It’s October 13, 1975 and it's APRA Night at Disneyland! The Automotive Parts Rebuilders Association had their own "special party" from 4:00pm to 11:00pm. October 13, 1975 was Monday so was the park closed for the day and just opened for this event? Or was it like last week at Disneyland where the park closed at 6:00pm for “regular” guests and the parties were held afterwards? Was this party even "private" and did the APRA have then entire park to themselves or did they share their “special party" with other organizations?
The usual legal disclaimers on the back. Oh, this ticket also included parking!
How about a lovely Vacationland from the Summer of 1975? At the risk of sounding like a broken record, “This is a super edition of Vacationland.” It really is, just look at the cover! This is how I remember “It’s a small world”. This issue is in Mint condition, with the exception of the “Jack N’ Jill Motel” stamp, which in my book just enhances it.
Oh my! I’m setting my Time Machine to the Summer of 1975 to checkout a mature yet original Frontierland. What are those rocks and things doing in the photo on the far right? Wasn’t Mineral Hall long gone by 1975?
Snap! Crackle! Boom….. Here's a stellar photo if ever there was one. There’s a neat article that accompanies this picture. Come back on Bonus Sunday for then entire issue, again, it’s a great one!