March 2, 2012: Have We Got a Night for You!

I added 18 more ads today, from August and September, 1972 plus four more Random Pages gallery additions from Peach Sections of The Blade. There's a Wednesday, 8/30/72 story by Norman Dresser, "Eddie Kutz of WSPD Retiring" plus three others, "Danny Thomas on Buckeye Cablevision," "Jerry Lewis Telethon Opens on Sunday Night" and "Phil Donahue Show adds 6 More Outlets." Next is a Saturday, 9/2/72 story, "Public TV Channel 30 Selects E. Dana Cox, Jr. as it's New Vice president, General Manager," followed by a Wednesday, 9/6/72 story, "TU-Tampa Game to be Televised" and a Friday, 9/8/72 story by Norman Dresser, "'Patches and Pockets' Returning," about the return of the local children's show with Bev Schwind and Sue Donner, and another story, "ABC Tops in Olympics Tragedy Coverage." There are two ads in the Channel 11 gallery, a Monday, 9/4/72 ad for the premiere of Not For Women Only (Barbara Walters) and a Tuesday, 9/12/72 ad for the syndicated To Tell the Truth (Garry Moore) and The Price is Right (Dennis James) plus CBS shows, Maude "Maude's Problem" (Bea Arthur), Hawaii Five-0 "Death is a Company Policy" (Jack Lord) and The New CBS Tuesday Night Movies "The Family Rico" (Ben Gazzarra). There are four in the Channel 24 gallery including two for the Jerry Lewis Telethon, a Wednesday, 8/3/72 ad and a Saturday, 9/2/72 ad. There's also a Friday, 9/1/72 ad for The 1972 Summer Olympics on ABC and a Monday, 9/11/72 ad for the syndicated I've Got a Secret (Steve Allen) and ABC shows, The Rookies "Concrete Valley, Neon Sky," The 1972 Summer Olympics and 24's Eleven O'Clock News. There are two in the Buckeye CableVision gallery for their High School Football Game of the Week. There's a Sunday, 9/3/72 ad with a schedule of games for the season and a Friday, 9/8/72 ad for a Whitmer vs. St. Francis game. There are four ads in the Radio Station Ads gallery, three of them for WCWA-AM 1230. There are two for Charlie Frederick's show, a Tuesday, 8/8/72 ad for "Family Finaces" and a Thursday, 8/20/72 ad for "Marriage, an Obsolete Institution," plus a Wednesday, 8/9/72 ad, "Listen to the tooth fairy." There's also a Saturday, 9/9/72 WTTO ad for Battle of the Drummers (Buddy Miles and Ginger Baker) at the Toledo Sports Arena with Nazareth. The other six ads are all in the Other Vintage ads gallery, including two more Southwyck ads, a Thursday, 8/3/72 full-page opening day ad and a Wednesday, 8/23/72 ad for "Free round-trip tickets to the moon." Next is a Thursday, 8/10/72 ad for Richard Chevrolet (Little Richard) and a Wednesday, 8/16/72 ad for Count Basie at Centennial Terrace. There's also a Tuesday, 8/22/72 ad for the 7th Annual German-American Festival at Toledo Raceway Park, and a Saturday, 8/26/72 ad for Yogi Bear, Boo Boo and the Ranger, at Woodville Mall. More Fall 1972 ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...