Feb. 18, 1954: The Portales Tribune: On Tuesday, Mrs. Alvin Click began her new duties with KICA after being a news broadcaster with KENM for many months, and gave a news program at 12:45. The studio was moved to the second floor of the Cal Boykin Hotel.
Feb. 13, 1959: The Portales News-Tribune: Births: Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Burney of Baileyboro, Texas, were the parents of a daughter, Bonita Kay, who was born Feb. 8 at Roosevelt General Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces.
Feb. 11, 1954: The Portales Tribune: According to Mrs. Lacy Armstrong, car and truck license sales were slightly ahead of this time last year. Approximately 2,000 car licenses and 800 truck and pickup licenses had been issued to date.
Today’s focus: Mrs. A Household members: 3 Children: 1 Special circumstance: Mr. and Mrs. A just moved to Clovis due to Mr. A losing his job in another state with high unemployment. Her holiday hope: To have enough for good Christmas. Clothing needs: Pants and shirts size 12 and shoes size 3 1/2 girls. Toys […]
Today’s focus: Mrs. T Household members: 4 Children: 2 Special circumstance: Mrs. T’s husband has been out of work since September due to an injury and had surgery in October. Her holiday hope: For her children to have gifts. Clothing needs: Pants size 16 boys, shirt size XL boys and shoe size 8 mens; pants […]
Today’s focus: Ms. W Household members: 4 Children: 2 Special circumstance: Ms. W. has a child who has been sick and she had to quit her job to care for the child, but she has now started back to work. Her holiday hope: Wants to have a great Christmas. Clothing needs: Shirt and pants size […]
Today’s Focus: Miss S Household members: 2 Children: 1 Special circumstance: Miss S is having a hard time paying bills because she has been under a doctor’s care and has had some big medical issues. Her holiday hope: Wants to have fun with her child. Clothing needs: Girls shirt and pants size 2-3 toddler, and […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Friday briefing. Music, music, music… The first concert for the new Eastern New Mexico Children’s Choir is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday in Eastern New Mexico University’s Music Building. Information: Kathi Fraze at 562-2377. Question of the day What do you believe is true even though […]
Dec. 19, 1941: The Portales Daily News: Two more radiograms arrived from Roosevelt County men serving with the Army in the Philippines. One message was from Carl Stirman to Mrs. J.H. Bond, and the other from Vernon to Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Ginnings, assuring their families they were all right.
Today’s focus: Mr. and Mrs. S. Household members: 5 Children: 3 Special circumstance: Mr. S is having a hard time finding full time work, since his wife Mrs. S has cancer and needs transportation to doctor visits. They are having a hard time paying bills. Their holiday hope: They want the best for their children […]