Lyndon Baines Johnson, US president 1963-1969, was better known as 'LBJ.' Back in the the summer of 1966, LBJ visited Maine. He flew in to the Brunswick Naval Air Base, then traveled by car to Lewiston, where he spoke in front of 12,000 people at Kennedy Park. On the way, the entourage stopped in Topsham for an ice cream at Dairy Queen. Shortly thereafter, the store painted in bright big white letters on their red roof, 'LBJ ATE HERE.'