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THE TOTTTFTT TOURIVAL, LOUISVILLE. KY. TUESmY MORMNO. SEPTEMHER 11, 1963 B 3 Vols, Stansbury Renew Offer To Debate Foes The Democratic candidates for mayor of Louisville and Jefferson County judge last night renewed their offer to debate their Republican opponents. Marlin M. Volz, mayoral candidate, and William B. Stansbury, running for county judge, addressed a meeting of the Home Builders Association of Louisville at Pleasure Manor Country Club. Stansbury charged that the current city and county administrations "have squandered and dissipated the public funds in such a way as to stagger the imagination." He said that salaries for the operation of Fiscal Court, purchasing, custodial service and building maintenance Owens Sworn In To Succeed Alberta Jones Attorney Darryl T. Owens was sworn in yesterday as prosecutor in Domestic Relations Court, succeeding Miss Alberta 0. Jones, who was slain last month. Owens shared law offices with Miss Jones. Owens. 27, of 4618 Garland, was sworn in by Police Court Judge William G. Colson. He was appointed by City Prosecutor Isaac R. Gumer to serve until the general election Nov. 2. Owens, a Democrat, is a graduate of Central Stale College, Wilberforce, Ohio, and Howard University Law School. He is married and has a daughter. After graduation from Howard in 1962. Owens worked on the legal staff of the Veterans Administration in Washington and then spent two years in the Army. He was a first lieutenant. Owens returned to Louisville last April. The investigation of Miss Jones' murder continues. The body of the 32-year-old attorney, also a graduate of Howard Law School, was found in the Ohio River Aug. 5. Bishop C. Ewbank Tucker, an officer of the Independent Voters' Association (IVA), said last night that group has pledged $500 for information leading to the conviction of persons responsible for Miss Jones' death. This brings to $2,000 the total amount of reward money. Miss Jones was president of the IVA and secretary of the Louisville Legal Society which also offers $500 for information leading to the conviction of her slayers. The city offers another $1,000 reward. at the Courthouse have risen from $384,000 under the Democrats four years ago to more than $715,000 in this fiscal year. During the same period, he said, salary expenditures have increased from $66,000 to nearly $125,000 a year in the commonwealth attorney's office and from $55,000 a year to $95,000 in the county attorney's office. Raises to the county police department during the same period have been token ones only, he said, and Stansbury also criticized Republican efforts to bring new industry to the community. "In the last four years," he said, "the only new smokestacks that have been brought to Louisville and Jefferson County are on the Belle." Volz charged that incumbent William O. Cowger has made the mayoralty "a part-time job" by becoming campaign manager for Volz's opponent, Alder-manic President Kenneth Schmied. He challenged Cowger "to let go of the strings long enough to permit Mr. Schmied to debate me." Colson Case Questioned Volz asked for explanations of why Police Judge William G. Colson was not ticketed after he allegedly drove the wrong way on a one-way street several months ago, why the city collects $85,000 a year less from parking meters now than four years ago and why the city sludge plant is not being used. Volz also charged that $100,000 tincan-shreddirtg equipment purchased by the current administration is unused and revenue from the sale of scrap metal dropped from $70,000 in 1961-62 to $12,-600 in 1963-64. Democrats Fill Committees For November Campaign Thomas C. Carroll, chairman of the Jefferson County Democratic Executive committee, yesterday announced the appointment of members of 16 committees to direct the party's activities in the November election campaign. The committees range in areas from party finances to senior citizens. Carroll said that 16 persons had been named to the advisory committee. Oldham Clarke and Bert Van Arsdale were named cochairmen and other members include Bill Lannan, S. Rush Nicholson, Raymond Bossmeyer, Roscoe Dalton, Rev. Daniel J. Hughlett, Owen Hammons, Rev. W. J. Hodge, Mrs. Charles Tachau, James Malone, Mrs. Hugh Haynie, Mrs. Robert Dockery, Andrew Broaddus, Clark C. Fenimore and Mrs. De Baun Bryant. c4 ; V, J? tSiJr Cook Accuses Democrats Of 'Childish' Campaign Associated Press Wirepholo Breakthrough For Episcopalians DEACONESS Phyliss Edwards receives Communion during her investure as a member of the fourth order of the Episcopal Church ministry by Bishop James A. Pike yesterday in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral. The rites confirmed action taken last week by the Episcopal House of Bishops clarifying ministerial status of deaconnesses. She will be addressed as the Rev. Mrs. Edwards. Responsibility Was Pilots' In 2-Plane Collision Both pilots were responsible for the safety of their planes in a collision here last Friday, since both were flying under visual flight rules, a Federal Aviation Agency official said yesterday. One of the pilots, Dr. Arthur L. Goodman. 41, Louisville physician, was killed when his Cessna collided with a DC3 owned by Central American Airways Flying Service about four miles from Bowman field. Robert Kellogg, 39, was pilot of the larger plane. Arthur R. Egbert, the FAA chief of air traffic control at both Bowman and Standiford fields, said both pilots were flving under visual flight rules. 'FAA regulations say such pilots are fully responsible for avoiding a collision. Egbert said both planes would have been tracked by radar at the Standiford tower if the pilots had been flying under instrument flight plans with an assigned altitude. An investigation of the collision was completed yesterday by an inspector from the FAA district office in Pittsburgh and another from the Civil Aeronautics Board office in Chicago. A final report on the collision, including its probable cause, is expected to be released by the FAA in Washington in several weeks. Dr. Goodman's rented plane broke apart and its wreckage was scattered in a field near Interstate 64 and Hurst-bourne Lane. Republican County Judge Marlow V. Cook yesterday accused the Jefferson County Democratic organization of conducting a "ridiculous and childish" campaign. Statements made Sunday by Thomas C. Carroll, city-county Democratic chairman, and the party's candidate for county judge, William B. Stansbury, were "not at all true," Cook said. Stansbury and Carroll spoke at a Newburg-area community meeting and charged Cook with selecting the New-burg urban-renewal program for "purely political reasons." and of "not considering the actual needs" of Newburg residents. Witten Role Referred To "I wish they'd stick to the facts," Cook said. "This whole thing (the Newburg urban-renewal plan) started when Dr. Carroll Witten, the Democratic candidate for the Legislature in the 33rd District, went out there and issued more than 200 citations for violations of health ordinances. "My position on the subject has always been clear I've never liked it." "Their entire campaign," Cook continued, "seems to be to malign and run down candidates who represent a different philosophy." Speaking at the opening of the Republican women's campaign headquarters at Fourth and Chestnut, Cook also said the community "ought to be aware" that Gov. Edward T. Breathitt "takes his paper with him when he goes anywhere." 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