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8405:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Sophios on 22.10.2005

Nikos Petrochilos with his grandson Erricos Hatch.

Nikos, the proud grandfather, is married to Kyvely (nee, Papaconstandinou.)

Erricos Nikolaos Hatch is the son of Nikos's daughter, Katia Petrochilou.

Mother and child live in Athens.

Tragically, Erricos's father, an American, died, on the 8th November, 2004.

8291:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 08.12.2006

Olive trees planted by Yarni Logothetis, Logothetyianika, Kythera.

In another entry about the Monterey Cafe in Gilgandra, I revealed that "...I was born in Gilgandra, in 1952, and left after completing my schooling in 1969.

The Kytherian presence in Gilgandra began in 1910, with the Baveas family establishing the ABC Cafe in the town.

A comprehensive history of the Kytherian presence in Gilgandra

From ...

8139:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 15.09.2005

English school, for Greek kids. 1957.

One of my favourite images from the National Archives, Canberra.

"Immigration - Migrant education (learning English) - Twelve year old Stanley Harris, an Adelaide schoolboy spends most of his spare time teaching Greek migrants English. He now teaches a class of 10 children but he has taught a class of 20. He recently helped two adult Greeks to win their English certificates after 34 lessons. When Stanley finishes his own lessons at school he hurries home to prepare his own 'four o'clock' ...

8023:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 28.08.2005

Karavitiko Symposium. 1970's.

Left hand side,

Top to bottom:

Beryl Cassimatis (nee, Palmer)
Angie (Tzortzo)Poulos (nee, Coroneos)
Helen Zantes (nee, Levantis)
Aryiro (Tzortzo)Poulos, (nee, Aloizios).

Left hand side:

Con Dimitri (Tzortzo)Poulos
Janice Tzortzo)Poulos, (nee, Garner)
George Anastassios Levantis
Harry Dimitri (Tzortzo)Poulos, (obscured).

Standing, right:

James Con (Tzortzo)Poulos

8022:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 27.04.2006

Karavitiko Symposium. 1970's.

Left to right.

Con George (Tzortzo)Poulos
Nick Pittas (Goulburn)
Mrs Faros
Lucky (Tzortzo)Poulos (Holding arm up. Prominent Sydney businessman, great benefactor, and stalwart of, the Karavitiko.)
Mr Faros (kneeling. Later to return to Kythera to live.)
George Anastassios Levantis. (Exuberant Karavati and Kytherian. Initially proprietor of a Fruit and Vegetable business in Goulburn, later purchased the Newtown Hot Bread shop, located ...

7489:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by John Tzannes on 21.05.2005

Armidale NSW - Greek Communities

Armidale NSW was one of many regional cities and country towns fortunate to have a thriving and socially active Greek community. This photo was taken around 1959 at Nick's Cafe, one of many gatherings organised by the local community where families spanning three generations attended. Family names such as Tzannes, Calligeros, Lourandos, Psaltis, Comino, Coolentianos, Anest, Ferros, Pavlo, Cassimatis bring back fond memories. Armidale was blessed with a very large population of Kytherians. My childhood ...

7367:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Georgia Cassimatis on 18.07.2006

George Miller & Michael Jonson. Good Mates.

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.

7366:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Georgia Cassimatis on 18.07.2006

George Miller and Micheal Jonson. Good Mates.

George Miller and Michael Jonson. A recent (2005) photograph.


Two Of Us – George Miller and Michael Johnson


From, Good Weekend, a supplement in the Sydney Morning Herald, April 30, 2005, page 18.

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 ...

7357:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 06.05.2005

Peter Frilingos.

His life and death was a telling story

By PAUL KENT


Daily Telegraph May 3, 2005, page 17.

Today marks the first anniversary of the passing of a much-loved journalist at The Daily Telegraph, Peter Frilingos. PAUL KENT recalls the wit and wisdom of a friend and colleague who always told a good story:


NOT long after Peter Frilingos died last year Penrith coach, John Lang was on the phone and the conversation turned around ...

7356:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 06.05.2005

Peter Frilingos Tribute

Chippy's humour, honesty and spirit will never die

BY DEAN RITCHIE


Daily Telegraph, May 3, 2005, page 61.

IF only he was still around today. Rugby league – the game Peter Frilingos spoke about with pride – is at an all-time high at the moment.


A season Chippy would have passionately absorbed, enjoyed and analysed. Sadly, though, Chippy is not here today.

It was one year ago this afternoon he was taken ...

7355:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 06.05.2005

Peter Frilingos. Mnimosino. 1 year after his death.

Peter "Chippy" Frilingos Appeal

Monday 2 May 2005

Pictured: Left to Right:
Alison, Matthew, Anna, Maureen and Peter Frilingos


The Heart Foundation in conjunction with Radio 2GB and The Daily Telegraph are conducting an appeal during Heart Week in commemoration of Peter Frilingos.

Peter [Chippy] was one of Australia’s most respected sports journalists who died suddenly of a heart attack on 3rd May, ...

7286:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by William Notaras on 26.04.2005

Angelo Notaras awarded the

Angelo Notaras with his wife Mary awarded the "Cross of St. Andrew", the Greek Orthodox Church's highest award - given for exceptional charitable work.

Angelo's wife Mary is the daughter of Vasily (Bill) Kalokerinos (Summers) of Alexandrathes (1905 - 1978) and Theodora (Glitsos) of Dokona (1910 - 1975)(see Photography Diaspora subsection Weddings & Proxinia for a photograph of the wedding of Mary's parents).

7265:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Ball Sydney on 20.04.2005

Katrina Kastanias and Charles Tzannes. Debutante and partner.

Katrina Kastanias (daughter of Gary and Nita) and Charles Tzannes (son of John and Koula) making a spectacular entrance at the,

Kytherian Ball, 2004.

The 82nd Anniversary Debutante Ball
Saturday, 29th May, 2004
Star City Ballroom, Darling Harbour
Sydney

Guest of Honour
Kieren Perkins OAM
Olympic swimmer, Gold medallist

The Kytherian Ball is one of the major social attractions on the ...

7216:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Ball Sydney on 20.04.2005

Amanda Hill and Micheal Koutzoumis. Deb and Partner.

Amanda Hill (daughter of Ken and Margaret) and Micheal Koutzoumis (son of Alex and Annette), making a spectacular entrance at the,

Kytherian Ball, 2004.

The 82nd Anniversary Debutante Ball
Saturday, 29th May, 2004
Star City Ballroom, Darling Harbour
Sydney

Guest of Honour
Kieren Perkins OAM
Olympic swimmer, Gold medallist

The Kytherian Ball is one of the major social attractions on ...

7215:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Ball Sydney on 20.04.2005

Matron of Honour, Debutantes, and their partners performing dance.

The Matron of Honour was Aphrodite Samios.

Kytherian Ball, 2004.

The 82nd Anniversary Debutante Ball
Saturday, 29th May, 2004
Star City Ballroom, Darling Harbour
Sydney

Guest of Honour
Kieren Perkins OAM
Olympic swimmer, Gold medallist

The Kytherian Ball is one of the major social attractions on the Sydney Social calendar.
It is the highlight of the Kytherian social year.

7084:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 09.04.2005

Vince Kalokerinos and family.

A photo of the Kalokerinos family at the 21st birthday of the twins Matthew and Kathy, taken in June 2003.

Left to right: John, Kathy, Viola, Matthew and Vince Kalokerinos.

For another entry about Vince Kalokerinos see Photography Diaspora, subsection, Vintage Portraits/People, or search Vince utilising the internal search engine.

6738:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 08.12.2006

George Divas, head of the sole Greek family left in Gilgandra. 2004.

Standing in front of a very well kept olive tree. (George is a master "olive maker".)
He purchased from Tommy Colbrin the caravan park on the Coonamble Road.

In another entry about the Monterey Cafe in Gilgandra, I revealed that "...I was born in Gilgandra, in 1952, and left after completing my schooling in 1969.

From the beginning of WWII, until mid-1975 - Gilgandra, population, 2,900 - was a very Kytherian town.

5 families - the Pentes, ...

6699:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Jim Saltis on 16.03.2005

Jim Saltis

At the 2005 Aroney Awards, held at the Twin Restaurant, 560 Botany Road, Alexandria, on Saturday 5th March.

Jim is the author of

The Four Homes

Author: Protopsaltis Dimitris ( Jim Saltis)
When Published:September 2004
Publisher:STAFILIDIS PUBLICATIONS Athens GREECE. Price 12 Euros.
Available:Kytherian Association of Australia, and Jim Saltis Ph. 93999767 email saltisjim@optusnet.com.au

6684:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 04.03.2005

Steve Kapetanios (Tzortzo)Poulos, gives himself up at

...the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6683:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 05.04.2005

Mrs Doreen Moulos.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.