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Good Times TOP TEN SONGS OF THE YEAR! PRESIDENT’ JOHNSON’S THOUGHTS! 1967 COMARO EXCUSIVE!!! 19671967 MAY EDITION-1967 10 cents ACADEMY AWARD WINNER!!
Top ten songs of 1967 To Sir With Love, Lulu 2. The Letter, Box Tops 3. Ode to Billie Joe, Bobby Gentry 4. Windy, Association 5. I'm a Believer, The Monkees 6. Light My Fire, The Doors 7. Something' Stupid, Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra 8. Happy Together, Turtles 9. Grooving, Young Rascals 10. Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Frankie Valli
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Best selling novel of 1967. The arrangement,tells the story of a seemingly- successful Los Angeles-area advertising executive of Greek-American extraction, who later takes on the name, "Eddie Anderson". Anderson, portrayed by Kirk Douglas is miserable at home with his marriage to his wife, Florence, played by Deborah Kerr, and with his career. He is engaged in a torrid affair with the Faye Dunaway character, co-worker, Gwen, and is forced to re-evaluate his life and its priorities after a failed suicide attempt.
president LYNDON JOHNSON The 36 president of the united states. In the 1960 campaign, Johnson, as John F. Kennedy's running mate, was elected Vice President. On November 22, 1963, when Kennedy was assassinated, Johnson was sworn in as President. The Great Society program became Johnson's agenda for Congress in January 1965: aid to education, attack on disease, Medicare, urban renewal, beautification, conservation, development of depressed regions, a wide-scale fight against poverty, control and prevention of crime and delinquency, removal of obstacles to the right to vote. Congress, at times augmenting or amending, rapidly enacted Johnson's recommendations. Millions of elderly people found succor through the 1965 Medicare amendment to the Social Security Act. President Johnson steadily exerted his influence against segregation and on behalf of law and order, but there was no early solution. The other crisis arose from Viet Nam. Despite Johnson's efforts to end Communist aggression and achieve a settlement, fighting continued. Controversy over the war had become acute by the end of March 1968, when he limited the bombing of North Viet Nam in order to initiate negotiations. At the same time, he startled the world by withdrawing as a candidate for re- election so that he might devote his full efforts, unimpeded by politics, to the quest for peace. When he left office, peace talks were under way; he did not live to see them successful, but died suddenly of a heart attack at his Texas ranch on January 22, 1973.
Spiderman 1967 Spider-Man is an animated television series that ran from September 9, 1967 to June 14, 1970. It was jointly produced in Canada and the United States and was the first animated adaptation of the Spider-Man comic book series, created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko. It first aired on the ABC television network in the United States but went into syndication at the start of the third season. Grantray- Lawrence Animation produced the first season. Seasons 2 and 3 were crafted by producer Ralph Bakshi in New York City. The series revolves around the scientific-minded teenager Peter Parker who, after being bitten by a radioactive spider, develops amazing strength and spider-like powers. He decides to become a crime-fighting, costumed superhero; all the while dealing with his personal problems and the insecurities resulting from being a teenager. Spider-Man risks his life to fight super-powered criminals such as Mysterio and the Green Goblin; however, New York Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson views him as a criminal, and he is continually writing front page headlines declaring him as such.