CANNON, Volunteer Patrick (died 17 July 1976); CUNNINGHAM, Volunteer Alphonsus (died 21 July 1973); DOWNEY, Volunteer John (died 21 July 1972); KANE, Volunteer Pauline (died 21 July 1973); McElcar, Volunteer Peter (died 17 July 1976). ``Let no man write my epitaph, for as no man who knows my reasons has the courage to justify my deeds, I want my story to be unwritten until other men in other times can tell the truth. When my country takes her place among the nations of the world, them, and not till then... let my epitaph be written.'' - Robert Emmet. Always remembered by their friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.
CANNON, Patrick (24th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patrick Cannon, Dublin Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed in action on 17 July 1976. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in Dublin Brigade, Irish Repubican Army; By Sinn Féin Atha Cliath; By the Volunteers Smith/Harford/Doherty RFB, Dublin.
BEHAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Joe Behan, Kilbarrack, on the death of
his father Bernard Behan. From the Cole/Colley Cumann, Dublin Northeast Sinn
BRENNAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the mother, grandmother, uncles, aunts and cousins of Shane Brennan, Tír na Sionainne, Baile Uí Thaidhg, Co Ciarraí, who died tragically in a car accident. At this time, they are in the thoughts of everyone in the Republican Movement, Co Ciarraí.
TO Brian Arthurs and Seán McNulty, Long Kesh. We wish you a very happy home coming on 28 July. Remember, don't forget to put the light out and close the doors behind you's and don't fall into any holes like the alsasian. From all your families and friends in Cappagh, Galbally and throughout County Tyrone.
THE Beechmount Commemoration Committee would like to thank everybody who attended the march and unveiling of a mural in honour of Nora McCabe and other plastic bullet victims last Sunday 9 July. The attendance at the unveiling showed how much Nora was thought of. A special thanks to Danny D and Marty and also the Wolfe Tone RFB. Go raibh maith agaibh, Seando Moore, chairperson.