Today you'll find 20 more ads, all from November, 1969. There are three ads for movies in the Channel 11 gallery, a Friday, 11/7/69 ad for the 11 Friday Night Movie "Something of Value" (Dana Wynter), a Thursday, 11/13/69 ad for CBS Thursday Night Movie "Mister Buddwing" (James Garner) and a Sunday, 11/16/69 ad for "Town Without Pity." There are three more WTOL-TV ads in the News/Special Reports Ads gallery, a Wednesday, 11/12/69 ad for a Don Edwards News/90 three-part report on "Gun Control," a Thursday, 11/13/69 ad for CBS News coverage of the Apollo 12 mission (Walter Cronkite, Walter Schirra) and a Monday, 11/17/69 ad for a Charles Burke News/90 five-part report, "Every Man His Own Censor." There are four in the Channel 13 gallery, including a Wednesday, 11/12/69 ad for four NBC specials, Hey, Hey, Hey, It's Fat Albert, followed by Johnny Carson's Evening of Comedy, followed by Diana Ross and the Supremes, and the Temptations on Broadway and Norman Rockwell's America. There's also another ad for Norman's Rockwell's America (sponsored by Columbia Gas of Ohio), a Thursday, 11/13/69 ad for Thursday Spectacular "Man's Favorite Sport?" (Rock Hudson) and a Tuesday, 11/18/69 ad for The Mike Douglas Show, Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) and What's My Line? (Wally Bruner). There are five more in the Channel 24 gallery. There's a Saturday, 11/8/69 ad for Burke's Law "Who Killed Billy Jo?" (Gene Barry) and a Monday 11/10/69 ad for Ben Casey (Vince Edwards). There's a Tuesday, 11/18/69 ad for ABC Movie of the Week "The Ballad of Andy Crocker" (Lee Majors, Joey Heatherton), a Thursday, 11/20/69 ad for This Is Tom Jones (Johnny Cash, Minnie Pearl) and a Friday, 11/21/69 ad for the Ohio State-Michigan football game, Wide World of Sports and the USC-UCLA football game, all on ABC on Saturday, 11/22/69. There's one more WDHO-TV ad in the News/Special Reports Ads gallery, a Thursday 11/13/69 ad for ABC News coverage of the Apollo 12 mission. There are two WSPD-AM ads in the Radio Station Ads gallery, a Monday, 11/10/69 ad for The Talk of Toledo (Art Barrie, Jerry Keil, Eddie Kutz) and a Friday, 11/21/69 ad for their "Turkey Shoot" promotion. The last of today's ads are in the Other Vintage ads gallery. The first one is a Sunday, 11/9/69 ad for Toledo Raceway Park, which is apparently now on it's way out-of-town, to Youngstown and the last one is a Thursday, 11/20/69 Toledo Blade ad with TV critic Norm Dresser.