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Canberra Good Neighbour Newspaper Archives Dec 1 1965, Page 1

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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - December 1, 1965, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Of carols by candlelight is an australian tradition in which the newest of new settlers can share immediately. Celebration of Christmas is part of the common heritage we enjoy with the people who come to our shores As migrants the festival of Christmas is refreshed by their presence among us. For Many new arrivals this will be the first Christmas away from their homelands. This is the time when the ties of Home whether they be across the sea or in some other part of Australia tug hardest at our thoughts. This is particularly the time when we older australians can demonstrate our Christian spirit by making the newcomer Welcome at our festivities and showing him our understanding. What better occasion than the carols by candlelight As a starting Point in common interest let us All the old australian and the new arrival bring our new friends to carols by candlelight and build our Friendship throughout the years. Minister for immigration no. 143 december,1965 citizenship convention four papers Tob Given a former Kumm award Winner who Wasa Rhodes scholar in 1960 is one of four who will write papers for the australian citizenship convention in Canberra next month. He is or. Sergio Giudici a civil Engineer with the Hydro electric commission in Hobart. His paper will give his impressions of Australia As one who was a migrant and upon the changes needed in the presentation of Australia overseas. The other papers for the convention will be by or. H. C. Coombs governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia or. J. A. L. Matheson Vic Chancellor of Monash University Melbourne and or. Harold Bell economic adviser to the Board of the australian Mutual provident society and vice chairman of the com r Mission on International monetary relations of the International chamber of Commerce in Paris. Good Neighbours meet picture Page 7a play Safe oads will be Busy Over the Christmas and new year holidays and the australian Road safety Council has issued some pointers for safer Holiday driving. It takes Only one mistake by you or another Driver to cause an Accident. Play your part by observing the following rules All the time you Are on the Road. A drive at moderate Safe speeds always. A stay in line. Overcome the urge to pass the slow coaches ahead. A Don t underestimate the danger of driving on open this is where most accidents happen. A when making trips on the main highways Start Early in the morning. A take Breaks from driving on Long trips but not drink before leaving on holidays have your car mechanically checked by your local garage. Hotter weather and Long journeys during the Holiday period Call for special care with the Cooling system. Have the car checked for defective Brake hoses Loose wheel bearings or broken Spring leaves and Check that there is no excessive play in the steering connections. If your car is in Good condition you will be contributing to safer driving on the Road. Remember that Road safety starts with you

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