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THE PORTER WITH 36 CONVICTIONS

THE PORTER WITH 36 CONVICTIONS

Employed u a porter by hail and Howard Small Co. Ltd., at Park Crescent, Regents Park, a 56-year-old man, who said at Marlborough Street to have 36 previous convictions, admitted stealing wage packets worth over £9O from a locker at the address. . -- AI ben Wardman, unemployed.
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
MAN WITH £BOO DEBTS

MAN WITH £BOO DEBTS

A young Indian sales account supervisor obtained over £3,000 from his employers, A. T. V. Network Ltd., when debts began to mount up after his wife left him. His defence counsel said at Marlborough Street Court that Alan Johnson, 28. of Greencroft Gardens, West Hampstead, had ab
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
STUDENTS FINED FOR BOOK THEFTS

STUDENTS FINED FOR BOOK THEFTS

Two men who admitted book thefts were heavily fined at Marlborough Street Court. Said to have been arrested when they tried to sell stolen books at Blackwelis bookshop, Broad Street, Oxford, Jobn Wallace Linton (24) unemployed, and Nigel Robin Muirhead (22) unemployed, both of W
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
COMIC STRIP

COMIC STRIP

WRITER FINED Comic strip writer, Paul Dufeu, 32, of McGregor Road, Bayswater, was at West London fined £25 and ordered to Pay Ell costs for d riving a van while unfit through drink at Old Brompton Road. Earls Court. He pleaded guiltY and was banned from driving for a year. Inspe
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
1 revAele Join the new freedom moveme Get a Swiss twist suit from int. IBgns and you're In. his In

1 revAele Join the new freedom moveme Get a Swiss twist suit from int. IBgns and you're In. his In

on the best-kept secret in years. That C&A sell marvellous suits at prices nobody else can touch. Take our beautiful Swiss twist. (You already have?) An amazing weave in pure new wool; all the toughness and bounce-back in the world — yet wonderfully soft and free-feeling. Cut in
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
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October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
Disc jockey sentenced

Disc jockey sentenced

Harjinder Bhamre, teenage discjockey, of St. Stephen's Gardens, Paddington, was sent to an approved school when he appeared for sentence before Mr. 0. S. MacLeay, Deputy Chairman, at Inner London Sessions. At Marlborough Street Court, Bhamre had been convicted of breaking into a
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
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October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
VINE-IN' AT NORTH STAR

VINE-IN' AT NORTH STAR

Anodier atm in the miming PcP ot pine Ina been marl i t rti egy the ot a at the north Shown as the "Wine4n." the bar wni offer a wide ci wines Cram as lithe as la. a ohm A range a homemade foods will be available at the Metro - Morin is run by a V. Ltd., vbs. directars Indomis k
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
OnlyKayser White make slips so elegant FASHIL I hate hidinthem; FANTASIA

OnlyKayser White make slips so elegant FASHIL I hate hidinthem; FANTASIA

OnlyKayser White make slips so elegant I hate hidinthem; FANTASIA Above: Trim little slip (KS. 206) in Celon, Courtaulds new nylon. in five colours. Price from 49/11. Below: Scalloped lace slip (K 5.144 in Celon. Comes in six colours. Price from 39/11. Also available in mini leng
October 27, 1967 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England