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At that time, non-reserved spots at the swap meet cost sellers $8 to $18, and reserved fees were $10 to $23, ‘pending the day of the week. Hollingshead pays $400 for a four-day rental of Wives Beware when indoor exhibitors can get it for $20 a week! Burton earned national headlines in 1974, when she successfully campaigned to get her 12-year-old daughter Robyn on the Solana Beach Little League team, an almost unheard-of achievement for a girl at the time. The lot was ringed by eucalyptus trees, and the speaker poles never did get replaced by radio sound, unlike at most southern California ozones. The paved lot was seeing lots of daytime use after Monte Kobey took over the struggling San Diego Swap Meet, which had operated in the locale since 1976. The graduate of Arizona State University (with degrees in advertising and marketing) had spent nine years working for radio and television stations before being named general manager of his father-in-law’s Phoenix company, Park & Swap. In 1993, it was assessed a state tax lien of $1272, and its parent firm in Vista was still paying off thousands of dollars in outstanding advertising bills due to the San Diego Union-Tribune, which was refusing to take new advertising for the Harbor or its sister drive-in the Aero in El Cajon.
Ashkins (61 C2d 283), plaintiff Russo (whose family ran many San Diego theaters) owned 54 percent of the Tu-Vu Drive-In Corporation stock, defendant Ashkins owned 39 percent, and a third party owned 7 percent. “You can bring a whole family in here, and it don’t matter if you talk, and a carload of folks can pile in for $4… Players can verify the fairness of the game by checking the hash of the bet and comparing it with the final outcome. These can be configured repeatedly with apirone. The shopping center that replaced the drive-in uses small reproductions of the majorette in building signage. The Rancho Drive-In’s screen last flickered October 17, 1978. The property was later occupied by a Chevron station, a McDonald’s, and a Cox Communications building. “I believe that the property was owned by Einer. The scope of the stories illustrates the history of this one drive-in (and, by extension, all drive-ins) as they moved from their peak popularity (about 11,000 screens) to the currently depleted, but still vital 400 screens nationwide. 1982: Around 2130 drive-ins still standing.
Santee employees say they still have to be vigilant about gate-crashers. At this writing, admission at the Santee is $8. Preacher Robert A. Schuller tried to talk the city into letting him hold church services on the Mission Drive-in lot, as his father Rev. Robert Harold Schuller had famously done in 1955 on the roof of the Orange Drive-in snack bar. Speaking of pilots, in October, 1982, a single-engine Bonanza plane taking off from the Oceanside Municipal Airport crashed northeast of the runway, close to the drive-in lot, killing the four people aboard. O’Leary was charged with unlawful killing and was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Friends held our spots while three of us went down the road to attempt sneaking into the single-screen Midway to see Star Trek: The Motion Picture, with no plan as to what we’d do once inside (I guess we assumed we could sit near a speaker pole and not be noticed).