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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1966

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ENTERTAIN ER'S
DEL IGHT

Set of Six Plastic Coasters
With Rope Insert
for the Holiday Season.
$300

fi m
GiftT Dliver
The most rmportant thing to
crnsider in mailing Christmas
gifts is preparing and addressing
the package.
The first step in mailing a
Christmas package is a check with
the local post office to find out
about size and weight restrictions.
At the same time, the zip code of
the address should be looked up
Carefully wrapping the gift is
very important. Heavy brown pa-
per and twine should be used to
insure a 'secure package. If neces-
sary, clearly indicate on the, out-
side that the contents are fragile
or perishable. A letter may be in-
cluded if the correct postage is
paid and the package is marked
as containing a letter.
After the package is wrapped,
write the address clearly on the
outside. If you're not sure of the
address, check it in the phone
book. Be careful, though; merely
because a city is grouped under
a general heading in a telephone
directory does not mean it will be
under the same heading with the
United States Post Office. Be sure
to check all uncertain addresses
with your local post office before
mailing your Christmas ackages,
Missing packages should be
checked with the post offices to
which they were addressed. Do not
conslut your local post office be-
cause they don't keep records of
packages sent from there.
A last general rule about Christ-
mas packages: if in doubt, phone
your local post office. It is mheir
business to know how the ~mail is
run, and they will be more than
happy to assist you with your
mailing problems.
Checking with the post office
early means less work' for them
and certain delivery of your
Christmas mail.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS

American Airlines was the first the middle of April. During the parents and teen-agers alike have
company to come -up wth this first ten days of April, 1966, Amer- almost vanished. In March, 1966,
idea.I was an attempt to into- over 22,000American flew over 41,000 youn-
duce to young people, at a low cost, teen-agers; from April 3-9, United sters on stand-by, and received
Addition to STAND-iy Flights the1experience of flying. The corn- Airlines served 12764 youngsters. only 11 lett ers of complants.
?nyv hoped that they would keI lThe early skepticism that some Iis:ems that Youth Stand-by
effect from noon Monday to flOOn coming back to Ameiican when- of the airline companies had held Farcs will be around for some St
Friday, Saturday afternoon and ever they flew when they aee has now been brushed aside by time. If you an right., you really
evening, and Sunday morning, adults. Besides, there was the the extremely favorable response shouldn't have too much trouble
According to the supervisor of the extra revenue to be taken in, even that the public has afforded the getting where you want to go. And
Delta ticket counter at Detroit at half fare, that could not beY.r h
Metiopolitan Airport, Mr. Ash- realized if the sats remain YCmr
berry, both the company and the empty. At first'some o th_ the.
public are quite pleased with the airlines were skeptical about th
way the new plan is working out. success of this plan, but they did
Complaints from parents have not wait long to find out. They
virtully vanished at Delta. Even had to conform or come up ith
though not as much money is something better, or American
saved, the confirmed reservation would virtually corner the teen-
takes much of the worry out of age market. Under the pressure of
stand-by flying. This new plan competition, the other major air-
is also good for uniformed military line companies took up the battleCGYf
personnel, but they still have tne cry, giving the plan widespread
option of using the original 50 publicity once it was approved by C iristln a s G
per cent- off - take - your - chances! the Civil Aeronautics Board.
plan. If statistics are any indication'
Across the way from Delta arej of how well Youth Stand-by Fares┬░
AherEssteAyrlie onDertandr are working, then it must rye work- ( u d
the desk of American Airlinesthe ing very well. From Jan. 27, 1966,
the Easern Airines conter anearemwrkiniheneitfmust wor-
originator of Youth Fares. 1he when American Airlines first in-
stituted the cut-rate fares,- to
G. James, of Eastern, and Miss March 1, 1966, an average of 1100
Linda Zaremski, who takes care of youth stand-by's per day were
American's Youth and Military served by American. Almost 100,-
Stand-by Counter, both agree that000 D. cards were sold by Ame-
the project is working very wellan from the end of January to
and that the amount of additionalc f t nua
revenue has been "fantastic." Mar- V ;: i-me j ,x. _

)lOao JOn

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P-tl
VIP

Hottia e

ion Sadler, president of Ameriean
Airlines, said that there has been
"less trouble than we expced"
and that American has no inten-
tion of changing its plans.

HAPPY
HOLI DAYS

Sugges

312 S. State Street
Mon, and Fri. 9:00-8:30
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. 9:00-5:30

.:ms I" ="-. ' -.

Take my salary, divi
in-laws, add a few f
parties, and wherec

de it
riend
does

by family, multiply that by
s, and subtract the office
that leave me?

In elegant style for the holidays, Diane Smaller and Linda Weiner
wear full-length robes from Jacobson's.
For W" hat unique lpca agft.
"DATES TO REMEMBER"
52 FULL PAGE REPRODUCTIONS
BY FAMOUS ANN ARBOR ARTISTS
ORIGINAL RECIPES
PERPETUAL CALENDAR APPOINTMENT BOOK
Send $1.50 to: Box 1734-Ann Arbor, Michigan

TOURS
Student Travel Overseas Program
Announces their 1967
Tours
CONTACT MR. NAROZNY
CIn TRAVEL BUREAU

SPORT COATS-Fine impo
woolens in hopsacks, sheti
DRESS SHIRTS - Distincti\
body, long point button dc

I t
Follet t'
ooks

EEven I know
wer to that.
OLLETT'S

s suggests
as ideal gifts

We'll have a sale
on check books
as soon as we
find an author
who'll agree to
an autographing
Party.

for young and old
If you're trying to make the most of your Christmas
time and money, you should consider books for
your gift-giving. Of course, Follett's has loads of-
books for students-school-required and school-
approved. But, did you know that we have
non-academic books on science, religion, history,
psychology and such?
And, you will also find many gift-worthy titles in our
immense stock of fiction and non-fiction paperbacks.
With books you don't have to worry about sizes,
fits, colors, etc. Just take your cue from hobby,
current interest, profession, or job, and you can't
go wrong. There's no better way to show your
awareness and appreciation of a person than
to show your interest in their interest,

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DEC. 5
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A most unusual selection of Jewelry
Specializing in pierced earrings
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ANNOUNCING
1967 PanAm Group Flight to Europe,
for Faculty, Staff, and Students
of the University of Michigan
June 1-August 17

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June 27-August

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June 12-August 11
N.Y.-London-N.Y. . .. $300

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Ski Boots
Ski Pa nts
Ski Rentals
and all.
SKI, EQUIPMENT
Also
CCM SKATES
SEE OUR KNEE SOX-63 COLORS
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TOIILETRIES-
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