August 29, 2012: It's Working For You

 

I added sixteen more ads today, all from January 1978, plus two more Random Pages gallery additions, from Peach Sections of The Blade. There's a Thursday, 1/12/78 story from The Blade's Washington Bureau, “Public TV And Radio In Toledo Are Granted $80,000 By HEW” and a Friday, 1/13/78 story, “Happy Days & Laverne-Shirley Top Local Ratings, But Ch. 11 Sweeps Regular, News Shows.” There's one addition to the Channel 11 gallery, a Saturday, 1/7/78 ad for a Bowling Green vs. Toledo basketball game from Anderson Arena. There's one more in the Channel 11 News gallery, a Wednesday, 1/25/78 ad, another one for their mini-cams. There are two additions to the the Channel 13 gallery, a Wednesday, 1/25/78 ad for a Toledo Rockets vs. Miami Redskins basketball game at Centennial Hall and a Thursday, 1/26/78 ad for the syndicated special, The Family...and Other Living Things. There's one more channel 13 ad in the News/Special Reports Ads gallery, a Saturday, 1/14/78 ad for 13 Reports, with Sheller-Globe's Chester Devenow and Toledo Trust's G.W. Haigh. Frank Venner and David Drury were panelists and Chase Clements moderated. There are six additional channel 30 ads in the PBS gallery, including a Tuesday, 1/13/78 ad for The Edelin Conviction and a Monday, 1/9/78 ad for the National Geographic Special, “The Legacy of L.S.B. Leakey.” There's also a Wednesday, 1/18/78 ad for channel 30 shows, Roundtable, with Jude Aubrey, Nova, “Blueprints in the Bloodstream,” Great Performances, “Merce Cunningham,” Equal Justice Under Law, “Gibbons vs. Ogden,” Portrait of a Nurse, “A Portrait of Jamie” and The Dick Cavett Show, and FM 91.3 shows, The Jazz Artist, Boston Symphony Orchestra andNachtmusik (Evening Serenade). Next is a Thursday, 1/19/78 ad for FM 91.3 shows, The Jazz Artist, The Thursday Night Opera and Nachtmusik, and channel 30 shows, The Search for the Nile, Only Then Regale My Eyes, Equal Justice Under Law, “The Trial of Aaron Burr,” and Masterpiece Theatre, “I, Claudius: Fool's Luck.” There's also a Thursday, 1/26/78 ad for channel 30 shows, The Search for the Nile, The Advocates. “Should Public Institutions Be Permitted to Give Preferential Treatment To Minorities in Hiring and Admissions,” Masterpiece Theatre, “I, Claudius”and The Dick Cavett Show and FM 91.3 shows, The Jazz Artist, The Thursday Night Opera and Nachtmusik. And there's a Tuesday, 1/31/78 ad for channel 30 shows, The MacNeil / Lehrer Report, Once Upon a Classic, “What Katy Did,” Live From Lincoln Center, “Coppelia,” Diamond Rivers, and The Dick Cavett Show, “The California Way of Life” and FM 91.3 shows, The Jazz Artist, Library of Congress Chamber Music and International Concert Hall. There are five additions to the Other Vintage ads gallery, including a Friday, 1/13/78 ad for The Ground Round, where you could watch the Super Bowl on their Videobeam movie-size TV. Next is a Saturday, 1/14/78 ad for Toledo Edison, followed by a Monday, 1/16/78 ad for The Ad Works (Can you listen to the William Tell Overture without thinking about you-know-who?). There's also a Sunday, 1/22/78 ad for Kellogg's / Amtrak and a Friday, 1/27/78 ad for Kewpee Restaurants. Febuary 1978 ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...