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THE NAVAJO TIMES October, 1960
Candidates
The following list cf Candidates
from Apache County will conclude
the NAVAJO TIMLS presentation
01 candidates irom all counties,
and ail states concerning the Na
vajo Reservation. The next issue,
which will be out just before el
ection, we shall try to stress the
importance of voting.
JUDICIAL OFFICES at top of
Ballot:
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT,
Term No. 1
(Expiring the first Monday in
January, 1967)
Lorna E. Lockwood (Vote for
one)
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT,
Term No. 2
(Expiring the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1967)
i
Fred C. Struckmeyer, Jr.
(Vote for one)
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT,
Term No. 3
(Expiring the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1965)
8
Glenn Ginn
Jesse A. Udall (Vote for one)
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT,
Term No. 4
(Expiring the first Monday in
January, 1965)
Renz L. Jennings
Robert 0. Lesher
Porter Murry
Charles Stidham (Vote for one)
TAX COMMISSIONER (Vote for
o n e>
William E. Stanford •
The above is th* same for all
parlies, at top of Official Ballot.
PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES
Democrat
Kennedy
Thomas J. Croaff, Jr.
Daniel Edward Garvey
Ernest W. McFarland
Bawghlie C. Stanford
PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES
Republican
Nixon
Margaret A. Rockwell
Barnett E. Marks
Elizabeth Ann Parkman
PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES
Socialist * Labor
George Horvath
* Wrigno! £. Quillen
Pauline Reynolds
REPRESENTATIVE IN
CONGRESS, Dist. No. 2
Stewart L. Udall Demo.
(Pledged to Recall)
Mac C. Matheson Republican
(Pledged to Recall)
STATE
GOVERNOR
Demo.
Lee Ackerman
Republican
Paul Fannin
SECRETARY OF STATE
Demo Wesley Bolin
Republican
none
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Demo % - Wade Church
Republican
Robert Pickrell
STATE AUDITOR
Demo
Jewell W. (Mrs. Lon) Jordan
Republican
Mis. Norman (Peggy) Hurley
STATE TREASURER
Demo
J. W. Kelly
Republican
John Henley Eversol^
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
Demo
W. W. ‘ Skipper” Dick
Republican
L. W. Hacker
STATE MINE INSPECTOR
Demo R. V. (Roy) Hersey
Republican none
CORPORATION COMMISSION
Demo
George F. Senner, Jr.
Republican
Franklin L. Naylor, Jr.
COUNTY
STATE SENATOR (Vote for two)
Glenn Blansett Demo
J. Morris Richards Demo
Marshall H. FlaV.e Rep.
Almon D. Owens Rep.
COUNTY ATTORNEY
Fred O. Wilson Demo Rep. none
Sheriff
Glen L. Flake Demo
Ray Tankersley Republican
L. Ben Pearson Non-Partisan
COUNTY ASSESSOR
Kenneth (Ken) DeWitt Demo
Republican none
COUNTY RECORDER
Elda R. Probst Demo
Republican none
SUPERINTENDENT OF
SCHOOLS
Margaret S. Porter Demo
Republican none
COUNTY TREASURER
Tony Johnson Demo
Republican none
REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT
NO. 2
Lee F. Dover Demo
Republican none
REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT
NO. 3
Mary Lou Loveland Demo
Augusta T. Larson Republican
SUPERVISOR DISTRICT NO 1
Ben R. Hunt demo
Republican none
SUPERVISOR DISTRICT NO. 2
H. R. Mcllood Demo
W. B. (Bill) Darling Republican
SUPERVISOR DISTRICT NO. 3
Hal Butler Demo
Republican none
No Candidates on Independent
THE BEST FRIEND?
*
THE MAN WHO SERVES YOU BEST
WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED
THE MAN WHO FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS
HAS BEEN A TRUE, HONEST, SINCERE
FRIEND TO THE NAVAJO PEOPLE . ..
WHEN YOU ARE IN GALLUP, YOUR BEST
FRIEND IS NAKAI YAZZIE ! I !
VOTE FOR YOUR DEMOCRATIC
COUNTY CLERK
ERNIE GARCIA
FOR
COUNTY CLERK
j. - - (Paid Pol. Adv.)
Demos Praise »
Gov. John Burroughs, speaking I
at a Navajo District 17 educa- j
tional Democratic rally at Church (
Rock school Saturday inuica«.eu
ae would consider appointment oi
Union Piaieio, Aavajo inuaj coun
cil memoer ana oia-rman o. me
lime s euucauon cuiiuimi.ee m
ine state Doaru or euucu-iuu
si-uuiu a new juu*u*ox uisu.ci tie
iui med.
nuj.il/ugjxs, in luS lain <ti me
lieuij/, piaxseU riaiviu lux mo Vtv.u
*n euucauon diiu Du.u mui i<
Jkiincy anu .SUli uuau Cuull-itj a.c
Cummiieu into an uuuii-vSu<u Ju „r
txOl UldtllCl, 1 htMit Uj- fcju.l 4.. U
ouuiiiuliai Uicaiuci ui uic oiu.u
uucuU Oi Cuutai-vu auu i), uu-.u
C me gical piwu—u.c —a
-•UUU 1 lUiU o .
1 lie aim; uuaiu in tuuv.uu» u <u
un ncvuve k/uuji ii .ui u.. c m-iu
tii n yin cuui m i..c u—-e juu. ...
wavuua hi uic jiu -c.
uiau li.o i
law mat ill a.v Jiu.c n. ou
mujt CvnuiiujiMi, m t-UfUi....,
'uni me xeuciui .uunivu. .a
mate IUiMIUU all t..c kiavujo 1k...
«-•* t UUUII Wail
liO UlUlktU 11k... k. vv k l.ikia*
JU, Ulliumcjl tt«..kj lv o ak.k'll
tul ino VtUiu nil ms. .....ikkii jsn ...^
■ in] *n tne iaot tiiwwksn oi uis iCj'
laioiui e.
X* ui a\j UpUS aicu Cuu< .u*
ueu lOl' Wutci jc»k..up~
riient legislation on me ream v«
uon.

Congressman Joe Moinoya. an
other apoaKer at tne rauy, teiu |
tne Navajos they •'snouia noi icj;
anyone else do vour .ninkmg te<
you. Vote tor the people who will
help you in your case .. -r
those who are your rriends—not
those who come around attei cu
ing nothing and say they art- your
friends.”
Montoya said the small industry
bill which had been introduced in
congress, and winch was -t loret,
to help develop industry on the
reservation, was passed by tne
Democratic congress and teen
twice vetoed oy President Eisen
hower. Montoya said Sen. J o n n
Kennedy, the Democratic candi- 1
date for president, had pledget,
support on the bill in the next
session of congress.
Congressman Thomas Morr>s
said that in the last year c r
gress had appropriated $15,177,660
for Navajo education. ss.2lv,z>
for Navajo roac programs anu
$558,977 for water development
and irrigation on the reservation.
He told the Navajos the land
exchange bill had failed of passage
in the house because it was r. -,
ceived too date for complete study, j
and because there was a question
of the Navajo paying for the land.
Sen. Clinton Anderson further ex
plained that there was also a ques-1
tion of Indians holding allotments 1
and whether they or the tribe
Ticket. ,
THIS INFORMATION FOR
GENERAL ELECTION NOV. 8.
YABAlCHl—
(Continued from Pago 1) I
chai dancers wear oucKsk-u
masks, their bodies are oa*nteu (
white, they wear nouung more i
than a woven kilt that has a *o\ J
tan on the back, me dancers ua-l
uaiiy isavajo moccaskiis.
lfleu' ounce WxxiCU IS bmllaWiiai
suiniai uj me vug-ma rteei is a
very siaiciy anu serious one
since an ounces are ueiu auer
uiiuiugiii One Wuuutia UOW UiC
uaneers scop warm Out uuy
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wn*cn rnuii-s tne on xeuaei sn-vei
even it lie UuS U WUinl COU(, UnU
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Vujc women lane pail 111 lllkS
OallCe inlO ai c iuuuk g-aCeiui.
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snouid nolo utie to me lanu.
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XNCVV IVIUAICO *(,..
Debt to "SCO Uicil Ul*c
nidue avauuuie wnon you WcUu
them. ’
CREDIT CARDS ACCPEIED FOR
* CARTE BLANCHE
AMERICAN EXPRESS
WETHERILL INN
NEW AND MODERN
KAYENTA TRADING POST
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
KAYENTA, ARIZONA PHONEKAYENTA 7-2141
■*3— n
VOTE FOR
George D. AMAYA
EXPERIENCED
CAPABLE—SINCERE
DEMOCRAT
FOR STATE SENATOR
NOV. 8 GENERAL ELECTION
(1) He will work for a Gallup overpass
(2) He will protect your schools
(3) He will protect your state lands
(4) He will protect your State Highways
(5) He will protect State Welfare Funds
(6) He will work to curb juvenile delinquency
(7) He will work to curb high taxes
Si?! su PPart a State Civil Service System
(9) He will not be a rubber stamp
(10) He will render public service—not private
interests
LOCAL SUPPORTERS OF AMAYA FOR
STATE SENATOR
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
Folk
Singers
The first attraction of the 196#.
i9vl season presentee at tne w
dow Rock Civic Center, The Beta,
tonie folk Smgors was a great
success, ihe 12 young men, pius
2 accompanists, directed Dy Kuo*
ert De wormier, neid the audience
spellbound for the evening.
The program was aiviuea into
4 sections, American Folk songs,
bongs oi me mixer xcan iNegio,
Great composers ana roiK Anisic,
and bongs uom Around tne world,
me laitui ox uie gxuup was sxiuwn
in me many various meiouies
sung. iney laiigcu UOm Scujga Oi
me western cow nay, to tout meir
ooies lioxn suen gieat
as oanos., Grieg and bcnuueit,
to caxypso rythyms. •
From me Ot/exxmg nuinuer, a
inveiy lom song uom tne -rxppuia
juun kuuuuioiue ox v xxgxxna to me
Cxosxxig cu -uie llUkikOei, a 3 u “o l*t
xcu, uukvaoxs me uexuxonte
L Oui c u S Silo weO tile VVUUUIB
Ox ixa ii j neiaJ.oi.ie in luiwng
mem ixoxn ms own group as
Uautkgi Uk.ua Sik-cOX o, .0 px 00v.....jig
them as a unit, to me punne.
lOid in many languages, *u e
songs were at tunes almost still,
never lacking in depin oi presen
tation.

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