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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, September 30, 1948, Image 9

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Kiddies Parade
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Barns Praise oi
Many Spectators
Kennewick youngsters staged a
parade Saturday that, in the opin
ion of residents and out-ot-town
spectators. will be long reman
bored.
Their colorful and novel per
formance established the Kiddies
Pet Parade for the third time as
a major Festival event, and drew
the unstinflng praise of Leo Car
rillo. star of the Grape Festival
and Benton County Fair.
_lt was allothe third triumph
in a row for Mrs. Don Skit-villa,
in whose capable hands the man
agement of the parade has been
since its inception in 1946.
Winners of parade awards, as
announced by Mrs. Skirving, are
as follow: ,
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Future Farmers of America,
first; Camp Fire Girls and the
Juvenile Grange. tied for second
place. .
Pony Division ‘-
.JoenAuetin,ottheßivex-Road.
first; Denny Pal-thunk, of Route
2, second; Jimmy Gilkeeeon, of
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_ I Division
: Connie Diane and Larry Nel
jon, first: line] Crew-e. second;
and John Brand, of South Bart
lett Rood. m :
Done film Divide- .
? Indene Berry, of Campbell’s
Court, first; Vicki Smith. of 257
Nob am, second; Myrna Rupp.
or! 409 Second Avenue, East.
third.
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Patricia Elaine mum, of
Route 1, first: Robert and Nancy
Ann Miller. of Gilbert’s Camp,
;aecond; and Buddy bundle. of
:Route 2, third.
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sinuo- Sheet. first; Patty ner
’rou¢my. of 623 Columbia Aven
‘me, second: and Adena Penn
?berton, of Apartment 44, Park
view Homes, third, .
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1948
Penney, Building
Really By Jan. 15.
The new J. c." Penney store
building. adjoining the Washing
ton Hardware and mm
More on Kennewlck Avenue, will
be ready for business by Janu
may 15, Ted Reese, met and
builder, laid to”, .
I mum could have had the
;buildlng ready by November 15,
Reese said, but information from
’the J. C. Penney W
lndleate that six weeks will be
|required to complete Motion
,of fixtures and finishing.
l The completion date of co:
struction has been up.
;commellted. to Memento!
Hangar and Six
Planes Destroyed
In Ail-purl Fire
Fire completely destroyed the
Twin City Airport transit and
six light planes Saturday, as fire.
men battled successfully to pre
vent the explosion of several
underground tanks of high test
avia§ion gasoline adjoining the
blazing building.
Police and sheriff’s deputies
pressed 3 roving sound car, op
erated by Clarence Miller, into
service to warn spectators back
from the blaze, fearing for their
lives and safety if the buried
stores of high test gas were ever
ignited by the flames.
- Streets leading to the airport
were clogged with the cars of on;
lookers, many of whom were in,
_the city attending the second day
of the Kennewick Grape Festival‘
and Be'ntOn County Fair. ‘
The 10$ is estimated at $40,-‘
000. The six planes, valued at $1 l’,-1
000, ,were fully covered by in-‘
surance. Airport ofllcinsl said.
however, that they would he most
difficult to replace in the present
tight aircraft market.
The hangar. estimated at SB,OOO,
tools and specialized aircraftl
equipment made up the balance:
of the lon. ‘
; Origin of the fire has not been
definitely. established, but it is}
:believed that a friction spark“;
caused as workmen repaired a
plane in the hangar, may have set
it off. It was earlier reported that
the fire started from an acety
lene welding torch in use on plane
repair.
,Although the Twin City Air
portland isownedhythecityof
Kennewick, all buildings and
equipment on‘the field are the
property of Herb Renae, who
holds a long term lease on the
property. ‘
Henne is atcandidate for the
office of Kennewick Mayor, sub
ject to the city primary election
on November 9.
The city also owns Vista Air
Field, where the Kennewick Air
Service, owned by Dean Genders,
is infloperation'l'hefield is. also
used as a passenger point In In;
land Airways on their‘Walla Wal
la to Seattle flight service.
the additional fine allowed by
Dr.- Roucek Purchases
Dr. Kosche’s Practice
Dr. -Anthony F. Roucek, of
Richland, has purchased the office
of Dr. F. Kosche, dentist, located
on Kennewick Avenue next to
the Benton theatre. ‘
‘ Dr. Roucek has been affiliated{
with Kadlec hospital for the past
two years. Before coming to
Richland, he practiced dentistry
in Chicago for eight years. and
for five of those years also taught
dentistry at the Loyola University.
Dr. Roucek has also purchased
Dr. Kosche's home and will move
to Kennewick with \his wife and
two children on October 1.
18 File for (lin
Mites. Primary
lecfion Nov. 9
A last minute rush of filings!
brought the total of candidates
for city offices to eighteen beforel
the books closed at noon Satur
day.
Candidates for the office of Ma
yor are Urban L. Keolker, 619
Kennewick, avenue; Herbert Hen
ne, 1219 Kennewick ave.; and L.
M. "Mike” Cronin. 227 Second
avenue, East.
Only Kenneth E. Serier. incum
bent, 319 Third avenue. East. has!
filed for the position of City At».
torney. Salary for the position is
$1,200 and will probably be rais
ed to SI,BOO in the next city bud
get.
Four candidates have filed {or
city clerk, a position now paying
s2lsarnonthandexpectedtobe
increased in the next city bud
gettos2so.TheyareCharleeE.
Ridley, 823 Kennewick avenue;
Mildred D. Liston. 219 First ave
nue. East; Lela Owens, 20! How
ard street; and Marjorie A. ~llil
ler, 24 North Kent street.
.I. H. Cox. 117 Second avenue,
present councilman from the first
ward. is a candidate (or re-elec.
tion. He will be opposed by Doug
las Pravitz 12 Howard street. and
by Melvin K. Kohl. 14 Fourth
avenue, Bast.
Four candidates re tiled
ifrorn the second ward. “presently
served by councilman Paul Rich
mond, who will not be a candi
date for re-election: Herbert ow
ens, 418 First avenue; John Vib
ber, 722 Kennewick avenue; Ro
bert E. Jones. 22 Monroe street;
and Denny L. Mitchell. 1302 Ken
newick avenue.
Councilman Arthur W. Camp~
bell, of the third ward, is a can
didate for ne-electiOn. He will be‘
opposed by Fred Bunch. Sr., 211 i
avenue C, East. ‘
;Xewly appointed councilman-ah
. " ‘_Vgrnon E. Bean, of Leonard
Road, will not be opposed at the
electim. , 1
Candidates for city offices rum
on non-partinn tickets. The one 11
receiving the majority vote (or:
any specific office is declared}
winner of the November 9 prhnaxy
election, and his name is printed
on the official city ballots and
voted upon again at the at! we
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