Monday, November 2, 1959

Appleton Post Crescent

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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin mmm at arid Ark at and playing) Last Train from Gun Hill at ana The Best of Everything at Rialto, Last Train from Gun Hill at The Beat Generation at Vaudette, playing) The Rabbit Trap at The Disciple at Ja'y Hawkers at 3 p.m., and Counterplot at Television Schedules WBAY-TV, Channel 2, Green'Bay Mondmy p. M. the.World .Turns v Feature Hardy Weather Edwards Texan Best Thomas Sothern Allyson Show News. Sports Patrol Theater A. M. Time News Line Kangaroo the Go Love Lucy Bride of Life for Tomorrow Light Show Tueidajr P. M. Better or Worse Party Millionaire Verdict Is Yours Brighter Day Storm of Night the World Turns Choice Draw McGraw Hardy Weather Edwards Tell the Truth O'Keefe Show Gillis Skelton Moore News. ''Sports Confidential Theater WFRV-TV, Channel 5, Green Bay Show Stooges Weather News Diamond 4 Marriage of Fargo Gunn Allen Weather. Sports Script Paar News. Sports Tuesday A. M. Class- room Re Mi Hunt Personality Show Ghost Stooges Weather News Price Is Right Tac Dough Could be You of Riley Tuesday P. M. Arden for a Day Thin Man Dr. Malone Script These Roots Paar on High News Street Sports McGee and Molly Murray Raid- ers Weather. Sports WTMJ-TV, Channel 4, Milwaukee Monday P. M. Time Theater News Picture Assign- ment Richard Diamond Confidential of Wells Fargo Gunn Theater Allen Weatherman Could be You in 1111- waukee Paar Headlines Tuesday A. M. Class- room New In the'Kitchen Hunt is Right Tac Dough Could be You Tuesday P. M. for a Day Parade World These Roots on High Street Personal- ity Colnik Theater tcr News Picture Asslgn- ment Canyon McGee and Molly Murray Time Trooper Weatherman Town in Mil- waukee Paar Headlines WSAU-TV, Channel 1, Wausau Monday P. M. Bozo the' Clown Anne Oakley Sports. "News. Weather News TBA Real McCoys Loretta Young Danny Thomas Ann Sothern Zanc Grey Theater Weather News Sports Peter Gunn Spotlite Derby Tuesday A. M. Kangaroo the Go Hunt Is Right of Life Could be You Merry Go Round Tuesday P. M. Better or Worse Party Allen Look and Listen Storm of Night the Clown Forest Edwards My Line Earp Gilles O'Keefe Heports- News, .Sports Confidential Spotlite WLUK, Channel 11, Marinette Monday P. M. V _ Band- stand Tin Tin News. Sports Street Beat in Paradise Sports Show Tuesday A. M. Living Ward Theater Tom and His Friends P. M. Gun That Book Bingo 11 Kitch- en in Court Storm the Clock Do You Trust? -Band- stand and Sit Friends News. Sports Earp Marlowe Talking Newi. Sports Show WISN-TV, Channel 12, Milwaukee Monday P. M. Band- stand Three Stooges Tin Tin and His Pals Street Beat In Paradise Service Weather Watch Tuesday A. M. Time Room 12 Angle Little Margie Tuesday P. M. Gun That Bob Bingo Allen in Court Storm the Clock Do You Band- stand Draw McGraw Tin Tin and His Earp Rifleman Marlowe Venture Weather Watch Irish Dramatist Mends His Ways, Sober While in London BY DENOTES NEELD London Brendan Be- ben came back to town a changed man. He stone cold sober. It was fully 20 minutes after the rumpled, roly-poly Irish playwright steamed into grimy Euston station before he uttered his first oath. And at least 25 minutes before he downed his first drink. "To bellowed Be- han as he raised his glass in a Piccadilly bar. "Success to added his wife, Beatrice. "He has been off the gargle for a week or she said. "He's been very good. I don't think he will cause quite the same sensations this time. At any rate, I'm here to keep an eye on him." Took the Cure Behan, who left a Dublin hospital two months ago after his second drink cure in 12 months, looked fitter than he has in yeSrs. Last time he was in London, in July, he set the town ablaze. At his play, "The he heckled the actors, did a jig on the stage and shouted "idi- ots" at the audience. At the height of the monumental binge, he was hauled into court on a charge of drunken- ness. Discusses New Play The rumbustious Irishman swallowed a dozen mussels washed them down with soup carved his way through J steak, drank a glass of red wine and talked about his next play. "It's called 'The Cata- he said. "It will bring Dublin's underworld IS YOUR TELEVISION OR RADIO SET LISTED HERE 'Motorola DuMont -RCA Corhoa General Electric Halficrofrcn H to, to h service. Co" vt when ft next needs attention. We've eorfplere Technical and tjt- 27 Qttier bron'dt, too So 5; tii SPAPERf