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Canberra Good Neighbour Newspaper Archives Nov 1 1965, Page 1

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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory No. 142 november 1965 Allcan enjoy school Holiday play centres thousands of schoolchildren in All states will be catered for during the summer Holiday period with adventure courses play centres and Holiday schools. Organisations such As the National fitness Council the Young men s Christian association and playground associations Are again sponsoring organised activities for school children on holidays. A spokesman for the National fitness Council said that All children were welcomed to their play centres. This of course includes the children of new settlers. Many of our instructors Are themselves migrants the spokesman added. In new South Wales the National fitness Council will conduct play centres from january 5 to january 25. They will be held in co operation with local councils. Normally the local school is used but in some areas a Hall or . Buildings Are used. Play centres also will be held at Commonwealth hostels at Bunne Rong Batraville Dundas Bradfield Park Ca Ramatta Heath Hills and Villa Wood in the Sydney area. Outside Sydney they will be at Berkeley Hostel port Kemble unan Derra and Balg Ownie Hostel at fairy Meadow on the South coast. Details of the nearest play Centre in any area of new South Wales May be obtained by writing to the director physical education. . Building. Miller Street North Sydney phone 92 7162. In Queensland the playground and recreation association s three play centres in Brisbane Are open from 10 . To 5.30 . From monday to saturday during the school holidays and from 2 . To 5.30 . On sundays. The centres Are at Spring Hill Paddington and the satellite town of Inala. Each Centre has a Large Hall and a free Library. Trainer supervisors teach games and sports and there Are also Tennis courts at each Centre. The of the organisation is to keep children occupied and Happy in their Leisure hours. Further information is available from the Secretary. The playground and recreation association of Queensland. Love Street off St. Paul s Terrace Brisbane phone 2 5623. Other states Page 2 victorian methodists Welcome 90 migrants Ore than 90mbritish migrants sponsored by the methodist Church of Victoria under the bring out a briton scheme have arrived in the liner " fairs tar " at port Melbourne. Many of the migrants in the party were recruited by or. H. J. Dunn honorary business affairs representative of the methodist Church of Victoria who returned in the liner with them after a Holiday with his wife in Britain. Or. Dunn through his work with the methodist Church has already found accommodation in Victoria for hundreds of British migrants sponsored by the methodist Church. During his visit to Britain this year he has travelled throughout the British Isles on a " one Man recruiting Mission interviewing families interested in Australia. The party in the " fair Star " comprised 15 families and three single people. They were sponsored by methodist bring out a briton committees at Caulfield Croxton Moorabbin Ormond Bentleigh Werribee Burwood Kew Dandenong Murru Beena Camberwell Heidelberg Wonthaggi Bairnsdale and Portland. Or. And mrs. Dunn waving surround by some of the 90. R a minister s tribute to professor Morven s. Brown a see Page 3

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