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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 207 (195)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 207
Page 207

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 207

THE THEATRE uses a permanent ticket ottice tor midweek attraction and has a portable ticket office which is run into position for the heavier weekend performances. The ramps are finished in a hard surface to protect the ladies' footwear and make walking to and from the concession a pleasure. The attraction board employs the Wagner Sign Service letters and the borders are in colored neon and blinking colored bulbs. Toilets are finished with glazed tile walls and quarry tile floors, have china fixtures and steel stall partitions. The concession stand is finished in white enameled tileboard, which is typical of the Sportservice installations, and ample storage space is provided for bottled drinks, pope corn, and the like. The designer has arranged the storage space in such a manner that the entire floor area can be scrubbed, or hosed oft, daily if necessary without disturbing the stored merchandise. An electric water cooler is provided for the free use oi the public. This drive-in has chairs in front 0! the first ramp. It also has metal tables and chairs, with gaudy beach umbrellas, on the iront lawn areas. These items are shown in the night picture. The theatre boasts a screen 32 by 40 feet. Among the latest devices to assure perfect sound and projection are Simplex 2-7 proiectors. with Peerless HyCandescent lamps. Bausch and Lomb Super Cinephor (coated) lenses, RCA sound, and RCA in-car speakers. Direct current is provided by a Hertner Transverter. Other booth equipment includes Weaver changeovers, Neumade tilm cabinets. Golde rewinders, and collateral items.

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 207