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Stravinskys secretary now runs cocktail bar with London dancer as hostess . Gilbert Ramognie Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

Stravinskys 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 Staviskys 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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War - but life goes on. Despite the changing fortunes of war, Burgos, seat of the Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

War - but life goes on. Despite the changing fortunes of war, Burgos, seat of the

War - but life goes on.
Despite the changing fortunes of war, Burgos, seat of the Spanish rebels Provisional Government, is a gay city. Not only is it the busy centre of General Franco's administration, but it is also a holiday resort for insurgent soldiers on leave from the battlefront.
Photo shows: soldiers discussing the latest news from the front at one of the open-air cafes on Burgos crowded pavements.
7 April 1937

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Canned Beer Will Take Less Space in Derby Day Hampers - Plan to Oust Bottles Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

Canned Beer Will Take Less Space in Derby Day Hampers - Plan to Oust Bottles

Canned Beer Will Take Less Space in Derby Day Hampers - Plan to Oust Bottles .
Canned beer is to make its appearance in Derby Day hampers . The new containers, which it is hoped will soon be popular in England, are said to have many advantages over glass bottles but in no way affect the flavour of the beer . Compared with bottled beer, canned beer, when taken on a journey, saves about 35 % in space and about 40 % in weight . The can is laquered inside, and is then treated with a film of wax that prevents the beer coming into contact with the metal . Four breweries have so far adopted the canning idea in England, but 80 firms are experimenting . In America the system is already well established and there is an estimated output of 4, 000, 000 cans of beer a day .
Photo shows : A girl with a tray of canned beer .
21 May 1936

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