Vol. XI No. 34
Friday August 22 - August 28, 2003

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Thousands the world over mourn the loss of Father Ray

Legendary priest was beloved father to thousands of children, caring brother and friend to all

As the news of the passing of one of Pattaya’s true icons spreads throughout the international media, nowhere is his passing felt more than in his adopted home, Pattaya. This man of God has touched the lives of many, given hope to the hopeless, provided shelter for the homeless, and was one of the world’s rare individuals, a man who has truly left a legacy, proving that one man indeed can make a difference. Although mere words cannot begin to express the way he has forever changed literally thousands of lives, Pattaya Mail pays tribute to him this week. Rest in peace Father Ray, you will be missed.

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18-wheeler truck slams into tour bus and motorbikes

Break failure blamed for horrendous crash, causing eight injuries

Eight people were injured and 10 vehicles received heavy damages after an 18-wheel truck’s brakes failed and rammed into a bus and motorcycles at the intersection of Sukhumvit and North Pattaya roads on Friday afternoon.

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Navy plants trees in honour of HM the Queen’s Birthday


Rotary says Thank You

Mayor awarded the Paul Harris fellow

The outgoing president of the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya, Bruno Keller and his wife Erika, organised a fellowship-party at the Art Caf? to say thank you to all the members and especially to members of the community who have worked hard throughout the years to help the underprivileged and the needy.

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The legends of the Pattaya Palace Hotel

Following reports that the Pattaya Palace Hotel, located on Beach Road between Soi 5 and Soi 6, Pattaya’s once proud landmark would soon be brought back to life, this Pattaya Mail reporter, having lived here for almost 30 years did some research and was able to locate some of the significant personalities that were instrumental in the operations of the world renowned hotel, the likes of which would seldom to be found again in our fair city resort.

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HRH Princess Soamsawali graciously presided over the presentation of the RGP Family Rally trophies to the winners of this charity function. Pratana Manomaiphiboon, chief financial officer of the Royal Garden Resort Co., Ltd., presented the funds raised from this event to the Princess in support of the Thai Red Cross project: “To help save a child from AIDS”. Royal Garden Plaza Pattaya organized this charity family rally to commemorate HM the Queen’s birthday.

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Aussie Jeff Wylie posts round of the day to win A Flight

Everyone likes Laem Chabang, after all it is the prettiest golf course on the Eastern Seaboard, it’s a Jack Nicklaus designed course and it is so green it could be an import from the Emerald Isles. How do they get the grass so green? Unfortunately it is also the costliest around, with only a special price during the ‘Off Season’ on a Tuesday when most of the regulars play it.

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