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The photographs of three of the star turns, Charles Mackay, Margaret Smith and Elspeth Slater are shown along with the report on page one.

A Teenage dance - This will be held

in

the Commercial

Hall

and ran by the 2nd

Company Buckie

Girl Guides from

8

p.m.

Till

12 on Friday 21

May.

Music will be played

Boat launched for a second time - The undergone conversion into a sea-going yacht

from

the

yard

on

Wednesday.

The

58'

long

former fishing boat, 'Quest' which has by Messrs Jones, Shipyard, was launched vessel has been renamed 'Sherrob' was

For sale the shop at 25 West Church Street formerly occupied by Carrie and Co. Grocers is for sale. The property has a double front.

launched by the wife of the owner, Mr Robert Laing of Relugas, Dunphail, near Forres. The Sherrob leaves Buckie next week for the English Channel and will be based Cowes. In her conversion to a yacht accommodation has been made for five people.

at

New name among the bands listed this week - The Searchers

Sudden death of Mrs Doran - Mrs Mary Doran, 54, wife of Provost Albert Doran, collapsed and died while attending the production of Oklahoma being presented in the Fishermen's Hall on Friday evening. She was a native of Kilmarnock. Mrs Doran, unconscious, was carried from the hall to the vestibule where Councillor Alex McIntosh, a member of the cast came off the stage and applied artificial respiration for some time but to no avail.

A very rare event in 1965- Buckie Townswomen's Guild are to hold a Coffee Morning in the Commercial Hotel hall on Saturday 15 May from 10.30 a.m. till noon. There will

be a Sales Table. Tickets cost 2/-.

Jumble Sales are far more common -

Two such events are

advertised in this

edition. The Liberal Party is holding one in the Town House hall. The other by the Lady Cathcart School and in the school hall.

by Les Bambies.

Admittance 2/-

***

***

Return of the effigy- A report is given on page 7 of the return of the effigy from the mausoleum at Duff House, Banff, to the Auld Kirk at Cullen. It tell how the stone figure was removed by the 1st Earl of Fife (obviously following an agreement with the Earl of Seafield) in 1792 from where it had lain in St Anne's Aisle. Mr Guthrie the minister of the church hearing that Duff House was about to change hands he negotiated with the agents for the new owners of Duff House and was successful in having it returned.

Appointed Canon - Rev. J. L. Stewart, minister of All Saints Episcopal Church in the town has been appointed to the rank of Canon. He is the first serving Rector of the local church to be so appointed in the history of the church which go back as far as 1600.

Thistle loses to players to Elgin - It is understood that Dennis Gowie and Gordon Laing, two Buckie loons have signed for Elgin City to play next season.

May 20

Coffee Evening - A photograph on the front page of the B. A. shows people sitting enjoying the fare at a Coffee Evening being ran by Cullen Teenagers in the Town Hall in aid of Cullen Old Folks Funds. The sum of £37 was raised.

An indoor swimming pool

members of the town council

again being discussed -

At their

agreed

to

re-open

discussion

on

the

recent meeting the question of building

an indoor swimming pool in the burgh.

Enzie folk - Mr Rolfe Witte and wife Anne wish to thank Enzie WRI and their many friends for the good wishes extended to them and the beautiful presents received on leaving the districts for Canada.

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