June 6, 2012: Admit One

 

I added sixteen more ads today, from September and October, 1975, plus six more Random Pages gallery additions, from Peach Sections of the Blade. There's a Wednesday, 9/17/75 story by Norman Dresser, “Ch. 30, TU Combining For Series,” about Studies in a Contemporary Director: The Films of Ingmar Bergman. Next are two Thursday, 9/18/75 stories, the first one by David Reed, “Jamie Farr Likes Celebrity Status” and the second one, “TU Station To Broadcast 'Old-Time' Radio, about WERC broadcasting radio programs from the '30s and '40s. There's also a Friday, 9/19/75 Dresser story, “WTUU Going To All-News,” a Monday, 9/22/75 story, “Difficulties Halt Football Telecast” and a Thursday, 10/2/75 story, “CBS To Drop Its Ties With Detroit's WJR.” There are four ads in the Channel 11 gallery, including a Wednesday, 9/17/75 ad for The Brady Bunch (Florence Henderson), Name That Tune (Tom Kennnedy), and CBS prime-time shows, Tony Orlando and Dawn, Cannon, “The Deadly Conspiracy” (William Conrad) and Kate McShane, “Terror on Sycamore Street” (Anne Meara). Next is a Thursday, 9/18/75 ad for The Brady Bunch (Robert Reed), Wild Kingdom (Marlin Perkins), The Waltons, “The Genius” (Richard Thomas) and “Red Sun” on The CBS Thursday Night Movies (Charles Bronson). There's also a Monday, 9/22/75 ad for a contest involving The Brady Bunch epsiode, “The Cincinnati Kids” (at King's Island) and a Thursday, 10/2/75 ad for the Xerox sponsored CBS Movie, “Fear On Trial” (George C, Scott, William Devane). There's just one ad in the Channel 13 gallery, a Friday, 9/19/75 ad for Sanford and Son, “Divorce, Sanford Style” (Redd Foxx, Demond Wilson), Chico and the Man, “This Hallowed Ground” (Jack Albertson, Freddie Prinze), The Rockford Files, “The Farnsworth Strategem” (James Garner) and Police Woman, “The Score” (Angie Dickinson). There are five in the Buckeye Channel 5 gallery, four for movies. First is a Thursday, 9/18/75 ad for “Road to Denver,” “Penny Serenade,” “Maverick Queen” and “Battle of Rogue River” followed by a Friday, 9/19/75 ad for “Rio Grande,” “Champion,” “It's a Wonderful Life” and “From the Earth to the Moon.” Next is a Thursday, 9/25/75 ad for “Operation Petticoat,” “A Man Alone,” “Fighter Attack” and “The Americano” and a Friday, 9/26/75 ad for “Flat Top,” “Cyborg,” “Bang, Bang, You're Dead” and “Shark.” There's also a Friday, 9/26/75 ad for CableSystem Sunday Football on Channel 5, where Saturday Michigan and Ohio State games were replayed on Sundays. There are four ads in the Radio Station Ads gallery, including a Friday, 9/19/75 ad for Green Up Tips on WCWA, with Secor Landscape's Art and Shirl Landseadel. There are three more for WOHO. There's a Thursday, 9/25/72 ad for the Good Guys, Craig Edwards, Bernie Quayle, and Ron Sobczak, a Monday, 9/29/75 ad for their Supercash contest, and a Thursday, 10/2/75 ad for Lamont McLoughlin's 5PM Newswatch. Today's last two ads are in the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Wednesday, 9/17/75 ad for Excedrin (David Janssen) and a Thursday, 9/18/75 ad for Hickory Farms. More October 1975 ads, from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...