, APRIt, 50, 1952 Sen. George Seeks to Ban Individual Party Loans JACK BKLL WASHINGTON *-Sen. George (D-Ga) called today for legislation which would outlaw loans by individuals to political parties or com- niltlees. George, who heads the Senate nuance Committee, told a reporter he believes such legislation sheuld lake either the form O r an amendment to Ihe lax laws or changes in Ilia Corrupt Practices ,4ct. Ij'Sen. Williams (H-Del), a member of George's committee, told the Senate yesterday three wealthy citizens were permitted to charge OH tbe>r income taxes <JO per cem •f loans totaling $410,000 made fro« 1MB thrown W« to the New York «UM Democratic Committee The Delaware lenator named Mw three as Richard J. Reynolds of Wlnston-Sulem, N.C., MaWtmil Field of Chicago and David A Scbulte of New York. Williams produced records to •how that the Internal Revenue »¥rea« had ruled 'that the three oould aocapt offers by Ihe New York committee to settle for 10 oenu on khe dollar and clmrge off remainder aa non-buslness bad »aid at Ruwho Santa Fe Calif., wfaere h« it visiting, that he hwl never made use of an Internal Revenue Bureau ruling allowing him, to deduct from his in- e«m» t» » unpaid loan to the New Tor* gute Democratic Committee. Alter 0^.1 lor t^ estate of •chulte, who died in 1949, said In NSW Yoj-k that Schulle had re- ived no tax benefits whatever from a loan lo the Democratic committee. Reynolds, elder son of the founder of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, was reported in Europe. His attorney. Slrutlon Coyner, declined In Winston-Salem to comment, AllrnKS Demanded Rep, Byrnes fll-Wls). „ member of the House lax scandal Investigating committee, said lie Intended to demand an airing of Williams' allegations, Williams demanded that the Internal revenue rulings be reversed and gift taxes lie assessed against the liiree. "If the bureau doesn't act, ihen Congress must act," Williams loli a reporter. Goorge said there might be torn Instances where such loans jnigli be made by banks, but In this case losses would be charged of as regular business dcbls. William Mylander, publicity di rector for the Republican Naiiona Committee, said Ihe QQP group had construed the Hatch "Clean Politics" Act as prohibiting it from borrowing more (ban $5,000 Iron any one individual. He added tha Ihe committee had not had lo borrow. Mylandar noted that the Date} Act bars contributions of mor< than $5,000 by any individual Ii any calendar year. He died a pro vision of the Corrupt Practice* Ac which defines a loan u a con tribution, but said he doubted i ipplied to committee* operating only in one state. Williams described the »310,000 in loans 7iiade by Reynolds and the 550,000 loans each from Field i Schulte as "contributions." Nudist Case Tangled in Legal Zipper Involving Bare Facts DETROIT (*_A nudist case in Federal Dlstrlcl Court was langled in a legal xlpper today. Counsel for de/endlng- officers being lued for false arrest by a music teacher cited some bare facts of procedure that may throw the damage case out of courl. Sdllh Crmrch, «, of Maurnee, O., who WM arrested 4 years ago i»st «immer In a raid on a nudist camp near Monroe, Mich., is seeking »1M,000 damage*. She declared the Incident caused her to lose a M.OM-a-year teaching Job tmd lhat her constitutional rights were viola led. Tile d«fe<td*itfa are stale police, Sheriff Ray Geniler of Monroe County, »nd former Prosecutor .finster D. L«e of Monroe County. Miss Church rested her case .vsterday after a 71-year-old wil- H3SS testified that one of the raiding officer* ordered her to remove her clothei. The plaintiffs witness, John A Rubel, o* Belle Center, o.. said Miss Charch was wearing shorts and » halter when raiders swooped down o« the camp in August, 1918 One of ths officers. Rubel said "kep* ordering her to 'take them «ff, take them off.' " Assistant State Ally. Gen. Marl in L. Leacock sprang a sur|>ri.sc for the defense in moving for a di reeled verdict in favor of the de fendanls. C.eacocic uncovered a Michigan stalule of limilalions which says no action can be brought against sheriff's deputies more than Iwo years after the event. Miss Church filed her anil In February, 1951. George F. risk Jr., attorney for Miss Church, . said he was not aware of Ihe section until II was brought to his attention by the molion. "I'll give you Mine to study It," said "Federal Judge Frank A. 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Miss Church, recording secretary and former president of the Amerl. can Sunbathing Association was found guilty win, cigm 0(he) , Jlljd _ IMS of Indecent exposure as a result of the raid. They were fined SI50 each In Monroe County Circuit Court In March, 1949, and placed on six months probation. Miss Church subsequently brought her damage suil claiming false arrest on grounds she was clolhed at the time of the raid. A Michigan slate police sergeant testified yesterday thai Miss Church was nude when officers fu-sl arrived at the c«ni|j. then ran lo her car and hier 1 to don a (wo- Piece playsuil. Sgl. Carl Seim of the Erie noil said he chased her and (old her 1 (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Millionaire Sailor and Admiral Have 5-Minute Chat-And the Officer Was Not 'Very Cordial 1 Mi-UJ\x'T'iMr.*T.»..», * By KOY KSSOYAN HONOLULU W_The millionaire sailor snd Ihe admiral in his pa- Jamas had a live-minute dial. To. Is working for the day tile sailor admiral. S. 2C Bruce s. Hopping and Rear Adm. Francis C. ocnebrlnk agreed Ihclr 1 a.m. chat Saturday wasn't exactly cordial. Hopping is a naval reservist with (hose who had their clolhes off were (o leave ihcm off until all had been rounded lip, but she refused to stop dressing. He denied that anyone tola her to take off her clothes. three-million-dollar lumber biwl- ness In New Jersey. He told a re- Porler, "The admiral wasn't a gentleman ... he was uncordlal he got huffy out." Denebrink be told me lo get lold a reporter he waved Hopping lo a seal and Hopping said, "I thoughl I should come by and let you see what kind of a man 1 am." Denebrink said he then told Hop. ping the procedure WHS moat untis- Hopping apologised The Navy said Hopping had been transferred from the salvage ship Reclaimer to administrative duties on Denebrink's staff. The admiral ual and that and left. I* commander, Service Forces Pacific. The skipper and executive officer of Ihe Reclaimer were cleared re- cenlly p( crew complaint* of "pelty tyranny." neneb'rlnk ht» uld the two Re- claimer officers were "unjustly maligned by someone who distributed vicious and distorted rumors about them." He added that Ihe case would not be closed until final ian attorney to represent them The sailor caused a minor furore at the Bnlnbridge, Md. Naval Training Center last September He Issued a public statement that Navv food "wasn't tit to eat." explaining liis pre-brcaxlasl call on (he admiral, Hopping Ka n h . thought It might help "If we could talk together informally." "But," he added, "when I (old him why 1 was there he got huffy. He tola me 10 get ow." action la taken — presumably against in alleged rumor monger. He didn't even hint who that might be, Hopping freely said he played a leading rol« among the complain- Phone 28«0 Planting Seed W« have for sale a limited quantity of Northern Grown WABASH SOYBEANS OGDEN SOYBEANS. 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