Today we have a myriad of choices when it comes to watching movies or shows in the comfort of your home (via all of the streaming services, cable, over the airwaves, etc.). But sixty years ago, it was very simple to decide what to watch: you had your choice of channels 3, 5 or 8. (No UHF channels like 43 or 61 yet).
And that's what we find on this TV page from the Lorain Journal of Saturday, November 3, 1962. (Click on it for a readable view.)
|I have custody of that afghan on the sofa|