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I thought he went to jail because there was much discussion about him continuing to study while inside - but Mr Wikipedia says that charges were not laid, which does ot tie up with my memory of events.
I loved all those lovely fresh filled rolls they sold. . He never had to raise his voice to keep order.Al Lorentzen Inverness, Illinois, USA The Manhattan Around 1960 Thank you to Al Lorentzen for allowing me to reproduce this photograph of The Manhattan, taken around 1960. .David Moore Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England - The West End Café - More Jazz.And the current situation is repeatedly threatened by anti-abortion activists mounting legal action.If you know anything about the restaurant that Norman fisher has asked about, please email me to tell me, then I'll pass on Norman's email address to you so that you can contact him. Unfortunately, he liked a drink, and it was said that he was in a nearby pub, instead of being in the coffee bar, when somebody modified the juke box with a well-aimed kick. .If I recall correctly, it was about the only place open after midnight in the city.The furnishings and layout were just like an Agatha Christie film set, so 1920s. .John Mills Southside, Edinburgh Thank you to John Mills, Southside, Edinburgh, who wrote: La Fiesta Café " Does anyone remember the Café, La Fiesta, which was part of the Rutland Hotel?" It was popular with American soldiers from the Kirknewton Base who frequented it after.Wim van der Hoek, Sint Anthonis, Netherlands: October 28 2013 Recollections.The place was popular but never too busy.
Sandy wrote: Thistle Street 1966 Business Lunch " In 1966, I worked in Dundas Street. .
It was Coffee Joe's in Forrest Road." Rev Dr Ronnie Aitchison, Normanton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England: December 16, 2012 Ronnie: The Manhattan Did you find the comments above about the Manhattan?We finally split with the Robertsons one Saturday afternoon around June 1964.Joyce Lamont Messer Whang anui, North Island, New Zealand Joyce Lamont Messer replied The Conspirators' Café Photos " Thanks for adding the photos. .Michael Allan Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England Thank you to Michael Allan who wrote: The Grail " I was inspired by the recollections of Paul Sutherland in his Recollection how to make money playing video games 2016 42 above. .Part of the routine was always afternoon tea in Mackies. .Stuart Lyon Blackford, Edinburgh Thank you to Stuart Lyon for writing with further information to help track down the name of the black and white restaurant in Hanover Street or Frederick Street.
The shop next door on the right, at No 130, with the Royal Coat of Arms (by Appointment to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth) is Jamieson Sons, fruiterers.
Bob Leslie Glasgow, Scotland Thank you to Bob Leslie for writing again with more recollections from the 1960s.
It was the best fish and chips." Dorothy Finlay (née Cossar Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Message posted in EdinPhoto Guestbook, June 8, 2012 Yes, Dorothy. .
We hated the name and were frankly embarrassed by it!