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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 28.04.2013

Nick Smiles with wife Helen sitting on the right.

From front to back on the left: Katina ....., Elly Calokerinos and Mary Calligeros (Nick Smiles sister), Helen and Nick Smiles.

at the Canberra cafe, 30th March, 2013.

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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 30.04.2013

Jim Smiles with his family, and Paul Calokerinos in the Canberra Cafe

March 30th, 2013. In Manilla to celebrate the inception and renovation of the Canberra cafe.

Daughter: Alexandra Zoi Calokerinos

Son: Jack (Ioannis) Calokerinos

Wife: Melissa Colokerinos

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

Paul Calokerinos's speech in reply was truly moving

He was deeply appreciative of all the effort his family, relatives and friends had made to ensure that the night was memorable.

All relatives and guests were also appreciative of the hospitality of the Calokerinos family.

Master of Ceremonies Sandy Allan is standing to the right.

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

Paul Calokerinos was very gratified by all the best wishes he received on his birthday

A truly humble man, deserving of all the good will that he engenders.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why now? to celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and celebration of 86 years since its inception.

The dinner was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 28.04.2013

During the celebrations the relatives and guests also celebrated Paul Calokerinos's 80th birthday

All joined in to sing a very happy birthday to Paul.

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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 28.04.2013

Photo of Jack Smiles on display

The Smiles family greatly appreciated the dinner held in honour of their father.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why now? to celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and celebration of 86 years since its inception.

The dinner was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 28.04.2013

The Smiles family presented the Calokerinos family with a photograph of the original owners

of the Canberra cafe. The gift was much appreciated.

Nick Smiles is on the left with Jim on the far right. Jim's son is at the front, and Paul and Elly Calokerinos in the centre.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why now? to celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and celebration of 86 years since its inception.

The dinner was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Kathy Calokerinos on 28.04.2013

Jim Smiles gave a very warm speech in response

His father had established the Canberra Cafe.And he along with brother Nick, and sister Mary, were very moved by the function that had been staged by the Kalokerinos family.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why now? to celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and celebration of 86 years since its inception.

The dinner was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

A happy table of friends and guests at the formal dinner to clebrate the Canberra cafe

The dinner was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

Cathy Calokerinos was speaking to a packed audience

at the formal dinner to celebrate the inception of the Canberra cafe - and the recent renovations completed there.

The dinner was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

The Dinner on the evening of the Canberra cafe celebration

was held in the Skylight Restaurant on 30th March, 2013. The dinner began at 7:00 pm.

Photo: Cathy Calokerinos speaking. Sandy Allan, standing.

It was beautifully laid out, and catered for about 140 people. Others were served in the Canberra cafe next door.

Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sandy Allan.

A special guest was the Mayor Tamworth Regional Council - Col Murray.

Cathy Calokerinos spoke first and thanked everyone for coming (some having travelled large distances) on behalf of the Calokerinos family.

There was a great deal of 'kefi' and 'filotimo' at the venue, and some of the speeches delivered were heart-rendering.

Order of Proceedings:

MC – Sandy Allan
Blessing Father John Macpherson
Welcome – Kathy Calokerinos
Guests that accepted invitation to speak:
• George Poulos
• Bill Cassimattis
• Barbara (local)
• John Kalokerinos
• Viola Kalokerinos
• Jim and Nick Smiles

Response - Paul Calokerinos

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submitted by Kytherian 4 Wheel Drive & Recreation Club on 28.04.2013

Chris Plumidis former Civic cafe and Tamworth cafe, Tamworth owner, Nick and Nick Travassaros with Paul Calokerinos

in the Canberra cafe, during the Canberra cafe celebrations, 30th March, 2013. (Left to right).

Overview of the days events

A special celebration will be held at the Canberra Cafe on Easter Sunday 30th March 2013 in the township of Manilla.

The program involves:
• a public celebration from 2pm to 5pm- (we envisage up to (2000) people to attend the afternoon session)

Background

Very few Greek cafes remain in Australia and of those that do, they have in many ways been modernised over the years.

“Jack Smiles” (Yiannis (John) Kalokerinos) built the Canberra Cafe in Manilla 86 years ago.

Paul Calokerinos, along with his wife Helen, and family (John Mary and Kathy) have continued to operate the cafe since taking on ownership in 1950.

The cafe has undergone a “back to the future” refurbishment recently to display its original (or as near to as possible) attributes.

To celebrate the original owner “Jack Smiles” and recognise 86 years of trading as a Greek Cafe we are a having this re-dedication day on the 31st March 2013.

Many Greek associates and the public will be in attendance to participate in the celebrations.

Obviously there will be a typical Greek influence on the proceedings.
Those present will include local dignitaries Mayor Col Murray and Tamworth State MP Kevin Anderson and local artist Sandy Thorne, internationally recognised author of “Old Timers” and several other notable books (Bush yarns & biographies) will also be performing and presenting her “bush yarns”.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why now? to celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and celebration of 86 years since its inception.

History of Greek Cafes in Australia

It is the Greek Festival of Sydney this month – note this SMH article on history of Greek Cafes


Recent Articles have been published in the -

- Manilla Express – article 26 March 2013

Manilla Express article Front Page & page 10.pdf

- Northern Daily Leader- article 18 February 2013

Canberra Cafe Event Program

AFTERNOON Session 1 – 2pm Sunday 31 March 2013

6:00am to 6pm road closure Manilla Street, between Court Street and Strafford Street

2:00 to 5:00pm Events

2:00 Official Ceremony commence (45 minutes)
• Welcome and Introduction – MC -Sandy Allan (5 min)
• Welcome dignitaries – Mayor Tamworth Regional Council (Col Murray), Kevin Anderson MP – Member for Tamworth
• 2:15 David Ridgewell – local personality - Setting scene “About the family and community– Paul Helen Kathy Mary John”
• 2:25 Sandy Thorn, internationally recognised author Interview Proprietor Q&A – to tease out history and background
• Paul Calokerinos – Owner Operator History 63 years of the cafe
• 2:35 Presentation – Mayor Tamworth Regional Council a few words
• Plaque unveiling - the plaque recognition of 3013 refurbishment and 86 years if cafe
• 2:45 Response – John Calokerinos Thank you on behalf of family (thank MC)
• MC concludes formality

3:00 to 5pm Entertainment (2 hours)

• Sandy Thorne – Australia’s favourite yarn spinner, Author, entertainer, public speaker (30 min). - Sandy Thorn is “Australia’s best-selling author of outback humour books, and of "OLD TIMERS”, which featured a fascinating mini-biography of Paul Calokerinos, that was, for many people, the highlight of the book. Sandy is also a stage performer of bush yarns and verse, who has had audiences laughing all over Australia, N.Z. and the U.S., for nearly thirty years, since she launched her first best-seller, “I’VE MET SOME BLOODY WAGS!”.

• 4pm - Easter Bunny - Scavenger Easter egg hunt for children
• Music – Live local talent 3.30-5pm

5:00 Public event concludes

6:00 pm Road opens – Manilla St

7:00pm - until late - formal sit down dinner for 160 people, to be held in both the Skylight Restaurant and the Canberra Cafe, next door.

All prepared and served by the Calokerinos family.

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

Loula Cass and Alf Ellvesen in a very relaxed mood

during the Canberra cafe celebrations, Manilla, NSW.

Overview of the days events

A special celebration will be held at the Canberra Cafe on Easter Sunday 30th March 2013 in the township of Manilla.

The program involves:
• a public celebration from 2pm to 5pm- (we envisage up to (2000) people to attend the afternoon session)

Background

Very few Greek cafes remain in Australia and of those that do, they have in many ways been modernised over the years.

“Jack Smiles” (Yiannis (John) Kalokerinos) built the Canberra Cafe in Manilla 86 years ago.

Paul Calokerinos, along with his wife Helen, and family (John Mary and Kathy) have continued to operate the cafe since taking on ownership in 1950.

The cafe has undergone a “back to the future” refurbishment recently to display its original (or as near to as possible) attributes.

To celebrate the original owner “Jack Smiles” and recognise 86 years of trading as a Greek Cafe we are a having this re-dedication day on the 31st March 2013.

Many Greek associates and the public will be in attendance to participate in the celebrations.

Obviously there will be a typical Greek influence on the proceedings.
Those present will include local dignitaries Mayor Col Murray and Tamworth State MP Kevin Anderson and local artist Sandy Thorne, internationally recognised author of “Old Timers” and several other notable books (Bush yarns & biographies) will also be performing and presenting her “bush yarns”.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why now? to celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and celebration of 86 years since its inception.

History of Greek Cafes in Australia

It is the Greek Festival of Sydney this month – note this SMH article on history of Greek Cafes


Recent Articles have been published in the -

- Manilla Express – article 26 March 2013

Manilla Express article Front Page & page 10.pdf

- Northern Daily Leader- article 18 February 2013

Canberra Cafe Event Program

AFTERNOON Session 1 – 2pm Sunday 31 March 2013

6:00am to 6pm road closure Manilla Street, between Court Street and Strafford Street

2:00 to 5:00pm Events

2:00 Official Ceremony commence (45 minutes)
• Welcome and Introduction – MC -Sandy Allan (5 min)
• Welcome dignitaries – Mayor Tamworth Regional Council (Col Murray), Kevin Anderson MP – Member for Tamworth
• 2:15 David Ridgewell – local personality - Setting scene “About the family and community– Paul Helen Kathy Mary John”
• 2:25 Sandy Thorn, internationally recognised author Interview Proprietor Q&A – to tease out history and background
• Paul Calokerinos – Owner Operator History 63 years of the cafe
• 2:35 Presentation – Mayor Tamworth Regional Council a few words
• Plaque unveiling - the plaque recognition of 3013 refurbishment and 86 years if cafe
• 2:45 Response – John Calokerinos Thank you on behalf of family (thank MC)
• MC concludes formality

3:00 to 5pm Entertainment (2 hours)

• Sandy Thorne – Australia’s favourite yarn spinner, Author, entertainer, public speaker (30 min). - Sandy Thorn is “Australia’s best-selling author of outback humour books, and of "OLD TIMERS”, which featured a fascinating mini-biography of Paul Calokerinos, that was, for many people, the highlight of the book. Sandy is also a stage performer of bush yarns and verse, who has had audiences laughing all over Australia, N.Z. and the U.S., for nearly thirty years, since she launched her first best-seller, “I’VE MET SOME BLOODY WAGS!”.

• 4pm - Easter Bunny - Scavenger Easter egg hunt for children
• Music – Live local talent 3.30-5pm

5:00 Public event concludes

6:00 pm Road opens – Manilla St

7:00pm - until late - formal sit down dinner for 160 people, to be held in both the Skylight Restaurant and the Canberra Cafe, next door.

All prepared and served by the Calokerinos family.

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

Gloria Tzannes and Irene Tzannes enjoying the friendly atmosphere of the Canberra cafe celebrations

City girls enjoying the fresh country air in Manilla !

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submitted by Kytherian Religious Consciousness on 28.04.2013

Mrs Diamanta Cassimatis, (nee) Stathis, receiving a blessing during the Canberra cafe celebrations

Diamanta was originally from Stathianika, but move to Karvounades.
She recently celebrated her 94th birthday, on the 19th of April.

The Calokerinos family were honoured to have Hieromonk father Johnfrom the Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW, present for the Canberra Cafe celebrations. The monastery is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand.

During the course of the prceedings a moving ceremony was conducted, during which father John walked to the four corners of the cafe, and, with oil, painted the sign of the cross in each place.

Later he blessed most of the people congregated in the Canberra cafe for the celebration.

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog, NSW

Physical address
Monkerai Road Fire Trail
Dungog, NSW
Australia

Mailing address
P.O. Box 219
Wallsend, NSW 2287
Australia

Contact info
Parish Phone: +61 (0) (9) 1249 5154

Website: http://www.holytrinity.net.au/

Clergy
Hieromonk John (Macpherson)

Additional information
Service language(s): English, Church Slavonic

Download a .pdf copy of the website details here:

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW.pdf

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submitted by Kytherian Religious Consciousness on 28.04.2013

Receiving individual blessings, during the blessing of the Canberra cafe celebrations

Kiki Contoleon, from Bexley is seen here receiving a blessing. Peter Tzannes her son-in-law looks on, immediately to the left, wearing the Canberra cafe T-shirt.

The Calokerinos family were honoured to have Hieromonk father Johnfrom the Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW, present for the Canberra Cafe celebrations. The monastery is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand.

During the course of the prceedings a moving ceremony was conducted, during which father John walked to the four corners of the cafe, and, with oil, painted the sign of the cross in each place.

Later he blessed most of the people congregated in the Canberra cafe for the celebration.

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog, NSW

Physical address
Monkerai Road Fire Trail
Dungog, NSW
Australia

Mailing address
P.O. Box 219
Wallsend, NSW 2287
Australia

Contact info
Parish Phone: +61 (0) (9) 1249 5154

Website: http://www.holytrinity.net.au/

Clergy
Hieromonk John (Macpherson)

Additional information
Service language(s): English, Church Slavonic

Download a .pdf copy of the website details here:

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW.pdf

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submitted by Kytherian Religious Consciousness on 28.04.2013

Preparing to bless the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

The Calokerinos family were honoured to have Hieromonk father Johnfrom the Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW, present for the Canberra Cafe celebrations. The monastery is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand.

During the course of the prceedings a moving ceremony was conducted, during which father John walked to the four corners of the cafe, and, with oil, painted the sign of the cross in each place.

Later he blessed most of the people congregated in the Canberra cafe for the celebration.

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog, NSW

Physical address
Monkerai Road Fire Trail
Dungog, NSW
Australia

Mailing address
P.O. Box 219
Wallsend, NSW 2287
Australia

Contact info
Parish Phone: +61 (0) (9) 1249 5154

Website: http://www.holytrinity.net.au/

Clergy
Hieromonk John (Macpherson)

Additional information
Service language(s): English, Church Slavonic

Download a .pdf copy of the website details here:

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW.pdf

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submitted by Kytherian Religious Consciousness on 28.04.2013

The Calokerinos family were honoured to have Hieromonk father John

from the Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW, present for the Canberra Cafe celebrations. The monastery is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand.

During the course of the prceedings a moving ceremony was conducted, during which father John walked to the four corners of the cafe, and, with oil, painted the sign of the cross in each place.

Later he blessed most of the people congregated in the Canberra cafe for the celebration.

Physical address
Monkerai Road Fire Trail
Dungog, NSW
Australia

Mailing address
P.O. Box 219
Wallsend, NSW 2287
Australia

Contact info
Parish Phone: +61 (0) (9) 1249 5154

Website: http://www.holytrinity.net.au/

Clergy
Hieromonk John (Macpherson)

Additional information
Service language(s): English, Church Slavonic

Download a .pdf copy of the website details here:

Russian Orthodox Monastery Dungog NSW.pdf

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submitted by Kytherian 4 Wheel Drive & Recreation Club on 28.04.2013

The Canberra Cafe Panel, which forms the centrepiece

of the wood panelling and stained glass section at the rear of the Canberra cafe, Manilla, NSW.

It is a tribute to the late Jack Smiles, 1889-1975, who established the Canberra cafe.

Chronology

1927 – Jack Smiles build Canberra Cafe
1948 – Paul Calokerinos comes to Australia
1950 – Paul Calokerinos and John Travassaros buy the Canberra Cafe from Jack Smiles
1965 – Helen Calokerinos buys out John Travassaros share.
2013 - Why hold a big 'panayiri' now - 30th March, 2013?

To celebrate the recent Cafe refurbishment and to celebrate 86 years since its inception.

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submitted by Kytherian 4 Wheel Drive & Recreation Club on 28.04.2013

Beautiful panel and stained glass window work at the rear of the Canberra Cafe

All restored to its former glory.

Paul Calokerinos maintains a liquor store in this section.