Medford Mail Tribune from Medford, Oregon on October 23, 1960 · Page 8
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HEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, ORE. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1960 Comididlotes Get Chomice to Meet Voters 8 A, I ' ' J2 V j fj . i ' Large crowd meets candidates personally while lipping coffee larved by Med-if ford 20-30 Active dub. v A'',t 1 '? : Congressman Charles O. Porter explain! point to fourth diitrict constituent! - 4,-1 . t V 1 League's Fair Is Considered Success By Local Officials . Candidates, even with modern facilities of mass communication, still prefer to meet voters personally, according to many of the comments received by the Medford League of Women Voters following Thursday night's candidates fair. Mrs. Alice Rutter, the League's voter service committee chairman who handled arrangements for the event, said Saturday many of the candidates expressed appreciation for the opportunity of meeting the voters personally. Many of the candidates, she said, commented that they acknowledged the possibilities of reaching thousands of people through television, radio and the newspapers, but still felt there is no substitute for meeting the voters personally. Offer Opportunity The candidates fairs - there were three in three nights last week - offer this oppor tunity to all candidates, Mrs Rutter noted. The Grants Pass League sponsored a fair there Wednesday night, the Medford fair was Thursday night, and candidates for na tional and state offices attend ed a similar fair in Eugene Friday night. Mrs. Rutter said the Medford League considered the fair, which was held at Hcd- rick Junior High school, a success, and expressed appre-elation to organizations which assisted the League in staging the program and coffee session in the cafeteria. The estimated 800 attend ing the fair heard Congressman Charles O. Porter, who is seeking reelection, and his Republican opponent, Dr. Edwin H. Durno, Medford, de bate the question of the role of a congressman in foreign affairs. Another Highlight Another highlight of the fair was the discussion of talks with Russia between Mrs. Maurine Neuberger, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, and Ex-Gov. Elmo Smith, Republican candidate for the Senate. Candidates for state representative from Jackson county and all county office candidates also attended the fair. In many cases it was the first time many of the candidates from either of the major political parties had met on a common stage. Following the program in the gymnasium in which each candidates was given a ' certain number of minutes in which to present his qualifications and in some cases his policies, candidates were given space in the cafeteria where they could meet voters personally. While coffee was being served by members of the Medford 20-30 Active club, candidates discussed Issues, argued points and talked with voters to clarify stands or policies. 3pTs till Mra. Maurine Neuberger (peaks to some 800 people about negotiations with Russians with United Nations flags serving as backdrop. j?enHMNMMM0eaasMeMMHMHaMHHeMnwM x j-""' ' ' h'1 i ' . ,!mm Fred GratenKathy Foley, David Doty, Richard Traylor and Jack Reavis, left to right, provided music at the Candidates Fair under the direction of Ronald Barilett of Hedrick Junior High. ' 1 :y fA:FX3) AMu I II 1 1 id Dr, Edwin R. Durno, Medford, discusses points of the campaign with Jackson county voters. District Attorney Thomas Reeder discusses political scene with Mrs. H. P. Bos-worth, left, and Mrs. Willis Scott. $98,971 Worth of Savings Bond Sold ' Jackson county residents purchased $98,971 worth of E and H savings bonds during September, according to Morris B. Leonard Sr., county bond chairman. Leonard said that ' state wide total sales for the month were $2,439,957 raising total Oregon sales during the nine-month period to $28,318,605. Salem - IUPD - The State Department of Agriculture plans action to close loopholes in state regulations on bread pan sizes. rjTf 2h MM Hi Back to the tole DIHECTOH: tHEODOE H. I KRVC 1350 KC 12:30 P.M. 1 Monday thru Saturday Children To Collect For Emergency Fund A hew slant on the traditional Halloween "Trick or Treat" program will be practiced for the second time this year. Tried on a limited basis before, children knocking on doors and saying "trick or treat" will have, with them boxes for donations to the United Nations International Childrens' Emergency Fund. Aided by volunteer mothers, the money will be col lected by the children and given to the United Nations through the First National Bank of Medford which has volunteered its services in the program. To encourage the children, a movie starring Danny Kaye and titled "Assignment Children," is now making the rounds of county schools. The movie shows how UNICEF, the children's fund, operates in 34 different countries to aid needy children. The film was sponsored by members of the Medford chapter of the Oregon United Nations association, by friends WANTED! WANTED! PoUntlil tarnfngi of up to $800.00 par month. Ponon to dolivor confections to rttail outlets car necessary work from own homo jqt or oiporitnco no factor Part timt OK. Absoluttly NO SELLING. Accounts furnished by Company. Approximately $1200 cash invtstmtnt necessary. WRITE BOX 6839-D, MAIL TRIBUNE of the United Nations, and by several contributing local service clubs. Students from Medford High school speech classes, and from Southern Oregon college give talks along with the film showings. Student body organizations at the var ious schools have voted to con tribute to UNICEF at every school where the film has been shown. Woman Arraigned On Larceny Charge Lennie Suthcrlin, 40, of 1014 South Third st., Jacksonville, . entered a plea of innocent to a charge of petty larceny in district court Thursday. Mrs. Sutherlin was taken into custody by Medford police yesterday after she was allegedly seen shoplifting some yardage goods from J. J Newberry's department store. Harvey Milton Williams. manager of the store signed a citizens arrest complaint and police took Mrs. Sutherlin into custody. Judge E. Roy Bashaw set bail at $150 and set Dec. 13 as the trial date. Mrs. .Suth erlin is represented by At torney E. A. Piazza. BLEACHES FLOUR Chlorine dioxide is an efficient flour bleacher.- JACKSON COUNTY HEEDS QUALIFIED OFFICIALS Keep a Good Man on the Job! RE-ELECT Ray J. SCHUMACHER Democrat COUNTY ASSESSOR Paid by Jackson County Democratic Central Committee, Sec. Harel Me-Mahan, P.O. 1223, Medford, Ore. DDDarjDi inn fytra mm GOLD BOND STAMPS 0 FABERFUELCO. UU FREE WITH ANY PURCHASE f OF FUEL OIL AT U 609 So. Fir SP 2-4449 3 Nam.. SM Address.. ran HQ TMi Off.t mini Nov. 6h. 1960 Jackson County ROLLA-RENA "Guess What" the Roller Rink Is Now OPEN! P . O. Box 37 - Phoenix, Oregon 3404 South Pacific Highway GIVE US A NAME! S 100 Prixe To Be Awarded A Child under 16 in Jackson County for the Name Selected From This Contest. Judged by Jr. Chamber of Com. GENERAL ADMISSION Evening Admission 75c Saturday Morning 35c Saturday Afternoon 50c Saturday Evening :.0 ...75c Professional Instructors SPECTATORS - PARENTS of CHILD - With Ticket ADMITTED FREE SKATE TONIGHT 7 O'CLOCK Dress neallyl No Jeans or levis except Sat, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 0 LIVE ORGAN MUSIC by JERRY MILLER On The Hammond NEW SOUND SYSTEM O . MOST MODERN RINK IN SOUTHERN OREGON Dddddodd qd a

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