Feb. 8, 1956

One week after a blizzard forced closure of its runway, Clovis Air Force Base was expecting the arrival of two new snow plows. … Stanley Pawol was offering free pickup and delivery of prescription medicine. The phone number was 3451. … Clovis residents were warned that city officials were preparing a list of those delinquent in paying for sewer and garbage services. Those who did not pay up would be reported to the city attorney. … The Clovis News-Journal cost a nickel on week days, 10 cents on Sundays.