The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 24, 1969 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 24, 1969
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Page 5 8- ' Movies For Th is Week THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 12 MIDNIGHT O — "Three Hours to Kill." Same as today's 10:30 a.m. O movie. Tuesday 9:00 A.M. ©—"Sentimental Journey" (1946), with Maureen 6'Hnra and John Payne. A stage slar adopts a nine-year- old girl, hoping to add to her husband's happiness. 10:30 AM. O— "First Love" (1939), -with Deanna Durbin and Robert Slack. - A Cinderella- Prince Charming story with Deanna getting her first screen kiss from Robert. . 4:30 P.M. O— "Lydia Railcy" (1952). with .Dale Robertson and Anne Francis. An adventurous lawyer leads the savage rebellion against the forces of Napoleon in 1802. 8:30 P.M. fB — "In Name Only" (TV Movie},' with Michael Callan and Ann Prentis. Two •marriage consultants attempt to correct an illegal marriage. 9:00 P.M. O— "Rosie" (1967), with Sandra Dee'and Roslind Russell. Recently widowed Rosebud Lord decides to put a halt to her grieving and (start living to the fullest with. the millions of dollars left by her husband. 12 MIDNIGHT O — ' Love." Same as today's a.m. O movie. 'First 10:30 Wednesday 9:00 A.M. O— "Good Sam" il948). with Gary Coope; - and Ann Sheridan. Sam is ;n incurable "-good Samaritan' who always ends up in trouble. 10:30 A.M. O— "Criss Cross" (1948). j^lh Burt Lancaster and Yvonne DeCarlo. Two men commit a robbery and then double cross each other. 4:30 P.M. 1 O— "Fox Fire" (1955). with Jeff Chandler and Jane Russell. A socialite marries a Western mining engineer. 10:00 P.M. QD — "B < a c h -Blanket Bingo*' (19651, jv it h o 'Fr?nkie Avalon and Annette Funicclo. 'The Bench . Kaiifi" takes up sky diving. 12 MIDNIGHT O — "Criss Cross." Same as today's 10:30. a.m. O movie. Thursday 10:30 A.M. O— "Case Against Brooklyn" (1958), with Darrin McGavin and Bobby Helm. A rookie cop attempts to single-, handedly break a gambling • syndicate. 1:00 P.M. O— "Mr. Magoo In The King's Service." 4:00 P.. O — "Shine On Harvest Moon" (1944), with* Ann Sheridan and Jack CarsonA 9:00 P.M. O — "Rio Conchos" (1964), with Richard Boone and Stuart Whitman. Four men are sent by the U.S. Cavalry to recover 2,000 rifles, which-might be-sold to the Apaches. 12 MIDNIGHT O — "Case Against Brooklyn." Same as today's 10:30 a.m. O movie. Friday - 9:00 A.M.. O— "There's Al­ ways Tomorrow" (1956), with Barbara Stanwyck and Fred McMurray. A married man, ' feeling - neglected, turns to a former sweetheart. 10:30 A.M. O — "Birds Do If (1966), with Soupy Sales and Tab Hunter. A janitor becomes inoized and is able to fly like a bird." 4:30 P.M. O— "Appointment With Danger" (1951), with Alan Ladd and Phyllis Calver. A secret agent sets out to stop a mail robbery. 9:00 P.M. O— "Fancy Pants" (1950), with Bob , Hope and Lucille Ball. A gentlemen's gentleman. sets out to bring culture to the town of Big Squaw. 11:30 P.M. O — "Friendly Persuasion"' il956), with Gary Cooper and Dorothy McGuire. Southern Indiana Quaker family resists the call to arms during the Civil War. 12 MIDNIGHT Q — "Glass Wall" (1953), with Vitorio Gassman and Gloria Graham. 1:00 A.M. O — "Spider Woman" (1944), with Basil Rathbone and Nigel . Bruce. Holmes versus a murderess MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1969 who employes spiders |to'kill her. victims. Saturday 2:00 P.M. O— "Ma and Pa Kettle Go To Town" | (1950), with Percy-Kilbride and Marjorie Main. A gangster persuades Pa to deliver a black-. bag to New York. 3:00 P.M. O— "Best of the Bandmea" (1951), with Robert Ryan and Claire. Trevor. An outlaw leader surrenders to the law to clear his name. 3:30 P.M. Q— "The Rawhide Years" (1956), with Tony Curtis and Coleen Miller. A becomes a (fugitive when he is implicated in a riverboat murder. J 9:00 P.M. O— "Journey to S h i 1 o h" (1968), with 1 James Caan and Brenda ScotU 11:00 P.M. O— "Old Fashion Way" (1934), wilrj W. C. Fields. 11:30 P.M. O— "The Phantom of the Opera" f 1962 1. wiih Herbert Lorn. Paper's Comment On Haynsworth's Defeat By United Press International. Editorial comment on the Senate's refusal to confirm President Nixon's appointment of Judge Clement F. Haynsworth. Jr. to the U.S. Supreme Court. — The New York Time's: The Senate's refusal : . . .is for President Nixon a political setback of stunning proportions. Ironically the President could have averted the debacle if he. had seen fit, as this newspaper and others suggested, to withdraw the nomination .... Judge: Haynsworth would: have been spared a needless humiliation and the Senate would not have felt driven to mix ideological and political considerations with its constitutional duty to advise and consent. — The Chicago Sun-Times: The Senate performed • an umplea'sant but necessary task in rejecting the nomination we hope that another occasion never occurs. This can be , avoided immediately if President Nixon ; avoids using the . court's vacancy to build his political support" in the South •and places first .priority, on finding a nominee of eminent legal credentials and unquestionable ethical background. — The. Pittsburgh PostGazette: President Nixon has .suffered a severe setback in the Senate's rejection . -. . had "Judge Haynsworth's conservative judicial philosphy been the only issue involved, the Senate would probably have confirmed' him, as' it had earlier confirmed Judge Warren E, Burger to be'chief justice. In his next nomination for the Supreme Court, President N 'ixr' on had better be' sure the staff work on the prospective appointee is better than on this one. — The New Orleans TimesPicayune: Coming on the heels of Republican victories at the -polls in New Jersey.. and Virginia, the. 55 to" 45 vote against the appointment was a great surprise. Critics of Judge .Haynsworth's ' record, on the basis of their public statements, didn't expect | their margin of. I victory to be large . . . when President. Nixon chooses another appointee early in 1970 we hope that he will be a man of impeccable background capable of rising above party and partisan labels. — The Philadelphia Inquirer: Politically, the administration may not have - lost as much'as many of its opponents could wish. The President, after all, did his determined best to gain. confirmation-^for Haynsworth, and his steadfastness in this respect -may prove a political plus for. him: Arid there is that seat still to be filled by his appointment. . . - discount prices for Pepperidge Farm STUFFING MIX Rainbo Croutons STUFFING MIX

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