Flooding at Drybridge -
Following heavy rainwater poured off the
the road like a river
to flood the smiddy to a depth of 18 inches.
to the smiddy was done here
in which Mr Joseph Russell 71 lives to his carpets etc.
was also flooded.
fields and down house next door A lot of damage
They deserve a medal - Arlene Leask, a second year student nurse in Aberdeen whose home is at 33 St Peter's Road was one of two nurses who completed a 50 mile walk
course Of the
in Aberdeen's Young 220 who took part
Oxfam Groups Fund Raising Walk only 48 finished the course with
and her nursing
The girls who were sponsored for 5/- per mile did the course in just under 14 hours.
Courageous housewives - Two housewives in Findochty clothed to save the life of Ronald Smith, 1 Main Street, a fallen into the water while playing with his older brother
jumped into the harbour fully three year old child who had who screamed for help. The
on the scene was Mrs Betty swam out to where she saw
Flett, 33 of 4 the little boy.
who dived in to the water
Mrs Jessie Reid, 28, 13 Commercial help
then also dived in to come to her aid.
The story is told on
Come to Craigellachie and hear - The Playboys play.
Pink paraffin - Millbank Garage bought the paraffin round formerly owned by Sand Mclennan and was advertising for a lorry driver and salesman.
Advert - West End Garage, Arradoul, now under new management.
A good Quiz Question -
Buckie Thistle arrived in Inverness to play the Clach with only
a dilemma by
goal for the Thistle goals to two.
Clach's Aberdeen contingent of players to Inverness
turning out at inside in the last minutes of
Further to this
he scored a second
in which they were beaten by six
Many fancy the job -
A total of 29 applications were received by Buckie Town
Council for the new post which was to be created Town Clerk's Department.
as administrative assistant
Should an extension be built - This was something that the council was debating as a result of the increased landings at Buckie Harbour of late. The present building was
unable to fully cope.
A strange event is advertised in this edition - A Coffee Morning !
Townswomen's Guild is to hold a Coffee Morning in the Commercial hall on Saturday 18 September from 10 am till 12. Sales Table. Tickets cost 2/-
Chrysanthemum Tea -
The Young Wives Group belonging to the South Church are to
ticket - 2/-
Sale of work -
Buckie Thistle Ladies Committee are to hold a Sale of work in the
Fishermen's Hall on Wednesday 22 September
Autumn Tea -
Members of the Sunday
Sale of Work - Rathven Parish Church Girls Brigade are to hold a Sale of Work in the Church Hall, Portessie on Friday 24 September at 7p.m.
Beetle Drive and Sales Table -
British Legion Women's Section are holding a Beetle
in the Legion