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Canberra Good Neighbour Newspaper Archives May 1 1955, Page 1

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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - May 1, 1955, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Joe new australian the monthly ii ii lie tin of the department of immigration to assist migrant. .17 Canberra May 1955 All to National service a further group of new australians will be required to Igister for National service As from May 18, 1955. Registration must be done within 14 Days of that Date. Hose required to Register Are Foung men who Are not Bri. Subjects and naturalized Ash subjects not already Regis who Are ordinarily resident Australia on May 18, 1955, by attained the age of 18 s Between january 1, 1954 june 30, 1954, both dates i Sive and were in Australia May 18, 1954. British subjects who have ated or will attain the age of ears Between january 1, 1955, and june 30, 1955, both dates inclusive will also be required to Register. Registration forms Are available at All District employment offices of the department of labour and National service and Money order Post offices. The addresses of the former offices Are to be Lound in the Telephone directories. A registration form must be completed and posted to the registrar at the National service registration office in the capital City of the state of residence. ? soon they will be wearing the Blue of the . Young australians Robert a la left and Jan Mallich report to warrant officer a. Mckenzie at the . depot in Melbourne. Robert came to Australia from Hungary Ian was non in Czechoslovakia. Both Are now naturalized australian citizens. Raaf official photo. 7,000 . Assisted migrants due in april May More than 7.000 assisted British migrants will leave the United kingdom for Australia in i 2 vessels during april May this year. This is the largest number of assisted British migrants to sail for Australia in a similar period since 1952. Announcing this recently the minister for immigration or. Holt said that the Large parties of British migrants coming to Australia during april and May reflected the continuing interest British people were maintaining in migration to Australia. It was significant he said that despite improved conditions of living in the United kingdom there were still Many thousands of British people anxious to make a new life in Australia. Or. Holt said that the australian government would continue to Welcome and assist every eligible British migrant who was willing to Migrate to Australia. Two important features of the Content of the 7,000 British migrants arriving Here during the next few weeks Are the Large proportion of skilled tradesmen in Many Fields of Industry and the impressive number of Large family groups. The largest family group was or. Jesse Davis Metal worker his wife and eight children. They travelled in Otranto which reached Sydney late last month. In the same vessel was or. Francis Mccurdy mechanical draughtsman with wife and seven children. The Mccurdy family settled in South Australia. 1 Here Are also two Large groups of unaccompanied children among the april May migrants. These Are 31 children for or. Barnardo s Home travelling aboard Iberia and 38 youths in Otranto sponsored by the big brother ships in the big migration movement the numbers of assisted migrants they Are carrying and their dote of arrival at Fremantle a a arcades 254 april 21, str Theden 158 May i Arcadia 400 May 14, new Australia 1,580 May 15, Strathairn 700 May 16, Orsovai 200 May 19, More ton Bay 250 May 22, Himalaya 200 june 4. Georgic 1,820 june 8, Strathnaver 700 june i i Oronsaye 300 june 16, and orontes 710 june 27. A Model daughter she is Ria Van Zalken photographic Model and assistant for her father dutch photographer Daan Van Zalken. You will find Ria again with some of her rela reintroduce a new editor this month we introduce to you a new editor of the Good Neighbour. He is or. E. W. Waterman formerly chief of staff of the Sun news pictorial Melbourne who has been appointed director of publicity and Public relations in the department of immigration Canberra. Or. Waterman has had extensive experience in journalism in Australia London and new York. He succeeds or. Hugh j. Murphy of the news and information Bureau who has been in charge of the immigration pub licit Section since 1947. Or. Murphy will leave Australia in the Himalaya on july 8 to take up an appointment As immigration publicity officer stationed in Cologne Germany and in charge of publicity arrangements in Western Europe. Another officer or. Thomas j. Mckean has been appointed to Rome to cover immigration publicity in Southern Europe and will sail from Australia later this year. The appointments Are part of an intensified Campaign to attract More Good Type european migrants to Australia announced recently by the minister for immigration or. Holt. Or. Holt said that because of the improved conditions in Europe if was not so easy now to obtain migrants of the types and in the numbers needed. Australia would therefore have to intensify its publicity to compete with the widespread publicity being undertaken by other migrant receiving countries. Good Samaritan a new australian or. Ron Veale of King s Grove South Australia was injured when his taxi overturned near Gawler. Many cars passed him As he Lay there Hurt but nobody stopped to help him. Then there passed by a new australian who helped him and took him to a doctor and waited with him hours while he was treated then drove him to Hospital for a Ray and again waited. And when the Hospital had finished with or. Veale the migrant drove him Home and saw to his Comfort. He would take no Money for his seven hours of service. He would not even give his name. A similar Story was reported nearly 2,000 years ago. And when you come to think about it we Don t know by a Frame of Kofl Good a v

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