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#16254: NEWS,THE
1969-12-06, , min.
Rolling Stones

300,000 attend Altamont free concert in California featuring the Rolling Stones. Concert is marred by violence and four deaths.   
#16260: NEWS,THE
1969-12-09, , min.
Richard Nixon, William Peers, Archies

President Nixon will make another Vietnam troop withdrawal report before Christmas. Lt.General William Peers testifies before House sub-committee study of My Lai. "Sugar, Sugar" by the Archies a big hit in the United Kingdom.  
#16261: NEWS,THE
1969-12-10, , min.
Mary Jo Kopechne, William Calley

Army conducts study of first My Lai investigation. The first investigation concluded there was no massacre. Pennsylvania judge denies an autopsy on the body of Mary Jo Kopechne. 
#16263: NEWS,THE
1969-12-12, , min.
Spiro Agnew, William Calley, David Mitchell

Vice President Agnew criticizes Democratic Senators for worrying more about their political future than inflation.
Lt. William Calley and Sgt.David Mitchell are charged in My Lai massacre. 
#16265: NEWS,THE
1969-12-14, , min.
Jackson Five, Ec Sullivan

La Strada opens and closes for one performance at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre in New York City. The Jackson Five makes their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.        
#16267: NEWS,THE
1969-12-15, , min.
Bob Hope

US troop levels will be reduced. Bob Hope previews his Christmas show for US troops at the White House.      
#16268: NEWS,THE
1969-12-16, , min.
William Calley

Lt. William  Calley a witness at My Lai massacre hearing. New York City Study about corruption in boxing.
#16272: NEWS,THE
1969-12-18, , min.
Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon

Senator Barry Goldwater back from Vietnam tour, fears troops being pulled out too quickly. President Nixon wants to end US policy in Vietnam.      
#16274A: NEWS,THE
1969-12-22, , min.
votes. Mansfield

100 killed as civilian South Vietnamese DC-6 crashes into schoolhouse. Republicans try to save the Philadelphia Plan to hire more black workers. Senator Mike Mansfield says Senate will stay in session to respond to presidential veteos.                    
#16275A: NEWS,THE
1969-12-23, , min.
Thomas Dodd

Congress adjourns. Senator Thomas Dodd who was censured for using $100,000 in political funds for personal reasons, is not charged by the Justice Department.          
#16276: NEWS,THE
1969-12-24, , min.
Richard Nixon

President Nixon signs law giving the government the right to set interest rates for banks and loan associations. Communists agree on three-day ceasefire for Christmas holidays.
#16277: NEWS,THE
1969-12-27, , min.
Announcer

News events of the day.   
#16280: NEWS,THE
1969-12-29, , min.
Spiro Agnew

Vice President Spiro Agnew begins his Asian tour. 19,000 called into service for February 1970 draft. 
#16283: NEWS,THE
1970-01-02, , min.
Spiro Agnew

Nine persons in Michigan arrested on sports gambling charges. Vice President Agnew continues his Asian tour.     
#16292: NEWS,THE
1970-01-06, , min.
Spiro Agnew, Mary Jo Kopechne

Mary Jo Kopechne inquest. Vice President Agnew visits Kabul, Afghanistan.    
#16293: NEWS,THE
1970-01-07, , min.
Dizzy Dean, Mary Jo Kopechne

Report claims Dizzy Dean placed bet for a friend but made no money. Mary Jo Kopechne inquest allegedly held in secret.       
#16295: NEWS,THE
1970-01-08, , min.
Mary Jo Kopechne

My Lai massacre investigation continues, four are charged. Inquest into Mary Jo Kopechne's death is over.       
#16299: NEWS,THE
1970-01-15, , min.
Martin Luther King

Viet Cong publishes partial list of civilians killed in My Lai massacre. Dr. Martin Luther King Day celebrated.       
#16303: NEWS,THE
1970-01-16, , min.
Richard Nixon

Heavy fighting in Laos, New Jersey police report a 15 million dollar gambling ring smashed. President Nixon to give State of The Union address.      
#16306: NEWS,THE
1970-01-19, , min.
Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, Abe Fortas, G.Harrold Carswell

G. Harrold Carswell presented as nominee for Supreme Court justice by President Nixon to fill seat formerly held by Abe Fortas. Vice President Agnew returns to Washington from Asian tour.              
#16307: NEWS,THE
1970-01-20, , min.
William Calley, G. Harrold Carswell

Opening of pre-trial in case of Lt. William Calley charged in My Lai massacre. G.Harrold Carswell nominated to Supreme Court.              
#16308: NEWS,THE
1970-01-21, , min.
Richard Nixon

President Nixon to give State of The Union address. Health issues associated with birth control pills.    
#16319: NEWS,THE
1970-02-02, , min.
Adam Clayton powell

Chicago 7 trial resumes, Supreme Court turns down Rep. Adam Clayton Powell's request for back pay from the 90th Congress.                   
#16320: NEWS,THE
1970-02-03, , min.
Edward Kennedy

Senator Edward Kennedy proposes changes in the draft law. Kennedy asks for end of deferments except for high school students and hardship cases.      
#16321: NEWS,THE
1970-02-04, , min.
Hugh Scott

Senator Hugh Scott says new enemy attacks extend length of time for US troop withdrawal. New studies claim danger of smoking marijuana.      
#16323: NEWS,THE
1970-02-06, , min.
Lyndon Johnson

Unemployment jumps from 3.5 to 3.9%. Lyndon Johnson talks about Vietnam.          
#16328: NEWS,THE
1970-02-09, , min.
William Calley

My Lai massacre hearings begin in Fort Benning Georgia. McDonnell-Douglas Corporation promises to hire large number of negroes.                  
#16333: NEWS,THE:WORLD THIS WEEK,THE
1970-02-14, , min.
Announcer

A roundup of the week's news from the CBS radio network.          
#16334: NEWS,THE
1970-02-16, , min.
Edmund Muskie, G. Harrold Carswell

G. Harrold Carswell is recommended as the newest justice of the Supreme Court by a 13-4 affirmative vote. Big victory claimed by government south of Danang. Senator Edmund Muskie of Maine announces candidacy for reelection. 
#16341: NEWS,THE
1970-04-01, , min.
Richard Nixon

President Nixon signs a measure banning cigarette advertising on radio and television.  
#16343: NEWS,THE
1970-04-02, , min.
Francis Sargent

Japanese jet hijacked in South Korea, Massachusetts governor Francis Sargent signs bill preventing government from forcing Massachusetts men from fighting an undeclared war in Vietnam.
Supreme Court to rule.
#16346: NEWS,THE
1970-04-04, , min.
Richard Nixon

The 222nd and final episode of the CBS sitcom "Petticoat Junction" airs. 50,000 demonstrators gather in Washington for a pro-war demonstration. The demonstrators protest President Nixon's decision to continue US troop withdrawal. 
#16349: NEWS,THE
1970-04-06, , min.
Mary Jo Kopechne, G.Harrold Carswell

G. Harrold Carswell expected to be approved as Supreme Court Justice. Massachusetts grand jury hears testimony in Mary Jo Kopechne case.
#16352: NEWS,THE
1970-04-08, , min.
G.Harrold Carswell

G.Harrold Carswell Supreme Court confirmation is defeated by a 51-45 vote. North Carolina busing is slowed down by the Justice Department. 
#16354: NEWS,THE
1970-04-10, , min.
Richard Nixon, John Swigert, Thomas Mattingly

Coverage of the Apollo 13 launch. John Swigert replaces Tom Mattingly as crew member. President Nixon refuses to halt troop withdrawals as his joint chief of staff requests.  
#16355: NEWS,THE
1970-04-11, , min.
John Swigert

Live coverage of the Apollo 13 launch.        
#16359: ABC NEWS, CBS,NEWS,THE
1970-04-13, , min.
Jack kervorkian, Hosni Mubarak, Sidney Poitier

This date in history: 1861, At the start of the civil war, Fort Sumter in South Carolina fell to Confederates. 
1870: The Metropolitan Museum  of Art was incorporated in New York. (The museum opened in 1872. 
1964: Sidney Poitier became the first black performer in a leading role to win Academy Award for his performance in "Lillies Of The Field."
1970:Apollo 13 on the way to the moon, was crippled when a liquid oxygen tank burst. (The astronauts managed to return safely).
1992: The great Chicago flood took place as the city's century- old tunnel system and adjacent basements filled with water from the Chicago River. 
1999: Right-to-die advocate Dr.Jack Kevorkian was sentenced in Pontiac, Michigan to 10 to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder in the lethal injection of a Lou Gehrig disease patient. (Kervorkian served eight years.    
2011: Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his two sons were detained for investigation  of corruption, abuse of power and the killing of protesters.   
#16363: NEWS,THE
1970-04-14, , min.
Richard Nixon, Harry Blackmun

Apollo 13 astronauts are fine. President Nixon reported very concerned. Nixon nominates judge Harry Blackmun to Supreme  Court.   
#16364: NEWS,THE
1970-04-15, , min.
Pope Paul VI, Richard Nixon

Apollo 13 reenters earth's gravity, Pope Paul prays for astronauts. President Nixon's Vietnam report delayed due to Apollo 13 emergency.     
#16366: NEWS,THE
1970-04-17, , min.
Richard Nixon, Harry Blackmun

President Nixon to give Vietnam speech. Judge Harry Blackmun admits errors in rulings on companies he held stock in.    
#16372: NEWS,THE
1970-04-21, , min.
Richard Nixon

Over 150,000 US troops pulled out of Vietnam in a year under Nixon administration. Violence at Penn State University over war and racial issues. 
#16373: NEWS,THE
1970-04-21, , min.
John Swigert

Apollo 13 astronauts hold news conference.        
#16375: NEWS,THE
1970-04-22, , min.
Robert Docking

Earth Day rallies around the US. Lake Erie fishing ban lifted. Kansas governor Robert Docking invokes curfew in Lawrence following student violence.   
#16379: NEWS,THE
1970-04-24, , min.
James Lovell, John Swigert

Apollo 14 launch postponed possibly till January, 1971. Astronauts John Swigert and James Lovell express confidence in NASA, despite Apollo 13 failure.    
#16381: NEWS,THE
1970-04-25, , min.
Freda Payne

The play "Park" closes at the John Golden Theatre in New York City after five performances. Freda Payne releases "Band Of Gold."                  
#16382: NEWS,THE
1970-04-27, , min.
Richard Nixon, William Kienast

President Nixon warns Congress against 18 year-old vote law, he says it requires a constitutional amendment. Kienast quintuplets home after two month hospital stay. 
#16383: NEWS,THE
1970-04-28, , min.
William O. Douglas

Congress considering possible impeachment proceedings against Supreme Court justice William O. Douglas. Black and White Mississippi students clash.  
#16389: NEWS,THE
1970-08-04, , min.
Robert Anson, Charles Manson

Charles Manson's judge refuses mistrial motion. Robert Anson, a Time Magazine reporter is reported missing in Cambodia.        
#16396: NEWS,THE
1970-08-07, , min.
Charles Manson, Linda Kasabian

Linda Kasabian continues her testimony at the Charles Manson trial. Three San Rafael, California gunmen capture a judge. Police kill the three gunmen. The judge and prisoner are also killed.       
#16401: NEWS,THE
1970-08-24, , min.
Spiro Agnew, William Calley

Spiro Agnew reports new Jet wing for Korea, William Calley's attorneys request secret My Lai files. 
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