JUNE 13, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE
Birthdays, Mr. Drummer
By the staff of the Montrose Voice
Many items appear in Soap out of
Don Bye of the Ripcord just returned from
an extensive (6 state, 23 trick) bike run. He
now walks funny.
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Gary of the Ripcord and Chuck and Mitzi of
Rascal's went fishing in Galveston and
caught a ton of seaweed. Great fishermen
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Ronnie has not taken the money and ran.
Michael's is reopening in a few weeks
Reconstruction is underway.
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According to Cousin's wall, men come
three sizes: small, medium, and Oh my God!
The staff there all seems to know, too.
Happy Birthdays go out to: Louise of Kwik
Wash, Jay and Bill from KJ's, plus speedy
birthday recoveries to Brian of B. Adams
and Gaye (our favorite exterminator) of
Results Pest Control.
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Thank goodness David of Whole Foods and
Little Bit have reconciled their differences,
as they make a lovely couple. You know
how those leprechans can be!
Inmate Adrian, prisoner of
Happy 5th anniversary, Red!
The AIDS Foundation of Houston invites
the public to an open house of their new
offices this Monday from 7 to 9pm in the
Cody's Building next to Montrose's favorite
Kroger on Montrose, suite 700.
After five years of working at Mary's, no
straight jacket is required. Happy Anniversary to both Red and Maria. (By the way
Maria, the story is out that you were in Moldavia last weekend, but we know better.
Let's hope that stripes are fashionable for
your summer attire.)
Don't miss Chute's Bananna-eating contest
Friday at 11pm (that's tonight). Also pool
tourneys are held Wednesdays at 9pm.
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Mr. Southwest Drummer Contest hits the
patio of Chutes Sunday at 6pm.
Like to Skate? Have fun doing it with the
Colt 45's on Monday, June 16, at the Carousel Skating Rink on 1-10 beginning at 8pm.
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Dickie (K.D.. or whoever you are this week),
what is it at Cutter's that interests you these
days? Could it be the great food, or possibly
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On Wednesday, The Greater Montrose Business Guild recieved a
proclamation from Mayor Katherine Whitmire; (I to r) VP Bill Yon,
Clark Moore, Clintine Cashion (mayor's representative), Bob Bagot.
and Guild President Phyllis Frye.
Jay and Harold, two of K.J. 's
The 10th annual Juneteenth extravaganza
will be held on Monday at Rich's from 8pm
til 2. A Texas-size celebration, for sure.
Greenway Theater will have a screening of
the movie "Parting Glances" Wednesday
June 18, as a benefit for the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard.
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Speaking ot movies, the classic "Rocky Horror Picture Show" comes to Marys Tuesday
at 10pm and Friday the 20th ... naturally.
The Apple is no more It's now the Rock
Stop, at 209 Westheimer. (We're really talking Lower Westheimer.) "Mama Jim" (Dirty
Sally's, Cesear's Palace, Fame. Midnite
Sun) will be making a guest bartending
appearance this Saturday with 25C hot dogs
and 25<t draft beer.
Meet the contestants for Mr
Southwest Drummer Contest
(Chutes, 6pm Sunday)
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