January 4, 2015: M*A*S*H Pals Meet

 

You'll find twelve more ads today, all from July 1996, plus three more Random Pages gallery additions from The B lade, starting with a Monday, 7/1/96 Peach Section story by Chris Borrelli, "Smith Begins Putting His Mark on McCarthy Show" and also includes another item about WTOL's regional Emmy winners. Next is a Thursday, 7/4/96 "Neighbors East" story, "WGTE's Timonere Recipient of Award," followed by a Saturday, 7/6/96 News Section 2 story by Sally Vallongo, "M*A*S*H Pals Meet at Waterville Gallery." The next two ads are related to the "M*A*S*H Pals" story above, an addition to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Monday, 7/1/96 ad for the Fenwick Gallery of Art in Waterville (Meet Radar "O'Reilly from M*A*S*H), and the one addition to the Channel 24 gallery, a Sunday, 7/7/96 ad for The Editors which featured an appearance by Gary Burghoff. There are seven additions to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery, starting with a Monday, 7/1/96 half-page ad for the Golf Channel's coverage of The Jamie Farr Kroger Classic (repeated on TV5), followed by another 7/1/96 ad, for Tour de France coverage on ESPN2. Next is a Tuesday, 7/2/96 ad for The American Revolution on the History Channel, followed by a Thursday, 7/4/96 ad for Pop Goes the Fourth on A&E, and another 7/4/96 ad, for The Three Stooges on the Family Channel (Moe Howard, Larry Fine). There are also two ads for USA, a Friday, 7/5/96 ad for The 50th Anniversary of the Bikini, and a Saturday, 7/6/96 ad for Duckman. There are two additions to the ToledoVision 5 gallery, the first one being a Monday, 7/1/96 ad for tickets to the Wendy's Classic in Columbus, which would air on TV5. There's also a Thursday, 7/4/96 ad for The 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, hosted by Joey Lawrence, with Tia and Tamera Mowry, Walter Cronkite and Kirk Cameron. There's also one other addition to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Monday, 7/8/96 half-page ad for "Food Town Family Fun Day at the Ballpark!" with Toledo hosting Ottawa on July 14. More July 1996 ads, from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...