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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta Ex-accountant charged No extra grants for 1978 Games CALGARY (CP) Marta Mezei of Calgary, a former accountant of the Calgary Housing Authority, has been charged with stealing more than from the authority's income accounts, police said today. The charge was made following a four-month investigation by city fraud squad detectives and a Calgary firm of chartered ac- countants. Escapee back in cells RED DEER (CP) Brendon Clayton Letain, 17, of Calgary, who escaped from Calgary Correctional Institute Monday, was captured here Thursday and returned to Calgary, RCMP reported. Letain, serving a three- month sentence, escaped from a work camp of the in- stitute west of Calgary with James Basil Maddon, 27, another prisoner. Maddon was arrested in Calgary Tuesday night. Postal jobs unfilled CALGARY (CP) About part-time workers are needed to help sort and deliver Christmas mail in Calgary, says Postmaster A. M. Shred. But so far only tem- porary workers have been hired and another workers are required if all Christmas mail, which triples the normal volume, is to be delivered on time. Mr. Shred said the jobs which haven't been filled pay between and an hour. EDMONTON (CP) The federal government does not intend to increase its grants for the 1978 Commonwealth Games, although the city is facing a million to million increase in capital ex- penditures. Mayor William Hawrelak told a news conference Thurs- day that Health Minister Marc Lalonde told him Ot- tawa does not intend to increase its capital grant beyond the million an- nounced last year. COSTS SPIRAL The original estimate of capital expenditure was million, but Commonwealth Games officials said recently that costs had been boosted by inflation. Under the original breakdown of costs the city would pay million, the federal government million, the province million and the games founda- tion million. Nine hurt in blast Fort McMurray man killed at Camp FORT McMURRAY (CP) Harold Thomas Hurley, 59, was killed when his car was in a collision with a highway construction vehicle near his home town of Fort McMurray in northeastern Alberta. Driver loses licence MEDICINE HAT (CP) David Ross White, 44, of Jenner, was sentenced to 20 months in jail by Supreme Court Justice J. V. Milvain after pleading guilty to a charge of criminal negligence. White was also prohibited from driving for five years. White was charged follow- ing a head-on collision eight miles east of here on April 22, 1974. in which Mike Stein of Richmond, Sask., was killed. White's breath analysis test reading following the accident was .36. The legal limit is .08. UNITED MOTORS CO.LTD. Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 53 20 .09 Pincher Creek... 53 18 1.11 Medicine Hat 56 21 Edmonton 23 1 .01 Grande Prairie 18 18 .06 Banff........... 37 17 .65 Calgary......... 42 16 .19 Victoria 44 27 Penticton....... 54 23 .01 Prince George 24 -2 Kamloops....... 39 17 Vancouver...... 43 33 Saskatoon....... 51 20 Regina 60 21 .01 Winnipeg 33 30 Toronto......... 38 26 .03 Ottawa......... 37 15 .19 Montreal 36 16 .33 St. Johns....... 35 22 .98 Halifax......... 45 37 .69 Charlottetown 36 34 .24 Fredericton..... 33 27 .58 Chicago 37 34 New York...... 50 30 .02 Miami.......... 71 54 Las Vegas...... 69 57 FORECAST: Lethbridge region Light snow ending near noon and clearing by this evening. Heavier snow in the moun- tains and foothills. Highs near 25. Sunny Saturday. Lows near zero. Highs near 30. Medicine Hat region Cloudy with light flurries clearing this afternoon. Highs near 30. Sunny Saturday. Lows 5 to 10. Highs 30 to 35. Calgary region Light snow this morning and clear- ing this afternoon. Heavier snow in the mountains. Highs 20 to 25. Mostly sunny Satur- day. Lows near zero. Highs about 25. Columbia Kootenay Regions Today, cloudy with a few snowflurries. Saturday, cloudy with a few sunny periods. Highs today near 40, lows tonight in the high 20s. Highs Saturday near 45. East of Continental Divide Colder today with scattered snow showers north portion and brief rain or snow showers south. Gusty winds at times. Clearing west portion tonight with scattered snow east. Saturday partly cloudy with a warming trend north portions. Highs today 25 to 35 north 35 to 50 south. Lows tonight 5 to 15 north 15 to 25 south. Highs Saturday 35 to 45. West of Continental Divide Scattered rain and snow showers and cooler today. Brief gusty winds. Clearing and colder tonight. Becoming cloudy Saturday with widely scattered showers. Highs to- day and Saturday 35 to 45. Lows tonight 15 to 25. 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