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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 3, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Challenge, not strangulation faces Britain says PM roses, eggs for his unemployment lund could be gone by spring DETROIT (AP) Unless There are U.S. auto The industry's unique is an abrupt turnaround workers out of work this plemental OTTAWA (CP) Britain's Secretary of State Henry refine it and use it ourselves realistic consultations are go-present .economic situation Kissinger about the possible until we get to the point where ing on with those What do you bring one of the world's tallest women, car sales, workers at Chrys- week, with 26 assembly lines Benefit (SUB) funds assure a ler Corp. and General Motors shut down because of the laid-off auto worker almost 95 will exhaust special company- slump in car sales: at per cent of his regular presents a challenge not a use of force in an ultimate oil we are producing more than about the form and style, 01 strangulation situation, says confrontation in the Middle we can consume and then ex- tte taking her out for a first unemployment funds this GM; at Ford; at home pay when coupled with spring, Leonard Woodcock Chrysler, and at unemployment British Prime Minister East. u Martin ni nrti I don t think wp shfill be mem was setting, up Gerber American Motors. Almost all "Unless other Hirold Wilson He said middle oil poi- L uuli L we aucm uc i-iaroia wiibon. F rmacious about it We shall National Enterprise a United Auto Workers Chrysler's jobless are on are made, once SUB runs Speaking Sunday on the CTV icies were not strangling the upacious aooui u. we snail rt i- 13 ttnf ho lake account of world nrices aimed at iriiiKing of president warned that indefinite furloughs. the company is no television program Question British economy, and that he taut