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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 48

Phoenix, Arizona
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Sunday, November 6, 1960
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« «. •" Mttf*p About Vote Places (Continued From Page 12B) MOBILE — Mobile School, Nelson Elementary School, Mobile. Arizona. MONROE—Booker T. Washington School Hall. 1209 E. Jefferson Street. MONTEBELLO — Agnes Miller Boys' Club, Library. 2242 W. Missouri Avenue. MONTEREY — Monterey Park School, Hall, 2301 N. 3rd Street. MONTE VTSTA — Monte Vista School. Girl's P.E. Rm. (Quonset) No. 26, 3501 E. Osborn "Road. MORRISTOWN — Morristown School. Primary Rm.. Morristown, Arizona. MT. CALVARY-Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Upper Level Room. 5105 N. 7th Aevnue. MOUNTAIN VIEW — Mountain View School Cafetorium, 1502 W. Mountain View Road. i MULBERRY (New precinct) Garrett Supply Co., Employes Room, 2950 W. Thomas Road. MURPHY—Murphy School No. 1, Aud.. 2625 W. Buckeye Road. MYRTLE—Washington Woman'* Club. Sun Room. So. end of Bldg., 2421 W. Northern Avenue. NORTH HIGH — North Phoenix High School, Auditorium Lobby, 1101 E. Thomas Road. NORTH VIEW—Bethel Lutheran Church. So. Sunday School Room, 7310 N. 27th Avenue. OAK LEAF (New locaHon)-Ari zona Farm Bureau Fed.. Meeting Room, 1016 N. 32nd Street. OCOT1LLO (New precinct)—Ocotillo School Library. 3225 W. Ocotillo Road. OKEMAH - Palmdale School, Room 1, 3146 East Wier. OLIVETTE — Memorial Presbyterian Church, 4141 E. Thomas Road. ORANGEWOOD — Orangewood , NOV. «, im ! e Arizona Republic Meet The Candidates Representatives In Congress School Library, 7337 N. 19th Avenue. ORME—Pendergast School Audi torium, 91st School Rd. Ave. & Indian OSBORN —Osborn School, Front Corridor, Auditorium Building, 3415 N. Central Avenue. PALM — St. Apostle Peter and Paul Church, Hall, 1614 E. Monte Vista. PALMCROFT — Encanto Community Church, Parish House Social Hall, 2710 N. 7th Avenue. PALO VERDE - Palo Verde School, Old Auditorium, Palo Verde, Arizona. PAPAGO — Papago School Library, 2013 N. 36th Street. PARADISE (New precinct) Scottsdale High School, Auditor, ium Lobby, 210 E. Indian School Road. PARKVlEW-Golden Gate Settlement, 1701 E. Grant. PARKWAY (New precinct)-Salt ' Rfver Project Employe's Recreation Asso. Clubhouse, 65th "Street & Latham. PEORIA—Peoria Woman's Club, Peoria, Arizona. PERRY PARK-St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Parish House, 2801 N. 31st Street. PICADILLY (New precinct) - LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS—Map above outlines boundaries of Maricopa County legislative districts in Phoenix and vicinity. Not shown are a few districts in outlying areas of the county. One state representative will be elected from each district Tuesday. SEVILLA (New Precinct)—Sevilla School Library. 3801 W. Missouri Avenue. SIERRA VISTA - Sivra Vista 6401 S. 16th Don Carlos Dr.,! Hall, 1830 W. Glenrosa. School, Rm. 11. Street. SIMIS—Richard C. Simis Schftol Library, 7302 N. 10th Street. SIMPSON—R. E. Simpson School, Rm. 2, 2301 W. Missouri Avenue. SKIFF-Skiff School, Room 14, 1400 S. 18th Street. SKY HARBOR (New location) Greyhound Park, Main Floor Park Building, 3801 E. Washington. SOLANO-^Solano School Ctfetor iun\ 15th Avenue & Missouri. SOUTH MOUNTAIN HIGH—Phoenix South Mountain High School Administration Building, 5401 S. 7th Street. SQUAW PEAK — Squaw Peak School Home Economics Room, 4601 N. 34th Street. ST. AGNES — St. Agnes Church, Parish Center, 2311 E. Palm Lane. ST. FRANCIS—Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall, 801 E. Camelback Road. ST. GREGORY—Encanto School, 15th Ave. & Osborn Tngleside Baptist Church, Young People's Room, 4910 E. Earl Drive. PLAZA (New location)—Face & Figure Magic, 1016 E. Camel back Road. QUEEN CREEK — Queen Creek School Aud., Queen Creek, Arizona. RANCHO—Garage, Gibbon's Residence, 1310 E. Missouri. RIO VISTA - Rio Vista School, Stage of Cafetorium, 4001 S. 3rd Street. RIVERSIDE - Riverside School Auditorium, 51st Ave. & Buckeye Road. ROOSEVELT - Neighborhood House, 6001 S. 7th Street, ROSE LANE—Rose Lane School Library, 6124 N. 12th Street. SAN JUAN — First Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall, 5510 N. Central Avenue. SCOTTSDALE-EAST (New location)—Justice Court Room, 36 E. 1st Street, Scottsdale. SCOTTSDALE - WEST - Scotts dale Loloma School Cafeteria, 2nd Street & Marshall. SENTINEL—Sentinel School, Sen- Foyer, Road. ST. THOMAS - St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Cafeteria, 4510 N, 24th Street. STEVENSON — Ann Ott School Auditorium, 1801 S. 12th Street SULLIVAN — Sullivan School Li- Room. 2066 Tempe. T E M P E NO. 8 — Broadmoor School, Hall, College Ave. & Aepli Dr., Tempe. THUNDERBIRD (New location) Thunderbird Country Club, Club Storage, 701 E. Thunderbird Trail. TOLLESON — Community Building, Tolleson, Arizona. TONOPAH — Williams Residence, Tonopah, Arizona. TONTO—Scottsdale Tonto School, Cafeteria, 501 E. Oak Street. UNIVERSITY - First Church of God, Sunday School Annex Room, 9th Avenue & Fillmore. VALLEY VIEW-Lutheran Church of Hope, Sunday School Area, 6600 S. Central Avenue. VERDE PARK—Verde Park Recreation Bldg., 916 E. Van Buren Street. WAGON WHEEL (New Precinct) —North Congregational Youth House, 702 W. Glendale Avenue. W A S H IN GTON - Washington School, Auditorium, 2626 W. Northern Avenue. WEST HIGH—West Phoenix High School, Administration Bldg., Lobby, 2910 N. 19th Avenue. WESTVIEW—American Evangelical Lutheran Church, Parish brary, 2 N. 31st Avenue. SUNCREST — Northeast Auto Service, Front Office, 3618 E Thomas Road. SUNLAND—Hayden County Park 322 W. Tamarisk Avenue. SUNNY HIGH—Sunnyslope High School, Rm. 19, 35 W. Dunlap. WESTWOOD — Westwood School, Rm. 4, 2225 W. Pierson. WHITTIER-Whittier School, Hall, 2000 N. 16th Street. WHITTON — Westwood Community Church, Adult Room, 3444 N. 19th Avenue. WICKENBURG NO. 1 — Legion Hall, Wickenburg, Arizona. WICKENBURG NO. 2 — County Bldg., Court Room, Wickenburg, Arizona. WILLETTA — First Congregational Church, 1407 N. 2nd Street. WILSHIRE - Fire Station Apparatus Room, 7th Avenue & Encanto Blvd. WILSON — Wilson School, Room 32, 2411 E. Henshaw Road. WINDSOR — Covenant Presbyterian Church, Primary Sunday School Room, 1210 E. Virginia. YALE — .Monte Vista American Baptist Church, Primary Sun. Sch. Rm., 2409 N. 36th Street. Y.M.C.A. - Y.M.C.A. Boy's Club Room, Entrance N. end of Bldg. 350 N. First Avenue. YOUNGTOWN (New Precinct) Youngtown Community- Bldg. Clubhouse "Center Room," Youngtown, Arizona. ZUNI — Scottsdale Tavan School, Cafeteria, 4602 E. Osborn Road. John J. Rhodes Rep John J. Rhodes (R-Ariz), 43, is seeking his fifth consecutive term as Arizona congressman from the first district. Elected in 1952, he was the state's first Republican congressman. A native of Council Grove, Kan., Rhodes was graduated from Kansas State and Harvard University Law School. He then entered the air force as a first lieutenant and was assigned to Williams Air Force Base near Chandler from 1941 to 1946. He became base adjutant and later executive officer for two years. Following his discharge, he established a home* at Mesa and entered law practice, eventually setting up a partnership in the firm of Rhodes and McMillen. He was president of the Mesa Chamber of Commerce and active in the Rotary Club, Masons, Elks, and American Legion. He is a member of the First Methodist Church of Mesa. In congress, Rhodes has served on several important committees, including interior and insular affairs and on education and labor committees. He has been an outstanding champion of Arizona's reclamation and water needs. He is married and has three sons and a daughter. Richard F. Harless Richard F. Harless, 55, Democratic candidate from the first congressional district, formerly served three terms in congress. 1 He is a practicing attorney. Born in Texas, he came to Arizona in 1917 and was graduated from the University of Arizona in 1933 at which time he was admitted to the bar. In 1935 he was appointed assistant city attorney of Phoenix and later assistant state attorney general. He was twice elected as Maricopa County attorney. He was an unsuccessful candi- JOHN J. RHODES State Corporation Commission RICHARD F. HARLESS date for governor in 1948 after finishing his third term as congressman. Harless claims credit for the establishment of the Phoenix Veterans Aministration Hospital and helping obtain the voting franchise for Indians. His wife, Meredith, is a real estate broker. They have two sons and reside at 49 N. Country Club. Mac C. Matheson tinel, Arizona. SUNNYSLOPE - Sunnyslope School Auditorium, 240 E. Vogel. SUTTON — J. B. Sutton School, Home Economics Room, 1001 N. 31st Avenue. TEMPE NO. 1 - Tempe Baptist Temple, 440 W. 5th Street, Tempe. TEMPE No. 2 - Mitchell School Lobby, 9th St. & Mitchell Dr., Tempe. TEMPE NO. 3-City Hall Council Room, 31 East 5th Street, Tempe. TEMPE NO. 4—Cosner Auditori urn, 10th St. & Mill Ave., Tempe. TEMPE NO. 5 - Tempe High School, Auditorium Lobby, Mill Ave. & Broadway, Tempe. TEMPE NO. S-Marlatt Garage 1249 E. 8th Street, Tempe. TEMPE NO. 7-Calvary Baptist, Large Educationa! F. L. Naylor (R) Franklin L. Naylor, Phoenix msiness and real estate consultant, is seeking a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission. He is a Republican. War II. Naylor resides at 1631 l\ Naylor member Born in New Jersey, Naylor came to Tucson in 1953 to work on a B-47 bomber project. He moved to Phoenix in 1957. He is a member of the Na tional Panel of Arbitrators and an associate of the American Insti- Palmcroft Way SE with his wife and three children. G.F. Senner Jr. (D) George F, Senner, Jr., native Arizonan, is seeking his first full six-year term on the Arizona Corporation Commission. He is a Democrat. tute of Management. He formerly was chairman of the Labor Relations Study Group of the Society for Advancement of Management in 1950 and 1951. He served on the National War Production Board during World Mac C. Matheson, 42, Tucson . business man, is the Republican candidate from the second congressional district which embraces all counties except Maricopa. Born at Cedar City, Utah, Matheson was brought by his parents to Duncan when he was three. He was graduated from Duncan High School and later worked as a grocery clerk and truck driver For two years Matheson servec Senner Born in Miami, Senner grad' uated from Mi ami High School where he played football and was president of the senior class. He served with the Marine Corps 27 months in the South Pacific. Senner obtain, ed his law de< MAC C. MATHESON gree from the University of Arizona and practiced law in pila County with his father two years. He was twice elected Gila County attorney. Senner came to Phoenix Aug. 1, 1957, to accept appointment from Governor McFarland to fill out the unexpired term on the corporation commission of the late Mit Simms. Fifteen months later he ran for he short term election and was successful. He has been chairman of the commission since 1958. Senner is married and the father of two sons, age 5 and 11. The amily resides at 1317 W. Bethany iome. SUPERVISQKAL DISTR|£TS-May atove shows boundaries of districts from which Maricopa County's three-member board of supervisors will be elected Tuesday. Detailed enlargement at lower right shows where first, second and third district dividing lines fall in City of Phoenix. in the British Isles as a mission ary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints. He served four years with the air force in the India-Burma Theater. After his discharge, Matheson returned to Arizona and attended Gila Junior College and the University of Arizona, obtaining a! degree in public administration. Matheson was business manager of Tucson radio station KTUC, and was a member of the board of Tucson Broadcasting Co. He now is part owner and business manager of Tucson Music Inc., and part owner and an officer of Arizona Music Service. He is campaigning on a platform embracing the free enterprise system as opposed to federal bureaucracy. Stewart L. Udall Stewart L. Udall, 40, Tucson attorney and member of a pioneer Arizona family, is seeking his Fourth term as Democratic congressman from the second district. A native of St. Johns in Apache County, Udall attended Eastern Arizona Junior College and was graduated from the University of Arizona. STEWART L. UDALL Governor Paul j. Famiin (R) Governor Paul .T. Fannin, iin-J opposed in the Republican pri-| mary is seeking his second term! as Arizona's chief executive. He' is 53. Fannin was born at Ashland,! Ky. He was brought to Arizona j at the age of 10 months, the fam-j ily acquiring a ranch at Lateral! 15 and old Maricopa Road. ! Later the family bought a ve-j hide and harness business. The Fannin 'children grew up work-j ing in the store and on the ranch.! While attending Phoenix Union! High School, from which he was graduated in 1925, Fannin launched: his business career by hauling milk to a creamery. i He later purchased an old truck) and spenl his summers hauling j cantaloupes to the packing sheds j on a contract basis. Fannin attended the University: of Arizona for two years, theni transfered to Stanford University. He was graduated from Stanford: with degrees in economics, accounting, and business administration. j He and his brother, Ernie, 1 start-; ed a bottled gas and appliances business to which later was added j commercial fertilizer lines. They; sold this thriving enterprise to two chemical firms. PAUL J. FANNIN brothers then formed their! present firm, Fannin Brothers ln-| dustrial Development Enterprises.! Long active in Phoenix civic projects, Fannin is past president ; of the Better Business Bureau, a: companics _ Ackerman was a pilot LEE ACKERMAN member of the Methodist Church, . 1942 the Elks, Phoenix Executives: Club, Rotary Club, and the; rcceivin K two baule stars Thunderbirds. i During 1050-52. he served in the He is married and has three Arizona House of Representatives, sons and a daughter. Mr. and ; heading an investigation of the Mrs. Fannin reside at 59BO Orange : state wcifarc department. ..'-: Blossom Lane. \ Active in civic and fraternal Lee Aekermail (D) -affairs, he was selected one of Lee Ackerman, Phoenix realise 10 outstanding young men by estate and investment broker, isjthe Phoenix .Junior Chamber- of the Democratic candidate forjCommerce in 1956. governor. He was unopposed in! H c is one of 39 persons through- the primary. ^ out th(J na(ion to be selectecl f or Ackerman was born Oct. 29, 1 a current documentary television 1921, at Clayton, Mo., was graduated from Harvard in 1947 and came to Arizona as a reporter for The Arizona Republic. He later was made aviation editor, then promotion manager, and finally public relations director for both The Republic and The Phoenix Gazette. Later he entered the advertising business and since 1952 has organized a number of investment series entitled "Sweet Success.' Ackerman is running on appoint platform embracing Wore aid to education, water resources and conservation, tax equaliza'tion. a compulsory public accommodations law, and higher salaries'/or welfare workers. .-..,, Ackerman is married and is the father of four children. The family resides at 3702 E. Medlock Dr. Attorney General Robert Pickrell Irate Creditors Raid Company TAIPEI. FORMOSA (AP)-~ An angry mob of creditors raided the Taipei office of the privately owned Taipei Tang Eng iron and steel works yesterday, uprooted telephones, smashed furniture, and caused other damages. The demonstrators were angered by the company's decision to refund loans at 1.65 per cent a month instead of 3 per cent as originally planned. Like many other companies in Formosa, it got into difficulty primarily cause of the high rate of interest at which it has had to borrow money to maintain operations. During World War 11, he tlew with the 15th Air Force in Europe as a B-24 gunner. He was admit ted to the Arizona bar in. 1948 and practiced law in Tucson until his election to congress in 1954. In Washington, Udall served as a member of the house commit' tees on interior and insular affairs, and education and labor. He has been particularly interested in laws dealing with Arizona Indian affairs, reclamation; conservation, and civil rights. Active in Democratic politics several years, he was, a vice- chairman of the Pima County Democratic central committee, He is a member of Tucson Counci for Civic Unity, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints the American Legion and the three bar associations. Last July he was charman p the Arizona delegation to the Na tional Democratic Convention. H< is married and has five children Secretary Of State Wesley Bolin (D) Unopposed Wesley Bolin, unopposed in both tie Democratic primary and the ;eneral election, is seeking his seventh term as secretary of state. Member of a pioneer Arizona family, Bolin first was elected secretary of state in 1948. He is 52 years old. Bolin is a graduate of Isaac E 1 e m e n t ary School, Phoenix Union High School, and attended Phoenix College. In 1938, he entered politics and was elected constable of the West Phoenix pre cinct. He was re-elected to this post in 1940. In 1942, Bolin was elected justice of the peace and served three terms on that bench. He formerly was secretary-treasurer of the Arizona Association of Justices of the Peace and Constables. He also has served is of the National Association o Secretaries of State and was in strumental in 1951 in getting the organization to hold its nations convention in Phoenix. Now a member of that organ ization's executive board, he per suaded the group to hold its 1961 convention at Tucson. Mr. and Mrs. Bolin have three children. The family resides a 8310 N. Seventh Ave. i Church is married and the father Robert Pickrell, 37, Phoenix at-j of t h re? sons . He resides at,4405 torney and member of a pionecrjciearwater Parkway, Scottsdale. Arizona family, is the Republican i candidate for state attorney general. He'resides at 33 W. State Ave. Born at Prescott, Pickrell attended Phoenix Union High School and was graduated from Tucson Senior High School. In 1949 he received his law degree from the University of Arizona and for two years practiced law in Bisbee. From 1953 to 1955, he represented the state land department and the corporation commission as assistant attorney general under Ross Jones. Since then he has been in private practice. Pickrell is a combat army veteran of World War II. Last January he was elected junior warden f All Saints Episcopal Church. A member of the bar associa- ions and active in civic and char- table work, he is married and has two children. Wade E. Church Wade E. Church, 52, is seeking his second term as attorney gen- ral. He is a Democrat. j Born in Helena, Mont., Church was graduated in 1931 from Los Angeles City College and received a bachelor of arts degree fwo years later from the University cf Bolin Southern Call' fornia. In 1938, he was State Tax Commission W. E. Stanford (D) UNOPPOSED William E. Stanford is seeking a third term on the state-tax commission on the Democratic ticket. He is (Unopposed. A member of a pioneer Arizona family, Stanford served four years I as Maricopa County assessor before being elected to the commission. He attended-the Phoenix elernen- t a r y schools, i Phoenix Union IHigh School., and „. the University, of Stanford Arizona •; • Stanford served with the navy in World War 11. He is past president of the Western States Tax Administrators Association and a member of the executive board of the National Tax Association. Stanford also is active in Elks, American Legion, Kiwanis, Moose, and Woodmen of the World. .... Mr. and Mrs. Stanford have two children and resjde at :4160 Church graduated from Harvard Law School and was admitted to the Arizona bar in E. Medlock. 1948. Church formerly was time-keeper and cost accountant for construction firms and served for a time as personnel director for the Atkinson-Kier Construction Co. During part of World War II, he was a civilian employe with the United States War Department, handling labor problems in the construction field. He became president and secretary-treasurer of the Arizona Federation of Labor. In addition to heading; the AFL Arizona unit, Church was editor of the Arizona Labor Journal. H« also served, as assistant city attorney and assistant city manager. U,N, Instructs Congo Advisers UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (AP) -The United Nations' commission for the Congo got- instructions yesterday to go *h,efe and work to reconvene parliament, which is generally believed fiver- able to the deposed premier. Patrice Lumumba. . , . , Secretary General Dag Ham- marskjold's 18-nation ," advisory committee on the Congo, at r a three-hour private meeting, approved those terms, of reference for the commission, which consists of its 15 African a ad Asian members.

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