From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
Nov. 23, 1912: Four of the sturdy Taos Indians, wrapped in their ancient and gorgeous blankets, gave a brilliant dash of color to the Laughlin Building as they wended their way to the offices of Francis C. Wilson. The Indians came down here to give testimony in a case involving the ownership of the Antonio Martinez Grant, in which the Pueblo de Taos is interested. One of the Indians was gray-haired and looked like a centenarian. They chatted gaily in their own language but said little in English, which they spoke quite well.
Nov. 23, 1962: State Health Director Stanley Leland seems to be living up to the medical profession’s reputation of being uneasy hospital patients. It’s reliably reported that the doctor had hardly hit the bed at St. Vincent Hospital to recuperate from a heart attack before he diagnosed his own recovery powers. He’s been demanding five minutes for “visitors” every hour. Turns out — the way the story goes — that Leland was using these visiting periods to call in staff members and give instructions for running the health department. It’s told that the doctor’s doctor got wind of his hurry-up approach to healing the heart and is now forcing Leland to take it easy.
Nov. 23, 1987: Officials of the New Mexico Probation and Parole Department today will review bids for the first state-funded electronic surveillance system to monitor felons confined to their homes. The system will monitor 30 felons under intensive supervision by Farmington Probation and Parole House Arrest Program and the community corrections program.