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There are eleven more ads today, from the August 2-8, 1997 issue of TV Guide Magazine and from August 2-6, 1997 issues of The Blade, plus three Random Pages gallery additions starting with a Monday, 8/4/97 Blade Peach Section story by Chris Borrelli, "Channel Wars: Who Broke the Jeep Story?" (related to this 7/31/97 full-page ad). Next is a Monday, 8/4/97 TV Guide page with a half-page close-up for the premieres of two late night shows, The Keenen Ivory Wayans Show and Vibe (Chris Spencer), plus some 10:35-11:00 pm listings. There's also a Thursday, 8/7/97 Blade Peach Section story, "WBUZ Sues to Limit Stern Broadcasts." There's one addition to the ABC gallery, a Monday, 8/4/97 full-page TV Guide ad for Politically Incorrect (Bill Maher). There's also one addition to the CBS gallery, a Wednesday, 8/6/97 full-page TV Guide ad and close-up description for the special Country Fest '97. There are two additions (both Blade ads) to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery, a Monday, 8/4/97 ad for Biography (Sylvester Stallone), and a Wednesday, 8/6/97 half-page ad (It's the first step...). The ad is a little hard to read so here is what is says: "In keeping Jeep, Toledo has passed the first milestone in our bebirth as a home for industry. Labor, government, and the people of the Toledo area have shown the world that we are a team that's starting a winning streak. We have the quality workforce, determination, and transportation to put Toledo on the top of the list of preferred sites for industry. High fives, pats on the back, and attaboys are all in order as we congratualte the men and women who worked so hard to keep Jeep here where it belongs. But remember, this is just the beginning of a new age for Toledo, and we're taking the first step." There's one addition to the ToledoVision 5 gallery, a Saturday, 8/2/97 ad for an "everybody dubba!" contest. There are four additions (all TV Guide ads) to the Vintage Cable Ads gallery starting with a Saturday, 8/2/97 ad for Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra (Tia, Tamera & Tahj Mowrey) on the Disney Channel. Next is a Sunday, 8/3/97 full-page ad and close-up description for the premiere of Showtime's Fast Track, "Beckett's Return" (Keith Carradine, Brandy Ledford), followed by another 8/3/97 full-page ad and close-up description for USA's Sunday night line-up of Pacific Blue, "Inside Straight," Silk Stalkings, "Silent Witness," La Femme Nikita, "War" (Peta Wilson) and The Big Easy, "Night Music." There's also a Thursday, 8/7/97 full-page ad and close-up description for the HBO special, Garth Live From Central Park (Garth Brooks). Today's last two ads are additions to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a Sunday, 8/3/97 full-page ad for The Blade Classified ads, followed by a Thursday, 8/7/97 full-page TV Guide ad for Hills (Try these hits on for size!...Spice Girls, Pam Tillis, The Wallflowers and Aerosmith CDs). More August 1997 ads from the August 9-15, 1997 issue of TV Guide Magazine and from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...