Jun 2, Sarah Dickson became the 1st woman Presbyterian elder in US in Cincinnati.
Jun 2, Queen Elizabeth II of Britain was crowned in Westminster Abbey, 16 months after the death of her father, King George VI.
Jun 2, South Africa’s Supreme Court upheld Winnie Mandela’s conviction for kidnapping four young blacks, but said she would not have to serve her five-year prison term.
Jun 2, Imogene Coca (b.1908), co-star with Sid Caesar of the 1950s “Your Show of Shows” TV program, died at age 92 in Westport, Conn.
Jun 2, Monica Lewinsky hired a new defense team, Jacob Stein and Plato Cacheris, replacing William
Jun 2, Kelsey Smith (18) went missing when she went to a Target store in the Overland Park suburb of Kansas City to buy a gift for her boyfriend. On June 6 police found her body in a wooded area near Grandview, Mo., about 20 miles east of the Target store. Edwin R. Hall (26) was arrested shortly after her body was found. In 2008 Hall pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison.
Jun 2, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II arrived at Epsom racecourse to kick off four days of celebrations for her diamond jubilee.