Canberra Good Neighbour in Canberra, Australian-Capital-Territory
1 Mar 1959

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1 Mar 1959

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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - March 1, 1959, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Are you o regular Reader if you Are and wish to continue receiving the Good Neighbour through the mail please let us know if you change your address. You can do this by writing to the Good Neighbour department of immigration Commonwealth Centre car. Latrobe and Spring streets Melbourne. If you Are not already a regular Reader and would like to receive copies of this monthly bulletin free of charge just write to us at the above address. Please write your name in capital letters like these and give your full postal address. Vampire Jet lots go err. Sub Hess a former pole and a Valrian migrant were among 14 graduates who recently received their ii i fits from Raab personnel chief. Air vice marshal a. L Walters. They were Zdzislaw Krawczyk of my Lawley Western Australia and sgt. Pilot Andris of Mittagong . The impressive ceremony for , and Raaf graduates took place at the Raaf station Pearcy . Krawczyk was born in Wolno Poland but was taken to Russia by Bis Mother after his father was killed Early in the War. From there they travelled to Persia India and East Africa before migrating to Australia. Krawczyk now 23 was Only 14 when he arrived in Australia. After studying hard at the Junior technical school in Perth he worked As an aircraft Mechanic for the Macrobertson Miller airline which services the Northwest and most of . Popular in 1957 lie joined the Raaf As aircrew trainee. Hincenbergs who was born at Riga in Latvia and educated in ., is the son of an architect. He migrated to Australia with Liis family about 10 years ago. Described by his commanding officer Wing commander Coombes As one of the most popular men on the course he has proved himself an excellent Rugby and basketball player. Wing commander Coombes said both men would prove a great asset to the Raaf. A Andris Hincenbergs receives his wings from air vice marshal a. L. Walters. A proud Mother admires wings of fully qualified Vampire Jet Pilot Krawczyk. They make test for Good taste r migrant girls working As Laboratory assistants in the Southwark brewery Adelaide never taste the Beer but make sure that Consumers drink Only what is Good for them. Members of a team of analysts the girls ensure that the Beer is always Good. The girls Are miss Waltraud Pauk formerly of Hanover and miss Ildi Kurschner of hungarian parentage from Egypt. The Laboratory handles some 15.000 Beer constituent samples upon which 60,000 to 70.000 tests Are made every year. Miss Pauk chose the Job because she thought it would be different and interesting. She migrated to South Australia with her parents six years ago and received her education at High school. Today in her spare time she is studying for a Bachelor of science degree and Hopes to graduate from Adelaide University in about six years. There Are very Good opportunities in Australia provided you Are willing to study and she said. Miss Kurschner migrated to South Australia seven years ago and studied science at Adelaide University before joining the brewery Laboratory staff. She can speak French English hungarian and arabic. I like the Job because it has a certain amount of miss Kurschner said. On time a a dutch migrant naturalised recently became an australian citizen exactly five years after his arrival in Australia. He is or. Ray Steens manager of the boy up Brook flax Mill Western Australia. Or. Steens studied accountancy and worked with a firm of auditors in Rotterdam before migrating to Australia with his wife and three year old child. Nine languages Nochell study v i a a Jiff i h b i ii1111 i Iii i we latvian migrant whoa was one of the first official court interpreters to be appointed in South Australia eight years ago last month began a Law course at Adelaide University. He is George basis tvs pictured Al right who migrated to Australia 10 years ago As a displaced person. George 31, Speaks nine languages English. Russian German. Polish yugoslav. Latvian. Ukrainian bulgarian and czech. He was one of the interpreters appointed to the War crimes commission in Germany at the end of the War. His first Job in Australia was As a clerk interpreter with the South australian harbours Board for about 18 months. Efficiency George s efficiency As an interpreter brought him to the notice of magistrates dealing with cases in port Adelaide police court and it was not Long before he was appointed an official court interpreter one of the first in South Australia. He later worked As an interpreter for the . Police department in Adelaide and the departments of immigration and labour and National service in Sydney. About a year ago George decided that he had seen enough of court procedure to want to make Law his career. So he took an appointment with a firm of Legal practitioners. His leaving certificate qualifications from a school in his native daugavpils have been accepted by Adelaide University As a basis for George to begin his Law course. George who has a knowledge of the Laws of Many european countries said that in his Opin Ion British Law was the fairest to the world. Another thing i like about Australia is the friendliness of the people he said. It does t matter whether they Are Rich or poor they All extend the warm hand of Friend ship to migrants invent a new Brick new Honey com Maryp Lumbrick invented by two dutch migrants a been accepted for House building throughout Ami Thalia. The migrants say the Brick Are half the weight of ordinal Clay bricks and can Cut housing costs by 15 per cent. The inventors Are form i builder Cornelius Eylander Ani William Beukers of Snow Oft South Australia. Or. Eylander came to Australia four years ago from am hem and or. Beukers migrated Only a few months ago from Thi Hague. Partnership or. Beukers came to Australia specifically to form a Brick making partnership with or. Eylander a relative. Since he arrived in Australia or. Eylander had been sending Back information about Gypsum and other australian building materials to or. Beukers Holland. They collaborated in experiments until results were so prom Ising that or. Beukers decide to come to Australia and Joii in preparation for full Scalf production of the new Brick this year. To begin with they Are mat ing bricks equivalent to new Ordinary Laid bricks. A four Inch Gypsum Wai gives the same insulating Cape Ity As a 28in. Wall of solid Brid they claim. Special treatment would Alio the Gypsum Brick to be used it exterior Walls. The bricks had been approve by the Commonwealth scientific and Industrial research organisation building division

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