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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta South Vietnam sees 6peace' on the wall Saturday, Nevtmbir II, THI I1THMID6I HIKAIO Rigid health care rules not wanted says Dr. Monks AN ANALYSIS By FOX BUTTERFIELD New York Times Vietnam will have to accept the settlement sometime said one senator who of secret talks in Paris. As part of the continuing negotiations, Ambassador offered and rejected In 19B9, would involve separate negotiations, first between third South Vietnam and the Vietcong. Each set of a representative sit in on the secret negotitions in Paris between Kissinger and Le (CP) Presidents of medical societies in and phydcfaiE, Dr. Jerry Monks of Saskatoon said SAIGON South the closed-door Bunker talked the United have a different the north Vietnamese westo-n provinces are while still trying to press what he in the palace Vietnam and the Foreign Lam said he thought to heatlh care Monks, president of the and Washington for more continued, "It 17 minutes, an second between told newsmen that ba South Vietnam's impose rigid controls Medical Society, ahle peace terms, is most of Thieu's time for such a and South South Vietnam to the regular Paris the group could not en- ly preparing to accept a peace settlement when it is finally worked out. This is the view of many Informed Vietnamese and American officials here who have been bewildered and bemused by the continuing spate of contradictory speeches, statements and leaks to the press coming out of President Nguyen Van Thieu's palace eve- since Henry A. Kissinger visited Saiigon over three weeks ago. The strongest indication that Saigon would, in fact accept the nine-point draft accord came Tuesday in secret testimony by Foreign Minister Tran the nine-point accord have already been cleared up." The key remainng issue, the senator reported Lam as having said, was the need to get some firm understanding on the withdrawal of North Vietnamese troops from South Vietnam. Most American officials appear to share this view. "If pretty well nailed down said one usually reliable soiree, "Though it may take a little more negotiating to get everyone to sign." It is widely expected in Saigon that Gen. Alexander M. Haigr Jr., President Nixon's deputy adviser on national suggested that Bunker had merely delivered a note from Washington and had not discussed the disputed terms of the accord. In contrast with these reports of progress toward getting Saigon to accept a settlement, the presidential palace has continued to deny that South Vietnam will agree to the accord and has persisted in offering new proposals of its own. Wednesday, for example, the quasiofficial newspaper T i n Song reported that Thieu's chief aide, Hoang Due Hha, had proposed that instead of the present nine-point draft needed foi OTTAWA (CP) Representatives of the Church of Scientology Friday present e d Prime Minister Trudeau and other party leaders with a brief linking unemployment with mental health pfoblems. Much of the spent on mental health this year "could have been better expended in creating jobs and training mental patients and others to fill the group's statement peace of mind ly, denied charges by Scientologists that current psychiatric practices are invapid and harmful. The church says that electric shock treatments are used without full knowledge of side effects and that drugs are used to control patients rather than cure them. According to the Scientology Creed issued with the brief, the religious group is against the treatment of the mentally ill outside of religious Pham Dang Lam, but sources in the presidential palace said that Nha himself wanted to attend. This variety of proposals and positions has led many diplomats here to conclude that the Thieu government is simply trying to stall and to wrest a few extra concessions out of Washington. More cynical South Vietnamese believe that the plethora of statements only reflects the government's lack of a real policy. "Thieu just doesn't have a fixed position on peace, what he wants and what he thinks he car said one earnings show increase OTTAWA (CP) Average weekly earnings by workers in a broad cross-section of industry were J153.ll in September, compared with ?150.92 in August, Statistics Canada reported yesterday. Average earnings in September last year were a week. Statistics Canada also reported that on a seasonally adjusted basis, September a monolithic health caro delivery system as recommended by some health study ports, but would support erly-controlled projects to inv prove health delivery. A clear mechanism of negotiation and mediation of dis-putes over fees is required in each province, said Dr. MonteJ who added the presidents favored a continuing dialogue to prevent possible confrontation involving physicians and government. The meeting, fourth of Iti type in Western Canada, was the first held in Saskatoon, said Dr. Monks. 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