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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THI tETHMIDGS HIRA10 Otlob.r 21, 1970 Drug Cult Hero Bounced CAIRO (Reuter) Drug cult hero Timothy Leary was refused permission to .stay .in Cairo Tuesday after being put aboard a pre-dawn flight by au- thorities in Beirut, Lebanon. The 50-year-old former Har- vard lecturer, a fugitive in the United States after he escaped from a California prison, ar- rived in Cairo with three leftist colleagues after being advised by authorities to leave Lebanon. Official sources said the four had asked permission to stay in Cairo but had been refused visas and would be flown to Al- geria Thursday. Reporters were not allowed to talk to the four, who were taken to the airport hotel and will re- main there until they are flown to Algiers, the city they left to travel to Beirut. The decision to ban the four Americans came as no surprise in Cairo. Egyptian authorities do not encourage revolution- aries, radicals or hippies. Travelling with Leary were Jenifer Dohrn, sister of the fugi- tive Weatherman leader Ber- nardine Dohrn; Donald Cox, self-styled field marshal of the Black Panthers, and Martin E. Kenner, who says he is chair- man of the Committee to De- fend the Black Panthers. Probe Alleged Sale Of Babies BANGKOK (Reuter) The Thai public welfare department is investigating the alleged sale of babies born of Thai women and United States- airmen sta- tioned in Thailand, a depart- ment source said here. The source said the investiga- tions followed recent reports that babies of mixed blood at Takhli, 215 miles north of Bang- kok, were being sold to traders at prices from to ?500 each. The source said the depart- ment's information is that about 80 per cent of the Thai women living with U.S. servicemen from the Takhli air base had at least one "Amerasian" child each. About U.S. airmen are stationed at the base. Nixon Bodyguard Given Life LOS ANGELES (AP) A Su- perior Court jury has ordered life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for a for- mer U.S. government agent and bodyguard to President Nixon. The former agent was convicted of kidnapping a financier's son. Ronald Lee Miller, 39, de- scribed by the prosecution as a "ladies' man and master crimi- sobbed when Ms mother, Marie Miller, was called to tes- tify during the penalty phase of his trial. Miller was convicted last Fri- day of kidnapping Kenneth J. Young, who was 10 when ab- ducted April 3, 1967. The boy was released three days later after his father, Herbert J. Young, president, of a'Beverly Hills savings and loan firm, paid a ransom in new bills. The money was not re- covered, and the state contends Miller deposited it in a Swiss I bank. Angela Davis On Hunger Strike NEW YORK (AP) Black revolutionary Angela Davis is on a hunger strike at the jail where she is being held for ex- tradition to California, says Margaret Burnham, one of her lawyers. Miss Burn bam said Miss Davis refused to eat after being isolated from other prisoners. "She is only asking for equal treatment, the same treatment given the other Miss Burnham told reporters Mon- day. Miss Davis had been charged with murder and kidnapping after being accused of buying >guns used in an attempted pris- oner escape Aug. 7 in San Ra- fael, Calif., in which four per- sons were killed. She was cap- tured here Oct. 13. Mountains Of Garbage Rise LONDON (AP) As the gar- hagemen's strike entered its fifth week today, many London- ers have stopped packaging their garbage. Mountains of refuse are rising along the curbs outside Soho's nightclubs, restaurants and deli- catessens. Some back alleys are becoming impassable. Local authorities handed out plastic trash bags as fast as they could get them. The Cen- tral London borough of Camden, with inhabitants, last week distributed bags. But many residents ignored the emergency rubbish dumps set up. Ray's 'Brother' In Custody ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) A man who said he is the brother of James Earl Ray, the con- victed assassin of Negro civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is in custody today in connection with a bank robbery. Sheriffs deputies said today the man is John Larry Hay, 37, who was arrested Monday shortly after three men wearing stocking masks held up the Bank of St. Peters in eastern Missouri. Ray was arrested near Old Monroe, Mo., 12 miles north of St. Peters, after a car chase by a sheriff's lieutenant "He even listed James Earl Ray as his brother on bur book- ing said Deputy Sheriff Ron Theueau. "We're holding him this morning for the FBI." Hay was first booked under the name Jerry W. Ryan be- cause of identification papers he was carrying. Burnable Bottle CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) The Standard Oil Co. of Ohio said Tuesday it has developed a resin from which safely-burna- ble plastic bottles can be made. The firm said the resin can be burned without giving off annoy- ing or harmful gases. It said the resin is suitable for making bev- erage bottles and containers for foods and household and in- dustrial chemicals. 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