October 31, 2011: Exercising is Fun

I added twenty more ads today from October and November 1962 plus one Random Pages gallery addition, a Monday, 11/5/62 "On the Beam" column by Ray Oviatt titled, "Father, Son Radio Rivals," which was about Art Barrie working at WSPD and his son Art Lynn (Art Barrie, Jr.) working at WOHO. There are seven ads in the Channel 11 gallery including a Friday, 10/26/62 ad for NBC's Hallmark Hall of Fame "Teahouse of the August Moon" (John Forsythe, David Wayne, Miyoshi Umeki, Paul Ford). There are six more for movies on The Big Show, Night Owl Theater and Hollywood Spectacular. First is a Monday, 10/29/62 ad for "Along the Great Divide," "That Forsyte Woman" (Errol Flynn, Greer Garson) and "The Storm Rider" (Scott Brady) and a Tuesday, 10/30/62 ad for "Bannerline" (Keefe Brasselle, Lionel Barrymore) and "The Affairs of Dobie Gillis" (Debbie Reynolds). Next is a Wednesday, 10/31/62 ad for "Gunfighters" (Randolph Scott) and "The Marauders" (Dan Duryea) and a Thursday, 11/1/62 ad for "The West Point Story" (James Cagney) and "Tarzan and His Mate." There's also a Friday, 11/2/62 ad for "The Bad and the Beautiful" (Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner) and a Saturday, 11/3/62 ad for "The Enforcer" (Humphrey Bogart). There are three more channel 11 ads in the News/Special Reports Ads gallery, a Wednesday, 10/17/62 ad for Series One "A Place to Live," another 10/17/62 ad for a ninth district congressional candidates debate between Thomas L. Ashley and Martin A. Janis, and a Sunday, 10/28/62 ad for another debate between those two and one for State Senate candidates John Connors, Jr. and Frazier Reams, Jr. There are nine ads in the Channel 13 gallery. There's a Tuesday, 10/16/62 ad for the series premiere of ABC's McHale's Navy "An Ensign for McHale" (Ernest Borgnine) which was aired on WSPD-TV on a five-day delay because channel 13 showed the syndicated King Of Diamonds in it's scheduled time slot on Thursdays. Next is a Wednesday, 10/17/62 ad for a special report on the Fermi Atomic Power Plant on NBC's Today Show. There's also a Monday, 10/29/62 ad for Deadline, The Rebel and Warren Guthrie and the News, and a Tuesday, 10/30/62 ad for Ed Allen Time, "Barbary Coast Gent" on The Morning Movie and "Stallion Road" on Matinee Theater. Next is a Wednesday, 10/31/62 ad for Deadline, Wyatt Earp "The Man Who Lied" and Warren Guthrie and the News and a Thursday, 11/1/62 ad for Wanted: Dead or Alive (Steve McQueen), King of Diamonds "The Uncivil Servant" (Broderick Crawford) and Warren Guthrie and the News and Local Scene (Jim Rudes). There's a Friday, 11/2/62 ad for Ripcord, M Squad "Murder in C Sharp Minor" (Lee Marvin) and "The Bribe" on Weekend Spectacular (Robert Taylor) and a Saturday, 11/3/62 ad for three more movies, "Flying Fortress" on Matinee Theater, "Arizona" on Masterpiece Theater and "State Secret" on Weekend Spectacular. The last one is a Monday, 11/5/62 ad for Deadline featuring News Behind the News (Jim Uebelhart), The Rebel (Nick Adams) and Local Scene (Jim Rudes). The last of today's ads is in the Other Vintage ads gallery. It's a Friday, 11/2/62 Toledo Edison ad reminding people to vote. You can still check out the Halloween gallery and of course, more vintage ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...