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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Thailand phase of CARAT exercise series underway

Capt. Michael McNamara, dental officer on the staff of Commander, Logistics Group Western Pacific, coaxes a 7-year-old Thai student to open her mouth while a Royal Thai Navy nurse translates. The Dental Civil Action Project (DENCAP) was performed at the Ban Yai Chan School during the Thailand phase of exercise Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT), which began June 30. For more on the CARAT exercises and community projects, please turn to pages 5 and 16. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Journalist Joseph Krypel)

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City looks at traffic management with a view for change

Residents vote overwhelmingly in favor of air-con bus service

Pattaya’s longstanding traffic woes may soon be over if the new city administration gets its way. A review of a research project was presented at a meeting with Prof Dr Thawatchai Laosirihongtong, director of the traffic research and development department at the King Mongkut Institute of Technology, and research officers last Thursday morning.

Prof Dr Thawatchai revealed that a survey conducted among passengers showed that 98 percent were satisfied with the air-con bus service, whereas two percent favored the Songtaew (baht bus) Cooperative.

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NEWS

Chonburi slated for industrial export hub


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Stone City opens for landscaping needs

Those wishing to decorate their home gardens, offices or restaurants using natural and carved stones now have a wide range to choose from with the opening of Stone City.

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FEATURES

Judy Hoppe installed as Centennial President of the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya

Cher was there, so was John Travolta, Aretha Franklyn, Marilyn Monroe and a host of other American stars - or at least, their impersonators.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Congratulations were in order for the newly married couple, Mr. Apichart Photnetrakhom and his bride Miss. Amanda Leigh Plesa from U.S.A who celebrated their wedding at Cattleya Ballroom the Montien Hotel, Pattaya. They were joined by family, friends and well-wishers.

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SPORTS

A youthful Leicester University trounce Pattaya Panthers 64 - 14

A jet lagged and hung over Leicester University squad arrived at Shenanigans on Saturday morning with slightly less enthusiasm than they did the night before. They were loaded, very delicately, into Songtaews (baht buses) and transferred to the grounds. The venue, as ever, was Horseshoe Point and as always the facilities and service were superb.

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