submitted by George Poulos on 07.06.2004
PETER Zantiotis, left, with his father Lambros on the extreme right. The other two in the photograph are believed to be visiting relatives. The photograph was taken sometime in the 1940s when the Busy Bee Cafe, Gunnedah, NSW, also sold small grocery items and fruit.
Although the counter on the left has gone, the interior of the Busy Bee remains relatively unchanged, with the addition of modern fridges the only sacrifice to modern times. 
Namoi Valley Independent.
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submitted by George Poulos on 10.06.2004
The gentleman standing next to Peter Zantiotis in the abovementioned photograph was his cousin, Jack Zantis (Zantiotis)- Tea Rooms Cafe, Warialda - and next to Lambros, Jack's brother, Harry Zantis (Zantiotis) Australia Cafe, Inverell.
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