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I worked at the Twin-Vue in 1963-1965, when it was owned by the Glenny family, who also owned the liquor store and lounge next door. Busy nights meant trying to guide cars facing northwest into stalls facing southwest. We ushers made spare change by washing windshields for tips before the show started. Also, since we charged by the person while the nearby Roadium charged by the car, there were always a few cars who left the entry line with multiple passengers – only to appear moments later with only one or two people, and a pronounced lower ride toward the rear.