From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
Dec. 2, 1962: Washington — With the danger of nuclear war over Cuba receding into the past, relations between the United States and Russia are sliding back into the familiar patterns of bickering, stalling, propaganda, distrust and frustration. The hope for great and lasting gains for world peace that developed among administration leaders a month ago — in the immediate after math of the Cuban crisis — is still a living hope, but that’s about all that can be said for it.
Dec. 2, 1987: This week began with prime Santa Fe property ready for the tax collector’s auction block, but, as in previous years, last-hour payments are shrinking the auctioneer’s list. Property for which taxes have not been paid for four consecutive years is auctioned annually in each of the state’s counties by the state Taxation and Revenue Department. “Sometimes people don’t believe the state will do this,” said Santa Fe County Treasurer Rosina Martinez.