Republican News · Thursday 15 June 2000

[An Phoblacht]

SF PUB QUIZ: 8.30pm Thursday 15 June, Ruby Finegan's pub, BALLYFERMOT, County Dublin. Organised by Ballyfermot SF

PICKET: Disband the RUC: Justice for Robert Hamill and Rosemary Nelson. 2-3pm Saturday 17 June, St Catherine's Church, Thomas Street, DUBLIN. Organised by the Joe Clarke SF Cumann

ANTI-DRUGS PICKET: 12.30-1.30pm Saturday 17 June, Crumlin Shopping Centre, DUBLIN.

IRISH NIGHT: Featuring the Irish Brigade. Saturday 17 June, the Mountview Hotel, DERRYLIN. Táille 5

DISBAND RUC PICKET: 11am Saturday 17 June, RUC Barracks, CRAIGAVON, County Armagh. The picket is to raise awareness of the increased harassment of nationalists in Craigavon and will call for the RUC to be Disbanded. All welcome

COISTE NA N-LARCHIMÍ. What's the Journey Political Education Programme, seminar. 11am Saturday 17 June. St Mary's University College, 191 Falls Road, BELFAST, County Antrim. Republicanism and the Good Friday Agreement. Speaker: Brian Feeney

BODENSTOWN BUSES: 18 June. CORK CITY, contact Mick Nugent on 311 389. Táille 10; DUBLIN: South Inner City. Leaves Ringsend Village at 12.30pm, Widow Scallan's 12.45pm, St Cathrine's Church, Thomas Street at 1pm. Northeast. Leaves Kilbarrack Fire Station at 10.15am, Darndale Roundabout at 10.3oam, Norhside Shopping Centre at 10.45am, Ballymun at 11am. Táille 4. Rathfarnham. Hillview, 11am, Fire Station Nutgrove, 11.15am, Yellow House 11.20am, Furrytbog 11.30am, Jobstown Inn 11.45am. Táille 5. DUN LAOGHAIRE: Departs Corbawn Tavern, Shankill at 10.15am, Crazy Prizes at 10.30am, Easons Dun Laoghaire at 10.45am. Táille 5. Contact 087-6887296 for details. LIMERICK: Leaves Pennys at 10am. Táille 10. Contact Maurice on 086-8258125

BODENSTOWN FUNCTION: Featuring Spirit of Freedom. 8pm Sunday 18 June, Widow Scallan's, Pearse Street, DUBLIN. Táille 4. Organised by Dublin Sinn Féin

PUBLIC MEETING: Dr Niel Cherry from Auckland New Zealand on health issues and mobile phone masts. 7pm Monday 19 June, Wynn's Hotel, DUBLIN. Organised by Communities against Microwave Radiation. Contact Collette O'Connell for details on 353 5841910

VIDEO SHOW: The Latest Film on Nationalist, Re - Route Sectarian Marches. 7.30pm Monday 19 June, The Union Club, 723 Pershore Road, Selly Park BIRMINGHAM, England

OGRA SF RELAUNCH: Relaunch of Ogra Shinn Féin Dublin. 7.30pm, Wednesday 21 June 44 Parnell Square, DUBLIN. Anybody wishing further details should contact Brian at (01) 8726100

FUNCTION: Featuring Shebeen. 8pm Saturday 24 June, Christ Church, DUBLIN. Adm 7. Organised by Hugh Hehir RFB

BUS TRIP: To Kilmainham Jail, organised by the St James Ex-Prisoners Group. Sunday 25 June. Bus leaves Park Centre Gates on the Donegal Road, BELFAST, County Antrim at 9am sharp. Taille 6 Adults, 3 Children

REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION: Dan Darragh commemoration. Assemble 4.30pm Sunday 25 June, Hill Head, BALLYCASTLE, County Antrim. All bands welcome. Tel: 028/207 68647

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: 27th annual Volunteer Dermot Crowley commemoration. Assemble 3pm Sunday 25 June, Rathcooney Strawberry Farm, BALLYVOLANE, County Cork and march to Rathcooney Cemetery. Speaker: Cllr Jonathon O'Brien. Youghal RFB in attendance; Followed by function 4.30-8pm afterwards in the Fob and Gill, Mayfield. Ballads by Shananagins and youghal RFB. Organised by the Ahern/Crowley SF Cumann, info from Mick Nugent on 311 389 or 087-6755783

SF FUNDRAISER: Featuring the Irish Brigade. 8pm Friday 30 June, Willies Andies Bar, MITCHELSTOWN, County Cork. Táille 5

IRISH REBEL NIGHT: Featuring the Bard of Armagh. Friday 30 June, Molly Nahuire's pub, BALLYCONNELL, County Cavan

IRISH NIGHT: Featuring Sean Nos. Friday 30 June, Hugh Byrne's, Louth Village, DUNDALK, County Louth.

REPUBLICAN FUNCTION: Featurng the Irish Brigade. 8pm Saturday 1 July, CIE Club, Arcadia, CORK. Tickets 5, available from SF office, Barrack St. Organised by the Cork Republican Commemoration Committee

ANTI-ORANGE PARADE PROTEST: The Springfield Road Residents Group will hold protests against the Whiterock Orange parade, due to march along the Springfield Road, at the end of June. Assemble 4.30pm Lanark Way on Thursday and 1pm on Friday

WELCOME-HOME FUNCTION: For Frankie Rafferty. 8pm Friday 7 July, Mother Red Cap's, Christchurch, DUBLIN. Táille 5. Tickets usual outlets or from Ken Fitzgerald on 086-8412880

SF FUNCTION: Featuring the Irish Brigade. 8.30pm Friday 7 July, Blake's Tavern, BLANCHARDSTOWN, County Dublin. Raffle and spot prizes on night. Táille 5

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: Annual Volunteer Jackie Griffith commemoration. Assemble 2.30pm Saturday 8 July, Ringsend Village, DUBLIN, and march to Holles Street. Prominent speaker. Organised by the Jackie Griffith/Mairéad Farrell Sinn Féin Cumann

FUNCTION: Featuring the Irish Brigade. 8pm Saturday 8 July, the Noggin Inn, SALLYNOGGIN, County Dublin. Organised by michael Dwyer CSC. Táille 5

REPUBLICAN FUNCTION: Featuring the Wolfe Tones. 8pm Saturday 8 July, CIE Club, Arcadia, CORK. Táille 12 from SF office, Barrack St. Organised by the Cork Republican Commemoration Committee

PROTEST AGAINST ORANGE MARCHES: Remember Robert Hamill ~ Justice Now! 4-6pm Wednesday 5 July, Chamberlain Square; 4-6pm Wed 12 July, The Clock High Street, BIRMINGHAM, England. Organised by TOM

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: 24th Annual Volunteer Patrick Cannon commemoration. Assemble 2pm Saturday 15 July, Darndale Roundabout, DUBLIN and march to Balgriffin Cemetery. Prominent speaker. Any bands wishing to participate should contact Mark at 8722609

SINN FÉIN LAUNCHES NEW RUC WATCH: Incidents of harassment should be logged, by fax, at the Sinn Féin press office 028 90 223001 or E- mail at sfpress@sinnfein.iol.ie.

THE Wolfe Tone Society is currently running educationals every month on aspects of the freedom struggle in Ireland. To attend please contact us at the Wolfe Tone Society, BM Box 6191, London, WC1N 3XX, tel 020-8442 8778, fax 020-8442 8778, email: wts@brosna.demon.co.uk

TOM DELEGATION TO BELFAST: Thursday 10 - Monday 14 August. Delegation Costs: 45 unwaged; 55 Waged; 80 High waged. The price includes food & accommodation. It does NOT include travel costs to Belfast. Troops Out Movement PO Box 1032 Birmingham B12 8BZ Tel: 0121 643 7542. Email: TOM@sparkle123.freeserve.co.uk

ÓGRA SHINN FÉIN announces that their Special Six-County conference is to

be postponed until further notice. The Orange Order last week announced that they intend to intensify their campaign to force their way down the Garvaghy Rd this Summer. They have already applied to march through the isolated nationalist area of Portadown on both the 2 and 9 July. Following this the organisers of the ÓSF conference have decided to keep these two dates free in case the Garvaghy Road Residents Association request support from the wider nationalist community on these days. A meeting of ÓSF activists in the Six Counties will take place in Belfast on Saturday 1 July and all those interested in the republican youth wing are invited and urged to attend. More details shortly

THE CABRA Sinn Féin Cumann in Dublin is currently reorganising and is actively seeking new members. Anybody in the Cabra, Glasnevin or Drumcondra areas wishing to join or help out, please contact 086-889 5195

CUNAMH/TAR ABHAILE: Are currently documenting information on the experiences of former women POW from the DERRY CITY area. Anyone wishing to take part in this project should contact Cathy or Rose. 028-71288868/ 028-71284270

SF SHOPS: Sinn Féin Shop in 44 Parnell Square. Open six days a week 11am-4pm, Monday-Friday, and 10am-5pm on Saturdays; MONAGHAN: Sinn Féin Siopa Monaghan Town, tel 82917/Fax 71849; KERRY: Kerry Sinn Fein's new premises, including shop and constituency office, are now open. Republican arts and crafts, t-shirts, books, badges, etc. Visitors welcome. Contact Kerry Sinn Fein, 2, Moyderwell, Tralee. Tel/Fax :066-7129545. E-Mail: kerrysinnfein@hotmail.com; CORK: 138 Barrack Street, tel 311 389, open Monday-Saturday 11-5pm; NEWRY: 1 Kilmorey Terrace, Patrick Street. Open 10am - 4pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 12pm Sat. Tel (028) 302 68538. e-mail newrysinnfein@ireland.com. Website http://website.lineone.net/~newrysinnfein

Blanchardstown SF Lotto

8 June. Winning nos: 18,20,22. No winner. 5 consolation prizes of 10. Mary Coolie, John Fagan, Noel Bure, c/o Robbie, Tom Gem, Patricia Byrne, c/o Robbie. Next week's jackpot 900.

Sth Derry SF Lotto Results

Winnings nos 3,7,9,14. No jackpot winners. 5 x 10 winners. Paula O'Kane, c/o Maghera; Tom Murphy, c/o Magherafelt; E+M Glass, c/o Maghera; A McCann, c/o Newbridge; Benny Kerr, c/o Ballinascreen. Next week's jackpot 400.

SF Jackie Griffitrh/Mairé;ad Farrell SF Cumann Draw Results (May)

1st, 100: Billy Ryan, to 485, Paul Brannock; 2nd: 50, June, c/o Tommy; 3rd: 40, Sean De Landra, tk 360; 4th: 30, P Caso, tk 170; 5th: 20, Shane, tk 135; 6th: 10, Steven Mullen, tk 336. Next draw 30 June.

Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Ballot. Draw took place in The Felons Club 9 June; 1st Prize: D Hannaway, Twinbrook; 2nd Prize: Mrs M. Fagan, Twinbrook; 3rd Prize: Miss J Rules, Twinbrook.


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