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time when there had just been a rise in the rates.

Some of the letters were such that

the editor refused to print them.

Buckie Welfare League will be re-formed - League is to be reformed after being in abeyanc

e

The once popular Buckie Welfare

for

a

number

of

years.

This

was

agreed at a meeting attended by representatives of six local clubs that intend to take

part. A second meeting will take place on December 8 to appoint office

bearers and set

up a working committee to run the league.

Clubs

represented

  • -

    Portgordon,

Thomson's

Shipyard,

Hamilton's

Bros. Buckpool

United, Cullen and Portsoy.

Pete Smith makes his return -

The Thistle player who had been placed on the

transfer list was reinstated

to the position of Centre half on Saturday

in place of the

injured Woodcock and put up a tremendous display.

Derek Walker of the Rovers was at

outside left.

Rovers' player honoured -

Alex Simpson

has been chosen to play for the Scottish

F.A. against Ayrshire Junior F.A. on Saturday.

Nov 18The Powerhouse Six

is the name of a new group who are to play in the Two Red

Shoes and also at the Craig. present.

In the Two Red Shoes disc jockey Douglas Eames will be

The Sinners will play at a

Thistle dance in the St Andrew's Hall on Saturday 20

November.

Advert - Try the Cluny Fisheries 9 Low Street for the best in fish and poultry.

James Mackay, Draper, 5 East Church Street had a whole page advert in this edition advertising children's toys in the form of sketches.

Sudden

death

of

Buckie

business

woman

  • -

    Mrs

Alexa

suddenly at her home at 35 East Church Street on Monday

was

the

sole

proprietor

of

'The

Little

Wonder'

a

shop

began

M (Maisie) Brookman died evening . She was 58. She by her father T. M. Jack.

The SNP may contest the next Parliamentary election

Nov 25Wrestling draws the crowds - A crowd of five hundred

packed the Fishermen's Hall to

watch the second exhibition of wrestling staged in the burgh in the last two months. Police Judge T. W. Land introduced the show.

Another profitable Coffee Morning -

St Peter's RC Ladies

Guild

raised

£23

at

their

coffee

morning

held

in

the

Commercial

Hall

on

Saturday.

Dec 2

Treasurer resigns -

the

past

18

months

Councillor George C. Wilson treasurer of Buckie

announced

his

resignation

at

a

meeting

this

week.

Town Council for He had opposed

the council's

decision

to accept the

increase the

salary of

various council

proposal

officials.

of

the

treasurer's

sub

committee

to

Dentist moves - G. P. Hendry, dentist moved his practice from Cluny House to Treryn, 93 West Church Street.

Signs Trust Deed -

The Tobacconist

and

Confectioner

at

25

West

Church

Street

signed the Trust Deed this week.

Rovers to play Dunfermline Jubilee - The Scottish Junior Cup tie will take place in the Victoria Park on Saturday 4 Dec at 2.15p.m. Adults 1/6. Boys and OAP's 9d.

The Individuals, still another new named group are to play at the Craig this coming week.

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