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BEWARE OF WIRES DURING KITE WEATHER ! / OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS:, 1. Find an open field for your kite flying experience. 2. Avoid areas where poles and wires can interfere. 3. Use DRY STRING, not wire, on your kite. 4. If the kite should happen to tangle in electrit wires--LEAVE IT ALONE. 5. Call the Snohomish County Public Utility  District Headquarters in your locality in an emergency. NEVER try to disentangle your kite from electri, wires yourself. Let your P. U. D. helper, who understands what to do, do it for you. PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT No. 1 of Snohomish County Board of Commissioners THOMAS QUAST, Pres. - PERRY M. BLACK, Vice Pres. -- WILLIAM B; BERRY, Secy. Postal, Rail Service Curtailment ° ' ,00 oo,o ooi,o.. o=. ...   Prompts Move To Delay Met Plan'. Fleming, Zylstra Herds Honored In the large herd division of 61 The January report of the Sno- homish County Dairy Herd Im- provement Association shows that them were 72 herds on test with 4205 cows with an average of 891 pounds of milk and 36.3 pounds of butterfat. These official records are compiled in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the Snohomish County DItIA Board, Washington State DHIA, approved and supervised by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Washington State Univer- sity. The C. R. ueaergreen herd of Snohomish hit the "magic 50" cir- cle during the month with an aver- age 'butterfat of 51.5 pounds per cow according to A1 Estep, County Extension Agent. Others in the 41 to 60 cow herd size going on the honor roll were Andrew Bredersen of Marysville 45.8; Ray McCarthy of Everett 55.0; Delmar Fleming of Monroe 42.4; Svend Larson of Stanwood 41.6; Simon Zylstra of Monroe 41.1; and Bruce Douglas of Snohomish 40.8. extra nitrogen applied will give the grass such a boost that the clover is shaded and crowded out of the stand. Thinking of this then might give us an indication that it would be best to apply our barnyard ma- nure to the stands having less clo- ver and use the commerical fertil- izer on the newer stands with more clover. The available moisture is very important especially in nitrogen fertilization because if water is a limiting factor fertilizer will not pay. In fact tests have shown that extra nitrogen without water will actually reduce yields. The costs of the soils tests are small in comparison to what can be gained. We have soil test boxes available in the office or you can pick them up from most of your fertilizer dealers. They are best made now so you can plan your fertilizer program ahead. cow and over  high was Pete Van Soest of Snohomish with 48.6; Gerrit Kosters of Snohomish 42.9; H. Chris Hansen and Sons of Ev- erett 42.2; Lloyd Hansey of Monroe 42.1; R. E. Bartelheimer of Snoho- mish 41.4; Frank J. Bueler of Sno- homish 41.2; and Earle Bailey and Son of Snohomih 41.0. In the small herd division of 25 cows or less the tops were Ted Ricci of Monroe 49.0; George Klein of Marysville 46.8; Olaf Strand of Arlington 44.0; Art Henning of Mon- .roe 41.0; William Toivonen of Ev- erett 39.6; Herman Bosse of Sno- homish 39.2; and Rex Gray of Bothell 38.3. George Stecher and Son of Ever- ett was high in the 26 to 40 cow division with 45.9 followed by John Kempma of Granite Falls 48.4; George Stocker of Snohomish 42.8; Otto Klein of Marysville 39.7; G. M. EUiott of Arlington 38.5; Henry Graafstra of Arlington 36.9; and Charles Taylor of Monroe 36.9. The top producing cow complet- ing a 305 day record during the month was a cow in the L. V. Anderson and Son herd with 777 pounds of butterfat. Others with high cows in this class were Last- fence Brodersen, H. Chris Hansen and Sons, Earle Bailey and Son with two cows, Ray McCarthy, Delmar Fleming, H. F Boushey and Sons with two cows and T. A. Roetcisoender. In the three year old class te top cow was owned by Pete Van Soest and produced 710, with Pete also having another top cow, oth- ers were Washington State Re- formatory, Argyle Knight with two, L. V. Anderson and SOn, C. R. Cedergreen and Cathcart Valley Dairy. In the four year old class the tops were Earle Bailey and Son, ChaEes Kruger, Delmar Fleming, Pete Van Seest, Fred Steen, Bruce Douglas, Duane Kuhlman, a n d Washington State Reformatory. WE BUY LIVESTOCK TONY HARDER, PY 4-4526 Postal officials today were asked by seven Northwest senators and twelve congressmen to delay "further implementation" of the so-called Metropolitan Plan until cost data is developed and effect upon postal employes, public and railroad service is determined. Already the "Metropolitan Plan" has resulted in cancellation of two daylight trains in Washington State and "threatens the remaining daylight train service," the Northwest delegation, led by Senator War- ren G. Magnuson, D., Wash., contended in a letter to Postmaster Gen- eral Arthur Summerfield. Since the Washington State pro- m ........ • gram is the "first phase of a plan that will affect the entire Porthind Comments From Region, and will set a pattern for the whole nation" its operation COUNTY AGENT "should not .be undertaken and its activation rushed" until a "care- The last of the series of winter ful study is made by an impartial dairy meetings will be in Arlington committee of interested parties," on March 1 at the American Le- the law-makers declared.* gion Hall starting at 10:30 and in Joining Magnuson in the plea to Snohomish at the City Library on Summerfield to postpone further March 2 starting at 10:30. F. R. implementation of the Metrololitan "Doe" Murdock will be the speaker plan at this time were Senators at this final session. He will be Henry M. Jackson, D., Wash.; talking about herd management Wayne L. Morse and Richard Neu- and because this is one of the berger, both D., Ore.; Frank major differences on production of Church, D., Idaho; and James E. cows is very important. I am sure Murray, and Mike Mansfield, both that anyone milking cows will bene- D., Montana. fit from some of the things he will House members signing the joint present. letter included Congressmen'Them- FER REQUTS as M. Pelly, R., Wash.; Jack West- Darrell Turner, Extension Spe- land, R., Wash.; Catherine May, cialist from Puyallup, gave some R., Wash.; Walt Horan, R. Wash.; very good pointers at the sessions Thor C. Tollefson, R., Wash.; Don last week. I will try to summarize Magnuson, D., Wash.; Lee Metcalf, them for the benefit of you who D., Montana; LeRoy H. Anderson, could not be present. First of all D., Montana; Gracie B. Pfost, D., he pointed out the need for basing Idaho; A1 Ullman, D., Ore.; Edith the fertilization program and three Green, D., Ore.; and Charles O. things, a soil test, stand and kind Porter, D., Ore. of forage to be "fertilized and the Despite the fact that the Metro- availability of water. Taking these politan Plan, widely heralded as three into account can mean econ- providing one day mail service to omical production of high quality all parts of Washington State, is forage. eighty per cent complete, it still Let's take a look at them one at does not "equal the service afford- a time and see what they have to ed some years back" to "commun- do with the fertilizer. First of all ity or individual" members of COn- the soil test. This tells you what gress declared in their joint letter, you have to start so that you can Members of the Northwest dele- base your fertilizer to supplement gation charged that postal officials what you already have available approached them in a January 29 to the plants. As an example if conference on a basis that the De- you are low in one element and partment "intends to put the plan high in another you can save dol- into effect in the next sixty days lars and balance the plant food regardless of Confessional views available. or fears.'" The stand and kinds of forage is "We can give no approval to a real essential to know what t ap- plan which is undocumented with ply. For instance if the stand is regard to specific cost analyses and good grass and clover the clover , which is without true assurances is the one we want €o think about that employee prerogatives will be most because of its importance for adequately protected," they pro- quality forage. It was suggested tested in their letter. "Nor can we that if you have such a good stand Custom Slaughtering & Cutting for your locker approve a plan that has not yet it might 'be better to hold back on received community acceptance in the nitrogen and apply the others WE PICK UP the areas affected.'" as needed. Tests have shown that • ' ,in v v.V vv v v vv vVv vVv vv v vV>v .V v V.V v vv v vVv vv v Vv v Vv vvv Vv vv v vvv v Vv vvv vVv v vv -m " Price -Rite PY 4-2341 WE DELIVER EVERY DAY F4--351 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Kellogg's Coupons WANTED Save !- U.S. Good Steer- Top Quality U.S. Good CORN FLAKES 12-oz ....... 24€ RICE KRISPIES 9 V21-oz ..... 27€ OK's I 01/21-oz ................... 2Sc VARIETY .......................... 43€ I -Save! POUND Sprinkle With Tenderizer, and Broil Chuck Steak Round Bone POUND Blade Cut POUND H .J .B. 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