November 16 - 22, 2014: Issue 189
Panorama of Newport, New South Wales - between 1917 and 1930. Section from Panorama by E B Studios,image No.: nla.pic-vn6154744, courtesy NationalLibrary of Australia.
Eunice Minnie Stelzer
13 December 1880 - 4 June 1962
Mr Schultz was a supporter and member of the North Narrabeen Surf Life Saving club:
NEAR AND FAR." At Narrabeen last Saturday, at a concert In the grounds of Mr. Charles Schultz's, week-end home, 500 people were afforded an opportunity of hearing music "culled from the air." It had been transmitted from Mr. Basil Booths wireless station at Clifton Gardens, and received on Mr. Leonard Schutlz's four-valve receiving apparatus. The concert bad been arranged by the Narrabeen Surf and Life Saving Club to augment its funds, and as a result of the efforts about … was added to their funds. The Black Cat Concert Company contributed the second half of the programme, the artists being Norman Honce, 15. Cope, P.AA'alsh, L. Bancroft, M, Bancroft, G. Hynard, J. and A. Roebuck. NEAR AND FAR. (1923, April 3). The Sydney Morning Herald(NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 4. Retrieved fromhttp://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16053743
Leonard (1906-1980) was a pioneer among radio in Australia, went on to be senior vice-president of the Radio Engineers association and chief engineer at 2GB. They were all certainly in the same place at the same time where Mr. Seltzer enjoyed angling, with regular successes:
AMONG THE SNAPPER AND SAMSON FISH.'I have done pretty well among the snapper lately,' writes W. J. Stelzer, of Narrabeen.'Every Sunday for six weeks I have caught one good redfish as well as others. The fish weighed 14lb, 101b, two of 8lb, 6 ½ lb and 6lb. All were taken on fine tackle without sinker, but with live Narrabeen prawns. The know-alls, who use lead, have been puzzled.'
Matriarchs of Pittwater I - Eunice Minnie Seltzer - threads collected and collated by A J Guesdon, 2014.