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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1968, Port Angeles, Washington Virginia former resident featured in hawaiian paper Sequim Kelly a former Seq Ulm resident who graduated from Seq Ulm High school in is featured in the 20 Issue of the Honolulu now a resident of an has been Blind for nearly 20 he was in Honolulu to take a course at the Eye of the Pacific learning to train with a guide the Eye of the Pacific is a charitable organization which provides dogs for the Blind throughout the Pacific Smith operates a whole Sale and distributing company As Well As a steam Bath and Mas Sage Center in Smith stayed Home to take care of business and their 15 year old they also have two mar ried Robert now living in sent a copy of the Story to the evening Between 1965 and 1966 the combined strength of the three military nurse corps increased by 12 per from nurses to port Angeles evening february t968p0jt 9 personals demo conclave faces conflicts Seq the and Nell Clayton of Pullman Are the parents of a baby Scott War born weight 7 pounds 8 and Lester Clayton of Edith Cusack of and Lynn Chapman of Iowa Are the baby Roy Long of Seq Ulm is his great Nell a sociology major at Washington state took and passed his Oral tests for his masters degree the Day the baby More than registered nurses in Washington belong to their professional the Washington state nurses As though ranking just 23rd in state Washington enjoys the 9th largest membership in the profession Al nurses association according to a study de jointly by the Public health service and the american hos Pital there were registered nurses for every licensed practical nurse and a ratio of registered nurses to one auxiliary nursing personnel employed in hospitals in Walla Walla a Al acting views on Vietnam and on their own leadership fronted Washington democrats As they began a today round of meetings opponents of the party state Robert geared to be having difficulty mustering the majority of the state Central committee needed to oust hulls future was expected to come up at meetings of the executive Board and county men although the final if will come at the Central committee meeting the executive Board of the state federation of democratic women clubs set the stage for the confrontation on Vietnam with a Resolution passed Friday night praising president John sons policy of fortitude and Thurston county democrats voted a Resolution opposing further escalation of military operations in Vietnam and urging the administration to cooperate with internationally constituted bodies working for both resolutions will fore the Central the revolt against a Tell is based largely on the Contention of his critics that he has not been Good at raising Charles 4th congressional District democratic has reported that 11 of the 12 county chairmen in his District Are opposed to Kulli continuance in the state chair Man the Central committee have no provision Tot recall of the suspension of the rules would require Tir thirds Kull was elected test april after Frank Keller resigned As state chairman to accept a eral Kulls term would normally run until support the Levy vote t paid or Liy the c i i r n c r Good schools Paul cd largest horse in the world Harry retired had part evening news photo Harry Legear looks Back to Days of giant horse Sequim Harry re tired after nearly a lifetime of was at one time part owner of the worlds largest Legear was one of five Bro thers in the Legear Medicine company of he started out in but Between 1905 and 1910 took leave of with his the company moved to Louis from manufactured Medicine for live Stock and the horse was purchased to use As an Advertis ing and was shown at fairs across the he was transported in a padded the accompanying picture was taken from a poster put out by the Legear the legend reads the above portrait is an exact likeness of the largest known horse in the a Beautiful dapple Seal Brown Percheron 21 hands perfectly de and absolutely he required a 33 Inch coh strand was 16 feet in length from tip to this horse wore a number 10 shoe and weighed note Legear says he tried and tried to feed the horse extra to put on another five and get him up to a ton and a he was foaled and raised on farm in the and was valued at pronounced by veterinarians and horse experts to be the great est horse that Ever be was owned by Legear Medicine Louis manufacturers of leg ears live poultry and dog Prescript Harry leg ears older was head of the Panr Ai a younger later became head of the business he and Harry Are the Only ones still Gunness Book of world rec ords shows largest horse Legear weighing pounds standing 7 feet Mea Suring 16 feet from nose to was a Brown Percheron gelding that died in 1919 at the age of immediate action on planning urged by town building inspector Sequim Ted civil Engineer and town building in was guest speaker at the Seoul Dungeness Valley chamber of Commerce Day he talked on the need for comprehensive planning for these Quim and proposed an East end and town of Seq Ulm mint and planning committee to work in conjunction with Lam county he pointed out the need for a master plan for the we have 12 residential ments within four Miles of Sequim and five in he most of these ments Are dispersed and without consideration for future common problems which will arise even if All developments comply with current these problems will be mainly adequate sewage surface building and plumbing sections and refuse new members welcomed by Rotor ions Sequim James manager of Western and Dewey retired Oral surgeon from were welcomed As new members when Seq Ulm rotary met both Are former Backman is a past Dent from guests at the meeting were Robert Walters of Battelle Owen Wright and Joe guest speaker was George who is living at the Reed mansion on the Gra Smarsh the Reeds answered an and in England which brought them to he told of pre sent conditions in and of his life there and in Australia the club voted to entertain several rotary sponsored mate finnish students who Veling in 508 in May and statistics indicate 90 per cent of those who need care Are outside the Advance planning and action must Start immediately to re solve these anticipated future he suggested a committee composed of local citizens with desirable qualifications should be organized to discuss and made studies of these problems and make recommendations to town or county visitors at chamber meeting were Robert Walters of Battelle Northwest Marine re search Laboratory Robert skin who moved Here last june from and Paul new retirees from de and Larry Winters of port the chamber voted to Send Don to a conference of chamber Mana Gers and officers in Portland to attend a session of brochure Larry Winters Anno ced he will be representing the Washington Council of the Square dance group activities Sequim Twenty teenagers of the Sequim swingers met 30 at Lukes Parish graduation was held for Viola Patty Pam Greene and Elaine who have had the required number of lessons in Square some of the group attended a Square dance at Silverdale 27 hosted by the Kitsap kor the swings Are planning to attend an exhibition dance in Canada the first week in anyone interested in joining and taking lessons May Start within the next two the next class will Start about Fly Northwest travel ton at a 10day travel show in Chicago starting he feed to see that Sequim brochures were distributed if made after lengthy discussion the chamber voted that letters of in Quiry to the after be ing answered by the would be left in a file at the Sequim office of the evening and be available to All members of the Joy representing Seq Ulm brought up the problem of no facilities for people who come in on the late and suggested there should be a waiting room with Telephone and rest rooms members reported this had been worked on in the past with out Success and the Secretary was instructed to again write to the bus the North olympic chamber of Commerce will meet in port Angeles 2 d Rose pruning demonstration scheduled Sequim Andrew county Extension will give 4 demonstration on pruning roses for the program at Seq Ulm Prairie Garden club the club meets at 11 for its business with Cheon and program boy scouts schedule activities Sequim Robert boy scout committeeman for troop gives the following program arranged for the troop for the month of trooper Warren Mcdanold of the Washington state patrol will talk to the scouts 6 on talons to break the and How to Cope with Ben Levine will give a program on the value of Good manners at the 13 Leslie retired investigator from the department of immigration and a will speak on a the troop will go the Louis Gaston Home 27 for a pro Gram on use of the Telescope and study of the plans Are being made for the troop and its new the Sequim to get together March 12 with a top film and program on 61 1967 there were some 000 registered nurses in the state of tamed High fashions come into the wilds this Spring with r k left fashion news is found in this Young dress of 94 Rayon and 6 White Jabot bib gives contrast to the and puts a cuff on the other colors Black and Toast with right Breeze through the Spring season in r is costume of 100 a Stripe jacket with bold Button Over a slim belted skim Mer with Bocolor colors

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