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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June LETHBRIDGE Rebels, soldiers friends r under informal ceasefire MONTH END SALE n__ A nn i A n t trAC Kaf nro iVI A AAl_. AAm.ft_. Running hard Liberal Brian Flemming, a 35-year-old Halifax lawyer, is running hard for election in the riding held by Conservative leader Robert Stanfield. He is trying to capitalize on the fact that Mr. Stanfield is absent most of the time. Abortions social A" MUFFLER for your BUICK CADILLAC CHEVROLET CHRYSLER DODGE FORD OLDSMOBILE PLYMOUTH PONTIAC MERCURY DATSUN TOYOTA VOLKSWAGEN PICK-UP Drop in or Call 328-6353 CARDINAL MUFFLER CENTRE 2710-12 Ave. South TORONTO (CP) Canadian doctors say they will not develop guidelines on abortions performed for social and economic reasons. The doctors voted against a motion calling for such guide- lines at the general council meeting of the Canadian _Medical Association here Monday. Dr J F Patten of London, Ont who presented the motion, said that studies have shown that nine out of 10 abortions in Canada are done for social and economic reasons He added that statistics indicate that medical reasons rarely exist The Criminal Code allows abortions to be performed only for medical reasons. By HENRY KAMM New York Times Service LUSAKA, Zambia Mario Scares, the Foreign Minister of Portugal, is regarded by the liberation movements of Mozambique and Angola as the best friend they have in the Portuguese government. Before leaving Lusaka June 6 after the opening two-day round of talks with the Mozambique liberation front, he said he considered "peace and liquidation of colonialism" the main goals of both Portugal and the independence movements. Genuine warmth, embraces and handshakes marked his encounters with Samora Machel, president of Frelimo, the liberation front, and Soares said the gestures had been spontaneous, not political window dressing. Nonetheless, the Portuguese delegation left Lusaka visibly disappointed, in sharp contrast to the Frelimo leaders, who returned to their headquarters in Tanzania in a victorious mood. Soares, willing to concede the liquidation of colonialism, had failed to get from Frelimo the cease-fire he had hoped for. The rebels, for their part, apparently felt victory too near at hand to yield in their demand that independence and an end to the fighting come in a timetable decided by them. The meeting, and Soares's drawn face, illustrate how difficult Portugal's withdrawal from her two vast African possessions will be after nearly five centuries of colonialism. And getting out of Mozambique will be child's play compared with the much more complex problem of the future of Angola, in the opinion of most observers questioned in the course of a five-week visit to Portuguese Africa. In Mozambique, Frelimo has clearly achieved, through persistent military action and skillful propaganda in Mozambique and the world, the position of the only creditable contender to represent tne aspirations for independence of the eight million Africans. Not so in Angola. Two major liberation movements are in the field; fighting the Portuguese army no more determinedly than they fight each other. One is the National Front for the Liberation of Angola, based in Zaire and led by Holden Roberto. The other is the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola, based in the Congo Republic and led by Agostino Neto. Portugal cannot sit down to negotiate with one set of nationalist leaders, as she can with Frelimo, wilh reasonable assurance that an agreement reached can be carried out. The negotiations will have to be either triangular or in two phases, with the guerrilla movements making peace among themselves before independence talks. Another advantage held by Frelimo is a more credible local presence, enabling its leaders to negotiate with a confidence founded on real strength. Its full-time guerrillas are widely spread throughout the north and northeast of the far-flung country, creating a real sense of insecurity and keeping most of Portugal's troops in Mozambique pinned down However, the military record of the Angolan movements has been spotty, and the Portuguese troops in that West African territory appear under no sustained pressure. JUNE 27th- 28th- 29th Damp welcome for Queen mother TORONTO (CP) Although earlier thunderstorms and hail dampened the airfield, red carpet and dais, skies were bright for a brief period 'as Queen Mother Elizabeth arrived at Toronto International Airport to start a seven day visit to Toronto and Montreal. The inclement weather sent the welcoming party of several hundred scurrying indoors to greet the 73-year- old Queen Mother on her sixth visit to Canada. The skirl of bagpipes played by the Toronto Scottish and the boom of a 21-gun salute by the Toronto Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, thundered inside the cavernous hangar as Her Majesty paused for official ceremonies after an eight-hour flight aboard a Canadian Armed Forces Boeing 707. Looking slightly tired but cheerful, the smiling Queen Mother left later for Windfields, the Toronto estate of industrialist E. P. Taylor, which will serve as her headquarters for the tour. Today, she begins a full iti- nerary of public and private events culminating in her at- tendance at the 115th running of the Queen's Plate and a provincial government picnic Dominion Day at Queen's Park. By GenejNJWcette ANOTHER VITAMIN HAS SEEN ADPEP TO THE NU- TRITIONAL ALPHABET VITAWIN "Of. 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