19 July 2007 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne16 July 1972; Fian Tobias MOLLOY, Fianna Éireann, 17 July 1976; Volunteer Patrick CANNON, Dublin Brigade, Volunteer Peter McELCAR, Donegal Brigade, 21 July 1972; Volunteer Joseph DOWNEY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 21 July 1973; Volunteer Alphonsus CUNNINGHAM, South Down Command, Volunteer Pauline KANE, Cumann na mBan Newcastle. “The Republic stands for truth and honour. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free”. Liam Mellows. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
CAHILL, Joe (3rd Ann). Mass 11am Sunday 23 July, St. John’s, Falls Road, Belfast. Our memories of you are special they will never go away. Always loved by Annie and family.
CANNON, Patrick (31st Ann). In proud memory of Volunteer Patrick Cannon who died on 17 July 1976 with his comrade Volunteer Peter McElcar. Always remembered by his friend Noel Harrington, Kinsale, Cork.
TREACY, Seán (9th Ann.). In proud memory of Seán Treacy, killed in tragic circumstances at work on 20 July 1998. Always remembered by his friend Noel Harrington, Kinsale, Cork.
Mac GARVEY, James. The officers and members of the Hugh Mac Cooey Cumann, Sinn Féin, Scotshouse, Co Monaghan wish to extend their deepest sympathy to his wife Rose, and Daughters Fiona and Carol on their sad loss of a much loved husband and father James. It was much regret that Cumann Members learned of the death of James who departed this life on 14 July 2007, He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Suaimhneas na bhFhlaitheas da anam dílis.
STEPHENS, Sidney. Deepest sympathy is extended to Joe Spillane and family on the death of his Uncle Sidney, Fom the Republican Movement Cork, from Sinn Féin Corcaigh, from the Volunteers Ahern/Crowley Cumann Cork
Beannachtaí .COMHGHAIRDEAS MÓR to the Sligeach Sinsear Peileadoiri agus Cuiditheoiri on their victory in the Connacht Final by defeating the favorites Galway. We wish them well in the rest of the Tournament. From Joe Desmond Runai – Comhairle Ceantair Gaillimh Thoir.
COMHGHAIRDEAS MÓR to Fiona Kerins on becoming a Sinn Féin councilor in Cork. From Anne, Conor, Conor Óg and the POWs in Portaloise