I assume that you mean "over 65" now? Otherwise they most likely are dead and gone and have no further interest in her?
To jog my memory--was Salvadoris in Greig Street? If so I wish to report that my hormones are still functioning; if not, I don't remember but that is due to a slight case of galloping Alzheimers not hormonal incapacitation....
Indeed, Scarlet. Slightly ambiguous wording on my part. And yes, I was just that bit too young to be among the rather large group of fans.
Salvadori's was indeed in Greig St, down from the Post Office (the words are still inscribed in fading gold on the pavement), almost directly across the street from Diggar's and I THINK next door to what used to be the Coop before that became Highland TV Service which has fairly recently closed. Salvadoris I think closed late 60s/early 70s and the premises became a series of takeaway establishments.
Salvadori's had great ice cream and especially good when you got raspberry cordial on it. There was old Mr Salvadori and the son Vaaro and how many daughters were there? At least two and as it happens a bit like earlier versions of Nicola Benedetti who I think is also of Italian ice cream extraction. Also working in the shop was Mrs Mitchell who stayed in St Valery Ave. She was the former Highland League player Ronnie Mitchell's mother, and a Glaswegian.
On one occasion the little girl next door to her had been setting about her dad's garden with a pair of scissors, so Mrs Mitchell knocks on their door to announce: "She's went an' cut the taps aff a' they ingins" Then, on realising that the damage was even more extensive: "Oh, an' they buggers tae!!"