The present object is one in a series of The Sun, a humorous tabloid newspaper published in Florida and marketed to college students on spring break in the Fort Lauderdale-Daytona Beach area. The publication's motto, Take This News and Love it, imprinted on page one underneath the edition title, establishes the satirical thrust of the paper. The design format comprises photographs of the vacationing population, along with captions and text mocking both the subjects and their activities; beach-themed cartoons, such as Digger & Lunk Beach Bozos; articles about entertainers popular among the targeted readers; Dear Abby, a nationally syndicated advice column by Abigail Van Buren; and Camel cigarette advertisements.
In this issue, the front page head shot of a smiling young woman is captioned: A typical Dalton, Ga. gal, Kay Manly has brushed her teeth once an hour/ since Jimmy
Carter left the White House. A hat-band major, she is now a con-/ tributing editor to Dental Floss Monthly.