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Mar

A Hoot'nanny will take place in the Town Hall, Cullen on Monday 22 March. Appearing will be the Stars of BBC's Hoot'nanny and Singalong - the Corrie Folk Trio with Paddie Bell.

Wanted - experienced block filleters, part or full time - 3/6 per hour. Apply to Mr Coull, Buckie Packing Station by 12 noon on Friday.

Dance

you

cares

away

to

music

by

Saturday 13 March from 8.30-11.30 p.m.

The Phantoms Admission 3/-

in the Town House hall

on

Advert - Buckie Fish Packing Station - We wish to intimate that we can now supply

prime quality fish to fish shops, restaurants, fish vans , hotels etc. Contact Mr Coull on Buckie????

Quotations

daily.

Council may sell Strathlene - The town council accepted the recommendation from the Parks and Amenity Committee on Monday night that the council examine the possibility of selling the municipally owned Strathlene Hotel and its contents. It was agreed to wait until the new Town Clerk had settled in before the matter was discussed further. Some councillors did question whether the present council could by law sell something, which had been bought as an amenity for the town.

Thistle allow player to leave skipper, George Sang, who has ankle injury.

  • -

    Buckie

been out

Thistle

has granted

of

football

for

most

of

his release to former

the

season

with

an

18Death of former Portknockie Headmaster -

The death took place at his home in

Glenfarg, Perthshire of Junior Secondary School

Mr for

James I, 27 years.

at Edinburgh for 39 years.

University

48

years

ago.

K, Moyes who was headmaster of |Portknockie He belonged to Embo, Dornoch and took his MA His wife was infant mistress at Portknockie school

New? bands lined up to play in the Two Red Four + 2; Goldie and the Gingerbreads; The Consuls.

Shoes dance hall in Elgin -

Unit

Wanted- Two young men, 16-18, to learn the fish trade. Must be willing and adaptable . Apply to A. Nicol, 9 Low Street. Also required - woman experienced in block filleting.

A poem is found on page 8. Titled 'the Blue Crusader' (the name of a trawler that was lost a short while before) it is a short two verse poem written by J. C., Portgordon and the first contributed by him/her, previously a regular contributor, for a long time.

The lady from the 'Penny Shoppie' Miss Annabella Geddes recently died and now someone has written a tribute to her on page 10. Miss Geddes followed her mother as owner of the little 'penny sweetie shoppie' next to the Drill hall on West Church Street

a shop that was known to generations of bairns.

Put

a

stop

to

hare

coursing

-

A

letter

to

the

B.

A.

called for support to ban the

inhumane sport of

hare coursing.

(In 2001

similar

people were calling to ban

the

chasing to their death of foxes by hare coursing this will eventually it.)

horse and hounds and it come to pass since the

is likely that like the ban bulk of public opinion is

on for

Don't leave you vehicles on the streets without light - It is an offence in 1965 to leave one's vehicle sitting on a street during the hours of darkness without some form of lighting. A number of people were fined either £2 or sometimes £3 for the offence. A soldier, Lindan Ingram who was visiting his in-laws on Seaview Road was fined £3 for the offence and a further £2 because his car was too far from the pavement.

25Footbridge at Victoria Bridge - present bridge since it was felt that

This most

is to be constructed on the south side of the people cross the bridge on the south side. Part

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