What was happening way back in 1967? Here's a quick summary to remind us:
Biafra succeeded from Nigeria.
Israeli and Arab forces fought the Six Day War
China exploded their first H-Bomb
Race riots in Detroit
Thurgood Marshall was sworn in to Supreme Court
Lyndon B. Johnson was president
Astronauts Grissom, White and Chaffee died in test launch accident
Surveyor III softlanded on the moon
Soviet Soyuz I was launced, Vladimir Komarov lost in flight
First class stamps cost 5 cents (up 25% from 4 cents)
Green Bay defeated Kansas City in the SuperBowl 35-10
The Cardinals beat the Red Sox in the World Series (4-3)
The Philadelphia 76ers beat the SF Warriors in the NBA Championship
It was Toronto over Montreal in the Stanley Cup
Billy Jean King defeated A. Jones and John Newcombe beat W. Bungert at Wimbledon
Proud Clarion won the Kentucky Derby
NCAA basketball champs: UCLA
NCAA football Champs: USC
Congress created PBS
Rolling Stone magazine was introduced, as was New York Magazine
New Movies: The Graduate, Bonnie and Clyde, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, In the Heat of the Night, Cool Hand Luke
Best Picture: A Man for All Seasons
Beatles released "Sargent Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
Jimi Hendrix recorded "Purple Haze"
Grammy awards: Frank Sinatra's "Strangers in the Night"
IBM created the first "Floppy Disk"
Nokia was founded
GPS was invented
Intel Corporation was founded
Pulsars were discovered
First human heart transplant was performed by Christiaan Barnard
Spencer Tracy, Woody Guthrie, Alice B. Toklas, John Coltrane, Che Guevara and Langston Hughes all died
The Tonight Show was shortened from 105 to 90 minutes
The Newlywed Game premiered
Adam Clayton Powell was expelled from the U.S. House of Representatives
First Boeing 737 was built
Expo 67 opened in Montreal
Elvis married Priscilla
Mickey Mantle hit his 500th homer
Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood debuted on NET (now PBS)
Evel Knievel jumped 16 cars
The Who opened for Herman's Hermits for U.S. tour
Jimi Hendrix quit as opening act for The Monkeys
Final TV episode of "The Fugitive"
Last broadcast of "What's My Line"
"MIssion Impossible" premiered on TV
"Hair" premiered on Broadway
Class of 1967 graduated from Ballard High School