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Canberra Good Neighbour Newspaper Archives Jul 1 1965, Page 1

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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - July 1, 1965, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Little boy. Big tuba but for new settler Karl Quinn playing in the band is part of the fun of belonging to the police citizens boys club at Fairfield near Sydney. The work that such clubs do and the part migrant youth plays in them is featured on the Centre pages of this Issue. This is the Mont for income tax returns thousands of settlers who have arrived Here in the past year will fill in their first australian income tax returns this month. You must Lodge a return if your income amounted to More than �209 during the financial year v hich ended on june 30, 1. 55, however taxation department officials advise you still to Lodge a return even if your earnings Are less so that any tax taken out of these earnings May be repaid to you. Returns must be in by july 31. If this cannot be done you should write to the taxation office and explain Why otherwise you May be fined. These income tax return forms Are available at All Post offices. Full details of the Type of form you need and advice on How to fill it in have been prepared especially for the Good Neighbour by taxation officials. Now turn to Page six for further details about your tax return. Financing a Home then see Page 7 ? minister returns take More interest in newcomers it q employers Melbourne july 4,-australian employers must take a More Active interest in the accommodation and general settling in of newcomers the minister for immigration or. Opperman said on his return to Australia today " they must get out of their system any idea about a refugee world he said. This was because of improved living standards in Western countries. He e.,in. 1t phas ised that employers could not afford to be complacent about the present record immigration figures. Employers would have to take an interest in the personal problems of migrants and assist them he or. Opperman was addressing press radio and television representatives at Melbourne Airport on his return from a 10 weeks tour to promote migration from Britain and Europe. Or. Opperman conferred with the governments of 12 countries and signed new migration agreements with the Netherlands. West Germany and Malta during the tour. Or. Opperman said that Australia would have to continue to work hard to attract migrants. In the financial year just ended Australia had set a target of 142.000 settlers and this would be substantially achieved. The number of applications in Britain is keeping up because people there feel Australia olters a better future for their last financial year Australia received 70.000" assisted and 20.00 unassisted settlers from Britain. Or. Opperman said that although they were economically buoyant and employed guest labor from other countries West Germany and the Netherlands favoured continued migration to Australia. Negotiations for new migration agreements were continuing in Italy and Spain where there were no closed doors to Australia. German agreement signed. Picture Page two. Below or. Opperman had a cheery Salute for Pressman who met his aircraft at Melbourne

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