From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
Feb. 16, 1913: The civic department of the Santa Fe Woman’s Club held a most instructive meeting Tuesday in the assembly room of the Palace of the Governors. Mrs. Jacob Weltmer read a paper on “Pure Food” that will be of great value to all housekeepers. In the paper, Mrs. Weltmer explained the value, or rather lack of value, of the words: “Guaranteed under the pure food and drug act,” in as much as she said there were regulations under which impure foods could comply with the letter of the law.
Feb. 16, 1988: Most pickup trucks were excluded from a bill approved Sunday by the state Senate that would require pickup drivers and their passengers to wear seat belts. The bill would apply only to trucks with engines of more than 750 horsepower — three to seven times the horsepower of most light trucks. The Senate amendment was the second blow in two days to attempts to expand the state’s mandatory seat-belt law to pickups. The current law applies to drivers and passengers in automobiles and to children in all vehicles. The House of Representatives on Saturday killed a similar seat-belt bill.