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II Palm Beach Post-Times. Saturday, Nov. 9, 1968 Game Fish Move South Seminoles Look To Air Vs. Bulldogs It should be on of the better 709 yards and three TD's. OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow By JACK HAKPEK TALLAHASSEE (AFN) "They forgot their philosophy and have got to get It back," poignantly remarked Coach Bill Peterson after his Seminoles suffered a humiliating 40-22 defeat by Virginia Tech. That philosophy simply is "Get the ball to Ron Sellers." Saturday afternoon at Stark-vllle, Miss., Peterson will know if his Seminole aerial circus has regained its basic winning philosophy when FSU takes on Mississippi State. college football games to watch as the combination of Bill Cap-pieman to Ron Sellers will be pitted against one of the best pass-catch twosomes in the Southeastern Conference. Bulldog quarterback Tommy Pharr, who sets new school records every time he throws, has completed 106 passes for 211 attempts for 1,213 yards and four touchdowns. And Mississippi's split end Sammy Milner is the SEC's top receiver with 50 receptions for Northerly winds Friday did not reach the velocities that had been predicted, but they were strong enough to start the current and small migratory gamefish moving southward. Northeast winds of 15 m.p.h. were forecast along the waterfront today. If these winds materialize, the current and fish should maybe be expected to continue in a southerly direction. The southernmost mackerel activity during the day was reported by Frank Williams, of the Juno Beach Pier. A school of mackerel put in an appearance off the pier late in the afternoon, but they were out of casting range most of the time. Wilder Clapp took five mackerel and Tim Lupton caught four from the pier. I.ale in the day, two net boats arrived on the scene. Net fishermen and (rollers again look mackerel and blues in the St. Lucie Inlet area, and surf fishermen began to catch blues at Jensen Beach during the afternoon. Blues continue to hit inshore from SI. Lucie Inlet, and pompano are beginning to show up in the Indian Kiver. Trout were taken on the Indian Kiver flats near Jensen Beach. I'ompano fishing was slow in Lake Worth during the day, but the action could pick up over the weekend. Offshore lishing looks promising, with sailfish, kingfish, dol-phin and snapper heading the ocean gamefish list. Speckled perch are still being caught in sizeable numbers on the north shore of Lake Okeechobee, according to word received Irom Joe and Wanda's Camp. Joe Johansen said catches are running M to 111 per fisherman in the Kissimmee River and the north end of (iovernmenl Cut. Speckled perch fishing Is spotty in the Belle Glade area, hut (ilenn Davies and I). T. Patterson took 10 bass yesterday fishing off the South Shore. Davies' largest bass, a seven-pounder, was entered in the Belle (.lade weekly contest. According to a report from the Loxahatchee Recreation Area, bass are being taken on the flats on both sides of the west canal. The largemouths are running up to six pounds and are hitting Gollywhompers (plastic worms) and live shiners. Sunday Hunting Legal An old Florida blue law that prohibits hunting on Sundays, and which has been enforced by a number of Florida sheriffs recently, was given the axe Friday by Circuil Court judge. Judge George Patton ruled that Ihe Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's regulation that allows Sunday hunting "supersedes" the old law. The judge dismissed charges against a Union County hunter who was arrested in a dove field by deputies early this month. The case was considered a test of the state game and fish commission's right to allow Sunday hunting under constitutional authority. Judge Patton said he did not rule that the state statute against the firing of guns or the taking of game on Sunday is unconstitutional. "I simply ruled that the game commission's right to set its regulations supersedes that," said the judge. He added that the application of the blue law is "Inconsistent" with the regulations of the commission and would, in effect, close a portion of the season set by the game commission. BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis 0 Pro -Am Trials On Riviera Lanes Gators Face Bulldogs In Traditional By STEVE HARVEY A funny thing happend to New Mexico Saturday in the second half ot a game it led, 'IX T. Ariuna State scored .V points. The result w as a 6.'1-2H loss for New Mexico, the third time this ..ear it has allowed ."r or more points in a game. And the Lobos hi Id on stubbornly to the No. 1 position in the Bottom Ten poll aiming the nation's most inept college football teams. Letting your opponent score 56 points in one half is no easy trick. This requires him to cross your goal line every three minutes and 43 seconds. Arizona State fullback Art Malone helped by gaining 'I'M) yards. Tin No. 2 team. Wisconsin, performing in the tradition of the liotlom Ten, missed two field goals in the final two minutes to lose, 213). in Indiana. Borom Ten selectors tearfully noted that Columbia left the i inks ol Ihe winless with a .'-1-25 win over Cornell. At a special meeting, Maryland was voted back into the rankings. 1. N'ewMeico(0-i 1. Wisconsin ill Hi I. Miss. State 1 0-6-1 i i. Pittsburgh i 1-6 "i. Navy I 1-6 i. ( olumbia i l a i . . Rico II a-H s. Illinois (0-7 i Tulane i Mi' 10. ColoradoState i2l L AST LOSS 2X-6.I, Arizona State 20-21, Indiana 1.1-20, Alabama IMS, Miami 14- la, Notre Dame Del. Cornell, .14-25 l.V.'W Texas Tech 17-T), Purdue 7-21 Vanderbilt 14-Hi Wyoming NEXTROl'T N. Mexico St. (Nov. 16 Ohio State Florida State Notre Dame Georgia Tech Dartmouth Arkansas Michigan Tulsa V.TcxasSt.(Nov.l6 11. Cornell i2--i; 12. Northwestern (Mil; 13. Kansas Slate 14. Washington State (1-5-1); 15. Baylor (1-5); 16. Oklahoma Siale il -5i; 17. North Carolina (2 ( ai olina 1 2-5 1 ; 20. Iowa State 1.15). KOI T OK 'I'll V. WEEK; Notre Dame at Pittsburgh CKl'MMY (i.VME OF THE WEEK: Columbia at Dartmouth , SPECIAL CITATIONS: Wisconsin Missed six field goals against Indiana, while making none. Northwestern Began new lnsing streak with helpol five intercepted passes. .., '.c mm i il CHARLIE TOLLIVER 278atVerdes TELEVISION Today 1:45 p.m. NCAA FOOTBALL Purdue at Minnesota (12) and at 4: 30 (Delayed) (10). 1:43 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Miami at Penn State (10). 6:30 p.m. PRO GOLF Third round, Hawaiian Open ( 5 ). Sunday 11:30 a.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Pitt at Notre Dame highlights (7). 12 noon COLLEGE FOOTBALL Florida at Georgia (Replay) (l'HF-34) and Pitt at Notre Dame highlights (12). 1:13 NFL FOOTBALL DOU-BLEHEADER Baltimore at Detroit; 3:30 New York at Dallas (4 and L'HF-34). 1:30 AFL FOOTBALL Miami at Buffalo (5-7). 2 p.m. C OLLEGE FOOTBALL Highlights of Saturday's Pitt-No t re Dame Kansas-Oklahoma, Miami Penn State, Michigan-Illinois, Southern Cal-California, Alabama-L.SU game (10-12) 6 p.m. PRO GOLF Final round Hawaiian Open (5-7). RADIO (Today) 1:15 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Miami at Penn State (VVEAT-830). 1:43 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Georgia vs. Florida Lniv. at Jacksonville (W INO-1230 and WDBF-1420) 2:10 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Pitt at Notre Dame (HHEVV-1600) (Sunday) 1:30 p.m. AFL FOOTBALL Miami at Buffalo (W'HElV-1600) 7:43 p.m. ABA BASKETBALL Oakland Oaks vs. Floridians atMiami(VVIIEW-7:15) Davis Cup Zone Play Favors US SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) The heavily-favored United States received a break in Ihe draw Friday when Arthur Ashe of Richmond, Va., was matched against India's No. 2 player, Prcmjit Lall, in the opening singles of Ihe Davis Cup Interzone final Saturday. The Indians had hoped that Ramanathan Krishnan, their 31-year-old ace, would be pitted against Ashe, the American No. 1 and winner of the U.S. Amateur and Open tennis championships. Instead, Krishnan will meet power-serving Clark Graebner of New York in the second singles contest. On a given day, Krishnan has the game to beat anyone In the world. He has to win both of his singles matches to give the underdogs any chance of upsetting the Yankees in the best-of-5 series. Lall, 27, doesn't figure to extend the 25-year-old Ashe. Given a 1-0 lead, Graebner, a 25-year-old New York business executive, could blow Krishnan off the fast courts of the Caribe Hilton Hotel. Ihe Indians are at their best on slow courts while the Americans favor fast courts. "The courts here are very fast," said Luis Ayala, the Chilean pro who has been coaching the Indians. "It will be an uphill battle for our players." The opening match was scheduled for 11:115 a.m., EST. The doubles Sunday will start at 1:30 p.m., EST. In the doubles, Donald Dell, the non-playing U.S. captain, will go with his Los Angeles team of Stan Smith and Bob Lutz against Krishnan and Jai-dlp Mukerjea. On Monday, Graebner will oppose Lall and Ashe will face Krishnan. The winner will earn the right to meet Australia's Cup holders in the Challenge Round at Adelaide, Australia, Dec. 26-28. I Sports I On Air I 180, Pat Alfele 179. Lantana Classic: Gene Marchant 207-205, Frank O'Blov 239, Joe Wha-len 214, George Ulrichnv 213, Chuck Clarke 212, Waldren Southworth 211, Hal Schaarup 205, George Psaropolous and Lou Schroeder 201s, Harold Feehtmeyer, Todd Barton and Bert Grix 200s. TRIANGLE CENTER LAN- Gladettes: Roe Marshino 554 (203), Martha Brane 538 (191), Barbara Bushin 483 (107). Lake League: Bill Kapke 620 (218), Bill Marshino WW (257), Jim Johnson 604 (231). Sawgrass: Terry Moss 628 (225-203), Harvey Lemons 567 (200), Russell Fox 563 (226). Lake Roadrunners: Gloria Ingram 448 (161), Rubv Cantrell 423 (148), Dora Wilcox 406 (154). Rockcttes: Linda Nolan 531 (189) , Tab Griner 483 (1651, Linda Plank 465 (1851. Merry Mix-ups: Bill Marshino 518 (183), Jimmy Johnson 513, Rin Bronk 413, Bill Bursztynskl 183, Harvev Lemons 183. Early Birds:' Lois Moss 486 (179), Wii-lie Kelsoe 483 (187), Junie Duda 467 (173). Muck League: Rob Brane 578 ( 221), Ray Ket-chum 569 (214-200), Bill Sage 566 (210), Harvey Lemons 566. GARDEN LANES Elks: Dale Jones 582 (201). T.N.T. League: Jim Sutherland 549 (190) , Phil Kinsey 539, Dean Barzee 527 (202), Randy Byrd 507 (199), Georrre Mansfield 507, Chuck Limerick 502. P-Petticoat: Marvel Larsen 516 (189), Marv Lowe 478 (194), June Warren 473 (185), Nell Brown 472 (175), Mae Reinauer 467 (191), Sally Scrapp 441 (162), Lou Ruther 441 (1681. Morning Mrs. Nancy Olson 556 (245) a new season high set and single for league, Terry Esposito 488 (165), Carol McCov 483 (169), Mavis Nuss 474 (172), Helen Strassburger 474 (172). VERDES TROPICANA Major Mixed Foursomes: William Conway 583, Oswald Jacobs 561, William Shields, Thomas Jones, George Travis, Lorraine Eaton 546s, William Ingram 216, Lorraine Eaton, John Kutzmer 213s. TROPI-CAIRES: Zee Steen 480 (168), Juanita Patterson 478 (195), Barbara Hagan 478 (177), Gen Peters 474 (171), Carol Bailey 171, Faye Wilson 168. Moose Mixed: Fanny Anderson 567, Dick Conner 554, Bob Goolrum 540, Richard Cha-bot 205, Richard Merando 216. Satellite: John Henning 581 (212), Harry Gamble 564 (224), John Kutzner 549 (219), Monk Narramore 540 (198), Don Williams 527 (206), Dave Sicker- man 525 (194), Don Hinkle 525 (185). Palm Springs Mixed Foursome: Edgar Robertson 547 (194), Jerry Rojt 520, Ed Slater 509, Helen Lowrie 481 (168), Norma Robertson 477 (188),EvelvnBensel463(168). Sebring Sanction Change Is Denied Florida State's all American flanker Ron Sellers Is back In , game shape after a bout with the flu and a muscle injury that no ticeably slowed him, and the team, against Virginia Tech. He has caught 47 passes in six games for 81a yards and six . scores this season, and will be shooting for several national and career records Saturday. ', Quarterback Bill Cappleman. nf!r tnlnntr ftvor 1mrr l!ai. Pajclc in the third game, has completed 82 of 168 passes for 1,237 yards and 10 touchdowns. His trademark is a bullet-like short pass that is seldom intercepted and a deadly accurate long bomb. His timing was off last week (five aerials were Intercepted) . but pushed by sophomore quarterback Tommy Warren w ho is anxious to play, he is expected to go all out against the Bulldogs. Due to the type of offenses vhich will be pitted against each ither Saturday, a high scoring ame is expected. Defense has been Mississippi State's prime problem this season, allowing 2S points per game, but they can score. Only Auburn has shut them out. In every other game their scoring has hit two figures. The Bulldogs have an 06-1 season while FSU 1.- 4-2. Last week Mississippi State frightened Alabama before bowing 20-13. Their tie came against southwest conference co-leader Texas Tech, 28-28, earlier this season. Coach Peterson has made six personnel changes In his defensive unit, providing, he hopes, an incentive and spirit of competition which seemed lacking last week. He has also hinted the first string offense would be juggled some if the varsity didn't play its best. vveve oeeti in sume luugn spots and on Ihe spot before," he said Friday, -'and we've always made a comeback." With Ron Sellers back game-' ready and his teammates remembering their basic philosophy, FSU means to do just that Saturday. Bulls Waive CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association today placed reserve Ken Wllburn on the waiver list Friday. Wllburn, 6-foot 6 former Ohio State star, was recalled this season from the Bulls' Scran-ton, Pa., club I the Eastern League but saw little service. Koyals Add bcout KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Royals brought their number of scouts to 14 Friday with the signing of former major league pitcher Bill Fischer Jr. The American League base- hull Huh :iiH Vkrhnr'c tprrltn. ry will be assigned later. mmcim POST TIME 8:00 PM CtOMO IUMMVI NO WINOftS FEATURING THE JUST OFF THC NORTH SOUTH X WAV II Ml EXIT AT 12S OH 10) STREETS BROWARD 524-0747 FROM pm DOG TRACK 1 Qualifying for the National Pro-Am celebrity bowling tournament in Mobile next April has been started at the Riviera Lanes and will close March 29. Riviera is sponsoring this local qualifying designed to send two men and a woman. Last year Riviera sent Don Winner of Riviera Beach to Mobile. The qualifying works like this: Male bowlers use 75 per cent of their highest average from 210, and women 75 per cent from 200. They can bowl as often as they like, open bowling, or can use their league bowling. An entry fee is charged and this is used to pay the $100 entry fee per bowler of those sent to Mobile. Whatever is left over from the entry fees goes to defray the expenses of the bowlers to Mobile. A leader board Ls set up the 48 highest scores being placed on it. Any time a bowler comes in with a score higher than any on the board, the lowest bowler is "bumped," but will have a chance to regain a place on the board up until March 29. On March 30, there will be a three-game roll-off with the top two men and top woman bowler getting the Mobile trip. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK A 278 game by Charlie Tolliver in the Thursday Night Mixed Foursomes at Verdes. It included 10 strikes in a row, was the highest of his bowling career. He gets a century patch for rolling 100 pins over and well over his average of 149. Charlie Black-well, a 630 set with 267 single in the Gold Coast Scratch at Major League Lanes. Bill Kapke a 257 in the Lake League at Triangle Center Lanes in Belle Glade . . . The oddest foul of the season: Wes Yates, bowling in the Lantana Classic league, hit the line so fast on No. 12 lane that he lost his balance and fell over the foul line on Lane No. 10. MAJOR LEAGUE LANES Servicemen's League: Harry Maxwell 533 (191), Howard Roux 519 (192), Kenneth Carlton 516 (192), Jack Thompson 514 (236). The V.F.W. team of West Palm in this league needs one more regular bowler for Its Tuesday 6:30 p.m. bowling. George's Meat League: Au drey Weber 483 (209), Carolyn Denny 436, Margie Stahman 439, Mary Suggs, Julie Diamond and Helen Llndskog 166s. Major Mixed Foursomes: Fred Grlllo 569 ( 206), Richard Alello 564 (202), Clarence Ru-back 517 (191), Marge McKis-sick 491 (177), Pearl Marks 487 (175), Kay Donofrlo 453 (171). Jim Finley's 4-game Scratch League: Katie Ice 665 (185), Donna Walter 661 (172), Barbara Lyon 661 (241), Kitty Gilbert 187, Virginia Chamberlain 211, Grace Halbin 179, Elsie DeLuca 178. Gold Coast Classic: Charlie Blackwell 630 (267), Larry Hall 594, Herb Soulhgate 586 (224), Robert Christiant 234, Art Trout 223, Tom Barnes 220. LANTANA LANES - Tropical League: Bill Salfes 563 (209), Bill Haluska 506 ( 210), Ray Roush 517 (186), Frank Ve-clotch 210. Mixup League: Bill Basom 565, Norma Pyfrln 533, Harold Holts 524, Pat Molv-neaux 191, Bob Gridley 178, Grace Wright 175. Men's Sunshine Scratch: Fred Sehaef fer 566 ( 231-204), Don Pappert 551 (216), Fred Bailey 546 (199), Frank Baxa 212. Donut Dunkers: Carol Missimer 528 (230), Kay Angelini 484 ( 202), Lorraine Eaton 4 (174), Betty Maxim 203, Gladys Partridge still has the speed to outrun most backfield men. Scott leads the nation in punt returns and Is ranked high nationally in pass interceptions with seven, two of them returned forTDs. Other lop defensive performers for Georgia Include linebacker Happy Bicks, a strong candidate for All SEC honors, and Billy Payne, an offensive player who has switched to defensive end this year and is considered one of the best in the league. Offensively, Georgia has changed its whole Image this season. Always known for a grinding ground game, the Bulldogs have come out passing this year with sophomore quarterback MikeCavan at the helm. Cavan has thus far thrown for 1,098m yards and six touchdowns. A good example of his ability can be seen In last week's lie. With the ball at the Georgia nine-yard line, trailing 10-7, Cavan took his team to Ihe Houston 22 in less than a minute. From there Jim McCul-lough kicked a field goal with 12 seconds remaining for a 10-10 tie. Cavin's favorite receivers are split ends Dennis Hughes, who has good speed for a 210-pound-er, and sophomore Charles Whittemore, ranked fourth In the SEC with 28 catches for 424 yards and one TD. The Georgia running attack is led by 9.6 tailback Kent Lawrence, but fullback Bruce Kemp, second behind Florida's Smith in conference rushing with 453 yards on 103 carries, Is Injured and expected to miss the game. Brad Johnson will start In Kemp's absense. Graves and Dooley are 2-2 against each other In this hard-fought series and the feeling In Gainesville Is that today's game could be just as close as those since 1960. A Florida win today, however, would be considered a major upset as the Bulldogs are two-touchdown favorites to stay undefeated and In the thick of the SEC race. Army Adds New Seats WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -Army Is adding 11,0X10 seats to Michie Stadium by double decking the west stand to bring the capacity to 42,000, Maj. Gen. Samuel W. Koster, academy superintendent, announced Saturday. The cost of the expansion Is $1.9 million and will be financed with Army Athletic Association funds. The construction will be completed In time for the 1969 football season. Army plays six home games next year: New Mexico, Sept. 20; Texas A&M, Oct. 4; Utah State, Oct. 18; Boston College, Oct. 25; Air Force, Nov. 1, and Pittsburgh, Nov. 15. The second level of the west stand will have 24 rows and the press box will be relocated at the top. Michie Stadium is named for Lt. Dennis Mahan Michie, the academy's first football coach and captain who was killed In the Spanish-American War. 4 ir-m Bra m n m 2 int in & km t a 1 I RIVIERA CITY DOCKS CAU 'O fSEvTlONS PH. VI 8-79)9 NITE VI 4-6920 Its i iTmX tnpji k i !T "Hl l K SK I" I Kill: St A II" g hi u ii" Q HQ Q nut mshins mm. fii. 7PM It II PN B By ED PAVELKA JACKSONVILLE (AFN) -It's Florida-Georgia time once again and more than 70,000 gans will pack Jacksonville's Gator F3owl today for the 2 p.m. EST kickoff between the ninth ranked Bulldogs and the slumping Gators. Described at one time as "the world's largest outdoor cocktail party," the annual Southeastern Conference battle has recently become one of the great rivalries in southern football. Georgia leads the series 27-17-1, but Florida has won six of the games since 1960. Every one of these victories has been by a margin of one touchdown or less with the Gators winning last year 17-16. Georgia, under Coach Vince Dooley, opened the season with a 17-17 tie against Tennessee. The Bulldogs then won five straight before the deadlock with Houston 1010 last week dropping from them fifth to ninth In the national standings. Coach Ray Graves' Gators won their first four games, although never showing great offensive strength, and were ranked a solid seventh nationally. Disaster then hit as Florida lost to North Carolina, tied Vanderbilt, and last week at homecoming dropped a 24-13 decision to Auburn. Georgia, with a 3-0-1-rccord is currently in second place In the SEC while Florida, 2-1-1 has slipped to sixth. Auburn leads with a perfect 3-0-0 record. Florida, with an Inconsistent offense due to the ineffectiveness of quarterbacks Jackie Eckdahl and Larry Rentz, has owed whatever success It has enjoyed this season to Its defense. The Gators' secondary currently leads the SEC as It has allowed only 117 yards passing per game. Overall, the defensive unit has permitted 227.5 total yards a contest, 50 more than league leader Alabama. Florida's defense, coached previous to today's game by Gene Ellenson who was switched to offense at the beginning of this week, was anchored by four key players. Middle guard and defensive captain Bill Dorsey and tackle Jim Hadley are the main stays of the Gator line with David Mann leading Ihe linebackers. All three have been Injured at various times this season, but they are expected to be at lull speed today. Heading Ihe Florida secondary is strong All American candidate Steve Tannen. The 194-pound junior corner back has thus far blocked two opponent's kicks, intercepted two passes and run back two punts for touchdowns. Under a grading system used by Gator coaches, Tannen has broken the defensive point record for the season in Florida's first seven games. Ellenson, coaching his first offense in many years, has Installed several new offensive sets Into Florida's attack for today's game. He has not made any drastic personnel changes but sophomore Garry Walker may start today at tailback In place to Tom Christian, the SEC's fourth leading rusher. The Gator backfleld will see Eckdahl at quarterback and Brian Hipp or Larry Smith, still slowed by a sprained arch, at fullback. Guy McTheny Is the flanker and fed Hager the split end. Georgia, also strong on defense, has two bona fide All Americans in tackle Bill Stanfill and safety Jake Scott. Stanfill at 6-5 and 245-pounds 1x1 Sound likt otith-RMlic to you? It not! This it niwtpapot talk (of a 1 column by 1 inch od. , Think it's too tmall to b no-ticod? You'ro reading it . . , . . aron't you? Post-Times Advertising pays! - 5); 18. Maryland (2-5); 19. South The directors ruled that since the Sports Car Club of America had applied for the date and it was listed on the world calendar, it was too late to make a change now. The organizers wanted a change to the U.S. Auto Club. The directors also gave some relief to auto manufacturers involved in stock car racing. It no longer will be mandatory that 500 cars be licensed and titled at the start of the new year. However, new competitive models must be announced by the first of the year and the manufacturer must name a representative who will be responsible for proof of production of 500 cars. Also approved was an application by NASCAR for stock car dates June 15 and August 17 at the new Michigan International Speedway. The directors announced that the annual meeting will be held in New York, Jan. 1.1-14, 1969. Tennis Final TORQUAY, Australia (AP) -Mrs. Margaret Court of Australia moved Into the final of the Torquay Lawn Tennis Championship Friday with a 6-3, 6-2 victory over Mary Ann Elsel of St. Louis, second-ranked In the United States. Mrs. Court will meet Virginia Wade of England In the final Saturday. Miss Wade defeated Winnie Shaw of Scotland 6-4, 6-4 in the other semifinal. SAT., SUN., MON., 9-6 PM BANKRUPTCY HIGH FASHION WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP HAVING DECLARED IANKRUPKT IS HAVING All ASSETS S01D. OVER 500 GARMENTS SIZE 3 TO II ON SALE 50 10'. Off. SITUS Of MIAMI, NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA. 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