1956-The Times - 1

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Assn., the also some of Commission's vanadium should office uranium _thn I E A D I N G N E W S P A P E R T H E P E N I N S U L A ' S OF SAN MATEO COUNTY PfVOTED TO THE INTEREST in the POWDER PUFF DERBY CONTEST Year' 1947. 1I4B 1149 1150 1951 1152 1953 1134 RESl START - FINISH . . PALM SPWNGS- TAMPA · (CalU.) ' (Fla.) PAIM SPRINGS -MIAMI (Calil.) (Fla.) . SAN DIEGO -MIAMI (Calil.) (Fla.) SAN DIEGO - GREENVILLE (Calil.) (S.C.) SANTA ANA- DETROIT (Calil.) . (Mich.) SANTA ANA - TETERBORO (Calif.) , (N.}.) LA WHENCE- LONG BEACH (Mass.) (Calif.) LONG BEACH. JOfOXVILLE (Call!.) .. (Tenn 1 .) · 1955 lONalEACH-SPHINGFIHLD (Calil,). .(Mais.) P -- Represents Pilot: CP -- Represent! JME OF PAST Total M1I» WINNERS Plan* Winning Entrle. Plants _ i · i Tim.: 20:54 123. 121.165 104.052 · . 119.37 111.11 Co-Pilot. 2,544 2.410 2,341 '' i 2,355 2,171 . 1,111 2,717 11 93 . 44 . 41 .41 51 47 . Ercoupe NaTlon Pip.p Clipper Taylor=raft Cessna 14D Cessna 140 Stinson 165 Cessna 140-A Cessna 110 Winners Names P -- Mrs. Carolyn Went CP-- Miss lea Medei Mrs. Trances Nolde P -- Mrs. Lauretta Foy CP-- Mrs. Sue Kindred P -- Miss Jean Parker Passenger -- Miss "Boots" Seymour j-- Mrs. Claire Me. Millen Welters CP -- Mrs. Francos Bera P-- Mrs. Shirley Block! Froyd CP -- Miss Martha Baechle P-- MM. "Fiances Bera CP -- Mrs. MarcellcE Duke P-- Mr«. Ruth Deerman CP-- Mrs. Ruby Hayi P-- Mrs, Frances Bera CP -- Mrs. Edna Bower A Can you guess who will win the 1 10th Annual Powder Puff Derby? The aviatrix who have entered are listed on the heft below, along with their planes and average speeds. The winner will be the aircraft which .averages the highest ground speed in relation to its average par speed. Therefore, the fastest plane is not necessarily the winner. When you decide who you think will be official winner of the race, place that airplane's entry number in'the proper square in the official entry blank below. Then write in the flying time you it will take the winner to travel from start to finish -- a dirtance of 2366 The flying time will be used only if more than one contestant picks the winner. Then the person who comes closest to the selection of ihe correct flying time will i* be the winner of the Times' Powder Puff Derby contest. Winning prize'will be $50. However, if the winner is a regular, home-delivered subscriber, he or she will receive on extra bonus of $50- Entries must be mailed in a letter or posted to a postal card, postmarked prior to Thursday midnight, July 5, or delivered

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  2. 25 Jun 1956, Mon,
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