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The past 100 years, October 12, 2018

October 13, 2018

From the Santa Fe New Mexican:

Oct. 12, 1918: No Action Taken Yet Toward Closing Churches And Schools

Meanwhile Large Number of Cases of Influenza Exists in City; One Physician Reported to Be Treating Fifty-Two Cases; To Discuss Matter Monday.

Also on Oct. 12, 1918:

Daughter Of Mr. Fall Victim Of Fatal Influenza

Death Follows Quickly on That of Only Son of U.S. Senator

ANOTHER NOW AT POINT OF DEATH

Oct. 12, 1993: The answer is “No.”

Santa Fe Mayor Sam Pick announced Monday he will not seek re-election to a third consecutive four-year term.

“I was sad in 1978 when I didn’t run because I truly felt there was more that I could do,” Pick said of his first term as mayor, a two-year appointment that began in 1976. “But I truly feel that now I’ve done all that I can do. I don’t have any regrets at all.”

Pick, who was elected mayor in 1986 and again in 1990, has been dogged for several weeks with questions from the media and others about whether he intended to run again. Pick’s answers were confusing.

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