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For sale business, 40'x 20' store.

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    Store and garage

at Baron Street is for and is equipped with

belonging to Ian Burnett, Plumber, who has ceased sale. Apart from the store and garage which measures power points there is a 40' by 40' yard adjacent to the

On trial - on Saturday.

Dennis Murray, the former Buckie Rover's player, played a trial with Huntly

North Church sole nominee - A Glasgow minister, Rev Ainslie Walton, is to preach as sole nominee for the vacant charge of Buckie North Church on February 7. The charge

has been vacant since last June following the departure of the

former minister, Rev John

D. Henderson for Thornhill near Dumfriess.

Services

are meantime

extensive

renovations

being

held

in

the

church

hall

while

the church is undergoing

Quiz questions - A series of questions appear on page 6 of this edition. The answers are also given on a later page.

Feb 4 Promotion for Buckie priest - The Right Rev. Monseigneur Canon Wm. Murdoch, priest of St Peter's RC Church in Buckie has been appointed Vicar General by the new Bishop of the R. C. diocese of Aberdeen, Michael Foylan. Monseigneur Murdoch, who is a native of Maryculter, has been in Buckie since 1943.

New Town Clerk - The person appointed to take the place of

McNaughton, as Town Clerk of

Town

Clerk

of

Renfrew.

There

Buckie is George Macdonald Sinclair were originally 11 applicants for the

the late John L. at present Depute post but this was

reduced to a

short leet of 5.

Mr Sinclair is an MA and

LLB graduate of Glasgow

University is a married man with one of a family.

Buckie man presumed lost with doomed trawler - William

'Frigate' Reid, 37, a

married man of 14 Inward Road, Buckpool is a member of the crew of the Aberdeen

trawler, Blue Crusader which is now believed to have

when the last contact was made. The vessel

distance off the Orkney Islands.

She

owners hands.

have

said,

reluctantly,

that

it

was must

was then officially now be

sunk some time after January 13 battling through heavy seas some overdue last Wednesday and the presumed to have sunk with all

All set for a TV career - Isla Macdonald (she would later call herself Isla St Clair) a 12 year's old Aberdeen Academy school pupil of 196 Morrison Drive looks all set for a career in television. Following an appearance she made recently at a folk-song festival in Edinburgh she has been booked to appear in a folk song programme on STV. Isla will probably make her first appearance in the March edition of the monthly

programme of "O Isla inherits her

Come Ye" which musical talent

is compered by Archie Fisher. from her mother, Mrs Zetta

Macdonald,

a

former

Findochty Song club

resident and a native of Buckie and a traditional folk singer.

who

is

a

prominent

member

of

Aberdeen

Folk

Mrs she

Macdonald retains and Isla appeared

close in an

links with Buckie and Findochty as recently as September Arts Council concert at Buckie. Next Sunday, February 7th

they will be both is taking part in Aberdeen. Isla's TV chance came after she sang

a BBC broadcast from the International

Club in

'The Dowie Houms of Yarrow'; an ancient

Border's

ballad taught to her by folk-song societies were

her mother, taking part.

at

the

Edinburgh

Festival

at

which

7

of

Scotland's

New? Bands this week - Booked to play at the Two Red Shoes - The Mersey Beats also

Jimmy Nicol and the Shubdubs (Jimmy was the ex Beatles drummer.) A new venue for Modern Dancing Enterprises - The Assembly Rooms, Elgin. Favello will be playing here with the 'Sunsets' in the Public Hall, Craigellachie.

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    The

Arradoul and District Players will present the play, " The Doctor's Honeymoon" (by Alexander J. Blackhall) in the WRI Hall, Arradoul on 11 and 12th February. A dance will follow on Friday evening.

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