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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 7, 1971 THE LETH5RIDGE HERALD 13 SAVED DURING HEART ATTACK Gerald E. Taylor, 51-year-old lales executive from Sarosola, Flo., ii visited by his wife, Angela, in Georgetown University Hospital in Washington. Taylor is recovering from a "by-pass" operation that detoured blood past a blocked coronary artery. The operation was performed while Taylor's heart attack was in progress. Truce supervision stalls agreement WASHINGTON (Rcuter) One of the problems holding up a Vietnam peace agreement is the inability of the United States to get assurances of ef- fective international super- vision of a ceasefire, diplomatic sources said here. The United States-and pre- sumably North approached Canada, Indonesia, Poland and Hungary to serve on (he International commission of control and supervision men- tioned in tlK summary of their tentative accord disclosed Oct. 26. The state department re- ported that it was encouraged by the preliminary responses from some of the four coun- tries. But so the best the U.S. has been promised is a to- ken international presence just before or at the start of the ceasefire. Organization of the larger force of military observers en- visaged would have to come out of the international conference which would guarantee the peace terms and p-ovide a broad umbrella for the four country supervisory body, the sources said. Under the U.S.-Novth Viet- namese tentative peace plan, that conference would be con- vened within 30 days after the signing of the peace accord. Even if it took place promptly, .the probably involving such major powers as the U.S., Soviet Un ion, Britain and France and a many as a dozen other smal c o u n t r i c last for weeks. The 1954 Geneva confer ence on Indochina met from April 26 to July 21. In contrast to the small Inter national Control Commission (Canada, India and Poland are the members) set up by the 1034 Geneva conference, tin new supervisory body is envis aged as a force of several hun dred observers. The large' number is required to police the scattered areas of Commu nist-and South Vietnamese gov- ernment-controlled .territory. CANADA PREPARED Canada said last week that i! is ready to put its 19-man dele- gation to the existing ICC a the disposal of the new super visory body for the interim be tween the ceasefl-e and the in ternational conference. But External Affairs Ministei Mitchell Sharp made cleai Thursday thct coy further Ca nadian role would depend upor what the conference decided concerning the memberships term of reference and operation of the proposed supervisory body. on short flights