Foreign News: Here Is an Englishman

Lieut. Colonel Alfred Daniel Wintle, retired, sometime of the Royal Artillery, First The Royal Dragoons, and Eleventh Hussars, is a small, furious, ramrod-straight man who wears a monocle and believes in taking things into his own hands. Through his one good eye he views the world with the wary and defiant air of a man who suspects the worst, and expects to deal with it. Last week he was in jail and proud of it. The charge: forcibly taking the pants off an elderly solicitor.

For 57 years, Wintle has been fighting his one-man war...

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