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Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - December 19, 1971, Lubbock, Texas mvma aiiuiasMm 19 mi British Stowaway Should Be Back TAMPA Fla DPI Phillip Davison 16 an ad young man with an unquenchable wanderlust should be back home in Coventry England before Christmas com pliments of the tax payers Philip who slowed away on a National Airlines flight to Tampa from New York after similarly conning his way from London on a BOAC jet is in a Tampa youth shelter He is vary comfortable Ive seen him and he should bo going home early next week in time for Robert J Barkley British vice consul told UPI from his Miami home IXmt Have Money His parents have not sent passage for him Apparently they dont have thc money and the British government has no responsibility to pay for his ticket So well wait until he is officially deported by Hie United States early this week and let the pay his fare back Barkley said Earlier Friday Robert Uoytych immigration director in Miami said Philip would be released TODAY AND 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was standard procedure for the to pay for Philips return Philips mother Beryl said she and her husband Dennis have experienced similar in cidents wilh heir son Ksuiiped From Home She confirmed that he had escaped from a childrens home in Wales and hitch hiked to London w li e r e he used a story about his father already being on board the plane to gain en try to the first class cabin There he sat down next to a male stranger whore he spent the rest of the flight unchallenged He had told the stewardess upon arrival at the gate that he had previously boarded with his father but had deplaned to get some sweets He used the same ruse he said to get from New York to Tampa jwlice became suspicious of his wanderings around the airport That was early Wed nesday and Friday he ap peared at a juvenile court hearing here and Judge James Calhoun declared him a dependent child The judge ordered him held at inieiits SAFETY QUESTIONED Solons Seeking Delay In AiiBags For Cars By CARL C CRAFT WASHINGTON AP A congressional committee has suggested the Department of Transportation reconsider its decision to require thc in stallation of safely air bags in 1976 cars In a report issued Friday the House Government Operations Committee questioned whether air bags offer the broad pro tection that Department of Transportation officials sug They also asked whether car manufacturers can develop satisfactory air bag systems by Of equal the com mittee report said is the de partments decision to dis continue the present mandatory safety belt requirement begin ning in 1976 seemingly on the basis that a passive restraint system notably the air bag will make seat belts unneces Committee Chairman Chet Holifield and six other members of the 39member committee filed a detailed dis sent calling the majority report a distinct disservice to the Holifield and his backers said the report contained omissions and inaccuracies and will serve only to contribute to wide spread misunderstanding of what is the most promising de velopment in auto safety in decades While seat belts and shoul der harnesses are the best and most effective restraint system currently available and while their use should not be dis couraged belt systems suffer from inherent deficiencies and are not an optimal longterm solution to the occupant re straint Rep Jack Brooks chairman of the subcommittee vhich made the investigation leading to the committees re port said air bag technology las great potential for saving lives but that there are prob lems which must be resolved before relying upon such a system Brooks said the Trans portation Department should continue the mandatory re quirement for seat belts in new cars regardless of the avail ability of air bag and other po tential passive restraint sys No President Elected Yet By Italians ROME AP Parliament failed twice again Saturday to elect a president of Italy The main development of the day was an offer by President Giu seppe Saragat to withdraw as a candidate for reelection This came amid growing in dications that the dominant Christian Democrats might drop their President Amintore after 10 days of inconclusive i voting The third nominee in the race Socialist Dep uty Premier Francesco de llar tino already has volunteered to withdraw as the nominee of a SocialistCommunist front With all the nominees likely to withdraw prospects rose for the emergence of some com promise candidate who might break the crippling Marxist Catholic deadlock In Saturdays ballots thc 15th and 16th in 10 days DC Martino drew 400 and 393 stil far below thc required majority of 5503 Saragat drew 42 in the morn ing vote In thc evening his Democratic Socialists abstained Fanfanis party and other moderate and rightist parties also abstained bringing the total of abstentions to 504 on one ballot and 5544 on the second more than half the electors Man Shaken Up In 12 Story Fall SAO PAULO Brazil AP A 23 year old construction worker suffered only minor in juries when he fell 12 stories through an elevator shaft of a building Friday landing in a pool of rainwater Oswaldino Jose de Malfos was working on the 12th floor of a building under construction when he slipped arid fell into thc shaft He was treated for shock and bruises at a hospital emergency room Brooks said the department should continue the mandatory belt requirement after seat taiuur Aug lo 1975 When airbags or some oUier passive occupant protection system must be in stalled The report also dealt with school bus body construction standards and recommended that the Transportation Depart ment require the installation of safety devices such as con toured and padded seats and impact absorbing interior sur face coverings The report said that govern ment investigations have shown that children riding school buses face unwarranted ex posure to death and serious in jury in crashes due to the ten dency of schoolbus bodies to lit erally pull apart at the seams the juvenile home until de ported Philip gave no state ments at the hearing only his name and age Philips family had in dicated to reporters in England that the boy was a hit and said he was sent to Wales to un dergo interviews with specialists concerning his wanderlust He has nm away repeatedly just a month ago gaining access to a flight to Switzerland and travel ling to to France and Bel gium before returning home Philip told reporters Wednesday tie was frankly disappointed that his latest episode did not get him to Austialia as planned But Vice Consul Barkley with just a laymans view said he found nothing ab normal in Philips behavior He said the pale slightly built youth didnt seem the lease bitspastic to me expresses a thirst to see new places and things and a desire for adventure and knowledge Is that sick Barkley said Philip is being welltreated in Tampa and is enjoying his stay at the juvenile hall Give 1971s most widely discussed book It is the memoir one hoped he would MacGregorBurns m s jfcjiQ 63R pages including letters 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