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potiv,e4 i J.J.O'MOLLOY

potiv,e4 i J.J.O'MOLLOY

J.J.O'MOLLOY expertise built up during recent electoral campaigns has been harnessed to ram this fundamental volte face through the Ard Fheis on a wave of traditional foot-stomping Six- Counties support. There may be a walk-out but not any 1970-style split not yet! THE delegates
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mannion's dilemma

Mannion's dilemma

GERRY CALLAN on what Sean Mannion should do after his latest loss FRANK Warren, the promoter of last Wednesday night's fight between Sean Mannion and Errol Christie, has offered to stage a Mannion fight in Galway next year, most likely against the former British, Commonwealth an
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by JOHN GILES

by JOHN GILES

have him yesterday as he helped Forest pick up another three points to keep them at the top of the table. On a dull overcast day and with the City Ground pitch beautifully manicured, conditions were ideal for good football. With Wednesday playing in their get forward quickly sty
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
misitiE Z 1 BOOKLISTS

misitiE Z 1 BOOKLISTS

Z 1 BOOKLISTS UNITED KINGDOM HARDBACK BOOKS 1 Bolt. Dick Francis. Michael Joseph (2) 2 Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 1987. H ulth Johnson. Michell Bea7le:k 1-1 3 In Prisate, In Public: The Prince and Princess of Wales. Alastair Burnet O'Mara (I). 4 His Was: The Unathorized Biog
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

Qualitas collapse highlights need for official receiver The lack of an official receiver in this country has meant that liquidators are not appointed to companies which collapse without assets. MICHAEL ROCHE examines the consequences T HE collapse of Qual- the official liquidato
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hilli1111"" • INTO COURT: David Diamond of Qualitas appearing for the High Court hearing last week

hilli1111"" • INTO COURT: David Diamond of Qualitas appearing for the High Court hearing last week

hilli 1111"" • INTO COURT: David Diamond of Qualitas appearing for the High Court hearing last week appoint an inspector ter a company. He has full investigatory powers and his costs would be met by the Exchequer." The Minister for Industry and Commerce has rarely used his power
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Now everything else is hssstory.

Now everything else is hssstory.

In 1877 Thomas Alva Edison made history with the invention of the Phonogram. Unfortunately it was history with a little too much hiss. Next came a variety of improvements, Monograms, Stereograms, Reel to Reels, Cassettes—but no real breakthrough. At least not until now, with the
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Keeping up with technology

Keeping up with technology

IRISH TV Rentals has a wide range of new television models, all of which are capable of receiving channels on both the cable and satellite systems. In addition, its flat screen televisions increase picture clarity because of less distortion and less on screen reflection. Combine
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'111114111 00111.1111.111U111 OM. ain •I 0 MOM VIM • THE PHILIPS CD ISO midi system features • record player turntable,

'111114111 00111.1111.111U111 OM. ain •I 0 MOM VIM • THE PHILIPS CD ISO midi system features • record player turntable,

tuner/ amplifier, five band graphic equaliser, cassette deck plus a Philips compact disc player.
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rates etc

rates etc

The adequacy of the funding of a pension plan should be tested periodically over the future years of a Plan. EMBLAZONED upon a towering billboard on the edge of the townhouse development at Morehampton Square in Dublin are the words, "Sorry! All sold." The "apology" is made with
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland