Canberra Good Neighbour in Canberra, Australian-Capital-Territory
1 Sep 1965

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1 Sep 1965

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Canberra Good Neighbour (Newspaper) - September 1, 1965, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory United nations wedding Here was a at a recent Canberra wedding when Jane England from Britain married Michael Miezio who originally came from Poland. Four nationalities were represented in the bridal party. Pictured they Are from left Richard England the Bride s brother Imre Meszes from Hungary who was Best Man Michael and Jane Jennifer Anderson the Only australian in the party and Alison Kelly from Scotland. Free mat. Service this paper Are available to matrices of blocks in editors free of charge on application to the editor the Good Neighbour department immigration Canberra matrices will be supplied with 85 screen Only. Please observe these two Points. A applications must be made within two months of publication. A for Quick processing quote the Issue and individual number of each mat., As Given in the table. Page 1, two ladies no. 40 policeman no. 41. Page 3, wedding no. 42. Pages 4-5, police woman no. 43 Ned Kelly Armour no. 44 Constable Lonie no. 45 on Point duty no. 46 snooker no. 47 at Telephone no. 48 on Parade no. 49 family no. 50 Magpie no. 51. Page 8, fish no. 52 Pilot no. 53. Editors Are invited to make use of any of the material printed in the Good Neighbour of which the department of immigration has the copyright pictures and artwork the depart ment has the copyright in the pictures and artwork of which blocks Are listed above As available in its free matrix service. Other pictures and artwork in this Issue should not be reproduced. Letterpress the copyright in the text of articles is owned by the department unless there is an acknowledgement of the source of he article. . Good Neighbours meet migrants quickly he Good Neighbour Council of new South Wales is giving High priority to the Job of visiting new migrants As soon As possible after they arrive. In her report to the annual general meeting last month the Council s state Secretary miss Berenice Granger said her organisation had been fully extended to fulfil this self imposed task. Miss Granger said experience had shown that sound advice and guidance immediately after the migrant s arrival not Only eased the newcomer s path towards integration but prevented what might later become hardcore problems in the Community. In the 12 months to june 30 this year about 48,000 new migrants had settled in new. Much time had been Given to strengthening the weaker branches and building the Contact groups to a stage where they had been Able to handle this increased number of migrants. The Council had also accelerated its publicity drive to make itself better known in the Community and to attract those interested in participating in Ood Neighbour work. Although the intake of migrants had increased the number calling at the Council s head office had decreased. It was hoped that this was partly due to the vastly increased activity of branches and Contact groups. There was also an indication that the Council was becoming recognised in the Community As a source of information on migrants and migration miss Granger said. There had been Many requests for information on aspects of immigration and visits from representatives of overseas bodies Community leaders University students and trainee social workers. Tasmanian club room opened the new polish australian club rooms and Community Hallin Laune Estanco o were officially Odene Dop Ned last month. Or. M. Kleberg a former general of the polish army performed the open ing on August 15�?polish National Day. The rooms and Hall Are the result of an idea begun by the polish Community in Northern Tasmania in 1954. They wanted quarters in which they could meet australians and new settlers from Poland and other countries. At first there were Many difficulties involved in buying a suitable property. But under the enthusiastic chairmanship of Josef Szoka they bought a property comprising three cottages for �3,345. In less than two years because of generous donations and successful Money raising functions they had paid for the property. A building committee was formed plans were drawn up and then the polish settlers went to work with their own hands to build the club rooms and Community Hall. The result is a magnificent Hall of 23 squares with a big stage a Kitchen supper and committee rooms a lounge a school room club rooms and All conveniences. Dollar Bill crossword Twenty one words All relating to Decimal currency Are required to fit across the Puzzle. What Are they each Square marked with a Decimal Point represents one of the vowels a a i of u. Clues 1. The equivalent in dollars of 500 cents. 2. For sixpence you will receive five. 3. You can Exchange this . Amount for one Dollar. 4. The mammal appearing on the 20-cent Coin. 5. How Many dollars for �1? 6. How Many shillings will you need to obtain ten cents 7. This Bird appears on the ten cent cup Onickel Coin. 8. On which Side of the new coins does the Queen s effigy appear 9. Having saved 900 cents How Many dollars will you have 10. If you have the equivalent of �5 in dollars and you spend �1 10s., what will remain in dollars and cents 11. Which Coin now in use can you Exchange for five cents 12. Decimal currency is worked out in multiples of. 13. It appears on the 50-cent Silver Coin abbreviated. 14. In which month in 1966 will the changeover to Decimal currency take place 15. What is the equivalent of �25 in Decimal currency 16. The Colour of the new two Dollar note. 17. Dollars Are the base of Decimal currency. 18. How Many dollars for 30 shillings 19. The equivalent in dollars of 800 cents. 20. How Many shillings must you have to collect the equivalent of 40 cents 21. Best place to keep your savings of dollars and cents

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