50 Years Ago
The battle between Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai and Norman Littell, the tribe’s general counsel, continues.
The fight between members of the Raymond Nakai administration and the Old Guard on the Navajo Tribal Council took a strange turn this week with accusations that the editor of
The Navajo Times spotlighted one of the most respected members of the Navajo Tribal Council — Roger Davis Sr. — who died 50 years ago this week after a long illness.
The race for president of the United States is heating up and it seems that the Navajo Tribe is finding itself caught in the middle, in part because of the decision by the tribe’s chairman, Raymond Nakai, to do everything he can to get Lyndon B. Johnson re-elected.