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T e a , Coffee, S o u p s , Sandwiches and full Meals are economically and conveniently served using disposables.


Irish Merchants Limited
n o w carry stocks of disposable cups, plates, cutlery, containers and sandwich w r a p s at their

Galway Depot,
T u a m R o a d , G a l w a y . Callers are w e l c o m e to v i e w the complete range.

Tel. 091/63717 Ansaphone Service or Dublin office 01/315533
sister Eileen who comes to New York in September for a vacation. In the meantime Tommy and family go to Lake George, N.Y. for two weeks. " T e d d y Looking G o o d " Posters are beginning to appear in many places around the country that have an interest for the Irish here. Having to visit Scranton this past week I was privileged to visit an Irish-American club which displayed posters which read "Draft Ted Kennedy for Oresident" and "Teddy in Eighty." I was told the posters are part of the Florida "Draft Ted Kennedy" Group. The same posters appear also in Newark Clubs and in a restaurant on the New Jersey turnpike. The recent poll conducted by the news media shows Ted Kennedy ahead of Jimmy Carter, 38% for Carter, 62% for Ted Kennedy. Ted is appearing quite a lot on interview shows on television lately. It's beginning to happen to that remarkable family all over again. F i n a l Touches St. Patrick's Cathedral is beginning to look like a newly built church now that the sanding and washing is almost completed. The interior is beautiful with new modern statues in bronze, marble and lime stone, new "candle" light ing and new carpeting. It will be a credit to our Cardinal Cooke (now in Galway) who is also making

You should have seen the fun here when Galway won that semi-final. At several bars Galwegians could be heard singing Galway Bay. Four Green Fields Bar at Sunnyside was packed with Galway people, at least from what I heard when Galway scored! The Corkmen had their own radio broadcast from their headquarters on 58 St., Woodside. But many Corkmen like John English and Denis Forde usually go to the Starting Gate Bar but that evening they were in no mood to be razzled by the Galway and Mayo group. Interest in the final is so great that a group are arranging a charter flight to Dublin. Mons. H o r a n Had a nice letter from Mons. James Horan who sent thanks for pictures and story done while he was in N.Y. The busy Mons. Horan is getting things prepared for the visit of Pope John Paul to his parish and shrine at Knock. The Mons. is hopeful that I will be able to be there. While in New York the Mons. made a good impression on the folks in the "Big Apple" city. He was well received by Irish organisations here. Waiting Richie and Tommy Fahy are awaiting a visit from

W e call the Gift Set "The Great P.M." It contains everything today's man needs to stay cool and fresh. Aramis Eau de Cologne, Aramis Soothing After Shave, Aramis Shaving Foam and Aramis AntiPerspirant. Now, at Moons, the great P.M is yours FREE - when you buy t w o or more products from the Aramis range. And for the man about town there's a chance to make another splash. With the Aramis Gift Set you also get a chance to win this Western Marine "Intruder" Powerboat, complete with engine and trailer.

The "Intruder" is on display at Moons for the next two weeks. Speed in and see it. Very soon it might be yours. 'Offer lasts until October 22nd.

We require the services of a competent person in our Accounts Section. Previous experience in accounts work is mandatory and the successful applicant must be educated to at least Leaving Certificate Level. Terms of employment will be above average and working conditions are extremely pleasant Applica tions should reach us by 6th September, and must be in writing giving details of age, education and employment background. Pan Atlantic Group (Europe) Ltd., P.O. Box 18, Rots House, Victoria Place, Galway. Envelopes to be marked "Accounts Assistant."

big preparations for Pope John Paul's visit here in October. Willy Fahy

New Commissioners
Newly elected Harbour Commissioners to represent the shipping and fishing interests are Colm Mac Giolla Ri, C L E . Area Manager, and Gregory Conneely, Aran fisherman.

Call For Tax Reform
The Galway Council of Trade Unions are formally requesting that both the Borough Council and Co. Council adopt their motion for tax reform. The Council states that: "Such reform in particular, should also index tax allowances against inflation, eliminate differential treat ment of marriage partners and involve an anti-tax evasion and avoidance campaign by the State. Furthermore, forms of taxation should be intro duced which ensure an adequate contribution to public revenue by those who are especially welloff."

T H E ANIMAL FEED DIVISION O F C O M H L U C H T SIUCRE EIREANN w o u l d like to c o n g r a t u l a t e

Senior Citizens Holiday
A group of 38 senior citizens arrived in Galway recently for one week. They were accompanied by Rev. Fr. Toal C.C. and Miss Gabrielle Monaghan, Presi dent of the Portadown Youth Action Committee who raised funds and made the holiday possible. At a reception in Aras Failte, the Mayor of Galway Aid. Micheal O'Higgins, and James Creed, Publicity Officer, Ireland West, welcomed the party to Galway.

on qualifying for the final of the Greenvale National Championship and to wish h i m every success at M i l l s t r e e t , C o . C o r k on Sunday, 2nd September.

For best results USE CLASSIFIEDS See pages 17, 18, 19

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