Galway Advertiser 1984/1984_01_19/GA_19011984_E1_005.pdf
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Ireland's most successful slimming organisation meets every Monday at Westside Community Centre (beside Tesco) at 8 p.m.
P R O D U C E R GERRY
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C a m p a i g n for Jobs a n d Tax Equity
At an emergency delegate meeting, Galway Council of Trade U n i o n has decided to organise a public demonstration and rally o n Friday 20th January, between 3.00 and 4.30 p.m. in Galway City. This protest will coincide with similar action in cities and towns throughout the country, and is intended to focus attention o n trade union policies o n jobs and tax equity o n the eve of the 1984 Budget. T h e Irish Congress of Trades U n i o n s , which is co-ordinating the cam paign at national level, has called o n trade unionists and unemployed people to take part in the DI, I -- l i g a t i o n s T h i s call has also b e e n endorsed by numerous trade u n i o n s affiliated to the C o n gress.
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Christmas Art Competition
Derek Keane, a pupil of the Snipe Avenue Special School who was a prize-winner at the recent Christmas Art Competition. Derek is being held by his sister and with them is the Mayor Cflr. Michael Leahy.
SPINA BIFIDA ASSOCIATION
The Mayor Ctr Michael Leahy presented 100 prizes to the wmners of the Christmas Art Gxnpenfton at the Arts Centre, Nuns' Island last Saturday morning. The prize wirrung patnnngs were exhibited for two days. will hold City C h u r c h Gate Collection on S u n d a y , 29th J a n .
| Johnny Igoe, a student at St. Joseph's, Snipe Avenue, was one of the pnm-wtnnert and he a ' pictured here with his teacher Bern* Igoe Even though they are friends Bemit and Johnny an not