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News & Economy
President: Lyndon B. Johnson
Vice President: Hubert H. Humphrey

Population: 194,302,963
Life expectancy: 70.2 years

Dow-Jones High: 969
Dow-Jones Low: 867

Cost of a new home: $21,500.00
Cost of a new car: $2,350
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.05
Cost of a gallon of gas: $0.31
Cost of a dozen eggs: $0.53
Cost of a gallon of milk: $0.95
Average Annual Salary: $7,704

News Headlines
Soviet Cosmonaut Leonov First Man To Float In Space
Watts Ghetto Riots Leave 34 Dead
25,000 March On Washington To Protest War
LBJ Stops Bombing And Offers Peace
LBJ Sends 50,000 More Troops To Vietnam
US Forces Authorized To Fight In Vietnam
Sir Winston Churchill, 1874-1965

Sports
Green Bay 23 - Cleveland 12
Boston Celtics over LA Lakers 4-1
LA Dodgers over Minnesota 4-3

Television
1. Bonanza
2. Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.
3. The Lucy Show
4. The Red Skelton Hour
5. Batman (II)

Music
1. Name Game, The - Shirley Ellis
2. Lover's Concerto, A - The Toys
3. This Diamond Ring - Gary Lewis & The Playboys
4. Help Me, Rhonda - The Beach Boys
5. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin - The Righteous Brothers

Movies - Top 5 Movie Money Makers
The Sound of Music -$163,214,286
Doctor Zhivago -$111,722,000
Thunderball -$63,600,000
The Greatest Story Ever Told -$8,000,000
The Sons of Katie Elder -$6,000,000
 

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