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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 7, 1974 Sagging economy hitting Europeans B> THE ASSOCIATED PRESS West Germany reported its highest unemployment in 15 two ailing European auto giants required emergency aid and Britain prepared tough energy-saving steps Friday. In the Middle East, Saudi Arabia is reported to have i eached basic agreement with tour United States oil com- panies to buy out all their shares in the Arabian American Oil Co. and thus become sole owner of Aram- co, the world's largest oil producing company. The Middle East Economic Survey said the long-expected deal would have a far- reaching effect on the inter- national oil situation but it was not immediately known whether the change would have an impact on consumer prices. West Germany, which boasts one of the healthiest economies in the West, reported nearly per- sons out of work in November and warned that the number may top one million early next year. Chancellor Helmut Schmidt was expected to meet with his cabinet next week to map out economic measures against mounting "stagflation" simultaneous recession and inflation. The federal labor office said the 3.5-per-cent unemploy- ment rate was the highest since February, 1959, when 1.2 million workers, 5.7 per cent A time for sharing... A time for growing Looking for ideas for Christmas giving? Why not give that special someone a gift for learning? A Gift Certificate from The School of Continuing Education at the Lelhbridge Community College For more information call Tern at THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lethbridge Community College 327-2141 Extension 228 of the labor force, were jobless. In Washington, the U.S. labor department reported Friday that the U.S. un- employment rate leaped to 6.5 per cent in November, its highest level in 13 years. Britain's Labor government announced emergency meas- ures leading to partial state takeover of the British Leyland Motor Corp., the country's largest auto com- pany and maker of the Austin, Morris, MG, Jaguar, Daimler, Rover, Triumph and Wolseley motorcars. The company has lost million since last April because of declining sales and labor walkouts and new- spapers reported it needed million to pull out. The British government was also reported ready to assume wide powers to conserve energy, including new speed limits and restrictions on heating and lighting in in- dustrial and public buildings. The government said the measures will be announced Monday. Prices on the London stock market tumbled, led by oil is- sues that took a bad beating amid a rash of speculation that major outfits were in trouble. Garrison project talks to resume in Washington WASHINGTON (CP) -Pol- icy talks between Canada and the United States on the con- troversial Garrison diversion project are scheduled to resume here Jan. 17, an interior depart- ment source said Friday. "It's supposed to be a high- level policy meeting at the re- quest of the he said, "but the cast of charac- ters has not been drawn up yet" Canada and the U.S. last met on the subject of the huge Worth Dakota irrigation pro- ject last August in Ottawa. Talks were scheduled to resume here in December, but were postponed at the request of Canada. Glen Shortliffe, head of the U.S. division of the depart- ment of external affairs, led the Canadian team at the Ot- tawa sessions. 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