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Sept 30

Buckie Thistle (under the aegis of the Welfare Society) are to start

running dances again in the Fishermen's Hall on a Saturday. The band booked to

play on Saturday 2 October is The Sinners. buses after the dance.

8.45 till 11.45p.m. Admission 4/-. Usual

Club dance every Sunday in the St Andrew's Hall starting 3 October from 9 until 12.

Admission 3/-. Transport to Keith via Cullen.

Beat Festival in the grounds of Cullen House.

2000 fans attended the Beat Festival

in the grounds of Cullen House on Saturday to raise funds for Save The Children Fund. This was organised by Lord and Lady Seafield and committee. A total of sixteen beat bands were present, mainly from the northeast but others from as far afield as London, Manchester, Falkirk and Inverness. Top of the bill was Malcolm Clarke and the Cresters from London followed by Toggery Five from Manchester, The Copycats, Jacobeats, The Roadrunners, The Phantoms, and many others. The beat groups played in the open air during the afternoon but later, because of the blustery wind the music and dancing were moved inside a large marquee, which was tastefully decorated.

New proposals made by Education Committee of Banff County Council - A new secondary school to be built at Buckie; secondary education to be confined to three comprehensive six year course schools at Buckie, Banff and Keith; 19 primary schools to be closed; the abolition of the 11 plus examination are some of the revolutionary changes announced in the long term policy for the provision of primary and secondary education in Banffshire approved in principle by the B.C.C. Education Committee at their meeting on Wednesday. Full report is given on page 6

Invitation to rejoin the council turned down- Mr William Thomson, Shipbuilder, a former councillor and Bailie who was unsuccessful at the last municipal election was offered a seat at the table through co-option to take the place of the late Mr Bruce declined the offer claiming pressure of business.

Buckie Sea Cadet Unit loses officer - John S. McLean, PT English at Buckie High School and a First Lieutenant in Buckie Sea Cadet Unit has resigned his appointment because of pressure of school work. He has served with the unit since it was formed two years ago.

Oct 7

New Road will by-pass Fochabers - (Front page headline) Among the proposals for the A96 is that the road will by-pass Fochabers and the road to the west of Fochabers will eventually become a dual carriageway, 80 feet wide with exceptions where it passes through Elgin, Forres and Nairn.

The Two Red Shoes, Elgin.






Incorporated a Big Time Band

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    Playing here this

Craigellachie one from the south.


will be



the Ivy League, one or listen to R and

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Message boy wanted- J and T. Taylor, Butchers, 42 East Church Street, are looking for a message boy.

New furniture showroom opened now opened at 5 Commercial Road. Bedding of quality supplied to order.

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    Dennis Murray invites you to visit his showroom

Fitted carpets a speciality. No charge for fitting.

High score from High School team - Buckie High School football team beat Lossiemouth School by 12 goals to 2 at Lossiemouth. The team was - McVean, Legge and Ramsay; Pirie, Cowie and Green; Humphrey, Slater (Capt.) Bruce, Boyd and Cameron.

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