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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE iriHBRIDGt HERALD Tueiduy, Seplcmbor 12, 1972 Govt. to propose tax law changes OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister John Turner's office said Monday the government will propose changes in tax law affecting registered retirement savings plans, mutual funds, and the withholding tax re- quired to be paid on remit- tances going to 1G countries. The announcements said the changes will benefit taxpayers and are being announced now so that taxpayers can plan their affairs. Some depend on legislation to be proposed at the next session of Parliament. Other changes can be in- troduced by order-in-council. Under present law, when pre- iiu'ums paid Into a registered Judge finds mine firms at fault in fatal slide VANCOUVER Brit- ish Columbia Supreme Court judge Monday found two min- ing companies equally at fault in failing to provide proper safety measures in the dump- ing of mJne waste which result- r'i in a fatal slide near Natal, B.C., in 1968. Two occupants of a car were killed when thousands of (mis of waste rock and overburden slid down a mountainside at the Balmer Ridge open pit coal op- eration. The supreme court action re- sulted when Emil Anderson Dief Conservative nomination PRINCE ALBERT rovided by gravelly silt at the dump site and an increase in water pressure which added to the instability. Mr. Justice Berger noted that SOVIET RUNS SOUGHT WASHINGTON (AP) Al- aska Airlines has Civil Aeronautics asked the Board for authority to operate scheduled service lo Leningrad and Mos- cow next year. during the 10-day trial, Kaiser said the whole mining industry was guilty of the same failure to ensure the safety of dumps. This did- not justify Kaiser's failure to take precautions against a risk it should have oiown about, the judge added He said Kaiser designated the dump site and therefore had duty to make it safe. The judge said Anderson also had a duty to ensure safety once the site had been chosen Africa, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, the U.K. and the U.S. Panama seeks treaty on canal PANAMA