Clipped From The Brookshire Times
LoborDoyToornomtnfWinntr* This fine group of men were trophy winners, too, at Green Meadows on Labor Day. Partners to become Championship Flight runners-up are Ray Pfeifer, standing left and Lionel Spretz, directly in front of him; next is Jack Town send, standing and Tom Sooy, in front, who won the 2nd flight; runners-up were Mike Corbell and David Scott in front; winners of the 3rd flight was Harold Sauer standing, right and John WhWey in front. Watch For Thoso Bisosl The Board of Alder- nen of the City of trookshire wish to call to the attention of all wrsons who drive within he City that they are required to stop for school >uses loading and unload- ng children. The terms of the City's ordinance call for drivers to stop upon meeting or overtak- ng a school bus either oadlng or discharging children. The driver may then proceed at a rate of speed not to exceed ten miles per hour. Editorial — This same law applies to all highways and roads throughout Texas. In the City of Katy the vehicle is to stop and stay stopped until the )U9 is in motion. First Flight Winner! Winners of the First Flight were John Campbell and Melvin Scott who finished late in the afternoon at Green Meadows. There were 42 couples in the tournament and about 400 played the 18 hole Course Labor Day.