Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - December 1, 1962, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory ? to All our readers he Good Neighbour offers you Best wishes for the festive season and for the coming year. This is the time of year when relatives and friends both near and afar Are remembered. It is the time for happiness and thanksgiving for giving and receiving with equal pleasure. We Hope that this happiness will remain with you in 1963. For its Pari the Good Neighbour in the new year will continue to Tell you More of this great country and to provide a source of news for All who have an interest in Australia and her huge immigration project. Christmas is celebrated in Many different ways in Many different places but All who celebrate it Are mindful of its deep significance. The Joys of the season Are particularly the Joys of children and on this Page we bring you pictures of youngsters observing the traditions of Many lands As they Welcome Christmas in at left two lithuanian children make friends with Santa Claus at a Christmas party. Right ukrainian children uphold the tradition of Carol singing around an illuminated Star on Christmas eve celebrated by the russian orthodox Church on january 6. At Bottom left polish girls in National dress pause near a tree to watch the festivities. Centre polish children enjoy one of their traditional dances at a Christmas concert. Right conforming with tradition a latvian girl recites poetry for Santa Claus to win his Good favour and a gift. ?