.
Not in Card, Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form
Min.
Max.
Large
Min.
Max.
*
*
*
*
*
Section 2: Global Direct Mailbox Service
*
*
*
*
*
Length
Width
Thickness
Weight
5.5 in.
140 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
5.5 in.
140 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
3.9 in.
100 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
14.96 in.
380 mm
3.5 in.
90 mm
6.14 in.
156 mm
3.5 in.
90 mm
4.7 in.
120 mm
2.75 in.
70 mm
6.14 in.
156 mm
6.14 in.
156 mm
10.6 in.
270 mm
.007 in.
0.18 mm
.2 in.
5 mm
.007 in.
0.18 mm
N/A
N/A
.007 in.
0.18 mm
.2 in.
5 mm
.2 in.
5 mm
.78 in.
20 mm
N/A
3.52 oz.
(100 grams)
N/A
N/A
3.52 oz.
(100 grams)
N/A
17.6 oz.
(500 grams)
24
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
How To Use Global Direct Mailbox Service
*
*
*
*
*
Step 2: Formatting Your Cards and Envelopes
Mail Standards
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Envelopes and Self-Mailers
*
*
*
[Revise the second bullet to read as follows:]
H Maximum size: 6-1/8 in. (156 mm) x 9-5/8 in. (245 mm)
*
*
*
*
*
Publication 524-C, Global Direct – Canada Admail (brochure)
Global Direct – Canada Admail
*
*
*
*
*
Size and Weight
[Revise the table in three cells, all in the Width column. In the Standard section, for “Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form,”
revise the maximum width; also in the Standard section, for “Not in Card, Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form,” revise the
maximum width; and in the Large section, revise the minimum width. The entire table should read as follows (here we have
used bold to emphasize the revised text):]
Standard
Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form
Min.
Max.
Postcards or Cards
Min.
Max.
Not in Card, Coupon, Self-Mailer or Envelope Form
Min.
Max.
Large
Min.
Max.
*
*
*
*
Length
Width
Thickness
Weight
5.5 in.
140 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
5.5 in.
140 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
3.9 in.
100 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
9.6 in.
245 mm
14.96 in.
380 mm
3.5 in.
90 mm
6.14 in.
156 mm
3.5 in.
90 mm
4.7 in.
120 mm
2.75 in.
70 mm
6.14 in.
156 mm
6.14 in.
156 mm
10.6 in.
270 mm
.007 in.
0.18 mm
.2 in.
5 mm
.007 in.
0.18 mm
N/A
N/A
.007 in.
0.18 mm
.2 in.
5 mm
.2 in.
5 mm
.78 in.
20 mm
N/A
3.52 oz.
(100 grams)
N/A
N/A
3.52 oz.
(100 grams)
N/A
17.6 oz.
(500 grams)
*
— International Product Development,
Product Development, 2-5-04
25
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
IMM REVISION
Closing of Exchange Office and Customs Service Location at Dallas International
Service Center
Effective February 14, 2004, the International Mail Manual (IMM) is revised as follows:
H Exhibits 292.452 and 292.455 are revised to reflect a network change that removes Dallas International Airport as a
U.S. International Exchange Office for export mail.
H IMM 292.153 and 293.32 are revised to reflect the address change for drop shipment locations.
H IMM Exhibits 294.42 and 295.43 are revised to reflect changes in labeling and routing information.
We will incorporate these revisions into the printed version of IMM 30 and also into the online version of the IMM, which
can be accessed via Postal Explorer at http://pe.usps.gov.
International Mail Manual (IMM)
*
2
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Conditions for Mailing
*
290
*
*
Commercial Services
*
*
*
292
International Priority Airmail Service
292.1
Description
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
292.15 Deposit
*
292.153 Drop Shipment Locations
Drop shipment rates are available from the following offices:
*
*
*
*
*
Texas:
[Revise the address for Texas to read as follows:]
DALLAS AIRPORT MAIL CTR
US POSTAL SERVICE
2300 W 32ND ST
DALLAS TX 75261-9741
*
292.4
*
*
*
*
Preparation Requirements for Individual Items
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
292.45 Sacking Requirements
*
*
*
292.452 Mixed Direct Country Package Sacks
*
*
*
*
*
26
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Exhibit 292.452 Labeling of IPA Mail to Postal Service Exchange Offices
[Revise Exhibit 292.452 by changing the third entry to read as follows. Delete the fourth entry (for “ISC DALLAS TX 753”).]
IPA Acceptance Office 3-Digit ZIP Code Prefix
* * * * *
424, 430–469, 478–516, 520–528, 530–531, 534–535, 537-567, 570–588,
600–620, 622–631, 633–641, 644–658, 660–662, 664–681, 683–693, 700–708,
710–799, 885
* * * * *
*
*
*
*
U.S. Exchange Office and Routing Code for Line 1
ISC CHICAGO IL 60688
*
292.455 Preparation Requirements for Canada
*
*
*
*
*
Exhibit 292.455 Canadian Labeling Information
[Revise Exhibit 292.455 by changing the sixth entry to read as follows. Delete the seventh entry (for the Exchange Office
designated “DFW”).]
Exchange
Office
Origin ZIP Code
* * * * *
460–469, 472–475, 478–479, 498–516, 520–528, 530–567, 570–588, 600–631, 633–641, ORD
644–658, 660–662, 664–681, 683–693, 700–708, 710–722, 724–816, 822–831, 840–847,
870–885, 893, 898
* * * * *
*
293
*
*
*
International Surface Air Lift (ISAL) Service
*
293.3
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Service Options
*
*
293.32 Drop Shipment Locations
Drop shipment rates (as shown in 293.71) are available from the following offices:
*
*
*
*
*
Texas:
[Revise the address for Texas to read as follows:]
DALLAS AIRPORT MAIL CTR
US POSTAL SERVICE
2300 W 32ND ST
DALLAS TX 75261-9741
*
294
*
*
*
*
*
Publishers’ Periodicals
*
294.4
*
*
*
Makeup Requirements for Publishers’ Periodicals
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
294.42 Sacking and Labeling
*
*
*
Canadian
Destination
U.S. Exchange
Office Code
TORONTO
ON FWD
60688
27
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Exhibit 294.42
Publishers’ Periodicals — All Countries (Except Canada) Labeling, Routing, and Rate Group
Information
[Revise Exhibit 294.42 by changing the entry for Mexico (on p. 4) to read as follows (changing the routing code from 753 to
75199):]
Destination Exchange Office Code
* * * * *
MEX
* * * * *
Country Routing Code
Mexico
Observations Publishers’ Periodical Rate Group
75199
2
Routing Identification Information:
*
*
*
*
*
[For the “Routing Identification Information” that appears at the end of Exhibit 294.42, revise the fourth item to read as
follows:]
75199
BMC Dallas TX 75199
*
295
*
*
*
*
*
Books and Sheet Music
*
295.4
*
*
*
Makeup Requirements for Books and Sheet Music
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
295.43 Sacking and Labeling
*
Exhibit 295.43
*
*
Books and Sheet Music — All Countries (Except Canada) Labeling and Routing Information
[Revise Exhibit 295.43 by changing the entry for Mexico (on p. 4) to read as follows (changing the routing code from 753 to
75199:]
Destination Exchange Office Code
* * * * *
MEX
* * * * *
Country
Routing Code
Mexico
Observations
75199
Routing Identification Information:
*
*
*
*
*
[For the “Routing Identification Information” that appears at the end of Exhibit 295.43, revise the fourth item to read as
follows:]
75199
BMC Dallas TX 75199
*
*
*
*
*
— International Network Operations,
Network Operations Management, 2-5-04
28
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
29
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Philately
STAMP ANNOUNCEMENT 04-01
Theodor Seuss Geisel Commemorative Stamp
H Three characters from the 1965 book I Had Trouble in
Getting To Solla Sollew:
– The Skritz
– The anonymous “young fellow”
– The Shrink
Copyright USPS 2003
The Postal Servicet will issue a 37-cent Theodor
Seuss Geisel commemorative stamp (Item 455500) in a
pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 on March 2,
2004, in La Jolla, California. The stamp, designed by Carl T.
Herrman, Carlsbad, California, goes on sale nationwide
March 3, 2004.
This stamp honors Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known
as Dr. Seuss, on the 100th anniversary of his birth. A Pulitzer Prize–winning author and illustrator, Dr. Seuss has
introduced countless children to the joys of reading.
The stamp features a color photograph of Geisel taken
in Dallas, Texas, in 1987. In the stamp design Geisel is surrounded by his illustrations of six characters from his
books. From left to right:
H The Cat in the Hat from The Cat in the Hat (1957)
Issue:
Item Number:
Denomination &
Type of Issue:
Format:
Series:
Issue Date & City:
Designer:
Art Director:
Typographer:
Modeler:
Manufacturing Process:
Printer:
Printed at:
Press Type:
Engraver:
Stamps per Pane:
Print Quantity:
Paper Type:
Adhesive Type:
Processed at:
Colors:
Stamp Orientation:
Image Area (w x h):
Overall Size (w x h):
Pane Size (w x h):
Plate Size:
Plate Numbers:
Marginal Markings:
H The Grinch (with color added) from How the Grinch
Stole Christmas! (1957)
H The Glotz (or the identical Klotz) from Oh Say Can
You Say? (1979)
Catalog Item Number(s):
Theodor Seuss Geisel
455500
37-cent commemorative
Pane of 20 with selvage (1 design)
N/A
March 2, 2004, La Jolla, CA 92038
Carl T. Herrman, Carlsbad, CA
Carl T. Herrman, Carlsbad, CA
Carl T. Herrman, Carlsbad, CA
Donald H. Woo
Gravure
Sennett Security Products (SSP)
American Packaging Corporation,
Columbus, WI
Rotomec, 3000
Southern Graphics
20
172 million stamps
Prephosphored, Type I
Pressure-sensitive
Unique Binders, Fredericksburg, VA
Magenta, Yellow, Cyan, Black,
Line Red, Line Blue
Horizontal
1.41 x 1.08 in./35.81 x 27.43 mm
1.56 x 1.23 in./39.62 x 31.24 mm
7.25 x 8.00 in./184.15 x 203.20 mm
180 stamps per revolution
“S” followed by six (6) single digits
“ 2003 USPS” • Price • Plate
numbers on two corners • Plate
position diagram • 4 UPC codes on
back • Licensing text • Dr. Seuss
Header/images
455520 Block of 4 — $1.48
$
455530 Block of 10 — $3.70
455540 Full
F ll Pane
P
off 20 — $7.40
$7 40
455561 First Day Cover — $0.75
$0 75
455591 Ceremony & FDC
set — $6.70
455593 Full Pane w/FDC — $8.15
30
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
How to Order the First Day of Issue Postmark
Philatelic Requirement
This information is not available at the time of this
printing.
SDOs with authorized philatelic centers will receive an
automatic distribution of these stamps in nine positions for
subsequent distribution to each philatelic window.
How to Order First Day Covers
Stamp Fulfillment Services also offers first day covers
for new stamp issues and Postal Service stationery items
postmarked with the official first day of issue cancellation.
Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered
in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog. Customers may request a free catalog by telephoning 800-STAMP-24 or by
writing to:
INFORMATION FULFILLMENT
DEPT 6270
US POSTAL SERVICE
PO BOX 219014
KANSAS CITY MO 64121-9014
First day covers remain on sale for at least 1 year after
the stamp’s issuance.
Philatelic Products
There is a philatelic product for this stamp issue. The
Ceremony Program and First Day Cover Keepsake, Item
455591, sells for $6.70 and is available:
H In Postal Retail Stores.
H Online at www.usps.com.
H By telephone at 800-STAMP-24.
Distribution: 37-cent Theodor Seuss Geisel
Commemorative Stamp, Item 455500
Stamp distribution offices (SDOs) will receive their full
standard automatic distribution quantity for a PSA sheet
stamp, plus an additional one-third the standard quantity.
Distributions are rounded up to the nearest master carton
size (40,000 stamps).
Initial Supply to Post Offices
SDOs will make a subsequent automatic distribution to
Post Offices of a full standard automatic distribution quantity using PS Form 17, Stamp Requisition/Stamp Return.
SDOs must not distribute stamps to Post Offices before
February 26, 2004.
SDOs That Serve This Many
Philatelic Windows…
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
12
13
16
19
Will Receive This Quantity of
the Theodor Seuss Geisel
Commemorative Stamp, Item
455500
18,000
36,000
54,000
72,000
90,000
108,000
144,000
162,000
216,000
234,000
288,000
342,000
Additional Supply
Post Offices requiring additional Item 455500 must requisition them from their designated SDO using PS Form 17.
SDOs requiring additional stamps must order them from
the appropriate accountable paper depository (APD) using
PS Form 17.
For fulfilling supplemental orders from SDOs, the Chicago, Memphis, and New York APDs will each receive
8,000,000 additional stamps; the San Francisco APD will
receive 7,000,000 additional stamps; and the Denver APD
will receive 3,200,000 additional stamps.
Sales Policy
All Post Offices must acquire and maintain a supply of
each new commemorative stamp as long as customer demand exists, until inventory is depleted, or until the stamp is
officially withdrawn from sale. If supplies run low, Post
Offices must reorder additional quantities using their normal ordering procedures.
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
(Philately section continues on page 51.)
31
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Fraud Alert
ALL PERSONNEL PROCESSING MAIL FOR DISPATCH ABROAD
Foreign Order No. 492
Keep all foreign order notices for use as reference.
Tentative Orders
Do not dispatch any mail to the above. Place the mail
pieces in a pouch endorsed “Foreign Order Mail” and send
it to:
POSTMASTER
CLAIMS AND INQUIRY
JAMES A FARLEY BLDG RM 2029A
NEW YORK NY 10199-9652
The Netherlands
USA GROUP
AND PROCESSING CENTRE
GELDERLANDPLEIN 75L
1082 LV AMSTERDAM
THE NETHERLANDS
Do not place any endorsement on the mail pieces
themselves.
Ireland
WORLDWIDE VERIFICATION SERVICE
(WVS)
WVS FORWARDING SERVICE
12 C SMITHSTOWN IND ESTATES
SHANNON COUNTY CLAIR
IRELAND
Personnel may post this notice at the outgoing primary.
They must post it on the Foreign Order Board at all Processing and Distribution plants, designated international exchange offices, and Customer Service plants.
— Judicial Officer, 2-5-04
Withholding of Mail Orders
Withholding of mail orders is enforced by postmasters at the cities listed below.
State/City/ZIP Code
NJ, Salem 08079-2026
NM, Santa Fe 87507-7223
WA, Lynnwood 98046-0793
Names and Addresses Covered
Any and All of Various Names Other Than the Surname Murray, 136 Route 45
Any and All Names Except Howard and Mary Fairchild, 3531 Cerrillos Road, Trailer #44
Any and All Names Except Billy J Godwin, PO Box 793
— Judicial Officer, 2-5-04
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
Domestic Orders
False Representation. Enforced by postmasters at the cities listed below.
State/City/ZIP Code
IL, Winnebago 61088-0005
Names and Addresses Covered
Cyndi Baumann dba JC Distribution, PO Box 5W
Product
An envelope-stuffing program.
— Judicial Officer, 2-5-04
PULL-OUT SECTION
Final Orders
32
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Invalid Express Mail Corporate Account Numbers
These numbers are to be posted and used by retail/acceptance clerks. This listing supersedes all previous notices, which must be recycled. Retail/acceptance clerks
must not accept Express Mailr shipments bearing any of
the invalid numbers (listed below) in the “customer
005097
005387
005831
006268
006346
006654
006864
006961
007070
007281
008011
008351
008524
008697
008728
008860
008874
009262
009758
010677
012113
012177
012311
012338
012404
014023
014276
014424
014467
014482
014897
014910
014939
015291
015441
015585
015671
015680
015713
016650
018018
018365
018441
018567
018839
019289
019489
019870
020238
021503
022146
022401
022429
022441
022721
022831
023271
023482
023501
023564
023614
025482
026006
026174
026589
028022
028055
028636
028659
029096
029398
030428
030468
033065
033242
037119
038097
038400
038492
044058
044078
049081
050068
054199
055111
055164
055236
060081
060371
060925
061399
061543
063447
064085
064120
064131
064152
064207
064255
064310
064316
064425
064480
064515
064535
064685
064707
064802
064815
064932
065444
065502
065572
065685
065709
065768
065913
065943
065986
066109
067132
068060
068070
068206
068248
068468
068941
069074
069321
069402
069955
070422
070984
071040
071488
071643
071691
071820
075180
075847
076008
076512
077123
077366
077387
077400
077406
077453
077768
079057
079200
080002
080010
080151
080342
080651
080708
080713
085092
085180
085199
085328
088062
088075
088145
088197
088257
088745
089296
089728
090603
091144
091476
091497
091586
091636
092070
092429
092670
093047
093222
093246
093290
093427
093442
093567
093719
094103
094112
094282
094414
094430
094572
094644
094653
094710
094787
094811
095533
095584
095600
095830
095968
096342
096361
096393
096467
096509
096562
096624
096649
096681
096754
096886
097061
097076
097121
097282
097287
097375
097496
097582
097733
097752
097789
098177
098242
098280
098322
098336
098346
098392
098480
098489
098495
098528
098658
098669
098683
098706
098715
098817
098825
098840
098867
098872
098905
098947
098949
098956
100021
100037
100077
100080
100088
100168
100170
100190
100225
100249
100283
100358
100433
101548
101737
101952
102047
102135
102269
102280
103425
104420
104454
104597
105297
105584
105638
105932
106309
108096
108504
108736
108770
108842
108890
109950
110065
110765
110886
110891
111719
113006
113062
113107
113159
113350
113718
113906
114243
114311
114630
115176
115184
115315
115512
115532
115576
117105
117274
117531
117902
118042
118125
118255
118563
118740
119507
120296
122345
123155
124168
125357
136202
136762
139300
142050
142174
142463
142519
146064
146527
146608
146778
151115
151207
152252
152390
152447
152579
152754
152757
152808
152903
153073
156248
165099
165316
165373
170340
171137
171174
171194
171316
171328
178058
178065
180043
180047
180058
180092
180100
181022
184008
184035
184066
185023
185058
185059
186027
187001
187042
191174
192278
192436
192520
192575
192888
192899
number” or “agreement number” section of the label or
form.
Note: The first 6 digits of a 9-digit Custom Designed Service and Next Day Pickup Service Agreement make up the
Corporate Account Number.
193520
193727
195062
195084
198266
200478
200512
200739
200826
200925
200955
206142
208727
209251
210585
210808
210812
210818
210819
210834
210838
212570
212953
220051
220086
220112
220170
220374
221075
221221
221243
221338
222297
223108
223114
227100
229071
232306
232347
235181
235245
240017
240089
254026
271006
272019
272102
272167
272214
272321
272326
274295
275007
275029
275062
275201
275205
277075
278023
278031
282862
282932
283562
284032
285021
286116
286187
292598
293227
296351
296516
297054
300168
300404
300834
300933
300990
301212
301302
301384
301412
301913
301963
301978
302108
302275
302408
305034
305042
306104
311125
312383
312468
314383
314573
314656
315028
317340
317341
320052
320877
320901
321050
321056
321090
321167
321179
322044
322100
322143
322183
322317
322533
323064
323176
324442
326690
327825
327876
329009
330096
330108
330132
330134
330165
330218
330233
330282
330290
330339
330404
330424
330612
330705
330782
330788
330901
330968
331140
331681
332037
332048
332084
332182
332294
332449
332827
332923
332986
332989
332992
333148
333314
333345
333413
333602
333646
333833
333899
333910
334028
334052
335239
335350
336093
336455
336588
339614
340002
340117
340155
340165
340174
340481
340562
340665
340771
340805
340910
340949
349016
349019
349100
349588
351026
352271
352696
352767
358038
358059
361122
361343
366201
374069
383145
388054
401010
402068
402201
402235
402236
402260
402281
402661
402711
402771
402825
402907
404100
405209
405800
421022
424077
427025
432366
432713
441335
441399
441449
441501
441559
441630
441748
441923
450180
452528
452536
452804
452827
453008
454523
454801
458097
458101
461097
462728
463073
464004
464013
464043
464052
464100
464102
464124
464153
464178
464202
465072
465114
469104
469112
469124
469188
469200
473069
477087
477175
478007
478008
478060
479118
479127
480035
480181
480251
480793
480814
480930
480996
481122
481142
481148
481153
481372
481417
481440
481465
481505
481598
481623
481646
481673
481703
481716
481728
481740
481746
481757
481760
481766
481800
481813
481834
481842
481848
481856
481870
481872
481906
481927
481974
481980
481991
482227
482258
482288
482421
482481
482519
482527
482537
482551
482591
482597
482678
482697
482712
482730
482764
482770
482787
482892
482953
482993
33
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
483190
483317
483345
483425
483578
483839
483873
484002
485149
485317
485331
486334
488009
489419
489441
490290
490578
490692
491106
492053
495439
496131
520001
522025
531612
531794
537414
541230
543470
551162
551187
551297
551356
551400
554859
563053
570005
573001
577077
591280
598652
600031
600173
600408
600650
600655
601105
601120
601203
601268
601271
601584
601608
601791
601931
601937
602003
602846
602930
603029
604178
604326
604750
605027
605040
605072
605163
605182
605209
605349
606240
606290
606417
606448
606529
606580
606735
607655
607838
608135
608348
610177
616091
617198
618111
627040
628014
628139
631465
631944
631946
641145
641246
641370
641405
641455
641484
641486
641602
641630
641644
641672
641676
641873
641996
652415
652500
658118
660613
662165
672270
675002
687025
701744
708365
708646
712016
727079
730173
730531
730537
730661
730885
735006
735008
740131
740294
740678
740759
740767
740997
741017
741237
741602
741625
741650
741664
741674
741877
741895
748029
750171
750232
750459
750479
750658
750781
750789
750791
750867
751011
751039
751081
751185
752009
752056
752253
752257
752300
752309
752314
752322
752425
752483
752484
752498
752732
752738
752900
752996
754005
754019
754033
756017
757046
757082
757173
757331
757500
759008
760091
765618
767521
770103
770224
770561
771543
771756
771953
772552
773515
775026
778001
778003
778022
782070
782515
782945
785533
785545
785704
787048
787095
787667
787996
797029
797165
799139
800079
800104
800526
800555
801311
801473
801593
801606
801716
802104
802260
802341
802354
802590
802717
803126
804234
805121
805454
809023
809138
811001
812037
813055
814031
815094
816180
816253
833246
834075
837132
841249
841393
844227
846190
852756
852970
853377
853689
853799
856202
871653
891230
891332
891369
891376
891396
891867
891891
891921
891957
891958
895069
895074
900126
901193
902440
903632
906022
906056
906075
906076
906081
906160
906176
906182
906395
906396
906473
906484
906502
906505
906657
906817
906835
906857
906903
906921
907192
907207
907221
907245
907259
907286
907296
907353
907403
907461
907469
907470
907491
907517
907578
907596
907629
907645
907661
907707
907717
907800
907875
907878
907926
910025
910209
910405
912389
913051
913059
913076
913542
913649
913987
914528
914920
915303
915430
915451
915504
915631
917495
917697
917714
917874
921038
921448
924689
926117
926200
926265
927026
928218
928317
928451
928707
930025
930394
931919
932685
933417
933461
936102
937245
937453
937699
937737
937867
939128
940053
940394
940428
940456
941466
945286
945389
945855
945893
946230
946375
946595
947118
948099
948112
948225
948332
948379
948438
948496
948518
948599
948625
948646
949510
949711
950665
950877
950944
951019
951077
951139
951381
952236
952282
952324
952343
953240
953244
953259
953282
953311
953348
953362
953368
953372
958713
958812
958860
958883
958897
958905
958915
958920
958922
958923
958925
958927
958954
958959
958974
958980
959046
960087
960671
967310
967386
968155
968160
968416
968762
968911
968952
969020
970183
970771
970810
970930
972284
972296
972325
972769
980161
980298
982107
982256
982310
982313
982519
985056
992495
992520
992767
— Product Information Requirements,
Product Development, 2-5-04
34
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms
Do Not Cash — Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors
This listing will be provided to all Postal Servicet employees responsible for accepting and cashing postal
money orders. All interim notices should be destroyed
when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The
actual serial numbers consist of the first 10 digits on the
money orders. Check for altered dollar amounts by holding
money orders to the light.
010 504 1932
to
010 504 1999
026 492 3180 to
026 492 3199
043 205 5922 to
043 205 5999
011 582 1889
to
011 582 1899
027 361 0430 to
027 361 0499
044 087 3457 to
044 087 3499
011 588 2900
to
011 588 3099
027 369 4482 to
027 369 4495
044 087 4000 to
044 087 4099
012 579 5675 to
012 579 5699
027 671 8762 to
027 671 8776
045 524 4121 to
045 524 4298
013 289 6176
to
013 289 6199
027 787 9886 to
027 787 9899
046 800 9870 to
046 800 9899
013 610 0014
to
013 610 0099
027 965 9487 to
027 965 9499
047 352 4000 to
047 352 4099
014 932 1000
to
014 932 1099
028 191 1852 to
028 191 1999
047 552 4370
014 972 0800
to
014 972 0899
028 850 3000 to
028 850 3199
015 363 0007
to
015 363 0099
029 510 1500 to
029 510 1599
017 028 3200
to
017 028 3299
030 687 0903 to
030 687 0999
018 569 5333
to
018 569 5399
030 701 3442 to
030 701 3499
018 986 5264
to
018 986 5299
031 077 4507 to
031 077 4799
019 518 2814
to
019 518 2899
032 295 7500 to
032 295 9999
020 698 5159
to
020 698 5199
034 394 1000 to
034 394 1099
020 844 7307 to
020 844 7399
034 943 0400 to
034 943 0799
020 972 8948
to
020 972 8999
035 035 4337 to
035 035 4399
022 021 9110
to
022 021 9181
037 706 9578 to
037 706 9599
022 037 1411 to
022 037 1499
037 805 3677 to
037 805 3699
023 637 7169 to
023 637 7199
037 909 5490
024 380 4100 to
024 380 4199
to
037 909 5499
040 024 3901 to
040 024 3999
024 496 6870 to
024 496 6896
040 674 7100 to
040 674 7199
025 092 0987 to
025 092 0999
040 688 8816 to
040 688 8899
025 369 5535 to
025 369 5599
041 299 6752 to
041 299 6799
025 729 1151 to
025 729 1199
041 623 8889 to
041 623 8899
025 729 1643 to
025 729 1799
041 803 6565 to
041 803 6599
to
047 552 4399
048 396 3647 to
048 396 3699
051 774 8857 to
051 774 8899
051 781 2875 to
051 781 2885
058 187 3836 to
058 187 3899
060 406 7650 to
060 406 7699
058 591 1153 to
058 591 1299
077 999 4001 to
077 999 4090
210 221 0548 to
210 221 0599
227 275 9400
to
227 275 9999
273 070 8059
to
273 070 8099
273 775 7700
to
273 775 7899
302 000 0000
to
302 123 9999
349 746 2056
350 518 7350
360 011 1690
360 168 6008
360 173 8800
360 324 2326
362 861 3064
373 006 2176
374 768 2600
375 169 4400
375 829 3400
375 851 9100
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
2099
7374
1699
6099
8899
2399
3099
2199
2699
4599
3499
9199
376 196 0911
378 085 3679
378 351 1063
379 843 5100
380 093 9600
380 165 1165
381 325 4500
381 604 2510
381 645 9525
383 314 3968
383 892 1000
383 892 1382
384 925 3641
385 568 2331
385 599 7554
385 774 2024
386 624 1412
386 883 8936
387 314 5574
387 837 6300
388 828 0656
389 696 2400
389 846 3104
389 846 3145
389 887 9211
389 887 9234
390 001 3182
390 001 3500
390 545 5974
391 104 6146
391 574 1466
391 783 3020
391 792 6100
392 668 2956
392 854 8500
393 584 7566
393 650 0074
393 838 8316
393 893 6007
394 126 6907
394 189 0405
394 822 3243
394 990 1810
395 343 3264
395 373 3035
395 396 9649
395 970 3240
397 622 4054
397 819 8902
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
0999
3699
1099
5199
9699
1199
4599
2699
9599
3999
1344
1399
3654
2399
7575
2099
1599
8999
5599
6399
0699
2799
3135
3195
9230
9299
3199
3699
5999
6199
1499
3599
6199
2999
8899
7699
0099
8499
6099
6999
0599
3278
1899
3299
3099
9799
3299
4099
8999
35
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
398 149 7200
399 070 0872
399 156 7119
399 203 5064
399 296 9910
399 396 8935
399 792 7775
399 792 8300
400 427 1051
401 045 1505
401 045 1571
401 294 2700
401 310 9505
401 382 5312
402 578 7876
403 125 6744
403 260 7000
403 280 6470
403 685 8600
404 003 0300
404 041 8838
404 071 4268
404 347 5356
404 347 5548
404 726 4500
404 961 5001
405 325 0188
406 009 4587
406 260 6830
406 459 6641
406 733 3000
407 545 1557
407 594 0412
407 692 9100
407 959 2190
408 265 2275
408 499 7700
408 499 7900
408 682 8484
408 698 7015
409 072 3941
410 491 2311
410 694 8400
410 775 1500
410 795 7927
410 867 0917
410 867 0970
411 868 1023
411 922 2322
412 193 0900
412 395 8599
412 485 6500
412 485 6610
412 885 5953
414 193 3608
414 193 3677
414 411 7348
414 640 0757
414 965 1727
417 302 8104
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
7699
0899
7199
5099
9999
8999
7799
8399
1999
1549
1599
2799
9599
5399
7899
6799
7499
6499
8699
0399
8899
4299
5399
5599
4599
5199
0198
4599
6899
6999
3999
1599
0599
9299
2199
2288
7799
7999
8599
7099
3999
2399
8599
1599
7999
0966
0999
1199
2399
0999
8699
6599
6699
5999
3674
3699
7399
0799
1799
8199
417 387 6532
417 496 6800
417 871 9250
417 930 9533
418 164 6500
418 423 9863
418 633 5922
418 719 8520
418 744 2235
418 962 2848
419 543 0286
419 730 0300
420 277 0015
420 599 0734
420 661 4115
420 758 9500
420 969 3951
420 969 3973
421 116 3565
421 130 9300
421 313 4500
421 364 5537
421 656 2609
421 988 9700
422 172 4667
422 484 4212
422 556 1270
422 587 7024
422 819 7533
422 842 5073
422 907 7563
424 500 6050
424 641 8500
424 871 6600
425 298 2352
425 418 4269
425 418 4405
426 547 4566
427 412 6337
427 481 0900
428 027 2742
429 474 4172
429 889 2900
430 150 4401
430 172 9800
430 177 1900
430 444 9500
430 664 4070
432 168 8419
432 708 6800
432 744 1544
432 995 9775
433 003 5800
433 757 3047
433 765 4003
434 482 7060
434 513 2386
434 968 3076
435 303 1831
435 303 1986
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
6599
6999
9299
9599
6799
9899
5999
8599
2299
2899
0299
0399
0049
0798
4199
9699
3971
3999
3599
9399
4999
5599
2699
9799
4699
4299
1299
7099
7599
5087
7599
6099
8599
6699
2399
4299
4499
4599
6499
0999
2752
4199
2999
4599
9899
2099
9699
4099
8499
6999
1599
9799
5899
3099
4099
7199
2399
3092
1842
1999
435 666 6092
436 082 6400
436 160 6441
437 316 7115
437 427 0500
439 179 2300
439 310 0458
440 698 1947
440 858 6300
440 858 6420
441 199 1655
443 127 3648
443 127 4000
443 673 7900
443 800 9335
444 382 8822
444 390 1667
444 457 3854
450 048 4173
450 048 4442
450 560 5173
450 620 3077
450 620 3135
450 780 2716
450 801 2700
451 109 2967
451 115 4110
451 115 4127
451 746 0700
452 265 0074
452 265 0246
452 265 0335
452 509 1169
452 855 6471
452 890 4679
452 900 8215
453 117 9146
453 334 3631
453 603 7841
453 650 1140
453 741 1300
454 013 2919
454 186 2411
454 268 4883
454 302 5400
454 490 8300
454 547 7434
454 922 4867
455 221 1348
455 364 2147
455 399 5400
455 476 0676
455 543 0618
456 410 9006
456 470 4146
456 619 4460
457 333 2686
457 729 1767
457 937 8615
458 028 9810
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
6399
6899
6499
7199
3499
2399
0499
1999
6399
7299
1699
3699
4099
7999
9399
8899
1699
3899
4199
4699
5199
3099
3199
2799
2799
2984
4125
4199
0799
0099
0299
0999
1199
6499
4799
8238
9199
3699
7891
1199
1399
2999
2499
4899
5499
8399
7499
4895
1499
2199
5499
0699
0699
9099
4299
4499
2699
1777
8699
9899
458 057 2712
458 069 9537
458 069 9665
458 337 5222
458 354 7653
458 671 8678
458 671 8721
458 847 5044
459 274 7624
459 365 5432
459 378 5764
459 472 4816
460 349 6878
460 550 1909
460 997 5234
461 973 6443
462 152 0107
462 274 1072
462 277 8373
462 554 6051
463 011 5529
463 176 4115
463 176 4229
463 185 2600
463 227 7711
463 414 4869
463 808 3484
463 945 7400
464 629 9000
464 711 4332
465 692 3963
465 698 8300
465 743 7745
466 798 6056
467 147 4300
468 079 5782
469 067 2817
469 127 8000
469 213 0359
469 213 0500
469 561 8011
469 658 1961
469 666 9900
469 678 1900
469 781 4900
469 947 6960
470 755 5800
471 918 0300
471 985 2408
472 191 6700
472 270 2555
472 987 0213
472 987 0290
473 151 2069
473 666 9138
473 952 3429
474 108 5402
474 356 5193
474 949 3366
475 134 9362
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
2999
9599
9699
5299
7999
8699
8798
5999
7699
5499
5799
4999
6899
1999
5299
6499
0299
1099
8399
6099
5540
4199
4299
2799
7799
4899
3499
7899
9399
4399
3999
8599
7799
6067
4399
5799
2899
8199
0399
0599
8099
1999
9999
1999
4999
6999
5818
0999
2419
6799
2599
0241
0299
2199
9199
3499
5499
5299
3399
9399
36
475 167 9667
475 319 3415
475 319 3649
475 340 6400
475 424 8410
475 629 9156
475 850 6101
475 875 2500
476 169 8264
476 189 3000
476 331 2480
477 289 8601
477 681 5206
478 010 4243
478 010 4270
478 450 5071
478 469 7838
478 469 7883
479 280 9800
479 365 9116
479 412 9900
479 667 6190
479 748 9680
479 860 7000
480 526 2000
480 640 6330
480 658 0568
480 689 5100
481 072 9463
481 673 0074
482 527 1500
482 541 5255
482 729 6800
483 363 7207
483 402 2356
483 486 5100
483 632 1521
483 632 2600
483 849 1615
484 174 4803
484 323 8900
484 680 5000
484 680 5040
484 680 5077
485 029 4913
486 176 0600
486 559 7555
486 696 3023
488 173 7900
488 206 4100
488 226 0200
488 709 3906
488 855 8359
489 181 8963
489 223 2000
489 311 1930
489 318 6200
489 384 0027
489 427 0658
489 997 5252
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
9699
3499
3799
6599
8499
9199
6199
2599
8299
3499
2499
8699
5299
4268
4291
5099
7858
7899
9899
9176
9999
6199
9699
7199
2099
6399
0599
5199
9499
0095
1599
5299
6899
7299
2399
5199
1599
2799
1699
5299
9199
5038
5074
5099
4999
0699
7599
3199
7999
4199
0299
3999
8399
8999
2099
1999
6300
0099
0899
5299
490 669 5850
490 717 7080
490 721 6000
490 793 1500
490 886 8171
490 977 9221
491 258 8100
491 567 1376
492 254 4800
492 283 5100
492 610 6813
493 394 5568
493 470 2562
493 473 7700
493 716 2153
494 206 2972
494 217 3446
494 224 0500
495 145 0600
496 209 7425
496 213 8728
496 474 5226
497 053 8517
497 854 8673
498 449 8888
498 929 8285
498 936 5310
499 016 5425
499 440 8575
499 731 6717
500 064 1858
500 070 5725
600 645 3223
601 339 1200
601 653 5884
601 661 7700
601 682 5343
601 928 1600
602 512 2972
602 555 2400
602 829 7061
603 483 9572
603 490 7200
603 678 7100
603 678 7662
603 678 7902
603 678 8418
603 678 8700
604 086 0880
604 349 1414
604 503 7776
605 520 9037
605 685 4010
605 988 6467
607 689 7951
607 728 1276
608 727 7100
608 727 7273
608 813 9950
609 067 5325
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
6099
7099
6099
2099
8199
9240
9099
1399
4899
5199
6899
5599
2599
7799
2199
2999
3999
0599
0699
7499
8799
5248
8699
8699
8899
8499
5399
5499
8899
6799
1869
7799
3299
1399
5899
7799
5399
1699
2999
2799
7099
9599
7299
7199
7699
7999
8499
9999
0899
1499
7799
9099
4099
6499
7960
1299
7199
7599
9999
5399
609 067 5488
609 067 5600
609 289 6123
609 438 4400
609 493 1100
609 766 8091
609 825 4100
609 884 2981
609 893 1000
610 092 3200
610 582 4200
611 879 6939
612 291 8013
612 751 5171
612 751 5226
612 751 6083
612 751 6268
612 751 6572
612 774 2111
612 774 2254
612 774 2500
614 469 0979
614 474 3000
614 521 3490
614 645 1800
614 832 1100
615 017 7505
617 711 6609
617 760 5266
617 813 3601
618 840 9200
619 551 7229
619 859 3000
620 073 9400
621 614 7907
621 614 7932
621 648 8021
621 648 8500
621 904 8351
621 916 1978
622 989 8032
623 076 9300
623 819 5006
623 895 8200
623 917 0000
623 917 0200
624 468 5288
624 665 3162
625 088 6735
625 916 9500
625 968 8956
627 005 3938
627 384 3907
627 496 7549
627 708 3605
627 776 2500
628 226 3100
628 814 4702
628 851 9689
629 510 7200
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
5499
5699
6199
4499
1199
8999
4115
2999
1099
3299
4299
6999
8099
5199
5299
6099
6299
6599
2199
2299
2599
0999
3099
3499
1899
2099
7599
6699
5299
3699
9299
7299
3099
9499
7930
7999
8199
8599
8599
1989
8099
9399
5099
8399
0099
0299
5299
3198
6799
9799
8999
3999
4099
7599
3699
2599
3199
4799
9699
7299
629 964 4200
630 389 3056
630 463 0588
631 459 9117
631 762 9325
632 217 4933
632 500 0000
633 110 4165
633 110 4303
633 438 6429
633 588 7173
634 725 0700
634 803 3239
634 807 2474
634 827 5900
634 886 3428
635 559 3449
636 289 6214
636 634 8007
637 150 1200
637 562 5828
638 042 1647
638 049 4984
638 318 1115
638 318 1453
638 885 0000
638 903 4362
639 415 1929
639 415 2019
639 420 6200
639 469 3517
639 605 2143
639 657 8600
640 289 7500
640 289 7700
641 170 4420
641 318 3133
641 378 6500
641 383 8739
641 877 3187
641 877 3310
642 355 8094
642 355 8308
642 900 0018
643 030 6254
644 066 0882
644 069 0600
644 077 7506
644 085 8157
644 112 9839
644 373 9083
644 380 1460
644 733 4715
644 900 9712
644 901 0109
644 901 1325
644 923 6800
644 932 4655
645 318 7240
645 333 1766
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
4294
3071
0599
9199
9399
4999
599 9999
4199
4499
6599
7182
0799
3299
2499
5999
3499
3499
6299
8042
1299
5899
1699
4999
1199
1499
0299
4373
1999
2099
6299
3799
2199
8799
7599
7999
4499
3199
6999
8799
3299
3399
8199
8999
0099
6299
0899
0699
7699
8199
9899
9099
1499
4799
9799
1299
1399
7799
4699
7499
1799
37
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
645 790 8632
645 821 0657
645 930 7948
645 975 0737
646 242 6200
646 270 7639
646 798 4000
647 048 7035
647 049 2900
647 398 8300
647 398 8481
647 437 3000
647 811 2188
648 009 6057
648 163 5300
648 722 5283
648 892 3164
649 100 3989
649 647 0370
649 647 0522
649 647 5237
649 647 9100
649 666 7800
650 114 7707
650 130 3400
650 213 0406
650 555 1749
650 564 1900
650 627 4212
650 736 2043
650 739 1540
651 741 4415
651 882 2800
652 754 6317
653 131 4945
653 426 3300
653 455 4874
654 238 0000
654 404 3065
654 962 2900
655 103 5081
655 523 2600
656 305 2448
657 347 4438
657 710 8100
657 780 0985
658 586 1400
658 877 8000
658 880 8000
659 398 7300
659 706 8113
659 846 7837
660 510 4100
660 673 0400
661 488 5000
661 609 9100
661 716 9420
661 906 6522
662 021 8332
662 068 0700
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
8699
0699
7999
0762
6299
7799
4999
7099
2999
8399
8499
4999
2199
6099
5499
5299
3199
3999
0399
0599
5399
9299
8299
7719
3599
0499
1799
1999
4299
2099
1699
4499
2899
6399
4999
3399
4899
0399
3092
3199
5199
2999
2499
4999
8999
0999
1499
8199
8199
7399
8199
7899
4199
0599
5099
9199
9499
6599
8399
0899
662 553 0774
663 078 7034
663 763 5300
663 883 7039
663 938 9200
664 253 8000
664 656 3055
665 174 6400
665 274 8208
665 669 5400
666 132 8226
666 696 2209
666 696 2309
667 032 9300
667 729 5529
668 383 8400
670 368 3400
670 369 7336
670 750 7169
671 046 6200
671 251 5448
671 926 5600
672 444 2000
672 828 3410
673 167 5776
675 464 3700
675 464 4000
676 365 5958
676 669 1024
677 126 6734
677 333 9979
677 466 1088
678 071 4500
678 096 7531
679 909 2578
680 112 9565
680 244 0903
680 412 6046
680 761 6800
681 677 0540
682 070 1029
682 956 6280
682 956 6490
682 956 6700
682 965 1178
682 965 1201
683 118 2389
683 378 2000
683 378 2117
683 415 1200
683 444 8159
685 154 7780
685 297 7645
685 623 5264
685 650 9487
685 669 4200
685 757 8452
686 071 2694
686 176 3333
686 372 3200
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
0799
7099
5399
7499
9299
8499
3099
6499
8299
5499
8299
2299
2399
9399
5599
8699
3499
7399
7199
6399
5499
5799
2999
3499
5799
3799
4199
5999
1099
6799
9999
1099
4799
7599
2599
9599
0999
6099
6899
0699
1099
6299
6599
6799
1199
1299
2399
2099
2299
1499
8199
7789
7699
5299
9499
4299
8499
2799
3354
3299
686 644 5879
686 899 1371
686 931 7636
687 601 0973
687 614 6774
688 120 9000
688 314 3107
690 291 1361
690 788 2877
690 893 5344
690 893 5512
690 904 1300
690 941 6000
691 313 6383
691 313 6600
691 582 8003
691 664 1800
691 664 2400
692 727 9362
692 798 1800
693 249 0779
693 249 0877
693 445 0566
693 448 8500
693 645 9583
693 965 4200
695 741 2906
695 947 8518
696 662 8247
697 447 8285
698 042 4816
698 131 2138
698 227 0000
700 065 2570
700 065 4800
700 190 3350
700 228 6048
700 650 0452
700 666 1323
700 786 9106
700 859 0744
701 028 6780
701 213 3900
701 267 2000
701 335 7312
701 369 2005
701 499 2260
701 503 2247
701 541 2271
701 553 6557
701 601 3457
701 605 5913
701 695 3982
701 695 4148
701 695 4227
701 708 1741
701 736 3966
701 838 2800
701 941 0600
702 171 1603
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
5899
1399
7699
0999
6799
9999
3191
1371
2899
5399
5599
1599
6199
6399
6699
8099
1999
2499
9399
1899
0799
1699
0999
8999
9599
4299
2999
8599
8299
8296
4899
2157
0099
2599
4899
3359
6099
0499
1349
9142
0758
6899
3999
3999
7399
2050
2299
2299
2299
6599
3499
5999
3999
4199
4299
1799
3999
2899
0699
1699
702 195 5109
702 254 9300
702 264 7569
702 713 1800
702 821 5730
702 821 5805
702 846 6331
702 848 3900
702 857 7302
702 878 0114
740 002 7710
740 241 9049
740 255 1718
740 470 2420
740 523 7432
740 535 1555
740 701 6105
740 705 9790
740 726 6400
740 765 3306
805 885 8411
806 087 1100
806 268 9275
806 534 3400
807 342 3283
808 086 7100
808 090 3440
808 325 5161
808 784 8000
830 125 0672
830 602 5800
830 610 3700
830 983 3500
830 983 3635
831 354 1387
831 815 8240
832 525 3810
833 159 1884
833 456 2567
833 566 3015
834 130 5200
834 316 5444
834 354 8747
834 354 8824
835 269 5700
835 496 7303
835 539 5200
835 813 3015
837 672 8967
837 784 3282
838 176 8377
838 518 1257
839 718 8257
840 323 0600
840 875 6235
840 910 0900
841 349 5000
841 805 7747
841 805 7944
842 226 0685
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
5199
9399
7599
1809
5799
5899
6399
3999
7499
0199
7719
9099
1799
2443
7449
1580
6114
9799
6500
3399
8499
1499
9299
3477
3399
7199
3499
5699
8299
0699
5999
3799
3599
3699
1399
8299
3899
1899
2599
3071
5299
5499
8766
8838
5799
7399
5999
3099
8999
3299
8399
1299
8299
0699
6299
0999
5099
7899
8099
0695
38
842 685 4600
842 685 4742
842 860 0300
842 898 5582
843 062 7100
843 077 6288
843 077 6378
843 758 5769
843 786 2554
845 656 8165
845 727 2100
845 746 2618
846 390 7531
846 918 0572
847 237 7690
847 284 2481
847 374 7055
847 374 7055
847 636 5304
847 700 5447
847 723 7500
849 485 3427
849 520 9850
849 608 1357
849 792 2600
850 546 1862
851 143 6826
851 209 9880
851 928 9221
852 589 6560
853 049 3646
854 304 4089
854 529 2200
854 532 0000
855 001 6204
855 319 9364
855 361 3390
856 226 0490
856 656 5800
856 752 0200
857 111 1352
857 279 3450
857 843 4000
858 124 7644
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
4699
4999
0399
5599
7199
6299
6399
5778
2699
8199
2199
2635
7599
0599
7699
2499
7065
7065
5399
5499
7599
3499
9899
1399
2699
1899
6844
9899
9299
6599
3699
4999
2299
2999
6249
9399
3399
0499
5999
0299
1399
3499
4099
7699
858 756 3111
859 063 8200
859 190 0600
859 437 5538
859 811 2888
859 855 8873
860 240 8520
860 275 3900
860 518 9629
860 600 0021
861 158 2350
861 367 5400
861 637 6010
861 979 7292
862 216 6100
862 263 9213
862 271 0800
862 271 5000
863 871 5138
863 949 5300
864 088 8200
864 426 3972
864 520 6117
865 151 0526
865 500 4034
865 883 6082
866 004 3000
866 442 4100
867 366 9108
867 633 7403
867 737 5623
868 169 4529
868 173 8400
868 514 9000
868 566 9200
869 387 1150
869 505 3500
869 523 7033
869 800 0000
870 054 4814
870 491 4812
870 536 5820
870 541 7167
870 575 8155
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
3299
8699
0644
5599
2899
8999
8599
3999
9699
0999
2599
5499
6099
7499
6199
9299
0999
5099
5199
5399
8299
3999
6136
0599
4099
6099
3999
4899
9118
7499
5699
4599
8599
9099
9299
1199
3599
7099
999 9999
4899
4849
5829
7239
8999
870 589 0485
870 691 7060
872 100 0445
900 556 4178
900 845 0044
900 936 0217
900 936 0435
901 058 5255
901 273 1082
901 287 5143
901 291 2789
901 525 7122
902 198 9769
902 948 1269
902 985 0833
903 370 6934
904 600 6523
904 892 0378
904 892 0648
905 056 2216
905 510 6647
905 510 6900
905 794 0000
905 794 0288
905 873 6900
905 873 7100
905 880 8900
905 889 7100
906 158 1508
906 558 8812
906 982 2214
907 725 8500
907 815 0216
908 622 4225
908 936 9254
909 100 1787
909 100 1900
909 355 0422
909 568 8900
909 568 9300
909 725 7307
909 833 0947
910 219 8631
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
0494
7099
0459
4199
0099
0299
0499
5280
1099
5199
2799
7199
9799
1299
0899
6999
6599
0399
1299
2299
6799
7099
0199
0299
6999
7299
8999
7199
1599
8899
2299
8599
0257
4235
9299
1799
2099
0499
9099
9499
7399
0999
8699
910 265 1100
910 471 7273
910 536 2505
910 958 7499
911 140 1000
911 245 2545
911 268 9077
911 400 8948
911 508 1620
911 509 9310
911 523 3000
912 057 9922
912 629 5728
912 882 0563
913 605 2218
913 709 2429
913 818 3501
914 063 4300
914 346 7621
914 529 6185
915 546 6822
915 671 3963
915 671 3982
915 675 2217
916 440 3377
916 670 6352
916 682 5300
916 694 1414
916 703 0802
917 089 0709
917 089 0842
917 370 6300
917 486 4900
918 460 0602
918 951 7231
919 519 2786
919 536 0770
919 915 2774
920 309 9039
920 857 5500
920 864 3480
921 333 7400
923 032 7000
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1199
7299
2599
7599
2199
2599
9099
8999
1799
9399
3999
9999
6899
0899
2299
2499
3999
4399
7644
6299
6999
3980
3999
2299
3399
6399
5399
1499
0821
0799
0899
6499
4999
0699
7299
2799
0799
2787
9199
5899
3499
7499
7399
— Group2–Internal and External Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 2-5-04
39
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Missing, Lost, or Stolen Canadian Money Order Forms
Do Not Cash — Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors
This listing will be provided to all Postal Servicet employees responsible for accepting and cashing postal
money orders. Destroy any interim notices when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The new money
order serial numbers consist of the first 9 digits. The 10th
digit is a check digit only.
000 000 001
to
692 600 000
692 720 871
692 876 955
693 290 380
693 290 426
694 063 700
694 063 900
694 550 501
694 595 031
694 595 087
694 698 551
694 745 458
695 105 313
695 142 809
695 144 666
695 272 601
695 277 576
695 530 761
696 487 701
696 784 101
696 870 601
697 047 501
697 052 101
697 217 251
697 249 952
697 414 886
697 469 606
697 850 401
698 098 446
698 300 251
698 504 383
698 533 927
698 562 268
699 090 686
699 752 699
700 068 473
700 161 501
700 202 522
700 290 275
700 465 730
700 561 444
701 423 101
701 625 469
701 643 829
701 945 451
702 033 701
702 051 501
702 053 601
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
0 900
7 050
0 400
0 450
3 897
4 000
0 530
5 050
5 300
8 650
5 600
5 350
3 050
4 700
2 750
7 650
0 800
7 800
4 550
0 650
7 600
2 350
7 400
50 050
4 900
9 700
0 750
8 550
0 300
4 650
4 200
2 400
0 750
2 850
8 500
1 650
2 700
0 300
5 750
1 550
3 150
5 550
3 850
5 500
4 050
1 750
3 800
702 104 368
702 128 306
702 179 891
702 260 751
702 410 595
702 660 151
702 723 429
703 004 401
703 083 819
703 432 131
703 626 061
703 863 121
703 863 477
703 867 801
704 030 628
704 154 024
704 227 561
704 227 831
704 228 071
704 420 344
704 568 751
704 965 301
705 116 780
705 280 801
705 475 651
705 566 127
705 740 581
705 782 796
705 822 271
706 180 148
706 184 041
706 357 861
706 382 419
706 628 735
706 638 211
706 817 959
707 034 391
707 292 636
707 441 401
707 441 836
707 958 541
707 960 107
708 059 941
708 115 830
708 116 251
708 138 301
709 222 591
709 243 479
709 411 171
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
4 900
8 400
9 900
0 850
1 050
0 540
3 450
4 820
4 020
2 230
6 090
3 240
3 540
7 980
0 640
4 120
7 829
8 069
8 100
0 490
8 990
5 770
6 790
0 980
6 040
6 280
0 730
2 820
2 480
0 290
4 220
8 190
2 430
8 820
8 420
8 000
4 450
2 660
1 687
1 940
8 570
0 160
60 000
5 860
6 310
8 480
2 920
3 500
1 320
Do not cash new style money orders 000 000 001 to
692 600 000. Advise holders to send invalid money orders
to: Canada Post Corporation, Ottawa, Canada K1A 0B1.
Check for altered dollar amounts by holding money orders
to the light.
709 649 804
709 733 281
710 046 813
710 358 093
710 358 257
711 021 501
711 049 411
711 408 045
712 003 381
712 104 220
712 327 861
712 327 952
712 647 061
713 284 171
713 292 871
714 035 101
714 155 011
714 328 231
714 442 952
714 562 843
714 590 391
714 609 811
714 609 961
714 807 181
714 871 321
714 928 529
715 128 183
715 144 171
715 197 211
715 595 910
715 941 781
715 962 421
716 477 396
716 556 635
717 083 841
717 191 648
717 193 161
717 228 591
717 333 902
717 739 745
717 884 991
718 026 171
718 466 370
718 568 451
718 590 741
718 714 210
718 795 881
718 961 721
718 982 001
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
9 820
3 580
6 840
8 166
8 270
1 510
9 560
8 090
3 650
4 230
7 890
7 980
7 090
4 260
2 990
5 160
5 400
8 440
2 980
2 860
0 430
9 930
9 990
7 240
1 500
8 590
8 330
4 470
7 570
6 180
1 810
2 480
7 430
6 660
3 960
1 690
3 490
8 680
3 950
9 910
5 050
6 290
6 420
8 479
0 770
4 370
6 000
1 780
2 300
719 869 731
720 227 871
720 227 949
720 368 543
720 392 151
720 556 491
720 558 621
720 575 361
720 590 152
721 638 331
721 815 391
721 969 713
722 072 137
722 378 265
722 413 990
722 764 948
722 825 840
723 153 841
723 237 616
723 331 081
723 496 443
723 967 291
724 655 196
724 711 441
724 711 538
724 793 221
724 908 109
724 937 461
725 163 118
725 202 735
725 398 591
725 464 591
725 475 321
725 711 057
725 738 581
725 981 311
725 987 835
726 060 811
726 391 970
726 484 771
726 493 351
726 504 031
726 504 070
726 504 331
726 563 701
726 599 371
726 626 356
727 182 271
727 416 181
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
9 760
7 930
7 960
8 570
2 570
6 640
8 650
5 570
0 179
9 170
5 420
9 740
2 160
8 280
4 004
4 980
5 889
3 850
7 630
1 110
6 470
7 320
5 340
1 500
1 560
3 250
8 120
7 670
3 151
2 750
8 800
4 920
5 330
1 070
8 730
1 430
7 880
0 900
2 520
4 800
5 300
4 063
4 090
4 390
4 060
9 460
6 370
2 510
6 240
40
727 481 431
727 749 241
728 382 331
728 702 338
728 915 371
728 953 141
728 954 280
729 169 081
729 363 841
729 682 891
729 838 940
729 839 101
730 077 683
730 109 847
730 373 761
730 501 951
730 519 379
730 569 278
730 711 711
730 722 991
730 845 970
730 888 291
730 927 591
731 307 914
731 402 431
731 407 232
731 588 301
731 767 273
731 781 061
731 837 821
731 841 377
732 018 481
732 067 972
732 188 649
732 193 460
732 201 241
732 220 431
732 355 201
732 472 320
732 541 605
732 572 221
732 586 479
732 994 037
733 163 449
733 297 171
733 446 631
733 474 665
733 704 482
733 751 041
734 009 101
734 290 759
734 389 273
734 440 031
734 797 201
734 939 611
734 950 111
735 120 331
735 283 008
735 293 131
735 635 010
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1 460
9 780
2 480
2 400
5 850
3 410
4 310
9 140
3 870
3 190
9 070
9 130
7 840
9 880
3 850
2 130
9 470
9 360
1 740
3 230
5 990
8 320
7 680
7 930
2 460
7 320
8 340
7 320
1 120
7 910
1 450
8 600
8 370
8 670
3 470
1 390
0 440
5 380
2 560
1 620
2 490
6 710
4 080
3 460
7 290
7 110
4 770
4 570
1 130
9 130
0 770
9 290
0 111
7 320
9 640
0 170
0 840
3 020
3 220
5 040
735 783 961
735 803 401
736 005 420
736 366 021
736 624 456
736 670 851
736 767 061
736 767 093
736 982 191
736 982 551
737 110 141
737 185 501
737 317 321
737 517 781
737 628 181
737 634 258
738 361 971
738 447 601
738 648 355
738 849 811
738 892 270
738 997 259
739 161 451
739 219 381
739 740 151
739 793 491
739 793 527
739 942 621
739 999 231
740 011 517
740 030 701
740 261 740
740 265 811
740 299 111
740 299 231
740 329 266
740 889 081
741 010 421
741 113 041
741 373 891
741 452 369
741 492 991
741 553 460
741 764 431
742 178 834
742 325 500
742 325 668
742 408 771
742 512 120
742 684 849
742 839 553
742 913 668
742 917 287
742 921 891
742 983 631
743 020 021
743 206 491
743 235 992
743 940 631
743 978 011
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
3 990
3 430
5 440
6 110
4 500
1 060
7 090
7 120
2 370
2 730
0 170
5 710
7 350
7 840
8 210
4 270
1 980
7 660
8 450
9 900
2 290
7 380
1 540
9 440
0 180
3 520
3 550
2 650
9 320
1 530
0 970
1 820
6 290
9 170
9 260
9 320
9 090
0 530
3 370
4 340
2 490
3 140
3 470
4 520
8 880
5 520
5 700
8 830
2 150
4 890
9 630
3 700
7 296
1 980
3 810
0 170
6 500
6 050
0 900
8 070
744 234 751
744 499 591
744 626 901
745 388 794
746 446 806
746 818 351
747 245 266
747 364 813
747 501 434
747 739 891
748 148 649
748 259 960
748 565 162
748 874 988
749 137 381
749 190 192
749 685 421
749 846 791
749 993 131
750 071 587
750 408 167
750 438 421
750 743 911
750 779 118
750 910 981
750 960 841
751 296 211
751 539 121
751 541 311
751 757 641
751 936 951
751 951 861
751 999 021
752 139 516
752 182 892
752 206 861
752 295 241
752 731 351
752 767 441
753 008 941
753 194 311
753 620 378
754 013 917
754 161 061
754 358 445
754 410 451
754 438 393
754 493 109
754 664 182
754 816 377
755 487 421
755 592 901
755 790 020
755 791 730
755 926 951
755 934 332
755 957 701
755 962 981
756 035 371
756 301 257
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
4 780
9 680
6 910
8 910
6 820
8 410
5 280
4 830
1 450
0 070
8 760
9 970
5 280
5 030
7 410
0 210
5 450
6 850
3 580
1 610
8 183
8 501
4 030
9 400
1 010
0 900
6 240
9 180
1 790
7 700
7 010
1 890
9 110
9 570
2 950
7 100
5 600
1 410
7 470
9 030
4 370
0 400
3 940
1 120
8 610
0 660
8 410
3 130
4 220
6 470
7 600
3 140
0 030
1 800
7 070
4 510
8 000
3 280
5 490
1 290
756 371 565
756 876 031
756 876 151
756 970 129
757 059 613
757 078 540
757 086 209
757 240 591
757 277 371
757 291 591
757 964 251
758 067 001
758 105 221
758 324 941
758 593 628
758 709 038
758 744 101
758 850 883
758 860 951
759 152 851
759 740 941
760 004 596
760 118 191
760 155 001
760 378 002
760 692 722
761 055 460
761 169 781
761 504 941
761 516 836
761 613 588
761 688 631
761 805 199
761 826 106
761 881 171
761 975 641
761 975 886
762 304 144
762 324 931
762 439 261
762 524 158
762 584 872
762 593 431
763 155 160
763 178 631
763 506 001
763 522 141
763 717 694
763 826 461
763 900 460
763 900 479
763 917 271
764 125 801
764 284 525
764 526 241
764 601 421
764 650 231
764 984 371
765 003 667
765 042 517
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1 580
6 120
6 240
0 140
9 630
8 560
6 240
0 650
7 700
2 730
4 280
7 090
5 250
5 000
3 650
9 060
4 160
0 900
1 550
2 880
1 090
4 610
8 250
5 090
8 020
2 749
5 480
9 810
5 120
6 910
3 600
8 690
5 240
6 120
1 560
5 670
5 895
4 170
4 960
9 290
4 220
4 970
3 460
5 180
8 660
6 060
2 470
7 800
6 520
0 471
0 530
7 750
5 860
4 560
6 330
1 600
0 470
4 850
3 680
2 540
41
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
765 194 728
765 387 365
765 541 801
765 638 461
765 647 101
765 813 781
765 879 314
765 954 001
766 120 286
766 125 716
766 158 824
766 388 433
766 509 421
766 572 901
766 748 500
767 024 341
767 326 471
767 332 561
768 009 841
768 011 489
768 177 980
768 391 081
768 661 569
769 000 051
769 050 841
769 159 081
769 737 496
769 778 491
769 827 331
770 216 071
770 723 281
770 790 451
770 915 150
771 455 551
771 609 661
771 932 551
772 057 224
772 162 660
772 718 615
772 940 140
772 970 886
773 009 419
773 112 031
773 125 387
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
4 970
7 450
2 100
8 970
7 190
4 029
9 390
4 030
0 320
5 750
8 840
8 460
9 660
3 020
8 521
4 370
6 590
2 950
9 960
1 520
7 990
1 170
1 650
0 080
0 900
9 178
7 510
8 730
7 450
6 100
3 400
0 480
5 490
5 610
9 690
2 580
7 440
3 070
8 640
0 160
0 940
9 430
2 060
5 410
773 179 320
773 202 989
773 208 991
773 231 311
773 348 739
773 575 891
773 852 971
773 858 011
773 892 721
773 958 061
774 101 148
774 107 161
774 177 226
774 279 481
774 408 399
774 431 821
774 510 451
774 652 981
774 778 981
774 867 481
774 867 515
774 934 275
774 961 261
775 106 223
775 106 237
775 331 515
775 444 210
775 579 301
775 622 683
776 144 621
776 154 010
777 561 631
776 657 371
776 817 421
776 951 225
777 141 601
777 297 421
777 621 721
777 810 309
778 049 651
778 106 225
778 218 730
778 251 871
778 286 911
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
9 410
3 140
9 290
1 340
8 940
5 950
3 030
8 100
7 190
8 660
1 190
7 190
7 270
9 810
8 420
2 450
0 780
3 010
9 040
7 510
7 540
4 290
1 290
6 235
6 248
1 550
4 230
9 320
2 760
4 670
4 060
2 080
7 490
7 450
1 250
2 140
7 510
1 750
0 330
9 670
6 310
8 780
1 930
6 940
778 328 699
778 567 471
778 570 771
778 699 096
778 779 471
779 146 205
779 233 681
779 316 961
779 339 221
779 702 191
779 994 001
780 103 591
780 533 288
780 625 208
780 711 345
780 778 894
780 865 851
780 873 421
781 141 891
781 238 697
781 503 151
781 518 818
781 624 126
781 679 221
781 723 771
781 723 964
781 761 391
781 878 721
782 424 840
782 939 821
782 985 347
783 063 631
783 578 101
783 578 143
783 663 991
783 739 838
784 142 598
784 380 061
784 507 591
784 507 759
784 913 509
785 429 491
785 989 351
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
8 730
7 860
0 830
9 110
9 480
6 230
3 710
7 200
9 400
2 250
4 090
3 650
3 310
5 920
1 540
8 920
5 920
3 450
1 980
8 730
3 180
8 840
4 200
9 340
3 890
3 990
1 720
9 020
4 900
9 850
5 360
3 690
8 130
8 160
4 050
0 280
2 610
0 090
7 740
7 860
3 531
9 520
9 440
786 036 450
786 111 854
786 510 527
786 510 571
786 676 937
786 730 831
786 743 671
786 743 711
786 854 491
786 977 256
787 158 121
787 325 701
787 493 281
787 793 816
787 822 428
787 887 881
788 306 478
788 326 339
788 403 671
788 815 771
789 044 014
789 326 341
790 209 421
790 418 170
790 448 020
790 597 485
790 911 883
791 057 441
791 239 081
791 374 483
791 387 971
791 447 521
791 451 151
791 500 009
791 771 431
792 004 293
792 018 379
792 070 621
792 391 381
792 452 779
792 772 728
792 903 511
796 373 406
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
6 480
1 930
0 540
0 600
6 980
0 920
3 700
3 730
4 550
7 461
8 390
5 910
3 340
3 880
2 440
7 901
6.490
6 380
3 690
5 860
4 100
6 880
9 480
8 190
8 460
7 530
1 900
7 550
9 290
4 500
8 030
7 850
1 240
0 470
1 490
4 320
8 420
0 740
1 620
2 790
2 770
3 990
3 430
— Group2–Internal and External Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 2-5-04
42
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Counterfeit Canadian Money Order
Forms
Toll-Free Number Available to Verify
Canadian Money Orders
Do Not Cash
The Canada Post Corporation is now providing a
toll-free number that cashing agents can call to verify the
validity of Canadian Postal Money Orders. The number is
800-563-0444.
To be posted and used by retail window employees.
As directed, destroy previous notices. All interim notices
should be destroyed when the numbers listed appear in
the Postal Bulletin.
671,819,086
676,612,640
677,891,039
678,282,493
678,916,031
679,552,215
679,694,334
679,751,983
679,800,207
681,130,536
681,844,376
683,594,542
684,683,610
686,619,878
686,619,886
686,619,887
686,794,382
686,794,426
686,794,427
686,794,431
687,262,502
687,262,503
687,262,525
687,262,526
687,287,578
687,287,581
687,287,582
694,063,898
694,063,899
694,063,980
701,321,725
— Group2–Internal and External Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 2-5-04
This toll-free number is printed on the back of the Canadian Postal Money Orders.
— Group2–Internal and External Investigations,
Postal Inspection Service, 2-5-04
43
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Overseas Military Mail
which conditions of mailing apply. Acceptance clerks may
contact the Military Postal Service Agency with any
questions regarding APO/FPO ZIP Codes, toll free, at
800-810-6098, Monday–Friday, 0730–1630.
Mail addressed to military post offices overseas is subject to certain conditions or restrictions of mailing regarding
content, preparation, and handling. The APO/FPO table
below outlines these conditions by APO/FPO ZIP Codest
through the use of footnoted mailing restrictions codes (see
the Restrictions page following the table).
For Express Mail Military Service (EMMS) availability,
all acceptance clerks must refer to the local hardcopy
EMMS directory.
Acceptance clerks should use the table with the integrated retail terminal (IRT) or POS ONE terminal to
determine which APO/FPO ZIP Codes are active and
The entries under “Changes” appear in bold in the APO/
FPO table below.
Changes
APO/FPO
APO AE 09386
APO AE 09387
APO AE 09388
APO AE 09389
APO AE 09392
Action
Add U2
Add U2
Add U2
Add U2 Delete N
Add U2 Delete I,Z
Effective Date
Immediately
Immediately
Immediately
Immediately
Immediately
See Restrictions
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-F-H1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-F-H1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-F-H1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-F-H1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-F-H1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
We have eliminated “Not Active” entries from the table below to save space and paper.
APO/FPO Table
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
09007
09009
09012
09013
09014
09021
09028
09031
09033
09034
09036
09042
09045
09046
09050
09053
09054
09056
09058
09059
09060
09063
09067
09069
09074
09076
09080
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-L-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
09081
09086
09089
09090
09094
09095
09096
09098
09099
09100
09102
09103
09104
09107
09110
09112
09114
09123
09126
09128
09131
09136
09137
09138
09139
09140
09142
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
09143
09154
09165
09166
09169
09172
09173
09175
09177
09180
09182
09183
09185
09186
09211
09212
09213
09214
09225
09226
09227
09229
09237
09244
09245
09250
09252
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
09261
09262
09263
09264
09265
09266
09267
09301
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-N-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A1-B-B1-C-D-U
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09302
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V- Z1
09304
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V- Z1
09305
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
09306
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09307
09308
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09309
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M- R-R1-V-Z1
09311
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09315
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
44
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
09318
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V- Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-I-R-R1-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-I-R-R1-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-C1-DE2-F-F1-H-I-M-N-RR1-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
09356
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1N-R-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-F-M-VZ1
09409
09420
09421
09447
09454
09456
09459
09461
09463
09464
09468
09469
09470
09494
09496
09498
09499
09501
09502
09503
09504
09505
09506
09507
09508
09509
09510
09511
09517
09521
09524
09532
09534
09542
09543
09545
09549
09550
09554
09556
09557
09564
09565
09566
09567
09568
09569
09570
09573
09574
09575
09576
09577
09578
09579
09581
09582
09586
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-B1-C-C1-U
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B- V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
09587
09588
09589
09590
09591
09593
09594
09595
09596
09599
09601
09602
09603
09604
09609
09610
09612
09613
09617
09618
09619
09620
09621
09622
09623
09624
09625
09626
09627
09628
09630
09631
09636
09642
09643
09644
09645
09647
09648
09649
09701
09702
09703
09704
09705
09706
09707
09708
09709
09710
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-N-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-F1-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-C-F-U
A1-B-B1-N-U
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-U
A1-B-B1-N-U
A1-B-B1-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-C-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F1
A1-B-B1-C-D-V
A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-C-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-N-U-V
A1-B-B1
A1-B-B1-F1
A1-B-B1-C-C1-F1-MR-R1-U
A1-B-B1-F1-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F1
A1-B-B1-C-C1-F1-MR-R1-U
A1-B-B1-F1
A1-B-B1-C-D-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-M-W
09320
09321
09322
09323
09324
09325
09327
09328
09330
09331
09332
09333
09334
09335
09336
09337
09338
09339
09340
09342
09344
09346
09347
09348
09349
09351
09353
09354
09355
09357
09358
09359
09360
09361
09363
09365
09366
09368
09372
09375
09376
09377
09378
09379
09383
09384
09385
09386
09387
09388
09389
09390
09391
09392
09393
09394
09399
09711
09713
09714
09715
09716
09717
45
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
09718
09719
09720
09721
09722
09723
09724
A1-B-B1-F-I-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-F1-V
A1-B-B1-U-V
A1-B-B1-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-D-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-C1-F1-MR-R1-U
A1-B-B1-C
A1-B-B1-N-U
A1-B-B1-C-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C
A1-B-B1-N-U-V
A1-B-B1-C-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-N-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-E1-N
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-F-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E1-FM-N-R-V
A-A1-B-B1-F-R-V
A1-B-B1-C-D-P-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-V-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-M-N-R-R1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-C1-F-IV-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-F-F1I-N-R-U-V-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-F-F1I-N-R-U-V-Z-Z1
A-A1-B-F-P-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-V-Z1
A-A1-B-F-Z1
A1-B-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F-N-U-V-Z1
A-B-B1-U1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-U1-V-Z1
09834
09835
09836
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C-F-M-VZ1
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1-RR1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-E3-FH1-N-R-R1-U1-V-XZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-R-R1-U2-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1-NR-R1-U2-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-F-N-RR1-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-E2-F-H1-RR1-U2-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-N-U-Z1
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-C-F-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-H-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-C-F-H-I-MN-V-Z-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-V-Z1
A1-B-N-V-Z1
A1-B-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-M-N-U-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
34043
A1-B-B1-D-F-M-N-VZ1
A1-B-V
A1-B-V-Z1
A1-B-V-Z1
A1-B-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-V-Z1
A1-B-I-M-N-V-Z
A1-B-B1-F1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-B1-F1-N-V-Z1
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A-A1-B
A-A1-B1-U-V
A-A1-B
A-A1-B-B1
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-B1
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U
A-A1-B-B1-U-V
A-A1-B-B1-U
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
96313
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-M-V-W
A1-B-B1-L-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-F1-F2-MW
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-M-W
A1-B-B1-F-N-V-Z1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A1-B-B1-V
A-A1-B-F-V
A1-B-B1-I-N-V
A1-B-B1-F
A1-B-B1-F-U3-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-F-U3-V
09725
09726
09727
09728
09729
09730
09731
09732
09733
09735
09777
09788
09779
09780
09789
09790
09791
09793
09797
09801
09802
09803
09806
09807
09808
09809
09811
09812
09814
09819
09821
09822
09823
09824
09827
09828
09830
09831
09832
09833
09837
09838
09839
09841
09842
09844
09852
09853
09855
09858
09865
09868
09871
09880
09889
09890
09892
09898
34002
34004
34020
34021
34022
34023
34024
34025
34030
34031
34032
34033
34034
34035
34036
34037
34038
34039
34040
34041
34042
34050
34051
34053
34055
34058
34071
34076
34078
34079
34090
34091
34092
34093
34095
34098
34099
96201
96202
96203
96204
96205
96206
96207
96208
96212
96213
96214
96215
96217
96218
96219
96220
96221
96224
96251
96257
96258
96259
96260
96264
96266
96267
96269
96271
96275
96276
96278
96283
96284
96297
96306
96309
96310
96311
96319
96321
96322
96323
96326
96328
96330
96336
96337
96338
96339
96343
96347
96348
96349
96350
96351
96362
96365
96367
96368
96370
96372
96373
96374
96375
96376
96377
96378
96379
96384
96386
96387
96388
96401
96426
96427
96490
96507
96511
96515
96517
96518
96520
46
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
APO/
FPO
See
Restrictions
96521
96522
96530
A1-B-F-N
A1-B-F-N-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-N-UV
A1-B-B1-H-M-U-V
A-A1-B-F
A-A1-B-B1-F-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-P-V
A1-B-F-U3-V
A1-B-F-U3
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-N-UV
96554
96555
96557
96595
96598
96599
96601
96602
96603
96604
96605
96606
96607
96608
96609
96610
96611
96612
96613
A-A1-B-B1-H-M-U
A1-B-B1-F-M-V
A1-B-B1-F-M-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-B1-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-O-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
96614
A-A1-B-B1-C1-E2-FH1-I-M-R-R1-U2-V-ZZ1
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
96665
96666
96667
96668
96669
96670
96671
96672
96673
96674
96675
96677
96678
96679
96681
96682
96683
96684
96686
96687
96698
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
A1-B-V
96531
96534
96535
96536
96537
96538
96540
96541
96542
96543
96544
96546
96548
96549
96551
96553
96615
96617
96619
96620
96621
96622
96623
96624
96628
96629
96634
96635
96643
96657
96660
96661
96662
96663
96664
47
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
RESTRICTIONS
LEGEND
PS Form 2976, Customs - CN 22 (Old C 1) and Sender’s Declaration (green
label)
PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note
AAFES
= Army and Air Force Exchange Service
APO
= Army/Air Force Post Office
Box R
= Retired military personnel
FPO
= Fleet Post Office
DMM
= Domestic Mail Manual
MOM
= Military Ordinary Mail
MPO
= Military Post Office
PAL
= Parcel Airlift
PSC
= Postal Service Center
SAM
= Space Available Mail
USDA
= United States Department of Agriculture
Note: Mail order catalogs are prohibited as SAM or PAL mail.
A. Securities, currency, or precious metals in their raw, unmanufactured
state are prohibited. Official shipments are exempt from this restriction.
A1. Mail addressed to “Any Servicemember,” or similar wording such as
“Any Soldier,” “Sailor,” “Airman,” or “Marine”; “Military Mail”; etc., is
prohibited. Mail must be addressed to an individual or job title such as
“Commander,” “Commanding Officer,” etc.
B. PS Form 2976-A is required for all mail weighing 16 ounces or more,
with exceptions noted below. In addition, mailers must properly complete
required customs documentation when mailing any potentially dutiable mail
addressed to an APO or FPO regardless of weight. The following are
exceptions to the requirement for customs documentation on nondutiable
mail that weighs 16 ounces or more:
H Known mailers are exempt from providing customs documentation
on non-dutiable letters, and printed matter weighing 16 ounces or
more. (A known mailer is anyone who legally applies a permit imprint
to a mailpiece. Mail with meter postage is not considered to be from
a known mailer.)
H All federal, state, and local government agencies are exempt from
providing customs documentation on mail addressed to an APO or
FPO, except for those APOs/FPOs to which restriction B2 applies.
H Prepaid mail from military contractors is exempt, providing the
mailpiece is endorsed “Contents for Official Use — Exempt from
Customs Requirements.”
B1. PS Form 2976 or 2976-A is required. Articles are liable for customs
duty and/or purchase tax unless they are bona fide gifts intended for use by
military personnel or their dependents. When the contents of a parcel meet
these requirements, the mailer must endorse the customs form, “Certified to
be a bona fide gift, personal effects, or items for personal use of military
personnel and dependents,” under the heading, Description of Contents.
Exceptions: All other exceptions listed in restriction B above are applicable
to this restriction.
B2. All federal, state, and local government agencies must complete
customs documentation when sending mail addressed to or from this APO
or FPO weighing 16 ounces or more.
C. Cigarettes and other tobacco products are prohibited.
C1. Obscene articles, prints, paintings, cards, films, videotapes, etc.,
and horror comics and matrices are prohibited.
D. Coffee is prohibited.
E1. Medicines or vaccines not conforming to French laws are
prohibited.
E2. Any matter depicting nude or seminude persons, pornographic or
sexual items, or nonauthorized political materials is prohibited. Although
religious materials contrary to the Islamic faith are prohibited in bulk
quantities, items for the personal use of the addressee are permissible.
E3. Radio transceivers, cordless telephones, global positioning
systems, scanners, base stations, and handheld transmitters are prohibited.
F. Firearms of any type are prohibited in all classes of mail. See
definitions of firearms in DMM C024.1.1C. This restriction does not apply to
firearms mailed to or by official U.S. government agencies. The restriction
for mail to this APO/FPO ZIP Code does not apply to firearms mailed from
this APO/FPO ZIP Code, provided ATF and USPS regulations are met.
Antique firearms are a separate category defined in DMM C024.2.0 and ATF
regulations; they do not require an ATF form.
F1. Privately owned weapons addressed to an individual are prohibited
in any class of mail.
F2. Importation of firearms is restricted to one shotgun and one single
shot .22 caliber rifle per individual.
G. Only First-Class Mail letters, Periodicals, and Standard Mail items
are authorized.
H. Meats, including preserved meats, whether hermetically sealed or
not, are prohibited.
H1. Pork or pork by-products are prohibited.
I. Mail of all classes must fit in a mail sack. Mail may not exceed the
following dimensions:
Length
42I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72I length and girth combined
over 42I to 44I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24I girth
over 44I to 46I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20I girth
over 46I to 48I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16I girth
Maximum length 48I
This restriction does not apply to registered mail and official government mail
marked MOM.
I1. This restriction does not apply to registered mail.
I2. This restriction does not apply to official government mail marked
MOM.
J. Parcels may not exceed 108 inches in length and girth combined.
K. Mail that includes in the address the words, “Dependent Mail
Section,” may consist only of letter mail, newspapers, magazines, and
books. No parcel of any class containing any other matter may be mailed to
the Dependent Mail section. This restriction does not apply if the address
does not include the words “Dependent Mail Section.”
L. All official mail is prohibited.
M. Fruits, animals, and living plants are prohibited.
N. Registered mail is prohibited.
O. Personal mail addressed to vessels using this number is limited to
unregistered First-Class Mail items and certified mail. Other classes of mail
are prohibited.
P. APO is used for the receipt and dispatch of official mail only.
Q. Mail may not exceed 66 pounds, and size is limited to 42 inches
maximum length and 72 inches maximum length and girth combined.
R. All alcoholic beverages, including those mailable under DMM C021,
are prohibited.
R1. Materials used in the production of alcoholic beverages (i.e.,
distilling material, hops, malts, yeast, etc.) are prohibited.
T. Mailings of case lots of food and supplemental household shipments
must be approved by the sender’s parent agency prior to mailing.
U. Parcels must weigh less than 16 ounces when addressed to Box R.
This restriction does not apply to mail endorsed “Free Matter for the Blind or
Handicapped.”
U1. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail weighing 13 ounces or less when
addressed to Box R. This restriction does not apply to mail endorsed “Free
Matter for the Blind or Handicapped.” Videotapes are prohibited when
addressed to Box R, regardless of weight.
U2. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail letters only when addressed to
Box R.
U3. Mail is limited to First-Class Mail correspondence (including voice
and video cassettes), newspapers, magazines, photographs, not exceeding
16 ounces, when addressed to Box R.
V. Express Mail Military Service (EMMS) not available from any origin.
W. Meat products, such as dried beef, salami, and sausage, may be
mailed, provided they remain in their original, hermetically sealed packages
and bear USDA certification. Other meats, bones, skin, hair, feathers, horns
or hoofs of hoofed animals, wool samples, tobacco leaves, including
chewing and pipe tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes, or obscene material,
including obscene drawings, photographs, films, and carvings, are
prohibited. Exception: 200 grams of tobacco per parcel are permitted duty
free.
X. Personal mail is limited to First-Class Mail items (to include audio
cassettes and voice tapes) weighing 13 ounces or less. This limitation does
not apply to official mail.
Y. Mail is limited to First-Class and Priority Mail items only. All
Periodicals, Standard Mail items, and Package Services items (including
SAM and PAL) are not authorized. This restriction also applies to official mail.
Z. No outside pieces (OSPs).
Z1. The following restriction is applicable only to International Service
Centers (ISC)/Exchange Offices. An Anti-Pilferage Seal (Item No O817E or
O818A) is required on all pouches and sacks.
— International Network Operations,
Network Operations Management, 2-5-04
48
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
2004 STAMPS AND POSTAL STATIONERY
This schedule is subject to change.
Updated Announcement 04-B (February 2004)
This is a periodic announcement of new stamps and postal stationery items being issued during the calendar year. For
additional information on stamps and stamp products visit our Postal Store Web site at www.usps.com.
NOTE
P
P
2
ISSUE
37¢ Pacific Coral Reef
(Nature of America; 10 designs)
37¢ Year of the Monkey
(Lunar New Year)
37¢ Love: Candy Hearts
37¢ Paul Robeson
(Black Heritage)
37¢ Snowy Egret
FIRST
DAY OF
ISSUE
Jan 2
FIRST DAY CITY/STATE
Honolulu, HI 96820
FORMAT
PSA pane of 10 w/selvage
DEADLINE
Feb 1
Jan 13
San Francisco, CA 94188
PSA pane of 20
Feb 12
Jan 14
Jan 20
Boston, MA 02205
Princeton, NJ 08540
PSA convertible book of 20
PSA pane of 20
Feb 13
Feb 19
Jan 30
Norfolk, VA 23501
(APS Stamp Show)
La Jolla, CA 92038
New York, NY 10199
(Mega Stamp Show)
PSA convertible book of 20
Feb 29
PSA pane of 20 w/selvage
PSA single-sided convertible
book of 20 and PSA pane of
20
PSA pane of 20
Apr 1
Apr 3
37¢ Theodor Seuss Geisel
37¢ and 60¢ Garden Blossoms
(2 designs for weddings)
Mar 2
Mar 4
4¢ American Design Chippendale
Chair
23¢ Columbia University
37¢ United States Air Force Academy
Mar 5
37¢ Henry Mancini
37¢ Lewis and Clark
(three designs)
37¢ National World War II Memorial
37¢ American Choreographers
(four designs)
37¢ Isamu Noguchi (five designs)
37¢ The Art of Disney: Friendship
(four designs)
37¢ USS Constellation
5¢ Toleware
Apr 13
May 14
New York, NY 10199
(Mega Stamp Show)
New York, NY 10199
Colorado Springs,
CO 80903
Los Angeles, CA 90052
TBD
May 27
May
Washington, DC 20066
TBD
PSA pane of 20
PSA prestige book of 20 and
PSA pane of 20
PSA pane of 20
PSA pane of 20 w/header
May
Jun 23
Long Island City, NY 11101
Anaheim, CA 92803
PSA pane of 20 w/selvage
PSA pane of 20 w/selvage
Jul 23
Jun 24
Jun 25
PSA pane of 20
PSA pane of 20
Jul 24
Jul 25
23¢ Wilma Rudolph
(Distinguished Americans)
23¢ Harriton House
37¢ Summer Olympic Games: Athens
37¢ R. Buckminster Fuller
37¢ James Baldwin
(Literary Arts)
37¢ “Magnolia” by Heade
(American Treasures)
2¢ Navajo Necklace
Jun
Baltimore, MD 21233
Santa Clara, CA 95050
(ASDA Stamp Show)
TBD
Jun
TBD
Jul 12
Aug 2
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
TBD
Stanford, CA 94305
New York, NY 10199
Stamped Card
PSA pane of 20
PSA pane of 20
PSA pane of 20
Aug 11
Sep 1
Aug 12
PSA double-sided book of 20
Sep 11
PSA pane of 20
Sep 19
37¢ Art of the American Indian
(10 designs)
37¢ Sickle Cell Disease
37¢ Cloudscapes
(15 designs)
37¢ Holiday Ornaments
(four designs)
37¢ Hanukkah
(Holiday Celebrations)
37¢ Kwanzaa
(Holiday Celebrations)
Sep
Sacramento, CA 95813
(APS Stamp Show)
Indianapolis, IN 46206
(Americover Stamp Show)
Washington, DC 20066
Sep
Oct 1
Atlanta, GA 30304
TBD
PSA pane of 20
PSA souvenir sheet of 15
Oct 14
New York, NY 10199
(Mega Stamp Show)
New York, NY 10199
(Mega Stamp Show)
New York, NY 10199
(Mega Stamp Show)
Double-sided book of 20 and
vending book of 20
PSA pane of 20
Nov 13
PSA pane of 20
Nov 14
Mar 25
Apr 1
Aug 20
Oct 15
Oct 15
Stamped Card
PSA pane of 20
Apr 4
May 1
May 13
Jun 13
Jun 26
PSA pane of 20
PSA souvenir sheet of 10
Oct 31
Nov 14
(See article on page 64.)
49
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
NOTE
ISSUE
37¢ Moss Hart
37¢ Christmas: “Madonna and Child”
by Lorenzo Monaco
FIRST
DAY OF
ISSUE
Oct 24
Oct
FIRST DAY CITY/STATE
New York, NY 10199
Washington, DC 20066
FORMAT
PSA pane of 20
Doublesided book of 20
DEADLINE
Nov 23
Note Descriptions
C: Change in previously announced date, site, and/or rate
N: New issue
P: Pictorial first day postmark
1: Customers must affix additional postage to bring total postage to at least the minimum First-Class Mailr rate for an envelope or stamped card, depending on
which is used. Also, the cost for a stamped envelope is the value of the postage plus 8 cents, and the cost for a stamped card is the value of the postage plus
2 cents.
2: Issued to kick off National Stamp Collecting Month.
(See article on page 64.)
PULL-OUT SECTION
50
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
51
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Philately (Continued)
STAMP ANNOUNCEMENT 04-02
Garden Blossoms (Weddings) Commemorative Stamps
Copyright USPS 2003
The Postal Servicet will issue a 37-cent Garden Bouquet (Weddings) commemorative stamp and a 60-cent
Garden Botanical (Weddings) commemorative stamp on
March 4, 2004, in New York, New York. The 37-cent Garden Bouquet (Weddings) stamp (Item 673500) is produced
as a pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA), single-sided convertible booklet of 20, and the 60-cent (2-ounce rate) Garden Botanical (Weddings) stamp (Item 566200) is
produced as a PSA pane of 20. The 60-cent Garden Botanical (Weddings) pane of 20 may be split, and the stamps
may be sold individually. The stamps, designed by Richard
Sheaff, Scottsdale, Arizona, go on sale nationwide March
5, 2004.
lopes, including the response envelope often enclosed in a
wedding invitation. Garden Botanical features a drawing of
mostly pink wild roses. At a 60-cent denomination, this
stamp will accommodate the extra weight of a wedding
invitation as well as other mailings such as oversized cards
or small gift enclosures that require extra postage.
The 37-cent stamp features a bouquet of white lilacs
and large pink roses. Garden Bouquet, as this stamp is
known, may be used for one-ounce First-Class Mailr enve-
Customers have 30 days to obtain the first day of issue
postmark by mail. They may purchase new stamps at their
local Post Officet, by telephone at 800-STAMP-24, and at
These stamps are part of the Love series. The first Love
stamp was issued by the Postal Service in 1973. Since that
time, Love stamps have featured a wide range of subjects
including flowers, animals, cherubs, and love letters, as
well as abstract designs.
How to Order the First Day of Issue Postmark
52
the Postal Store Web site at www.usps.com/shop. They
should affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes (to themselves or others), and place
them in a larger envelope addressed to:
GARDEN BLOSSOMS COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS
POSTMASTER
421 EIGHTH AVE RM 2029B
NEW YORK NY 10199-9991
After applying the first day of issue postmark, the Postal
Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is
no charge for the postmark. All orders must be postmarked
by March 3, 2004.
How to Order First Day Covers
Stamp Fulfillment Services also offers first day covers
for new stamp issues and Postal Service stationery items
postmarked with the official first day of issue cancellation.
Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered
in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog. Customers may request a free catalog by telephoning 800-STAMP-24 or by
writing to:
INFORMATION FULFILLMENT
DEPT 6270
US POSTAL SERVICE
PO BOX 219014
KANSAS CITY MO 64121-9014
First day covers remain on sale for at least 1 year after
the stamp’s issuance.
Philatelic Products
There is a philatelic product for this stamp issue. The
Garden Blossoms (Weddings) Cancellation Keepsake
set, Item 673593, includes a convertible booklet of 20
stamps and 2 first day covers. The set sells for $9.13 and is
available:
H In Postal Retail Stores.
H Online at www.usps.com.
H By telephone at 800-STAMP-24.
Distribution: Item 673500, $7.40 Garden
Bouquet (Weddings), Convertible Booklet of 20
(PSA)
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Initial Supply to Post Offices
SDOs will make a subsequent automatic distribution to
Post Offices for one-half of their standard automatic booklet
distribution quantity using PS Form 17, Stamp Requisition/
Stamp Return. SDOs must not distribute booklets to Post
Offices before February 26, 2004.
Issue:
Item Number:
Denomination &
Type of Issue:
Format:
Series:
Issue Date & City:
Designer:
Engraver:
Art Director:
Typographer:
Modeler:
Manufacturing Process:
Printer:
Printed at:
Press Type:
Stamps per Booklet:
Print Quantity:
Paper Type:
Adhesive Type:
Processed at:
Colors:
Outside Cover:
Stamp:
Stamp Orientation:
Image Area (w x h):
Overall Size (w x h):
Flat Booklet Size (w x h):
Plate Size:
Plate Numbers:
Marginal Markings:
Stamp Side:
Cover Side
Catalog Item Number(s):
Stamp distribution offices (SDOs) will receive two automatic distributions of the $7.40 Garden Bouquet (Weddings) booklet of 20. Both waves are each approximately
one-half the standard automatic distribution quantity for a
PSA booklet. Wave 1 distribution began January 20 and will
complete February 19, 2004. Wave 2 distribution begins
May 4, and will complete June 8, 2004. Distributions are
rounded up to the nearest master carton size (4,000
booklets).
Garden Bouquet (Weddings)
673500
37-cent special
Single-Sided Convertible Booklet of
20 (1 design)
Love
March 4, 2004, New York,
NY 10199
Richard Sheaff, Scottsdale, AZ
N/A
Richard Sheaff, Scottsdale, AZ
Richard Sheaff, Scottsdale, AZ
Joseph Sheeran
Offset
Ashton Potter USA Ltd. (APU)
Williamsville, NY
Mueller Martini, A76 Modified
20
750 million stamps
Pre-phosphored, Type I
Pressure-sensitive
Ashton Potter USA Ltd. (APU)
Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow,
PMS 563 C (Green)
Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow,
PMS 563 C (Green)
Vertical
0.77 x 1.105 in./19.558 x 28.067 mm
0.91 x 1.19 in./23.114 x 30.226 mm
4.55 x 5.00 in./115.57 x 127.00 mm
500 stamps per revolution
“P” followed by five (5) single digits
“ 2003 USPS” • Plate numbers •
“Peel here to fold”
Price • Barcode • Website •
$“ 2003 USPS” • USPS Logo
673540 Convertible book of
20 — $7.40
$7 40
673561 First Day Cover — $0.75
Philatelic Requirement
Authorized philatelic centers requiring the $7.40 Garden
Bouquet (Weddings) booklet of 20 must order Item 673500
from their designated SDO using a separate PS Form 17.
Additional Supply
Post Offices requiring additional booklets must requisition them from their designated SDO using PS Form 17.
53
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
SDOs requiring additional booklets must order them from
the appropriate accountable paper depository (APD) using
PS Form 17.
Wave 1: For fulfilling supplemental orders from SDOs,
the Memphis and New York APDs each will receive
726,000 additional booklets; the Chicago APD will receive
660,000 additional booklets; the San Francisco APD will
receive 580,000 additional booklets; and the Denver APD
will receive 256,000 additional booklets.
Wave 2: For fulfilling supplemental orders from SDOs,
the Chicago, Memphis, and New York APDs each will receive 1,120,000 additional booklets; the San Francisco
APD will receive 880,000 additional booklets; and the Denver APD will receive 420,000 additional booklets.
SDOs That Serve This Many
Philatelic Windows…
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
12
13
16
19
Will Receive This Quantity of
the 60-Cent Garden
Botanical (Weddings)
Commemorative Stamp, Item
566200
16,000
32,000
48,000
64,000
80,000
96,000
128,000
144,000
192,000
208,000
256,000
304,000
Sales Policy
All Post Offices must acquire and maintain a supply of
each new special stamp issue as long as customer demand
exists, until inventory is depleted, or until the issue is officially withdrawn from sale. If supplies run low, Post Offices
must reorder additional quantities using their normal ordering procedures.
Philatelic Products
There is a philatelic product for this stamp issue. The
Garden Botanical (Weddings) Cancellation Keepsake set,
Item 566293, includes a pane of 20 stamps and 2 first day
covers. The set sells for $12.98 and is available:
H In Postal Retail Stores.
H Online at www.usps.com.
H By telephone at 800-STAMP-24.
Distribution: Item 566200, 60-Cent Garden
Botanical (Weddings), Pane of 20 (PSA)
SDOs will receive their full standard automatic distribution quantity for a PSA sheet stamp, plus an additional onefourth to one-half the standard quantity. Distributions are
rounded up to the nearest master carton size (40,000
stamps).
Initial Supply to Post Offices
SDOs will not make a subsequent automatic distribution
to Post Offices. Post Offices requiring quantities of Item
566200 must order them from their designated SDO using
a separate PS Form 17. SDOs must not distribute stamps
to Post Offices before February 26, 2004.
Philatelic Requirement
SDOs with authorized philatelic centers will receive an
automatic distribution of these stamps in eight positions for
subsequent distribution to each philatelic window.
Issue:
Item Number:
Denomination &
Type of Issue:
Format:
Series:
Issue Date & City:
Designer:
Art Director:
Typographer:
Engraver:
Modeler:
Manufacturing Process:
Printer:
Printed at:
Press Type:
Stamps per Pane:
Print Quantity:
Paper Type:
Adhesive Type:
Processed at:
Colors:
Stamp Orientation:
Image Area (w x h):
Overall Size (w x h):
Full Pane Size (w x h):
Plate Size:
Plate Numbers:
Marginal Markings:
Catalog Item Number(s):
Garden Botanical (Weddings)
566200
60-cent commemorative
Pane of 20 (1 design)
Love
March 4, New York, NY 10199
Richard Sheaff, Scottsdale, AZ
Richard Sheaff, Scottsdale, AZ
Richard Sheaff, Scottsdale, AZ
Southern Graphics
Donald Woo
Gravure
Sennett Security Products (SSP)
American Packaging Corporation,
Columbus, WI
Rotomec 5, 3000
20
150 million stamps
Prephosphored, type I
Pressure-sensitive
Unique Binders, Fredericksburg, VA
Magenta, Yellow, Cyan, Black,
PMS 563 (Turquoise)
Vertical
0.76 x 1.04 in./19.30 x 26.41 mm
091 x 1.19 in./23.11 x 30.22 mm
5.46 x 5.8125 in./138.68 x
131.63 mm
320 stamps per revolution
“S” followed by five (5) single digits
“ 2003 USPS” • Price • Plate
position diagram • Plate numbers
(4 per pane) • 4 Barcodes on back
566220 Block of 4 — $2.40
566230 Block of 10 — $6.00
566240 Full Pane of 20 — $12.00
$
566261 First Dayy Cover — $0.98
$
566293 Full
F ll Pane
P
w/FDC
/FDC — $12.98
$12 98
54
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Additional Supply
Sales Policy
Post Offices requiring additional stamps must requisition
them from their designated SDO using PS Form 17. SDOs
requiring additional stamps must order them from the appropriate APD using PS Form 17.
All Post Offices must acquire and maintain a supply of
each new special issue as long as customer demand exists, until inventory is depleted, or until the issue is officially
withdrawn from sale. If supplies run low, Post Offices must
reorder additional quantities using their normal ordering
procedures.
For fulfilling supplemental orders from SDOs, the Chicago, Memphis, and New York APDs each will receive
5,000,000 additional stamps; the San Francisco APD will
receive 4,800,000 additional stamps; and the Denver APD
will receive 3,000,000 additional stamps.
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
For fulfilling supplemental orders from APDs, the Kansas City Stamp Service Center will receive 10,000,000
additional stamps.
Breast Cancer Research Semipostal Stamp Sales Extended Until December 31, 2005
On Friday, January 23, 2004, President Bush signed
Public Law No. 108–199, which extends the sales of the
Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamps through
December 31, 2005.
H The Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamp (Item
367200).
Effective immediately, all Post Officest, stations,
branches, postal stores, contract postal units, vending outlets, and authorized philatelic centers must resume sales of
the Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamps and products listed below.
H The Stop Family Violence semipostal stamp (Item
367500).
Additionally, these items will be available for sale at
Stamp Fulfillment Services (SFS) and through the Online
Postal Store.
Stamp Issues
Item Number
367200
553000
553015
553019
893000 and 893001
Description
$4.50 Breast Cancer Research Vending
10 Pack
45-cent Breast Cancer Research Stamp
$9 Breast Cancer Research Pane
45-cent Breast Cancer Research
Consignment Stamp
$10 Breast Cancer Research Poster
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
Self Service Vending Instructions
Effective immediately, SSPC Technicians and personnel
who service vending machines are authorized to resume
the sale of the Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamp
(Item 367200).
Multicommodity vending machines (PCM-1625A and
PCM-1625B) are currently required to offer three (3) semipostal stamps for sale:
H The Heroes of 2001 semipostal stamp (Item
367400).
Semipostal stamps are not authorized for sale in any
machine other than the multicommodity machines.
At the next regular servicing, the servicing personnel
must:
H Remove and redistribute the item/product currently
loaded in the “C3” within the current vend position for
that item or, if the amount of product removed from
the machines exceeds the machine capacity, return
and secure the item in the established individual
subaccount.
H Restock the “C3” vend with the Breast Cancer
Research semipostal stamps.
H Insert the product identifier for the Breast Cancer
Research semipostal stamp in the corresponding
product selection window.
The “Plan-O-Gram for Multi-Commodity Machines” for
authorized product placement is available on the Self Service Web site at http://blue.usps.gov/delivery/self_service/
html/programs/selfserv/planogram1.xls.
— Self Service and Access Management,
Delivery and Retail, 2-5-04
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
55
56
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
STAMP ANNOUNCEMENT 04-03
Chippendale Chair Definitive Stamp
Issue:
Item Number:
Denomination &
Type of Issue:
Format:
Series:
Issue Date & City:
Designer:
Artist:
Engraver:
Art Director:
Typographer:
Modeler:
Manufacturing Process:
Printer:
Printed at:
Press Type:
Stamps per Pane:
Print Quantity:
Paper Type:
Adhesive Type:
Processed at:
Colors:
Copyright USPS 2003
The Postal Servicet will issue a 4-cent Chippendale
Chair definitive stamp (Item 100400) in a pressuresensitive adhesive (PSA) pane of 20 on March 5, 2004, in
New York, New York. The stamp, designed by Derry Noyes
of Washington, DC, goes on sale nationwide March 6,
2004.
This stamp is the fourth issued in the new American Design series. The first three stamps in the series were American Toleware (2002), American Clock (2003), and Tiffany
Lamp (2003). Reflecting the rich diversity of American design, the series showcases objects from various eras, regions, and ethnic cultures that combine utility with beauty
and function with form.
The Chippendale Chair stamp features artist Lou Nolan’s stylized treatment of a Chippendale chair with an elaborately carved back and cabriole, or curved, legs. The artist
based his design on a Chippendale side chair, or chair without arms, made in Philadelphia between 1760 and 1765.
The chair is part of the collection of decorative arts in the
Diplomatic Reception Rooms at the U.S. Department of
State in Washington, DC. The colors Nolan used for the
wood and seat cover give the stamp design a contemporary feel.
Stamp Orientation:
Image Area (w x h):
Overall Size (w x h):
Full Pane Size (w x h):
Plate Size:
Plate Numbers:
Marginal Markings:
Catalog Item Number(s):
Chippendale Chair
100400
4-cent definitive
Pane of 20 (1 design)
American Design
March 5, 2004, New York,
NY 10199
Derry Noyes, Washington, DC
Lou Nolan, McLean, VA
N/A
Derry Noyes, Washington, DC
Derry Noyes, Washington, DC
Joseph Sheeran
Offset
Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd. (APU)
Williamsville, NY
Steven’s, Vari-size Security Press
20
100 million stamps
Nonphosphored, Type III
Pressure Sensitive
Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd.
PMS 476 (Brown), PMS 477
(Brown), PMS 7407 (Tan),
PMS (172) (Orange)
Vertical
0.73 x 0.84 in./18.542 x 21.336 mm
0.87 x 0.98 in./22.098 x 24.892 mm
5.35 x 4.93 in./135.89 x 125.222 mm
120 stamps per revolution
“P” followed by four (4) single digits
 2003 USPS • Price • Plate
numbers on four corners• Plate
position diagram • Barcodes on
four corners on back of pane
110420 Block of 4 — $0.16
110430 Block of 10 — $0.40
110440 Full Pane of 20 — $
$0.80
110462 First Day Cover — $
$0.79
How to Order the First Day of Issue Postmark
Customers have 30 days to obtain the first day of issue
postmark by mail. They may purchase new stamps at their
local Post Officer, by telephone at 800-STAMP-24, and at
the Postal Store Web site at www.usps.com/shop. They
should affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes (to themselves or others), and place
them in a larger envelope addressed to:
CHIPPENDALE CHAIR DEFINITIVE STAMP
POSTMASTER
421 EIGHTH AVE RM 2029B
NEW YORK NY 10199-9991
57
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
After applying the first day of issue postmark, the Postal
Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is
no charge for the postmark. All orders must be postmarked
by April 4, 2004.
Philatelic Requirement
SDOs with authorized philatelic centers will receive an
automatic distribution of these stamps in six positions for
subsequent distribution to each philatelic window.
How to Order First Day Covers
Stamp Fulfillment Services also offers first day covers
for new stamp issues and Postal Service stationery items
postmarked with the official first day of issue cancellation.
Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered
in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog. Customers may
request a free catalog by telephoning 800-STAMP-24 or
writing to:
INFORMATION FULFILLMENT
DEPT 6270
US POSTAL SERVICE
PO BOX 219014
KANSAS CITY MO 64121-9014
First day covers remain on sale for at least 1 year after
the stamp’s issuance.
Philatelic Products
There are no philatelic products for this stamp issue.
Distribution: 4-cent Chippendale Chair
Definitive Stamp, Item 100400
All stamp distribution offices (SDOs) will receive an automatic distribution of Item 100400, 4-cent Chippendale
Chair, PSA pane of 20 stamps. Master carton size is 40,000
stamps.
Initial Supply to Post Offices
SDOs will not make a subsequent automatic distribution
to Post Offices. To obtain an initial supply of this 4-cent definitive stamp, all Post Offices must immediately submit a
separate PS Form 17, Stamp Requisition/Stamp Return, to
their designated SDO. SDOs must not distribute these
stamps to Post Offices before February 26, 2004.
SDOs That Serve This Many
Philatelic Windows…
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
12
13
16
19
Will Receive This Quantity of
the Chippendale Chair
definitive stamp, Item 100400
12,000
24,000
36,000
48,000
60,000
72,000
96,000
108,000
144,000
156,000
192,000
228,000
Additional Supply
Post Offices requiring additional stamps must requisition
them from their designated SDO using PS Form 17. SDOs
requiring additional stamps must order them from the appropriate accountable paper depository (APD) using PS
Form 17.
For fulfilling supplemental orders from SDOs, the San
Francisco, Chicago, Memphis, and New York APDs will
each receive 3,840,000 additional stamps; the Denver APD
will receive 1,920,000 additional stamps.
For fulfilling supplemental orders from APDs, the Kansas City SSC will receive 24,960,000 additional stamps.
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
58
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Pictorial Cancellations Announcement
As a community service, the Postal Servicet offers
pictorial cancellations to commemorate local events celebrated in communities throughout the nation. A list of
events for which pictorial cancellations are authorized appears below. If available, the sponsor of the pictorial cancellation appears in italics under the date. Also provided,
as space permits, are illustrations of those cancellations
that were reproducible and available at press time.
People attending these local events may obtain the
cancellation in person at the temporary Post Officet station established there. Those who cannot attend the event,
but who wish to obtain the cancellation, may submit a
mail order request. Pictorial cancellations are available
only for the dates indicated, and requests must be postmarked no later than 30 days following the requested pictorial cancellation date.
All requests must include a stamped envelope or postcard bearing at least the minimum First-Class Mailr post-
age. Items submitted for cancellation may not include
postage issued after the date of the requested cancellation. Such items will be returned unserviced.
Customers wishing to obtain a cancellation should affix
stamps to any envelope or postcard of their choice, address the envelope or postcard to themselves or others,
insert a card of postcard thickness in envelopes for sturdiness, and tuck in the flap. Place the envelope or postcard
in a larger envelope and address it to: PICTORIAL CANCELLATIONS, followed by the NAME OF THE STATION,
ADDRESS, CITY, STATE, ZIP+4r CODE, exactly as listed
below (using all capitals and no punctuation, except the
hyphen in the ZIP+4 code).
Customers can also send stamped envelopes and
postcards without addresses for cancellation, as long as
they supply a larger envelope with adequate postage and
their return address. After applying the pictorial cancellation, the Postal Service returns the items (with or without
addresses) under addressed protective cover.
February 5, 2004
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
5661 NORTH GATE RD
ACTON TX 76049-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
615 ELM ST
CLYDE TX 79510-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
CROSS PLAINS TX 76443-9998
February 6, 2004
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
507 AVE F NW
CHILDRESS TX 79201-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
8616 FM 920
PEASTER TX 76485-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
105 MAIN ST
SEAGRAVES TX 79359-9998
59
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
February 10, 2004
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
116 WEST 3RD ST
COLORADO CITY TX 79512-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
PAINT ROCK TX 76866-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
FOLLETT TX 79034-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
1 NORTH ABE ST
SAN ANGELO TX 76902-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MORGAN MILL TX 76465-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
SKELLYTOWN TX 79080-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MERTZON TX 76941-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
STINNETT TX 79083-9998
February 11, 2004
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
1975 BALLPARK WAY
ARLINGTON TX 76006-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
3020 SOUTH CHERRY LN
FORT WORTH TX 76116-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
7101 BRYANT IRVIN RD
FORT WORTH TX 76132-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
CLAUDE TX 79019-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
5709 BROADWAY AVE
FORT WORTH TX 76117-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
3701 ALTA MESA BLVD
FORT WORTH TX 76133-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
301 NORTH LAS VEGAS TRL
FORT WORTH TX 76108-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
6051 NORTH DAVID BLVD
FORT WORTH TX 76118-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
3930 TELEPHONE RD
FORT WORTH TX 76135-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
1008 ROBERTS CUT OFF RD
FORT WORTH TX 76114-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
5125 WICHITA AVE
FORT WORTH TX 76119-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
4600 MARK IV PKWY
FORT WORTH TX 76161-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
1001 ALTA MESA BLVD
FORT WORTH TX 76115-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
9415 HIGHWAY 377 SOUTH
FORT WORTH TX 76126-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
306 NORTH BROADWAY ST
JOSHUA TX 76058-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
LOVING TX 76460-9998
60
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
February 12, 2004
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
108 2ND ST
BOVINA TX 79009-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MIAMI TX 79059-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
1097 SCHOOLHOUSE RD
HASLET TX 76052-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
WELCH TX 79377-9998
February 13, 2004
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
9300 PITTSBURG ST
CRESSON TX 76035-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
251 WEST LANCASTER AVE
FORT WORTH TX 76102-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
MOBEETIE TX 79061-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
232 SOUTHWEST JOHNSON AVE
BURLESON TX 76028-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
251 WEST LANCASTER AVE
FORT WORTH TX 76112-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
235 WEST 2ND ST
MUENSTER TX 76252-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
101 EAST MCKINNEY ST
DENTON TX 76201-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
100 EAST CHESTNUT ST
HOLLIDAY TX 76366-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
SANFORD TX 79078-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
415 AVE A
DENTON TX 76203-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
206 BRADFORD ST
MYRA TX 76253-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
4001 SOUTHWEST PARKWAY
WICHITA FALLS TX 76308-9998
Postal Service
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
2101 COLORADO BLVD
DENTON TX 76205-9998
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU STATION
POSTMASTER
202 NORTH AVE G
LAMESA TX 79331-9998
The following cancellation has been extended for 30 days.
February 7, 2003
Deere and Company
JOHN DEERE 200TH BIRTHDAY STATION
POSTMASTER
514 17TH ST
MOLINE IL 61265-9998
61
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
January 16, 2004
Postal Service and CCBA
YEAR OF THE MONKEY 4702
CCBA STATION
POSTMASTER
SPECIAL EVENTS
JAF-BLDG
421 EIGHTH AVE RM 2029B
NEW YORK NY 10199-9998
January 30/February 1, 2004
Postal Service
AMERISTAMP EXPO STATION
CRC
2600 ELTHAM AVE STE 109
NORFOLK VA 23513-2501
January 31, 2004
January 16–17, 2004
West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Dept.
and Auxiliary
Postal Service
2004 WOODCHUCK FESTIVAL
AND BALL WEST PAWLET
STATION
POSTMASTER
2841 VT RTE 153
WEST PAWLET VT 05775-9998
MLK STATION
POSTMASTER
4108 SOUTHWEST GREEN
OAKS BLVD
ARLINGTON TX 76003-9998
January 17–18/24–25, 2004
January 31, 2004
EXHIBITION STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
HOUGHTON LAKE MI
48629-9998
VICTORY STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
HALIFAX VA 24558-9998
January 17–31/February 1–8,
2004
January 31, 2004
Fort Worth Stock Show and
Rodeo
STOCK SHOW STATION
POSTMASTER
251 WEST LANCASTER
FORT WORTH TX 76102-9998
Postal Service
YEAR OF THE MONKEY
STATION
POSTMASTER
2000 ROYAL OAKS DR
SACRAMENTO CA 95813-9998
February 1–14, 2004
January 21, 2004
Postal Service
Romance Volunteer Fire
Department
PAUL ROBESON NC A AND T
STATION
201 NORTH MURROW BLIVD
GREENSBORO NC 27401-9998
LOVE STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
ROMANCE AR 72136-9998
February 2, 2004
January 24, 2004
Institute of Texan Cultures
Punxsutawney Chamber of
Commerce
INSTITUTE OF TEXAN
CULTURE STATION
POSTMASTER
10410 PERRIN BEITEL RD
SAN ANTONIO TX 78284-9998
GROUNDHOG STATION
POSTMASTER
553 EAST MAHONING ST
PUNXSUTAWNEY PA
15767-9998
February 2, 2004
January 25, 2004
Sun Prairie Chamber of
Commerce
LUNAR NEW YEAR STATION
MANAGER MOWS
900 EAST FAYETTE ST
BALTIMORE MD 21233-9715
GROUNDHOG DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
1715 LINNERUD DR
SUN PRAIRIE WI 53590-9998
62
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
February 2, 2004
NYS Coalition Against Domestic
Violence
25TH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION STATION
POSTMASTER
COLONIE CENTER POST
OFFICE
50001 COLONIE CENTER MALL
ALBANY NY 12205-9998
February 7–8, 2004
EUPEX 2004 STATION
POSTMASTER
1400 LLOYD RD
WICKLIFFE OH 44092-9998
February 7–8, 2004
February 2, 2004
Black History Month Celebration
Cherrelyn Stamp Club of
Englewood
PAUL ROBESON STATION
MGR RETAIL
7001 S CENTRAL AVE RM 338
LOS ANGELES CA 90052-9602
CHERRELYN STATION
PHILATELIC OFFICE
951 20TH ST
DENVER CO 80212-9998
February 3, 2004
Postal Service
February 8, 2004
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU
STATION
POSTMASTER
100 EAST ADAMS ST
ITASCA TX 76055-9998
JANESVILLE EXHIBITIONS
STATION
POSTMASTER
1818 MILTON AVE
JANESVILLE WI 53545-9998
February 5, 2004
Universal Shop Cancellation
Society
February 9, 2004
60TH ANNIVERSARY STATION
POSTMASTER
3609 TONGASS AVE
KETCHIKAN AK 99901-9998
DARLING STATION
POSTMASTER
580 DARLING RD
DARLING MS 38623-9998
February 6, 2004
The Kansas Humanities Council
LINCOLN ARTS CENTER
STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
LINCOLN KS 67455-9998
February 10, 2004
Boston District Diversity Office
PAUL ROBESON STATION
POSTMASTER
25 DORCHESTER AVE RM 4009
BOSTON MA 02205-9998
February 7, 2004
Chinese American Friendship
Association of Maine
CHINESE NEW YEAR STATION
POSTMASTER
125 FOREST AVE
PORTLAND ME 04101-9998
February 10, 2004
Postal Service
ASHUELOT STATION
POSTMASTER
8 ASHUELOT MAIN ST
ASHUELOT NH 03441-9998
February 7, 2004
The Centerville Curling Club
ROCKIN THE RIVER STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
GALESVILLE WI 54630-9998
February 11, 2004
USS PASADENA 15TH
ANNIVERSARY STATION
POSTMASTER
100 PLAZA CT 06340-9998
63
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
February 14, 2004
February 11, 2004
USS GEORGIA 20TH
ANNIVERSARY STATION
POSTMASTER
100 PLAZA CT
GROTON CT 06340-9998
VICKSBURG NATIONAL
MILITARY PARK STATION
POSTMASTER
3415 PEMBERTON SQUARE
BLVD
VICKSBURG MS 39180-9998
February 14, 2004
February 11, 2004
Thomas Elementary School
VALENTINES DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
341 PINE ST
ABILENE TX 79604-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINES I LOVE YOU
STATION
MANAGER CUSTOMER
SERVICE
4450 OAK PARK LN
FORT WORTH TX 76107-9998
February 11, 2004
Postal Service
HEART TO HEART FROM
COLORADO CITY STATION
POSTMASTER
116 WEST THIRD ST
COLORADO CITY TX
79512-9998
February 14, 2004
Valentines Day
VALENTINES DAY STATION
POSTMASTER
6664 RT 362
BLISS NY 14024-9998
February 14, 2004
February 11, 2004
LOVE STATION
POSTMASTER
12 WEST COMMERCE ST
HERNANDO MS 38632-9998
Postal Service
VALENTINE STATION
POSTMASTER
PO BOX 9998
HARTVILLE WY 82215-9998
February 14, 2004
February 12, 2004
SWEETHEARTS STATION
POSTMASTER
255 SOUTH GLENDORA AVE
GLENDORA CA 91740-9998
Postal Service
THE HEART STATION
POSTMASTER
US HWY 90
VALENTINE TX 79854-9998
February 15, 2004
February 12, 2004
Postal Service
COURTLAND STATION
POSTMASTER
252 OLD HWY 51
COURTLAND MS 38620-9998
LAKE CITY STATION
POSTMASTER
320 NORTH FIRST ST
LAKE CITY FL 32055-9998
February 13, 2004
February 15, 2004
Birch River Community
Ted Williams Museum
BIRCH RIVER VALENTINE
STATION
POSTMASTER
55 POWELLS CREEK RD
BIRCH RIVER WV 26610-9998
HITTERS HALL OF FAME
STATION
POSTMASTER
3795 EAST PARSON POINT RD
HERNANDO FL 34442-9998
64
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
February 18–19, 2004
February 15, 2004
Black Heritage Committee
Elks Club
LEADERSHIP SQUARE
STATION
POSTMASTER
320 SOUTHEAST 5TH ST
OKLAHOMA CITY OK
73125-9998
EXHIBITION STATION
POSTMASTER
1320 MAIN ST
STEVENS POINT WI
54481-9998
February 19, 2004
BLACK HISTORY STATION
POSTMASTER
1335 JEFFERSON RD
ROCHESTER NY 14692-9998
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
UPDATED ANNOUNCEMENT 04-B
2004 Stamps and Postal Stationery
“2004 Stamps and Postal Stationery” (Announcement
04-B, February 2004), which appears on page 48, is intended to replace the quarterly announcement of the same
name, previously printed and sent to customers on request
through Stamp Fulfillment Services in Kansas City. The announcement is a listing of stamps and postal stationery
items scheduled for issuance during calendar year 2004.
Post Officest may wish to post this schedule on their bulletin boards.
Customers may also access the Postal Bulletin
through the Postal Servicet Web site at www.usps.com,
then click on About USPS & News, then Forms & Publications, then Postal Bulletin.
This announcement will be updated every 2 to 3 months,
as changes warrant.
How to Order First Day of Issue Cancellations
and Covers
Customers may purchase new stamps or postal stationery items at their Post Office, from the USA Philatelic catalog, by calling 800-STAMP-24, or online at www.usps.com
by clicking on Buy Stamps & Shop. Then they should
prepare their own covers by affixing new stamps to the
upper right corner of envelopes or postcards of their choice,
and address those envelopes, postcards, or postal stationery items to themselves or others. (Postage must equal
the current First-Class Mailr rate.) For sturdiness, include a
card of postcard thickness in each cover (envelopes only)
submitted, and tuck in the flap. Place the cover in a larger
envelope addressed to: NAME OF ISSUE, POSTMASTER, CITY, STATE, and ZIP CODEt (followed by -9991).
Covers submitted for first day of issue cancellations may include additional uncancelled stamps only if the uncancelled
stamps were issued before the first day of issue of the new
stamps or postal stationery items. All orders must be postmarked on or before the deadline indicated in the “2004
Stamps and Postal Stationery” announcement that follows.
INFORMATION FULFILLMENT
DEPT 6270
US POSTAL SERVICE
PO BOX 219014
KANSAS CITY MO 64121-9014
— Stamp Services,
Government Relations, 2-5-04
65
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Special Cancellation Die Hubs
Postmasters and plant managers who have any of the
special cancellation die hubs listed below may use them for
the periods designated. At the end of the period, these die
Cancellation
Smile America, National Children’s Dental Health Month
We Are Fighting for Your Life, American Heart Association
Save Your Vision Week
March Is Kidney Month, Give to the National Kidney Foundation
March Is Red Cross Month
Easter Seals, Fight Crippling
April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month
April Is Organ Donor Awareness Month — Donors Make Miracles
Law Day USA Freedom Under Law, May 1
Strike Back at Cancer, Give to the American Cancer Society
National Carih Asthma Week
Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires
National Salvation Army Week, 4th Week in May
Support Research for “NF,” Neurofibromatosis
Support Your Mental Health Association
National Flag Day, June 14, Pause for the Pledge
Goodwill Industries — Our Business Works So People Can
Support National Historic Preservation Week
National Transportation Week
Fight Disease, Support City of Hope Pilot Medical Center
Defeat Muscular Dystrophy, Support MDAA
Conquer Multiple Sclerosis
Conquer Cystic Fibrosis
Peace Corps Anniversary, Making a Difference
Employ People With Disabilities
Give to the United Way
Learn About Lupus, October Is Lupus Awareness Month
Radon Action Week, Protect Your Family, Test Your Home
Support Infection Control Week
Help Retarded Children
Military Families Recognition Day
National Adoption Month
National Philanthropy Day, Love of Humankind
Use Christmas Seals, Support Your Lung Association
Support American Education Week
Autistic Children, Hope Through Research and Education
hubs must be withdrawn and stored. Postmasters and
plant managers who do not have these special die hubs
may not request them from the sponsors.
Period of Use
Jan. 15–Feb. 28
Feb. 1–Feb. 28
Feb. 1–March 31
March 1–March 31
March 1–March 31
March 1–April 22
April 1–April 30
April 1–April 30
April 1–April 30
April 1–April 30
April 1–May 6
April 1–Oct. 31
May 1–May 31
May 1–May 31
May 1–May 31
May 1–June 14
May 1–June 30
May 9–May 15
May 14–May 20
May 15–June 15
May 15–June 17
May 17–June 17
Sept. 1–Sept. 30
Sept. 1–Oct. 31
Sept. 1–Nov. 30
Sept. 15–Nov. 15
Oct. 1–Oct. 31
Oct. 1–Oct. 31
Oct. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 1–Nov. 30
Nov. 8–Dec. 31
Nov. 10–Nov. 30
Dec. 1–Dec. 31
— Mailing Standards, Pricing and Classification, 2-5-04
66
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
67
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Post Offices
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
Post Office Changes
Old/
New
Finance
No.
Old
ZIP
Code
County/
Parish
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
Main Office
Post Office
04-1728
State
72323 AR
P.O. Name
Chatfield
New
04-4329
72348 AR
Hughes
Saint
Francis
Main Office
Post Office
Old
07-3834
81505 CO
Grand
Junction
Mesa
Main Office
Post Office
New
07-3834
81501 CO
Grand
Junction
Mesa
Main Office
Post Office
Old
12-5566
30148 GA
Marble Hill
Pickens
Main Office
Post Office
New
12-5566
30148 GA
Marble Hill
Pickens
Main Office
Post Office
Old
24-0799
02101 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02102 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02103 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02104 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02105 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Crittenden
Effective
Date
Comments
Post Officet and ZIP
Codet discontinued.
Use Hughes AR 72348
12/22/2003 as last line of address.
Update from PB21791
6-13-91.
06/08/1991
02/28/2004
01/04/2004
01/09/2004
01/09/2004
01/09/2004
01/09/2004
01/09/2004
Realign ZIP Code
boundaries. Use Grand
Junction CO 81501 as
last line of address for
the 312 deliveries
previously in ZIP Code
81505.
This announcement
expands the use of ZIP
Code 30148 to include
delivery.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02101 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02102 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02103 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02104 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02105 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
68
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
Old
ZIP
Code
County/
Parish
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
J W McCormack Classified
Station
Effective
Date
24-0799
State
02106 MA
P.O. Name
Boston
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02107 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02208 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
Old
24-0799
02209 MA
Boston
Suffolk
J W McCormack
Classified
Station
New
24-0799
02196 MA
Boston
Suffolk
Milk Street
Classified
Station
01/09/2004
Old
26-9230
56583 MN
Tintah
Traverse
Main Office
Post Office
04/25/1997
New
26-1460
56583 MN
Campbell
Traverse
Tintah
Place Name
12/20/2003
Old
37-3008
58627 ND
Fairfield
Billings
Main Office
Post Office
02/20/1998
New
37-0768
58627 ND
Belfield
Stark
Fairfield
Place Name
12/27/2003
Old
37-7104
58362 ND
Penn
Ramsey
Main Office
Post Office
10/25/1996
New
37-2368
58362 ND
Devils Lake
Ramsey
Penn
Place Name
12/20/2003
Old
37-4048
58337 ND
Hamberg
Wells
Main Office
Post Office
11/09/1996
New
37-4240
58341 ND
Harvey
Wells
Hamberg
Place Name
12/20/2003
Old
41-4428
17538 PA
Landisville
Lancaster
Salunga
Classified
Branch
07/13/1981
New
41-4428
17538 PA
Landisville
Lancaster
Salunga
Place Name
12/06/2003
Suffolk
Comments
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02106 are
01/09/2004 now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
01/09/2004
01/09/2004
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02107 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02208 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office box ZIP
Code discontinued.
Post Office boxes
formerly in 02209 are
now delivered under
new Post Office box
addresses in ZIP Code
02196.
Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name.
name Continue
to use Tintah MN
56583 as last line of
address.
Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name.
name Continue
to use Fairfield ND
58627 as last line of
address.
Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name. Continue
to use Penn ND 58362
as last line of address.
Post Office and ZIP
Code discontinued.
Establish a place
name. Hamberg ND
becomes an
acceptable last line for
use with ZIP Code
58341.
Classified branch
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name
name. Use
Salunga PA 17538 as
last line of address.
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ
69
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Old/
New
Finance
No.
Old
ZIP
Code
Station/Branch/
Unit
Unit Type
New Columbia
Community
Post Office
Effective
Date
Union
New Columbia
Place Name
06/24/2002
Jersey Shore
Lycoming
Cammal
Community
Post Office
04/08/2002
17723 PA
Jersey Shore
Lycoming
Cammal
Place Name
12/06/2003
41-9260
18764 PA
Wikes Barre
Luzerne
Main Office
Post Office
New
41-9260
18764 PA
Wikes Barre
Luzerne
Main Office
Post Office
Old
41-9260
18765 PA
Wikes Barre
Luzerne
Main Office
Post Office
New
41-9260
18765 PA
Wikes Barre
Luzerne
Main Office
Post Office
Old
41-9260
18766 PA
Wilkes Barre
Luzerne
Main Office
Post Office
New
41-9260
18766 PA
Wilkes Barre
Luzerne
Main Office
Post Office
01/08/2004
Old
41-3484
17109 PA
Harrisburg
Dauphin
Colonial Park
Classified
Station
10/14/2002
New
41-3484
17109 PA
Harrisburg
Dauphin
Harrisburg
Place Name
12/06/2003
Old
46-4032
57540 SD
Holabird
Hyde
Main Office
Post Office
10/03/1992
New
46-3906
57540 SD
Highmore
Hyde
Holabird
Place Name
12/20/2003
Old
46-0216
57421 SD
Amherst
Marshall
Main Office
Post Office
07/28/1997
New
46-1710
57421 SD
Claremont
Brown
Amherst
Community
Post Office
12/20/2003
41-9116
State
17856 PA
P.O. Name
West Milton
New
41-9116
17856 PA
West Milton
Old
41-4056
17723 PA
New
41-4056
Old
County/
Parish
Union
12/06/2003
01/08/2004
01/08/2004
Comments
Community Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name. Continue
to use New Columbia
PA 17856 as last line
of address.
Community Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name. Continue
to use Cammal PA
17723 as last line of
address.
This announcement
makes ZIP Code
18764 a Unique ZIP
Code for General
Hospital.
This announcement
changes ZIP Code
18765 to be a Unique
ZIP Code for Mercy
Hospital.
This announcement
changes ZIP Code
18766 to be a Unique
ZIP Code for Wilkes
University.
Classified Station
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name
name. Use
Harrisburg PA 17109
as last line of address.
Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
place name.
name Continue
to use Holabird SD
57540 as last line of
address.
Post Office
discontinued. Retain
ZIP Code. Establish a
community Post Office.
Continue to use
Amherst SD 57421 as
last line of address.
— Address Management,
Intelligent Mail and Address Quality, 2-5-04
70
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
MOVER’S GUIDE NEWS
Spanish-Language Edition of Mover’s Guide (Publication 75-S, La Mudanza) — Now
Printed Four Times a Year
Beginning January 2004, Publication 75-S, La Mudanza
(the Spanish version of Publication 75, Mover’s Guide), will
be printed four times a year:
H January–March
H April–June
H July–September
H October–December
Use the following information to order Publication 75-S:
PSIN:
NSN:
Unit of Measure:
Minimum Order Quantity:
Bulk Pack Quantity:
Quick Pick Number:
Price:
PUB 75-S
7610-03-000-4096
EA
125
1,000
N/A
$0.00
You may order a 3-month supply of the January–March
2004 edition of La Mudanza from the Material Distribution
Center (MDC) by using touch-tone order entry (TTOE):
Call 800-332-0317, option 2.
If you have any other questions about how to order copies of La Mudanza, please contact Dave Fallon of Imagitas
at 800-794-8510.
Note: You must be registered to use TTOE. To register,
call 800-332-0317, option 1, extension 2925, and follow the
prompts to leave a message. (Wait 48 hours after registering before placing your first order.)
— Address Management,
Intelligent Mail and Address Quality, 2-5-04
Discard/recycle all copies of expired stock once you receive the 2004 edition.
Retail
REVISED FORMS 4000-A AND 4000-B
Retail Lobby and Employee Observations
Effective February 5, 2004, PS Form 4000-A, Retail
Lobby Observation, and PS Form 4000-B, Retail Employee
Observation, have been revised. Both forms are available
only on the intranet at http://blue/usps.gov; click Forms.
The purpose of the employee observation is to observe
interactions between retail associates and customers to determine the level of the employee’s sales skills and product
knowledge.
The purpose of a lobby observation is to review the total
retail environment. Actions on the lobby observation will result in additional revenue opportunities and increased customer satisfaction.
Both forms have been revised to reflect changes made
to the Mystery Shopper Program for FY 04. Both observations should be conducted at least once a month.
— Retail Operations,
Delivery and Retail, 2-5-04
CORRECTION
Stamps by Mail Supply Order
The article titled “Notice: Stamps by Mail — Brochure
Ordering Information and Print Schedule for 2004” in Postal
Bulletin 22120 (1-22-04, pages 97–98) included an incorrect version of PS Form 3227-O, Stamps by Mail Supply
Order. The correct version (January 2002) is included on
the next page.
— Service and Marketing Development,
Delivery and Retail, 2-5-04
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
71
72
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
73
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
USPS and eBay again
A new eBay promotion is coming to select Post Officest. This
time, eBay is promoting its role as a marketplace for small
businesses. The Postal Servicet again will be featured on posters
to be displayed in Post Offices located in eBay’s top 10 U.S.
markets. These are the same Post Offices that participated in
eBay’s “Secret Santa” promotion last year. They are New York, Los
Angeles, San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Boston-Manchester, Washington, D.C. (Hagerstown), Dallas-Ft.
Worth, Seattle-Tacoma, and Atlanta.
This promotion coincides with the expansion of the Carrier Pickup
program, which makes it even easier for eBay sellers to conduct
their business through the Postal Service. While eBay makes it
convenient for online entrepreneurs to sell their products, the
Postal Service makes it convenient for these sellers to get their
packages to buyers.
If your office receives an eBay poster, simply put it up Feb. 19 and
take it down April 16. And, of course, be sure to sell the eBay
sellers on USPSr products and services!
Plan ahead for
Click-N-Ship Week
The Postal Service launches its 2004 Click-N-Shipr advertising
campaign on March 22 with a weeklong promotion targeting unique
customer groups for each day of the week. Events organized by
small business specialists, retail specialists, and postmasters will
include demonstrations of the online shipping service and
presentations at customer meetings. National advertising includes
radio, print, and direct response, and will run in trade publications
and business-focused programming.
Click-N-Ship Week begins with a focus on informing Postal Service
employees about the service, how it works, and how it helps
customers. The rest of the week builds customer awareness and
opens the door to ongoing business relationships with unique
customer groups in the small business segment.
Monday, March 22 — Employee Day and Media Launch
Tuesday, March 23 — Small Business Day
74
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Wednesday, March 24 — University Day
Thursday, March 25 — Shippers’ Day
Friday, March 26 — Home Office/Household User Day
More information on how to organize events is coming. Watch for
the March 4 Postal Bulletin. It will include the Click-N-Ship Week
Postmaster’s Kit (service talk, newsbreak, communications
contacts, and more).
Out with the old
It’s the New Year drive period — do you know where your
point-of-purchase (POP) materials are? They should be on display
right now. Be sure to keep your POP elements current. The New
Year drive period features timesaving products and services for
small businesses — Priority Mailr bundles and Click-N-Ship
service. Check out all the POP materials on Marketing’s Web site.
Go to blue.usps.gov/marketing and click on the link for the current
ad campaign.
Off the rink
The roller-skating Santa and Reindeer holiday FIRSTCLASS
PHONECARDr multipack — four phone cards for $20 — will expire
Feb. 13. Please use the phone card destruction form and destroy all
holiday multipack phone cards after Feb. 13. If you have any
questions, contact your district retail manager. Remember to fax a
copy of the destruction form to your district retail manager.
More information and a new destruction form will be sent to offices
in early February.
Feedback
Send comments and questions to:
WHATS IN STORE
US POSTAL SERVICE
1735 N LYNN ST RM 6042
ARLINGTON VA 22209-6057
75
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
Retail Coaches
Corner
This month’s edition has information about Parcel
Return Services.
H Select Option #2 Random Sampling.
The Postal Servicet is conducting a 2-year test for
parcel services that is designed to make returns easier
and more convenient. The new service is called Parcel
Return Services (PRS) and offers competitive pricing for
participating merchants who pick up returned parcels in
bulk at a designated delivery unit or bulk mail center
serving the consumer.
H Hit Enter.
PRS provides three rate categories:
H Parcel Selectr Return Delivery Unit (RDU) — Parcels returned and picked up at the delivery unit of
the consumer.
H Parcel Select Return Bulk Mail Center (RBMC) —
Parcels returned and picked up at the BMC serving the delivery unit of the consumer.
H Bound Printed Matter (BPM) Return Bulk Mail
Center — Similar to Parcel Select RBMC except
the contents must qualify as BPM.
As a sales and services associate (SSA), you will
need to be able to identify and know how to accept and
process the three different types of PRS parcels. Each
of the rate categories is identified by a different label.
RDU: The legend box on RDU labels will read “Parcel Select Return Service.” The address on the label will
be as follows: “RETURN DELIVERY UNIT” on the first
line, the physical location of the RDU on the second line,
the city/state on the third line, then the RDU ZIP Codet
on the last line. If the parcel is for the RDU, it should be
held for pickup, scanned as “Available for Pickup” when
received, and scanned “Picked up by Agent” when the
merchant/agent picks up the parcel. If the RDU parcel is
not for the RDU, it should be sent to the BMC without
any scans.
Oversized RDU parcels for RDUs need to be
scanned, using the mobile data collection device, under
the “Random Sampling” option. The following is the process that should be used to scan oversized parcels:
H Select Main Option Menu.
H Select Option A Returns Mode.
H Scan the barcode.
H Input “69” in the pounds field.
H Hit Enter.
What Is An Oversized Parcel?
Oversized parcels are parcels of more than 108 inches in combined length and girth, but not more than 130
inches in combined length and girth, that are mailable at
the applicable oversized rate.
Local management will determine if the RDU parcels
for the RDU should be scanned by retail associates or
back office clerks.
RBMC: The legend box on RBMC labels will read
“Parcel Select Return Service” or “Bound Printed Matter
(BPM) Return Service.” The address on the label will be
as follows: “RETURN BULK MAIL CENTER” on the
first line, the physical location of the RBMC on the second line, the city/state on the third line, then the valid ZIP
Code assigned in the range 56901 through 56999 on the
last line. RBMC parcels that are destined for the BMC do
not require scanning and should be sent to the BMC for
processing.
Did You Know?
PRS is paid for by the mailer, and SSAs are not to attach Special Services to packages with one of the three
PRS labels described above. If a customer doesn’t want
to use the mailer-provided preprinted PRS label, SSAs
should advise the customer to contact the mailer to obtain the proper return address. The return address on
the PRS label should not be used by customers reshipping their own packages without the preprinted PRS
label. ZIP Code range 56901 through 56999 is valid for
RBMC and BPM labels only. Do not deface ZIP Codes
on PRS labels.
76
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
77
78
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
POSTAL BULLETIN 22121 (2-5-04)
79
475 L’ENFANT PLAZA SW
WASHINGTON DC 20260-5540
First-Class Mail
Postage & Fees Paid
USPS
Permit No. G-10
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising