Mayor Marion Barry announced yesterday that the city will establish 23 new food stamp distribution centers.

The new centers will be in 12 local savings and loan companies approved by the city's Department of Human Resources and the Washington Savings and Loan League.

"This is the kind of partnership which we must have if we are to be successful in continuing to upgrade our delivery of services, Barry said.

The new centers will be open Oct. 1 at these locations:

Perpetual Savings & Loan Association, 500 11th St., NW; Perpetual Savings & Loan Association, 18th & Columbia Rd., NW; Eastern-Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Association, 600 Pennsylvania Ave., SE; Eastern-Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Association, 1407 G St., NW; Columbia Federal Savings & Loan Association, 4340 Connecticut Ave., NW; Columbia Federal Savings & Loan Association, 3216 Pennsylvania Ave., SE; National Permanent Federal Savings & Loan Association, 5001 Wisconsin Ave., NW; Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association, 2440 Wisconsin Ave., NW; Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association, 2620 Connecticut Ave., NW; Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association, 5101 Wisconsin Ave., NW; Capital City Federal Savings & Loan Association, 2010 Rhode Island Ave., NE; OBA Federal Savings & Loan Association, 600 F St., NW; Metropolis Federal Savings & Loan Association, 5017 Connecticut Ave., NW; Jefferson Federal Savings & Loan Association, 1911 Michigan Ave., NE; Interstate Federal Savings & Loan Association, 4031 South Capitol St.; Interstate Federal Savings & Loan Association, 3435 Connecticut Ave., NW; Home Federal Savings & Loan Association, Georgia & Alaska Aves., NW; First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Washington, 300 7th St., SW; First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Washington, 5005 New Hampshire Ave., NW; First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Washington, 610 13th St., NW; American Federal Savings & Loan Association, 1889 L St., NW. National Permanent Federal Savings & Loan Association, 1400 G St., NW.