Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 3, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, December 3, 1957. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Sponsored by Jaycees LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIBUNE AUTO SHOW SECTION At Armory Dec. 5,6,7,8 MAIN ENTRANCE TO ANNUAL AUTO SHOW IN NEW BUILDING PREPARE ARMORY BUILDING FOR OPENING OF AUTO SHOW The newer of Hie two local National Guard Armory buildings, in which the fourth annual Logansport Auto Show opens Thursday, is shown Sleek new cars of all sizes and descriptions will be displayed In the second National Guard Armory building, shown above, starting Thurs- above. Entrance to the show will be through the main doors of this building, after which visitors to the automotive display will visit the day evening with the opening of the annual auto show here. Members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce began preparing the armory second building, just south of the new building on South Cicott street. Sixteen new cars, including foreign and American-made sports cars, for the event Monday night with painting in the above building. Decorating was scheduled Tuesday and Wednesday, with the cars moving in will be on display. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Thursday. ' (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Annual Auto Show Opens Thursday At Armory New 1958 mode! cars, including •one foreign and one American- made sports cars, will be on display in the fourth annual Logansport Auto Show. .This great display of new model automobiles will open for a four-day run in the National Guard Armory on South Cicott street Thursday evening. Doors will swing open each eve- ning at 7 p.m. Thursday ."or three | hours. The new 1958 automobiles which will be on display will be Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Continental, DeSoto, Edsel, Ford, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Mercury, Oldsmobile, Plymouth and Studebaker. Sports cars wili be a Mercedes- Benz model and a Chevrolet Corvette. Dealers who are participating in the Logansport annual event are Havens Motors, Hendrickson Motor Sales, Hope-Luxem Co., Lutes Motors, Myers-McCain, Inc., Shilling Auto Sales and WSE Motor Sales. The show of 1958 cars is again Mink-Trimmed Gadgets Not Suitable Gifts NEW YORK (UP)—Dear Santa: [cushions, swizzle sticks with com- I've just gone through a stack | pass attachment, and household of Christmas wish books THAT incense sprays in shocking pink trip ticket to almost any place. Come to think of it, Santa, what's wrong with money! high. And I think it's only fair to report there are some things a girl can do without. Like most women, I wouldn't cans with gold caps. I spend enough time dish wash' with, diamond drips of water, at $225. And 1 don'-t need an in- WHITE COUNTY being sponsored by the Logansport Junior Chamber of Commerce, which Monday nighl painted parts of the armory buildings in preparation for the event. Decoration or the auto show site began Tuesday and was scheduled [or completion Wednesday. Cars will be' placed in the armory Thursday. The sleek, new autos, represent- ing the greatest styling changes in the history of the auto industry, will be on display for three hours .again Friday evening, from 7 to 10 p.m. Hours for the show Saturday and Sunday will be from 1 o'clock in the afternoon until 10 o'clock at night. An added attraction for ihis year's show will be musical entertainment on Thursday and Saturday nights by Charlie Gore andj the Rangers,- well-known entertainers. Gore and his group will appear between 7 and 10 o'clock both evenings, alternating appearances in the two buildings. Admission to the auto show will be 35 cents, with children under 16 admitted free whe.n accompanied by their parents. Jayettes, members of the Logansport Junior Chair.ber of Commerce auxiliary, will assist in staging the auto show. Mrs. Betty Neville will be in charge of the Jayelte work, which will include selling tickets. Jim McCord is chairman of the Jaycee committee in charge of the event. Chairman under him include William Carney, in charge of personnel: Jack Sleinberger, painting; Willis Montgomery and Gail Barber, decorating: and George Carabet, advertising. Others on the committee are Dclva Price, G. W. Wolf Jr., Eugene Donate, Marc Billman and Charles Wilkinson. say no to mink, in the form ofjitialed gold toothpick at $10 or say a coat of stole. But you can;muff pistols with ivory handles, skip me when it comes to mink-;the pair for $175. trimmed clothes pins, mink| Frankly, Santa, It you want to charms on can openers, mink-| ma i ;e a n u with us girls, I'd offer covered back scratchers, mono-h nese suggestions. It's a rare 1'e- grammed bedroom slippers with| ma i e W h 0 couldn't use another mink trim, and foam r u b b e r lp . a j r O f white kid gloves;—"short- coasters with mink tails. Chinchil-h es " ; unless she's a social gad- la's a nice fur, but I can get. about who wears a lot of formal along without it in the form of duds. We like books, records.and Santa, is a little Chinchilla evening wrap. The price is about the same. No Dinosaur, Please I don't want to sound ungrateful but I also can get along without a 12-foot stuffed dinosaur at perfume, But selection of perfume is difficult. . .better check in advance on favorite type of fragrance. Treat us to the luxury of a new handbag, an opulent hostess robe, a new cardigan or pullover. Lin< $395, or dinosaur tracks at $12 to'gerie, sure, But Santa, no black $45. or red, Go right past my stocking with j Costume jewelry, if your tastes such exotic goodies as baby bees J and mine are about the same. Or, and broiled sparrows. Just drop'something real, like that diamond off a Smithfiold ham. earrings, ring and necklace com- My apartment is just fine with- • bination I found in one catalog out gimmicky dish and bar for $47,550. towels, novelty ash trays, silver If all else fails, h'ow about a telephone dialer, silver-based pin | gift certificate, a cruise, or round- Record High Taxes Paid Personal and property tax collections in White County Jiave soared to a record high of $1,701,828.47 lor 1957, Walter McColly, county Treasurer, announced Monday. This year's tax total is expected to be increased considerably by the end of the year through de- ".inquent payments. Mr. McColly stated a good many taxpayers are delinquent and must pay an eight per cent penalty,- as required by law. The 1956 tax collection total was $1.506,374.20 including $902,332.29 received in the spring, and $603,991.91 in the fall. Collected thus far this year in the fali installment of taxes has been $692,461.66 while last springs i collections amounted to $1,009,366- I.B1. I Ditch assessments collected from Mov. 5, 1956 to May 6, 1957 was $8,912.20 and from May 6, 1957 to Nov. 4, 1957 was $144,831.17 for a total of $153,743.37. The Treasurer's office is open for business as usual after being closed for several days for tabulation of tax collections. "No, no! The Star of the Forward Look is in the Auto Show" There's never boen a brighter star than the new Plymouth! That Silver Dart Styling! That Torsion-Aire Rid«! See, drive the new Plymouth at your dealer's today. You don't need a telescope to see.Plymouth's low, low price, either! A Star of .the Forward Look... Star of the Auto Show... At The Armory SOUTH CICOTT STREET FOUR BIG DAYS • Thursday Dec. 5 7 to 10 P.M. 9 Friday Dec. 6 7 to 10 P.M. • Saturday Dec. 7 1 to 10 P.M. 0 Sunday Dec. 8 1 to 10 P.M. Admission 35 C per person CHILDREN UNDER 16 ADMITTED FREE WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS PLUS FOR TWO BIG NIGHTS DECEMBER 5th— 7 to 10 P.M. DECEMBER 7th— 7 to 10 P.M. CHARLIE GORE And The RANGERS Stars of "Indiana Hoedown" See America's Leading 'SB Model Cars Displayed By Your Local Dealers HAVENS MOTORS, Inc. LINCOLN and MERCURY HENDRICKSON MOTOR SALES CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH and DESOTO HOPE-LUXEM CO. FORD LUTES MOTORS, INC. STUDEBAKER and MERCEDES-BENZ MYERS &MCCAIN Cadillac — Oldsmobile, Inc. CADILLAC and OLDSMOBILE SHILLING AUTO SALES EDSEL WSE MOTOR SALES B uicK and CHEVROLET SPONSORED BY THE LOGANSPORT JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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