Thistle put their captain on the transfer list - Peter Smith who has played at centre half and was captain has been put on the transfer list though Buckie would prefer a player exchange.
Cullen F.C. to be revived. League will be revived.
Hopes are high that the once popular Buckie Welfare
Oct 14 Profitable Coffee Morning - The sum of £94 was raised at a coffee morning ran in aid of the Scottish Council for the aid of Spastics. (It is most surprising that so few of these events were being held back in 1965 since they would seem to raise more money than the popular jumble sales.)
Fashion Salon Opens Street on Wednesday
Buckie's first fashion salon will open at 12 to 14
West Church formerly of
Manchester whose mother well known fish merchant.
lives in Buckie as does her brother, (The shop was still open in 2002)
Butcher's shop to close - Miss K. Skinner, Butcher, 50 Low Street (next to the Anchor
Bar) is to retire from business on 14 October. patronage over many years.
She thanks customers for their
Another new band top British band.
The new name that appeared this week is The Applejacks, a
Cullen Loons - a poem by Jayeff - This appears on page 5. you come from Cullen.
It is good, especially if
Rovers 'A' team - The Rovers have agreed to send through an 'A' team to play Fochabers Rockets in a friendly match. Those chosen to play are - A. Jappy, W. Cowie and Green; Coull, Robertson and Lyon; I. Cowie, Leslie, Bruce, Leslie and McDonald. Reserve D. Geddes the Rovers lost by three goals to one.
Oct 21 Kate Skinner gets presentation - As she closed up shop for the last time on Thursday Miss Skinner, the only lady butcher in Buckie, in business for 34 years, was met by a deputation of neighbours and friends. Mr Marandola presented her with a Westminster
chiming clock. McKenzie.
Miss Skinner served her time as a butcher with the late George
"Short trousers do not help to increase Boy Scout numbers". This was said by Mr Wm. J. Taylor, Portknockie Scout Master who added, " they go to school in 'langers' and
do not like to put on short trousers again to attend the Scouts."
He was told that the
powers that be still dictated that the dress for scouts have to abide by the rules until these are changed.
Buckie Thistle dances The bands playing in the Fishermen's hall on Saturday night will be The Phantoms and a new one Formula 5. The Thistle will also hold a dance in the Strathlene Hotel on Sunday with music by The Bambies
Wrestling - A big crowd attended Buckie's first ever Wrestling Show in the Fishermen's Hall presented by a member of the Wrestling Federation of Great Britain. This was the first major event held in the hall since the town council purchased it from
the Welfare Society and improvements made. open.
Provost Doran present declared the hall
And still they appear - A various venues by Modern Accents.
new name appears among the groups booked to play at