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Stravinsky's secretary now runs cocktail bar with London dancer as hostess . Gilbert Ramognie

Stravinsky's secretary now runs cocktail bar with London dancer as hostess .
Gilbert Ramognie , former secretary of Serge Stravinsky , the French Swindler , has now opened a cocktail bar called ' Merry go Round ' , in the Rue de Berri just off the Champs Elysees , Paris . Romaginno was acquitted on charges of receiving stolen money after spending 23 months in prison .
The hostess of the new bar is Madame Romagnino , the former Celia Nano , London dancer who was questioned by Scotland Yard officials in connection with the Stravinsky's case .
The doorman of the bar is Henry Voix who was Stavisky ' s companion at the Stravinsky case .
Photo shows , left-to-right , Gilbert Romagnino , Madame Romagnino , and Henry Voix at the new bar .
19 September 1936

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Tea blending competition at grocers exhibition . The tea blending opens to masters

Tea blending competition at grocers exhibition .
The tea blending opens to masters , managers and assistance for ' The Grocer ' Challenge Cup is in progress at the Grocers Exhibition , Royal Agricultural Hall , Islington .
Photo shows , the tea blending competition in progress .
21 September 1936

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Unemployed women learn to be canteen cooks in London

Unemployed women learn to be canteen cooks in London. As it is expected that there will soon be a considerable demand for cooks in institutions and canteens, The Central Committee on Women's Training and Employment has opened two London centres where unemployed women between the ages of 18 and 40 may train. The women, must have lost their employment owing to the war, will undergo a six weeks course during which they will specially trained in catering and the production of cheap and nourishing meals under wartime conditions for large numbers. Women students gather around a table for instruction at the training centre in Grosvenor Road.
7 November 1939

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