'Lagoon Mist', which they have on exhibition at this year's Boat Show,
is owned by J. she was built. her first major
F. Murdoch, a native of Fraserburgh who now lives in Hull and After the Show is ended the vessel will cruise on the south voyage will be on the west coast of Scotland.
for whom coast but
Rovers score nine been catching the eye
against Islavale. - Young James Wood, Portknockie who
the goals. The team
Reid, J. Wood, Innes and Walker. The score line could possibly have been two of their regular goal-scorers, G. Hay and A. Simpson were missing.
Great run comes to an end -
Saturday Low who
ended a remarkable run of moved up to the Highland
absence of Johnny Low from the Elgin City team on consecutive appearances in football over the years.
whom he played for many years, was appearances.
only nine games short of 500 successive
New billiard room to be opened - A new billiard room will be opened next Thursday at the Buckie Branch of the British Legion on High Street by the chairman, ex-Provost, Dr J. F. Cameron.
21 Long service with the P.O. honoured - Lachlan Gauld DSC, of Upper Dallachy, Spey
on page the Post
one receiving an inscribed gold watch on his retiral after 50
over on behalf of his colleagues by
John Murray. F.B. McNally
Mr Gauld also received the Imperial Service Medal from Postmaster, Mr
Big fire - The Spey Bay Hotel, one of the leading hotels in the north-east was destroyed
by fire last Saturday.
It was famed
throughout Scotland as a golfing centre. most spectacular ever seen in the Buckie
even though three fire brigades were in action they The 29-roomed hotel, which is owned by Squadron
a losing battle. Henry Anderson,
I winna see you at Cullen
on Saturday -
The dances in the Town
Litter line a
lout pays for his crime Buckie man was fined £1
For throwing Buckie Police
an empty bottle Court this week.
signed for Nairn County trials for Buckie Thistle.
Advert - Ian Burnett, Plumber, Baron Street. (His last advert appeared in this edition.)
Jan 28 Hero receives an award - Mr Joe Innes, 44 Yardie, Buckie, who saved Alexander Murray, 19 Hendry Terrace, from drowning in the sea off
13 year old Peterhythe,
Portessie last June Vellum last Sunday.
with the Royal
Humane Society Testimonial on at sea all week and Sunday was
the only suitable day. Present at the event, which took place in the Town House, were members of the town council and Police Inspector George Watt. The award was handed over by Provost Albert Doran.
Sir Winston Churchill, January 1965
former P.M. and war-time leader died on Sunday
Opening announcement - Alistair H. Boyd, Hillocks Farm, has commenced in business as a plumber and would welcome enquiries.