Evening GÂ«Â»tt*, Sat., Nov. 26, OUR IOARWNG HOUSE ly Major Hooofe Â·ttVST KEfcTME PUCK.'lf IF FOP EVÂ£R WHAT HAPPENED Htf CONVICTED -X/ NlBS'LL HAVE .YCWffe ABOUT tentts aewNo ine TIME*/ ysSSKSrSSSm j/isssj?*1 lysszsssL fWlM WES 3UST TO ADD -I2Z.ASIÂ«OCK6TAL0NAÂ» THAN A CROSS eveo AN'tM NOTHIN NOT N' CONTACT* World Today-Not Good LBJ Year By JAMES MARLOW I In addition, he must try to Associated Press News Analyst "capture his popularity if he _, intends to run again in 1968 with WASHINGTON (AP) - This hope ^ Aiming. A^ he will has not been one of President have the war in Viet Nam ^ his Johnson's best years. His popu Hunt For Hunters LANCASTER, Pa. (AP)--Volunteers were called back today for the third day of a search for two duck hunters and a girl companion missing in the rugged Susquehanna River near here. They disappeared Wednesday after they left Pequea, about 10 miles south of here, to go duck hunting. Their 12-foot outboard motor boat was found later at the Holtwood dam south of Pequea, and their Labrador retriever was found wandering on an island Thursday. Police said 75 to 100 volunteers searched Friday for Anthony Markert, 21, his brother, John, 28, both of Lancaster, and Marta Van Dyke, 21, of Boothwyn. Some combed the rugged hills and wooded islands while others grappled from boats in the water. Miss Van Dyke and Anthony Markert are seniors at West Chester State Teachers College. John Markert is a hardware supplies salesman. Pgh. Playhouse Needs Money PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Playhouse says it needs money quickly or it will have to close. Theodore Hazlett Jr. of the Playhouse's executive board said Friday he is co-chairman of a drive to raise $300,000 by Dec. 10. He said payrolls could not be met past that date with present funds. Hazlett said a dip in box office receipts and membership has caused the Playhouse to lose money over the last seven years. Oldest Japanese Woman Dead 1 WAKAYAMA, Japan (AP) -Mrs. Yoshigiku Ito, reported to be the oldest woman in Japan, died today. She was 110. Hostess Charmers 724 larity went down, his troubles j Thft longer tnis war lasts e \ up, and they will still be staring more the criticism for Johnson,! at him in 1967. ino matter how hard he tries otb-. His performance after his two erwise to win approval. And just recent operations, ignoring!as a starter he has some bruis- 1 doctors* orders to take it easy,!i ng problems immediately could be interpreted as an effort] ahead. to convince anyone who had any] For mstancei no W to handcuff doubts that he is as full of vitality as ever. inflation? Will he ask for a tax increase? Just this week, to re- He will need it all these next; duce government spending, years, which will be quite dif- which is one of ^ demands of ferent from the beginning of critjcis he order ed a $700 mil- 1965 when, still fresh fro has tre-,^ cut a J7 5 ^ cent re d uc . mendous 1964 victory over Sen.' tjon in federally aided highway Barry Goldwater, he was dressed from head to toe in public approval. programs. , Judging from this, he will probably slash right and left in But was he really saturated igovemment s ^ ndl ^ d then in public approval? An ob-i* , *~.. * ..,, vous question surfaces as time j *TM hSc ^ ss 'SltSl ft passes and his populanty dwm-. Almost cprtainlv whatever dies: How much of his huge lÂ«!g^Sefjff^S e?Â£S nedy, New Yoric Democrat, and agmecl Â£**Â· , , . Michigan's Republican Gov. At this moment, looking ahead, his two greatest tasks Speedy Sewing George Romney. But on the wings of the elec- are regaining his popularity and j^ui \sÂ»* *r*n* TÂ» i**Â£,^ vm v*vw ito-nÂ«wiw -- Â·* n*.i tion two years ago, and with ending *Â· Vietnamese war-The great Democratic majorities informer may be just as difficult Congress, Johnson was able to as t " e latter- pass a legislative miracle in, Much of his unpopularity is 1965 in getting so much of his based on personal dislike by "Great Society" p r o g r a m people who never met him but through. 'only watch him on television He may never achieve uch and dislike his mannerisms, ucces again. At the end of 1965 How he is going to change them no prophet was needed to fore- is difficult to imagine, for one see that Johnson couldn't keep thing about Johnson is sure: his up the pace in 1966. The country'field is not in the performing and the government would need, arts, time to digest all that was done "chftop of this, as months become years, Johnson is being criticized as a poor national administrator of some of the vary; ____.,._.,,, ,,_. . -. programs he fought for. PITTSBURGH (AP)-A Bea- Trae, he was a political geni- ver Fa11s moth .% and tson 2 sjrss? the Senate *Â· i^nisrtsi -h But running tire Senate and w ^ in , ds - J L , J L running the vast, rumbling gov- police said the y foufld the two ernment is like the difference 'V'"* in a barn at t h e i r home between a candy store and a yesterday, a 22 caliber pistol department store. near the body of the son. Further, because the 1966 Hospitalized at Presbyterian- elections put more Republicans University Hospital were Ann in Congress, Johnson's abi'ity to Cekovich, about 70, of Beaver make Congress listen will be Falls R.D. 1 and Frank Ceko- restncted, making life tougher vich, 43. for him, even though he is not Police termed the shooting an expected to try a repetition of apparent murder-suicide at- 1965 tempt. Charm everyone with pocket- pretty aprons -- fruit on one, kitten peeping out of other. Make a hit with a hostess -she'll welcome a lovely, new apron. Easy, thrifty to make, simple stitchery. Pattern 724: directions: transfers. Thirty-five cents in coins for each pattern--add 15 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing and special handling. S e n d to Laura Wheeler, Indiana Evening Gazette, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. 1967 SUCCESS' Our new Needlecraft Catalog sparkles w i t h the Best of Everything -- smartest knit, crochet fashions, afghans, quilts, embroidery, toys, gifts. 200 designs, 2 free patterns. Hurry, send 23c. 12 Unique Quilts from famous American museums. Send 50c for Museum Quilt Book No. 2. Value! Quilt Book No. 1 -- 16 complete patterns. 50c. Watch your little girl whiz off to school in this zippy coat and matching kerchief. Make it in rainproof fabric or warm plaid -- it's speedy sewing' Thrifty, too. Printed Pattern 4653: C h i 1- dren's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 Size 6 coat kerchief I 3 /* yds. 45-in. FIFTY CENTS in coins for each pattern -- add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Send to Anne Adams, car of The Indiana Evening Gazette, Pattern Dept, 243 West 17th St, New York, N Y . 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. 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