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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Specialists say Patty may have been near change By RICHARD SALTUS LOS ANGELES Some medical specialists say Patricia Hearst's decision to become an urban guerrilla may have resulted from a form of but another expert suggests she was simply ripe for the change. Dr. Zev Wanderer says it depends on whether the Sym- bionese Liberation Army made up predominantly of male convicts and radical young was sophisticated enough to transform the news- paper heiress against her will into a gun-wielding rebel. the SLA were such fine behavioral I'd like to offer them a job said head of the Centre for Behavior Therapy. But a psychiatrist who has advised the Randolph Hearst family since their daughter was abducted Feb. 4 from her insists that systematic techniques are not necessary. 'NOT AT ALL UNUSUAL' Given the a feeling of shared danger and her relative said Dr. Frederick Hacker of Los it is conceivable that JO-year-old Miss Hearst may lave yielded to mental not at all unusual that n late adolescence one jecomes a very different he said. the her apparent conversion is not par- jcularly short if one considers total control of nformation and nterpretation they had dur- ng her A former observer of so- called of Ko- War prisoners agreed. 'We felt it had been demonstrated that if you have physical control of a mman being for a few weeks more it's possible in nost instances to make significant changes in the way jeople behave perhaps said Dr. William Mayer. now head of the California health was a member of a special United States Army team that studied U.S. soldiers repatriated from Korean prison camps. He to speculate on Miss Hearst's motives. CITES CASES who said his centre has treated many sim- ilar young women from weathy said Miss Hearst may have been alienated from her parents and their values. such young people have disdain for their parents' but they'll live in said Wanderer. there is a widespread lack of communication between them and their and when something comes along that is more reinforcing than the there can be a dramatic He added that unless someone is ready for change or is at least wide shifts in behavior can be affected only through sophisticated techniques and training. Newspaper executive Ran- dolph Hearst said of his had her 20 years. They've had her 60 Resigns post WINNIPEG The general manager of the Manitoba Theatre Thomas has resigned his post for the 1974- 75 season. Mr. Bohdanetzky said today he actually made the decision last fall because he felt it was time for a and added the reasons had nothing to do with operations of the centre. Tax change for king STOCKHOLM Sweden's royal family will soon lose the privilege of not paying income tax. Parliament voted Monday night to end the royal family's exemption from income and inheritance tax and customs privileges. The new law makes King Carl Gustaf immediately liable to pay inheritance tax and his current income of about million will be taxed starting in 1976. The 28-year-old monarch acceded to the throne last Septem- ber on the death of his Gustaf Adolf. Earlier this parliament adopted a new constitution downgrading the monarch's role to that of a ceremonial head of state. Dying bird Dave Riehl of Port El- holds a dying Great Blue Heron he found on the way to school this week. The bird died later from shock re- ceived after hitting over- head power lines. MINISTER DIES BRASILIA Interior Minister Gen. Vicente de Paulo Dale died Friday of a heart attack. Radar has part in baseball game By PETER MICHAELSON OTTAWA Radar plays a big part in the deci- sion by Montreal Expos to postpone a baseball game on a rainy day or merely to delay the starting time until the showers pass. That is because weath- ermen are using radar to fol- low clouds and storm activity and to predict with high ac- curacy whether Jarry Park is likely to get rain or snow within any six-hour period. Radar techniques provide a remarkably exact chart of precipitation conditions within a 120-mile radius of Ste. Anne de where McGill University meteorologists and physicists have set up a short-range fore- casting service and research centre. So sophisticated is the serv- ice that an updated precipi- tation map can be wired to the Montreal weather office every five minutes. The equipment can detect precipitation as light as .004 inches an hour in the Ottawa- Montreal-Quebec said Dr. John head of a 30-year-old organization of weather scientists named the Stormy Weather Group. ANALYSES CLOUDS Thunderstorms can be de- tected up to 200 miles in any direction from Ste. Anne de Bellevue. Radar gives the scientists an x-ray of clouds and infor- mation on their moisture con- said Dr. Marshall. It was usually impossible with the naked eye to determine whether a cloud is likely to cause precipitation. The radar under- written in part by the federal government's atmospheric en- vironment has the practical value of forecasting local possible flood- ing and storm areas. The installation near Mon- the best in the may solve some age-old mys- teries of storms. Dr. Marshall said his group wants to learn more about and has set up a recording station to spot the electrical phenomenon during storms. Scientists know that light- ning is an electrical discharge but they don't know what causes the locat- ing the exact position of the lightning in relation to the storm may provide answers. TELLS HAIL FROM RAIN In a preliminary lightning flashes were found to be related to the intensity of Teachers denounce bill MONTREAL A spokesman for Montreal's Protestant teachers Thursday criticized the provincial government's proposed language legislation as an attempt to build a French ghetto in Quebec. We are also part of an Eng- lish and we are not about to disappear because both our elected governments are run- ning scared of a group of bigots who will never be satisfied until they have built a unilingual French ghetto in said Don head of the Montreal wing of the Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers. TIGER IS BOSS The Siberian tiger is the largest and fiercest member of the cat family. precipitation at an altitude of said Dr. Marshall. the Stormy Weather Group's radar tech- nology means snow 'and hail can be distinguished in approaching weather systems. It was known 30 years ago that snow produces a dull echo on radar screens. Rain shows up about five times as bright as while snow melting to rain is brighter still. Traditional radar waves vibrate in many planes while polarized waves undulate from side to side in one producing much brighter echoes from hail than from rain. But radar weather scien- tists could not consistently distinguish hail from rain until when Glen McCormick of the National Research Council used polarized radar. Other refinements are needed to relate the intensity of precipitation echoes to the amount of snow and hail that likely would strike the ground and to determine the exact altitude of the echoes. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE Multicocal Lens LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT WATER USERS Please be advised that the Board of Directors after due consideration extended the deadline for completion of TERMINABLE AGREEMENTS of dry to and including MAY 1974. A further extension is doubtful. DOWNTOWN NORTH LETHBRIDGE We are your headquarters in Lethbridge for famous Toro lawn mowers. 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