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The Herald Statesman from Yonkers, New York • 35

Yonkers, New York
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9 1 'irrry Tf, mrrrr rrri i rnnr i rT .1 I HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS N.Y THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1970 35 Royalty Tabes To Sea i Voyager Attempts New Record communea, (tending vacanteyed on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, in some cases aa young aa 10, part of the 10,000 runaways reported nationally each week. mother In West Babylon, Long Inland, want him back, too. riba New Jeraey parente of a aullen-koklng 14-year-old with long, curly hair want him to return. They're afraid he's not The best speed Sir FYsfldi achieved during his sail around the wotji was 171 -mile ft day for eight deys. But- London AP) Sir Francis Chichester, the round-the-world voyager, hoists anchor next month for an attempt to sail 20 days miles around the world in 226 days at sea, stopping only at Sydney, Australia.

Queen Elisabeth knighted him for the Tonelcftr Sir Francis began musing a' By TED BELL Times-Paet win BERKELEY, Calif. Dimka Sheehy ta 18. Her parents think aha ten-and nervous." Thay want her back home In the Woodalde aectlon of New York City on Long Inland. Rocco Richard Lori to also 18. He haa a large Adama apple and a hernia near.

Hla started The National Missing Youth Locator, in which the flights of Denise Sheehy and Rocco Lori to are repotted in police terminology. Parents jthlnk thatjwhen they report a child Stamper said, automatically the picture and description go out to every police department -in the country. That lust isn't ko, not unless there7 some kind of a police warrant for a sample paper, printing the pictures free, and sent it out, Stamper said. Hie first sample In July went to 3,000 police agendea nationwide from a mailing list 'compiled from a New York' firm specializing la such Kata. The list has grown so far to about 9,000 copies.

All are sent frfe, according to Stamper, al-though the weekly issues show subscriptions are available at "Only using but selling narcot- Uving here In Berkeley, ybii see these kids sitting out Thats the way It with there, holding up signs, LA, part of young America, 1970. Denver, said George Stamp-k a restless on the 49. road, sliding Into and out of He' was explaining why he year ago shout attempting a solo voyage at an average speed matched among falling vessel only by the great merchant clipper ships of the 19th century, I lay nwake at night, thinking about IL" he nays, he believe he has a 100 per rent chance of success on hk 200milea day effort Hi will Mill C-ipsy Moth 37-feet long. She's bigger and faster than the Gipsy Moth IV in' which he circumnavigated the globe. Her two-masted rig easily handled by a single sailor.

Me expects to have favorable winds most of the trip. felony. 13ayear. If-Slr-Francls-average 200 miles a day, he lylll break records for king, voyages. The winner of the 1968 transatlantic solo rare aeraged 109 miles a day for 26 days.

Tffe trip will "beScrbs! the Atlantic from Ibrtuguene Guinea to Nicaragua. Chichester, a businessman, of 69, began his adventures 40 years ago, 1929 he became the sec-: ond man to fly solo from Eng-. to Australia- He flew-Australia to Japan In 1931, then the longest solo flight iri a seaplane. In 1967, -he sailed 28jOOCL THE TREASURE COVE HOUSE OF FASHION B2S "It's Just impossible for the police to -circulate pictures to nil police Stampers NMYL the' first known commercial effort to help find runaways. The reconi in finding them to date is not particularly good, but Stamper has file of messages from police departments, social agendas and even National Park Service rangers, thanking him for copies of the NMYL CONSTIPATED? DltC TO LICK AV SAAR DUE TO LACK OF FOOD It had to he over a distant, of not less IXPO Sustained high-speed sailing fascinates me Just as it was breaking the 4-mlnute mile that fascinated Roger Bannister." Residea the usual food and hes taking slang six bottles of.

brandy, two battles of champagne, six pairs of pajamas' and a formal dinner Jack.eL BULK IN YOUR MET I Just-put that on. to dk- courage Stamper said. Actually, -we don't hava any subscriptions. Wa mail It out free' to anyone who wants it and who in a field to help find runaways." He said the list Includes 2,792 'county kw agendas, 2,404 city law, agencies, 1,910 private Investigators, plus -church and social agencies. -Some law departments ques-Ion the usefulness of the publl-In Los Angeler, forin stance, police say the effort will be seif-defeating in time because of sheer -r There's Just no way to Index it properly, one veteran BRAN BUDS Stamper" aridTils partner; Mqrrkon Fetzer and Rober Conover, think the do-good ef- fortmay eventually start making a profit.

But the incorporators of Solano. Publications Inc say losses now-runto kidt- use more' than 8200 a weekly issue, phony names and move all th THE PARTY-GOING PANTDRESS 50 time. And theres no way to keep the pictures available on a retrievable basis (from police records). So if it keeps getting published for a long time, Itll lose Its effectiveness from Just not being fUeable. Both the.

Lea Angeles and San FYanclsco departments have written polite notes to Stamper thanking him for free copies, but noting that under plus the initial costa of getting started. Solanos name comes from the street on the Berkeley. Albany city line where Stamper rents a desk in an old building. Stamper haa the big wooden desk at the front of the build' Outside, overflow from Berkeley's dispossessed youth occasionally wander by, ftme with dogs who seem evenmore tamejees Jhanthe. Designed for grand entrances.

California rules, pollco depart refer complaints meats' cannot lif( 9ns Trom aTesiive hoikfty collectionl Shown, new evening allure In the rayon chiffon deep-Vd shirtwaist bodice with cuffed sieeves, the softly T. gathered satin cummerbund, from parents to any commercial firms for auk tance. The rule apparently doeg not apply in other states. Mnyo( the letters in Stamper's flit aril from departments across the nation, complimenting oaits concept and teen-agers scruffy, usually amiable, collariess, aimless. Stamper Is a furniture wholesale salesman moat of the time.

He has twochlldren in college. Both are deaf, 'requiring special cafe aa children and special education as teenagers. the flaring pants in a brazenly beautiful acetate prints to 13. saving that parents are being referred to the newspaper fay policemen. You see, its different now than it was.

a couple of years 'Last year, the Berkeley police had a special drive to get some of the kids sent home from here, Stamper saifl. 1 started talking with Lt.r Dar-. mil Hickman about it He was -the one who told mo that all they get from othinr police departments about runaways are teletype me ages, no pictures Stamper- said. Then ofuaXi Fjitidituf ACytivi there were only, four or five places in the country where kids went. Parents would come to Telegraph Avenue here or the Haight-Ashbury in WYCKOFF, N.J.

S5S WyctaH Ammo PhoM: SS1-SN0 TARRYTOWN, N.Y. 10 South Sioadwiy; Phono: S31-S3SS YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNTS AND LAYAWAYS INVITED That's when I got the idea. San Francisco and walk I contacted four parents of around and maybe find their missing kids and made up a kid In a few days. tote stock and financial nows Is delivered hot from the wire. George Meade in the WOR 710 chopper helps you to fqil the traffic, -while Don Criqui lives the sports hows.

Sandy losberg covers the theatre and movie, scone. Now music, the mkfi-sklrt index ond a cornucopia of provocative guests; they pro afl part of Wingale's beat, and all subject to the Wingate wrath and wiL Wingate I Radio for with-it listenars. Every afternoon as the New York day races to its finish, John Wingate is there to wrap it all up. Wingate is Radio New York --a little tough, a little acid, but eminentiyTair amf The Win-: gats team swings you through the of the day. Hsnry Gladstone, Rodgsr Skibsnes, John Scott, and lyio Van offer you 15 minutes of unexcatisd WOR nows cov erogo on tho hour, with 5 minute recap on the half hour.


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