Greetings again, Tarzan2,
I was so focused on Canada that I failed to see your remark "Need
Canadian or World Headlines for June 9th 1970"
Here are some events that took place on June 9, 1970 which may or may
not have been covered in Canada or globally. I've placed two
asterisks by the ones that may qualify.
Barbra Streisand hosts a fundraiser for Democratic Congressional
candidate Bella Abzug
**"For a time the FTC rocked in the winds; then President Nixon urged
the American Bar Association to undertake an independent investigation
of the FTC. The Bar Associations report painted conclusions even
more dismal than the Nader team had presented. Mr. Dixon resigned.
When, under the new leadership of Casper W. Weinberger, reforms began
taking place within the FTC, the New York Times announced the fact
this way in a front-page headline (June 9, 1970)"
June 4-17, 1970: Carol Burnett headlines at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.
**June 9, 1970 Argentine milt junta under lt-gen Lanusse drives out
June 9, 1970 Bob Dylan given honorary Doctorate of Music at Princeton U
June 9, 1970 Harry A Blackmun, sworn in as Supreme Court Justice
**On June 9, 1970, Rifai and Arafat signed an agreement conciliatory
to the fedayeen.
**The first Chess game between space and earth
was played on June 9, 1970 by the Soyez-9 crew.
On June 9, 1970, Willie Horton hit three homers against the Brewers.
**Draft Order: Expansion Buffalo and Vancouver made the first two
picks, with Buffalo winning a "wheel of fortune" spin for the first
pick on June 9, 1970
**On June 9, 1970, Buffalo took part in games of chance with the
league?s other new club, the Vancouver Canucks, to determine selection
order for the expansion
Aladdin Pallante, violinist and pianist featured on the Lawrence Welk
Show, passed away on June 9, 1970.
**Pontos ship fire: "On June 9, 1970, after the Pontos had cleared the
Panama Canal and her course set for Japan, the crew noticed fire on
top of the pile of turnings at the after port area. They used small
amounts of water from the ships fire lines and attempted to remove
some of the cargo and replace it with cold turnings. Captain Carlsen
was asked by the fire officers if he had heard any explosions when
they used the water. He said that they had heard "popping noises".
The same area burned again on the 10th. and was extinguished. No
fires occurred on the 11th and 12th. The hold still remained open.
Temperatures taken on the 9th of June and thereafter reached 260 F."
**A treaty signed by Ethiopia and Kenya on June 9, 1970, determines
the present-day boundary and abrogates all previous boundary treaties
between the two states.
June 9 "news headlines" 1970
"June 9 1970" headlines
"on June 9 1970"
ENTERTAINER INFO FROM COMMENTS SECTION PREVIOUSLY POSTED
The Juno Music Awards archives only reference the following categories
for 1970 ? I?ve included two years of nominations in case the
nomination in 1971 was for the year 1970:
Best female vocalist
Nomination 1970 - Ginette Reno
Nomination year 1971 - Anne Murray
Best male vocalist
Nomination year 1970 ? Andy Kim
Nomination year 1971 ? Gordon Lightfoot
Best country female artist
Nomination year 1970 ? Dianne Leigh
Nomination year 1971 ? Myrna Lorrie
Best country group or duo
Nomination years 1970 and 1971 ? The Mercey Brothers
Country male artist
Nomination year 1970 ? Tommy Hunter
Nomination year 1971 ? Stompin? Tom Connors
Nomination years 1970 and 1971 ? The Guess Who
Folk singer 1971 ? Bruce Cockburn
(no 1970 nominations)
To reference these awards, please search the Juno archive at
CANADIAN HEADLINES FOR JUNE 9, 1970
I was unable to find any of these on the Internet. A trip to a local
newspaper for a physical search of their archive will probably result
in your answer on this one.
SEARCH STRATEGY: Google.com and Google.ca
Canada "entertainer of the year" timeline 1970
Juno "entertainer of the year" 1970
RPM "Gold Leaf Award" 1970 [former name of Juno Awards]
Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences 1970 entertainer
Canadian recording industry awards 1970
Canadian timeline June 9, 1970
Canadian headlines June 9, 1970
[also searched variants of the latter two]
OTHER SITES THAT MAY BE OF INTEREST:
Juno Awards history