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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 30.09.2006

Queensland Association of Queensland. Some of the Committee members.

Left to right:

Peter Vamvakaris (nephew, Prof Man Aroney). Parachoukli - Maridakis
Peter Samios (President). Parachoukli - Firopoulos
Angela Hack (Secretary)
George C Poulos
Sia (Sooki) Poteri (Treasurer)
Dr Nick Leon (Leontsinis, cousin to Prof George). tis Fanis. No official Parachoukli, but locked into the name Fani
Anthony Masselos

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submitted by Hellenic Communication Service on 24.09.2006

Austin Lunch.

Title: Austin Lunch. Greek-American Recollections.
Author: Constance M. Constant
Publisher: Cosmos Publishing
Date of Publication: 2005
Language: English
Category: Memoirs, biography, autobiography
ISBN: 1932455086
Price: US$16.29--$24.07
Description: softcover, 445pp; now also in CD-format for blind.
Availability: through publisher, local bookstores, and large ...

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 24.09.2006

At the funeral of Uncle Pete Clentzos

From left, Keith Adkins (son of Barbara Chlentzos Young), Eunice Aikman, Peter Clentzos, Jr., Alexis Keramaris, and Terry Chlentzos-Keramaris. Private family funeral services were held at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California on 19 September.
Uncle Pete, we will miss you.

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submitted by Desert Dispatch, Newspaper on 24.09.2006

Olympian Pete Clentzos.

File Photo by Lisa Hart. Olympian Pete Clentzos looks through his collection of articles and newspaper clippings about his accomplishments in this 2004 file photo. Clentzos died last week due to complications arising during hip surgery. He was 97 years old.

http://www.desertdispatch.com/2006/115867368983236.html

Obituary

Barstow's oldest Olympian dies at 97


Tuesday, September 19, 2006.

By ADRIENNE ZIEGLER Staff ...

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 18.09.2006

The only place 'xeni' could find work...

Greek community gathering outside St George Greek Orthodox Church, Port Pirie, SA, c. 1935.

Effy Alexakis and Leonard Janiszewski, have traced the first hazy steps by some of Port Pirie's first Greek settlers. Their presence in this South Australian town emphasises that the Hellenic impact upon Australia is not simply limited to the post-World War II era, and further that the image of the Greek cafe proprietor cannot be accepted as a blanket characterisation of Greek work preferences ...

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submitted by Neos Kosmos, Melbourne on 18.09.2006

Getting a foot in the door. PR and Marketing Manager Victoria Simos.

Photo: George Papadopoulos

Getting a foot in the door


Manny Tsigas talks to PR and Marketing Manager Victoria Simos about her role in helping run Australia's leading community television production house - RMITV.

UTTER the words 'community television' and the standard image people have is of a bunch of bludging Uni students sitting around a trashed office hatching half-baked ideas of what they're going to beam to a handful of TV screens around the ...

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submitted by Robyn Florance on 26.08.2006

A Touch of Greece, the Greek Café Owners of Junction Street, Nowra

Author: Robyn Florance

When Published: 2006

Publisher: Shoalhaven Historical Society Inc

Available: Shoalhaven Historical Society Inc

Description: 44 page, A4 book, outlining the history of the Greek (largely Kytherian)presence in Nowra, and the surrounding towns of Berry and Milton.

ISBN: 0-9758469-1-4

The publication, A Touch of Greece, the Greek Café Owners of Junction Street, Nowra was launched ...

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submitted by The Inventors on 17.08.2006

Inventors Angelo & John Notaras win major International Award.

MAJOR MEDAL WINNERS

34th INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF INVENTIONS, GENEVA,

5th-9th April 2006

The 2006 Exhibition was a great success for Australian inventors. They won two Gold and one Silver and one Bronze medal. Even more important than these prestigious awards was that all the inventors made valuable business contacts which hopefully will, in time, develop into lucrative licensing agreements.

The Sydney based Notaras brothers, Angelo ...

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submitted by The Inventors on 17.08.2006

Inventors Angelo & John Notaras receive major award.

MAJOR MEDAL WINNERS

34th INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF INVENTIONS, GENEVA,

5th-9th April 2006

The 2006 Exhibition was a great success for Australian inventors. They won two Gold and one Silver and one Bronze medal. Even more important than these prestigious awards was that all the inventors made valuable business contacts which hopefully will, in time, develop into lucrative licensing agreements.

The Sydney based Notaras brothers, Angelo ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 16.08.2006

Abbreviations of states in the United States of America.

As Kytherians from around the world slowly and inexorably make contact with their cousins in the United States of America, we sometimes have trouble deciphering the meaning of IL GA & CT; all abreviations of states of America.

The following list may prove very helpful.

AL Alabama
AK Alaska
AZ Arizona
AR Arkansas
CA California
CO Colorado
CT Connecticut

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submitted by KCA Admin on 07.08.2006

Article about "A Kytherian Century"

Article about "A Kytherian Century"

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submitted by KCA Admin on 07.08.2006

"A Kytherian Century"

"A Kytherian Century"

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submitted by KCA Admin on 07.08.2006

"Kathimerini", 6.8.06

"Kathimerini" article, 6.8.06

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 03.08.2006

Babe. Film Poster.

Babe Plot Synopsis

by Judd Blaise

A young pig fights convention to become a sheep dog — or, rather, sheep pig — in this charming Australian family film, which became an unexpected international success due to superior special effects and an intelligent script. The title refers to the name bestowed on a piglet soon after his separation from his family, when he finds himself on a strange farm. Confused and sad, Babe is adopted by a friendly dog and slowly ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 03.08.2006

George Miller, with Babe.

Babe Plot Synopsis

by Judd Blaise

A young pig fights convention to become a sheep dog — or, rather, sheep pig — in this charming Australian family film, which became an unexpected international success due to superior special effects and an intelligent script. The title refers to the name bestowed on a piglet soon after his separation from his family, when he finds himself on a strange farm. Confused and sad, Babe is adopted by a friendly dog and slowly ...

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submitted by Robyn Florance on 01.08.2006

Aroney Brothers, Nowra. Advertisment. 1925.

See,

History of The Aroney Family in Nowra

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 01.08.2006

Mad Max 1. Jessie and Spog are mown down by the Toecutter Gang.

"In the roar of an engine.....Max lost everything."

George Miller. Biography

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 01.08.2006

Mad Max III, Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome.

Mad Max III, 'Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome', was released in 1985.

George Miller "was committed to making it for Byron's sake as they had been working on various ideas for the film before he died. George contacted Terry Hayes to help write the screenplay. Terry Hayes had written the Mad Max novelisation and then also the Mad Max 2 screenplay (Terry Hayes pitched his idea for the third film to Mel Gibson as "Mate, think of it as Jesus Christ in Leather Pants!". The third ...

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submitted by Denise Barsoum on 01.08.2006

Annette George.

Gods' Garden

God looked around His garden
and found a special place -
He then looked down upon the earth
and saw your tired face.
He put his arms around you
and lifted you to rest,
Gods'garden must be beautiful
He always takes the best.
He knew that you were suffering,
He knew you were in pain,
He knew that you would never
get well, on earth, again.
He saw the road was getting rough
and ...

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submitted by Denise Barsoum on 01.08.2006

Annette George. Born: 4-10-57 - Died: 27-5-2005.

In Loving Memory - of Our Dear Friend,

Annette

May 2005


Annette you had a colourful personality, sometimes joyful other times angry, sometimes daring other times stubborn, sometimes passionate other times obsessive sometimes brave and open-minded other times self-determined yet always ready to smile.

You loved to communicate, to be heard, to share and to listen. Your deepest and greatest desire was to bring your family to ...