Hans Remembers- News Headlines from Tuesday July 1, 1969.
- At Caernarvon Castle in Whales Queen Elizabeth II places the coronet on the head of her son Charles -in the formal investiture of United Kingdom’s Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales. The event was televised live to not only British viewers but to half a billion views in the United States and the British Commonwealth. Who would have thought that 50 years later- Charles Philip Arthur George would still be Prince and not King. Queen Elizabeth is 93, remember The Queen Mom lived to 101. He may still be in for a wait.
- In Memphis, Tennessee an end of an era as Sam Phillips sells Sun Records Studio.
- John Lennon and Yoko Ono were involved in a car crash in Scotland. John, Yoko and Yoko’s daughter Kyoko were rushed to the hospital with minor injuries. In London sessions begin without John on what would be The Beatles Abbey Road album. Paul was the only Beatles present- working on the song “You Never Give Me Your Money.”