5C r nw1 Tifte Theme t m ? JUDY MARIAN FORT LAUDERDALE NEWS, Thursday, Nov. 21, '63 ... ... I Holiday's fSj A .. '....-31 1 WEST HOLLYWOOD The B-Y's of the YWCA of Broward County are humming "Christmas is just around. the corner." That's the theme of their annual benefit bazaar from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday at Miramar Recreation Building. Mrs. Ronald Delaney has been conducting weekly work shops teaching members how to make holiday decorations, glitter candle holders, fancy candles, shell craft centerpieces, tea tiles, jewelry, decorated soaps, beanbag clowns and felt elves. Proceeds from the event will be contributed to the Children's Mentally Retarded School in Hollywood. During the day. games will be provided for the children End Santa will drop in from the North Pole to make a pre-Christmas visit. Committee members who have been working on the bazaar are Mrs. Edmidio An-tonelli, chairman; Mrs. John DeLaney. Mrs. Ronald Delaney, Mrs. Thomas Dunn, Mrs. Philip Guarasci, Mrs. James Logan, Mrs. John Obermeyer, Mrs. William Rinehart and Mrs. Raymond Thayer. iScutth Errarc3 fby JudyOCohnelf andvj -vW - SrtararDaie: Whiteshield, all members of the Hollywood Arts and Craft Guild Judy O'Connell. HOLLYWOOD The traditional gathering of the clan for alumni of the University of Miami and University of Florida Orange Bowl football festivities this year will be headquartered at the Top O'the Columbus Saturday. Staying over at the hotel will be the John Kellners, the Bob Rosoffs and Danny Rosoffs joining the group for late supper after the game will be the Jim Hartleys, the Bob Andresens, the Bill Watkins and several other local football fans. The coffee sipping contingent gathered early Wednesday morning in the Hallan-dale home of Betty (Mrs. Fred) Ward to meet her visiting friend Boots (Mrs. Bad) Dickinson from West Palm Beach. Cruising in the Caribbean seas with a stopover in Kingston, Jamaica, on a five day fling are Sally and Lenny Robbins who departed Sunday from Port Everglades. Back from a flying trip to Chicago, his old home town, is Al Hines who came winging into Miami in the wee hours to be greeted by his Beach Kiwanis bowling buddies, who had just rolled a winning game Monday, Don Nelson, Frank Porto, Paul Vogelsang, Len Kelley. The Beach Kiwanians are making December a family month they'll be hosts to their ladies Dec. 2 for fashions and dinner at the Top Hat Restaurant with the gals doing the parading. The kids are in for a treat Dec. 16 when dads bring their offspring for dinner and entertainment at the annual holiday event. Annual buffet supper for members of the Hollywood Men's Golf Assn. last week brought out 120 of the 207 links buffs at Orange Brook Golf Club. Marian Dale Sinawiks of West Hollywood OPEN FRIDAY EVE 'TIL 9 P.M.