The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1951 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 13, 1951
Page 11
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1951 Missouri Hearing On Vote Contest Is Scheduled Senate Group Sets Jan. 4-5 as Date In Senator's Case • JEFFERSON CITY. Dec. 13. (API -,-Hearings on an election contest. P;lert against David A. Hess, Democratic stnce senator from St. I/nils' second district, will be held bv a special Senate, committee here Friday and Saturday, Jan. 4 and 5 This was decided at the committee's opening session. Sen. Floyd R Gibson of Independence, committee chairman, said at least a one-day hearing will be held In St. Louis later. Today's session was attended by both Hess and Milfon F. Napier, lor- mer Republican senator from the second district. Napier filed the contest after his tirfeat by Hes.= in the 1050 general election. Napier charged that Hess did not live In tne second district. Missouri law requires that a state senator live in his district for at least a year prior to election. Irregularities Charted Napier also alleged irrcEulatlUes In counting the ballots and claimed that he received more lawful votes than Hess. He asked the Senate to order > recount and to disqualify Hess either for non-residence In his district or for not receiving enough lawful votes. Napier alleges that Hess' residence is at 5245 Ktogwood Avenue where his wife and children reside uihat is In the First Senatorial Dls- *5lct. Hess claims his legal residence Is at 3985 Meramec Avenue where he maintains ft room. . At yesterday's hearing Hess de- clvna Nap!ei"» petition Is faulty b«»u» "it .does not present specific objections to voters." No Specific Objections Kapler «a!d specific objections eoiild not be made until ballot boxes ire opened. (Hew was >«ate<J as a senator las't *»nuary on the basis of t certlft- ctt« thaS h« won th« election by Til Totes.) Gibson said «i« commltt« does not know for certain whether It has the power to administer oaths to WtneMes. He Mid the group may «tc the Senate for that power as *ell us the power to subpena witnesses and evidence. 'Liz' Taylor Denies Report She'll Marry .^HOLLYWOOD, Deo. 13 «V — •toibeth Taylor's studio says a report that she and British Actor Michael Wilding plan" to be married in Mexico before Christmas is "fantastic." Actually, both are married. Hotelmsn A. C. Blumenthal eald hi Mexico City yesterday that Miss Taylor disclosed wedding plans In t, telephone call reserving an apartment In hij hotel. Miss Taylor and Wilding are on » fishing trip In northern California with Actor Stewart Granger and his wife, Jean Simmons. The studio' said the four plan to go to Acapulco later this month for more fishing. Miss Taylor's divorce from hotel heir Nick Hilton becomes final Jan. 30. Wilding's wife, Kay Young, sued for divorce Nov. 15 in London. Rhode Island Group Has Dog Trying to Kill Self; Does Anyone Claim It? £)' PROVIDENCE. R. 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