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2 SPECIAL NOTICES BOWLERS Late June Early Hotel, WE ARE FAMOUS RESTAURANT Carrigart, Co Donegal THE EGLINTON HOTEL FOR MORE

2 SPECIAL NOTICES BOWLERS Late June Early Hotel, WE ARE FAMOUS RESTAURANT Carrigart, Co Donegal THE EGLINTON HOTEL FOR MORE

THAN CAMDEN featuring indoor heated Come to the Salthill Festival pool, squash. tennis, 26th June-sth July and the FLAGS AT Camden Street billiards, golf, sandy Galway Races, 27th July-lst LISCANNOR beaches, magnificent August. Come to the West scenery. Until 10th July and stay
June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EURO-GUIDE

THE EURO-GUIDE

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June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TODAY: Dublin Cork Ilelfost

TODAY: Dublin Cork Ilelfost

June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLS

WILLS

• A company director, Francis Cassidy of Swords, Co Dublin, who died in March 1985, left net estate of £352,096. Ruth Fritzwede from Fermoy in Co Cork, who died last March, left £303,074. Blooma Sieff of 38 Orwell Road in Rathgar, who died in November 1986 left £162,707. Brigid
June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Corti „gin im

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June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• GOING DOWN: Limerick's Ger Hegarty takes a tumble after becoming entangled with Cork's Jim Cashman in the drawn Munster championship semi-final meeting of the two teams a fortnight ago. The sides replay today in Thurles.

• GOING DOWN: Limerick's Ger Hegarty takes a tumble after becoming entangled with Cork's Jim Cashman in the drawn Munster championship semi-final meeting of the two teams a fortnight ago. The sides replay today in Thurles.

the deportment of some Cork players. The absurd timing of the US junket did not help Cork. And goodish Cork teams can generally be relied upon to give patchy, and even jejune, performances in their opening games. Years like '53. '56. '66 and '77 spring to mind from amongst a mul
June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A US U 2 fan pictured by Donna DeCesare More and more, he is retreating to what for him is

A US U 2 fan pictured by Donna DeCesare More and more, he is retreating to what for him is

the centre of it all, the writing. "I've withdrawn to that, I'm in complete control of that." It is arguable whether he is in complete control of his stage performances, electrifying to his fans. The way he describes them, he starts cool and then, depending on audience reaction,
June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Leg-oh! DANCE

Leg-oh! DANCE

DIANA TAPUN Reviewed The Irish National Ballet in the Peacock It is one of the most disturbingly satisfying works in the company's repertory. Sheffield's innocent roughness, Yetter's almost ruthless calm and control and Vermeer's hot and cold sexuality infused the work with a se
June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
20 1444 maw CRITICS CHOICE CINEMA

20 1444 maw CRITICS CHOICE CINEMA

1444 CRITICS CHOICE CINEMA TWENTY-FIVE years after Sean Connery introduced the suave secret agent, James Bond, to moviegoers in Dr No, the long-running series continues this week with the release of the 15th 007 movie, The Living Daylights. This time Timothy Dalton (above) takes
June 28, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland