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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdncidoy, March 11, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 15 Four identified in beating death GRANDMA LIZ Actress Elizabeth Taylor, shown wHh her granddaughter, Leyla Wilding, in photo from the April Issue of Ladies' Home Journal. In an accompany- ing article, Richard Burlort, Liz' husband stated, "I never think of Elizabeth as a grandmother." Leyla Is the daughter of Miss Taylor's 9-year-old son, Michael Wilding, Jr. CALGARY (CP) Four of ho 10 men charged with non- capital murder were identified ruesday as being at the scene when the beating death oc- curred March 7, 1070. Edward Altenhoffen of Fort McMurray, told Alberta Su-' jrcme Court that he was in a group with the victim, Ronald eorge Hartley. Alteiihoffcn said the driver of truck in which he was a pas- senger was threatened and he he an another person were in- jured in an incident the other group provoked. Robert Paul Burton, Dennis Bruce Bullen, Douglas Bruce Agate and Davirl James Kuntz, all of Calgary and among the accused, were outside the truck he testified. STRUCK ON HEAD Altenhoffen said lie was struck on the heart, thrown in the ditch and heard someone threaten to shoot the driver of the truck if he didn't get out. When Hartley got out of the car which he was driving, members of the other group 'emerged from their four hides, Altenhoffen said. Hartley threw up his hands and "1 heard a scream." Earlier, a pathologist testi- fied Hartley died from a skull fracture, bleeding and "drown- ing in regurgitated stomach matter." Thirteen men, mostly mem- >ers of the Grim Reapers Mo- ircycle Club, were convicted non-capital murder in Sep- ember, 1970. Appeals resulted in one con- iction being upheld, one ac- uillal and 11 retrials. One of hose to be retried is in a coma and unable to attend court. Others appearing before Chief ustice J. V. H. Milvain are: 3ary Michael Apler, George tewart Lowe and Girard A lyre jeblanc, all of Calgary; Ron- anlc! John Dale and James Ming Glabais of lied Deer nd Daniel Adolphe Towes of .linden. UtlOU regulations in sight OTTAWA (CP) Transport Minister Don Jamieson told the Commons Tuesday he will pro- pose changes in anti-pollution regulations protested by oil companies and the New Bruns- wick government. He said he will offer New Brunswick Premier Richard Hatfield "certain alternatives" in the system of levies on. oil shipments which could be ap- plied nationally. Mr. Hatfield met the minister earlier Prime Minister Trudeau press for changes in the levy system, which he said has de- layed a SCO-million oil terminal development at Lorneville, N.B. The cents a ton of oil moving in or out of any Cana- dian introduced Feb. 55 after parliamentary approval last year. It is intended to create a fund of million to million from which the costs of pollu- tion cleanups will be paid. Mr. Jamieson refused in tho Commons to say what changes he wbuld propose. The changes would pub- lished only if Mr. Hatfield ac- cepted them. APPLY NATIONALLY Mr. Jamieson said that If Mr. Hatfield approves of his pro- posal, he assumed the changes will be applied nationally and that they will be announced. He said he is meeting the New Brunswick premier again rest, week, Mr. Halfield told reporters Monday Ural Continental Oil Co of Nfew York has postponed the start of its pro- posed oil terminal at Lorneville because of the added cost, pbset by the levy. The development was to havi started early this year. Mr. Jamieson told reporters that Continental has not made a direct request to tho federal jovcrnment for changes in the evy. Mr. Hatfield had been "in- ermcdiary. While Mr. Jamieson refused o detail changes he will offer, he hinted that the araovuil of the levy itself might be low- ered. Aside from the level of the oil, shippers also have com- plained that the levy applies to oil movements both in and out of port. Mr. Jamieson indicated that will probably not be changed. PAY FOR DAMAGE In the Commons Monday, Mr. Trudeau termed the levy as "just a way whereby we can en- sure that the large corporations wliich ore moving oil will in some manner be able to pay for any damage which results from any accidents. Mr, Hatfield said Continental has a good reputation for pollu tion control. Moments before the Conserva tive premier raised the lev} issue with the government Mon day, Opposition Leader Rchcr Stanfield pressed the govern ment in the House about it, plans to set tougher pollution regulations. That was in reference to th spill of fuel oi from B freighter wrecked las week off Vancouver Island. In reply then to Mr. Stanfiel and T. C. Douglas naimo-Cowichan-The Islands) Mr. Trudeau said the govern ment has no plans to introduc legislation beyond existing regu latibns. The wrecked freighter wa bound for a U.S. port, while th levy applies only to ships usin Canadian ports. Mr. Hatfield expressed fea that the levy may turn oil com panics away from developin terminals in Canada. Photographs hint life on Mars HONOLULU