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EastEnd Susan

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  • Birthday 03/20/1957

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    Originally EastEnd Houston 1957-1975, Pasadena 1975-2001, League City 2001-present

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  1. My brother said there was an old Cushman Dealership to the east of downtown across the bayou. Close to where the old Peden Iron and Steel building was. I do know Sears sold Cushman scooters but only in red and white. My brother was trying to find the shop a friend got one that was blue and white. Thanks for trying. Much appreciated.
  2. Does anyone remember any old motorcycle shops in particular shops that sold Cushman Scooters and any Harley shops around the years 1960-1966. They would be listed in the old Houston Yellowpages but alas, I can’t find any. Thanks for any help.
  3. Back in the 70's there was a small Jewelry shop in the 700 block of Telephone Rd. It was in a small strip center with a turret looking design on one end. Many people from Austin High got their senior rings there. Back then it was painted dark brown with white trim that gave it a Swiss feel. Does anyone remember the name?
  4. I loved going to the "little store" for cokes and laffy taffy. Dibellos was located on the corner of Avenue K and 66th in the East End. It was a converted house. The building is still there.
  5. Everybody will remember you, Robert. Glad you found us.
  6. And that's the way it is. I'll miss him.
  7. The event starts at 9 a.m. and runs until... who knows. There will be muscle cars, antique cars, low riders, classic cars and who knows what else will show up. There will be live music and food. The proceeds will go to the Pearland PD for the purchase of all terraine vehicles for search efforts. Come on by and check it out. And then come inside and say hi to me at the paint counter. No.. you don't have to buy anything. When I left work this evening they were firing up the pits and icing down the drinks. See ya!
  8. Was this close to the bowling alley? I think it was called Fairlanes?? And was there a Mr. Gattis Pizza close? Or am I at a different corner? I do remember going to the Parkview and eating at the Sizzler next door.
  9. We used to slide down Hippie Hill on blocks of ice. We would get huge ice blocks from the ice house on Harrisburg and put them in coolers and drag them to the top of the hill and away we went. This was at night of course. We were the cause of all the ruts in the hill. Sorry.
  10. Wow. Is that the naked Esperson Building? Yes it is! I really enjoyed the photos on that site especially the ones of Galveston. Thanks for posting.
  11. Thanks for the pics. I never knew Waco was such a pretty and quaint place.
  12. Is that tall yellow oil derick still on the gulf frwy? It was on the inbound side right after Howard Johnsons and before Oshmans Warehouse very close to Wayside. I remember it from back in the sixties. I think it was advertisement for the office complex that was built there. Lots of identical little white office buildings. It had a name but I can't recall. Maybe something like Office City.
  13. Same thing happened to me last year. I left my full recycle bin out to be picked up and when I returned home I had no bin. The next week it was replaced with a new red bin from a different company.
  14. I remember Mr. Blue. The last time I heard it was on National Lampoons Vacation right before Clark wakes up and realizes he's been sleep driving. Call me Mr. Blue. My song is Young Love by Tab Hunter.
  15. Evil is right! I felt strange for days after I went there. I could'nt get the place off my mind. Climbing up on the wall and getting the pic of the staircase really gave me the heebie geebies. I was feet from where the murder took place and the atmosphere was just chilling. I felt like I was being watched the entire time. I had taken a brick from the front entrance as some sort of macabre souvenier but took it back and tossed it in the yard. No bad karma for me!
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