In 1960, we had Commissioners, not Mayors.
It was just 16 years after the war and Guam just had 67,000 people in 19 municipalities or villages. Agaña was considered a city and New Agat as well. But that's another story.
Needless to say, everyone knew everyone and village Commissioners, as is still the case in many smaller villages today, were personally known to the majority of village residents.
In those days, your Commissioner wasn't Jesus S. Camacho; he was Chubado' (some say Chibado'). Not Joaquin SN Diego but rather si Gådao.
Here are the winners of the 1960 municipal elections :
The Two Biggies
The two largest villages at the time were Sinajaña and Barrigada. This is reflected in the fact that these two villages had an Assistant Commissioner, which they hold to this day (even though Sinajaña for the longest time now is nowhere near the most populated village on island).
Sinajaña : Luis Camacho Baza
Baza did not have a long term; from 1956-1964. Sinajaña Commissioners tended to have short terms in those days.
Barrigada : Jesus Sablan Camacho (Chubado')
Chibado', on the other hand, was Commissioner for twenty years (1948-1968). In those days, if you were a popular Commissioner, you tended to keep your job for as long as you were interested in running.
Luis Camacho Baza
Jesus Sablan Camacho (Chubado')
Other long-term Commissioners re-elected in 1960 :
Inarajan : Joaquin SN Diego (Gådao) served from 1944 until 1972
Agaña Heights : Juan L. Pangelinan (Kotla) served from 1956 until 1968
Hagåtña : Juan D. Perez served from 1952 until 1962
Asan : Joaquin S. Santos served from 1956 until 1972
Piti : Vicente A. Limtiaco served from 1956 until 1972
Santa Rita : Joaquin D. Perez served from 1952 until 1968
Yoña : Jose B. Sudo served from 1952 until 1972
Mangilao : Jesus T. Pereira served from 1952 until 1968
Dededo : Vicente SA Benavente served from 1952 until 1976
Merizo : Francisco C. Chargualaf served from 1952 until 1976
Short-term Commissioners :
Chalan Pago/Ordot : Francisco LG Valenzuela served from 1956 until 1964
Agat : Juan LG Leon Guerrero served from 1956 until 1962
Yigo : Jose D. Perez served from 1956 until 1964
Finally, there were three Commissioners elected for the first time in 1960 :
Mongmong/Toto/Maite : Jose C. Farfan, who served from 1960 until 1972
Umatac : Jesus S. Quinata, who served from 1960 until 1968
Talofofo : Juan C. Tenorio, who served from 1960 until 1968
And now the Assistant Commissioners :
Barrigada : Jose F. Mendiola
Tamuning : Gregorio A. Calvo
Only these three villages had an Assistant Commissioner in 1960 as these were the three most populated villages at the time.