Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
44 THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD May 16, 1973 Executive doubts steel mill value Feeding time It doesn't take much to draw a crowd when the place is a duck pond and you are as well equipped with bread as these early bird feeders at Sandusky, Ohio. This Saturday In Weekend Magazine ARE BAID "Ten or delving deepiv mlo thp business, scxial. and sexual life ot bald and baldms men has lommred Dr samuel I lerlich, an expeil in the tield ot hair transplants, that bald men are a breed apart. Don't miss his profile of the a! bald man as given to Bill Trent this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. In The Wilderness For 40 Years trnest Ilillen tells about the lite of v ear-old trapper Magnus Nyman uho has all vear round in the Northern Ontario since the IijiK The Voice Of "This Country In The Morning" A profile of the CBC's Peter bv Harry Bruce who worked for and v, ith him. Childhood Games Gerald Sevier's colortul photosoredd m some of the games children used to in the 40s Sulky Superstar Jack Kiser's storv on F ilion nou the best harness ra< ing drr.cr m theuorld. How The Americans View Us A special selection ot cartoons about Canada by members of the prestigious Association of American Editorial Cartoonists. Plus seven great recipes Mareo Ouver KMturing f Asparagus. The Lcthbridgc Herald VANCOUVER fCP) Canadian steel industry exec- utive warned here this week that a provincial government steel industry in British Co- lumbia could be a mil- lion disaster. Robert Henault, vice-pres- ident of Steel Co. of Can- ada, said he finds Premier Dave Barrett's apparent in- terest in obtaining European backing for steel making "surprising" on several counts. Mr. Hencault said a fully integrated mill would cost at least million and he does not know of any market jus- tification for such an invest- ment in B.C. Premier Barrett said April 17 he is open to offers for a steel mill in B.C., either with or without the participation of the government. TOUR Mr. Barrett said he would discuss steel mills on his European trip later this month. The government recently announced plans for a mil- lion boxcar plant at Squamish to relieve a boxcar shortage faced by the B.C. railway. "A railway boxcar plant would not appear to enlarge the market enough, and there is even a question whether all the boxcar plants in Can- ada could support a steel mill for the type of invest- ment Mr. Heneault said. COMPETITION He said a B.C. steel mill would face severe competi- tion from Japanese mills, which have not seen fit to build facilities in B.C. Mr. Heneault said there is a world-wide trend to build steel mills at the market rather than at the source of raw material. However, he said the busi- ness outlook for the next few years is optimistic. 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