Lyndon Baines Johnson was elected to a four-year presidential term in his own right Tuesday (American time) Japanese time Wednesday which was expected here.
H.L.S. A big scoreboard of the U.S. Presidential elections showing results of progress.
On the blackboard, a man writes minute-by-minute numbers of voters.
Those who look at the board by press-women.
Electric sign news English describe Johnson's landslide victory.
City is illuminated.
Japanese language electric sign reports Johnson's victory.
Johnson's victory was described on the blackboard in the window.
Those who look at the signboard eagerly.
Youngmen watch the blackboard.
Exterior where hundreds of people watch the scoreboard showing Johnson's victory.
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Background: Lyndon Baines Johnson was elected to a four-year presidential term in his own right Tuesday (American time) Japanese time Wednesday which was expected here. A large scoreboard was installed in the main dining room of foreign correspondent club of Japan to follow the U.S. Presidential elections. Latest results of the elections were supplied directly by tale-type sof PA,UP and Reuters and other scoreboard displayed at the Hibiya Junction, one of the most busiest street in Tokyo attracted attention of the passer-by and hundreds of people covering young and old boys and girls watch the result of the election. Electric sign news reports Johnson's victory both English and Japanese. Pedestrians watch minute by-minute returns of the election. LBJ victory was welcomed in Japan.