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submitted by Victor Panaretos on 29.05.2006

Kythera Close signpost. Looking back towards the city of Grafton.

The Close leads to a Property Development by Arthur Bernard. Grafton, NSW.

Kythera Park, a residential housing estate, with each block on several acres.

A typical quality residence on the Estate can be seen on the corner in the background.

The estate is on the main road leading to Nymboida.

The development was undertaken by George Peter and Denise Bernard  ( Venados ) —- Son of Peter Bernard ( Venardos ) of Karavas.

10584:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Victor Panaretos on 29.05.2006

Kythera Close signpost, leading to a Property Development by George and Denise Bernard. Grafton, NSW.

Kythera Park, a residential housing estate, with each block on several acres.

A typical quality residence on the Estate can be seen in the background, on the opposite corner.

The estate is on the main road leading to Nymboida.

The development was undertaken by George and Denise Bernard, (Vernados), the former the son of Peter Bernard (Karavas).

Bernard Family, Grafton. Brief history.

Adapted ...

10583:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Victor Panaretos on 29.05.2006

Property Development. Grafton NSW.

Kythera Park, a residential housing estate, with each block on several acres.

The estate is on the main road leading to Nymboida.

The development was undertaken by Arthur Bernard, (Vernados), son of Peter Bernard (Karavas).

Bernard Family, Grafton. Brief history.

Adapted from Peter Tsicalas' notes, held in repository, Clarence River Historical Society, Grafton

Panagiotis Athanasios Venardos, (Peter Arthur ...

10304:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Victor Panaretos on 05.05.2006

World War II. S Sklavos. 1945.

WEWAK AREA, NEW GUINEA, 1945-06-17. STRETCHER BEARERS CARRYING OUT CASUALTIES DURING THE ATTACK BY B COMPANY, 2/8 INFANTRY BATTALION AGAINST HILL 2.
IDENTIFIED PERSONNEL ARE:-
PTE P.C. SKLAVOS (1);
PTE M.S. ROBERTSON (5).

Photographic ID No: 093155
Australian War Memorial.

10303:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Victor Panaretos on 05.05.2006

World War II. S. Sklavos.

Lae, New Guinea. 3 November 1944. Swimmers homeward bound in the jeep after an enjoyable day at Malahang Beach. Left to right: Signaller (Sig) G. Dalton of Hobart, Tas; S. Sklavos of Sydney, NSW; M. Dalton of Hobart, Tas; and in front seat J. Johnson of Brisbane, Qld; Sig G. Sweeney of Hobart, Tas; Private P. Becker of Sydney, NSW.

Photo ID No: 017785
Australian War Memorial.

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submitted by George Sophios on 26.11.2005

Professor Harry Lourandos. Eminent archaeological author.

CONTINENT OF HUNTER-GATHERERS: NEW PERSPECTIVES IN AUSTRALIAN PREHISTORY

Harry Lourandos
1997

Cambridge University Press: Melbourne
ISBN 0521359465
xvii+390pp; 103 figs; 5 tables

Reviewed by Ian McNiven

[Originally published in Australian Archaeology 45:66-67]

The scene was the Staff Club at the University of Queensland. A group of post-grad archaeology students was having a drink with Harry Lourandos. ...

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submitted by Association Of Kytherian University Professors on 27.11.2008

Theodore Sougiannis

PERSONAL:

Born: Athens, Greece, September 27, 1954.
United States Citizen.

WORK ADDRESS:

Department of Accountancy
College of Commerce and Business Administration
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
360 Wohlers Hall
1206 South Sixth Street
Champaign, IL 61820
(217) 244-0555
e-mail address: sougiani@uiuc.edu

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submitted by SUN HERALD on 07.08.2005

Claudia Karvan. Actress. Love My Way

Cult show ... Claudia Karvan on location in Dover Heights. (Sydney)
Photo: Fiona-Lee Quimby

Daughter of Kytherian never far from the Australian television spotlight.

Life of us that's too secret for Karvan fans

By Holly Byrnes
August 7, 2005
The Sun-Herald, page 9.



It's the secret life of us - the very Sydney drama currently filming in and around town that most locals have never even seen.

7775:Photos > Working Life

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 04.08.2005

Chippy's grant awarded to Sydney medical team.

Dr Brett Garner and Maureen Frilingos.

Chippy’s grant awarded to Sydney team

The inaugural Peter Frilin­gos Heart Foundation Re­search Grant was awarded to Sydney doctor Brett Garner yesterday.

The Daily Telegraph, 2GB and the National Rugby League helped raise more than $70,000 for the Heart Foundation in memory of chief rugby league writer Peter “Chippy” Frillngos, who died of a heart attack ...

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submitted by Georgia Cassimatis on 06.10.2005

Georgia Cassimatis. Journalist.

Georgia Cassimatis began her career as a writer on Australian Cosmopolitan magazine in 1996. After a two year stint, she freelanced for various magazines before being appointed the Editor for teen magazine Barbie. During her time there she met an American man and moved to Los Angeles, which saw her world open up in ways she'd never imagined: she has since worked as a Los Angeles based writer, reporting for lucrative US titles Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Teen and Marie ...

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submitted by William Notaras on 08.04.2005

Newspaper article of brothers Angelo & John Notaras

A 1986 newspaper article of ex-farmers brothers Angelo & John Notaras who made it into the top 50 NSW exporters.

For a more detailed history of Angelo & John Notaras's life and achievements, see entry in "People, subsection, High Achievers, and search "Notaras", "Atom", "Grafton", "Saraton" utilising the internal search engine..

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submitted by William Notaras on 08.04.2005

Inventors John Notaras (left) and Angelo Notaras

John holding drilling attachment for chainsaws & Angelo holding the computer ignition system that won the ABC Invention of the Year Award

For a more detailed history of Angelo & John Notaras's life and achievements, see entry in "People, subsection, High Achievers, and search "Notaras", "Atom", "Grafton", "Saraton" utilising the internal search engine..

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 06.04.2005

It's a Mad Mad Mad Max World

Odyssey Magazine, Vol. 8 No. 1 (September/October2000)

George Miller, director of silver screen hits such as Babe, Witches of Eastwick, and Mad Max, reveals his plans to revive the legendary hero who made Mel Gibson an international star.
George Miller thought his cult hero Mad Max had put away his leathers for good. But then a storyline came to him that he just couldn't ignore. The retiring doctor- turned- director of some of Hollywood's favorite off-beat ...

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submitted by William Notaras on 04.04.2005

Inventors, manufacturers, entrepreneurs and benefactors

John (left) & Angelo Notaras with some of their patented inventions, together with a few of their Australian and International awards.

For a more detailed history of Angelo & John Notaras's life and achievements, see entry in "People, subsection, High Achievers, and search "Notaras", "Atom", "Grafton", "Saraton" utilising the internal search engine.

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submitted by William Notaras on 04.04.2005

Inventors, manufacturers, entrepreneurs & benefactors

Angelo Notaras holding the ABC Invention of the Year Award in 1976 with Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser (looking away) & members of the judging panel.

For a more detailed history of Angelo & John Notaras's life and achievements, see entry in People, subsection, High Achievers, and search "Notaras", "Atom", "Grafton", "Saraton" utilising the internal search engine.

6885:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Jim Tzannes on 29.03.2005

Arthur Conomos and Associates building.

Cobar, New South Wales. March 2005.

6884:Photos > Working Life

submitted by Jim Tzannes on 29.07.2005

Arthur Conomos. Accountant. Cobar, New South Wales.

Arthur is the only Accountant in Cobar - a town of 6,000 people.

He ventured to Cobar 19 years ago for a "short stint", and has remained in the town ever since.

He is the son of the late Con Conomos. His mother Helen was a Mavromatis. She lives in Kensington, Sydney.

His fathers' family derive from Milipotamos, and his mothers from Pitsinathes.

His fathers brothers were Terry, Theo and George.

His father ran Peters Cafe ...

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submitted by Dean Coroneos on 25.02.2005

The Hon. James Miltiadis Samios, M.B.E., B.A., LL.B., M.L.C.

Farewell Dinner. The end of a distiguished Parliamentary life.

Back row (l to r)
Josie Lacey(Jewish Community leader)
Heather Ruddock
Scott Morison (Former State Director of the Liberal Party)
The Hon George Souris MP
Chris McDiven (State President of the Liberal Party)
Lucy Brogden
[To be advised]
Front Row (l to r)
The Hon Philip Ruddock
Rosemary Samios
The Hon James Samios
John Brogden

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submitted by Betty Summers (nee, Notaras) on 01.04.2005

Dr Mitchell James Notaras. Surgeon, Educator, and Benefactor.

Left to right:Professor Ben Freedman, Mitchell Notaras and Rowan Nicks at a recent function to announce the Fellowship
.

From: Radius.
Newsletter of the Faculty of Medicine and Medical Graduates‘ Association:
April, 2004. p. 19

Mitchell Notaras, a graduate of Sydney University and a resident at the Royal Prince Hospital, has founded a scholarship in at the Royal Prince Alfred perpetuity in colo-rectal surgery.

The ...