1961-The Corpus Christie Caller-Times - 2
Robs loca 1 c o i; Re yes wil Sacred Unofficial third place was held by Miss Irene Leverton, North Hollywood, Calif., arid Teckla Caufman, Pacific Palisades, Calif. Since the Powder Puff Derby began in 19-17, Mrs. Bera placed irst four previous times, each inic with a copilot. She also vas copilot of one other winning earn and was on the second place cara in 1954. Her victories came n 3953, 1955, 1956 and 1958. Mrs. Saunders, who flew with Vliss Douglas to victory last year, ilso won the 1959 race with another copilot. The final Computations on the rder of finish will be based on he flying time needed to conv ilete the race compared to the :apabilily of the aircraft. Others in the top 15 unofficial- y were: 4. Mrs. Frances Miller, Coium- iia, S. C. and Miss Sylvia Roth, Glencoc, III. 5. Mrs. Pauline Glasson and .Irs. Lena Jackson, both of Cor- ius Christ!, Texas. G. Mrs. Jean Rose, Gardens, Calif., and Mrs. Elba Dcdes, El egundo, Calif. 7. Mrs. Patricia, Gladncy, Los Utos, Calif., and Mrs. Margaret landish, Mountain View, Calif. S. Mrs. Margaret Callaway, Willington, Willington, Ohio, and Miss Lindy ioycs, Piedmont, Calif. Joan Huckeba, both Dallas, Texas. Texas. 14. Mrs. Claire Walters and Miss Betty Jane Bans, both Los Angeles. 15. Mrs. Thelma Bishop, La Jolla, Jolla, and Mrs. Betty Lambert, San Diego, Calif. Former Residents Vacation in Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Hatfield, Hatfield, formerly of Corpus Christi, have returned to their home in San Antonio after visiting his mother and brothers in Colorado. The Haffields formerly lived here at !306 Harry. He was employed employed at the Overhaul .Repair Department at the Naval Air Station. Station. He is now employed at Kelly Kelly Air Force Base. Mrs. Hatfield is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hancock, 3454 San Antonio, TV Talk Scheduled Mrs. Doyle Stewart and Mrs. Thurman Willis, two leaders in the promotion oÂ£ Icindergartens in the local public schools, will talk on KZTV at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow. tomorrow.