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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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Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

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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Waiter who strikes a different note, successful composer of music in his spare time

Waiter who strikes a different note, successful composer of music in his spare time.
Richard Dabson, who works as a waiter in a Piccadilly Circus restaurant by day, is a successful composer when he goes home in the evening.
Soon at his first composition was broadcast by the BBC, 'Dick', as he is known to his customers, was offered a job different from waiting, but he turned it down because he says his present work inspires him with musical ideas.
Mr Dabson thinks up tunes for stirring marches, sentimental waltzes and passionate tangoes while he is serving drinks at the Monaco.
One of his compositions, called 'Sweetheart', has been made into a short film which will be shown soon.
Photo shows, Richard Dabson at the Monaco restaurant.
21 September 1937

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