Hans Remembers- Wednesday July 8, 1970- 50 Years Ago.
- President Richard Milhous Nixon sent a message to Congress asking for legislation that would bring about “a new era in which the Indian future is determined by Indian acts and Indian decisions.”
- New World Pictures was founded by brothers Roger and Gene Corman. The company would be a producer and distributor of low budget R-rated films. Their first release would be Angels Die Hard starring Tom Baker and William Smith followed by The Student Nurses.
- American singer Beck was born Bek David Campbell in Los Angeles. Since his debut album in 1993 Beck has released 14 albums. His biggest hit was “Loser” #10 in 1994.