FROM SAND ROCK TO
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Sand Rock's own Kay Lawrence
She is now on her way to Brazil, as chief research assistant to Mr. Mark Williams, head of the Marine Biology Institute, which is funded by California University. They will be conducting research in the coastal city of Manaos.
Congratulations, Kay Lawrence!
A TALE OF TWO PRESIDENTS:
The United States and Yugoslavia Greet New Leaders
|TRUMAN'S ENERGY LEGACY
Harry S Truman became President after the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt on April 12, 1945. It was Truman who chose to bring a rapid end to the World War by ordering the detonation of atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Our atomic research continued after the end of the war, and on January 7 of this year Truman announced that we had developed the hydrogen bomb, which is much more powerful than the ones used on Japan.
|THE UFO PHENOMENA
| ENTERTAINMENT NEWS|
January brings an important new play on Broadway and the death of a music icon
|MORE LOCAL NEWS
Among new arrivals in Sand Rock is astronomer John Putnam, who has taken the old Campbell place on the edge of town.
Our local playwright, Frank Daylon, has written a new play which will be produced by the Bradbury Community Theater. It's the touching story of the travails of a lineman for the county. Frank has drawn on his twenty years of experience as a lineman to create this fine work. Don't miss it!
The Sand Rock high school football team carried away all honors at the recent championship game. There's no beating Sand Rock high for athletics or educational excellence.