50 Years Ago – August 16, 2018

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August 29, 1968 The Winters City Planning Commission met last night to consider a request of the Post Office Department to grant a variance to erect a new post office at the northwest corner of First and Russell streets. The trustees of the Winters Fire District are in the process of purchasing the fire station on Abbey Street from the retired fire chief, Francis McGarr. The 1968-69 budget calls for the expenditure of $24,000 for land and $12,300 for structures and improvements. Ralph McCutcheon arrived home from Vietnam last Friday and left the following morning for Washington, D.C. The 86th birthday anniversary of Mrs. W. I. Baker was observed Monday and Tuesday of last week when his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Baker of San Francisco hosted a trip to Lake Tahoe in honor of the occasion. Barbara Mae Holmes, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holmes, was one of about 900 students who will receive degrees from the University of Colorado at summer commencement exercises Saturday at Boulder. Registration of bicycles will begin Tuesday, September 3, and continue throughout the month of September, according to Police Chief Richard Washabaugh. The license fee is $2 for a two year period. Miss Julie Rae Clark, the bride-elect of Karl Chulick, was honored last Wednesday night, August 21 at a miscellaneous bridal shower at the home of Mrs. J. Tom Taylor. Miss Annette Ramos, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Ramos observed her fifth birthday at a party held recently at her home.]]>

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