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June 13, 1968 Congressman Robert L. Leggett was advised this an week by Postmaster General W. Marvin Watson ofa new post office facility is being planned for Winters.

The Yolo County Planning Commission, meeting in Woodland last week, approved a use permit for the development of campsites on a 29-acre site on both sides of the State Highway 128, one-half mile downstream from the Monticello Dam. The property is owned by Sam Sii

vey.

A Hunter Safety Class instructed by Richard Dozier and John H. Griffin will be held at Waggoner School’s double room July 1, 2, and 3, beginning at 7 p.m.

With a reported price of $150 per ton, canners were busy this week, along with dry yards and frozen food processors, in picking up apricots in the area. There is an estimated 7,000 to 8,000 tons of local apricots available to the processors.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mariani are the proud parents of a son, Mark, born on Monday, June 10, 1968, in the Woodland Memorial Hospital.

The total enrollment for the ninth month in the Winters schools was 1222 this year as compared to 1262 for the same month the last year.

Harold Robert Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Anderson of this city, was awarded a Bachelor of Foreign Trade degree by the American Institute for Foreign Trade, Phoenix, Arizona, at commencement exercises May ti 26. He is a graduate of California Polytechnic College, San Luis Obispo.

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