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MOVING CEREMONY

MOVING CEREMONY

The tragic incident which happened in 1940 when the "St. Patrick" was bombed as she plied between Rosslace and Fohguard, was recalled in an impressive and moving ceremony during the course of last Widay's crossing. Very impressed with the ceremony which involved the recitation o
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Ross golf

Ross golf

SPEAKING at New Ross Golf Club's Captain's dinner in the Five Counties Hotel on Friday night, the chairman of the Urban Council, Mr. Jim Walsh, who was a guest, suggested that the club might contribute £l,OOO towards the employment of a full-time development officer for the area
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
`Buy Irish' campaign

`Buy Irish' campaign

A 'BUY campaign could save the country up to £l5 million claimed Margaret Dooobue, one of the young weaken at the Fianna Fail Youth Conference held in the Talbot Hotel on Sunday. Miss Donohue from the Screen/ Curracloe Cumann spoke out strongly spinet the failure of the Present
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
GOREY

GOREY

On Monday, 31st October, some of our marshes attended Camolin's Hallowe'en Party. Noel D'Arcy and Marie Cullen won first prize in the fancy dress. On Frida,y, 4th November, we held a New Members' Night. There was plenty of fun and games alter the meeting which helped along by In
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Experts will discuss meal-feeding for livestock producers

Experts will discuss meal-feeding for livestock producers

The high cost of meal feeding for livestock producers this winter, coupled with very low profit margins, has prompted Mr. Paul Kinsella, Chairman of the Wexford District of 1.F.A., to hold a special public meeting to disc= the economy of "Farm Milling and Mixing for Livestock Fe
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 

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Well-known Bannow jockey weds

Well-known Bannow jockey weds

A VERY colourful wedding took place in the Church of Mary Immaculate and St. Joseph, Garrig-on-Bannow last Friday when John White, son of John and Kathleen White, The Farm House, Bannow, was married to Clare Roche, daughter of Liam and May Roche, LaCkiin7 Eustace, Mm., Enniscort
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM WALSH—Third Mniyerury—in loving memory of my dw Mem, Mary, late of Sallyhack. R.I.P. A day of remembrance silently

IN MEMORIAM WALSH—Third Mniyerury—in loving memory of my dw Mem, Mary, late of Sallyhack. R.I.P. A day of remembrance silently

kept, . . .
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR MEDICAL CARDS

FOR MEDICAL CARDS

Dab d *Whey for medical cards supplied by the South-Eastern Health Board were moldered inadequate by Gorey Town Commissioners at but week's meeting and they are so seek more detailed information. Gokkaises presonted io tee um* 14 she ionise d eesdical au* Saud: Oros boom (a) pog
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
charge

charge

the order returning accused for trial at the moment. He would remand him on continuing bail in his own bond of £lOO and ooe independent bond of £5,000 to Wexford Court on Wednesday to allow Mr. McEvoy to take instructions from the Director of Public Prosecuti the matter Public P
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
9.00 NEWS/WEATHER

9.00 NEWS/WEATHER

9.25 KNOTS LANDING 'The Rose and the Briar' Lilimae falls victim to a con-man; Val fends Gary to Abbey to a father's night at school.
18 November 1983 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland