50 Years Ago – September 20, 2018

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October 10, 1968 Cadet Ric Kelly graduated with 114 men from the California Highway Patrol Academy in Sacramento, Thursday, October 3. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly of Winters, and will be assigned to patrol duties in Southern Califor Winters Police Chief Richard Washabaugh said yesterday that 278 bicycles had been registered in Winters under the new ordinance. Deadline for registering bicycles is next Tuesday, October 15. Ray F. Sears, a member of the Winters Fire Department from 1941 to 1968, was honored with a retirement dinner by the fire department at the Winters Fire Hall Saturday evening. Mayor Ed Neel presented Mr. Sears with an engraved watch with his name on it and the years he served in the department At the meeting of the Winters Recreation Commission held in the Winters High School library conference room Tuesday afternoon, it was reported that there were 14,091 swimming pool admissions during the summer. John Martinez, of Route 1, Box 245, Winters, reported to the Yolo County sheriff’s office last Thursday that someone took 750 pounds of almonds from his hulling shed. Mary Alice Alarcon celebrated her “Quinceanera” (15th birthday) on Sunday, September 29, at a 60clock reception at Sam’s Club, with 14 Damas and Chamberlane Eduardo Trujillo and his 14 Chamberlanes. The Rio Vista Rams football team defeated Winters High Warriors by a score of 28 to 0 in a game played in Rio Vista Friday night.]]>

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