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submitted by Robyn Florance on 18.11.2007

Aroney Family involvement in Nowra, NSW. Family & Staff.

Rear of Aroney Café
Group Picture; Standing from l to r, George Kepreotis, Mr Coroneas, Andy Aroney, Theo Castrisos (Cook),
Front, l to r, Mrs Taylor and daughter, Arthur Samios, Big Nick Aroney, Little
Nick Aroney, Mrs Elizabeth Gosang and daughter Marie.

Aroney Cafe. Junction Street, Nowra.


Nicholas was a very hard worker and the business was quite successful but after taking over full control of the business was finding it hard ...

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submitted by Robyn Florance on 25.07.2006

Aroney Cafe. Junction Street, Nowra.

Group picture in front of café. Standing, Left, Nicholas Theodore Aroney -
standing, far right, Peter Aroney.


Nicholas was a very hard worker and the business was quite successful but after taking over full control of the business was finding it hard to manage the shop on his own, so he wrote to his cousin Nick Aroney (Anastasopoulos) in Warren and asked if he would like to join him in Nowra as his partner.

Little Nick, as he became known to differentiate ...

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submitted by Georgia Cassimatis on 18.07.2006

George Miller and Michael Jonson. 2005.

Two Of Us – George Miller and Michael Johnson

Interviews by: Georgia Cassimatis

Director, Dr George Miller, 59 and best friend, pharmacist Michael Jonson, have known each other since they were 12 years old. With Michael funding George’s first film, Mad Max, they talk about the closeness of their enduring friendship over the past 45 years.

GEORGE:

Micky was the first person I met on my first day at Sydney ...

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submitted by Georgia Cassimatis on 18.07.2006

George Miller and Michael Jonson. At George's twin brother's wedding in 1970.

Two Of Us – George Miller and Michael Johnson

Interviews by: Georgia Cassimatis

Director, Dr George Miller, 59 and best friend, pharmacist Michael Jonson, have known each other since they were 12 years old. With Michael funding George’s first film, Mad Max, they talk about the closeness of their enduring friendship over the past 45 years.

GEORGE:

Micky was the first person I met on my first day at Sydney ...

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submitted by Melanie Scinto on 17.07.2006

Protopsaltis Athanasis ( Arthur ) George

 

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submitted by Melanie Scinto on 17.07.2006

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submitted by Peter Maneas on 12.07.2006

Maneas Peter

 

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submitted by KCA Admin on 11.07.2006

John Stathatos: Chrysoula Fatseas working on the Fatseas Archive, July 2006

Chrysoula Fatseas, who is completing a photography degree at the Athens Technical Institute, is fulfilling her practical experience requirement by working on the photographic archive of her great-uncle Panayotis Fatseas. Here she is seen cleaning a glass negative plate.

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 28.11.2007

The Hellenic Journal - Western Greek American News Monthly

Reprinted with permission from The Hellenic Journal

The Hellenic Journal Western Greek American News Monthly
Greek Life Starts Here
Founded in 1975, The Hellenic Journal is the only Greek American newspaper published in the western United States. The monthly guide delivers news about Greece, local communities, and Greek organizations It features, Greek cuisine, sports, dancing and much more to an audinec of savvy readers embracing Greek life.
The Hellenic Journal ...

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 06.02.2007

1932 Olympian - Peter Clentzos

Reprinted by permission, from the Desert Dispatch, August 10, 2004

Lisa Hart/Staff Photographer
Olympian Pete Clentzos looks through his collection of articles and newspaper clippings about his accomplishments at his Pasadena home. Most recently, Clentzos, 95, was one of the carriers of the Olympic torch in Los Angeles in June.

Backward Glance, by Steve Smith (part one)

Backward ...

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submitted by KCA Admin on 03.07.2006

"A Kytherian Century"

Edited by John Stathatos and published by the Kythera Cultural Association, this 72-page, bilingual Greek/English illustrated monograph is entitled A Kytherian Century: Images from the Kythera Photographic Archive, 1890-2006. It includes 62 full-page photographs in black and white and colour, among them work by historic Kytherian photographers Panayotis Fatseas, Manolis Fatseas and Emmanouil Sofios, but also by distinguished contemporary Greek photographers. Other contributors include James Prineas ...

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submitted by Epsilon Magazine on 01.08.2006

Kythera-Family.Net Needs You!

An Extended and amended version, of the interview published in:

Epsilon Magazine,
Volume 1, Issue 6,
15th June, 2006.
pp. 32-35

Family ties

George Poulos talks to Savvas Limnatitis about www.kythera-family.net, a web site dedicated to preserving Kytherian history and culture.


Unlike the Castelorizians, Cypriots or Lemnians, to name a few, the Kytherians of Sydney haven't got their own club, a ...

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submitted by Epsilon Magazine on 16.02.2007

Family ties.

An Extended and amended version, of the interview published in:

Epsilon Magazine,
Volume 1, Issue 6,
15th June, 2006.
pp. 32-35

Family ties

George Poulos talks to Savvas Limnatitis about www.kythera-family.net, a web site dedicated to preserving Kytherian history and culture.


Unlike the Castelorizians, Cypriots or Lemnians, to name a few, the Kytherians of Sydney haven't got their own club, a ...

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submitted by Metohos (Magazine) on 21.06.2006

Metohos (Magazine)



Introducing the magazine to Australia.

Metamedia Corp. Australasia Pty Ltd.

Our company is involved with a unique, informative, and attractive magazine that has content of interest in the areas of business, life, culture, and travel.

Our magazine is called ΜΕΤΟΧΟΣ. It is available at all major news agencies around the country and has been in circulation for about five months in Australia.

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submitted by Metohos (Magazine) on 21.06.2006

Metohos Magazine.

Introducing the magazine to Australia.

Metamedia Corp. Australasia Pty Ltd.

Our company is involved with a unique, informative, and attractive magazine that has content of interest in the areas of business, life, culture, and travel.

Our magazine is called ΜΕΤΟΧΟΣ. It is available at all major news agencies around the country and has been in circulation for about five months in Australia.

The direct translation of "METOΧΟΣ" ...

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submitted by Epsilon Magazine on 20.06.2006

Set in Gold. Stepahie Magiros works magic for New South Wales.

Volume 1, Issue 5, Epsilon (Magazine), 31st May, 2006; pages 1, & 34-39

Epsilon is a new Greek-Australian magazine, which is published bi-weekly.

Volume 1, Issue 1, was launched on April 1, 2006.

It is available at all newstands in Australia, which sell the O Kosmos newspaper.


Contact <b>Epsilon</b> here ...

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submitted by Clarence River Historical Society on 08.06.2006

Grafton's Jacaranda Festival.

Jacaranda Avenue Grafton

Grafton, NSW, Australia
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From the early 1900's to date there has always been a powerful Kytherian presence in the town of Grafton, NSW.

No less than 7 cafes were owned by Kytherians in Grafton in the post WWII era.

Their busiest time of the year was always the time of the

Jacaranda Festival

The world-renowned Jacaranda Festival is Australia's oldest family floral festival. ...

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submitted by James Gavriles on 07.06.2006

Gavrilis Demetrios Yioannis

 

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submitted by Peter Tsicalas on 04.06.2006

Vogue Cafe Lismore

Angelo Crethar and Nick Crones established the Vogue Milk Bar next to the new theatre in 1936, the place remaining under this name until it closed in the 1960s. Presumably this tea/coffee pot, (or milk jug?), was part of the original outfitting purchase.

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submitted by Peter Tsicalas on 04.06.2006

Canberra Cafe Lismore

This tea pot probably came from Paul Coronakes’s Canberra Café, although the Canberra name disappeared from Lismore around 1925 and wasn’t resurrected until about 1935, (in a different location), when the Carkagis Bros acquired Peter Bavea’s original shop.