1961-The Corpus Christie Caller-Times
Mu Ho Green 66 Local Fliers in Top 15 in Derby ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (3D --I 9. Mrs. Mary Ann Craig, Santa Mrs. Frances S. Bera of Long Beach, Calif., appeared today to have won her fifth Powder Puff Derby. Mrs. Bera, who flew (he transcontinental transcontinental air race for women alone, placed first in unofficial iigures. The results were not to 56 made official until after a pilots' pilots' meeting later in Â· the day. Last year's winning team of Aiieen Saunders, El Cajon, Calif., and Bliss June Douglas, West Hawthorne, Calif. Monica, Calif., and Mrs. Dru Benefiel, Los Angeles. 10. Mrs. Marion Betzler, Columbus, Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Gertrude Lockwood, La Jolla, Calif. 11. Mrs. Mary Ann Noah, Mission, Mission, Kan., and Mrs. Joan Manda, Manda, Pleasant Hill, Mo. 12. Mrs. Betty Miller, Los Angeles, Angeles, and Miss Dana Rawling, 'aim Beach, Fla., were second n the unofficial standings. Unofficial third place was held 13. Mrs. Pat Jetton and Miss Joan Huckeba, both Dallas, Texas. Texas.