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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Current plant construction may be adjusted Saturday, October LETHBRIDGE HERALD-25 B.C. Hydro considers environment need VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority is changing its approach to environmental problems associated with new power plants and transmis- sion lines but in most cases is committed for the next decade to projects already in the works. The provincially owned power utility now is consider- ing what money will go into future budgets for en- vironmental studies on pro- jects which will supply electrical power in the 1980s. This doesn't mean that pro- jects built in the near future will escape environmental scrutiny. But it does mean that most of them will have to proceed as planned, perhaps with adjustments to some aspects to overcome en- vironmental objections. They will have to proceed, that is. if Hydro is to meet its responsibilities for growing power demands, according to officials of the utility. Hydro's generating capaci- ty as of March was 359 megawatts (mw) a megawatt is kilowatts and its power sold was 19.1 billion kilowatt hours By 1980, the load is forecast to grow to 42.6 billion kwh with mw of capacity needed to provide it. CONSTRUCTION In interviews, B.C. Hydro officials outlined what pro- jects now are under construc- tion, those being studied and how the utility has started en- vironmental studies. In earlier years, Hydro was subject to criticism for its methods of deciding where new plants, substations and transmission lines would be located. Lately, even before the elec- tion of the NDP government in August, 1972, its manage- ment was taking a new look at environmental problems. "It wasn't so long ago that Hydro considered only engineering and economics. Now the third E for environ- ment has been says Charles W. Nash, assistant general manager of ad- ministration and finance. Nobody at Hydro is CAREERS Chevron Chevron Standard Limited requires Head Plant Operators Chevron Standard Limited invites applications for the position of Head Plant Operator at the Kaybob South Gas Processing Plant located approximately 30 miles south of Fox Creek. Alberta. Applicants should hold a valid Alberta Second Class Steam Certificate and have a minimum of three years experience in the gas processing or related industry. Holders of Part A only will be considered if their ex- perience in gas processing has been extensive. Full employee benefits are offered, including moving assistance and transportion. Modern housing is available at Fox Creek. Salary will be commensurate with experience Please submit written application giving full details of age, education and experience, together with telephone number to: Manager Relation! Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fifth Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P OL7 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Planning Engineer Division. Professional duties specializing in planning and preliminary design and evaluation of irrigation and drain- age systems and projects. B.Sc. in Civil. Agricultural or Irrigation En- gineering with 3-5 years related experience. Salary range to per annum. Closes October 31, 1973. Competition Number: 1003-C-2. Apply CALGARY (see address Senior Resources Vocational Centre-Responsible for the learning Resources Department including the Library. Audio-Visual and Learn- ing Assistance Center. Provides media service assistance to all De- partments to increase effective instruction, involves some instruc- tion in related areas: B.Ed, or equivalent with emphasis in communi- cations: s' me knowledge of study skills an asset: Alberta Teaching certificate: related teaching experience essential including familiarity with Learning Resource facilities. Competition Number: 5502-C-3. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 COUNTY OF MINBURN NO. 27 VEGREVILLE, ALBERTA requires CLERK To assist the Secretary-Treasurer in the following functions: Maintain public works ledger etc. administer the Domestic Animals Act, Tax Recovery Act and Municipal ,Elections Act; preparation of annual assessment summary, balancing of the tax roll, accounts recei- payroll, tax collections, grant sub- missions, W.C.B. and other duties as assigned by the Secretary-Treasurer. Experience in minicipal administration is desirable, Applicants should state age, qualifications, experience, references, salary expected, when able to commence work ans said application to be in the office of the undersigned not later than October 31, 1973. LARRY E. POWLEY Secretary-Treasurer County of Minburn No. 27 Vegreville, Alberta Research Assistant role will be to work with a team of psychologists, social workers and community organizers the effectiveness of a radical new approach to community development and mental health. This consists of selecting, training and supporting a network of lay counsellors in their own community. Statistical and computer processing skills are needed. Encouragement will be provided for the pursuit of the assistant's own research interests which may be part of work toward higher uni- versity degree. The salary will be in the area of Application should include a personal resume, a description of their statistical and computer skills and brief statement of their philosophy of personal and social change. For applications and enquiries: Executive Director, Centre for Personal and Community Development, 1120 7th Avenue South Lethbridge. Telephone 327-5724. Required Immediately Combined Lab-X-Ray Technician For 25 Bed Active Treatment Hospital, Located in Picture Butte, Salary According to A.H.A. Scale Must be able to take complete charge of the depart- ment, easy commuting distance to Lethbridge. Apply to Administrator P.O. Box 430 Picture Butte, Alberta Phone 732-4339 CREDIT CAREER Are you an aggressive individual with experience in Accounting? WE REQUIRE: OFFICE-CREDIT MANAGERS Who can maintain a strict control on credit. Applicants should have ex- perience in credit collections. Relocation in various communities throughout Western Canada. Career offers good salary, commensurate with experience; chance for advancement, full range of fringe benefits. For further information and a personal interview reply without delay to: Box No. 5, Lethbridge Herald Chevron Chevron Standard Limited requires a Keypunch Operator A vacancy exists in the Computer Services Department of a major oil company. Candidates should have a minimum of one year's experience with a strong alphabetic background. Equipment used is 1MB 029 and 129. Full employee benefits are offered and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please submit written application giving full details of age, education and experience, together with telephone number to: Manager Employee Relations Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fifth Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P OL7 COUNTY OF MINBURN NO. 27 Vegreville, Alberta Written applications are invited by the undersigned to October 31, 1973, for the position of Assistant Secretary-Treasurer The position offers a diversity of duties related to administration. The person should be capable of assuming the responsibility for the business administration duties in the absence of the Secretary-Treasurer. Should have some previous management experience preferably in School Admin- istration. Experience in P.A.B. or F.I.S. accounting a definite asset. Applicants should state age, qualifications, experience, references, salary expected and when able to comm- ence work. LARRY E. POWLEY Secretary-Treasurer County of Minburn No. 27 Vegreville, Alberta ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE provides opportunities for a rewarding career to Cana- dian citizens who are at least 5'8" in height, have successfully completed Grade XI or equivalent, are of exemplary character and physically fit. STARTING SALARY PER ANNUM with a higher starting salary for University Graduates. Generous fringe benefits and provisions for annual pay increases during first years of service as a Con- stable to per annum. Contact your nearest R.C.M. Police office or write to: The Commissioner R.C.M. Polict Ottawa, Ontario K1A OR2 pretending the new ecological emphasis is going to be easy or inexpensive. "When we add in the costs for environmental con- siderations, it's not going to be as little as some people says Dr. Harry Ellis, manager of the engineering division. Due to to produce this year are two gas turbines, one of 40 mw capacity near Port Hardy and a second of 28 mw at Prince Rupert. Gas turbines can burn any fuel to create a blast of hot air to turn the generators. For these two the fuel will be oil. In 1974. the schedule calls for the ninth generator at the Peace River project. 275 mw: a sixth generator at the Burrard thermal plant at Port Moody near Vancouver, 150 mw: and a second gas turbine at Prince Rupert, 28 mw. For 1975, a second gas tur- bine is planned at Port Hardy. 40 mw; and the first two hydro units at Kootenay Canal near Nelson. 250 mw. CABLES New cables to Vancouver Island will increease the capacity there by 175 mw in 1976, with the second two units at Kootenay Canal, 250 mw. and the first two at Mica Creek, north of Revelstoke. 800 mw. In 1977. two more units are scheduled for Mica Creek, 800 mw. While the cables to Van- couver will be laid in 1976. only part of them giving 175 mw of capacity will be used that year. The other 175 along with the necessary terminal equipment, will be in service in 1978. These new cables will handle the Vancouver Island requirements until 1980. On the Mainland, new capacity will be needed in the system by 1979 meaning that decisions on some pro- jects will be needed fairly soon to allow for construction. On Vancouver Island, federal and provincial fisheries departments are studying the Campbell River system to see if additional generating capacity can be added. Hydro and fisheries experts .are also examining generation possibilities on the Kokish River on the island. ISLAND SUPPLY Dr. Ellis says determining how power will be supplied to Vancouver Island after 1980 is the key to how the rest of Hydro's system will be developed. He doesn't anticipate that it will be answered by installa- tion of nuclear power, so that brings it back to deciding between thermal generation or more transmission cables, overhead or underwater. For the mainland, the pre- sent studies involve sites on the Peace and Columbia Rivers where there has already been extensive development. On the Peace, further con- sideration is being given to a site about 10 miles downstream from the W. A. C. Bennett Dam where a re- regulating dam and powerhouse could take advan- tage of the massive storage capacity of Lake Williston. Final determination about the site and completion of the Peace generation station awaits a re-examination of proposals to divert the McGregor River, a part of the Fraser River system, back through the Peace system. Herald- Business Imperial reduces Mackenzie program INUVIK. N.W.T. (CP) Imperial Oil Ltd. will reduce its ex- ploration program in the Mackenzie Delta this winter. Gordon William of Calgary, the company's frontier operations manager, said this week. Imperial Oil, which had six rigs in the Delta last year, will operate with four this year. Mr. William said the decision was made for several reasons, including a poor drilling success rate. Imperial Oil was reassessing its Delta program and studying data collected from drilling and seismic work in hopes of higher success in the future. The Imperial Oil slowdown will be offset to some degree by Gulf Oil, which plans to increase by one to three. THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY ADVANCED FAMILY THERAPY Courta No. 469-73 at Medicine Hat A seminar (or participants who have taken an Introductory Family Therapy course or seminar and who want to further improve their own personal techniques ana skills in understanding and working with lamily units. Instructor: Joyce E. Irvine, R.S.W. Datet and Timer November 14, 15 and 16, 1973 to p.m., with one evening aeetion November 15, to p.m. Fee: Please register before November 2.1973. Sponsored by the School of Social Welfare and the Division of Continuing Education. The University of Calgary, in co-operation with the Medicine Hat Community College and the Mental Health Services. Medicine Hat. For further information, contact Diviiion of Continuing Education The University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Phone 284-5431 Mr. Ed Denning, Regional Director Mental Health Service! 1201-3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-9281 the best picture we've ever brought you in your choice qfjgyr screen sizes! ALL NEW 1974 SOLID-STATE 18 PP The MATADOR E3855W 18" diagonal compact portable. Grained American Walnut color cabinet accented by sharply contrasting White trim on top. Titan 275V Chassis. Solid- State Super Video Range Tuning System. 529 .95 20 I PP The ALDEBARAN E4025W 20" diagonal compact. Grained American Walnut color. Titan 300V Chassis. 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