Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 22
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 22

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2B-- July 16, 1972 Sunday CMr^Mfl, WMt V!rflM» Girl Renters Suffer Convention Rush By Herbert Mizell MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-OW- heavily on tips. UPRIGHT AFTER FREAK CRASH Heavy Post That Critically Injured Driver Still Protrudes From Side Freak Wreck Critically Hurts Man State police said a Clendenin man was critically injured late Friday in a freak mishap on U S. 119 at Elk Hills. Cpl. L. C. Yost and Trooper H. M. Eads said 47-year-old James S. Miller was traveling north on the narrow highway when his car went out of control, veered from the highway aiid struck a row of mail boxes. The mail boxes were atop six by eight inches posts anchored in the ground. "S o m e h o w," related Cpl. Yost, "one of those posts snapped back through the windshields, knocked Miller f r o m the car into the highway and smashed through the l e f t front window." Miller remained in intensive care at Charleston General Hos- Eagleton Says 4 New Polities' Will Win Again for McGovern By Chet Currier KANSAS C I T Y -(/B-S e o. Thomas F. thinks the ' brought Sen. George McGover tion not to go through the hy- Eagleton says he 'new politics" that t h e Democratic presidential nomination can carry him on to the White House. In his speech before a jammed auditorium, Eagleton declared that all 1972 candidates in both parties "have the obliga- In an interview Saturday, the! sa '^- pocrisy of overpromising. "No longer will citizens accept the hot air politicans," he accomplish -- was to become a U.S. senator. "There is a lot of luck involved in politics. This is a magnificent opportunity and I was fortunate to be in the right place at the right time when it arose," he said. Three girls-for-hire escort services report they did a brisk business during the Democratic National Convention, but--as one agency head says---"the real party is just getting start ed. Dana March, bosslady of Su pergirl Inc. said her dating game is "sold out solid" for this weekend as many convention principals remain in Florida for a bit of fun. "It'll be the biggest weekend since we opened almost three years ago," she said. "Business half the take or less and rely me hopping until 5 to during the convention. kept a.m. .and it's getting faster all the time." Steve Accardi, a former lifeguard who founded the Sunshine Girl escort agency, also reported heavy bookings for the post convention weekend, as wel as a "very good" week during the convention. Sessions lasted so late thai nobody felt like partying afterward," said Accardi. "Now, after a little rest, they're rarin' to go. It's been a boost for us because usually at this stage of the summer season we'd be suffering." Accardi said one governor eased a Sunshine Girl. RENT-A-BIRDINC., which of- 'ers escorts speaking 14 foreign languages, reported heavy business with foreign visitors, according to co-owner Betty Scarl. 'We had them from Germany, -Vance, Japan, England and the Latin nations," she said. "Yes, we knew there was a convention in town," she added, alluding to what she said wasan increase in jusiness caused by the conven- lon. The three agencies insist that rostitution-type activities by ;heir employes are strictly forbidden. The escorts are rented for 'rom $45 to $75 an evening with 24-hour assignments bringing up I o $185. Generally, the girls get Mina Wells of Supergirl Inc. said she was hired for a date and the fellow turned out to be an FBI man. "I was dressed up in a long outfit," she said. "And it turns out he wants to go fishing." She said the agent took her out on a hotel pier and they fisted most of the night, her in a gown and the fed in his bland business suit with revolver bulging from his breast. When the sun rose, said Mina, the FBI man bought her a swimsuit and they went for a dip. Another S u p e r g i r l , Texas Blonde Kasey Allen, had a date Pope Leaves Vatican For Summer Home VATICAN CITY (AP)-Pope Paul VI abandoned the Vatican on Saturday for his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo, 20 miles south of Rome. He blessed a crowd of 300 in St. Peter's Square to see him off. He will be staying at Castel Gandolfo until late September. with a delegate who suddenly became ill. "It was the night of the vote on seating McGovern delegates from California," said Miss Al- len. "My date heard about the vote and said he was going to his room and cry. . .He was wearing a Hubert Humphrey button." A FIRST FOR CHARLESTON The most complete recording studio in the Kanawha Valley. Fully equipped with four and two TRACK MASTERING, complete A R, ART DEPT. and CUSTOM ALBUM COVERS. Studio's Located at 168 Laidtey St. Contact Custom Recording Assoc. P. O. Box 929, CHAS. Phone 342-1341 SUMMER vice presidential nominee said: "Can the same method of operation that was successful in the primaries work in the general election? I think it can. "This McGovern organization is perhaps the best grass-roots organization over, even exceeding the fine one that John Kennedy had in 1960," he said. pital throughout Saturday with massive head injuries. Yost said it has not been determined what caused Miller to lose contol of his car. After striking the posts, the small, compact car rolled over on its side on the highway berm. Safe DDT Replacement Marketed By Stanley Johnson NEW YORK--(m--A successor to U.S. government-banned 1 DDT has been put on the market by young New Jersey manufacturers. They claim it is more efficient than DDT and "kills bugs, but doesn't kill people." Dr. Alan Becker, president of the Ecological Manufacturing Corp. in North Bergen, has named the product Emtex. He said in an interview that it will be nationally available within six months. At present, it must be bought through professional exterminators. "It's obvious that insecticides are needed," he said. "Wu set out to find the best chemical s u b s t a n c e available that wouldn't kill a human." However, "we don't expect to make it | for more than 10 years. By then! the ultimate pesticide will have been found--and it will be organic." Becker, a dark-haired man in his early 30s, said manufactured of the product d e v e l o p e d through an academic discussjo group thrashing out the problem of pesticides. The developers investigated four or five products and discovered methoxychlor, which had been patented in Switzerland in 1926, bought by E. I. duPont de Nemours, Co. but never offered for sale. "The patent had run out and we got hold of it and improved it drastically," he said. "We have a new manufacturing proc-j ess and the product is 96 per I cent pure.'' i Becker s a i d that because of 1 its purity the product could be used not only for such traditional things as spraying cotton and getting rid of flies but directly in such places as restaurant kitchens. Moreover, he said Emex can be pigmented into paints and used on walls, ceilings and floors to provide a permanently! bug-free room. j Last fall, 20 volunteer inmates' at a prison in Pennsylvania, under direction of the Pennsylvania Medical School, ingested j Emtex. When blood and urine! specimens were taken after 24 hours, the subjects had thrown off 98 per cent of the Emtex. The six-week test was con-; ducted with the approval of the Food and Drug Administration. The 42-year-old senator was here to address the National Audio-Visual Assn. Afterward, ic planned to return to Washington. He is scheduled to appear on nationwide television Sunday, CBS's "Face the Nation." He said he would go to the Black rlills of South Dakota later in the week for about two days of As examples of what he callec "the cleavage between promise and performance" in government, Eagleton declared: "There can be no confidence in government, when grand talk about innovation in education is followed by n o n p e r f o r m - ance...when the highly touted Right to Read program, for which $200 million was pledged, strategy conferences with vacationing McGovern. the ends up with a million borrowed programs." total of $12 from other VACATION, SEA BANKS MOTEL WHEN INTERVIEWED somei 48 hours after he vice presidential received the nomination, OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN ALL NEW IN '72 2200 S. Ocean Blvd.. Mynle Beach, S. 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