Fifty years ago this morning in the Madera Tribune newsroom Barbara Brown, Tribune staff writer, was stunned by the sound of bells ringing on the paper’s United Press International teletype.
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I was sitting near the front of Mrs. Mastin’s freshman Biology class at Madera High. It was nearing 11 in the morning and she was talking to us about dissecting frogs sometime in the future.
There was nothing remarkable about the day. I had been sitting in one of the most boring classes that I ever attended in college, just watching the clock. It was Nov.
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