Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia 22 Mar 1952
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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - March 22, 1952, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia in . Sydney sat the Holger Neilson method of resuscitation Deve loped in Scandinavia is to be Given a in month trial by the surf lifesaving Asso ? citation of Australia. \ it will replace the Schafer system now in general use in Australia. \ the surf lifesaving association which has ? 8,000 Active members in All states of Australia will continue with the Schafer method until the end of this season. But after next october All training and Competition work will be based \ on the Holger Neilson method. Difference told the chief superintendent of the association or. D. C. Lucas said \ this week the main difference Between the two methods is that the Holger Neilson promotes better than Normal breathing and the Scha f or less than Normal breathing. The Holger Neilson provides inspiration As Well As expiration America after using ? the Schafer system for 30 years has switched to the Holger Neilson sys Tern. It requires twice As much Effort As the Scha Fer and the operator has to be replaced after 10 minutes. It has both push and pull movements com pared with push Only in the Schafer method. The United states re search Council defence department and Public health service recently ? announced that the hoi Ger Neilson method was twice As efficient As the Schafer. No . Change both the a Royal lifesaving society Branch and St. John ambulance will continue to use the ? Schafer method of Resus \ citation. These bodies Are guided by the British medical association London which still favors this method. Othe operator Kneel across the head of the patient who lies face Down. He placet hit Handt under the patient arms butt above the elbows. Operator the the the Ohe lifts the arms upwards and at the same Tim rocks backwards. He draws them towards him. The arms Are then placed on the floor. Up Ards rocks the floor. A the operator move his hands to the Middle off the Back fingers pointed to the patient s feet. His hands Iddle of pointed the Ohe rocks Forward exerting downward pressure on the patient s Back and causing Active pret Ture is then slowly released and hands removed to the elbows again. The whole movement must be smooth and is carried out 12 times a minute. Pressure then and hands to movement ust is 12 is minute. Increased dried Vine crop Australia s 1952 dried grape yield was expected to be 75,000 tons an increase of 19,000 Over last year the dried fruits Board Secretary or. W. N. Twiss said today most of the increase was expected to come from other states. South Australia s yield last year was 13,800 tons. This year it was expected to be 14,250 tons. Estimated yields of the three main varieties in a were sultanas 9,000 tons. Currants 4,000 tons. Lexis 1,250 tons. The manager of Renmark fruit growers co operated Ltd. Or. F. E. Hepworth said a s Small share in the australian increase was due to a smaller currant crop. A s Small estimated in crease Over last year s crop was because More sultanas were Beine dried. Speeding offences head list speeding with a Pillion passenger 93 cases was the most prevalent offence Armoner prosecutions in february police records show. A total of 497 prosecutions under the Road traffic act was made for the month. Next most prevalent prosecution 90 was for excessive Speed. Other charges were driving without due care 65, failing to yield right of Way 65, permitting an unregistered vehicle to be driven 17. Drunk in charge of a vehicle 16, failing to obey traffic signal 15. This is the Man of the hour when the War began he was an obscure lieutenant colonel. When it ended he was the victorious Leader of the greatest army the world has Ever seen. The Man Eisenhower. Of course. If you want to know How he did it be sure not to miss William Forrest s splendid profile of the Soldier who As a possible presidential candidate has caused a furore in the United states. It will appear in All editions of the news on monday. In addition to informative articles such As this. The news next week will carry its usual big budget of latest australian and overseas news and a wide Range of human interest pictures. Here Are some reasons Why readers cannot afford to miss the news ? Max Patchen with his own delightful Brand of humor will be Back on monday. ? on tuesday David Low will contribute his world citizen cartoon strip. ? on wednesday another football coach will talk on his team s prospects. ? on thursday Sheila Sheldon will have her own special place for people with problems. ? on Friday a Complete racing and trotting guide will be published. ? on saturday All the big sporting events of the Day will be dealt with. 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They would be Lea by the commanding officer Wing commander r. Rechner. Lectures would be Given by permanent Raaf instructors. Airmen would use the Squadron s Ymir rawas and Mustangs. The men would live in huts on the station at mall Ala. Scientist plans trip in balloon i i new York Fri noted belgian scientist \ Jean Piccard now 68, said in Minneapolis he planned to make one More balloon trip 19 mile into the strato sphere. A he would take his wife with him he said. J Piccard famed for his j descents As Well As balloon trips is now professor of aeronaut Cal engineering at the University of Minnesota. 1 he has reached the j compulsory retiring age but Longs to make one More ascent. J on Bis next trip he said he would study cosmic rays and the i Light from from 100,000 it. He thought he could deter mine whether there was enough oxygen on Mars to support life
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