On the Cover
Dean Jones and Yvette Mimieux, "two of Hollywood's brightest young
stars," slated to appear in the 1967 Disney release Monkeys Go Home.
- Ten children representing countries bordering on the world's major
seas and oceans, pour samples of their native waters into the Seven
Seaways of It's a Small World. During the dedication, Walt
Disney will add a sample of Disneyland's Rivers of America from an old gunny
- Walt receives two special awards:
the Commander's Cross of the Order of Dannebrog--the oldest
order in the world--from the Danish Ambassador to the U.S.,
and a gold medallion from the American Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).
- In the 11 years Disneyland has been in
operation, its retail store staff has grown from 45 people
than 500 buyers, salespeople, artists and other
- The Disneyland band is led by conductor
Vesey Walker, who stayed with Disney well beyond the two
week stint he was originally hired for in 1955 (Walker
retired in 1970 and was named a Disney Legend in 2005--Tim).
- In a movie premiere
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.,
starring Dick Van Dyke, debuts aboard a commissioned U.S.
fighting ship, the carrier U.S.S. Kitty Hawk.
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