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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Nixon could sign law Friday TMt LBTHMMOOI HMALO -11 Alaskan pipeline backers ready to roll Alaaka The Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. hopes to fet a con- struction permit soon after President Nixon alfns the Alaska pipeline bill into law. Alyesb is a consortium of oil companies financing the US-billion project that will cany hot oil in a tt-iach pipeline from Alaska's North Slope 789 miles to a tanker ter- minal on the Gulf of Alaska at Valdez. The United States Senate approved the pipeline measure on an 80 to 5 vote. The House of Represen- tatives passed U Ml to 14 Mon- day. Backers say Nino may sign the measure Friday. Senator Ted Stevens commented after the Senate who op- posed this over the years ovght to take their share of responsibility for the crisis this country is Senator Thomas Eagleton domestic program today has greater priority than deal- ing with our deepening energy One of the five senators who voted against Senator Joseph Biden need in this country for additional crude oil is beyond hut I cannot go along with a bill that so clearly attacks one of our hard-won environmental have a lot of said Robert Millern an engineer with Alyeska. hope the president signs the bill before the end of the week and that the department of interior will issue a permit by the end of the year. CHALLENGE FEARED He said he also hopes bill will go unchallenged by environmental They have opposed it in lawsuits in the fearing damage from oil spills. Written into the bill is a lia- bility provision that would re- quire oil men to pay for a no- million land cleanup in the event of a spill. liability provision is Miller said. don't know what the results of a court test would but we have our lawyers giving it a thorough going- Miller said the real question is when the construction per- salt will come from Interior Secretary Rogers C. B. Mor- ton. have contracted Bechtel Planning Co. of San Francisco to do the detailed logistics for the actual Miller said. of a permit would allow Bechtel to plug live dates into the Work on the pipeline so far has consisted of soil-drilling tests and storage of pipe and other materials at three sites along the Prudhoe Bay on the North Fairbanks and Valdtt. Miller said the first year'r which could start as early as next primarily would be road construction the Yukon River. COLONELS FIRED RIO DE JANEIRO President Emilio Medici fired six army colonels ap- parently in connection with a military supply kickback scandal that has embarrassed Brazil's military regime. Medici gave no reasons for the dismissals. John Bull An unidentified sight-seer in traditional John Bull attire was among the crowd Wednesday to catch a jlimpse of the royal wedding outside Westminster Butte street decorations lighted Mont Despite the energy Butte residents will get to see at least some lighted Christ- mas decorations in their up- town district this year. Mayor Mike Micone said the street decorations will be turned on Thanksgiving Nov and will be kept on through Nov. 25 Unlike past Butie's decorations then will be kept dark until Dec. 21. What is the Good Of a Good Thing CAREERS Sales Representative There is presently available wKh a major nationally known manufacturer of consumable products unique opportunity m the Lethbndge area for an experienced creative industrial sales representative. Undisputed leadership in our field assures ample opportunity for professional growth and personel achievement WE A territory with high potential and established acc- ounts. An excellent field and classroom training- compensation included Guaranteed earnings plus expenses and employees benefits. Knowledge of metals helpful Automobile required. Further Information from Norman Heebner CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-8535 If No One Knows About PURCHASING MANAGER REQUIRED BY COLEMAN COLLIERIES LIMITED The successful applicant would be responsible for inventory control and other related functions. Preference will be given those applicants who have experience in mining or heavy industry. Coleman Collieries Is an established coal mining company in Southern Alberta and currently pro- ducing 1 million tons a year This position should be attractive to a man who wishes to join a broad experience of coal mining and who enjoys living in a community with ex- cellent outdoor recreational good hospital and first class housing availability. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Applications should be addressed to- The Cotoman Collieries P.O. Box Alberta TOK OMO Advertise Your GOOD THINGS CHIEF ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED BY COLEMANCOUERIESLIiTED Reporting to the Financial Controller the successful applicant will be responsible for all the Company's costing and financial reporting re- quirements. Applicants should have a recognized accounting de- signation or be in the 4th or 5th year of the C.G.A. or R.I.A. programs. Coleman Collieries Limited Is an established coal mining company In Southern Alberta and currently producing 1 million tons a year. The area Is attractive to one who enjoys living in an established com- munity with excellent outdoor recreational facilities. Good housing facilities available. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Applications should be addressed P.O. Bon Albefta TOK OMO The Lethbridge Herald CLASSIFIED or DISPLAY ADVERTISING Phone 328-4411 ;