Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 6, 1942 · Page 5
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1 1 nA 3-1111 Page Fire Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Sunday Morning, September 6, 1942 L CONTESTS FOR COUNTY OFFIf.ES MARK STATE PRIMARY CAMPAIGNS pervisor. Frank L. Christensen. in-, man of the fourth district, and A. dresses recalling his work in con Yuma Clerk, term, is opposed by Perly Luke-hart, former state highway patrol- cumbent representative, and Clyde1 Leonard Allen, congressman of the Battle Warms iiiau. eighth, are unopposed. in. oiauuer, xormer holder of the office, seek the nomination. cause so many state judiciary and. other posts are to be filled relatively light balloting Is expected because of the electorate's preoccupation with the war. Possibly less than half the some 540.000 ballots cast in the gubernatorial raca of 1940 was forecast. i . n ousting the Long regime in the gubernatorial race in January, 1940, by a slim margin but his opponents have since maintained an almost continuous attack. In Tuesday's most important election since Governor Jones was inaugurated vital politically be- Jndge Race Watched Contests for suoerior murt -turicre Former Ally Of Long Pitted against Ellender, former Heron Rons For Senate James R. Heron of ninho gress, and Governor Jones occupied almost up to the eve of the primary with a legislative scrap with' Mayor Maestri's cohorts over state finances has remained on tfle sidelines. Jones succeeded In and state senator are attracting the staunch ally of the late state po In Louisiana ?l house of representatives in the 15th legislature. mnnin? justice naces Wax Warmest litical dictator, Huey Long, and now a trusted helpmate of the Roosevelt administration, is E. A. Stephens, tall, affable former president of the New Orleans Dock against the two incumbent Gila county senators, S. L. Bixby and A. R. Edwards, seeking to replace one of them. J. W. Went worth, veteran superior court clerk, is op- BATON ROUGE, La.. Sept. 5 (AP) Candidates campaigning for Louisiana's Democratic primary election next Tuesday have placed before a war-worried electorate EL (By AssociatcH Press) ttTTF.n contests for most interest in Pinal county. H. G. Richardson, appointed judge to succeed E. W. McFarland when the latter went to the United States senate, seeks nomination against W. C. Truman, county attorney and former state senator. In the race for the state senate are Pete Eth-ington of Casa Grande, former senator, and L. E. Canfil, Superior attorney. In Navajo county, interest cen Board who has conducted a vigorous state-wide campaign. Never elected to public office, some V"a py r.rnest ju. tellner. and offices have provided much Five candidate sok th :nty issues ranging from the old stump slogan: "Don't change horses in (UtHe interest in what otherwise 1 h' - ih nuietest Arizona tri- of Greenlee county sheriff, for which the incumbent. Ben Phillips, is not a candidate. The field includes iCT-v campaign m years. C AL Advisable to Store Now SICK? CLEAN YOUR COLON Colds, Influenza, Gas, Headaches, Sinus Trouble, Colitis Are Quickly Relieved By Safe and Scientific COLON IRRIGATION and Corrective Diets X-RAY EXAMINATION No Charge for Consultation DR. SARA Y. GEAR . Chiropractor-Naturopath 1026 N. Central Ph. 3-6820 ters around two races. Wallace ncq; BUlingsley, former Duncan marshal and -deputy sheriff; Joel Chaudoin. assessor sine 1B1- s on the ballot than in former - K,t in almost everv roun- Ellsworth, incumbent clerk of the Virginia-born Stephens nevertheless has utilized persuasive tactics learned in his profession as a salesman in his 165-speech whirlwind tcur. He has attacked Senator Ellender as the "tool in Washington" of Mayor Robert S. Maestri of New Orleans, leader of the presently resurgent Huey Long political clique opposing the state administration of Gov. Sam Jones. Jones Joins In Scrap Ellender has confined his appeals to comparatively few radio ad Thomas H. Johnsofi, former rancher midstream" to one-sided versions of present state politics. Those seeking re-election, including Allen Ellender, U. S. senator, and six of eight incumbent congressmen, have largely asked to be rechosen on their, records, declaring that gravity of the Second World War requires seasoned public serv-ants. Overton Brooks, congress-- businessman, are candidates for the treasurer's nomination. fcspre'is at least one race to at-Ert voters who haven't paid much Kpnt'n to state issues and candi-IF ' 'Tiimhents seeking renom- ana oeputy sheriff; E. A. Littleton, superior court, faces strong opposition from Victor Westover who is completing his second term as county treasurer and is barred by law from succeeding himself in Morenci. and Ira Spoon, stage line operator. ifdiijtuarjifl.gi BONDED EMPLOYEES INSURED VEHICLES EXPERT PACKERS LOW RATES CHAMBERS' TRANSFER PHONE 4-4141 lfc!es are unorposea in many in. In Mohave county, also, the sher-fCs race is the main attraction 312 S. 1 Ave., Ph. 31171 that office. Joseph Peterson, former county supervisor, and Chester Campbell, prominent Holbrook sr.ces. VA,ipre in the state Ernest Graham, serving his seventh has the than in p. mnntv. There lucrative f "'Xnzp fees make the offices of f:', nf the superior court and 5 i nf the peace extremely at Kctive financially. oppose inrumnrni c Mnt tmitn, rtepuoncan in-lorb has no ODnosition. fPffnfYVfVin V V KTo r-eht to oppose him in the genii'. , TKo -f f ir-o ic rnniiteH 1 . i ITO AAA -aov 1 f rr- b won n jj.w" jt a riurinz recent years when ..ap-bent Californians stream- id to th border city. Business nas off somewhat because of Esl:en .,.! rfiffiruities. nut the .office H"hiv desirable. Democratic "riidates are jumi . naiu. ,4 Daniel. B. A. Oiusti, H. A. - M - J i 1 T" wr Sara isaaziey ana jo. i-.. r! H- Lute.-, present justice of the ,3"e who believes in the power of fU.rt;:;nr to attract marriage V 7 - . I T AT C.n..r DTT OS mm businessman, wno is (-uuipaigmiig Kn a promise to mane marriage ft m tn work oi ine court 7. H. Newman, sneriir, wncieiy ionn as a rodeo performer, is op !fed by B. V. Long. Six Sek Senate Seats Tn Maricopa county six Demo rats are running ior iwo seats in . ttatp senate now nein oy ioe . Ealmman and JIanin Smith, who p not seeking rer.omination. In W-p feld are James Minotto, for r senator: waiter J. maineimer, i-xer Phoenix mavor; Kirbv L. l"ir;ne and W. R. Bailey, members the house of representatives; izra A. .Moeur and jj.. u a. Minn. Four meumoent superior court pro tin fnr rpnomination tth John Corbin, former Maricopa :un!v attornev, making a strong mi to break into the quartet. Zi Echols, veteran Pima county fiheriff. is onposd by Walter w. Eiiley. and Lee Garrett. Tucson at JOE HUNT was the first State Treasurer in the U.S.A. to invest State Funds in WAR BONDS. Through his efforts Arizona now owns $386,000 in WAR BONDS. JOE HUNT by sound business methods SAVED the State $21,000 in handling State War-rants. JOE HUNT came to Arizona over thirty years ago. He is married and the father of two children. 'JOEHUNTas a member of the Land Board and Farm Loan Board proved his EXECUTIVE ABILITY. JOE HUNTvand his methods of llternev. is contesting the two in hnrbent superior court judges r:,;:8.T. G. Hall and Evo de Con- ini. Attorneys Battle A three-way fight for the office count v attorney is providing the Off ftrs. ac!rai race m Cochise county IM3lilates tor the nomination are IBohn F. Ross, who was appointed to ie office whe n John Pintek went fcto the armv a few months ago t,p Poiiev. former assistant at En? general, and J. L. Winters, bhee attornev. Superior Judpe John Wilson Ross, pot rela'pd to the candidate for fceur.fy attorney, seeks renomina- Bn over the onnosition of Frank E. t&o.xas. former county attorney. lavapai county s principal con test is between Sam J. Head, in-crr.hr nt : John R. Franks and Leo Stack for nomination to the county It ,ii - a "sssgsy I conducting: the State Treasurers Attorney's office. Richard Lamscn. veteran supe- Biar court judpe. is unopposed for ine Kepuolican nomination. R. M. bbins. Republican, who was Waten for the office of sheriff in V4 K last election by Democrat Willis Butler, is unopposed for his party BtrJnatiOn. Rnllpr far- F!i itrono eves in the Democratic nrimarv. Sheriff Race Heated The h;of race in Ananhp mimtv K for t ' o tnariffv a office were highly PRAISED by the 'Arizona Tax Research Association. JOE HUNT will NEVER FORGET that only by EQUAL TAXATION to all can the State-of Arizona flourish and prosper. JOE HUNT is your BEST BET for TAX COMMISSIONER. j 1111 unci 11U11. v. aegie, incumbent bv is opposed by J. A. Mineer, i 9 jrf o ,unr.pr assessor and deputy sheriff ft McXarv. Three women seek nomination : paehe county recorder, Joyce U. O'ter. the inrnmhpnt - Trc Inhn IKn. Widow of Iho lata churiff tw.A Irs. Del!a Meralf. ini-oconino countv, Peerv Fran-ss, sheriff, is opposed by the man ce.eated two years ago, Arthur andevier. in the race which is tttracting the most attention. senator fc ik. u n ' .'.'"': u a Lrr- i x - - ijvaikup former county su mmm 0 cx vJ X . WkLM ill J BUS DRIVERS WANTED Ceoi Pay, Pleasant Work Vcmaife Training Given Opportunity for experienced ?r.d inexperienced men to get into work essent ial now and at the war. Good future-naming fits you to handle r-avy motorized equipment. work now available in San rancisro Bay area. Get fur-ttw details by contacting PACIFIC GREYHOUND LINES A. W. Bobo 19 E. JEFFERSON STREET PHOEMX. 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