May 26, 2013: The Judge and Louie are Moving


I added ten more ads today, from December 1984 and January 1985, plus three more Random Pages gallery additions from Peach Sections of The Blade. There's a Tuesday, 12/4/84 story, “Toledo Television Stations Losing Key Personalities,” about Diane Larson, John Gillespie and Terry Thill. Next is a Friday, 1/18/85 story, “Lone Ranger Swaps Shades For His Mask” which includes an AP photo of Clayton Moore. There are also two Tuesday, 1/22/85 stories, “Jane Aldrich Gets Anchor Position At Channel 24” which also includes other items, and “Channel 30 Starts Cinema.” There's also There are two additions to the Channel 13 gallery, including a Tuesday, 1/8/85 ad for The People's Court and Taxi (the two shows swapped time slots). There's also a Wednesday, 1/9/85 TV13 ad for The Jefferson Awards. There's one addition to the Channel 24 News gallery, a Monday, 1/21/85 ad for new anchor, Jane Aldrich. There are five additions to the PBS gallery, all for channel 30, including three more Winter Festival ads. There's a Tuesday, 12/4/84 ad for Glen Miller: A Moonlight Serenade, a Friday, 12/7/84 ad for Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, and a Saturday, 12/8/84 ad for five movies (Classic Cagney...Unforgettable Bogie). The films shown were “Captains of the Clouds,” “Public Enemy,” “Angels with Dirty Faces,” “The Maltese Falcon” and “Chain Lightning.” There's also a Tuesday, 1/1/85 ad for Air Force One: The Planes and the Presidents, narrated by James Stewart. There's also a Wednesday, 1/16/85 ad for In Search of Excellence (Why are the Golden Arches Always in the Black?). There's one addition to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery, a Sunday, 12/9/84 ad for About Your Health, “Saving the Blue Babies” on Community Cablevision Channel 10-B. Today's last ad is an addition to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Friday, 1/18/85 ad (Your Blade Subscription brings the World of Television Information Into Your Home), similar the these two ads. February1984 ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...