The Bellaire Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 31, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 14, 1955 Page: 4 of 16
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THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
Wednesday, September 14, 1955
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
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215 N. 6th St, Bellaire, Texas
P. O. Box 3001
Telephones: MO 7-1701; MO 7-1702—Classified: MO 7-1702
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BELLAIRE
Second Class mail privileges authorized at Bellaire, Texas.
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will gladly be corrected when brought to the attention of the Publisher.
Bellaire, Texas, Wednesday, September 14, 1955
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of juveniles—both boys and girls
—barred from the pool this sum-
mer. Fourteen names on the list.
Aug. 18, 4:27 p.m.: Police re-
ceived numerous complaints
about some teen-agers having
loud party at . . . Complaints
also reported excessive drinking
and racing up and down street.
Two boys, aged 16, brought to
station and questioned. Stated
had been at a drinking party with
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On Sept. 5: Juvenile Officer
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she bought 28 cans of beer on
Sept. 8: Mrs. . . . and Mrs. . . .
reported seeing on three occasions
J juveniles syphoning gas from
tank of cars left on streets at
Sept. 9: All leads on two 15-
year-old girls who disappeared
two weeks before unfounded.
Aug. 26: Three boys ... all 15,
picked up and brought to station
for questioning in regards to
frozen food taken from deep
freeze. Boys admitted taking food
and tire and wheel from . . .
Parents contacted and boys and
parents given stern lacture. The
parents agreed to pay for food
and give boys closer supervision.
Aug\ 25: Fourteen-year-old left
. . . without paying for ice cream.
Returned and got this straighten-
Aug-. 16: Two boys . . . both 12,
picked up in connection with
breaking windows in city trucks.
Aug-. 15: Mr. .. . reported some
boys ran into garage and took
case of cokes.
Aug-. 15: . . . called to complain
about teen-age boys racing in
car down street and making ob-
scene remarks to women in block.
Car almost hit child and had run
up in yard of some residences.
Four 15-year-olds (two from
Bellaire, two from West Univer-
sity) picked up and brought to
station. Released to parents.
Aug-. 10: . . . reported a Buick
stopped on Richmond Road and
Avenue A. Four teen-age boys
Boys changed drivers, one boy
was carrying a pistol, another :>
Aug. 5: Three boys, two 13, one
12, picked up in connection with
burglary of office in Community
Building. One boy admitted to
theft and dividing money with
second one. Third and fourth
not involved. Parents called.
Aug. 4: Mrs. . . . reported teen-
age boy parked bicycle in front
of her home and prowling neigh-
borhood peeking in windows.
Aug. 4: Second report from
Southern Pacific Railroad com-
pany officials of “some boys
throwing rocks at passing train,
July 28: . . . Garage reported
holding two boys who had taken
chrome exhaust pipe extension.
Brought to station, lectured and
released to parents.
July 27: Mrs. . . . reported a
teen-aged boy came to their
home uninvited; cursed and slap-
ped her daughter, 15. Both par-
ents and children brought to
station and straightened out the
situation to every one’s satisfac-
July 24: West University po-
lice reported attempted burglary
in which ... a Bellaire boy
July 19: Mrs. . . . called to re-
port that black convertible with
teen-age driver obviously drunk
had circled through her yard,
and flower beds and headed on
Chimney Rock Road. Car had
been racing with another car.
July 7: Stopped some boys
racing up and down the street.
Driver without drivers’ license.
July 6: Mrs. . . . reported three
teen-age boys had been in one of
newly completed houses at . . .
Continued on Page 5)
Work Begun On
Buick Office Bldg.
Building of the temporary
sales office for the Paul Hudi-
burg Buick Company began this
week on the Weingarten proper-
ty on Bellaire Boulevard. Four
lots will be black topped to better
Permanent location for the
newest Bellaire business will be
on the present Kiefer property
on Bellaire Boulevard just past
the Circle. There a 25,000 square
foot building will be built. When
fully set up, the agency will
employ 85 people, Mr. Hudiburg
Until that time Mr. Hudiburg,
long-time associate with General
Motors, will be doing business
in the 5100 block of Bellaire
Boulevard, specializing in Buick
sales and service.
Mr. Hudiburg, former owner
of the Buick Agency at Free-
port and Angleton, and Mrs.
Hudiburg are living at 4429
Hazelton in Willow Bend.
Adult Classes Set
Registration time for the new
adult education classes at Bell-
aire High School has been set
for next week from 2 through
5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Classes will begin on Sept. 26
At registration time a tenta-
tive schedule will be available
with a variety of courses and
group meetings noted, announces
R. W. Phipps, adult education
Mr. Phipps and assistants will
be in the adult education office
in the classroom building of the
new high school. The office ad-
joins Principal Harlan Andrews’
office on the ground floor.
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Mercer, Carolyn. The Bellaire Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 31, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 14, 1955, newspaper, September 14, 1955; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth522020/m1/4/: accessed May 27, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.