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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHDRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 27, 1972 HE'S CONFIDENT David Anderson, leadsr of ihs Liberal Parly in British Columbia, tcld news conference that Liberals woblrl form next government in B.C. Election has been called for Aug. 30. wpion contract imminent LONDON Crmdian Defence Minister Edgar Benson says he licpos a ccitrr.ct will be signed within for a million purchase by Canada of British-built Scorpion tanks. Benson io'd a news confer- ence Tuesday that Canadian forces hope Lo obtain about 100 Scorpions Lo replace the Centu- rion tanks now in use. Is o in 0) T3 E O SJ .E .1 CL Tho Herald 'rinliny and tilhoyraphy "As far as the military is con- cerned, we'd like to have the Scorpion and we have been ne- gotiating a contract and talking about the minister said. The purchase was one of the items by Benson and British Defence Secretary Lord Carringtcn during a formal meeting Tuesday following the Canadian minister's arrival Monday for a week-long visit. Benson said he also is looking at the British Kimrcd aircraft to replace the 33 Argus long- range patrol planes now in serv- ice with Maritime Command, OK REPLACEMENT The Canadian cabinet earlier this month approved a presenta- tion by Benson and Trade Min- ister Jean-Luc Pepin recom- mending replacement of the Argus. The cost is expected to reach up to 5700 million. The government appears to hope the expenditure will pro- duce new liigh-lechnology jobs in Canada and persuade the de- fence industry to rationalize its operation. pledged JI- OTTA VA (CP) Two weeks ago Solicitor-General J e a n- Pierre Goyer said he would order an "in-depth" look at the RCMP's internal disciplinary procedures. But Mr. Goyer now Is away on holiday and apparently did net tell any of his officials or those of the police force that such a studv was to be made. The solicitor-general promised the innuiry July 10 after talking privately in Reeiiia with former RCMP corporal Jack Ramsay, author of a recent Maclean's magazine article critical of the force's administration and mor- ale. They met at a radio station following an open-line show on wl'ich Mr. Goyer was a guest. After the meeting. ?Tr. Cn-'cr Intel reporters he sl'trcd rlr. Ramsay's concern about the force's di.scioline of its own members and would order a sVuily. The solicitor-general's execu- tive assistant, Donald Foley, said recently that tlic minis- ter has not yet asked anyone to conduct the inquiry or .set out its mandate. Mr. Foley said Mr. fioycr, left town last week on holiday and v.'ill return durir-.R the of n. He would not say where Mr. Goyer was holidaying I Calls lo RCMP headquarters and lo Bernard Ifoflcy, actinp j deputy solirilir-gencral. clicileil I no further informalion about the sialus of Uic sludv. Neilhcr the police force: nor Mr. Ifofley had any official knowledge of Mr. Goyu's promise. Tour west coast (IIXS) Mr. and Mrs. Rcrli'n Ilickson, visited Ilicir sou I'liil iiral family at Kflmonlon before Mrs. Dickson Iravi-llcrl In Vnncmivw, lo yi-.il and join a Iniir ri.-m'n I he wc'.f'Tii (Onsl. of WashinR- lon and California and .some of the Lslandb. 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