April 15, 2011: Prescription for Progress

I added 20 more ads today, from March and April 1965. There are nine in the Channel 11 gallery including a Thursday, 4/1/64 ad for the special, Prescription for Progress: The Revolution in Our Hospitals, and a Saturday, 4/3/65 ad for the CBS series Secret Agent "The Battle of the Camera" (Patrick McGoohan). There are seven more for movies on The Big Show, Friday Night at the Movies, Hollywood Spectacular, The One O'Clock Movie and Night Owl Theater. There's a Wednesday, 3/24/65 ad for "Sword of the Conquerer" (Jack Palance), a Thursday, 3/25/65 ad for "It Came From Beyond Space," a Friday, 3/26/65 ad for "Somebody Up There Likes Me" (Paul Newman) and a Saturday, 3/27/65 ad for "Night People" (Gregory Peck). There's also a Monday, 3/29/65 ad for "Beware, My Lovely" (Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino), "How to Mary a Millionaire" and "Ten Wanted Men" (Randolph Scott), a Tuesday, 3/30/65 ad for "On the Threshold of Space" and a Friday, 4/2/65 ad for "Forbidden Planet" (Walter Pigeon, Anne Francis). There are nine more in the Channel 13 gallery including a Tuesday, 3/23/65 ad for Death Valley Days "Graydon's Charge" (Ken Curtis, Lyle Bettger) and eight more for movies on Movietime 13, The Friday Night Movie and The Saturday Night Movie. There's a Monday, 3/22/65 ad for "Bomba and the Killer Leopard" (Johnny Sheffield), a Tuesday, 3/23/65 ad for "The Beast with 1,000,000 Eyes," a Wednesday, 3/24/65 ad for "Bomba and the Lost Volcano" and a Thursday, 3/25/65 ad for "30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock" (Lou Costello, Dorothy Provine). There's also a Friday, 3/26/65 ad for "Deep Six" (Alan Ladd, William Bendix, Joey Bishop), a Saturday, 3/27/65 ad for "Where the Hot Wind Blows" (Marcello Mastroianni, Gina Lollobrigida), a Monday 3/29/65 ad for "The Spider" and a Tuesday, 3/30/65 ad for "Shotgun" (Sterling Hayden). There's also one in the NET gallery, a Monday, 3/2/65 WGTE-TV 30 ad for Three Faces of Cuba (Fidel Castro). Today's last ad is in the Other Vintage ads gallery, a 3/23/65 ad for Motorola Color TVs at DeVeaux Television and Appliance. More vintage ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...