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Truce Talks Recess Brings Lull UNITED Nation s naval vessels and aircraft kept up the war in Korea yesterday in

Truce Talks Recess Brings Lull UNITED Nation s naval vessels and aircraft kept up the war in Korea yesterday in

the interlude in the cease-fire negotiations. Warships bombarded enemy troops and supply lines along the east coast, while the planes made normal expeditions daily into Communist territory. There is an uneasy lull over the battlefront. The Eighth Army reported only patrol activi
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WitZerS Bargains In ODDMENTS

WitZerS Bargains In ODDMENTS

WitZe rS Bargains In ODDMENTS No Post Orders • Approbation For perioned shoppers only flue Deer• are to exceptional (bat a speedy dearascr is certain. An aids vi. is. Mentor* strongly advised. SWITZER & CO
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
220 Lenwootow (T. R. Rime). 3. 7-1

220 Lenwootow (T. R. Rime). 3. 7-1

Also Engaged--Country Life. Onnen and Silver Gate. each 10-0: Meski. Noon and °cache, each 9-4: Soiontaa. 9-1 ; Maher Maharatta, Le Frown, Merry Month. Hoy- lake. Noemar. Witton, BST Bye U. d'Or 11. Speed Test and Tornil. each 8-8 ; Safety Belt. 8-5 Three Cheers. 8-4; Deviation
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASCOT RETURNS

ASCOT RETURNS

2.o—Roadyn 2-Y.-0. Stakes (61.) OLYMPIC, ch. c.. by Big Game— Fortunedale IMrs. H. Coriat). 9-1, G. Richards (13/8 1.1 1; Globe of Unlit. 8-9 D. Smith 15/1). 2; Indicate, 8.9. N. Sellwood (7,2), 3. Also-8 Faubourg IL 100/7 Neasden Lane, Boy David, 100/6 Babbler, 20 Rising Magic.
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCTIC PRINCE LAME

ARCTIC PRINCE LAME

W. Stephenson, trainer of Arc* Prince, favourite in the Festival of Britain Stabs at Ascot on Saturday. said yesterday:— " There was an muse for the horse's deft*, for when he returned to Royston he was found to be Mme and very we t hiked , on his near foreleg"
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAZE RACES SAT. 28th July ULSTER DERBY FIRST RACE 2.30 p.m. LAST RACE 5. 5 p.m. TRAIN SERVICE: 9 a.m.

MAZE RACES SAT. 28th July ULSTER DERBY FIRST RACE 2.30 p.m. LAST RACE 5. 5 p.m. TRAIN SERVICE: 9 a.m.

depart Dublin—arrive Maze 11.45 a.m. 6.15 p.m. depart Maze—arrive Dublin 9.25 p.m. CATERING Toe odor web for Members !PAW fa MIY eseloseres. Meselers mono Tables Alb tie ULS/Vit 111INU CO, LTD., to THUD& DAY. nth lets. Taghow No. 24/“. Used Ad/Wales amnia Ran Cara. 1/• deck Ids
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
French Filly Takes Irish Oaks

French Filly Takes Irish Oaks

By Our Rains Correspondent. POR the second year in succeulon a the Irish Oaks went to a filly trained in France, when, at the Curragh. on Saturday. M. le Comte de Chambure's Djebellica, brilliantly ridden by C. Smoke. got the better of Major D. McCalmont's Irish One Thousand Gui
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINAL EFFORT.

FINAL EFFORT.

A furlong out Queen of Sheba looked an assured winner, but Smirke was hard at work on pjebellica and drew level at the distance. Holmes tried hard to keep queen of Sheba going, but she was tiring rapidly, and a final strong effort by Smirke gained that jockey his second Irish cl
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEPRECHAUNS INNINGS POSTPONED BY RAIN .

LEPRECHAUNS INNINGS POSTPONED BY RAIN .

Torrential rain Mouant the flit day's plaY in the Leprechauns v. British Army (Northern Ireland Division) match to ji pre mature Cad at Newtownperk House. Black rock. Senaday. two hours' play being lost. The Army team tota.,ed 177. and rain Demented the Leprechauns beginning the
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Huff of Arklow Wins Cruisers' Race WITH sailing conditions perfect in the bay on Saturday, yachtsmen and visitors enjoyed a

Huff of Arklow Wins Cruisers' Race WITH sailing conditions perfect in the bay on Saturday, yachtsmen and visitors enjoyed a

very pleasant afternoon at the Royal Irish Yacht Club's annual regatta Mr. F. Fitzgibbon was officer of the Day, assisted by Mt. J..A Magauran animas I. Gum 2.30). Finish:— Huff of Arklow. R. D. Heard (sal 4h. 35m. 19a.: Brynoth Dm). C. J. W. Richardsoa (141. 4-1625; Fingal (2nd
23 July 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland