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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LElHBRIDGt HERAID Woclnesday, September 27, 1972 n BROWN BERETS BOUNCED Los Angeles County sheriff's department deputies escort members of the brown berels, a militant Chicano organization, off Santa Satalina Island. The berets had "occupied" the island for 24 days. Mother of dead woman unhappy with ruling CALGAKY (CP) The mother of Jeanine McKenzie, who died Sept. 15 in jail from Uie combined effects of heroin addiction and withdrawal, isn't satisfied with a coroner's jury finding that no one was to blame lor the death. "Somebody must be to blame and I am not prepared right now to let the matter said Margaret McKenzie fol- lowing an inquest Tuesday. "I am considering, with le- gal advice, where to go next to get this case heard." Pattern Her 29-year-old daughter was pronounced dead on arrival the afternoon of Sept, 15 after she had collapsed in iail. She had made three visits in 48 hours to the General Hospital, suffer- ing heroin withdrawal symp- toms-, and was returned each time to her cell. Miss McKenzie was arrested Sept. 12 and charged with pos- session of heroin. Testimony at the inquest, which lasted nfoie hours, re- vealed lack of facilities in Cal- gary for the treatment of her- oin addicts and prompted the six-man jury to call for a spe- cial hospital to deal with the problem. After sitting through the iii- quesl, conducted by Alberta coroner Dr. M. M. Cantor, Mrs. VIcKenzie "As far as I am concerned it was a wasted effort and a whitewash. The doctors and the witnesses who saw Jeanine in the cells differed on all points. Somebody made a mistake and I want to know who it was." FRANK MILLS Reflections of my Childhood (rom, JOHN MAYAU Jozz Blues Fusion (POLYDOR) BURGERS Hot Tuna -k JEFFERSON AIRPLANE Long John Silver (GRUNT) if VALDY Country Man (A M) if THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY Greatest Hits (BElt) if COfoWAY TWITTY'S GREATEST HITS Vol. 1 (DECCA) if COUNTRY'S GREATEST HITS OF 1971 if Alia COOPER Khier ,WARNER BROS.) v Pattern 4921 SIZES 8-18 GLIDE INTO a great-look- ing shirtdress or (lashing pant- suit for day or dinner! Wide' leg panls are topped by dol man sleeve tunic. Marvelous in fluid polyester crepe, knit. Printed Pattern 4921: NEW Misses' Sizes 3, 10, 12, 14, 16 18. Yardages in pattern. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75c In cohis (no stamps, please for each pattern add 15 cent. for each pattern for mailing and special handling. 7209 "Have Cape will is fall's fashion statements. Knit this cahled beauty with a smart hand neckline to bantsuits, dresses. Use knit ting worsted. Pattern 7209 Print plainly SIZE, NAME, I Misses' sizes S M (12- DDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. included. ADDRESS, Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of Be a fashion winner! See 300 easy, fascinating styles choose one pattern free in all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75c ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AD- DS'rlSS, and (he name of tic Lcthbridge Herald. DO send it to The Herald, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS fo each pattern cash, chequ or money order. AcUI 15 cen for each pattern for first-clas mailing and special handlin to Alice Brooks, Needlccra Dr-pt. Address. Print plainly PATTERN NUN BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETIinnipGE HERALD Readers Mai! Limited NOT 1 ffl Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario THE OSflTODS PHASE ill SON OF SCHMILSSON ,RCA, FOXY LADY CHER ,KAPP, !W LIGHT Wiper GREAT SOUNDS BY POLYDOR AT ONE GREAT PRICE..............EACH ALL _____ Ifa located in Idler's Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;