23 July 2009 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
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; 25 July 1988: Volunteer Brendan DAVISON, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion. “By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” – Liam Mellows. From the Republican Movement.
TOOLAN, Terry (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Terry Toolan 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who was shot dead while protecting his family and community on 14 July 1972. Time may dull the pain but never the memory. Daddy you are always remembered and loved with pride and honour from your loving daughter Gemma Di Lucia and Frank, Newcastle, County Down.
EGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Pa Egan following his tragic passing from Clare Comhairle Ceantar.
EGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Pat Egan, Kerry, who died recently. From the Republican Movement Munster, Republican Movement Cork, Sinn Féin Chorcaí, Cuige Mumhan.
O’CARROLL. Limerick City Sinn Féin deeply regret the tragic and untimely death of John O’Carroll, a lifelong and sincere republican. To his wife Louise and family we extend our very sincere sympathy. Also, our sincere sympathy to Louise on the very recent death of her father. Ar dheis Dé go raibh na hAnnamacha.
Congratulations to John Snell, Sinn Féin’s councillor on the Wicklow County Council on the setting up of the first ever Sinn Féin cumann in Rathnew, County Wicklow. The O’Brien/Sands Cumann, as it will now be known was set up due to the huge upsurge in interest in Sinn Féin in the local areas which culminated with John being elected in the local elections on his first time running. Already the cumann are leading by example and getting stuck into many local projects, showing once again that Sinn Féin leads by deeds not words