Escort Magazine Vol 15 No 3 [PORTABLE]
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Paul Raymond Publications releases a number of magazines similar to Escort, including Club International, Mayfair, Men Only, Men's World, and Razzle. The origin of these titles lies in businessman Paul Raymond's expansion from strip club management into magazine publishing in the 1960s.
A monthly pin-up magazine with the title Escort was published between 1958 and 1971 by City Magazines. The title was acquired by Raymond, and from 1971 to 1980 was incorporated into another title he had acquired from City Magazines, Men Only.
In 1980, Raymond began publishing Escort as a top-shelf magazine with the revived title. By 2012, Escort was in its 32nd year, or volume. The magazine is also sold in digital format. Initially this was via the Paul Raymond digital newsstand from 2013 until that website closed. Subsequently it has been available digitally from the publisher's main website.
In 2008 Stephen Bleach, who had worked as publishing director for Paul Raymond Publications, described Escort as "cheerfully brazen" in contrast to Club International and Men Only, which he described as "pseudo-glamorous". In 2013 Escort was described by Pierre Perrone, a former magazine editor for the company, as "downmarket".
Up to and including vol. 15 (1995), Escort had a distinctive 'cut-out' cover, which folded out into a poster; this 'cut-out' design allowed a few smaller pictures on the contents page to be visible, thus giving a preview of other women posing in the magazine; one of these smaller pictures was usually that from the magazine's regular Girls of ... feature showing women posing at various locations of that issue's chosen town.
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Falsification of financial aid forms could mean $10,000 fine: College men must sign up for draft or lose aid; SG [Student Government], police working for an escort service; Senate plans to increase voter turnout; Dorm patrol beginning in two weeks; Forum: Censorship plan is asinine; Guest editorial: Future's SG comparison unfair; Chandler lists accomplishments (with photo of Former SG President Chandler); Encore: Kaleidoscope: Jazz great Billy Taylor to appear in UCF Friends of Music concert (with photo); Sportsweek: Basketball teams off to battle Rollins: Men look to pound rival Tars; Women rank 10th in nation (with photo).
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Air travel is so safe you'll probably never have to use any of the advice we're about to give you. But if you ever do need it, this information could save your life. Airline passengers usually take safety for granted when they board an airplane. They tune out the crew's pre-flight announcements or reach for a magazine instead of the cards that show how to open the emergency exit and what to do if the oxygen mask drops down. Because of this, people may be needlessly hurt or killed in accidents they could survive. Every time you board a plane, here are some things you should do:
USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) and two destroyer escorts making smoke at the start of the battle off Samar, 25 October 1944. Japanese ships are faintly visible on the horizon beyond the smoke screen (80-G-288144).
USS Heerman (DD-532) and a destroyer escort lay a smoke screen to protect Taffy 3 from attacking Japanese surface ships at the beginning of the Battle off Samar, 25 October 1944. Photographed from USS White Plains (CVE-66) (80-G-288885).
A Japanese heavy cruiser dead in the water (possibly Chikuma), with a destroyer standing by, during the Battle off Samar, 25 October 1944. A TBM Avenger from one of the American escort carriers is in the foreground. Note the extensive oil slick around the sinking cruiser (80-G-287538).
Milton Hook, Ed.D. (Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, the United States). Hook retired in 1997 as a minister in the Greater Sydney Conference, Australia. An Australian by birth Hook has served the Church as a teacher at the elementary, academy and college levels, a missionary in Papua New Guinea, and as a local church pastor. In retirement he is a conjoint senior lecturer at Avondale College of Higher Education. He has authored Flames Over Battle Creek, Avondale: Experiment on the Dora, Desmond Ford: Reformist Theologian, Gospel Revivalist, the Seventh-day Adventist Heritage Series, and many magazine articles. He is married to Noeleen and has two sons and three grandchildren.
Prior to his death, Bennie made a mission trip in late 1913, taking his picture roll with him and telling simple Bible stories in the little isolated villages scattered along the mountainous track to Efogi, and no doubt renewing contact with former colleague Faole. Faole had evidently told his people about the Sabbath, but as Bennie observed, they often became confused when trying to count the days of the week.6 Late in 1924 William and Mollie Lock made the grueling trek to Efogi, specifically to establish a permanent mission station7to provide schooling and medical assistance,8 which had been requested by the local chief during an earlier visit. Soon they began a school for the youngsters.9 When Lock transferred to Bisiatabu in mid-1927 and was replaced at Efogi by Charles and Evelyn Mitchell,10 Faole walked to Bisiatabu to escort the Mitchells on the six-day hike back to Efogi.11 2b1af7f3a8