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Festival off to great start 



Thousands of people turned out along the parade route Monday night to witness one of the finest ever put together in 
this city. Among the award-winning floats entered was the one put together by the Knights of Columbus, Council 
1935, featuring a replica of a sailing vessel. The group won the Recognition Prize for its efforts. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



Cool temperatures did not deter the crowds who were 
out in full force Monday to enjoy Canada Day 
celebrations. 

The Canada Day/Silver Jubilee parade wound its way 
through downtown Monday evening with only a few 
minor glitches, most notably in the pacing department. 

But while spectators had to crane their necks to see 
when the next float was coming, the mood was one of 
general excitement when it finally did arrive. 

Green Thumb Landscaping won the overall prize for 
their entry; the float also won die best commercial float 
category. 

The recognition prize went to a float put together by 
Knights of Columbus 1935, featuring a replica of a 
sailing vessel; while Reynald Levcsque captured top 
prize in the motorcycle category. 

The latter contingent was also not without its 
problems, as one of the motorcycles needed a jumpslart to 
get going after stalling near the comer of Main and St. 
Patrick streets. 

Les Etincelles de Maria were named best majorettes; 
and the visiting Moncton Police Department took home a 
prize for the best horse and rider. 

Classic cars were a highlight of the parade, with 
Nelson Morrison of Bathurst taking top honors in that 
category; and finally, the top clown award went to Ron 
Christie, also known as Cou-Cou the Clown, who has 
won numerous awards in the past, including Top Clown 



in Canada. 

The spectators who had converged on Causeway Park 
to watch the parade were not quick to leave once the 
procession came to an end; as soon as darkness fell, 
$10,600 worth of fireworks were set off behind Corona- 
lion Park, with the Causeway again being a favorite 
vantage point. 

But those who stayed soon paid the price, as traffic 
moved slowly in and around the downtown area while 
thousands of satisfied customers headed home. 

The 1991 Silver Jubilee Festival has only just begun, 
however. 

Among the activities still to come are the Miss 
Bathurst Pageant, this evening Wednesday at 7 p.m. in 
the Bathurst High School Theatre; and on Friday, the 
ever-popular hoedown will feature the music of the Good 
Ol' Boys, from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. 

At the same time, the Bathurst Curling Club Summer 
Swing 1991 will feature the Calnans, while Donnie and 
the Monarchs travel from Saint John, N.B. to the Bathurst 
Arena for a 50s and 60s extravaganza. 

From even farther afield come Canadian rockers 
Trooper, backed up by Maritime music legend Matt 
Minglewood. Both acts will perform at Causeway Park 
next Sunday, with tickets available both in advance and at 
the park. 

Other events are listed, along with dates, limes and 
locations, in the 1991 Silver Jubilee Festival program. 



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Vol. .8, No. 27 




BATHURST, NEW BRUNSWICK. WEDNESDAY, July 3. 1991 



60' Tax Inc. 






Hornibrook seeks PC nod 



A Progressive Conservative candi- 
date will seek the Nepisiguit-Chaleur 
nomination for the upcoming provin- 
cial election. 

Robert Hornibrook, a local entre- 
preneur and recently-elected vice- 
president of the Nepisiguit-Chaleur 
Progressive Conservative Associa- 
tion, announced his intention to seek 
the PC nomination in a press confer- 
ence Tuesday. 

A Janeville resident who has been 
a member of the Nepisiguit-Chaleur 
riding for the past 18 years. Mr. 
Hornibrook is co-owner of Fleet 
Really, president of Robert Horni- 
brook Enterprises Ltd., and owner of 
Main and King Convenience. 

Mr. Hornibrook is seeking the 
Legislature seal held by Liberal 
MLA and Speaker of the House 
Frank Branch. 

He has received the full support of 
Leo Cormier, past-president of (he 
Nepisiguit-Chaleur PC Association, 




who himself had recently been con- 
sidering the possibility of seeking the 
nomination. The nominating conven- 
tion is expected to be scheduled 
sometime in August. 

Mr. Cormier ciled family commit- 
ments as the prime motivator behind 
his decision to pass on ihe flag to Mr. 
Hornibrook. 

At Tuesday's press conference, 
Mr. Cormier said he will support Mr. 
Hornibrook in order to ensure "a 
return to democracy in Nepisiguit- 
Chaleur." 

"I am totally disappointed in what I 
have seen take place in the last 18 
years I've been living (here)," Mr. 
Hornibrook told reporters. 

Mr. Branch, who won the Liberal 
nomination at a convention last May, 
has represented Nepisiguit-Chaleur 
in Ihe legislature since 1970. 

Mr. Hornibrook feels the province 
is in need of change, and Nepisiguit- 
Chaleu in particular is in need of 
better representation. 

"The arrogance has got to go," he 
said, adding one way to accomplish 
that is to elect an MLA who will 
listen and respond to the needs of the 
riding, including the rural areas. 

The "desperate, terrible condition" 



of rural roads is one priority Mr. 
Hornibrook hopes to address. 

If premier Frank McKenna prefers 
to wait until the completion of a 
four-lane Trans-Canada Highway, he 
"may as well give us horses and 
wagons," Mr. Hornibrook said, be- 
cause that will soon be ihe only way 
for rural New H runs wickers to travel. 

Health care problems and abu..c of 
the welfare system are also priority 
items, as is reversing what Mr. 
Hornibrook sees as a trend toward 
emply promises of job crealion. 

"There's liulc ip be said in a 
positive direction in the past four 
years about the McKenna govern- 
ment in Nepisiguit-Chaleur," he said. 

Mr. Hornibrook feels many consti- 
tuents share his views, and believes 
"they will see the merits of what I'm 
saying (despite) my deficiency in 
both official languages." 

He was quick to note, .however, 
that he understands French, end-plans 
to study toward becoming fluently 
bilingual "as soon as possible." 

"My objective is to serve the 
people, no matter if they are French 
or English," he said, adding, "I'm not 
in this race to see how close I can get 
to Frank Branch; I'm in it to win." 



Long weekend quiet 



Bob Hornibrook 



The Canada Day weekend was a 
quiet one in the city of Bathursi, at 
least for the Bathurst City Police 
Department. 

"It was pretty good; there was 
nothing major at all," a police spokes- 
man told The Northern Light this 
morning Wednesday. 

"There was more traffic lhan lasi 
year," he added referring to ihe 
congestion caused by revelers trying 
to head home after Monday's parade 



and fireworks display. 

Traffic moved slowly through 
downtown streets and along major 
arteries, forcing motorists to spend a 
liulc more lime in their vehicles than 
they may have planned. 

On the whole, though, this holiday 
weekend was about the same as pasl 
years, in terms of incidents arising 
from Canada Day festivities, the 
spokesman said. 










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Kimberly Keoughan 



Cathy Pitre 



Miss Bathurst chosen tonight 



Many hours of practice later, eight contestants are 
finally ready to seek the title of Miss Bathurst 1991. 

"Now they're at the stage where they want to just 
put on the show," organizer Diana Case said in an 
interview last week. 

The show is set for tonight Wednesday, at 7 p.m. in 
the Bathurst High School theatre. Tickets are $8 in 
advance and at the door. 

The event will open with a dance number to the 
tune of Janet Jackson's Escapades. 

A casual wear fashion show will follow, featuring 
clothing from several local retailers. 

The girls will also model furs from Frank's Furs in 



what Ms. Case called "a unique little number." 

Susan Richard, Miss Bathurst 1989, will crown the 
winner. 

Ms. Case was mum on further details, preferring to 
retain an element of surprise. 

In the running for the crown arc Miss Slothart 
Toyota Chantal Guiiard, Miss Bayside Chrysler- 
Dodge Kim Vicnncau, Miss Canadian Tire Marie- 
Claire Boulay, Miss Bathursi Honda Shannon Scott, 
Miss Frank's Furs Gactanc Hachey, Miss Bowlar- 
ama Rhonda Riordan, Miss Northern Light Kimberly 
Keoughan, and Miss Irving Car Wash Cathy Pitre. 




A WINNING SMILE 

Miss Bay of Chalcur 1991 Christine Doucet (centre), being hugged by fellow contestants immediately after 
claiming the title June 26 at the Petit Rocher Arena. The 17 year-old Petit Rocher resident is the daughter of Robert and 
Alma Doucet. The pageant was held in conjunction with Festival des Rameurs. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

High winds fan farm fire 



A downshore fire took all of 40 
minutes to level five buildings last 
weekend. 

"That tells you how fast things 
happened," said New Bandon- 
Salmon Beach Fire Department chief 
Ernie Scott 

Mr. Scott blamed the combination 
of the proximity of the buildings, and 
ihe high winds for the swift destruc- 
tion Saturday's fire inflicted on the 
property of Douglas and Mary 
Knowles of Clifton. 

The family lost its home, a bam,' 
and three sheds, as well as eight head 
of cattle, a horse, a dog and a pig, Mr. 
Scott said. 

Firefighters were called to the 
scene at about 1:25 p.m. 



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The fire started when the Know- 
les' son, Steven, was doing some 
welding near the bam, Mr. Scott said. 

A nearby bale of hay caught fire, 
and, despite Steven's best efforts, 
"within seconds, the barn was on 
fire." 

The New Bandon-Salmon Beach 
firefighters responded in full force, 
with two trucks, 30 men and 20,000 
gallons of water; while on their way 
to the scene, Mr. Scott radioed to the 
St. Anne Volunteer Fire Department, 
which arrived with two back-up 
vehicles and eight men. 

"I knew we had a big one," he 
noted. 

Three trucks and two water bom- 
bers from the Department of Natural 
Resources and Energy were also 
called in to deal with spotfires in 
nearby woods. 

The firefighters concentrated their 
attention on attempting to save the 
family home, bul with wind gusts as 
strong as 43 kilometres an hour, the 
fire quickly became too much to 
handle. 

The total estimate of damage had 
not been compiled as of Tuesday, but 
Mr. Scott said il is within the six-digit 
range. 



Firefighters fought the blaze until 
the early evening, with some mem- 
bers remaining al the scene until 
midnight. 

"They did all they could," Mr. 
Scott said. 

Meanwhile, a community effort 
has been organized to raise money to 
help the Knowles family. 

A July 13th music night will be 
held at ihe Chrisl Chui 1. Hall in 
Clifton al 7:30 p.m., wit. an open 
offering to be used for the purchase of 
musical instruments to replace those 
lost in the fire. 

The fire destroyed such items as 
guitars, mandolins and two valuable 
violins, a spokesman for ihe effort 
said. 

July 14th will see another open 
offering at an ecumenical church 
service at Central United in Clifton at 
3 p.m. 

A pork barbecue will take place 
Aug. 14, from aboul 5 p.m. lo 7 p.m., 
with a location to be announced later. 
All proceeds will go lo the Knowles 
family. 

Monetary donations may also be 
made through the three downshore 
churches, and official receipts will be 
issued, the spokesman said. 



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Deputy chief chosen soon 

With any luck, the Bathurst City Police Department will soon have a new 
deputy chief. 

'I would hope by the end of July," chief Lloyd Armstrong said Tuesday 
when asked when a candidate will be chosen. 

The position became available in early May, when deputy chief Eticnnc 
Noel left on sick leave, and it was later learned he would not be returning to 
the force. 

Chief Armstrong said several applications have been received lo fill the 
position, and the competition is now closed. 

From the applications received, a shortlist will be made, followed by the 
interview process in the coming weeks. 



2A The Noithcm Light, Wed., July 3, 1991 



Tunisians' warmth a lasting memory for Robertville girl 



By MICHAEL J. BOURGUIGNON 
Northern Light StiH 

For Linda Hachey of Robertville, a 
recent trip to Tunisia revealed a 
country rife with social ills, but rich 
in charm and culture. 

The 21 -year old Universitd de 
Moncion student travelled to the 
North African nation in January for a 
five-month stay under an agreement 
between the university's school of 
Social Studies and the Tunisian so- 
cial studies institute. 

The working holiday was part of 
her fourth-year studies, and it all 
began simply because she showed an 
interest in the program. 

"1 had been talking about it for two 
years; it wasn't a last minute thing," 
she said in a recent interview with 
The Northern Light. 

"I've always been interested in 
other cultures, and all my friends at 
university are African or Arab; so I 
wanted to go over there and see what 
it was like." 

Linda, the daughter ol Leona and 
Henri Hachey of Robertville, was 
one of four U de M students who 
applied for the Tunisian program, 
which includes an annual visit to 
Moncion from Tunisian students 
studying toward their Master's de- 
cree in Social Studies. 

She left in the beginning of Janu- 
ary, and when she arrived at the 
airport in the capital city of Tunis, she 
and her colleagues were warmly 
welcomed, providing Linda with a 
first impression of the Tunisian peo- 
ple thai would last until her departure 
in May. 



OBITUARY 
Blanche LaPlante 

The death of Mrs. Blanche La- 
Plante of Petit Rocher occurred June 
23, 1991, at George Dumont Hospi- 
tal, Moncion, at the age of 71. 

Bom in Val Bnllant, Que., she was 
a daughter of the late Antoine and 
Genevieve (Gauthier) Roy. 

Other than her husband, Henri 
LaPlante, she is survived by four 
sons, Arscne of Grandby , Raymond 
and Gerald, both of Petit Rocher and 
Dominique of Montreal; four daught- 
ers, Mrs. Felix Boudreau (Victoire) 
of Fredericion, Mrs. Valmont Belli- 
veau (Marie-Reine) of Petit Rocher, 
Laurainc LaPlante of Moncion and 
Mrs. Pierre L. Herault (Juliette) of 
St-Lambert, Que.; and 10 
grandchildren. 

Also surviving are five brothers, 
Antoine of Ontario, Zenon of New 
Carlisle, Renal Jand Rosaire, both of 
Amqui, and Rorilde of Montreal; Md 
three sisters, Mrs. Roger Blanchette 
(Laurette) of Montreal, Mrs. Charle 
Belzile (Rita) and Mrs. Paulo De- 
schenes (Veronique), both of 
Quebec. 

The b^dy rested at Verrel's Fun- 
eral Home, Nigadoo, with funeral 
mass celebrated June 26 at St- 
Polycarpe Church Pelit Rocher. In- 
terment in the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Albert Landry 

The death of Albert Landry, hus- 
band of Murielle Lagacc" of Bercs- 
ford, occurred accidentaly in Bath- 
ursi June 26, 1991. He was 48. 

Born in Robertville, he was the son 
of the late George Landry and 
Thcrcsc Roy. 

Besides his wife and mother, he is 
survived by one daughter, Rachel, 
and two sons, Marc and Denis, all of 
Bcresford; five brothers, Ovide, 
Edouard and Raymond, all of Bcres- 
ford, Magella of Montreal, and Ar- 
thur of Robertville; and six sisters, 
Mrs. Yvette Comcau, Mrs. Marcel 
Chiasson (Jacynthe), and Mrs. 
Rose! la Douce t, all of Balhurst, Mrs. 
Bcnoit Chiasson (Aldcgondc) of 
Robertville, Mrs. Henri Chiasson 
(Lucie) of St. Isidore, and Mrs. Eva 
Landry of Ontario. 

Also surviving is his father-in-law, 
Alphonse Lagacl of Pointe Vcrtc; 
and several nieces and nephews. 

The remains rested at Verrel's 
Funeral Chapel in Nigadoo, with 
funeral mass held June 30 at Holy 
Name of Jesus Church in Bcresford. 
Interment was in the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Constance Hachey 

Constance M. Hachey, 82, of the 
Lion's Nursing Home in Rexton, and 
formerly of Richibuclo, died June 27, 
1991, al the home after a sudden 
illness. 

Born in Balhurst, she was the 
daughter of the late Joseph and 
Elizabeth (Roy) Hachey. 

She is survived by five sisters, Sr. 
Lea Hachey, n.d.s.c., and Mrs. Marie 
White, both of Moncion, Mrs. Larry 
Arscncau (Cccilc) of Montreal, Que., 
Mrs. Hilairc Bridcau (Grace) of 
Bathurst, and Mrs. Richard Comeau 
(Corinne) of Dexter, Mo.; and several 
nieces and nephews. 




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'The warmth of the people is the 
first thing you notice in an Arabic 
country," she said, adding a typical 
meeting of two Arabs of cither sex 
involves a tender display of hugging, 
handshaking and kisses on the check. 

"I was kind of surprised by it." 

A one-month observation program 
marked the beginning of Linda's 
adventure, and it offered her a chance 
to get a feel for the social problems 
she would be studying during her 
stay. 
POVERTY 

Stationed for the remainder of her 
stay in one of the most poverty- 
stricken areas of Tunisia, a country 
with a population of some 22 million, 
she discovered "a multitude of prob- 
lems," affecting the handicapped, the 




Linda Ha ' ey 




She was predeceased by two sis- 
ters, Yvette and Evangeline; and a 
brother, Albert. 

The body was at Thompson's 
Funeral Home in Richibucto, with 
funeral mass celebrated June 29 al St. 
Louis de Gonzague Roman Catholic 
Church in Richibucto. Interment was 
in Aldouane Cemetery. 

OBITUARY 

Sister Agnes Eucharia 

Sister Agnes Eucharia (nee Mary 
Josephine McNeil) of Balhurst died 
June 26, 1991, at Mount Saint Vin- 
cent Motherhpuse in Halifax, N.S., 
after a brief illness. She was 85. 

Bom in Glace 
Bay. N.S., she was 
the daughter of the 
late Neil and Alice 
(Gouthreau) 
McNeil.. 

She entered the 
congregation of 
the Sisters of Char- 
ily in Halifax in 
1923, and made her religious profes- 
sion on April 4, 1926. 

Sister Agnes received her bachelor 
of arts degree from Dalhousie Uni- 
versity and a masters degree in Latin 
from Villanova University. She 
taught in high schools in Glace Bay. 
Bermuda, Halifax and Bathurst, 
where she lived for the past 31 years. 

In Bathurst, Sister Agnes taught at 
LcBlanc and Balhurst High Schools. 
Following her career in school, she 
continued to teach Scripture reflec- 
tion groups, and through her art work 
enhanced the themes of the liturgy 
through the seasons of Christmas and 
Easter cycles at Sacred Heart 
Cathedral. 

Surviving are two sisters, Clara 
(Mrs. Thomas Stcclc) and Margu- 
erite (Mrs. Alex MacDougall), both 
of Glace Bay. She was predeceased 
by four sisters, Lucy, Catherine, 
Anne and Matilda; and three 
brothers, Stephen, James and 
Malcolm. 

The Liturgy of the Resurrection 
was celebrated in the Molhcrhousc 
Chapel June 29. Rev. Anthony 
Mazerolle officiated. Burial was in 
Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Lower 
Sackville. 

How gracefully Sister Agnes 
walked planet earth in the footsteps 
of her Jesus. Steadfast in God's love 
for her, her love for God-and her 

affection for us who were privileged 
to call her friend. 

OBITUARY 
Josephine Drolet-Roy 

The death of Mrs. Josephine 
Drolei-Roy, of 215 Si. Patrick Si. in 
Bathurst, occurred June 30, 1991, at 
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elderly, ihc unemployed and ihc 
uneducated. 

Part of her job was to research 
student problems at the Grades 7 to 9 
level, collecting data through the 
distribution of qucstionaircs. 

Due to a lack of time and the 
general pace of the Tunisian admini- 
strative process, Linda did not get an 
opportunity to conduct interviews 
and complete her research, but her 
work will nonetheless make a 
difference. 

"The results (of the qucstionaircs) 
will help facilitate follow-ups," she 
said, and could lead to the prevention 
of juvenile delinquency cases. 

Apart from her work, one of the 
more prevalent challenges Linda 
faced in Tunisia was the language 
barrier. 

"We were dependent on our (trans- 
lator)," she said, adding some Tuni- 
sians spoke French outside the 
group's work area, but where educa- 
tion was scarce, so was the country's 
second language. 

Lending increased difficulty to the 
experience was the break-out of the 
Persian Gulf War. 

'The war made it tough, being that 
we were in an Arabic country," she 
said. 

'They're a very warm people, and 
they have a knack for forming 
friendly tics; but when the war 
started, they were scared and they 
were frustrated." 

Linda quickly discovered the Tu- 
nisians made ho distinction between 
Americans and Canadians. She was 
suddenly the enemy. 



"There was a lot of verbal abuse, 
because I'm white; I had to stay in the 
house." 

As it turned out, most Tunisians 
also remained indoors for the dura- 
tion of the war, watching the deve- 
lopments on television. 

Then something strange happened. 
The war ended, and suddenly, the 
warmth of the Tunisians shone 
through once again. 

"The day after the war ended, 
everything changed; we were no 
longer enemies," Linda noted, ad- 
ding, "It look me a while to regain the 
confidence I had in the them, but 1 
should have known better." 

On a more upbeat note, Linda's 
slay in Tunisian coincided with the 



country's 30-day festival that is 
roughly the equivalent of Christmas 
in the West. 

For 30 days, the Arabs would do 
nothing all day, gearing up for night- 
lime celebrations. 

RELAXED PACE 

A relaxed pace partly character- 
izes the Tunisian social structure, 
where "they take the time to have a 
cup of coffee." 

To the Tunisians, the most impor- 
tant element of life is family, which 
gave Linda a greater appreciation of 
her own family back home. 

"When I got home five months 
later, I hugged my dad and kissed my 
mom; I was looking around for 
someone to hug." 



Linda's plans now arc to study 
toward her Masters degree in Social 
Studies al U de M; however, the 
Tunisian way of life having rubbed 
off on her, she fully intends lo return 
to the country, not to work but to visit 
the many friends she made. 

She also hopes others her age who 
arc given the opportunity to partake 
in such an experience will not miss 
out on it. 

"It's really worthwhile," she said. 

For all ils cultural, social and 
political differences, Linda summed 
up the country of Tunisia in one 
simple sentence that takes at least 
pan of the mystique out of the Arab 
world: "Flowers grow there in the 
spring, just like they do here." 



Not surprised, but union wants specifics 



A restructuring plan that will sec 
about 100 employees laid off from 
the Bellcdunc smeller comes as no 
surprise lo the union. 

"In this day and age, you expect 
anything at anytime, I guess," said a 
spokesman for Local 708 5 of the 
United Stcclworkers of America, 
which represents unionized workers 
al Brunswick Mining and Smelting's 
lead smelter. 

Smelling vice-president Richard 
Fauchcr announced last week that the 
smelter would undergo a workforce 
reduction that would affect approxi- 
mately 100 employees. 

This restructuring is to be done "in 
an effort to cut costs and meet the 
competition in a period of depressed 
metal prices," Mr. Faucher said in a 



release. 

Lead prices on the global market 
have dropped by 13 cents lo 25 cents 
a pound since lasi year. A recent 
10-month strike at the company's 
mine and smelter further damaged 
Brunswick's ability to compete. 

Local 7085 president Walter 
Gauthier was unavailable for com- 
ment Tuesday, but a union spokes- 
man contacted by The Northern Light 
said a restructuring of some sort had 
been expected. 

However, he indicated some con- 
cern exists about the number of 
employees to be affected. 

While the company is "throwing 
around" a figure of 100 affected 
employees, it is not known how many 
of those represent unionized workers 



and how many are staff personnel. 

"We don't have the final figures," 
the spokesman said. 

Mr. Faucher has been quoted as 
saying unions were advised of the 
upcoming layoffs long before the 
strike ended. 

A majority of the employees who 
will be laid off will be eligible to 
receive early retirement programs, 
Mr. Faucher said in the release. 

The company is offering a mini- 
mum of two weeks salary for each 
year of employment, arid will be 
offered assistance through a special 
outplacement support program, he 
said. 

Once the plan is carried out, about 
400 positions will remain, down from 
about 600 a few years ago. 



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Bom in Hath 
urst, she was the 
daughter of the late 
Alex and Marcel- 
line (LaPlante) 
Doocet 

She was a for- 
mer member of the 
Catholic Women's 
League and the Senior Citizens' 
Club, and was the las' surviving 
member of her immediate family. 

She is survived by two sons. Eldon 
of Bathurst, and Laurent of Montreal, 
Que.,; Two daughters, Mrs. Noel 
Leger (Yvonne) of Richibucto, and 
Mrs. Robert Cusolito (Rita) of 
Tcwksbury, Mass.; eight grandchil- 
dren; and four great-grandchildren. 

Her first husband, Clarence Roy, 
died in 1977. 

The body is resting at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home, with funeral mass to 
be celebrated today Wednesday at 
Holy Family Roman Catholic Church 
beginning at 4 p.m. 
Burial will be in the parish 
cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Jean-Luc Blanchard 

The death of Jean-Luc Blanchard, 
of 1012 Woodland Dr. in Bathurst, 
occurred suddenly at Chaleur Reg- 
ional Hospital June 27, 1991. He was 
70. 

Born in 
Blanchard Settle- 
ment, he was the 
son of the late Ri- 
chard and the late 
Alexandrine 
( M c G r a w ) 
Blanchard. 

He was a mem- 
ber of the Associa- 
tion of Postal Offi- 
cials; a 3rd Degree Knights of Col- 
umbus, Council 1935, in Balhurst; 
and a past director of the Caisse 
Populaire de Balhurst, which he 
served for many years. 

He worked for Canada Post for 35 
years in Tracadie, Moncion, Camp- 
bcllton, Halifax and Bathurst, where 
he retired in 1979. 

Besides his wife, the former Mar- 




guerite Chiasson, he is survived by 
two sons, Pierre of Ottawa, Onu, and 
Andre" of Quebec City, Que.,; two 
daughters, Mrs. Gabriclle Dipnne 
(Marie) of Quebec City and Monique 
of Bathurst; one brother, Alfred of 
Blanchard Settlement; one sister, 
Mrs. Aurclie Poirier of Blanchard 
Settlement; and five grandchildren. 

The body rested at Elhallon's 
Funeral Home, with funeral mass 
celebrated July 1 at Mount Carmel 
Roman Catholic Church in East 
Bathurst. 

Burial was in the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
l.ivain Duclos 

The death of Livain Duclos, of 275 
Church St. in Bathurst, occurred July 
1 , 1 99 1 . at Chaleur Regional Hospital 
following a lengthy illness. He was 
69. 

Bom in Balh- 
urst, he was the son 
of the lateGermain 
and Marie 
(Hcbcrt) Duclos. 

He worked at 
the S tone- 
Consolidated Inc. 
pulp and paper mill 
for 35 years, retiring in 198 1 , and was 
: member of the company's Quarter 
Century Club. 

He served four years overseas in 
World War Two with the North 
Shore Regiment, and was a member 
of the Herman J. Good V.C. Branch 
No. 18 of the Royal Canadian 
Legion. 

After his retirement he did volun- 
teer work al the Foyer Notre Dame de 
Lourdes, and was a member of the 
Senior Citizens' Maple Leaf and 
Bathurst Golden Age Clubs. 

His is survived by his wife, the 
former Caroline Valley; two sons, 
Gilbert of Bathurst, and Normand of 
Nigadoo; and two daughters, Mrs. 
Thcrcse Ouellette of Montreal, Que., 
and Mrs. Gerard Arseneault (Rose- 
marie) of Allardvillc. 

Also surviving were two brothers, 
Edgar and Armand, both of Balhurst; 
four sisters, Mrs. Lena Lavignc, Mrs. 
Clifford Couture (Therese), Mrs. 
Robert E. Aube (Rita), and Mrs. 




Alphonse Duguay (Jeannctte), all of 
Bathurst; one adopted sister, Mrs. 
Denis Chiasson (Shirley) of Ontario; 
nine grandchildren; and five great- 
grandchildren. 

The body is resting al Elhallon's 
Funeral Home, with funeral mass lo 
be celebrated today Wednesday be- 
ginning at 2 p.m. at St. Theresa 
Roman Catholic Church in Balhurst. 
Interment will be in the parish 
cemetery. 

A legion memorial service was 
held at the funeral home Tuesday 
evening. 

OBITUARY 
Felix Boudreau 

The death of Felix Boudreau, 
husband of Simonne Comeau of 
Beresford, occurred at Chaleur Reg- 
ional Hospital June 28, 1991. He was 
71. 

A veteran of 
World War Two, 
he was a member 
of both the Royal 
Canadian Legion 
in Petit Rocher and 
of the Beresford 
Golden Age Club. 

Bom in Beres- 
ford, he was the 
son of the late Maurice Boudreau and 
Azel Anne Aube. 

Besides his wife, he is survived by 
two daughters, Janice of Montreal, 
Que., and Mrs. Michel Paulin (Carole 
Anne) of Caraquet; two sons, Daniel 
of S te-Lou ise, and Rend of La Tuque, 
Que.; one brother, Telesphore of 
Beresford; four sisters, Mrs. Emil- 
ienne Frenetic of Toronto, OnL, and 
Mrs. Clothilde Frenetic, Mrs. Leo 




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Interment was in the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Adrien Lqforest 

The death of Adrien Laforcst, 
husband of Edithe LaPlante of Petit 
Rocher, occurred June 29, 1991 at 
Chaleur Regional Hospital. He was 
68. 

A veteran of World War Two, he 
was a member of the Royal Canadian 
Legion in Petit Rocher. 

Born in Drummond, Victoria 
County, he was the son of the late 
Pierre Laforcst and the late Margu- 
erite Lagac6. 

Besides his wife, he is survived by 
two daughters, Mrs. Ronald 
Arseneault (I. ise) of Petit Rocher, 
and Mrs. Paul Aube (Suzanne) of 
Dieppe; and four sons, Pierre of 
Caraquet, Daniel of Edmundston, 
Denis of Calgary, Alia., and Marc of 
Montreal, Que. 

Also surviving are four brothers, 
Wilfred of Perth. N.B.. Adolphe of 
Maine, Wilmer of Ottawa, One, and 
Adjuster of Grand Falls; two sisters, 
Mrs. Annie Theriault of Grand Falls, 
and Mrs. Fabien Plourde (Hilda) of 
Edmundston; and eight 
grandchildren. 

The remains rested at Verret's 
Funeral Chapel in Nigadoo, with 
funeral mass held July 2 at St- 
Polycarpe Church in Petit Rocher. 
Interment was in the parish cemetery. 



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ESN grads told to plan 
their future carefully 



The Northern Light. Wed., July 3, 1991 3A 



The 302 Ecole Secondaire Nepisi- 
guil graduates owe their success to 
their parents and teachers. 

That was the message from vale- 
dictorian Lisa R. Doucet daughter of 
Ronald and Delcia Doucel of Bercs- 
ford, at the June 28 graduation cere- 
monies toeld in the Petit Rochcr 
Arena. 

"You are an important part of our 
lives, and it is amongst you that we 
want to receive the key to the future 
and share this moment," she told the 
teachers and parents among the 



"Parents, it is thanks to your support and 
encouragement that we have achieved our 
goal. It is our duty to thank you from the 
bottom of our hearts." 




Lise R. Doucet 



crowd of some 2,000 participants. 

"Parents, it is thanks to your 
support and encouragement that we 
have achieved our goal," she said. 

"It is our duty to thank you from 
the bottom of our hearts." 

As for the teachers. Lisa referred to 
them as having been like parents to 
the students. 

"It is for that reason that we will do 
our best to follow the right path: the 
path of peace, happiness and 
success." 

Success, she noted, lies in an 
uncertain future; but as the 1991 
graduation theme implies, it is a time 
to watch Our Dreams Become 
Reality. 

"The past cannot be changed; as 
for the present, we just have to live it 
by the moment," she said, adding, 
"We have a chance to plan our 
future." 

"Plan it carefully, because it is our 
only chance for success." 

The guest speaker, former 
Nigadoo-Chalcur MLA Pierre Go- 
din, claimed to have realized one of 
his dreams as he addressed the 
graduates. 

"For the past 1 3 years, having been 



your only francophone and Acadian 
MLA in the Chalcur region, I have 
dreamed of being invited to address a 
graduating class," he said. 

'Today, as I speak to you, I realize 
that dream has become reality." 

However, he reminded the gradu- 
ates they cannot live by dreams alone, 
even though reality cannot always be 
lived to one's tastes and desires. 

"What's important in life is to 
achieve goals, to set a course, to 
follow an ideal," he said. 

"It's to grow little by little, and to 
wake up one day to realize that our 
dreams have become reality." 

"What I wish for you today is that 
your mdst cherished dreams be real- 
ized in the course of your lives; but 
you have to work hard to obtain 
results." 




Ecole Secondaire Ncpisiguit grads making their entrance at the Petit Rocher Arena Friday night, en route to picking 
up their diplomas. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



Plenty of incentive to further studies 



ESN graduates 302 

Diplomas were presented to 302 Ecole Secondaire Nepisiguit graduates, 
during ceremonies held June 28 in the Petit Rocher arena. 

The following is a list of the graduates, with the letter H appearing next to 
the names of those who graduated with honors. The letter E appears next to the 
names of the four students who graduated with excellence. 



ALBERT, Jeao-Fraacoai 
ARSENAULT. Nidine 
ARSENEAU. Ami* D. 
ARSENEAU, Jaaoa 
ARSENEAU. Kevin 
ARSENEAU. Luc F. 
ARSENEAU. Nucy 
ARSENEAU. Richard 
ARSENEAULT. Denka 
AUBE. Chart* 
A':BK, Mvpni 
AUBE. Robert 
AUBE, Stephanie 
AUBIE. Michelle 
AUOET. Carole 
AUOER. Steve (H) 
BASQUE. Ranee 
BASQUE. Stcvea 
BEAUCHESNE. Audnc (H) 
BEAUDOIN. Nathalie 
BELLIVEAU. Michel 
BENOTT, Nadine 
BERNARD. Ann* 
1HRTO*. Manon (H) 
BLACKBURN. Ouy 
B1ANCIIARD. babelle 1 
BLANCHARD. Nathalie 
BOUCHER. Eric 
BOUCHER, O.il A. 
BOUCHER. Judy Ann 
BOUCHER, Nathalie 
BOUCHER, Pauline L 
BOUCHER. Sophie 
BOUDREAU, Daoii MA 
BOUDRBAU, Dei,,. R. (H) 
BOUDREAU. Eric P. 
BOUDREAU. Kevin 
BOUDREAU, Mare E 
BOUDREAU. Marc R. 
BOUDREAU, Michel A. (H) 
BOUDREAU. Philippe A. 
BOUDREAU, Pier 
BOUDREAU, Rani R. (H) 
BOUDREAU, Sara* & 
BOUDREAU. Sophia C. 
BOUDREAU, Sylvain 
BOUDREAU, Venn 
BOURQUE, Rejeac L (H) 
BOYLE. Cynthia 
BREAU. Michel 
BRIDEAU. Claude 

BRIDEAU. Norben 
BRIDEAU. Pauletle 
BRYAR, Law 
BRYAR. Paulina 
BUJOLD, Dank* 

BUJOLD, Daniel 
BUTT, Stephanie (E) 
CAISSIE, Michael 
CANUEL, Slephane 
CAZA, Chan jl 
CHAMBERLAIN. Danii P. 
CHAREST. Ser.e 

C10ASSON, Eric R. 
CIIIASSON, Martina A. 
ClflASSON. Roaar L 
CIOASSON, Yannick 
CHRISTIE, Tiny. 
COMEAU, Alain A. 
COMEAU. Denii P. 
COMEAU. Izabel (H) 
COMEAU, Nathalie D. 

COMEAU, Rohan A 
COMEAU, Sophia I (H) 
COMEAU, Staphane R. 
CORMIER, Alain 
CORMIER, Mario L 
CORMIER, Rani P. 
COTE, Anik 

CRUTCHFIELD, Dawn (H) 
CYR. Gerard 

DAIOLE, Nathalie O. (H) 
DAKJLB, Sylvia O. 
DAIOLE, Sylvia L 
DAVID, Lock 
DBORACE, Julia (H) 
DBORACE, Rachel 
DBORACE. Randy 
DBSCHENES. Prancoii 
DRSII.VA. Ouy 
DESIARDINS, Chanlal (II) 
DBSROSIERS, Denil 
DOIRON. Annie A. (K) 
DOIRON. Annie S. 
DOSTTB, Veronique 
DOUCET, Alain O. 
DOUCET, Amk A (H) 
DOUCET, Carole 
DOUCET, Chmuan L 
DOUCET, DM 
DOUCET. Eric H. 



DOUCET. Erika P 
DOUCET. Prmncoii V 
DOUCET. LM R 
DOUCET, Lynn A (H) 
DOUCET, Melanic R. 
DOUCET, Monique R 
DOUCET, Rani 
DOUCET, Rene S. 
DOUCET. Rfco 
DOUCET. Slephane R. (H) 
DOUCET, Yvaa O. 
DOUCET, Yvoo 
DUOUAY, Chanul C. 
DUO U AY, M-Janie 
DUOUAY. Sophia 
DUOUAY, Staphane A 
DUOUAY, Yvaa L. 

DUMAS, l.yne 
DUPONT. Manm (H) 
PERRON, Nedine S. (H) 
POURNER. Keith 
FRENETTE. Andre O. 
PRENETTE. Panto (H) 
PRRNETTF., Uaballa 
KRENETTE, Marc 0. (H) 
PRENETTE, Serge R. 
PRENETTE. Simon 
PRENETTE, Slephane 
FRENETTE, Slephane A. 
OAONON, Eric (E) 
OAONON, Ranee (H) 
GALLANT, Michel E 
OAUTHJER, Lucia 
GAUTHIER, Ricky 
OAUTIflER. Sophie 
OAUTHIER. Suzanne 
OAUVIN. Daw 
OAUVTN. Gmo 

OERVAIS, Liene 
OIONET, Denii 
OIONET, Nadine 
(WARD, Saiha (H) 
OODIN. Anik (H) 
OODIN. Brian 
OODIN, Caroline 
OODIN. Danica 
OODIN. Julie O. (H) 
OODIN, Julie L 
OODIN. Michel J. 
OODIN. Michelle C. 
OODIN, Nadav C. 
OODIN. Serwtien 
OORAL, Steven 
GUIONARD, Daniel 
OU10NARU Janie 
OUFTARD. Stephanie 1. 
GUTTARD, Chantal S. 
OUITARD, Dannie 
OLTTARD, Mire- Andr. 
OUITARD, Nadine N. 
OUITARD, Rachel 
OUITARD, Ranee 
HACHE. Aaaia O. 
HACHK. Francoii L 
HACHE, Frederick 

HACHE, Oina (H) 
HACHK, Michele (H) 
HACHB, Mania O. 
HACHE. Nathalie R. 
HACHE. Sophia P. 
HACHE, Yvai 
HACHEY, Jeannot 
HACHEY. Lba 
HACHBY. Rickey 
HACHEY, Sophie E. 
HACHEY. Sophie O 
HALL, Eric 
HEBERT, lean-Luc 
HEBERT. Raymonde S 
HEBERT, Suva (H) 
HUDON, Vemon 
KENNAH, Julie (H) 
LAOACE, Chantal 
LAOACB, Eric 
LAOACE, Manon I 
I AOACE. Manon R. 
LAOACB, Michel I. 
LAOACB, M.lene (H) 
LAOACE, Ronald 
LANDRY, Annie 
LANDRY, Eric (H) 
LANDRY. Eric 0. (E) 
LANDRY. Karine R (H) 
LANDRY, Mare A. 
I ANDRY, Rene A. 
I-ANTEIONF, Demi 
LANTEtONE. Mario 
LANTEIONE. I 
LAPLANTE, Via 
LEBLANC, Marc 
LEBLANC, Marco 



LEBOUTHILUER. Marc 
LEBRETON, Julian 
LECLAOt. Anne-Maria 
LECLAW, hankie (H) 
LECLBRC, Ckneaan 
LEGACY, Bruno S. 
LEOACY. Carole R. (H) 
LEOACY, Dank 
LEOACY. Oermld 
LEOER, babelle 
LEMIEUX. Joerue 
LEVASSEUR, Pierre 
LEVESQUE. Adrian 
LOSIER. Slephane 0. 
LOUBERT. Erik 
LUCE, 



The June 28 ceremonies for the 
1991 Ecole Secondaire Nepisiguit 
graduation class saw the presentation 
of numerous awards and buraries. 

Winners of Richelieu bursaries 
were Eric Gagnon, $2,000; Marc G. 
Frcnctte, Julie Kennah, Kevin Roy, 
Julie G. Godm, Michel A. Boudreau, 
Sasha Girard, Michelle Hache, Dame 
Thcriault, Panic Frenetic and Stepha- 
nie Butt, all $1,000; and Rcncc 
Gagnon, Stcphanc R. Doucet, Anik 
Godin, Annie Doiron, Nadine Perron 
and Chantal Desjardins, $500. 

Receiving the $100 L'Acadie 
Nouvellc bursary was Lisa Hachcy; 
Milene Lagace received the $1.000 
class of 1981 bursary; Denis St- 
Pierre, $500 Canadian Tire bursary; 
Marc G. Frenetic, $200 APEN bur- 
sary; Chantal Sirois, $500 from 
McDonald's Family Restaurant; So- 
phie Gauihicr, $250 from Associa- 



tion Immobilize du Nord; and Ste- 
phanie Butt, $250 from the Chaleur 
Regional Development Commission. 

A total of $18,300 was awarded 
from the Centre Universitaire de 
Moncton. The recipients were: 

Anne Doiron, who received the 
Governors' bursary of $3,000 every 
year for four years; Michel Boudreau 
and Eric Landry, $1,200 each under 
the K.C. Irving and CUM bursary; 
and Sasha Girard, Milene Lagace and 
Kevin Roy, each $800 CUM bursary 
winners. 

The $500 Centre Universitaire 
Saint-Louis Maillet bursary went to 
Chantal Desjardins; while Centre 
Universitaire de Shippagan bursaries 
went to Karine Landry ($600 Friends 
of C.U.S. bursary) and Carolle Robi- 
chaud, ($500 Clement Cormier 
bursjry). 

Rcligieuses Notre Dame du Sacrc 



LUCE, I 

MALLAIS, Nadine 

MALLET, Danny 

MALLET, Jo.ee 

MALLEY. Manor. 

MCORAW, Stephanie 

MELANSDN, Sophie 

MERSEREAU. Kim (H) 

hOCHAUD, Jo-Anne 

MONTREUUL, Pablo 

MOR1SSETTE, Ouylaine 

MORRISON. Andre 

MORRISON. Merc 

O'CONNELL. Mark (H) 

0-CONNELL Michele (H) 

PAUUN. Monique 

PAUUN. Nancy 

PELLBRIN. Tammy 

PELLETTER, Charic* 

PTTRE, Daui 

FTTRE, Denii 

PURE, Lynn 

PTTRE, Monique 

PTTRE. Nathalie R. 

PTTRE, Pariaa 

PTTRE, Rino P. 

PTTRE, Serge R. 

PTTRE, Sophie R. (H) 

PLOURDE, Sytvie A. 

POIR1ER, Eric 

PODUER. Michel L. 
RICHARDSON. Chanial 
RICHARDSON. Sylvie 
ROBICHAUD, Carolle V 
KOBICHAUD, Deniie L 
ROBICHAUD, Manon 
ROUSSBL, Rebecca 
ROY. Amia M. 
ROY. Bruno V. 
ROY. Dave 
ROY. Dante A. 
ROY. Eric II 
ROY. Jean-Pierre J 
ROY. Joanna R 
ROY. Joel L 
ROY. Judy 
ROY. Kevin N. (H) 
ROY. Manon 
ROY, Mario R. 
ROY. Nadine O. 
ROY. Nadine N. 
ROY. Nicola A. 
ROY. Patrick V. 
ROY. Paul F. 
ROY. Rene ). (II) 
ROY, Richard C. 
ROY. Serge I. 
ROY. Sophia M. 
ROY, Sophia R. 
ROY. Susaone B. 
SAULNIER, Keith 
SAULNIBR, Marie-Claude 
SAVARD. Pierre 
SAVOIB, Oeno 
SdllCIOLONE, Roberto 
SKOIS. Oianul (H) 
SrVRET, Ueoe 
SMITH. Karen 
ST-AMAND, Eric 
ST PIERRE. Danii 
ST PIERRE, Rene 
THBR1AULT. Dani< 
THERIAULT. Brie 
THERIAULT. Louue 
THERIAULT. Michel E. 
THTBODBAU. Sylvie 
THOMAS. Carolle 
TRBMBLAY, Som. 
VIENNEAU, Nathalie 
VIENNEAU, Stephane I- I. 
VIPNNBAU, Staphane H. 
VISET, Chanta! 
WHITE, Alluon 
YOUNO, Danny 



Teacher rewarded for 
dedication to profession 



A teacher from School District 42 
in Bathurst received the 1990-91 
Award of Distinction from the 
French Second Language Teacher 
Education Centre at the University of 
New Brunswick in Fredericton. 

Janet Poitras, a teacher of French 
as a second language, was presented 
with the award in recognition of her 
outstanding contribution to the pro- 
fession. She was recognized and 
given a pewter tray at the New 
Brunswick Teachers' Association 
meetings, held in Moncton May 1 to 
4. The award will also provide Mrs. 
Poitras with the opportunity to attend 
a national conference on second 
language study. 

A teacher of French for the past 1 3 
years, Mrs. Poitras has an impressive 
background in language learning. 
After receiving her BA and B.Ed, 
from St. Thomas University in Fre- 
dericton, she studied Spanish at the 
Universidad de Menedez in Rclayo, 
Spain, and French at the University 
of Saskatchewan. 

One reason Mrs. Poitras' teaching 
is so effective is that she provides her 
students with a variety of opportuni- 
ties to improve their study of French. 
She has successfully implemented 
communicative teaching strategies in 
and out of the classroom through 
public speaking events and excur- 
sions conducted in French. 

Mrs. Poitras has also demonstrated 



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her involvement with her profession 
through participation in many profes- 
sional associations. A member of the 
New Brunswick Curriculum Advis- 
ory Committee for Junior ' T 'jh 
School Core French since 1980, she 
has served on the New Brunswick 
Teachers' Association French Sec- 
ond Language Council since 1979 
and has been a member of the 
Immersion Council since 1987. She 
also served on the District 42 Re- 
search Committee, a committee 
which examined the various immer- 
sion programs and made recommen- 
dations to the school board. 

One of Mrs. Poitras' most impor- 
tant contributions to her profession 
was her recent participation in the 
production of a video which focuses 
on teaching French at the junior high 
school level. The video, which stres- 
ses the communicative approach, 
shows Mrs. Poitras demonstrating 
the technique to her class. 

The accomplishments of this out- 
standing educator extend beyond the 
classroom into her community. Mrs. 
Poitras has been involved in the 
production of re-enactments for New 
Brunswick Crime Stoppers as an 
actress and a narrator. One of the 
videos in which she appeared won the 
International Crime Stoppers of the 
Week Award. In her own school she 
has organized nine variety shows and 
directed 15 plays, eight of which 
received honorable mentions in the 
New Brunswick Drama Festival. 

Mrs. Poitras has also served as 
president and vice-president of the 
South Bathurst Home and School 
Association and as secretary of the 
Bathurst Aquatic Centre Commis- 
sion. The City of Bathurst recently 
honored her contributions by giving 
her the Award of Recognition as 
Volunteer of the Year. 



Janet Poitras 



Chance to beat other cities and 
help environment at same time 



Do you own a mug? Do you bring 
it to work? If yes, great If not, now is 
a good time to do so. 

July 10 is the date for the first ever 
Mug Up for the Environment chal- 
lenge, a Tine time to give up the 
environmentally-damaging habit of 
using foam cups in the workplace. 

Initiated by the Energy and Envir- 
onmental Educators of New Bruns- 
wick, a volunteer network of New 
Brunswikers dedicated to educating 
the public about energy and the 
environment, the challenge will pit 
the city of Bathurst against Moncton, 
Fredericton and Saint John. 

"It's really to encourage waste 



reduction," said Julie Dugas, Bath- 
urst representative with EEENB and 
coordinator of the local effort Ac- 
cording to her, more than half of all 
waste produced in the province ema- 
nates from the workplace. 

Ms. Dugas began passing out tally 
sheets to local businesses last week in 
anticipation of the big day, and 
instructing employees on how to go 
about tallying up their score. Basi- 
cally, for each time you use a mug 
rather than a foam cup, you put one 
notch on the tally sheet. The winning 
city will be determined by its per 
capita participation rate. The winning 
city will be announced within a few 



days afterwards. 

If your office has not been con- 
tacted, and is interested in taking part, 
simply tally the results on a piece of 
paper and contact Julie Dugas at 
547-2145, extension 2240, to give 
results. 



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Coeur awarded $400 bursaries to 
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Lisa Doucet, Julie Degrace and 
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ond language and native language 
bursaries went to Rende Gagnon, 
Julie Godin, Lisa Hachcy and Eric 
Landry, each receiving 51.000. 

The $250 NB Power bursary was 
awarded to Eric Gagnon; the Terry 
Fox Humanitarian Prize, valued at 
$4,000 per year for four years, was 
awarded to Audnc Beauchesne. 

St. Francis Xavier University 
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Merscreau; the Kinsmen gave $500 



to Michel Poirier, Annie Plourde, 
Michel E. Thibeault and Milene 
Lagace; the Kinettes gave $250 each 
to Lise Albert and Janie Guignard. 

University of Ottawa bursaries 
were given to Marc G. Frenetic 
($1,500), Michele O'Connell 
($1,000). Eric Gagnon ($1,000) and 
Stephanie BuU ($1,500). 

Northern Conference High School 
Hockey Teams awarded $500 to 
Denis R. Boudreau; and Eric Gagnon 
received $300 from the Physics 
Association. 

Students of they year were Eric 
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The Festival des Rameurs kicked off its week of festivities in Petit Rocher 
June 26 by hosting the 1991 Miss Bay of Chaleur Pageant, held at the 
Pctit-Rocher Arena. Taking the title this year was 17 year-old Christine 
Doucet (centre), the daughter of Robert and Alma Doucet of Petit-Rocher. 
Julie Doucet (right) 16 year-old daughter of Eric and Femande Doucet of 
Petit-Rocher, was crowned First Princess, while Anik Plourde (left) 16 
year-old daughter of Daniel and Pauline Plourde of Petit-Rocher, was chosen 
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By STEWART IbcLEOO 

Oniwi BurNu 
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It is not just the thought of a 
Quebec referendum next year on 
independence that has Ottawa in a 
constitutional frenzy; there is also the 
frightening thought of a federal 
election. 

If our problems are not solved 
before the next vote-it must come by 
1993-lhcrc could be an unholy mess 
in the new Parliament The place 
could be rendered ineffective. 

Should the country's constitu- 
tional squabbling continue into the 
next campaign, the Bloc Quebecois 
would almost certainly be the most 
powerful factor in that province. The 
heady talk on. ...irs from BQ leader 
Lucien Bouchard about the party 
winning 60 of the province's 75 seats 
might not be an exaggeration. 

And, if this happened, it's not 
difficult to imagine a paralyzed Parli- 
ament. With the Reform party peel- 
ing off many Tory seats in the 
West- -and possibly in Ontario- -a ma- 
jority government would be a virtual 
impossibility. The Bloc could effec- 
tively hijack Parliament. 

The party, bereft of policies, exists 
for the sole purpose of getting 



Quebec out of Confederation. And 
proving that federalism-including 
Parliamcnt-doesn't work would be a 
major step in this direction. 

The Bloc would have absolutely 
nothing to lose and everything to gain 
by frustrating the Commons. 

NO PLATFORM 

Without an acceptable constitu- 
tional agreement in the meantime, the 
next federal election could become 
another referendum on sovereignty in 
Quebec, with Bloc candidates repre- 
senting the "yes" side. The party says 
it will Held candidates in rill ridings. 

Although the Bloc's popularity has 
dipped slightly in (he last month, it 
still remains ahead of all other parties 
in the province. 

Its strength will go hand in hand 
with sovereignty. Without any other 
policy or platform, there is no reason 
for the party to trip up, or lose its 
appeal, over any other issue. 

"We don't intend to take power, so 
we don't need a platform,'' says Jean 
Lapierre, a former Liberal who now 
represents the Bloc, along with 
another former Liberal, five former 
Tories, and one MP who was elected 
under the Bloc's banner last year. 

What party candidates will be 
doing in the next election-assuming 
there is no constitional deal before 
then-is campaigning to put them- 
selves out of work. The moment 
independence is achieved, they say, 



they'll pull out of Ottawa. 

But until that moment, they could 
create havoc in Parliament. Unlike 
established parties, there is no form 
of discipline within the Bloc and its 
members arc free to go off on any 
tangent that comes to mind. 

"1 don't think we could agree on 
many things except the need for a 
new political contract," Lapierre has 
said. 

This is not apt to change. 
ACCORD WOULD KILL 

What would almost certainly kill 
the Bloc--at least in its present form- 
is a new constitutional accord with 



Quebec. 

"We're not going to defend 
Qucbeckers against their own will," 
Lapierre told a Montreal reporter. 

And while such an agreement is far 
from certain, attempts to reach it 
won't fail for lack of effort. It's not 
just the committee and commission 
reports that are blitzing us almost 
daily, the phone lines between Ot- 
tawa and provincial capitals are siz- 
zling with activity. 

"The prime minister's office is 
absolutely seized with the constitu- 
tional issue," says one high-ranking 
official. 



"I've never seen so much activity 
in one sphere." 

Quebec premier Robert Bourassa, 
who said he would not take part in 
further federal-provincial conslitu- 
tional talks following the demise of 
Mccch, recently said he is in frequent 
contact with his fellow premiers. And 
he's in even closer touch with hs 
friend, Prime Minister Brian 
Mulroncy. 

The premier says he is encouraged 
by some of the ideas coming from 
English Canada. He has embraced 
the constitutional amending formula 
recently proposed by the Beaudoin- 



Edwards parliament committee. And 
he must like all the proposals we're 
hearing about a more decentralized 
fedcra4ion. 

"Things are going to be settled one 
way or another before the next 
election," says the official in Mulro- 
ncy's office. 

And there would be quite an irony 
if, even indirectly, Lucien Bouchard 
became some kind of catalyst for a 
new constitutional accord. He quit 
ihc Mulroney cabinet over the Meech 
affair and, since then, he and the 
prime minister have not spoken to 
each other. 



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City shakes attitude 

An unprecedented turnout for the Canada Day/Silver 
Jubilee Festival parade and fireworks leads one to believe 
last year's festival was by no means a fluke. 

The 1990 version of our summer festival was said by 
many to be one of the finest. But with thousands of people 
turning out for the initial events Monday, it gives rise to 
hope of even bigger and better things for both the rest of the 
week and all future summer festivals in Bathurst. 

We may have finally shaken the apathetic attitude which 
has hung over this city for so many years. This is beneficial 
in many ways, but none moreso than in attracting tourists to 
our fair home town. One travelling through the city Monday 
evening would have had no other choice but to stop, but 
that's the main point of the trade; give them something to 
stop for. 

Congratulate your selves for kicking off our Silver Jubilee 
Festival in a fine way; and try to ensure you end it on as high 
a note at the end of the week. 

Enjoy! 

Huge lobster caught 



(Editor' ' Holt: The following I* *vi open 
If tier to federal Ubrtl totxfer Jen 
Chrtin) 

June 13 
Dear Editor, 

Yesterday I was listening to the 
television debate regarding the Al- 
Mashat affair. You slated in the 
House of Commons that a minister 
should be responsible for what is 
going on in his department, and that 
he should take full blame if any error 
is committed. 

You also stated that if you or your 
bureaucrats make any such errors, 
that you would take full blame for 
such mistakes and that you would not 
try in any way to place the blame on 
anyone else. This I believe Mr. 
Chretien, as I'm sure you are a very 
responsible man. 

I was also reading an article in "Le 
Lundi" (I believe) on your family 
life, ihc way you work hand-in-hand 
with your wife, and how she sup- 
ported you in your political life and in 
the decisions you nave to take. As I 
was reading this article I thought how 
lucky you were to have such a wife, 
but I also thought that it is not only 
luck. It is the way you treat people. 
That is why they believe in you and 



put their trust in you. 

Also, I was very proud when you 
decided to come to New Brunswick 
to be elected in the Beausejour riding. 
I was sure, since you are such a 
considerate man, you would not 
forget the county that elected you. 

Now, when I was at the convention 
of the Federation of Labor in Ed 
mundston, I read in our Francophone 
newspaper L'Acodu Nouvelte, dated 
June 4, that you said in the House of 
Commons that if you had been 
informed by the corporation about 
the closure of the Scoudouc post 
office in your New Brunswick riding 
that it would still be open and the 
employees would still be working, 
and also that you hoped that the 
corporation would change its mind. 

Mr. Chretien, I have full confi- 
dence in you and I am sure that you 
can save the Scoudouc post office. 
There is absolutely no reason to close 
that office. I hate to think what would 
happen to my country if you get 
elected to govem--and to get Canada 
out of the crisis we are in today under 
the present govemment-if you can't 
even save a little post office like 
Scoudouc in your own riding. 

I. as well as all the voters in this 



area that have put their trust in you, 
are sure that you will slop this office 
from closing, and by this show us that 
you really care. 

Three years ago, Canada Post 
wanted to close the Robichaud post 
office. With the support of Fcmand 
Robichaud, the office is still open. 

Two years ago, the Scoudouc Post 
office and the community were going 
through the same crisis they arc 
facing today. Canada Post wanted to 
close the office, but again, with 
Fernand Robichaud's support, the 
post office stayed open along with the 
same staff. 

Today, Canada Post again wants to 
close the Scoudouc office following 
the resignation of the postmaster. I 
have all the confidence that you will 
have this office staffed with another 
postmaster and that (he community 



will continue to have the same ser- 
vice they have always enjoyed. If 
Fernand Robichaud could stop those 
two closures, you can and will do the 
same. 

Mr. Chrdtien, may I suggest to you 
that during your campaign for the 
position of Prime Minister of Ca- 
nada, that you put a stop to the closure 
of rural post offices. This matter 
touches every Canadian across the 
country. Nobody wants the privatiza- 
tion of rural postal services, and I am 
sure (hat if this would be one of your 
priorities you would gain a lot of 
confidence from the voters from one 
end of the country to another. 

I would very much appreciate 

having a positive answer to this letter. 

Roger Boudreau 

a concerned citizen 

Robertvillt 



White's Wharf preferred 



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The Northern Light reserves the right to edit all letters for length, libel, 
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The Moving 
Finger Writes 

Event* from th archive* 
of The) Northern Light 



70 YEARS AGO 
July 1921 

The provincial charter applied for 
in connection with the proposal to 
construct a new hotel in Bathurst has 
been received by the promoters, and 
the scheme to provide the town with a 
modem establishment for the care of 
the travelling public is about to be 
launched in earnest. 

The charter has been granted in the 
name of the C hale ur Hotel Limited to 
the following local gentlemen as 
incorporators: Angus McLean, WJ. 
Kent, James P. Whelan, J. Bcnnct 
Hachey, George Gilbert, Simon Hol- 
dengraber, B.H. Storer and others. A 
definite announcement with more 
details about construction will be 
made within a few days. 

60 YEARS AGO 
July 1931 

Fire which broke out shortly after 
noon on Sunday for a time threatened 
all the property in that thickly sealed 
section of the district near the railway 
crossing on King Street and had 
prompt assistance not been rendered 
by the town fire department there is 
no doubt that a serious conflagration 
would have resulted. As it was, the 
home of Geo. Thibodeau, where (he 
blaze originated, was burned to (he 
ground with a large part of its 
contents and the adjoining house of 
Pat. Lavigne was also destroyed. 

A stiff Westerly breeze was blow- 
ing at the time and as the district has 
no water facilities nothing could be 
done to stay the progress of the fast 
spreading flames. An appeal to the 
(own brought the Bathurst fire de- 
partment to the scene promptly and a 
line of hose was run from the nearest 
hydrant, which was 600 feet away, 
and soon a copious stream of water 
was playing on the several other 
buildings which had caught fire as 
well as on the houses already blazing 
and the outbreak was quickly 
controlled. 
50 YEARS AGO 



July 1941 

Nothing short of remarkable was 
the fact that Sonny Scott, 14 month- 
old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of 
East Bathurst, was uninjured after he 
had fallen from a second-story win- 
dow on Saturday afternoon about 2 
o'clock. 

The child dropped from a window 
at his parents home, a distance of 22 
feet His mother rushed to the scene 
fearing the accident had been fatal 
and the little boy was taken to the 
Dunn Hospital. X-Rays revealed ab- 
solutely no injury and although the 
youngster could not walk for a short 
time, he is running about again and is 
as active as ever. 

40 YEARS AGO 
July 1951 

A group of teenagers have organ- 
ized themselves into a committee 
which plans to sponsor TNT (Teen 
Nile Tonight) dances at the Donald 
Eddy Memorial Hall during the sum- 
mer holiday season. The inaugural 
function is scheduled for June 22 at 
9:30 p.m. 

Full authority has been vested in 
them by the hall management to use 
(he gym and facilities for all of these 
dances. In return pan of the funds 
will be turned over to the treasury of 
(he hall. Dances will be held in the 
gym with tables and lunch being 
served to give a club effect. These 
Teen Nights, as the name suggests, 
are primarily intended for teenagers, 
but are also open to anyone under 70 
who desires to join the younger set. 

30 YEARS AGO 
July 1961 

By comparison an ordinary lobster 
is dwarfed by the gigantic 11 and a 
half pound granddaddy of them all 
caught by Ira Jagoc at Stonenaven 
Saturday. The lobster measured 32 
inches from tip of claw to end of tail 
and was the largest ever brought into 
Stonehaven Breakwater. It was 
caught on the outside of the trap, to 
large to get through the head. 

10 YEARS AGO 
July 1981 

Mr. and Mrs. Felix Godin of Petit 
Rocher were chosen the Couple of 
the Year during that community's 
Festival des Ramcurs. 



June 25 
Dear Editor, 

Although I think that Keith 
Loupelle, a local elected councillor, a 
servant of the public, a paid (albeit 
not much) city councillor, was not 
aiming specifically at anyone, his 
statement which goes, Those who 
don't know diddly squat about what 
is going on should not be rallying 
against plans for the centre", is 
dangerous. 

I was sure that as an elected official 
one was not given ultimate power 
over the people, that indeed this little 
city is still democratic and citizens 
arc not supposed to be put down or be 
in fear of our city officials or be 



insulted by them. 

We still have a right to our own 
ideas, to free press and freedom of 
speech, and I think that a little more 
work and thought should go into the 
option of Billy White's wharf if for 
no other reason than its beautiful 
location. 

After all, consultants are not gods. 
I may be one who knows "diddly 
squat about what is going on", but I 
have rarely been accused of same. 

A list of those persons who know 
"diddly squat in councillor 
Loupcllc's idea would be helpful so 
that those of us who qualify would 
keep quiet. 

Jessica Ryan 



Stopping human rights abuses 



July 2 
Dear Editor, 

On Monday, the Bathurst Amnesty 
International group participated in 
the Canada Day parade. We discov- 
ered that many people in our area do 
not know what Amnesty Interna- 
tional is. 

To those who are wondering, Am- 
nesty International is an independent, 
international organization which 
works to stop human rights abuses 
around the world We focus on trying 
to prevent torture, executions, and 
imprisonment of people without 



charge or trial. 

Volunteers write letters to govern- 
ments committing human rights ab- 
uses against their citizens and ask 
them to stop. It's simple, but it works. 
Governments don't like to think that 
the world knows they are torturing or 
killing their own citizens. 

Anyone who would like more 
information about Amnesty Interna- 
tional is invited to telephone Ruth 
Cluley at 548-5162 or Guy Dagenais 
at 548-2319. 

Ruth Cluley 



Family leases Gowan Brae property for box of oysters 



Silver Points 



By SONIA-SIMARD 
CORMIER 

rwwi f f Ofn 25 ywrv fcflo. 




July 7,1966 

Big, biggest, bigger were the order 
of the day in 1966 as Consolidated 
Paper Corporation Limited and Bath- 
urst Paper Limited decided to investi- 



gate the possibility of a merger. The 
move, which we now know took 
place, was said to be in keeping with a 
trend in the pulp and paper industry 
towards fewer and larger companies. 
On the sports scene, July 1966 saw 
the Gowan Brae Golf and Country 
Club hosting the New Brunswick 
Provincial Ladies' Open Golf Tour- 
nament with over 100 participants. 
President of the local club at that time 
was Mrs. H.C. Crutxhficld with Mrs. 
J. Leo Hachey and Mrs. RJ. Kes- 



Private audience with the Pope 



Sitting 
Back 

With GREG MULOCK 
PtrttfMl opinion Iront 
KM nwwglng tdHof 




Sister Corinne Doucet, originally 
from Bathurst and close kin to pre- 
sent well-known residents, Rudy 
Doucet and Mrs. Sylvia Daley, was 
honored June 10 during silver an- 
niversary of incorporation celebra- 
tions of Atholville and Tide Head. 

The honor was in recognition of 
teaching school in the former village 
for 25 years. 
THIS AND THAT 

Former city resident Jean-Claude 
Bourque, prominent in the translation 
services field, etc., nominated as a 
NDP candidate for Monctpn North 
in the upcoming provincial elec- 
tion. ...Leonard Cor -, who mi- 
grated to Fredericton uom Bathursl, 
was recently presented an award by 
Advanced Education and Training 



Minister Russ King. The recognition 
marked his retirement after 26 years 
as coordinator of apprenticeship ser- 
vices... .Well-known Gloucester 
County residents, Amedee and Ange- 
linc Lanicignc of Haut St-Simon, 
were recently granted a private audi- 
ence with Pope John Paul II. At the 
time, they were visiting their 
daughter who is employed in the 
Canadian Embassy in the Vati- 
can.. ..Soprano Rosemarie Landry, a 
Caraquct native who has earned an 
international reputation as one of the 
world's foremost singers, was recen- 
tly awarded an honorary degree of 
letters by Toronto's York Univer- 
sity. ...The N.B. arm of the Canadian 
Ladies' Golf Association has an- 
nounced plans for a Player of the 
Year challenge based on cumulative 
play over the season. Among those on 
hand for the occasion was Provincial 
President babel MacLaggan of Bath- 
urst. ...Gcraldinc Mason of Bathurst 
was recently elected second vice- 
president of VON New Brunswick 
Inc. at that group's annual meeting in 
Woodstock... 



wick, first and second vice-president 
respectively. 

An eight-page supplement which 
appeared in The Northern Light con- 
tained many interesting facts about 
the local golfing scene. For instance, 
it was in August of 1958 that the 
Bathurst Golf Club Association 
moved its scene of activity from the 
nine-hole course located on what was 
known at the time as Red Hill (in the 
same vicinity where the Bathurst 
Sports Chalet now stands). The 
BGCA was incorporated in 1932 and 
became the parent body of the Gowan 
Brae Association. Club president at 
the time of the move, in 19S8, was 
well-known area businessman Wil- 



mot Hatheway. 

The land for the new 18-hole golf 
course had been leased to the club by 
the Leach family with one stipula- 
tion, that the club be known as the 
Gowan Brae Golf and Country Club. 
Rental fee for the land was set at a 
box of oysters to be sent each year to 
Mr. Searle Leach in Winnipeg, Man. 

Not a bad deal, wouldn't you say? 

But it wasn't the only deal to be 
had in Bathurst 25 years ago, as (he 
Coin-Op Car Wash opened it's doors 

introducing citizens to the latest in 
car cleaning for just 25 cents. Lo- 
cated at the corner of MacDonald 
Street and Evangeline Drive, the 
business is still operating today. 



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Talk On The Walk 



Question: What do you think of the new government regulations, that 
state videos for rental must be rated, similar to the way movies in 
theatres are rated? 




Roger Theriault 
Bathurst 

"I don't think new 
laws will keep children 
away from explicit mo- 
vies. Theatres are a 
public thing and videos 
arc personal." 



Allen Mallaley 
Lome 

' "It's a good idea to 
control distribution of 
videos, since it will 
keep children away 
from seeing certain mo- 
vies that otherwise 
shouldn't be seen." 



Hilda Glendenning 
Canobie 

"I think it is good for 
the parents to have a 
guide for their children 
watching videos, and 
for the stores being held 
to some responsibility." 



Gerry Goodine 
Bathurst 

"It's a good idea to 
ban all restricted videos 
from youths, and to 
have them placed in 
scpcrate rooms." 



Yolande Doucet 
Robertville 

"I think (hat it's good 
to give merchants some 
responsibilities; there 
will be less crime 
among youths who arc 
influenced by these ex- 
plicit movies." 



Clifford Langlais 
South Bathurst 

"Children should 
have the guide of the 
parents, and these new 
laws should have been 
passed a long time ago." 



Annette Pelletier 
Bathurst 

"It's a good idea for 
merchants to demand 
youths' I.D.'s when tak- 
ing a video, because that 
is the best store owners 
can do." 



Tyrone Dasti 
South Tetagouche 
"Violence is already 
loo high in young offen- 
ders; we must try to 
clliminate the problem 
as much possible." 



Peter White 
Bathurst 

"If store owners are 
going to sell for a profit, 
they should take on the 
same responsibilities as 
owners of movie 
theatres." 



Botanical forest would have 
a positive impact on region 



By JIM COUTURE 
Northern Light Staff 



The time' is ripe for everyone 
concerned 10 act upon the idea of a 
Chaleur Botanical Forest originated 
by local businessman Rend Pratt. 

The realization of Mr. Pratt's vis- 
ion is now in the hands of the people 
of the Chaleur region, and it's up to 
them to ensure the project gets over 
its next hurdle. 




Ren* Pratt 

"No single individual can meet this 
challenge by acting alone," he said 
during a recent interview. 

The First seed of thought which 
came to Mr. Pratt regarding the 
forest, which would regroup all or 
most of Canada's native trees 
together on a parcel of land, occurred 
to him 20 years ago as his land was 
expropriated to make way for the 
Trans Canada Highway. When mov- 
ing his cottage from the expropriated 
land he had to bulldoze an extensive 
section of the forest on which he 
replanted many varieties of trees, all 
of which grew. 

"So the idea that trees not native to 
this area would not grow is untrue," 
he explained. 

Since then, about three years ago to 
be exact, he has presented his idea to 
Bathurst city council, an idea in the 
preliminary planning stage at that 
time. With support in principle there- 
after from all municipal councils in 
the region, and letters of support from 
most, he is now ready to begin the 
most critical stage in ensuring the 
birth of the forest: setting up a 
committee to get the project moving. 

The project, in itself, would consist 




Ross Aube 

HE IS ON COUNCIL! 

Contrary to what an ad in last 
week's progress supplement implied, 
Ross Aube is on city council. 

A full page ad we ran depicting 
members of council omitted Mr. 
Aube's photograph. To make matters 
worse, this was the second year his 
picture was left out. In other words, 
we goofed and in a big way. 

Yes, Ross Aube is a member of 
city council. In fact, he is a very 
active councillor, who is outspoken 
on a number of issues. 

Our apologies to Mr. Aube for our 
error, and for the ribbing it has likely 
prompted, from his friends and 
constituents. 



of as many trees as possible from the 
eight forest regions that exist in 
Canada-Boreal, Coastal, Subalpine, 
Mountain, Columbia, Deciduous, 
Great Lakes, and Acadian-which 
would all be located on a parcel of 
land yet to be decided upon. The trees 
would then be divided into mini- 
parcels, where many species of birch, 
pines, elms, maples, etc, would be 
grouped together. 

SELLING POINT 

Mr. Pratt sees the project as a 
definite selling point for the entire 
region, so as long as the forest is 
located within it the benefits should 
flow throughout. 

Among the benefits he foresees are 
in the field of education, where the 
leaching and learning process would 
be greatly enhanced by giving both 
teachers and students the opportunity 
to visit the natural habitat of the 
various species of trees. 

The project would also be a wel- 
comed tourist attraction, helping to 
eliminate what Mr. Pratt sees as a 
"hello and goodbye" mentality pre- 
sently experienced in the region. 

And the quality of life would also 
be enhanced by it 

"Away from the jet set lane, it 
would be a haven of peace and 
tranquility," he stated. 

Recognizing the immense monet- 
ary' value of the forestry industry in 
our region, the site could also become 
a scientific laboratory for the study of 
the ill effect of acid rain on our 
forests, and, through federal and 
provincial job creation projects, it 
could also be a source of employment 
for many, including summer employ- 
ment for students. 
MANY PROJECTS 

According to Mr. Pratt, there arc 
many other smaller projects which 
could co-exist with this one, includ- 
ing maple sugar stations, sleigh rides, 
cross country ski trails, and mu- 
seums, just to name a few. 

But what is needed first of all is a 
non-profit organization which would 
manage this project, and now is the 
time for its formation. 

"It has to be a community-oriented 
project," he said, adding he would 
like to see everyone interested in its 
birth-environmentalists, educators, 
businessmen, various levels of gov- 
ernment, tourism officials, labor 
groups, sporting enthusiasts, et al- 
bcgin working toward the common 
goal as soon as possible. 

"So far I've received a positive 
response from everybody I've spo- 
ken to." 

Mr. Pratt recently presented his 
idea to the Tourism and Environmen- 
tal branches of the Ncpisiguil Eco- 
nomic Conference, and in October of 
this year plans on making another 
presentation at a similar conference, 
which will also have the car of 
municipal representatives. 
THEY AGREE 

Petit Rocher Mayor Gerald Mal- 
lais, co-chairman of the NEC, agrees 
with Mr. Pratt that the project would 



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be a viable one for the region. 

"As far as long-term and original 
projects go, I think its great person- 
ally," he said. 

Bathurst Chamber of Commerce 
president Hugh Young is of the same 
opinion. 

"We think u's a hell of a good idea. 
As far as the concept is concerned, 
the Bathursi Chamber of Commerce 
supports it," he said. 
STUDY FURTHER 

Mr. Pratt would like to have a 
committee in place in the very near 
future to begin work on the structure 
of the organization, and to prepare a 
short- and long-term plan, which 
would include funding possibilities 
for a feasibility study. 

Mr. Pratt said the concept of a 
botanical forest is in line with Ca- 
nada's Green Plan, the federal gov- 
ernment's recently release study on 
the Canadian environment and how 
to go about preserving it 

He said there is $350 million 
available under the Sustaining Re- 
newable Resources section of the 
study, and tapping into it could be the 
first item of business for the commit- 
tee. The section states that the gov- 
ernment, through the forestry sector, 
wants to encourage the development 
of a network of living forests such as 
the one, conceived by Mr. Pratt. 

. A letter from federal , Forestry 
Minister Frank Obcrle, in Mr. Pratt's 
possession, demonstrates he is 
strongly in favor of the project 

"This project is unique; it does not 
exist like this anywhere in the 
world," Mr. Pratt said, adding the 
proposed committee would definitely 
need the government's assistance in 
getting the project off the ground. 

"At the beginning it would be a 
very modest forest, but as it gets long 
no one will be able to catch us. Even 
if you have no money 10 years down 
the road, you won't be able to stop the 
trees from growing," he said, adding 
that long after pur departure from this 
planet, pur children and grandchil- 
dren will carry on what we have 
started and benefit from it endlessly. 

Anyone interested in contributing 
to this project in any way, shape or 
form are asked to contact Mr. Pratt. 

"The community will have to 
support it, or it will die." 




DREAM COME TRUE 



Eight-year-old Eric Roy of LaPlante was given the honor of leading the huge delegation of the Association 
Moto-Tourisme Acadicn motorcycle touring club in the Festival des Ramcurs parade in Petit Rocher Sunday. Eric, 
paralysed from the waist down by Spina Bifida, recently became an honorary member of the club, and carried its flag 
in the procession. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Guy Roy of LaPlante. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Hometown postcards prove viable 



T< limits now have a new way to 
lake homo a piece of the Chaleur 
region. 

Local photographer Jean-Paul 
Boudrcau will see to that with his 
new collection of postcards, photo- 
graphed throughout the Bathurst 
region. 

The mighty Bay Chaleur, Pabi- 
ncau Falls, the various sights of Petit 
Rocher and Beresford, all have been 
commemorated in postcard format. 

"I tried to give it a regional flavor," 
said the Beresford resident, who has 
been taking photographs for the past 
10 years. 

He decided to use his talents to 
serve the tourist trade after having 
looked around at what the local 
postcard market had to offer. 

Having found that the newest 
available postcard was "taken some- 
where in the nineteen-sixties," Mr. 
Boudrcau made up his mind to take 
matters into his own hand. 



i in hand, photo- 
graphed: (heV fc^ofa, tod produced 
6,000 postcards, a series he calls 
Pointing With Lights. 

He then went to see 12 potential 
customers, who were glad to show 
support. Packages of 500 postcards 
were dropped off at various locations 
so that now "they are everywhere." 

Mr. Boudreau noted if one location 
runs put of any one design, another 
location will usually replace them if 
the same design is overstocked there. 

"We try to move them back and 
forth," Mr. Boudreau noted, adding, 
"Overall, the response (to the post- 
cards) has been really good." 

Mr. Boudrcau's interest in photo- 
graphy started more or less as a 
hobby. Now, he said, it's a passion. 

His main focus is on nature scenes 
and wild flowers, and he has earned 
several awards for his efforts. 

Among them are the provincial 
Kodak International Photo Contest, a 



Best Color award in 1984, a Best 
Color "Slide 'in 1988, and, in 1989, 
first prize in the New Brunswick 
Forestry Association's Outdoor 
Photography competition. 

Now that he has taken his talents to 
the streets, so to speak, he is already 
looking to expand. 

"Next year, I want to add to the 
collection (by featuring) the whole 
Northeast region," he said. 

'This is the scope I'm looking at." 

He already has a number of loca- 
tions in mind along the Acadian 
Peninsula, and a few spots off the 
beaten track. 

He's also planning an exhibition of 
his work for sometime next year, as 
well as a special innovation he hopes 
to implement that he is sure will be "a 
big bit." 

Of course, he doesn't want to let 
the cat out of the bag right away, but 
he promised the project should prove 
well worth the effort. 





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100 Huntley Street tele-evangelist preaching faith 



By MICHAEL J. BOURGWQNOH 
Northern Light Stall 

Innumerable social ills exist in this 
day and age. affecting all Canadians; 
but there also exists one timeless 
solution. 

"When we have faith, we have 
confidence," said David Mainsc, host 
of the national evangelistic television 
program 100 Huntley Street. The 
program is broadcast locally on 
Channel 4, weekdays at 8 a.m. 

The Toronto tele-evangelist was in 
Bathursl last week, the 75th slop on a 
100-city tour across Canada. 

He embarked on the tour mainly to 
spread a message of hope, through 
faith in Jesus Christ. 

His visit was highlighted by a June 
20 gathering at Keddy's Hotel and 
Convention Centre, where inspira- 
tional videos were shown. They 
focused primarily on celebrating Ca- 
nada, and some of Mr. Mainse's 
preaching centred on what he sees as 
the nation's more serious social ills. 

One of the most prevalent, to speak 
to Mr. Mainse, is national unity. 

"Surely, people who share the 
same geography can work together," 
he noted. Unfortunately, that often 
does not seem to be the. case. 

The problem here is in the "mind- 
set that allows even the consideration 
of the breakup of the country." 

Again, Mr. Mainse sees the solu- 
tion as a question of faith, not oily in 
God, but in the nation's founders. 

Mr. Mainse has been preaching his 
message of salvation for some 29 
years, having begun as pastor of a 
modest Ontario church in 1% 1. That 
same year, a new local television 
station surfaced that allowed him air 
time. 
WIFE'S BROTHERS 

Mr. Mainsc credits the opening of 



"I believe God himself pulled the caps off 
(and) exposed the hypocricy. God was saying, 
'I will have a pure and clean and honest church 
at my return/" 



that door to his wife's brothers, who 
hud known some success in Austra- 
lia, as country music performers. 

They performed while Mr. Mainsc 
preached, and the combination was 
impressive enough to merit an invita- 
tion to return for regular 
broadcastings. 

In 1962, Mr. Mainsc formed 
Crossroads Christian Communica- 
tions, which eventually became 100 
Huntley Street. The organization and 
accompanying television program 
were named after the street address 
where the show's studio building is 
located in Toronto. 

Among 100 Huntley Street's 
achievements arc significant contri- 
bution to relief efforts in needy 
European and Third World countries. 

The organization also maintains a 
continuing involvement in the Circle 
Square ranches that blossomed from 
the children's television show of the 
same name. Also, a telephone crisis 
line network has been set up, with 
operations in Saint John, New 
Brunswick. 

There are currently nine Circle 
Square ranches across Canada, in- 
cluding one in Sussex, N.B., and 
crisis lines have been established in 
25 major cities across the country. 

Mr. Mainse's father was a 
Methodist missionary in Egypt, 
where he started colleges and schools 
for girls. 

Bom in Quebec and raised mostly 
around the Ottawa Valley, Mr. 
Mainse had no real way of knowing 







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Religious broadcaster David Mainse spoke with Northern Light staff writer 
Michael J. Bourguignon last week, on a downtown terrace. He covered a 
variety of subjects, including recent religious scandals involving tele- 
evangelists. 

Carter-Rose bids farewell 



By MICHAEL J. BOURGUIGNON 
Mofftem Light SMI 

The city's Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism director is looking forward 
to a career change with reluctant 
anticipation. 

"It's going to be a change," noted 
Shelley Carter-Rose, who left her 
position with the city last Friday after 
four years of faithful service. 

Mrs. Carter-Rose is somewhat re- 
luctant to let go of municipal govern- 
ment, having worked in the field for 
about 12 years. 

She said she still enjoys the action 
of city affairs, but she and her 
husband, Guy Rose, have always 
wanted to return to Prince Edward 
Island. 

That's, where the couple is 
heading. 

Mrs. Carter-Rose has accepted a 
position at Holland College, in Sum 
merside, P.E.I. 

She will be teaching a new two- 
year program called Recreation Ad- 
ministration, which will enable her 
not only to put in class time. She will 
also be involved in coordinating 
activities, and act in an advisory 
position. 

.' 

Her mother, and her husband's 
parents, are still residing in their 
native Souris, P.E.I., which means 
Mrs. Carter-Rose is more or less 
going home. 

In an interview with The Northern 
Light last week, she recalled a num- 
ber of achievements that have been 
major highlights of her four years in 
Baihurst. 

One was to have created a working 
framework for the Parks, Tourism 
and Recreation Department. 

Among the results of that work 
was the hiring of a tourism coordina- 
tor, and outdoor recreation specialist. 

In the past four years, Mrs. Carter- 
Rose focused on developing the 
department's human, financial and 
facilities resources. 

She has seen the creation of an 
annual Volunteer Recognition Night 
and improvements to the Baihurst 
Sports Hall of Fame. 

But at least one facility has so far 




in which direction his life would lead 
him, despite his upbringing. 
BAD KID 

Actually, he charactcri/cs himself 
as "just a bad kid," when he was a 
youngster 

He played hooky from school, and 
at IS, hitchhiked to Montreal. Once, 
he tried to hitch a ride on a ship to 
check out the action abroad, but was 
promptly kicked off before the vessel 
even made it out of port. 

"I saw myself going in the wrong 
direction," he reflected, adding, "1 
needed something in my life." 

That something came when he was 
16. 

"Some friends came into my life, 
and when I was almost seventeen, 1 
got saved." 

Soon, he would feel a strong 
calling from God to spread the joy of 
his salvation through preaching. 

He feels a new calling, as the 
church joins in the general turmoil of 
the 1990s, is "to preach with greater 
strength than ever." 



While he counts the recession 
among the greatest symptoms of that 
turmoil, he docs nut deny the scandal 
that iiH.-ki.-il the evangelical world a 
lew years ago. Television evangelists 
Jimmy Swaggart and Jim Bakkcr 
both fell from grace over sexual 
snafus; and more recently, the 
Catholic church has had to deal with 
allegations of sexual abuse against 
children in a Newfoundland 
orphanage. 

But Mr. Mainsc believes God 
exposed these evil deeds, as part of a 
shaking down of the church. 

"I believe God himself pulled the 
caps off (and) exposed the hypo- 
cricy," he said. 

"God was saying, '1 will have a 
pure and clean and honest church at 
my return.'" 

While he accuses the media of 
perhaps giving the scandals loo much 
play, he also contends his ministry 
was not adversely affected by it. 

As television evangelism suddenly 
came under a dark cloud in the public 
eye, the inevitable question did arise: 
"What about David Mainsc?" 

But Mi. Mainse had the National 
Religious Broadcasters on his side. 
The highly respected organization 
issued a press release, stating their 
confidence in Mr. Mainse's honesty 
and integrity. 



And so his work continues. The 
100-cily lour, which started in British 
Columbia irT January, is set to wrap 
up back in Toronto this fall. 

At each stop, he plans to "tackle 



some aspect" of the nation's troubles, 
and show lo Canadians that, through 
faith, "we can all be part of the 
answer, instead of always being part 
of the problem." 




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not been pan of that restructuring, but 
it's one Mrs. Carter-Rose feels will 
be a major challenge for her eventual 
successor. 

That would be the proposed civic 
centre, which Mrs. Carter-Rose feels 
will become an important aspect of 
the city's tourism and recreation 
offerings once it's built. 

The implementation of the city's 
Recreation Master Plan is another 
challenge for the future. 

The five-year plan, which consists 
of an assessment of existing services 
and facilities and a look at the city's 
tourism and recreation needs, has just 
been completed, Mrs. Carter-Rose 
said. 

It should be put into effect early 
this month. 

Whoever is found to lake Mrs. 
Carter-Rose's place will also have to 
focus on maintaining existing 
services. 

"A lot of people aren't aware of the 
scope of our department's 'involve- 
ment (in the community)," she said. 

"But the staff is confident and 
capable." 

There are about 80 people working 
in the Parks, Recreation and Tourism 
Department, including summer pro- 
ject hirings, Mrs. Carter-Rose noted. 

That number goes down by one as 
of Friday, but the city is already 
scouting for a replacement. 

As for Mrs. Carter-Rose, she is 
ready to put her talents to good use 
elsewhere. 



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here. Fill out the coupon below with 
the correct answer and you could win 
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REALTY 

KEYSTONE REALTY (1988) LTD. 

2nd Floor. 270 Douglas Avenue 

Bathurst. New Brunswick E2A 1M9 

Bus (S06) 548 flflfiS Fx <50fi> 506-5246 

NORMA AUBE 

Sales Representative 



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Guy Morrison 
Owner 



BATHURST MECHANICS 
] PLUS LTD. 

Guy Morrison would like to invite his past 
customers to drop in. 

Ocnertl MeiTumc Reptirs 

N.B. Motor Vthicule Inspection 

15 >>./$ Experienced Licensed Mechanic 

2585 St. Peter Ave. 546-2608 

ACROSS FROM WEST END SPORTS 




MAINTENANCE PLUS INC. 



GENERAL MAINTENANCE OF ALL KINDS 

We do "ALMOST" anything 
CATERING ESPECIALLY TO SENIORS 
Cleaning Janitorial DutlM Bt**ment Ctoanup 1 Organization 
YARD I LAWN MAINTENANCE: 

(MOWING, TRNMW4 FCRTU.I2MG. GARDENING. MKMC. ETC | 

HOUSEHOLD RENOVATIONS Aoomom on EXPANSIONS 
PAINTING, CARPENTRY, DRYWALL I PLASTER 
ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING OR HEATING REPAIRS 

546-5599 




Afftn 

AUTOMOTIVE 
SUPPLIES LTD. 



ALL 
GREY TOOLS 

20 - 40% OFF 

1967 MIRAMICHI AVE. 

546-9976, FAX 546-8883 




uitard's Shell Service 

PRESENTS 

Senior's Day 

FREE CAR WASH 

LAST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH 
WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY AMOUNT OF GAS 

705 ST. PETER AVE. 546-9292 





luctan Duguoy 
Sal* RpraM<nlatlv 



TRUST THE PROFESSIONALS 

AT TRI-WAY 
REALTY 

548-9821 




Malistytes 
HAIRCARE FOR ALL FAMILY MEMBERS 

PERMS HIGHLIGHTS COLOR 
EAR PIERCING SUNTANNING BED 
Retail of products as 

VAVOOM MATREX - 
JOYCO - REDKIN - and others 

APPOINTMENTS NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY 
OPEN MON . SAT. - 10 AM 9 P.M. 

SUPERMALL, 546-3833 




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Wednesday's paper. For larger display advertising call before closing 
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CARD OF THANKS 



EARLY - The family ol th 
late Frederick Myles Ear 
wishes to thank you visits t 
the Funeral Home. Specia 
thanks to Elhatttons Fun 
eral Home for its fine se 
vice, Father Four ner for th 
lovely mass and beautifi 
Choir, to pall bearers 
Thank you for Mass an 
sympathy cards, flowers 
donations to the Cancer 
Society & Heart Fund als 
for food that was brought t 
the home Gideo Memoria 
Scriptures Special thanks 
to RCMP Dcpi for the kind 
ness towards my brothers 
also the nurses and doctor 
at the Hospital may Got 
Bless each and everyone o 
you Your kindness will al 
way* be remembered b 
his sister Saly and family 



HUDON - The family of J 
Leo Hudon would like to 
express sincere thanks to 
Father Levi Arseneau 
Father Wilfred Benoit 
Thanks to Dr. Goulard 
nurses A staff of the 4th 
floor Thanks to relatives 
friends & neighbours who 
were so kind Thanks also 
to those who sent flowers 
telegrams, sympathy cards 
and donations lo Alzheim 
ers and Cance 
organ! za lions. 



PITRE- I would like to take 
this opportunity to sincere)] 
thank everyone who contri 
butod in making my 7011 
"surprise* birthday parly 
such a success. Specia 
thanks to my wonderfu 
family, my fellow legion 
naires and many friends lor 
their well wishes & atten 
dance Thank you all- It's 
an evening I will neve 
forget 
Arvin J. Pitre. 



Remerciements a S 
Judes. pour 2 favours ob- 
tenu A.R AR . 



HALL Mrs Mabel .Ha 
wishes to thank everyone 
who visited, called and sen 
flowers, gifts, cards and 
best wishes for her 90th 
Birthday. Thank you very 
much 



BIRTHS 



QSun Life 



1212 ST PETER AVE 

(2nd Hoor Qodln's Electric Buttiru 

BATHURST 
546-2978 



art. 



Congratulations 

Now ! the time to start 
planning for your 
baby** future. 
Call iu any 

, time to dis- 
cus)* addi- 
tional pro 
lection 
saving* or 

' an educa- 
tion fund. 

PITRE- Yvon 1 Nicole Pure, 
Bathurst, JLTO 19, a boy. 

. SMITH- Ginette Smith. Paquet- 
vilto, June 19, a girl. 

' DOWNING- Edmond ft 
Claudene Downing. Allardville. 
June 19. a girl. 

, DOUCET- Dons & Leonard 
Doucet. Allardville. June 20. a 
girl. 

BOUDREAU FRENETTE- 
Lisa Frenene & Gilles Boud- 
reau. Roberrville, Jun 21. a 
boy. 

BOUDREAU- Dcnise Boud- 
reau. Bathurst, June 22. a girl. 
SAVOIE- Sylvia & Octave Sa- 
voie. Allardville, June 20. a boy 
CHRISTIE-PARENT- Sylvie 
Parent a Ronald Christie. Be- 
resford. June 21, a girl 
DOIRON Chantal Doiron. Ri- 
viere du Portage. June 23. a 
boy. 

COME All- Jeanriot & Solange 
Com.' ju, Robertville, June 23. 
a giri 

VIENNEAU- Nicole Vienneau. 
Shippagan, June 23. a boy. 
ROBICHAUD- Diane & Andre 
Robichaud. Tracadtt, June 21, 
a boy 

AUBE Marco & Nathalie Aube. 

F'ee Grant, June 24, a boy. 

FONTAINE- Real & Monique 

. Fontaine, Ste Rose. June 25 a 

boy 
' PAYNE- Shelly & Ron Payne. 

' North Tetagouche. June 25. a 
girl. 

HACHEY-GOOIN- Rita Godin 
& Jean Marc Hachey. Bathurst. 
June 25, a girl 



' BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS 



SULLIVAN - Carol & Bob 
Sullivan are very proud to 
., announce the birth of their 
first child, Tanner Robert 
' Roger, born June 30 1991 
i- at Chaleur Regional Hospi- 
'. tal. Bathursi, N B Weigh- 
ing 6Jbs 14oz Proud grand- 
parents are Roger & 
Lorenza Benoit and Robert 
' A Joan Sullivan 



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ANNOUNCEMENTS 



Etoi Savcie de 586 rue De 
La Mer, Petit Rccher. an 
nonce quo dans le futur il ne 
sera pas rosponsablo des 
dettes de aucune autre 
personne 



Leo Savoie of 586 rue De 
La Mer, Petit Rocher, an 
nounces that in the future 
he wiN not be responsible 
for the debts of any othei 
person. 



Mona Boudreau of RR2 
Box 6. Site 19. Beresford 
announces that in the fu 
ture she will not be respon 
sible for the debts of any 
other person 



Mona Boudreau de RR#2 
Box 6 Site 19, Beresford, 
announce que dans le futur 
He ne sera pas respons 
able des deltas de aucune 
autre personne. 



PERSONALS 



PRAYER 

THROUGH APPLICATION 
to the Holy Spirit, you who 
solve all problems, light all 
road* so that I can Main my 
goal. You who give me the 
divine gilt to forgive and 
torgai all evil against* and 
thai in all instance* ol my lila 
you are with me. I an in th* 
snor prayer to IhanK you tor 
all things a* you confirm onca 
again that I never want to be 
separated from you. even and 
In tile ol all malarial illusion I 
wish to be with you in eternal 
glory Thank you lor your 
mercy toward me and mine. 
The person mu*t say this pray 
tor three consecutive day* 
This prayer must be pub- 
iithed immediately after the 
tavor i* granted without men- 
tioning the lavor Only your 
initial* shall appear al me 
bottom Thank you. W.P 



FUNERALS 



FUNERAL 

Th funeral service for the lat 
Gary DeGrace who passec 
away on June 16, was heta 
from Holy Family Church with 
Re. Levi Arsenoau officiating 
Hymn selection* by Holy Fam 
ity Choir included Bt Not Afraid, 
LJu a Skcppord. How Gnat Tkon 
An and Into Your Hmdi. Sold 51 
Louise Ross sang AM Mant 
accompanied by organist He- 
len Hachoy Pallbearers were 
Vincent Coiton. Albert Maine 
ion. Keith DeGrace. Bobby 
Frenene. David Doucet, Hugh 
Murray Honorary Pallbearers 
were Frank Branch. James 
Kenny, Billy Sisk. Vem Carrier. 
Arnold Smith. Don Smearer, 
William Boyle. Bill Whalen, 
Austin Harns. Hazen Jagoe. 
Stanley SISK, Clifford Cham- 
berlain. Interment Was in Par- 
ish Cemetery Relatives 4 
friends attended from BC. PEL, 
Monoon, Plaster Rock. Ed- 
mondston. Newcastle, Freder 
icton A surroundino areas 

THANK YOU 

Adeline DeGrace and family 
express sincere thanks to rela- 
tives, friends & neighbours tor 
their support following Gary's 
death. Special thanks to Rev. 
Arseneau, altar servers and to 
those who gave mass offenngs, 
memorials & Cancer Society. 
Heart Fund. Floral tributes. 
sympathy cards and donations 
of food The kindness shown by 
Elhatton's Funeral Home will 
ong be remembered. 



SERVICES 



SERVICES 



PLACEMENT AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATELY 

At Melanson Special Care Home 

Canada Ltd. 

Licensed 24 hour service, meal preparation, 

laundry, cleaning of rooms and more. Friendly, 

bilingual staff in a home atmosphere, write: 

P. O. Box 883 

Bathurst, N. B. 

E2A 4H7 
or phone 548-8546 anytime 



SALES & REPAIRS 



All models of sewing machines and vacuum 
cleaners. Bags for all vacuums Scissor 
Sharpening, etc. 

340 Hennessy St. - 548-9343 



HELP OFFERED 
GALS / GUYS! 

After you wash your dress clothing and you do not like 
to iron them Bring your blouses, dresses, skirts, 
pants, shirts, etc for EXPERT PRESSING to: 




Rainbow 
Dry Cleaners 




640 St Peter Ave 
YOUR ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY DRY CLEANER 



548-4440 




GAS TANK REPAIR 



BENNETT'S 

We serve* el model*. ms*M tni *ln ol tank* tor 

e*n tut HIM**. ALL TANKS ARE BEPAWED AND 

COATED AT THE SHOP ON ROUGH WATERS OR 
SAME CAY SERVICE. LIFETIME GUARANTEE. 
NEW t COATED TANKS. WE ALSO DO OIL PANS 



FREE 
ESTIMATES 



546-6280 



50-t.f. 



DOZER RENTAL 




For more information call 
542-1100 



NORCO CONSTRUCTION 

Specializing in: 
Home Renovations 
New Home Building 
Teebar Ceilings 
Metal Stud & Drywall 
FOR INFO CALL: 

546-2850 or 548-3565 



LANDRY CONSTRUCTION 

SPECIALIZING IN: 

ROOFING SIDING 

PATIOS & DECKS -RENOVATIONS 

Free Estimates 

can CLAUDE 546-1682 



ROOFING 




For energy efficiency and cost 
efficiency, let us check your roof. 
We'll make all repairs, or com- 
pletely rebuild, at a reasonable 
price. Estimates gladly given. 

Call now! 

546-6201 or 
548-2941 



CAMERON 
CONSTRUCTION 



DON CAMERON 



SERVICES 



Will do construction work 
patio, dry wall, shed, garage 
etc Call 546 8146 

I do drywall, taping and 
painting Quality work, rea 
sonable rates. Free esti 
mates Call 546 4315 



BRAD JENKS 

Backhoe Services 

Excavating 

Water & sewage hook-ups 

Septic tank installation 

Snow removal 

548-9271 




SURFACE BA1 
REPAIR 

An exclusive process. 

Not an epoxy. 

3 yr. written guarantee. 

Done right in your home. 

No need to remove tub. 

Looks & feels like new. 

Choice 36 colors. 

Special baking units. 

Bake paint in tub. 

Porcelain 4 Fiberglass 

Repair 
Recolor, Refinishing 

Call tor Free Estimates 

5*8-0883 



DISC 
JOCKEY 

Wide variety of 
music to satisfy all 
tastes. 

Phone 548-51 05 
or 546-5250 



PHASER PEDDLE 

GENERAL CARPENTER 

Interior & exterior. Re- 
pairs & renovations 
Basements air exchan- 
gers, siding, roofing, pa- 
tios, fencing & painting 

546-3088 



PRINTING 

LETTERHEAD ENVE- 
LOPES BUSINESS 
FORMS BROCHURES 
BOOKS LABELS AD- 
VERTISING MAILOUTS 
INVITATIONS POSTERS 

DIRECTORIES 

PROGRAPH 

548-8934 

353 Laurier St., 
Bathurst, N. B. 



SERVICES S.V. SERVICES 



Window Cleaning 
Tree Trimming 
Property Cleaning 



Chimney Cleaning 
> Lawn Cutting 
Pool Servicing 



CALL BEFORE JULY 30 AND PAY ONLY 
$55. plus tax For inground winterizing 
$35 plus tax Foi outground winterizing 

FOR FREE ESTIMATES ASK FOR STEVE 

546-3699 



HEALTHY HABITS 

We are located at the Bathurst Mall. Aerobic 
Classes. All classes low impact. Certified Instruc- 
tor. 1st Week Free. 

Call 548 9101 



R 



entennial 
renovations ltd. 



FREE ESTIMATES 

Specializing in Home Improvements 

Siding Patios Orywall 

Roofing Fences Cabinets 

Special summer '91 price on a 60'xU 
mini home. You decide on the floor plan 

DELIVERED & SET UP $31,298.60 + taxes 

546-5118 




STOTHART 

INUTE 



CONDITIONAL LIFETIME GUARANTEE FREE 
INSPECTION- ESTIMATES INSTALLATION 
CUSTOM PIPE BENDING COMPLETE BRAKE 

^ummtmmm ft 

355 MURRAY AVE. 

548-8980 




Venetian Blinds 

Vertical Blinds 

Canvas-Shades 

FREE ' 
ESTIMATES 

FINANCING AVAILABLE 



Tromblay Rd 
Petit Rochef 

783-2547 



Do yourself a favor, 
before your next 
buy, check our 
super prices, ser- 
vice and quality. 



THE "HANDY MAN" 
548-0002 

Specializing in Exterior & Interior Cleaning 

Walks Windows Cement Work 

Driveways Debris left by the winter snow 

Lawn mowing 

House Painting (interior & exterior), etc. 
Garbage pick up Driveway Swept 

Leaves raked & bagged 
First lawn mowing included 

Reg size lawn $35 Medium $55 Large - negotiable 

For more information or appointment 
Call the Handyman 548-0002 



NOTICES 




CITY OF BATHURST 
VILLE DE BATHURST 
Summer Hours -City Hall 

Please be advised 
that effective July 2, 
1991 to August 30, 
1991 inclusive the 
hours of operation for 
City Hall off ices will be 
from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 
p.m. 



REWARD 

For information leading 
to the return of a 30 HP 
Manner Outboard Motor 
stolen between 2 00 a m 
and 3.00 am' Juno 28th 
on Bridge St 

548-2950 

All information received 
will remain in confidence 



LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE 
TO: DAVID BASQUE and BERNICE 
BASQUE Mortgagor*, ownwt ol ih 
quily ol redemption; 
AND TO ALL OTHERS 
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; 

THERE WILL BE SOLD AT 
PUBLIC AUCTION, al llw GlouoM- 
tot County Court Houte. 254 Si. 
Paine* Street. Bathurtt. N.B.. on (Si. 
John SUM entrance), on July 23rd. 
1S1 al 10:00 a.m. local tune. th 
Freehold property situated in Rough 
Walen. in me Par *h of Bathurti. in 
the County ol GtouoMW and Pro- 
vince ol New Brunswick: said prop- 
erty being more particularly de- 
icrbed in a mortgage from DAVID 
BASQUE and BERNICE BASQUE 
lo C.I. B.C MORTGAGE CORPO- 
RATION, dated September 3rd. 
1987. and Registered in the 
Gloucester County Registry Office 
on September 8th 1987. as Number 
18SIB1. ol Volume 1124. al Pages 

444 to 452 

Sale conducted pursuant to the 
Property Act. R.S.N.B.. 1973. Ch 
P-19. as amended and the terms ol 
laid mortgage. 

DATED at Bathurst. N.B 
17th day ol June. 1991. 

C.I.B.C. 

MORTGAGE CORPORATION 
PER: Michel A. Robichaud 
Solicitor lor the Mortgagee 
For further information 
please contact: 

ROBICHAUD. GOOIN. WILLIAMSON 
THERIAULT I, JOHNS TONE 
Barristers Solicitors 
Bathurst. N. B. 
Tel: 548 882' 
Alt'n: Michel A. RoWchajd 



SERVICES 




ACE 

Bathtub 

Repair 

'Don't replace, repair" 

REPAIR, REGLAZE AND CHANGE COLOR 

ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE! 

We restore the original 
COLOR < BRIGHTNESS-- SHINE/ 
Easier to clean than new... 

GUARANTEED 

Haven't You Done It The Hard Way Long Enough? 
ANYWHERE IN NEW BRUNSWICK 

FREE ESTIMATE 
SO. VE YOUR PROBLEMS FOREVER WITH ONE PHONE CALL 

548-9459 




FLOWER SHOP & GARDEN CENTER 

"Where the flowers are charming.... 

And the Price Is nice" 

TO SAVE MONEY 

ALL ALL ALL 

Shrubs Green Cross Bark, Soil & 

& Trees Products Manure 



25% Off 



15% Off 



15% Off 



BIRTHDAY WISHES 



MAN ALIVE 
ADELINE 




Happy Birthday 

July 6 
from Guess Who? 



Kalphy Ralphy 

Home at last 

Another Birthday 

Came so fast 

So short 

And Sweet 

And yet so wise 

He's still alert at 




'// i-ii '.clay is Senior's Ddy 
.i vir 10% ot( everything 



2010 CARRON PT. DR. 

(near Theriault's Groceries. East Bathurst) 



24 hr 7 Diiy Answering S> 

Tel' 548-2173 Fax: 548 8434 

9 am to 9 pm 7 Days a wet-K 



YOU WERE CUTE 
ATONE 




NOW YOU'RE 

CUTER AT 

21 




HAPPYMTBDM 
fflCOLE 

From your family 




LANTIC HOME 
IMPROVEMENTS 



1100 St. Peter Ave. 



Homequard 

VINYL REPLACEMENT 

WINDOWS 

Eliminate drafts, reduce heating 
costs. Easy to clean from tho in- 
side. No mess installation. 
Professionally Installed 
Custom made to fit the opening 
Will not rust, corrode, warp or peel 

548-4646 



! DAYMOND VINYL SIDING 



aint again 



"QUALITY WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 

FREE ESTIMATES WEEKENDS OR NIGHTS 



lyouUnevorh 
.r.Ltfatime^Wanran^^ 



Roland Basque 
Manager 
548-2263 



Brian Lavigne 

Sales Rep 

725-5428 



Rick Moore 

Sales Rep 

546-6481 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



Workers 

Compensation 

Board 




JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



Commission 
des accidents 
du travail 



PROGRAMMER / ANALYST 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT 

The Workers' Compensation Board ot New Brunswick 
is now accepting applications for the position of Program 
mer / Analyst at the Saint John Office 

Reporting to the Systems Development Manager the 
candidate develops and writes computer program specifi 
cabon documentation; writes computer programs main 
tains existing production systems, devises sample test 
data and tests computer programs 

The successful candidate will have a High School 
Diploma followed by a two year course leading to a 
certificate in computer programming Familiarity with the 
VAX VMS Operating Systems, VAX Language Sensitive 
Editor. VAX Code Management System. VAX Common 
Data Dictionary, VAX COBOL, VAX Datatneve and VAX 
RdB is essential The ability to orally interact, read and 

write French and English would be preferred 
The annual salary range is from $28 2?2 to $33 908 

with a complete benefit program aval j 
Equal opportunity employer 
Letters of application along with a resume must be 

received in our office no later than July 12 1991 

addressed to: 

Personnel Officer 
Workers' Compensation Board 

P. Box 160 

Saint John. N B 

E2L 3X9 



JOB OPPORTUNITY 

Permanent/Part-time. 30-35 hours per 
week. Must be bilingual and have between 
1 & 2 years experience dealing with the 
public and cash. A working record and 
name of last employer must be supplied. 1 9 
years and over only need to apply. 

546-2606 

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
ask for manager 



PORTRAIT STUDIO OPENING 
Immediate Position 

If you are people-oriented, professional and 
have a smiling, energetic personality, you'll have 
great success working in the portrait industry. 
K-Mart portrait Studios are seeking individuals 
with an interest in photography or management 
to be trained in our business. Photography or 
Sales experience a plus, but will train. Com- 
prehensive benefits package. Paid training. 

For immediate consideration call: 

Aqullla Lozler (506) 546-9819 
Or apply in person Thursday July 4 
Between 12 - 4:00 p.m. at: 

The K-Mart Portrait Studio 
700 St. Peter Ave. 
Bathurst, N.B. EOE 



L 



AUTOGLASS 

REPLACEMENT PERSON 

WANTED 

Preferably experienced or mechani- 
cally inclined for full-time employ- 
ment. 
Please mail or drop off resume to: 

APPLE 

Auto Class 

1100 St. Peter Ave 





LET 

CAREER CANADA 
LEAD YOU INTO 

THE 90'S 



Specialists in Hearth Related Diploma 
Programs 

DENTAL CHAIRSIDE ASSISTANT 
MEDICAL OFFICE LAB ASSISTANT 
MEDICAL DENTAL RECEPTIONIST 

ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY TECHNICIAN 
TRAVEL CAREERS (Reservec on site) 
HOTEL OPERATIONS & MGMT. 

Day Classes / Night Classes 




1-800-565-6574 

2315 Riverside Drive, Ottawa 
Hamilton OTTAWA Toronto 
2826 C19 



Avon 



16 and over 

women or men 

Sell with or without 

a territory 
Sign up lee $1700 

Free kit 
If interested 

Call 783-7119 



EMPLOYMENT 



WANTED 

Assistant Manager 
for John's Gas & 
Grocery Ltd Store 
(East Bathurst) 
CALL 

548-9274 



JOB OPPORTUNITY 

Earn Extra $$$ 

Part time and full time representatives positions 
available throughout North Shore area 

Call 548-0011 



CASHIER WANTED 

Experienced cashier wanted for bhift work. 
2:30 p.m.to 1 1 p.m. at John's Gas & Grocery Ltd. 
Store (East Bathurst). 

CALL 548-9274 



COOK REQUIRED 

Must have some experience 
in food service 

30 hrs per week (Monday - Friday) 
Apply in person 

PITCHERS PUB 

at the Bo 

939 St. Peter Ave. 
546-6812 



WANTED 

Bilingual Hairdresser or Barber 
Apply in person at: 

MAGIC CUTS 

1300 St. Peter Ave. 

Bathurst, N. B. 

548-9634 

ask for Sandy 



SALES CLERK WANTED 

Must be willing to work evenings and have 
knowledge in health food industry. 

Send Resume to: 

D. Berry 

RR# 2, Box 15, Site 17 
Beresford, N.B., EOB 1HO 



CASHIER WANTED 

For full time employment with advancement 
possibilities. The ideal candidate should be 
bilingual with grade 12 or equivalent. Experi- 
ence not necessary but an asset. 
Apply in person. 



panntur [.'Express Proprlo 
1309 ST. PETER AVE 





LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE 

JEROME-BOUDREAU 
District scolaire no 41 

Beresford, N.B. 
Annee scolaire 1991-1992 

La Commission scolaire Jerome-Boudreau 
recevra les offres do service pour le poste 
d'enseignement suivant: 

ECOLE SECONDAIRE NEPISIGUIT 

Un-e enseignant-e a temps plein chimie 1 1 e 
annee. 

Les candidat-e-s interesse-e-s sont prie-e-s 
de faire parvenir leur offre de service et un 
expose de carriers detaille au soussigne au plus 
tard le 12 Juillet 1991. 

R.L. Cormier 

Directeur general 

District scolaire no 41 

C.P. 1000 

Beresford, N.B. 

EOB 1HO 



EMPLOYMENT 



Mature man, liscense 
plumber, pipe lillor. prop 
ane gas installer, supervis 
ory experience 27 years in 
tlio trade 546 8896 



JOB OFFER 

A new company to the 
area is looking lor sen 
ous, sell motivated indi 
victuals who are inter- 
ested in making money 

Multi level marketing 
requires only 10-15 
hours per week and can 
be very profitable. 

For more information 

Call 548-3700 

Between 1 p m 44pm 

Monday to Friday 



TRAVEL FREE 

& WORK IN 

CRUISELINES 

From Clerical to Hospi- 
tality Positions Call: 

(604) 944-8117 



ASSEMBLERS! 

Excellent wages' Spare time 
assembly Easy work at 
home No experience 
Call 1-504-641-7778 

Ext W252 

Open 24 hours 

Including Sunday 



MIDDLE EAST 
EMPLOYMENT 

$100 Billion estimated lor Ku 

wan recovery work protects 

Al trades and occupations 

Serious inquiries only 1 

1-504-641-7778 

Ext. W2S2, 24 hours. 



JOB OPPORTUNITY 

Part time Merchandiser 

Tracadie. Bathurst. 
Campbelton area Late 
model car Hourly wage 
plus mileage Bilingual- 
ism an asset. 

Please toward resume to 

RRG 

P.O. Box 930 

Monclon. N.B. 

E1C 8N8 



TENDERS 



SALE BY TENDER 
CHURCH PROPERTY 

it. Gabnel's Mission Church in 
Mitchell Settlement. N.b. 
A- All wood structure in very 
good condition. Church n built 
about 100 ft from road. Drive- 
ways on txn" sides ol church 
with a good parking area 

I- Area ol land- approx. 3'A 
acres Dimensions 380 It lacing 
Mitchell Road, 400 ft depth ol 

ot. Partially cleared balance 

woods. 

C- Tenders will be reviewed by 

our "Church Committee' and 

heir decision will be final The 

wrest tender might not be the 

ender chosen 

)- All Tenders must be re- 
ceived by the Committee Clos 
mg da'a, August ism. 1991 

enders sent to: 

:HURCH COMMITTEE 

CO CHARMAN Bert GA SMITH 
O Box 19 
acquel River. N.B. 
OB 1TO 



LEASING 



AUTO 

LEASING 



ull line of new Chrysler 
roducts Immediate deliv- 
ry on most models Lease 
can be tailored to suit your 
dividual needs Quota 
ons given on request 

PHONE OR VISIT 

BAYSIOE 
HR YSL ER DODGE L TO. 

t Pettr Av. Ph. 546-6606 



Workers' Commission 

Compensation fi/A des accidents 
Board du travail 

TECHNICAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT 

The Worker*' Compensation Board is now accepting 
anplications for the position of Technical Support Techm 
at (he Saint John Office 



The successful candidate will install and maintain 
computer and network hardware and system software; 
assist in network planning and site security management; 
maintain a materials management system; support 
computer-related environment and provide Help Desk 
support 

The successful candidate will have a certificate in 
computer programming or electronic technology from a 
community college with emphasis on data communica- 
tions and electronic technology Familiarity with VAX VMS 
Operating System would be an asset Good trouble 
shooting and communications skills are essential The 
ability to oraly interact, read and write French and English 
would be preferred 

The annual salary range is from $28,929 to $34,034 
with a complete benefit program availabe 

Equal opportunity employer 

Letters ol application along with a resume must be 
received in our office no later than July 12. 1991 
addressed to 

Personnel Officer 
Workers' Compensation Board 

P O. Box 160 

Saint John, N B 

E2L 3X9 




EMPLOIS DISPONIBLES 

Cette compagnie a pour mission de voir a ('application d un 
systeme de prevention afin de proteger les avoirs des membres 
dans les differentes cooperatives affiliees au Mouvement Coopera 

tif Acadien 

Void une opportunite de vous joindre a une equipe dynamique 
soucieuse de sa reputation et de ('importance de (excellence du 
service Si vous dies vous memo confiant et hautement motive le 
poste decrit a dessous pourrait vous interesser 

INSPECTEUR-VERIFICATEUR 

Les personnes choisies, sous I'autorite du Directeur des 
Services Unis de Verification et d'lnspection Inc , effectueront la 
verification des etats financiers des cooperatives et des caisses 
populates ainsi que I'inspection de ces dernieres 

Les personnes recherchees sont membres de ('association 
professionnelle des C A ou des C G A De ('experience dans un 
domaine connexe serait un atout 

Deux poatea dans la region de Madawaska / Victoria Les 
personnes choisies devront demeurer dans la region immediate de 
St-Basile 

Deux pote a Place de I'Acadie. 

De plus, les personnes choisies pourraient etre demandees de 
se deplacer a I'interieur de la province et devront fournir tour 
automobile 

Nous offrons un salaire concurrentiel, une gamme complete 
d avantage sociaux et une carriere dans un environnement en 
constante evolution Toute candidature sera traitee de maniere 
oonfidentielle 

Si vous croyez posseder les competences deja mentjonnees 
priere de faire parvenir votre demande par ecrit, accompagnee d un 
curriculum vitae, au plus tard le 8 (uillet 1991. a 

Fernand Doiron, directeur 

Division Ressources Humaines 

La Federation des Caisses Populates 

Acadiennes Lte"e 

C.P. 920, Caraquet (NB) EOB 1KO 

Les Services Unis de Verification et d'lnspection Inc offrent d 
chances demploi egales a tous 






YARD SALES 



3 family yard sale. Sat July 
oil i Bam to 2pm 2041 
Rough Walur Drive 



3rd Annual Giant Yard 
Sale Sat & Sun July 6 & 
7th 8am 1 54 rue LaPlanle 
(road alter Church). Petit 
Rocher Cancel it rain 



Community yard sale Sat 
July 13th being held on the 
grounds ot Herntage 
Trailer Park 2790 Budge 
SI, starting 10am. rain or 
shine 



Giant Garage Sale, million 
things including antiques, 
starting at 7am. Sal. July 6. 
Notre Dames des Erables 



Multi family yard sale at 
1533 Alexandre Dr. Sat 
July 6 at Bam. rain date 
Sunday Loads ot Archie 
Books, household needs, 
toys, domes, etc. 



Sat. July 6, Bam to 1pm 
Rain or shine Baby items, 
furniture, wicker, nintendo. 
plus numerous items Mam 
Rd. North Tetagouche, 1/4 
mile before Rec Center 



Sat. July 6 Sam to 1 2 noon 
Many books, etc 1095 
Winton Crest 



Saturday July 6th, 8 am to 
1 2 noon 725 Golf Street 5 
families. 



Saturday July 6th. 9am at 
234 Hillside AVE. Rain date 
July 13th 



Saturday July 6th. 8 am to 
4pm 560 Gosnell Rain or 
shine 



EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 



For sale, MTD lawn tractor 
12 h.p. with mower Cal 
783-3464 alter 6 p m 



MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE 



1983 Honda CR 125 dirt 
bike, excellent condition, 
new rear tire, asking 
$1.000 548-8343 



1 mobylette just like new. 
org. mileage 850 miles 
Asking $300 546 9209 



BOATS FOR SALE 



1986. 17lt boat with trolleri 
motor 25 h p Jonson mcl 
ontrol & water pump 
Good cond $900 
7833102 



1 20 loot Chestnut Canoe 
Good condition 546-5873 



GARAGE SALES 



Sat July 6. Irom 8 am to 
6pm Also swings for sale at 
2859 Miramichi Ave 
548 3015 



GARAGE sale Moving 
must sell yard equipment, 
furniture, kids' slut! and 
more Sal July Gth 9am to 
1pm rain or shine 2775 
Bridge SI Bathurst (near 
the Bass River) 



Garage sale Sal. July 6th 
Irom 8 am to 6pm Also 
Swings lor sale at 2859 
Miramichi Ave 548-3015 



PETS FOR SALE 



1 female black poodle for 
sale 3 months old Price 
$175 546-4916 



Spaniel dog. color liver & 
white 6 months old (Fe 
male) 783-8966 



WANTED TO BUY 



looking to buy Fax ma- 
chine, retail clothes rack, 
glass shelving, humidilier, 
and wood barrel 542-9612 
alter 5pm 



Wanted Used stove & 
Indge Call 548 8615 after 
5pm. 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 



STORAGE SPACE to rent 
Located at 1000 Si Peter 
Ave , (lower level). Avail- 
able from March 1 5/91 Ap- 
prox. 3,200 sq. ft. Drive in 
ramp from ground level 
High ceilings with few ob- 
structions Call 546-6856 
for further information 



Warehouse lor rent Apply 
at W. J Cormier or call 
546 2526 



BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 



Acceptance Corp. for Inter- 
national Metal Bldg Mir. ol 
Industrial/Commercial A 
Agricultural buildings 
selecting independent 
dealer for open areas. En- 
gineering & sales support 
provided. Serious inquiries. 
Mr. Moore at 
1 303-759-3200 Ext 267 



NORTHERN LIGHT 

CLASSIFIED 
INEXPENSIVE & 

EFFECTIVE 
Call 546-4491. 



The Northern Light, Wed.. July 3. 1991 9A 
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 



BUSINESS FOR SALE 

Well established, food business, great po- 
tential for growth, good family business 
Priced to move quickly in the 20's 

CENTRAL-TTGUARANTY 



BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 

For sale Knudson 5" & 6" seamless 
eaves troughing machine and 1988 
1 6 cu. ft. Ford Van. Serious inquiries 
only. 

1 -856-9838 



MINI HOME DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE 
BATHURST AREA 

Excellent line of Mini Homes at competitive prices 

Commercial Units 

Unlimited profit potential 

Protected territory and full factory service 

Existing dealer inquiries welcome 

Please Contact: 

GENERAL EASTERN HOMES LTD. 

283 Church Street 

Amherst, N.S., B4H 3E2 

Attn: Christens Dunfield 

Sales Manager 

Tel: 902-667-1600 
Fax: 902-667-0212 

Twenty-five successful dealers currently selling 
our Mini Homes in Atlantic Canada. 



AUTOS FOR SALE 



AUTOS FOR SALE 




SALES 
SERVICE 

BATHURST INTERNATIONAL 

Bere.ford 548-4515 





OUTBOARDS 



2.5 to 275 h.p. motors Quick silver marine parts 
& accessories Special prices for commercial 
fishermen Call for prices on our good selection of 
used engines Sales & Service 



SEALY ENTERPRISE LID. 

Clifton 



546-3977 



1983 Ols Cutlas Supreme, 
tilt, cruise, stereo, 4 new 
T.A., S Asking $2.500 
neg 548-2213. 



1985 Ford Tempo, 5 spd. 
licensed, inspected, must 
sell Asking price $1.650 
For info call 548 4645 



NOTICES 




1986 Nissan 200 SX. auto 
78.000KM, excellent cond 
fully loaded $7,000 
548 2288 

1988 Cavalier RS, red, 2 dr, 
5 spd, 4 cyl. Fl, PS, PB. P 
runk, ralley wheels, let- 
tered tires, tilt, sunroof 
52.000KM, $8.900 neg 
783 8829 



1985 Hyundai Pony 
$1,500 Phone 546-2792 or 
I 548-5974 



VILLE DE BERESFORD 
AVIS PUBLIC 

(En verlu de I article 68 de la LOI SUR L'URBANISME) 
La mumapalite de Beresford Inc. a ('intention d'adopter un arrete modifiant son arrete 
no. 18-1982 intitule 'Arrete adoptant un plan municipal de Berestora' et un arrete 
modifiant son arrete no 25-1982 intitule Arrete de zonage de Beresford* 

Le but de la modification a I'arrete adoptant le plan municipal de Beresford est pour 
>rolonger le long de la rue Comeau la zone CC-2 (commerce central 2) deji existante en 
xarduro de la rue Principal (route 134). 

Le but de la modification a I'arrete de zonage est de rezoner de residentiel a 
commerce central 2 un terrain appartenant a M Eugene Frenette pour permettre 
'operation d'un etang a truites. 

Les personnes mteressees peuvent consulter ce projet d'arrete au bureau du 
secretaire-greffier municipal a I'holol de ville de Beresford. N.B., de 9HOO a 16HOO 
pendant les jours ouvrables 

Les objections au projet d arroi6 presentees par ecrit seront etudiees lors d'une 
audience publique qui se bendra en la sallo du Conseil a Beresford, N B , le 08 julllet, 
1991 a 19H30 Toute personne qui desire defendre ces objections ecrites oil s'y oppose! 
pourra le faire a ces temps et lieu 

Les objections ecrites dorvent etre adressees a Norval Godin. secretaire-greffier 
municipal, C P 600. Bereslord. N.B.. EOB 1HO 



LE CONSEIL MUNICIPAL DE 
BERESFORD INC. 
Par: NORVAL GODIN 
Secretaire-greffier 




K" 

TOWN OF BERESFORD 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

(By virtue of Section 25 of the Community Planning Act) 
The Beresford Municipal Council is proposing a change to its Municipal Development 
Plan being by-law No 18-1982 entitled "The Beresford Municipal Development Plan' 
and its zoning by-law being no 25-1982 entitled "Beresford Zoning By law' 

The purpose of the change to the Municipal Development By-law is to extend onto rue 
Someau the CC 2 zone (Central Commercial 2) already in existence along rue 
Prmcipale (route 134). 

The purpose of the change to the zoning by-law is to rezone from residential to central 
commercial 2. a parcel of land owned by Mr Eugene Frenette, to allow the operation ol a 
trout pond 

A meeting will be held on July 08, 1991 at 7 30 p m at the Bereslord Municipal Office 
for public presentation of the proposed modification 

Any objections to the proposed amendment must be presented to Council in writing All 
objections should be forwarded to the Town Clerk within thirty (30) days ot the public 
xesentation 

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL 
OF BERESFORD INC. 
Per: Norval Godin, Clerk 
P. O. Box 600 

Beresford, N B 
EOB 1HO 




1979 Chev Caprice. 
Classic, 4 dr auto. Has 
safety inspection Lots ol 
new parts Runs very well 
Needs some body work 
548-2335 



TRAILERS FOR SALE 



1965, 37ft Glondale travel 
trailer (1 '/, bedroom). 
bathroom with shower 
Plenty of closet space Liv 
ing room, kitchen with oak 
cupboards. Asking $2.000 
obo 5488261 



1979 Lextra tent trailer. 
sleeps 8. good condition 
548-4635 



1980 197, It Master Coach 
Trailer lor sale 546-3276 



1981 Lionel 500 hardtop 
trailer. 3 way fridge, prop- 
ane stove, furnace, 2 way 
lights, closet, lots of stor- 
age, very good condition 
Always stored during 
winter 546 6309 



LEGAL NOTICES 



INFORMATION WANTED 
TO SETTLE AN ESTATE. 
Anyone knowing the whereabout* ol 
In* ne>t-o(-kin o Leo Rictiard M* 
Unt on. aKi nonard R Bell, who 
w bom ft BMhunt. New Brunt 
wick, on March 27. 1808. ton ol 
Henry rx) Ann Metarwon. kindly 
conucr 

OHIO* ol the Deputy 
ONicM Adrrin.trttx 
Vancouver Region 

0667530 
Attention: Unde J. v.t)*y 
5501050 Weu Pendet Street 
Vancouver. BC 
V8E 3S7 



Tbwuawb of Caaadians 
re wiiting for the 

Kifiof 

Ufe-sariitg transplant. 
The Kidney Foundation 

of Canada 

TRM you to sign u 
organ donor card. 



THE NORTHERN LIGHT 

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546-4491 



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ARTICLES FOR SALE 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 


FOR SALE 


Queen size boxed spnng 
lor sale $125 Call 
783 3265 after 5pm 


1915 Willis uptight piano, 
cabinet, keys & bench Re- 
cently refinished Complete 
with new castors $2.000 
Reason lor selling mov- 
ing 1 759-7422 


Camp for sale 3 acres ind 
Brook running through 
property call 546-6571 af- 
ter 5pm ask tor Marc 


Selling windows & doors 
Various sizes 783-7370 


COTTAGES FOR SALE 


Single mattress, OK shape, 
good lor camp ol cottage 
Asking $20 Call after 5pm 
al 548 5082 


1974 Ariens 8h p 32 inch 
cut snow blower $300 
Needs some repair 
548-3557 


3 bedroom cottage si- 
tuated in Petit Rocher 
Spacious beach front lot 
783 3693 after 6 00 pm 


Sofa bed & chair, floor 
model color TV $900 for 
all 546-1201 


1987 Hyundai Pony, one 
owner, lady driven, 1600oc, 
Sspd. am/lm cassette. 
59.000KM Asking $3,300 
5465334 


BUILDINGS FOR SALE 


One shed B'x 16 3/4' 
plywood roof & floor $800 
For more information cal 
548 2638 


Stereo for Sale Receiver 
7220 PE Nad Cassett deck 
6340 Nad Dolby B-C NR 
HX PRO C-D player 5340 
Nad with remote Speaker 
B & W 550 with stand 
$2.000 neg 783-7038 


1 bed and ond hutch $350 
for both pieces. 783-8203 


Large building on corner o 
Bridge St & Sutherland 
Ave Over 4000 sq ft floor 
area on 1 85 acres 
$28.000 Phone 548 9336 
or 548 5245 


1 Yamaha PSS-170 Elec- 
tronic Keyboard, excellent 
condition $100 1-225 AMP 
Miller" AC Welder $200 2 
skateboards 548 2950 af 
tor 5 30pm 


Brides maid dress, cherry 
red, sz 12, 3/4 length, was 
$300 asking $150 
5484627 


MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 


10' x 46' Glendale Mobile 
Home, excellent starter 
home. $8,500, must be 
moved 546-8691 


2 pc French Provincial liv- 
ing room set $900 firm 
Light beige Mint condition, 
must be seen 783-2940 or 
548-3557 


FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft. lengths, $65 cord 
4 ft. lengths, $75 cord 

783-4650 
783-4583 


1979 Mobile Home for sale 
72 x 14, 3 bedrooms, price 
$25,000 Call 548-3580 


80 Archie Comic Books lor 
sale Doubles & singles in 
good to excellent condition 
Will sell all for $25 Also lor 
sale girl's roller skates 
White figure skate style, in 
size 4 Like new, $15 Call 
546 6098 after 5 pm 


For Sale - Mobile home 
garage & lot Mine Road 
$20.000 548-9381. 


LOTS FOR SALE 


16 acres on Sutherland 
Ave. 400 ft. frontage with 
lots of trees Asking $8,700 
Phone 548-9336 or 
548-5245 


FREE Bailed hay to give 
away 548-3597 


FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

All Maple 
8' le iht 
$65 per cord delivered 

783-7076 


FURNITURE 
and 
APPLIANCES 
SALE 

Call 546-2188 
After 5:00 p.m. 


LOT FOR SALE 

Building lot with view of 
6-mile brook in Middle 
River 
120' wide x 498' long. 

546-3858 


FOR SALE- 2 refrigerator 
cases, good for lobster 
shop Call John at 
548-4111. 


Terrain a vendre, Dunlop 
Sud. 5 acres $16.500 ne- 
gotiable Tel: 546-8192 




FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

All Hardwood 
8' length, 16" or 2' 

548-3958 


KINGSTON 
FIREWOOD 

Custom spin wood, cut & 
split. 16, 18, 20 & 24 mcti 
length All beech t maple. 
547-8195 or 
1-622-0765 


Lot for sale, in Rough Wa- 
ter, near Recreation Cen- 
ter. Partly landscaped 
242 x 180. For more infor- 
mation 548-3478. 


LOT 
FOR SALE 

Youghall Beach 
Prime Location 
100' x 110' 
Suitable for 
Cottage or home 
Call 

1-452-7218 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 




FRENETTE SPORTSCARDS 
Buying & Selling 

Sets - Boxes Packs - Singles - Supplies 
Tel. 546-9466 Beresford 

Also at Chaleur Centre Mall 
Every Saturday 



LOTS FOR SALE 



REAL ESTATE 



REAL ESTATE 




9.75% 



to dung* without nolle*. 



OPEN HOUSES 

Sunday, July 7th 
2:00 pm - 4:00 p.m. 




1189 CENTENNIAL ST. 1570 RIVERBANK DR. 

Remodelled bungalow featuring large 3 bedroom multi-split with lots ol 

kitchen with nook, formal dining room, 3 cupboards space, IV} bath, rec room 

bedrooms, rec room and r/, bath and detached garage 



WEST BATHURST Wei 

maintained, this split level 
hoi 3 bedrooms and hard- 
wood floors In Irving room 
Lower level features lovely 
apartment for extra Incom- 
e Well landscaped lot with 
several mature trees and 
ako 1 6' x32' Inground swim- 
ming poo) (390-11 Excl) 
FRONT SPLIT... Spacious 
kitchen with ample cup- 
boards, dining area com- 
bined. Basement could 
easly be converted Into an 
apartment with private 
entrance leading from 
back of house Garage 
unattached with wood 
stove to remain. Laundry, 
workshop. Mng room and 
bedrooms all In parquet 
hardwood. (361-12 Excl) 
WALK TO SCHOOL.... 5 
bedrooms. 2 full baths, rec 
room with wood stove. 
veryspackx*. 1,000 ft from 
Beresford school, asking in 
the S40's (371-4 Excl) 
BAIF VILLAGE SUBD 1 
yr old home, oak floors and 
cupboards, cathedral ceil- 
ing In Irving room, built-in 
appliances, central vac- 
uum, air exchanger and 
much more This home 
must be seen to be appre- 
ciated, cal and make an 
appointment, you won't 
be disappointed. (372-12 
Excl) 



COUNTRY LIVING 
($7. COO) Tastefully 
appointed 3 bedroom 
bungalow on a large lot 
backing on to Middle River 
Featuring custom built 
kitchen with birch cup- 
boards, comfortable 
dining area with built-in 
china cabinet, large tving 
room with picture window, 
and 4 piece bathroom 
FresNy painted Interior. This 
house is a must for the (is 
cnmative buyerl (367-11 
Excl) 

MUST SELL... New con- 
struction sifting on 4 acres 
of land, asking very much 
appraised value. This 
french style 3 bedroom 
home can be yours at an 
amazing low price (309-6 
Excl) 

COTTAGE... Two bed- 
rooms, situated on beach 
front lot, offering beautiful. 
unobstructed view of Bay 
of Chaleur Excellent 
beach and swimming 
area. Potential for rental 
income. Asking 537.000 00 
(441-11 Excl) 

COMMERCIAL.... 1 acre 
lot on Route 134. hat a 6 
bedroom horn* which was 
rented per room. Priced to 
sen. ccd now (345-6 MLS) 



DON'T BUY UNTIL VOL 

vlvw this modem home 
totalling 2.300 sq ft. of Uv 
ing space. Featuring 
bedrooms, 2 fun baths 
bright kitchen with noot. 
and dining area, rec room 
and Iving room with pahc 
doors leading to rear deck 
Extra spacious throughou 
and situated In excellen 
neighbourhood, this beau- 
tiful cozy home Is only 3 yn 
old. (114.900) (316-4 MLS) 

COMPLETELY FURN 

ISHED. . . Only $59.600 one 
even the dishes, pots, pan 
and central vacuum sys 
tern U Included In this 126C 
sq ft. bungalow with cor 
port. Main level features 
bedrooms and brick fire 
place. Lower level ha 
large rec. room and 
bedroom. The 90'x300' to 
Is treed and paved. (442-J 
MLS) 

BEACH FRONT COT 
TAGE... Situated or 
Jacques Cartler Prome 
node. Quality beach one 
swimming area. Feature! 
large kitchen and Irvine 
room, 2 bedrooms and 1 
piece bathroom. For only 
$26.000 you can have fun 
In the tun In a gorgeous 
location. (424-11 Excl) 



OVER 130 PHOTOS OF AVAILABLE 
HOMES AT OUR BATHURST MALL LOCATION 



1300 St. Pttor Avt. 
Bithur.t 



546-6800 



921 RIM 

BerBtford 



SUZANNE LANTErGNE 546-6175 MIKE RICHARDSON 783 Bl'03 

CLAUDETTE MALLAIS S46-8081 KEVIN IRVINE 542-1408 

KIMBERLY CLARKE 548-2018 FLORIAN BOUCHER 727-4148 

Ech offte* Independently owned ind operated 



'nvate sale in Parkwood 
Heights. Cozy 3 bedroom 
nousa, finished basement 
with stone wall fireplace 
and wet bar, storage shed, 

>aved driveway and land 

taped Asking $74,900. 

all 546-9747 or 548-3892 
ask for Madonna 



SERVICE LOT 
FOR SALE 

536 College Street 
Petit Rocher, Doucet St. 
Bndeau Subdivision 

546-3593 

Brideau Realty 



LAND FOR SALE 



acre lot for sale in Dunlop, 
sking $10.000 Terrain de 
acre A Dunlop. prix do 
mande $10,000 783-8251 



Approx 70 acres of land for 
ale in Dunlop South. Call 
83-2176 for more 

nlormation 



or Sale - 3 acres of land 
long Middle River 
48 5792 



5 acres on Sutherland 
ive lots of trees & brook 
unning through property 
.000 ft frontage. Open for 
Her 548-9336 or 
48 5245 



MUST SELL 

Located near Guignard 
Pool in Guignard Subdi 
vision (Dunlop) Approx 4 
acros Call after 9 00 p m 
546-4537 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



> duplex apts for sale. Park 
wood Height*. 1 at 
$55.000 1 at $65,000. 
548 2979 



4 Bedroom house, 1.9 
icres of land, Dunlop 
South. Selling below ap- 
praised value. 546-3278. 



ieresford - House, 3 bed 
ooms, with storage shed, 
asking $55,000. 546-6106. 



House lor sale. Downtown, 
lose to schools, private 
corner lot, 2 storey, hard- 
wood floors, fireplace, 
basement apt pays part of 
mortgage, 24 x 24 garage 
48 3992 



Duplex for sale, serious in- 
uires only call 546-2474. 



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PRIVATE SALE 



Country living in South Dunlop close to hospital, 
situated on 2 lots, each 100 x 150 

Completely renovated and in mint condition. 4 
bedrooms, large kitchen with plenty of cupboards, mini 
barn 

Satellite dish & receiver, lots of mature trees 

Must sell, moving to B C 

OPEN HOUSE 

Weekdays from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
Sat. & Sund. from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. 

CALL 546-1380 




Carla Bouchard 

OH: 547-844 
R M : 548-4628 
Pager 1-558-5454 



FOR SALE 

Mine* Roid- Tnplei Good mcom* 
telling in 40* MLS HOUM nc lot. 
garage SO'* MLS 

Msgr Godirv 4 & Spin Appraised 
over 100.000. Immaculate 80's EXCL. 

Ave Dei Chalets- What a view On 
the water- New Bungalow 50s MLS. 

1340 Johnston- 6 Bn 2 Baths. 
Sauna- Mutt be Sold. MLS 

Maria Avr- Eiecutive 4 Bn Sunken 
living room, lire place, plus tepeiale 2 tx 
apt. EXCL. 

17 Tlmbcrland- Large Bungalow- 
Country klchen. attached garage Musi be 
Sold MLS. 



CENTRALlTGUARANTY 

1120 St Peter Avenue, Bathurst. N B 



I'm lonely 

and 

_ 
I m For Sale 

I am situated at 1255 Riverside Drive on an 
one acre plus waterfront loti I offer years ol 
peace and happiness to the lucky family who 
chooses me for a partner. I am quality built. I 
have three bedrooms, two baths, a large sun 
deck and a delightful view 

Best of all my price is right and my owners 
are offering a guaranteed buy back to a 
qualified buyer 

Visit me today or call 546-3309 

You won't be disappointed 

Squire Green Golf 

& Country Estates 

1290 Riverside Dr. 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

Starter Home Rockland Or 
3 bedroom. 2 bath bun- 
galow, new windows, 
electric heat, fenced 
yard with baby barn. All 
offers considered, guarJ 
anteed buy back. 

Squire Green 

Golf Si Country Estates 

1290 Riverside Dr. 

5463309 



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1969 - 1991: 22 years of Real Estate Service 

OPEN HOUSE 

SATURDAY, July 6th 
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 



RUE ACADIE BERESFORD 

Jackie Frenette your hostess 




CENTENNIAL STREET (EXCL) Ide- 
al family home, walking to Elementary 
Schools, park. Immaculate condition, 
owner transferred. Call Florine Rut- 
ledge 546-6717. 

HURRY! REDUCED! HURRY! 
(MLS) This camp can be moved to your 
lot on the beach. Reduced from 
$18.500.00 to $16,900.00 Take advan 
tage of the summer to enjoy this as a 
cottage. Call Linda at 548-8666 or 
548-3600. 

LAND! LAND! LAND! (MLS) I have 
many gorgeous building lots for sale in 
North Tetagouche and off Youghall 
Drive. Call Moira for ejections 
546-2273 or 548-8866 
HOMES IN PARKWOOD (EXCL) 
Take your pick of these two homes, one 
is large with a fireplace and a finished 
basement. The other is more compact 
with a nice roc room. Priced from 
72,000 00 Call Moira Boyle at 546 2273 
or 548-8666 

PETIT ROCHER BEACH (152 
EXCL) This 3 bedroom house offers 
beach frontage, garage, family room 
with view of the Bay. Priced in the 60's. 
Call Norma Aube 783-8300 
RIVERFRONT MIDDLE RIVER 
(MLS) Beautiful year-round residence 
on crystal dear river no other homes can 
be built this dose to the river - double 
garage - paved driveway etc. call for 
viewing. 

OARAGE * LAND (MLS) Ideal repair 
ship off university drive - great for stor- 
age and repairing of heavy equipment 
MOBILE HOME LOTS on Sutherland 
Drive only three left of the few lots zoned 
for mobile homes, call for more informa 
toon (Exd) 

AVE MARIA, BERESFORD (MLS) 
Looking for a deal? New price, spacious 
front split, 4 bedroom. 2 baths, extra 
large treed lot. Call Florine RutJedgo for 
viewing 546-6717. 

NEW PRICE LAPLANTE (MLS) 5 
plex income property, plus 50 acres 
farm with 20,000 Christmas trees, 2'/ 
acres raspberries cultivated, apple 
trees and 2 trout ponds Call Florine Rut 
ledge 546-6717 




QUALITY EXECUTIVE (MLS) Your 
bedrooms, plus 2 car attached garage 
make this home a rare find. Located at 
the end of Tamarack with loads of priva- 
cy. Call Moira to view 546-2273 or 
548-8866 




NIGADOO (107 Excl) Situated on a 
large 120/150 lot this 3 bedroom home 
will offer your family privacy and com- 
fort Appliances included Call Norma 
Aube 783-8300 Priced in the 50's. 

BUSINESS IN BERESFORD (MLS) 

Are you interested in a home with a 
small business in the front? Only 3 yre 
old. Immaculate modem kitchen, 3 bed- 
rooms Call Linda at 548-8866 or 
548-3600. 

HOME IN CLIFTON (MLS) Lovely 

home near Bay of Chaleur with beach 
front induded in land. Completely furn- 
ished. Call Linda for a showing 
548 8866 or 548-3600 

BRIDGE STREET. (MLS) Priced 
reduced, large corner lot. Cosy bunga- 
low, features open concept, bright inter- 
ior, melamine cupboards, quality con- 
struction Call Florine Rutledge 
5466717 

ONLY 5 MINUTES FROM BATH- 
URST (EXCL) All this can be yours, let 
the rental income keep you in luxury! 
Large inground pool, detached duplex, 
immaculate home and gardens, double 
garage, plus seperate den. Features 
hardwood floors, new carpeting, von 
mar, spacious rooms Call Florine 
5466717 



KEYSTONE REALTY (1988) LTD. 



MANAGER 

MfDWRJ. >* 

MOM ioni 
546-2273 



UIHT MCKT 

1-237-5696 

NOW* AUK 

783-8300 



548-8866 

270 DOUGLAS AVE. 

UNO* WISCIMN 
MMOO 



JACK* FRWETTE GERALD OLSEN 

7834721 546-9296 

IIOHM "inUDGf CUUX KMOMD 

546-6717 546-2798 



BIRCH GROVE HOMES 

Buy a new Mini Home 

For the LOW LOW price 

of only $28,640.00* 




Only 10% Down Payment 

Visit our model home at 

Birch Grove Park 

in Beresford or call 

546-3309 or 546-9315 

after 5 pm. 

'Plus taxes, installation & delivery 



PRIVATE SALE 




1116 ORSER DR. BATHURST 

28 x 40. 4 Bedrooms. 2 storey house. 1st floor- 
Kitchen, separate dining room, bathroom, living room, 
den with fireplace & 1 bedroom. Flooring: Hardwood & 
ceramic 2nd floor- 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 
flooring; hardwood. Basement- Completely finish, 
flooring: Carpet. Paved driveway & landscaped on 
80 x 100 lot 

Asking $155.000.00 
Tel: 548-9325 



REAL ESTATE 



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 

OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime office space in Key- 
stone Place. 270 Douglas 
Ave For information call 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 weekdays 



FOR RENT 
A LOUER 

Edifice commercial, 
pres sortie Trans- 
Canada Beresford Prix 
a discutor 

542-2864 apres 5 hrs 
Commercial building, 
near Beresford Trans- 
Canada Price neg 
542-2864 after 5pm 



OFFICE SPACE 

Commercial 

Prime location 

Main floor 

Up to 1 ,000 sq. ft. 

188 Main Street 

546-9742 days 
546-5349 after 6 p.m. 



OFFICE SPACE 

2 Completely renovated 
offices, ready for occu- 
pancy. 865 & 1,150 sq 
ft. Prime location King 
Ave. Excellent price, 
main floor, street front, 
near Post Office 

546-6604 
546-6430 after 5 p.m. 



REAL ESTATE 



Fleet Realty Ltd 



180 Main St. 



Bathurst 



548-0000 



CLIFTON -MLS -VIEW OF BAY -I/, storey 
home or water side. A REAL BARGAIN. 

1196 RIVERSIDE DR. EXCL Immacu- 
lale home featuring, ample oak kitchen 
cupboards, 2-4 pc. baths, hardwood llcor 
ing. COMPLETELY LANDSCAPED, 
PAVED DRIVEWAY. 

934 HAY CRESCENT EXCL - Large lot 
and home with HARDWOOD FLOOR- 
ING, FINISHED BASEMENT, FIRE- 
PLACE to name a lew this home has lor 
you. 

587 FLEET ST. EXCL - 3+ bedroom 
home located on quiel street PRICED 
RIGHT. Give us a cat. 

MIDDLE RIVER EXCL - Situated on the 
bank with a 3 level deck to the water this 
year old steel framed 3 bedroom MINI 
HOME IS A MUST TO SEE. 

SYCAMORE ST. MLS - Modern open 
concept 2 bedroom home GLEAMING 
HARDWOOD FLOORS downstair* lea- 
lures 1 bedroom, rough In bath and a 
lamKy room ready to finish. $118.800. 

CLEARWATER AVE. (MLS) 2 storey '/. 
duplex in excellent condition. Close to 
school GREAT FAMILY LOCATION. 

MOBILE HOME EXCL - ALL FIJRN- 
ISHED 14 x 60 $22.80000 

PETIT ROCHER (MLS) J storey home. 
slig h dy over 1 acre of land, good condition . 
skylights, patio doors, ceramic, etc. MUST 
BE SEEN. Priced right at (64,900 00 



LAND LAND LAND LAND 

Jsnevllle Road well and septic suitable 

tor mobile home... 

East Bathurst 3.4 acres see Indian Island 

and Harbour... 

Middle River 2 -1 acre water front lots well 

and conciete septics... 

Sherwood Forest, North Tttagoucht 1 

acm bulking tot... 

Middle River Large wooded tot... 

St Pierre Cres. Building lot... 

St. Peter Ave. "Golden Mile' - MLS - 23. 

250 sq. It. with 205' frontage 




JEAN STREET 

On duty 
this weekend. 

CALL 
548-5274 or 

548-0000 



Phyllis Green 548-9640 
Robert Hornlbrook 546-5039 
Polly Wesenberg 546-3121 
Jean Street 548-5274 

Loma MacDonald 546-6954 







CANADA TRUST 

RESEAU7 NETWORK 



Les Immeubles TRI-WAY Realty Ltd/Ltee 

Independent Broker Affiliate 

Head Office, 990 St. Peter Ave. Also al Suptrmall 



OPEN HOUSES 

Sunday July 7/91 From 1.30 to 4 p.m. 

wir 




925 Msgr GODIN CT. (MLS) 



254 ST. ADELE ST. (EXCL) 




1733 RIVERBANK DR. (EXCL) 



1129 VINCENT ST. (EXCL) 








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i 1 ^ y" f | iKt 

^BSK8Ksr^i ^^fci' 

Beresford - RUE MARIE (EXCL) 



26 MELANSON ST. (EXCL) 





1087 WINTON CRESC. (MLS) 



(HBLL4 



ROBERTVILLE (EXCL) 



548-9821 



Member of Multiple Listing Service 
tales Staff evenings and weekends 

Vendeur/Yendeuse 
Soiree et fins de semalnes. 



Gus Therlault 546-3864 

Gllles Arseneau 783-2629 
Theresa McLauchlan 546-3686 



Lucler. Duguay 546-8491 
Fenton Mickey 548-3204 
Allan Noel 546-3250 

Denis* Benolt Leblanc 546-1200 



The Northern Lighu Wed., July 3. 1991 -HA 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



1 U'droorn a. it. ground 
level East Bali .ui si, fridge 
i s.uve, heal a e! ;ctiicity, 
laundry facilities and 
drapes incl $350 rno 
548 3400 



1 i udroom apt. fridge, 
stove & hot water Also 1 
bac i-'loi apt. completely 
furnished, hot water, 
sho/ver .. tub. quiet location 
on King Ave noar post 
ollice. 5466604 or alter 
5pm S-!6 6430 



1 bedroom apt. he..! & elec 
included Sto<e & fridge 
supplied Riverside Dr 
5488615 after 5pm. 



1 bedroom apt. boat, elec . 
stove 4 fridge incl West 
Bathurst 546-5345. 



1 bedroom apt in South 

Bathurst $275. monthly. 

Fridge 4 stove supplied 
548-2555. 



1 bedroom apt on Daniel St, 
West Bathurst $300 
monthly Fridge & stove 
supplied 548-2555 



1 bedroom apt on St An- 
drew St Fridge & stove incl 
Heated. $350 mo Call after 
5pm 548-531 7. 



2 BEDROOM ARTS New 
Management- Some Reno- 
vations Near Bowlarama, 
fully or partly furnished 
Starting at $325. / mo 
Electric heat NOT incl Call 
546-5347 



1 Bedroom apt Riverside 
Dr With fridge 4 stove 
Unheatod Call 5464281 



1 Bedroom apartment in 
apartment complex, near 
NBCC 4 downtown Call 
Louis at 5469621 



1 Bedroom apt for rent, 
furnished, available imme- 
diately Also rooms for rent, 
men only Call 546 6656. 

1 Bedroom apts, St. Petor 
Ave Some furnishings, 
laundry facilities $335 /mo 
4 $345 /mo Unheated 
546 3492 or 548-4869 



1 bedroom apt partly furn- 
ished Heat 4 elec. incl 
Miramichi Road. 1 person 
only, $325. mo , non 
smoker 548-4713 



1 bedroom apt, laundro- 
mat, no pels, available end 
of July 546 9127 

BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starting from $220.00 
per month. Apply at the 
front desk of 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



REAL ESTATE 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



2 bedroom fully furnished 
apt, heat, elec., & cable 
ind Quiet working adults or 
students only NON smok- 
ers. No children, no pets 
$425 mo 548-5693 

3 bedroom hall duplex, 
fridge 4 stove, washer & 
dryer. $500 mo unheated 
5469571 after 1pm 

2 bedroom apt on Suther- 
land Ave Unheated. 
5464281. 

2 bedroom apt on Riverside 
Dr. Fridge & stove. Un- 
heated 546-4281 

2 bedroom basement apt, 
unheated. corner Munro & 
Donald. Available Aug. 1st. 
546-3411 

2 bedroom apt, 610 Univer- 
sity Dr , near Community 
College, fridge. 4 stove sup- 
plied. $325. mo plus heat. 
New kitchen & bathroom. 
Avail. July 1st 546 5009 or 
548 2237 after 6pm. 

2 bedroom basement apt 
with large windows. 
$360 mo 548-5159. 

2 bedroom apt, heat 4 elec. 
included. $500. mo. 
Jacques St, Bereslord. 
546-9979. 

3 Bedroom duplex for rent. 
$415 /mo Heat NOT ind. 
Call 5463170. 

3 Bedroom modern un- 
heated apt in Brick Bunga- 
low. $440. /mo. Call 
546 6568 or 548-5693 






CENTRAL 
GUARANTY 



OPEN HOUSE 

July 7 2 to 4 p.m. 

REDUCED $83.500 

823 ST. PIERRE CRESCENT 3 bed 

rooms, hardwood floors, alor country 
charm. (Excl) Carlo 

RESIDENTIAL 

MIDDLE RIVER House in excellent 
condition features 5 bedrooms. 2 
bathroom. basement all finiihed in 
Gyproc. 2 acres of land goers bock to 
the river. Onry $73,900. Call Adrienne 
PUT LEVEL Very attractive side split 
home offers 3 bedrooms . sunken liv- 
ing room with fireplace, garage, 
cathedral ceilings Coll Adrienne 
RENTAL INCOME Only 54.900 will 
buy you this attractive home with 
attached garage and a finished apt 
in the basement Live upstairs for 
probably less than you now pay for 
rent Adrtenne. 

1095 WINTON CRESCENT 4 bed- 
rooms, fireplace, carport. 2 bedroom 
basement apt, seperate entrance 
(MLS) Carlo 

MINES ROAD Bungalow, excellent 
condition. 6 bedrooms. 1'A baths, 
must be seen 70's. (Excl) Carlo 
TAMARACK DR. Five bedroom split- 
entry features separate dining room, 
family room. 2 baths Excellent cond- 
ton and situated in desirable neigh- 
borhood (MLS) Call Carol 
HERE'S A STARTER HOME for you 
at only $71 .000.00 Bungalow features 
A bedroom's, family room and hard- 
wood floors on Main level Located in 
Parkwood Heights Close to all ameni- 
tt. (MLS) Cal Carol 
229 GODIN ST., BERESFORD Three 
bedroom bungalow feature* hard- 
wood floors, renovated kitchen, fam- 
ily room, paved driveway and gar- 
age. $79.900. (Excl) Coll Carol 
NEW LISTING CAMP Up River 
area - 2 bedrooms, bath and large 
kitchen/Wing area. Only 3 yrs old 
(Excl) Call Renee 



823 ST. PIERRE CRESCENT 3 bed- 
rooms, hardwood floors, atot country 
charm. (Excl) Carta. 
BOARDING HOUSE 7 bedroom 

house in Pointe Verte. close to Belle- 
dune project, excellent investment 
MLS Call Renee 

JUST LISTED Riverfront property, 
private and cosy with 3 bedroom 
bungalow. Price in the 60's (Excl) 
Mono. 

SYCAMORE ST. 4 level split, hard- 
wood floors, oak cupboards. 2 baths, 
garage. (MLS) Mono. 
ALLISON CRES 2 storey home, hard- 
wood floors, finished basement, dou- 
ble lot (Exc!) Call Mono 
ROSEHILL ROAD three bedroom 
bungalow sitting on 110 acre farm, 
large bam. heavy wooded area 
fExcO Mono 

COMMERCIAL 

UNIVERSITY DRIVE Income prop- 
erty, excellent cond'n. groat rentals 
over 150000 monthly Priced to sell 
tost 70's. (Excl) Carlo. 

LAND 

LAND Building lot In Duntop Country 
Estate. IV, acre. Atturetque area 
S1Q.50C.OO (MLS) Francine. 



AGENTS 



CHARLES VIENNEAU (Assc Mgr.) 

546-9571 
GERALD DRYSDALE 544-5818 

pager 1-558-3248 
CAROL ALBERT 544-0094 

pager 1-558-6319 
CARLA BOUCHARD 543 4628 

pager 1-556-5454 
MONA PAYNE 544-4742 

ADRIENNE PITRE 544-9376 

RENEE BURAGUA 548-5835 

KAREN VIENNEAU 544-9571 

FRANCINE FOURNIER 547-1094 



WEEKEND AGENT 

Francine Fournier 547-1094 



CENTRALTTGUARANTY 



TRUST COMPANY 



1120 St. Peter Ave., Bathurst, 547-8844 



Aqenl on 24 hour answering service. 



BUYING! SELLING! RENTING! 

CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS 
CALL THE NORTHERN LIGHT 546-4491 

REAL ESTATE SELLS 

WITH NORTHERN LIGHT CLASSIFIEDS 
Phone 546-4491 or FAX 546-1491 



NEW & USED CARS SELL 

WITH NORTHERN LIGHT CLASSIFIEDS 
Phone 546-4491 or FAX 546-1491 



LITTLE ADS 

GIVE 
BIG RESULTS 

NORTHERN LIGHT 

CLASSIFIEDS 

are a great way to 

BUY, SELL OR RENT 

CALL 546-4491 



SELLING YOUR CAR? 

Put It In 

The Classifieds 

546-4491 



Bachelor apt located in Be- 
reslord, fully furnished 
Available anytime 
5488568 



Bachelor apt , (semi base- 
ment), $300/mo . heat 4 
elect included, furnished 
Call 546 9414 



BERESFORD 1 bedroom 
apt lor rent. Indge, stove & 
heat incl $400/mo Call 
5464497 



Beresford appt a louer, 2 
charr'iros a coucher. Oisp 
mainlbiiant 546-9127. 



For rent or rent to buy 2 
bedroom house situated in 
Petit Rocher 783-4560 



Haul de maison 3 cham- 
bres a coucher A garage 
$350. mo. pas chaufte ni 
eclaire. 2 miles de Bathurst 
5489220 OU 548-5631. 



Large 2 bedroom apt in 
Dunlop Heated, cable TV, 
fridge & stove. NO children. 
NO pets $475. /mo 
783 2015 alter 5pm 



Looking lor a girl to share a 
3 bedroom apt. Call 
5488462 



Modern 1 bedroom apt. lor 
rent. Heat & elect, ind , 
furnished Location 188 
Main St Call 546-9742 or 
546-5349 after 6 p m 



Near Hospital, 3 bedroom 
apt, fridge, stove, washer/ 
dryer hook-up Balcony, 
newly renovated 
$500/mo 546-4497. 



3 bedroom basem >nt 
apartment for t 
$395 /mo. 547-1096. 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Westmount Apts. 
Bachelor Apts. only 

546-4360 



Apt lor rent 1264 King ave, 
2 bedrooms, dining & living 
room, lull basement 4 
glassed in veranda. 
ADULTS only need to 
apply 5465662 



Available 2 bedroom un- 
heated apt on rue Pnnci- 
pale in Beresford. 
$380 mo For more infor- 
mation call 542-2024. 



3 bdrm. house, Landry 
_ane $575 /mo Fridge 4 

stove ind Utilities NOT 
ncl For appt 783-2920. 



3 bdm house with storage 
barn, Robertville (St Lau- 
rent). $450 mo unheated. 
Aug. 1st. 783-2545 alter 5 



A louer avec option d'achat, 
Petit- Rocher, 59 rue Nor- 
mandie, 2 chambres a 
coucher. Disponible 15juil., 
chauffe, eclaire, $550/mo. 
Appt. 1 chambre a coucher, 
dispomble 1er juil , chaulle, 
eclaire, rolngerateur & poe 
le. $410 /mo Entretien do 
polouse, pas la nelge 
546-4359. 



DUPLEX - Brand new, 3 
bedroom bungalow, gar- 
age, lull lot, excellent loca- 
tion in East Bathursl, close 
to schools, church & shop- 
ping. On Everett Ores. 
$600 mo. heat/hydro extra. 
Avail Aug. 1st. 783-4013. 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 


APARTMENTS FOR RENT 


2 Bodtoom apt lor ont, 
near Hospital Midge & 
stove mcl Balcony. 
$400 /mo Call 5464497 


New 2 bedroom apt in H<; 
resford Fudge & stove mcl 
$450 mO plus utilities NO 
Children 5462474 


2 Bedroom apt. Park wood 
Heights, private enhance 
$350 /mo Plus he;.! Call 
548 3698 after Cpm 


Now building near Soars, 2 
2 bdrm basement apis . 
with hook up lor washer & 
dryer with or without fridge 
& stove snow removal 


2 Bedroom modern un- 
hea'.od basement apt 


mcl. $390 & $400 /mo 
546 5115 


Large windows $3oO /mo 
546 6568 or 548-5093 


One bedroom apt, ground 
level, East Bathurst 


2 bedroom basemont apt 
tor rent Unheated. Mines 
Road Available July 1st 


Fridge, stove, heat & elec , 
laundry facilities & drapes 
incl $350. mo. 548-3400 




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2 bedroom apt, centrally 
located With or without 
Indge & stove. Heat & elec 
not ind $408. /mo 1 bed- 
room apt, available with 
fridge & stove Utilities not 
incl. Beresford Call 
5429053 


APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

Downtown - 1 & 2 bedroom 
apts . newly renovated with 


2 Bedroom apt located in 
Beresford Available in 
Jury Stove, fridge, heat & 
elec. supplied $425/mo. 
546 67/5 after 5 pm 


hardwood floors, new laun- 
dry facilities, ample park- 
ing, fridge & stove, un- 
heated, damage deposit re- 
quired. Adult building. 
St. Andrew - 1 bdrm apis . 


2 bedroom apt on Suther- 
land Ave, unheated. 
546-4281. 


laundry hook-ups in apt., 
fridge & stove, unheated. 
damage deposit required. 
Adult building 


APT. FOR RENT 

860 King Avenue, 


EDDY HOUSING LTD 
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
546-6631 


_ . - . 




2 bedroom apart- 
ment, fridge & 
stove, off street 
parking, secure & 
quiet. Please call: 

548-8176 


APT. FOR RENT 

Excellent location on Park- 
side Dr.. ideal for one per- 
son or couple Very quiet, 
clean & bright Fridge & 
stove Available July 1st. 

546-3216 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 
Bachelor, 1 & 2 bedroom 
apartments for rent. Call 
548 8054 or 548 2979 



Appt a louer. 3 charnbrt'S .1 
coucher, entree pnvee 
Disponible maintenant Pe 
tit Rocher Nord 783 3208 



Appt, sous sol. Valloe 
Lourdes, 2 chambres A 
coucher, poele 4 retngera 
teur inclus. pas chautle. 
pas eclaire. 783 2990 



APT. FOR RENT 

1 bedroom apartment lor 
rent $335'mo . unheated 
555 Apploby Struct For 
more information call 
546 3170 



PETIT HOCHER- 1 Bed- 
corn apt, stove, fridge heat 
4 lights incl $400 /mo 
542 9680 



Triplex a vendre, situe a 
Valloe Lourdes. 783-2990 



Unheated apt , at 646 Chal 
mers Ct Fridge 4 stove 
.applied Adults only, no 
pets. 548-8193 or 
548 23&> 



Upstairs 2 bdrm. apt , with 
or without fridge 4 stove, 
look up for washer 4 dryer 
Adult 4 security building, 
Appleby St., utilities not 
ncl. $455 /mo 546-5115 



KENNY'S 



1, 2 bedroom apartments & bachelor apartment for 

rent. Available immediately. Located downtown. 

Call: 

546-3309 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
546-9315 or 548-8654 
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 



NEW APARTMENTS FOR RENT 




Apartments (or rent at Sunset Dr., Bathurst. 
cable, fridge & stove included. Near Shopping 
Mall & Hospital. Available immediately. 

548-9310 or 546-1208 after 6 p.m. 



NEW APARTMENTS 

Buautitul largo 2 bedroom with patio doors in living 
room & bedroom. 24 tt patio, quiet, laundry facilities. 
free cablo T V & vertical blinds provided 291 York St 

Closest thing to a house in an apartment, largo 2 
hdrm . fridge & stove private a .v wnslu ' A 
dryer hook up. extremely quiot location. 2BC M-'lhavon Ct 

Attractive; 2 bodroom apt . extremely quiot. free 
c.ible in 2 rooms, whirlpool hath, fridge & stove, 
intercom laundry facilities. 6 ft glass door. p.iMo, 
convenient parking, fridge & stove. 768 King Avo . 

Call us 548 8897 (office) 
548 8683 or 548 5936 (other times) 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 

ONE AND TWO BEDROOM 




590 Archibald St/890 Victoria St. 

Full security system, washer & dryer facilities, fridge 
& stove, outdoor plug-in. Call: 

LUPA MANAGEMENT 

548-8341 




Bayshore Realty 

J Member of the Multiple Listing Service * 



845 ST. PETER BATHURST 
6 plex. electric baseboards, ten- 
ants, pay utilities Call us for more 
information 
PRICE TO SELLI 
170 MELANSON DR 
Live in this newly renovated home 
as a family or allow for 2 separate 
income. Two separate lots plus an 
inground pool. Priced in the 60 - s 
WINTERIZED COTTAGE (Exd) 
New windows, air tight stove, 
many extras 

263 MCDONALD AVE 
BERESFORD 

3 bedroom house in good condi 
tion extra large family room in 
basement Close to all amenities 
(MLS) Asking in the 60s 
PINE ST. SOUTH TETAGOUCHE 
Good starter home features 3 
bedroom up, 2 in the basement, 
electric baseboard heat Carport 

HUGH CURRIE 
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NOTICE OF AUCTION 

TO: W.L. Food* Limited, Lessee 
TO: Bank of Nova Scotia, Assignee 
of Book Debts 

AND TO ALL OTHERS WHOM 
IT MAY CONCERN: 

THERE WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC 
AUCTION separately or En Bloc at 
Boutique No. 4, Bereslord Shopping 
Center, Beresford, New Brunswick on 
July 4, 1991 at 3 00 PM, property 
described in an inventory notice under 
a distress to W L Foods Limited under 
the Landlord and Tenant Act, R S.N.B 
1973, C.L-1, and being more particu- 
larly described as the following: 
Article Piece* 

Booth - 4 seat each 
Booth - 2 seat each 
ISL Stool and Counter 6 

5 foot Salad Bar 

5 foot Show Case 1 

Fridge 

30' Counter Top, plus base 
12' Donut Show Case 
Dishwasher (used) 
Microwave Oven (used) 
Toaster 4 slice (used) 
Punch clock 
Stainless Table 30"x60" 
Double stainless sink 
Donut Rack on wheel 
Drop Freeze Upright (used) 1 

Neon signs on building 
Free standing Neon sign 
Bun warmer 

Sale conducted pursuant to the 
Landlord Tenant Act, RS N B 1973. 
C.L-1, and amendments thereto. 
Dated July 2nd. 1991 



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I2A The Northern Light, Wed., July 3. 1991 




LEGION DONATES $1,000 TO VON 

The Balhurst branch of the Victorian Order of Nurses recently received 
$1, 000 from the Royal Canadian Legion. Donations of $500 each were made 
by the Royal Canadian Legion New Brunswick Command, Command 
Services Fund, and the Herman J. Good V.C. Branch No. 18 Royal Canadian 
legion. The $1, 000 will go towards a monitoring system to be used for clinics 
throughout Gloucester County. Shown from left are Bob Knowles, service 
officer with Branch No. 18; Veronica Ratchford, executive director of the 
Balhurst VON; and Clarence Gammon, president of Branch No. 18. 

(Northern Light Photo) 












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TO LEAD NEPISIGUIT FAMILY SERVICES 

The new executive of Nepisiguit Family Services Inc. was elected at its 
regular monthly meeting June 6. The organization assists couples, parents and 
children in establishing and maintaining good family relations. From left are 
Gerry Rodney, second vice-president; Raoul Charest, treasurer; Jean-Roger 
Blanchard, first vice-president; Linda LeClair, secretary; and Julien Isabella, 
president. 

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SPORTS 

The Northern Light, Wed., July 3, 1991 IB 
JIM COUTURE 

NORTHERN LIGHT SPORTS WRITER 
PHONE 546-4491 




Lady Smith II shakes the 
curse and comes in first 



The old adage that you try and try until you succeed is 
one which aptly describes the crew of Lady Smith II. 

After finishing second the last four years in the annual 
Festival des Rameurs dory race, spanning 22 miles from 
Bonaventurc, Que. to Petit Rocher, the crew has finally 
broken the ice with a victory in the 25th anniversary 
edition of the event. 

The winning team, which includes captain Denis 
Guilard of Petit-Rocher, lead rower Mario Boudreau of 
Nigadoo, second rower Michel Roy of Petit-Rocher, third 
rower Jean-Marc Grant of Petit-Rocher, and fourth rower 
Paul Morrison of Petit-Rocher, finished in a time of three 
hours, 19 minutes, and 22 seconds. 

This marked the eighth straight year the Epicerie 
Freneue-sponsored team has participated in the event, 
which was postponed from Saturday to Sunday due to 
inclement weather. 
EXCITING FINISH 

Once the 1 1 boats left the Quebec side about 8 a.m. 



Sunday they still had the elements to batik with, albeit 
much less overpowering man the previous day's 10- to 
12- foot high waves. The waves had calmed down to 
about six feet when the race finally got underway, still 
forcing the crews to bail out their boats numerous times 
during the crossing. 

Bailing the boat one Final lime about two miles from 
the Petit Rocher wharf is what Guignard credits for their 
win. 

"We had about a foot-and-a-half of water in the boat 
when one of the crew members lifted his oar and began 
bailing," he said. 

"When you're at that stage of a race, getting rid of 50 
pounds of water counts for a lot" 

The ensuing weight loss enabled the Lady Smith II to 
overcome defending champion Norbcllc III and take the 
race by a 33-sccond margin. 

For their efforts, the crew split $ 1 ,500 and gets to keep 
the Noranda Trophy until next year's race. 




The rosters have been selected and 
the bragging rights will soon be 
handed out. 

All-star teams from the South 
Bathurst Alpine Softball League and 
the Parkwood Schooner-Pizza De- 
light Softball League will square off 
in the Centennial Park field in Park- 
wood Heights Saturday, with only 
one team to emerge as champion. 

The game begins at 2 p.m. 

Both city leagues have chosen a 
first and second all-star team, with 
the first all-star teams playing the 
first five innings and the second team 
playing the final four. 

The pitchers who will try to lead 
the Parkwood loop to victory are Paul 
Aucoin of Brasserie O'SL Pierre, 
Glen Morrison of the Wild Goose 
Guzzlers, and Daniel DeGrace of 
Techno 90. Coaches with the team 
are Michel Doucct of the Big D 
Blues, and Greg MacDonald and 
Peter Assaff, both of the Right Spot 
Classics. 

Parkwood's first team will consist 
of Craig Crawford of Brasserie O'St. 
Pierre, catcher; Kevin Caissic of the 



Right Spot Classics, first base; 
Danny Pitre of the Big D Blues, 
second base; Mark Theriault of the 
Right Spot Classics, shortstop; Don 
MacLaggan of Brasserie O'St. 
Pierre, third base; Jacques Boudreau 
of the Big D Blues, left field; Roger 
Theriault of Techno 90, centre field; 
and Daniel Ouellette of the Wild 
Goose Guzzlers, right field. 

Forming Parkwood's second team 
are Herb Scott of the Wild Goose 
Guzzlers, catcher; Brian Chamber- 
lain of the Big D Blues, first base; 
Dan MacDonald of the Wild Goose 
Guzzlers, second base; Bob MacDo- 
nald of the Wild Goose Guzzlers, 
shortstop; Mark Hachey of Jim Wal- 
ters, third base; Blair Gauthier of the 
Big D Blues, left field; Darryl Smith 
of Brasserie O'St. Pierre, centre 
field; and Michel Vienneau of the 
Uptown Club, right field. 

Coaching the South Bathurst entry 
are Emilien Duguay of Allardvillc 
Cultural Centre, Bob Sullivan of 
Pitcher's Pub and Eatery, and Ronald 
DeGrace of Robertville Roi du 
Poulet 



TAKE THAT! 

About 1,000 spectators turned out at the Kent Lodge Road race track Monday afternoon to take in Metal Monday 
madness. The demolition derby, with 12 cars entered, subsequently finished in a tie between Rick Carmichael of 
Bathurst and Simon Roussel of Allardville. They shared the $2,000 winner's purse. The event began with three 
preliminary heats, and one last chance race, with the first and second place finishers in each earning an automatic berth 
in the final, along with $150 and $50 respectively. Major sponsors of the event were Labatt's Breweries, Cassidy 's 

Soft Drinks, and Tremblay Backhoe. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Chaleur fourth at Acadian Games 




Lady Smith II was the winning entry in the Festival des Rameurs dory race this year, the 25th anniversary of the 
crossing of the Bay of Chaleur from Bona venture, Que. to Petit Rocher. The Epicerie Freneue-sponsored team arrived 
New Brunswick side Sunday morning in a time of three hours, 19 minutes and 22 seconds. From left are Denis Guilard 
of Petit-Rocher, captain; Mario Boudreau of Nigadoo, lead rower; Michel Roy of Petit- Rocher, second rower; 
Jean-Marc Gram of Petit-Rocher, third rower; and Paul Morrison of Petit-Rocher, fourth rower. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Softball all-star game on Saturday 



Mcmbcis of (he fust all-star team 
are Dale Hadley of Nigadoo R.H. 
Freneilc, pitcher; Michel Legacy of 
Robcnvillc Roi du Poulet, catcher, 
Denis R. Duguay of Allardville Cul- 
tural Centre, first base; Marc Dcgrace 
of Nigadoo R.H. Frenetic, second 
base; Brian Lavignc of Allardville 
Cultural Centre, shortstop; Micheal 
Frenetic of Robertville Roi du Poulet, 
third base; and outfielders Lance 
Whalen of Union Centre, Jocelyn 
Paulin of PJ.'s Pub, and Herv<5 
Legacy of Robertville Roi du Poulet. 

Members of the second all-star 
learn include Elicnne Pilre of Robert- 
ville Roi du Pouleu pitcher; Stewart 
Stanger of A.T.S. Convenience 
Centre, catcher, Roland Frenetic of 
Robertville Roi du Poulet, first base; 
Ricky Garrctt of Union Centre, sec- 
ond base; Alvin Sonicr of Pilchcr's 
Pub and Eatery, third base; Jean 
Louis Arscncau of Robertville Roidu 
Poulet, shortstop; and outfielders 
Laurent Roy of Nigadoo R.H. Fre- 
netic, Bcrnie Allain of PJ.'s Pub, and 
Charles Comcau of Nigadoo R.H. 
Freneilc. 




The South Bathurst Alpine Softball League and the Parkwood Schooner-Pizza Delight Softball League will pit its 
all-star teams against one another this coming Saturday al Centennial Park field in Parkwood Heights beginning ai 2 
p.m. A collection will be taken up by the Bathursl Fire Department during the course of the match, to raise funds to 
combat Muscular Dystrophy. Leading the South Bathurst contingent in the game are, front from loft, Emilien Duguay, 
Stewart Stanger, F.ticnnc Pitrc. Roland Frenetic, and Bob Sullivan. Middle row from left arc Alvin Sonicr, Lance 
Whalen, Brian Lavigne, Jocelyn Paulin, Dale Hadley, and Laurent Roy. Back from left arc Denis R. Duguay, Bcrnic 
Allain, and Marc Dcgrace. Missing from photo are Michel Legacy, Micheal Frenetic, Hcrvc Legacy, Ricky Garrclt, 
Jean-Louis Arscncau, Charles Comeau, and Ronald DeGrace. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Legion snooker champions crowned 



France Bordagc is the Legion Snooker League 
champion, with a points against average of 174 when the 
season ended May 30. 

Dave Bel li veau finished only two points behind at 1 76, 
with third place belonging to Jacques Paulin, 183 points; 
and fourth to Arthur Brown, with 184. 



Prizes were donated to the lop tinisncrs by Labau's 
Breweries. 

The league, which consists of about 20 players, runs 
Irom October to May at the Herman J. Good V.C. Branch 
No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion. For more information on 
the league, contacl France Bordagc al 546-6920. 



The 1991 Acadian Games Final 
held during ihe pasl week in Dalhou- 
sie was no different than Ihe five 
before it 

The South East region was the one 
standing al the victory podium once 
the overall results were disclosed, 
making it their eighth victory in the 
1 2-year existence of the Francophone 
games. 

South Easi earned an even 300 
points to secure the overall title, 
followed by Kent, 249; Acadian 
Peninsula, 236: Chaleur, 230; Mada- 



waska, 216; Restigouche, 152; Nova 
Scotia, 1 16; and Prince Edward Is- 
land, 90. 

The local Chaleur region, twice 
winner of the overall title, earned first 
place finishes in both badminton, 
where they edged Kent 5-4 in games 
to take the championship, and in girls 
volleyball, where they again edged 
Kent for the title. 

In track and field, the Chaleur 
region's 12 and 13 year olds placed a 
respectable third among the ei^ht 



regions, bul slipped lo fifth among 14 
and 15 year olds. 

Chaleur edged Kent 1-0 in a boys' 
soccer game lo determine third place, 
one eventually decided through pen- 
alty kicks. 

Two other third place finishes in 
individual sports were recorded, one 
in gymnastics and the other in boys' 
volleyball. 

Chaleur finished fourth in cycling, 
fifth in both boys handball and tennis, 
and seventh in girls' softball. 



If Ruddock can't, no one will 




Out Of 
Bounds 

By JIM COUTURE 
Northwn Light Sport* 



That's it. No one is going to beat 
Mike Tyson again for awhile. 

If Donovan (Razor) Ruddock 
couldn't do it, who can? George 
Foreman? Don't be a fool. Evander 
Holyfield? Don't make me laugh. 

Tyson will deal with them all on 
his way to the world Heavyweight 
championship he wants to regain so 
badly, but all in due time. I think 
Foreman is next, followed by some 



fluff willing to get beaten up really 
bad in 1 5 seconds or so for really big 
moola, then- -if he stops shaking long 
enough to put his trunks on-Evander 
Holyfield will get a chance to prove 
what kind of champion he really is. 
Again, don't make me laugh. 

The only reason Tyson lost his belt 
in the first place was because he ran 
out of worthy opponents, and no 
other reason. The purses were dwin- 
dling rapidly because no one wanted 
to come out to a fight which lasted 
only a few minutes or so before 
Tyson's opponent was put out faster 
than a wet, smelly dog. 

Tyson will not stop until he wins 
the title back, then he'll fight a few 
more bouts until everyone has gotten 
over the delusion that he can be 



beaten. Then old Porcupine Head 
(a .k.a . Don King) will tell him to take 
a stiff one on the chin and go down 
like an ax on a chicken's neck. 

Then it's back to the same old 
scenario. First you get a new 
champion-any one will domix in a 
few bums to show the new fellow can 
win the odd fight, then add a little fire 
to Tyson's gaze and let him beat a 
few others to a pulp until he gels 
another shot 

I don't how long he can continue 
doing this, but it is a great way to 
make some big bucks. He's probably 
making more now trying to get his 
title back than in some of his last 
fights as champion. Sounds like d 
good deal to me. 




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2B The Northern Light, Wed., July 3, 1991 

Willett, Rossignol 
"Scramble" to win 



Tee Talk 

By CHERYL BREWSTER 
546-S386 

GowinBr** Lid IM Club 




The fine weather the past few 
weeks has contributed to the success 
of many golfing events at Gowan 
Brae Golf and Country Club. 

This past weekend saw 106 two- 
man teams take part in the Gowan 
Brae Labatt's Best Ball-Scramble. 

After 36 holes of play, three teams 
were tied for first place with scores of 
139. A playoff, was held with the 
teams of John Woods and Lance 
Enright of Restigouche, Ernie Ha- 
chey and Doug Stewart of Moncton, 
and George Willett of Gowan Brae 
teamed up with Pierre Rossignol of 
Quebec City. 

On the second hole, the Willetl- 
Rossignol team chipped in for an 
caglc-3 to capture the winning 
trophy. 

Winning the Second Division hon- 
ors, with a 146 score, was a team of 
two Gowan Brae junior golfers, Rob- 
bie Clinch and Mark Brewsier. 

Congratulations to all the winners, 
and to the organizers and workers 
who made this sixth annual tourna- 
ment such a success. 

The junior program for this sum- 
mer is underway. The weekly in- 
structional clinics are being well 
attended and the first tournament has 
been held. The School-Ending 
Scramble, played on June 24, saw the 
team of Mark Brewster, Ian WiUett, 
Tyson Woods and David Cavalero 
put together a nine-hole score of 36. 

An awards ceremony will be held 
at the end of the summer to honor all 
the "winners of (he season's local 
junior events. 

The first of the four North Shore 
Junior Field Days will be held at the 
Restigouche Golf Club on Thursday, 
July 1 1. Interested juniors are asked 
to sign the poster in the junior room 
and be at the club before 8 a.m. to 
board the bus. 

Gowan Brae will be hosting this 
year's Provincial Junior Champion- 
ship, July IS and 16. Last year's 
junior men's champ, Yannick Lang, 
who is now a Gowan Brae member, 
will be defending his title. 

The junior ladies will be crowning 
their new champion since last year's 
winner. Carrie Vaughan of River- 
side, is now out of the junior categ- 
ory. However, Gowan Brae's Kerry 
Nbher, who won the title in 1989, 
will, be in the running for the 1991 
trophy. Good luck to all local 
participants. 

A non-qualifying tournament to 
prepare for the Junior Girls Team 
Trials will be held today and Thurs- 
day, with 2 p.m. and 9:30 a.m. tee off 
times respectively. 

As mentioned in previous col- 
umns, the 1992 National Junior La- 
dies' Championship will take place at 
Gowan Brae Aug. 8 to 12. 

The organizing committee consists 
of Pat Edwards, tournament chair- 
man; Ilona Schnarr, secretary; and 
Pella Leonfellncr, treasurer. 

The committee heads are, Isabel 



MacLaggan, publicity and public 
relations; Joe and Pat Flynn, aceomo- 
dation and transportation; Jo Jabora, 
program; George Willett, grounds; 
Mary Gavin, house; Pal Mahcr, 
prizes; Bcrnice Jardinc and Cheryl 
Brcwstcr, registration and informa- 
tion; and Don MacLaggan, draw and 
scoring. 

Of course, all of these committees 
will be requiring many more volun- 
teers to work at the hundreds of jobs 
that are necessary for a national event 
of this magnitude. All Gowan Brae 
members who -can contribute some 
lime to this effort arc asked to sign the 
sheets posted at the club or to contact 
one of the various committee chair- 
men. The organizing committee will 
be meeting once a month, and more 
frequently as the tournament 
approaches. 

The Tuesday Ladies' Day matches 
are being well attended. 

On June 18, winners of the morn- 
ing games were Mary Gavin, Valerie 
Frenetic, Norma Doucct, Marie 
Oliver and Esiellc Boisvert. Pri/.e 
winners in the evening matches were 
Billy Hanley, Margie MacDonald, 
Paulette Jessop, Pal Edwards, Susan 
Wylie and Lynn Sonicr. 

On June 25, 29 ladies participated 
in the matches, which saw prizes go 
to Joan Callaghan, Yvonne Fisher, 
Bernice Jardine, Dot Berry, Anne 
Arsencau, Betty Cavalero, Ilona 
Schnarr and Pat Stephcnson. 

Several local lady golfers travelled 
to Moncton on June 20, to participate 
in the Magnetic Hill Field Day which 
was won by Moncion's Moniquc 
Taylor. Winners from Gowan Brae 
were Valerie Frenetic, firsl low ncl in 
ihc firsl division; Gisclc Shaw, third 
low net in the first division; and 
Bemice Jardine, second low gross in 
the third division. 

A development clinic was held 
June 22 at the Miramichi Golf and 
Country Club for lady golfers with 
handicaps of 29 or less. 

Attending the clinic from Gowan 
Brae were Pat Maher, Mary Gavin, 
Sharon Connolly, Joan Callaghan, 
Margie MacDonald, Gisclc Shaw 
and Valerie Frenetic. Miramichi pro- 
fessional Ken McBride and his assis- 
lant, Gary, were the instructors. 

The regular Wednesday luncheons 
begin today Wednesday, and con- 
tinue through the summer months. 
However, convenors for two of the 
Augusl luncheons are still being 
sought. Those who would be willing 
lo convene a luncheon should contact 
Anne Arsencau as soon as possible. 

A nine-hole Get-Acquainied La- 
dies' Texas Scramble is being held 
this evening Wednesday. A second 
Scramble will be held July 26. 

Qualifying rounds for those wish- 
ing 10 lake part in the Provincial High 

Handicap Tournament must be 
played by this coming Friday. 

This tournament, open to golfers 
with handicaps of 26 or over, will 
take place at the Woodstock Golf 
Club on July 13. Check the downs- 
tairs bulletin board for more informa- 
tion about this tournament as well as 
the National Club's Team Champ- 
ionship, whose qualifying rounds 
will be played Wednesday, July 17. 



Beresford Schooners close in 



The Beresford Schooners won 
twice in as many tries this past week 
to move to within two games of Eel 
River Crossing in the Restigouche 
Intermediate Baseball League 
standings. 

The Schooners edged ihe Camp- 
bellton Merchant Hawks 6-4 and 
trounced the Belledune Mooseheads 
9-3 to up its record to 6-4 won-lost, 
trailing only Eel River at 8-2, and 
Campbellton al 7-4. Rounding out ihe 
seven-team standings are Belledune, 
5-5, the Beresford Alpine Bees, 2-2; 
the Dalhousie Moosehead Dodgers, 
5-6; and the Atholville Blue Pitch 
Royals, 0-10. 

Other league games saw Belledune 
edge Dalhousie, 6-4, and hammer 
Alholville, 18-7; Campbellton defeat 
Atholville. H-V Fel River beat Dal- 



housie, 7-1; and Dalhousie clip 
Campbellton, 1 1-4. A game between 
both Beresford squads had to be 
postponed. 

League games scheduled this week 
has Belledune travelling to Atholville 
for a 7:30 p.m. game Thursday night, 
the same night as Eel River heads for 
Dalhousie for a 6:15 p.m. game 
against the Dodgers. Campbellton 
lakes on the Beresford Alpine Bees 
Friday night in Beresford beginning 
at 7:30 p.m. 

An all-star game pitting the best of 
the Restigouche league against ihe 
Newcastle Senior Cardinals of ihe 
New Brunswick Senior Baseball 
League gets underway al 3:30 p.m. 
Sunday al Campbclllon's Rotary 
Field. 



Bowling challenge to local mall 



Bowling 
Update 

By EDWARD 

CHAMBERLAIN 




The Monthly Mixed Money Tour- 
nament at Chaleur Family Lanes will 
take place this coming Sunday begin- 
ning al 10 a.m. 

Registration is $ 10 per bowler plus 
strings, and learns will be made up by 
way of averages. 

A friendly bowling tournament 
took place at Chaleur Family Lanes 
involving ihc staff from Chaleur 
Centre and the Douglastown Mall, 



with Chaleur Ccnlre coming oul in 
first place thanks to a team captained 
by Daniel Couture. 

The next tournament will take 
place this month between both malls. 

Following are the winners at Cha- 
leur Lanes' Moonlight Bowling held 
Friday night: Gilles Caron, Lynus 
Buggie, Caroline Couture, Gilles 
Doucei and Michael Thibodeau each 
won $5 in cash. 

On Saturday night, Rachelle Cou- 
ture won $15, Claude Hachcy won 
$10, and Andrew Poirier, Caroline 
Couture, Guy Mallet, Paul Poirier, 
Pierrette Bergeron, Brigittc Guilard, 
Terry Coombs and Rona Raddcn 
were all $5 winners. 



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The summer staff employed with the city's Parks, Recreation and Tourism Deparimem has just recently completed us one-week training program at ihc 
Bathurst Sports Chalet, and is now ready lo enienain the youlh of ihe cily again ihis summer. The studenis will begin iheir work program July 8 
arc Rachel Cameron, playground monitor; Terry Poirier, gymnastics coach; Stephanie Sealy, gymnaslics coach; Lisa Cavicchiolo, pre-schooler 
Kerry Maher, volleyball coach; Tawnya Walsh, mobile leader; Lori St. George, pre-schooler monitor; Jenny LeBlanc, mobile leader; Sandy Aubc,voll 
coach; and Shcm Savoic, badminton coach. Middle row from left arc Isabcllc Theriauli, badminton coach, Nicole Paulm, mobile leader; Sylvic 
T-ball coach and outdoor recreauon coordinator; Jeff Ouellettc, soccer coach; Keith Flynn, track and field coach; Francois Deschenes, tennis coach; Darryl 
Lavigne, baskciball coach; Jeff Arsenaull, T-ball coach; Paul Robbins, drama insiructor; and Andrew Dobson, outdoor recreation coordinator. Back from left 
are maintenance staff Richard Fitters, Brian Dwyer, Ted Branch, Keith Chamberlain. Chris Bums, Wayne Ellis, and Kim Smith; and Lynn Doucei drama 
insirucior; Chantal Vinel, mobile leader; Anne Glover, mobile leader; Chantal Desjardins, pre-schooler monilor, Kari Siever, soflball coach; Phih 
basketball and tennis coach; Lucie Wilson, tourist counsellor for ihe Tourism Departmeni; Bruce Boucher, special events coordinator; Chaniale Roy, project 
manager; Helen Thibodeau, playground coordinator; Derek McCallum, staff bus driver and sports coordinator; Donna Landry, outdoor recreation specialist 

and summer program supervisor; and Michel Doucei, tourism/visitors services coordinator. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

It's "play ball" time for area youth 



The Balhursl Minor Baseball As- 
socialion kicked off its house league 
schedule on mosl fronts last week, 
with numerous games contested ar- 
ound the city. 

The week began June 24 with a 
pair of games, the firsl a Beaver 
division matchup which saw the 
White Sox oulhustle ihe Twins 9-2. 

Greg Allain was Ihc lop hitter for 
the winning side with a double, ihe 
same as Kyle Jamicson in the Twins' 



lineup. 

Also thai day, Joel Albert stroked a 
pair of base hits for the Pirates and 
Jimmy Dean Melanson made a few 
ouslanding defensive plays and hit a 
solid double for the A's in a Squirt 
division exhibition match. 

Another exhibition game was 
played June 25, this one in the 
Mosquito ranks. The Expos squarred 
off against the Giants, a game high- 
lighted by Philippe Godin's heroics 




at ihe plate. The Gianls' slugger 
stroked a grand slam home run and a 
pair of base hits, while Larry Rollins 
had three hits lo lead the Expos. 

The Blue Jays trimmed the Angels 
10-2 in a Beaver division game June 
25, one which saw seven runs pushed 
across the plate by ihe Jays in ihe 
second inning. 

Kirk Doucei was Ihe winning 
pitcher, allowing only a single run in 
each of ihe firsl two innings, while 
Michael Goyciie was tagged with the' 
loss. Leading the winning offence 
were Marc Boudrcau, two singles; 
Jamie Doucei, a triple; and David 
Blais and Denis Theriauli, each with 
a single. 

The White Sox edged the Twins 
1 1 - 10 in the first of two games played 
June 26. this one in the Beaver 
division. 

Leading the White Sox in the 
hitting department were Patrick Dai- 
glc, Jason Fortin, Greg Allain, and 
Lloyd Lavigne, each with a single. 

Top hitlers in the Twins' lineup were 
Craig Branch, a home run and a 
single; Kyle Jamicson and David 
Couture, each with iwo singles; and 
Tyle McGralh, a double. 



Closing oul Ihe week was a Squirt 
division exhibilion maich belween 
ihe Yankees and the Phillies. Leading 
ihe Yankees al the plate was David 
Landry, with a double and two 
singles, while the lop player for. ihe 
Phillies was Chad Nelson, with iwo 
solid base hits and strong defensive 
efforts. 




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Robcrtvillc's 6-4 victory over Al- 
lardvillc Cultural Centre June 27, 
with Ronald Regnier lagged with the 
loss. 

Leading the winning side at the 
plate were Michel Lagacc", with a 
home run, triple and double; and 
Martin Hachey, wilh a pair of singles. 
Mario Foumier stroked a triple and a 
double ,U> Jead Allardvillc,- with 
Robert Savoie chipping in wilh a 
home run. 



CONTRIBUTING TO SUCCESS OF MINOR BALL 

, ,'itf**'t 

The Bathurst Minor Baseball Association is going wilh an instructional 
program this season for the second straight year, a system credited with 
raising ihe number of children involved in minor ball over the 300 mark. 
Widely credited wilh ihe success of the program are the four University de 
Moncton students hired as instructors. They include, from left, Marco 
Chiasson, assistant coordinator and instructor; Stephane Hachey, assistant 
coordinator and instructor; Jolyn Theriauli, coordinator and instructor; and 
Francois Boudreau, instructor. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Robertville wins both 

Only two games were reported in 
the South Bathurst Alpine Softball 
League this pasl week, both of them 
Robertville Roi du Poulcl wins. 

The first was played June 25, a 
17-8 win for Robertville over Niga- 
doo R.H. Frenetic. Marcel Freneue 
was Ihe winning pitcher, with the loss 
going to Marc-Andre' Chiasson. 

Top hitters in the winning lineup 
were Flavien Guilard, a home run and 
two doubles; Jean-Louis Arscneau, a 
home run and two singles; Brian 
Hadley, a home run and one single; 
and Gilles Boudreau, with four sin- 
gles. Leading the losing side in the 
hilling department were Donald De- 
Grace, wilh a homer and two singles, 
and Laurent Roy, with a home run 
and one single. 

Etienne Pi trc was on the mound for 



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Sports B.J. Furs, Penguin Club set pace in softball loop 



On Deck 

SWIMMING 

BATHURST AQUATIC CENTRE 
MONDAY 



Klj Bird 

Watered* 

Pre-Sdiool/Speclalljr program 

Swim team 

Lap iwim/Ecso 

Chlldren'i Red Crosi lenon* 

Tarun twlm 

Taraaa iwlm 

SUIT training 

Lifeguard Kfcool 

Water polo 

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Lap swim 

TUESDAY 

Caaoeing/boatinc 

Adult leouni 

Pre-KBooi/Spcctalt}> program 

Swim team 

Lap iwbn/Eoo 

ChUdren'l Red Cross lessons 

Tarzan swim 

Tarzan swim 

Staff training 

Lifeguard fdiool 

Boating/canoeing 

Family iwlm 

Watercbe 

WEDNESDAY 

Early bird 

Watercbe 

Pre-school/Speclally program 

Swim team 

Lap swIm/Esso 

Children's Red Cross lenoni 

Tarzan iwlm 

Tarzan iwlm 

Staff training 

IJfeguard school 

Water polo 

Family wim 

Lap swim 

THURSDAY 

Canoeing/boating 

Adult lessons 

Pre-scnoot/SpecUltj program 

Swim team 

Lap swim/Esso 

Children's Red Cross lessons 

Tanan fwtm 

Ttrzan iwtm 

Staff training 

Canoeing/boating 

Canoeing/boating 

Family *wim 

Watercbe 

FRIDAY 

Early bird 
Watercbe 

Prf-school/Spcclally program 

Swim team 

Lap iwlm/Eaao 

Children'! Red Cross koons 

Tanan swim 

Tarzan iwtm 

SUIT training 

Canoeing/boating 

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Lap iwnt/Eaao 12 noon 

Chlldrcn'i Red Croaa Icnoni 1 pjn. 

Tanan iwlm 2 p.m. 

Tarzan iwlm 3 pjn. 

Family iwlm 6 p.m 

Family iwlm 7 pjn. 

SUNDAY 

Lap iwhn/Eno 12 noon 
Children'! Red Croai leaaoni 1 pjn. 

Tarzan iwlm 2 pjn 

Tarzan iwlm 3 p.m 

Family iwlm 6 pjn 

Adult tenons 7 pjn 

Walrrcize I p.m 

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Penguin Club and B.J. Furs won a 
pair of games each this weekend in 
Fabrication of Plaques City Softball 
League action, keeping pace with one 
another atop the league standings. 

After 10 games played, BJ. Furs 
leads the league with a 9-1 won -lost 
record, with Penguin Club only one 
game behind at 8-2. Rounding out the 
standings are Brasserie O'SL Pierre, 
5-5; Bistro Terrasse, 4-6; C&G Smith 
Trucking, 3-7; and the Bathurst 
Moosehead Dry Firefighters, 1-9. 

Eddie Couture's pitching led BJ. 
Furs to a 7-1 victory over Bistro 
Terrasse to start the week off on June 
24, with Roger Arseneau claiming 
the loss. 

TOD hitter for the winnine side of 

SOUTH BATHURST ALPINE 
SOFTBALL LEAGUE 

Wednesday, July 3 

Piidier'i Pub vi ATS 8 p.m. South 

Thursday, July 4 

Ailardvilk vi PJ.'s Pub 8 p.m. South 

Monday, July 

PJ.'i vs Union Centre 6:30 p.m. South 

ATS vi Allardville 8:30 p.m. South 

Tuesday, July 9 

AUardville vi Nigadoo 6:30 p.m. South 

Pitcher ' vi RobenviUe 8 p.m Robert 

Union Centre vs ATS 8:30 p m. South 

Wednesday, July 10 

Robeitville vi PJ.'s Pub 6:30 p.m. South 

Nigadoo vs Pitcher's Pub 8:30 p.m. South 

NEW BANDON MEN'S SOFT- 
BALL LEAGUE 

Wednesday. July 3 

Knowles Bros, vi C.J. Sharti 8:30 p m 

Sunday, July 7 

Jay' i Place vi Momibrook 6 p m 

CJ. Sharics vi Scaly Em. 8 p m 

Monday, July 3 

Knowlei Broi vs G.N. Trucking 8:30 p.m 

Wednesday, July 10 

Homibfook vi Scaly Em. 8:30 p.m. 

NEW BANDON WOMEN'S 
SOFTBALL LEAGUE 

Thursday, July 4 

RobenviUe vi Ellis' Seafood 8:30 p.m. 

Sunday, July 7 

Herb Knowlei vi KLB 1 p.m. 

Tuesday, July 

RobertviUe vi Herb Knowles 8:30 p m 

BASEBALL 

NORTH SHORE BANTAM 
BASEBALL LEAGUE 

Thursday, July 4 

Eel River vi Baihurn 6:30 p.m. 

Sunday, July 7 

Baihuni vi Dalhouiie 1 m 

RobertviUe vi Camp. 1 1 a.m. 

Baihuni vi Eel River 3:15 pm 

RobertviUe vi Dalhouiie 3:30 p.m. 

Monday, July 8 

Bereiford vi Baihuni 6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, July 10 

Dalhouiie vi Robenvilk 6:30 p.m. 



Pre-Schookn 

Sinirday and Sunday 
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FamUy iwlm 

Every day 2 pjn. 

Red Croi children 
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Saturday and Sunday 12 noon 
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Sunday lo Thursday 

SOFTBALL 



the field was Ren6 Robichaud, with a 
double and a single, while for the 
losing side it was Allan Lccu with 
three singles, and Mike Lovegrovc, 
with a double. 

Penguin Club defeated C&G 
Smith Trucking 14-2 in the late game, 
with Danny Daigle on the mound for 
the win and Kevin Peters tagged wiih 
the loss. 

Brasserie O'St. Pierre opened play 



June 25 wiih a 9-7 victory over the 
Balhurst Moosehead Dry Firefigh- 
ters. Results of the encounter were 
unavailable. 

B J. Furs gained its second win in a 
row in the late game, a 20-17 mar- 
athon victory over Bistro Terrasse. 
Robert Frenetic was the winning 
hurlcr here, with the loss attributed to 
Robbie Arseneau. 

Leading ihc winner's hitting de- 



partment were Andy Chan, three 
singles and a triple, and Jean Paul 
Cormier, a triple and a single, while 
for Bistro it was Charles Walsh, with 
a pair of singles. 

Marc-AndrdComcau was the win- 
ning pitcher in Brasserie O'St. 
Pierre's 4-3 victory over the Bathurst 
Moosehead Dry Firefighters June 26, 
wiih Jean-Claude Rioux tagged with 
the loss. 



Penguin Club kept pace with BJ. 
Furs via a 14-8 win over C&G Smith 
Trucking in the final match of the 
week. Danny Daigle was on the 
mound for Penguin Club, with Carl 
Smith credited with the loss. 

Terry fare led the winning side 
with a triple, a double and a single, 
while for the other side it was Todd 
Morrison leading the way, with a 
triple and a single. 



Race tightens in New Bandon men's league 



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PARKWOOD SCHOONER- 
PIZZA DELIGHT SOFTBALL 
LEAGUE 

(All games played it Centennial 
Reid In Parkwood Heights) 

Wednesday, July 3 

Right Spot vi Jim Wallen 6:30 pjn. 

Wfld Goote vi Uptown 8:30 pjn. 

Thursday, July 4 

O'SL Pierre vi Wild Goon 6:30 p.m 

Big D vi Techno 90 8:30 pjn. 

Monday, July 8 

Uptown vi Right Spot 6:30 p.m. 

Rain Date 1:30 pjn. 

Tuewte*. July 9 

Right Spot vi Big D 6:30 pjn. 

Techno 90 vi Jim Wallen 8:30 pjn. 

Wednesday, July 10 

Wild Gooe vi Right Spot 6:30 pjn. 

O'SL Pierre vi Uptown 1:30 pjn. 

FABRICATION OF PLAQUES 
CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE 
(All games played at the Bosca- 
Buraglia Reid In East Bathurst) 

Wednesday, July 3 

Biitro vi Penguin Club 8:30 p.m 

Thunday, jJy 4 

Firefighien vi BJ. Bin 8:30 p.m. 

Monday, July 8 

BJ. Bin vi C&G Trucking 6:30 p.m. 

Penguin Club vi O'SL Pierre 8:30 pjn. 

Tuesday, July 9 

Firefighten vi Biitro 6:30 p.m. 

CAO Trucking vi RJ. Bin 8:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, July 10 

O'SL Pierre vi Penguin dub 8:30 pjn. 



The top two teams in the New 
Bandon Sports Association Men's 
Softball League went head-to-head 
June 24, resulting in an even closer 
race for the top position. 

Hornibrook Construction still 
leads the loop with a 9-3 won-lost 
record despite losing the aforemen- 
tioned game against G.N. Trucking 
by a score of 16-14. 

G.N. Trucking thus raises its re- 
cord to 8-3 on the year, half a game 
behind the front-runners. Rounding 
out the six-team league standings arc 
Scaly Enterprises, 7-5; Knowles 
Brothers, 5-6; CJ. Sharks, 3-8; and 
Jay's Place, 2-9. 

Peter Knowles was the winning 
hurlcr for G.N. Trucking in their 
upset victory, with the loss going to 
Matthew Dempscy. Top hitters for 
the winning side were Todd Scott, 
with a triple and a single, and Nathan 
Ellis, wiih a double and two singles. 
Kirk Knowles stroked a double and a 
single to top all Hornibrook Con- 
struction batters. 

Jay's Place edged Sealy Enter- 
prises 18-14 June 26, with Matthew 
Daley the winning hurlcr and Leon 
Duguay tagged with the loss. Leading 
Jay's Place to the win were Charles 
Scott, with a triple, double and two 
singles, and Josh Good, with three 
triples. Leading Sealy's attack were 
Winston Coombs, with a triple and a 
single, and Keith Sealy, with a triple. 

Hornibrook Construction doubled 
the CJ. Sharks 10-5 behind John 
Morrison's pitching arm. Darren Sul- 
livan was credited with the loss. Ryan 
Jagoe led the winning offence with a 
triple and two singles, while Preston 
Knowles handled the bulk of the CJ. 
Sharks output with three singles. 

The late game had Sealy Enter- 
prises sail to a 20-14 victory over 
Knowles Brothers, with Blair Scott 
gelling the win and Kirby Daley 
tagged with the loss. Scott, with a 



triple and a double, and Shane Good, from the batter's box, while for the double and a single, and Hanson 
3 a pair of doubles, led the winners losing side it was Mark Smith, with a Miller, with three singles. 



LOI SUR LES PECHERIES 

Ordonnance da modification de 
la periode de fermeture dans 
la Region du golfe, 1991-G-203 

En vertu du paragraphe 13(3) du Reglement de peche du 
Nouveau-Brunswick, qui constrtue le chapitre 844 de la Codifica- 
tion des reglements du Canada, 1978, dans sa forme modifies, le 
Direcleur general regional, interdit par la presente la peche a la 
ligne de quel que poisson que ce sort dans les eaux de la riviere 
Nepi sigu it , a partir de la t ete des chutes Pabmeau sur une distance 
de 45 metres en aval jusqu'a un point marque par un agent des 
peches, du 27 juin au 31 decembre 1991 seulement 

Fait a Moncton (N.-B.) ce 27 jour de juin 1991. 

Dlrecteur general regional Interimalre 

Region du Golfe 

A.O. Cormier 



Fistwies Peches 

and Oceans et Oceans 



Irving Oil 
joins the team! 

Atlantic Bantam Hockey gets a new sponsor 



At Irving Oil, we're 
committed to Atlantic 
Canadians of all ages. 
That's why we're proud 
to announce our exclusive 
sponsorship of the Atlantic 
Canada Bantam Hockey 
Championship. This prestig- 
ious event, a showcase for 
the best young players 
across the region, will now 
be known as the Irving Oil 
Challenge Cup. 

We're also excited 
to announce that Hockey 
Hall of Famer Darryl Sittler 
has joined us as Honorary 
Captain. So come out and 
cheer for your local team 
this winter. Next April 
they could join Darryl. 
Irving Oil and some of 
Atlantic Canada's best 
bantam hockey players in 
Newcastle-Chatham. New- 
Brunswick, for the 1992 
Irving Oil Challenge Cup. 




/ Sutler, termer XHL sfiir 'left' and Johnny Grant. 
fh/ <.irea siirviYisor for Rirhnsr (\unpMlton region 
'right'. HVIV ^ii l\inJ tor the official announcement made 
recently in Saint John. Xor Brunswick. 



IRV NG 




CORRECTION 

In (hit week's Great Canadian Summer 
Sato' Flyer, the price* for the Wheel 
Coven advertised on page 2 have been 
transposed The 'ABS' Wheel Covert 
should have been advertised at $7 97 
each, and the Wire-look Wheel Covers at 
$11.07 each. 

We apologize for any inconvenience 
Ms may have caused 

K mart Canada Limited 



YOUR CANADA EMPLOYMENT CENTRE 



To increase the skill levels of these workers, the Canada Employment Centre 
offers programmes required to better answer the needs of the level job market. 



Ul Job Creation 
(Section 25) 

The objective is to link up. 
unemployed workers with bu- 
sinesses and organizations. 
Helps workers maintain their 
skills and helps businesses 
complete projects. Projects 
must create at least three new 
jobs, last between six and 52 
weeks and not displace any 
existing employees or volun- 
teers. Projects should have 
objectives which can be com- 
pleted in a specific time 
frame. 




Job Entry 
(Re-entry) 

The objective is to provide on 
and off-the-job training and 
work experience for women 
who have difficulty making the 
transition from home to work. 
This is done through the pro- 
vision of financial assistance 
to co-ordinators for operating 
and training costs and allow- 
ances for participants. 



Mrs. Irene Lagace from Caraquet was part of a group of 14 women 
who successfully completed a secretarial course (clerk-typist) made 
possible by the C.E.I.C. Job Entry program. Since then, she has been 
employed by the Federation des Caisses Populaires Acadiennes in 
Caraquet. 



Where people matter! 



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Employment and 
Immigration Canada 



Emploi et 
Immigration Canada 




4B The Northern Light, Wed.. July 3. 1991 




Softball field almost full 



There arc only four more teams 
needed 10 complete the field for the 
Second Annual Laball's Blue Pilch 
Orthodox Softball Tournament, set 
for Bathurst July 11 to 14. 

According to one of the organi/.- 
crs, 14 of 16 teams in each of two 
divisions have committed themselves 
to play in the event, with $2,000 in 
pri/ money up for grabs. 

Organi/crs arc hoping for a full 
slate of 16 teams to do battle in the 
Big League Division, where the 
spoils of victory will include $600 in 
cash, the Labalt's Trophy, and indivi- 
dual prizes donated by LabaU's Bre- 
weries. The runner-up team will 
receive $300, and the third and fourth 



place teams $150 each. The registra- 
tion fee for this division is $150. 
Another 16 teams will vie for the 
S400 grand prize, the Labatt's Tro- 
phy and prizes in the House League 
Division, where the runner-up team 
receives $200. Third and fourth place 
teams will console themselves with 
$100 apiece. Registration fee for this 
division is $100. 



This tournament is sanctioned by 
Softball New Brunswick and will 
abide by its rules and regulations. 
Pitchers must throw the traditional 
orthodox pilch, with no whip pitch 
allowed. 

Registrations are on a first come, 
first serve basis. Contact Ben Lev- 
esque at 546-5234 as soon as possible 
10 reserve your spot. 



Shuffleboard tourney Saturday 



The Herman J. Good V.C. Branch 
No. 1 8 of Die Royal Canadian Legion 
wilh be hosting the annual Bathurst 
Summer Festival Shuffleboard Tour- 
nament this coming Saturday. 

Registrations are $5 per two- 



person learn and will be accepied at 
Ihc legion beginning at 9:30 a.m. thai 
morning. The evcnl is open to all 
legion members and guests. 

Cash prizes will be up for grabs, 
3 nH a lunch will be made available. 



LIVE IN CONCERT 



THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE ACADIAN GAMES 

Young athletes representing the Chaleur region at the Acadian Games Final this pasi weekend in Dalhousie gol 
mosl of the glory, but their success is reliant on more than just their alhletic capabilities. U lakes many people 10 gel 
them there in the first place-coaches, trainers, sponsors and others-and here arc just a few of ihcm. From from Icfi arc 
Reno Duguay, handball trainer, C 'a mile Guitard, representing Clinic Dr. Rossignol; Serge Blanchard, handball 
trainer; Claire Duguay-Brideau, representing Allardville Credit Union; and Serge Godin, girls volleyball coach. Back 
Irom left are Bruno Poiricr, chief of the delegation from the Chaleur region; Dr. Maurice Robichaud, representing 
Boudreau and Robichaud Dental Clinic; Maryse Boudreau, representing Boudrcau Sports of Bcresford; Jacques 
Macho", representing Chaleur Racket Centre; Alain Theriault, representing Holy Family Credit Union; and Jacques 
LcBlanc, committee president for the Chaleur Regional Acadian Games. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Tyson-Ruddock III a possibility 




On The 
Ropes 



BY 



BIU HUDON 




Canadian boxer Donovan (Razor) 
Ruddock lost a 12-round decision to 
Mike Tyson in Las Vegas last 
weekend, bul did very well in match 
number two. 

Yes, you are right, there could be a 
match number three. 

Like I said. Ruddock did a jot 
better in this Tight than ihe first one, 
but this time around he had to spend 
the night in a hospital with a broken 
jaw. Tyson had predicted that he 
would knock out Ruddock early, but 



he could not stop him. 

Take it from the horse's mouth, 
this guy Ruddock is no small chicken; 
he is a very big man. Tyson looked so 
small compared to Ruddock, maybe 
that's why he could not stop him. 

What's next for Ruddock? Well, 
from what I heard Ruddock will be 
back. He could be fighting one of the 
young lions, guys like Riddick Bowe, 
Ray Meiccr or Lennox Lewis. I could 
be wrong, bul I see it that way. 

Now, getting back to Tyson. Who 
will be his next opponent? Big 
George Foreman could be the man, as 
current Heavyweight champion 
Evander Holyfield does not want to 
fight Tyson just yet Yes, you are 
right, the champion is afraid of 
Tyson. So like I said above, it could 
be Tyson versus Foreman. 



The New Bandon Sports Associa- 
tion is searching for ladies softball 
icams interested in taking pan in a 
tournament, slated for July 19 to 21 in 
Janeville. 

The first 16 teams will be ac- 
cepted, and the deadline for entering 
the orthodox event is set for July 10. 



The registration fee is $125 per 
team, with $300 set aside for the 
winning team and $200 for the 
runner-up. 

To enter, contact either Coleen 
Ellis at 546-204 1 or Peter Know Ic s at 
548-9122. 



Soap box entries sought 



Irving Oil Limited and its partici- 
pating stations will be holding their 
Second Annual Irving Oil Soap Box 
Derby during the Bathurst Summer 
Festival. 

This event will be held July 13 
beginning at 10 a.m. at the Go wan 
Brae Estates on Youghal Drive. 



Everybody, young and old alike, 
are invited to participate. Organiza- 
tions, groups and businesses are 
especially welcome. 

For more information, or to regis- 
ter, contact Johnny Grant at 
546-3378. 



Former Holy Family pastor promoted 



Father Camille Doucet, M.S., for- 
mer pastor of Holy Family Parish in 
Bathurst, has been elected Vice- 
Provincial of his religious commun- 
ity in the United Slates. 

A native of Bathurst, Father 
Doucet was chosen for this position 
by members of the LaSaletie Fathers 
and Brothers of Immaculate Heart of 
Mary Province in Attleboro, Mass. 
The election took place during the 
receni Chapter of his order. As first 
assistant to the new Provincial Super- 
ior, Father Gil Genest, Father Doucet 
will participate in the government of 



this religious community founded in 
France during the last century. The 
LaSalcttcs are responsible for a num- 
ber of shrines and parishes in the 
United States and Canada. 

Father Doucet studied in Bathurst, 
Ottawa, and Houston, Texas. At the 
present time Father Doucet, son of 
Mrs. Stella Doucet and the late 
Arthur Doucet of Bathurst, is Associ- 
ate Pastor at Our Lady of the Cape 
Parish in Brewster on Cape Cod. He 
will continue to serve in this capacity 
while assuming his new functions. 



Attention 



Deer Hunters 



If you are a resident ol New Brunswick 

and want to hunt Antterless Deer (dots & lawns) in 1991 

you mi st enter the Anllfrtftt Off lg Drmw 

Applications (or the draw are anacnad 

to the 1991 Resident's deer licence and 

will be available in May 

Before completing your application, consult an application booklet 

available at all Department of Natural Resources and Energy Offices 

and deer licence vendors 



Remember! 

Your application must be received by Som. Friday July 19. 1M1 

at the address shown on the back 
of the application or at your local DNRE Office 




\i \\ ^^ XHIM-.III 

Brunswick 



One man asked me who I thought 
would win between Holyficld and 
Ruddock. I would pick Ruddock, 
because I think the champ is loo 
small. He is only a blown up Light- 
heavyweight 

Getting back to Ruddock, he has a 
lol of paiching up to do on his face. 
Bui don't get me wrong, this guy is a 
tough dude. 

PASSING PARADE: SEPT. 18, 
1953 

Young Howard McLean wins a 
four-round decision over Paul Prisk. 
On ihe same card, Don Spiagg fought 
a non-title bout wilh Quebec's Wel- 
lerweight champion Gaston Meunier. 

"Wild" Bill Hudon is a member 
of the Canadian Boxing Hall of 
Fame and the Bathurst Sports Hall 
of Fame. 




SUNDAY, JULY 7 
7 P.M. 

ON THE CAUSEWAY IN BATHURST 
TICKETS: $10 ADVANCE + GST 

$13 DAY OF SHOW + GST 

J.L. Convenience Loto 

Book Village Lounsbury Store 



CKBC & LABATTS PRESENTS 26-2 



with SPECIAL GUEST STAR 

MATT MINGLEWOOD 



SoftbaJJ entry deadline near 



"I'm one of the guys, alright. But when 
it comes to rum, I'm my own man. 



i 




My rum is Bacardi. 



Why? Because Bacardi is smooth the way no other rum is. It's full of 
flavour the way no other rum is. And it satisfies me the way no other rum 
does. And Bacardi rum does it for me whether I drink it straight, mixed 
or on the rocks. Bacardi. It's an original. " 



.'Ml fuumnl > HI (ilStf BID IOf MA<, Ol BK.ATOi rOMMNV I IWITI 




The Northern Light, Wed., July 3, 1991 5B 




K OF C HALL IN EAST OFFICIALLY REOPENED AFTER RENOVATIONS 

The official re-opening of the Knights of Columbus Hall in East Bathursl, headquarters of K of C Council 8678, was 
held recently. About $240,000 was spent renovating the building, located on Miramichi Avenue. Shown from left arc 
Father Wesley Wade; Richard Francoeur, master of ceremonies; Mgr. Andre Richard, Bishop of the diocese of 
Bathursl; and Raymond Pitre, Grand Knight 

(Northern Light Photo) 

competition with Moncton, Fredericton 
and Saint John. Let's show them what 
Bathursl is capable of. 
-Visiting Hours for Under the Big Top - 
Run away to the circus! Girl Guides of 
New Brunswick's all age camp event. 
Under the Big Top, invites you lo join 
them. 

The camp is located at Franklin Farms, 
Bains Comer, near Saint John. Visiting 
hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, 
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday during the 
week of July 7 through 13. 

Family, friends and other guests will be 
escorted lo a different area of camp each 
day. 
i Come and join the circus! 



REWARDS TOP SOCIAL STUDIES STUDENTS 

Grade 8 students at J. Gordon Chalmers Junior High School were presented with new books June 19 by the Nicolas 
Dcnys Chapter 1ODE, for outstanding achievements in social studies. The students had the highest standing in each ol 
their social studies classes. Front from left are Susan Biscau, and Sabrina Scott. Back from left arc Elizabeth Lewis, 
IODE standard bearer, Aloma Jardine, Andrew Goguen, and Mary Rogers, IODE education secretary. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




brunsiuich mining 
smelting and Fertilizer 




BULLETIN 
BOARD 



right? The environment needs you to stop 
doing so to help decrease the amount of 

waste generated by such daily habits. 
That's why the waste reduction campaign 
"Mug Up for the Environment" took the 
initiative to encourage everyone to use 
permanent mugs instead of disposables. 
There will be a "Mug Up" day July 10, 
where local businesses will be helped to 
tally the number of times their office uses 
mugs in place of disposable cups. If your 
office has not been contacted and is 
interested in participating, simply tally 
the results on apiece of paper and contact 
Julie Dugas at 547-2145, extension 2240, 
to give results. It will be an inter-city 



I Editor'* Note: If your group or organi- 
zation h tn upcoming activity, thi* If 
tht place to for people know about It 
Plet*e note however, that itfma for thi* 
column fhould be brought In no tutor 
than Friday at 5 p.m., to help ensure 
publication tht following week.) 

TODAY 

--Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic in Bercsford at the Golden 
Age Club from 9:15 a.m to 11 a.m.. and 
from 1:15 p.m. lo 3 p.m. Appointments 
should be made one month in advance by 
calling 547-2702. 
THURSDAY 

--Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic at the Department of Health 
and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St., from 9 a.m. lo 1 1 a.m. and from 
1 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. Appointments should 
be made one month in advance by calling 
547-2702. 
TUESDAY 

-Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic at the Department of Health 
and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St., from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. and from 
1 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. Appointments should 
be made one month in advance by calling 
547-2702. 
UPCOMING 

-Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic in Bcresford at the Golden 
Age Club July 10 from 9:15 a.m. to 11 
a.m., and from 1:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. 
Appointments should be made one month 
in advance by calling 547-2702. 
-Public heallh nurses will hold a well 
child clinic at ihe Department of Health 
and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St., July 1 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. 
and from 1 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. Appoint- 
ments should be made one month in 
advance by calling 547-2702. 
--Climb on board for a Pioneer adven- 
ture! A Vacation Bible School is slated 
for July 15 through 19 at Bayview Baptist 
Church, 780O'Neil Ave., from 9:15 a.m. 
to 11:30 a.m. for youth aged 4 years to 
Grade 6(complcted). Games, crafts, 
songs and snacks arc all pan of this fun 
and learning experience. For more infor- 
mation, call 546-4184. 
OTHER HAPPENINGS 
-Do you own a mug? Do you bring it to 
work? If yes, great! If not. it's time that 
you do. If you drink coffee, tea or even 
water in disposable cups (styrofoam or 
paper) what do you do after use? You 
simply throw it away again and again. 



T^|ALLOUR- T 1 7* 1 

Best Wishes 



TO 




Kimberly Keoughan 

Representing The Northern Light 
in this year's Miss Bathursl Pageant. 



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GOODYEAR CERTIFIED AUTO SERVICE CENTRE 

BATHURST 

1967 Miramichi Ave. 
546-9927 



GOODYEAR TIRE DEALER 

BATHURST TIRE SALES 

600 St. Anne St. 
546-9831 



TO FIRST 250 PEOPLE 



FRIDAY, JULY 5 

DOORS OPEN AT 5:00 P.M. 

STARTS 6:45 



BUILD-UP 
JACKPOT 



$ 2,900 



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900 



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BONANZA 
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BASEBALL 
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BATHURST SENIOR BASEBALL INC. 

BINGO 

NOW IN A 
NEW LOCATION 



OLD CONSUMERS LOCATION AT CHALEUR CENTER 



6JJ The Northern Light, Wed., July 3, 1991 



CONGRATULATIONS ORGANIZERS 
AND WELCOME EVERYONE TO THE 1991 

BATHURST SILVER JUBILEE FESTIVAL 




JULY 





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1991 



INFORMATION ON EVENTS 
AND REGISTRATION: 

HARBOURVIEW PLACE, MAIN STREET 
9:00 AM to 9:00 PM 

548-0704 



^kniversaire 



9.00AM YOUTH BOWLING 

to 5 00PM Then will be prizes 

Chaleur Family Lines 

Chaleur Centre 

$5.00 / 3 sitings, shoes included 

1 00 PM SENIORS' BOWLING 

TOURNAMENT 
BowUiuni 

S6.00 per person / 3 strings 

7.00 PM MISS M THURST PAGEANT 

BHS Amphitheatre $8.00 



800 PM 
(01200 

10:00 PM 



SOCIAL EVENING FOR SENIORS 
Royal Canadian Legion $2.00 

MR. BATHUPST 

MEET THE CANDIDA Tf NIGHT' 

Boulevard Club 

Pageant to be held July 16 



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900 AM FUN HOUSE (ages 6 10) 

BathuritAraM $2.00 
* '"'^9 a*/ 1 * n** J?^> '"- >Ji3i 

fi wwaqn* -ncrinNff u c/wr 

4 00 PM JM/T7T THEA TRICAL TEAM 

Bithurjt Arena 

100PM MILK ACTIVITIES 

Prizes for kids Bathunt Anna 

200 PM FUN HOUSE (ages 11-15) 

Bathurst Arena $2.00 

200 PM BINGO 

There will be prizes & a light lunch 
Bathurst Supermall 

230 PM ICE CREAM EA TING CONTEST 

Place Bathurst Mall 

Sponsored by Baxter Dairies 

700 PM MEN'S BOWLING TOURNAMENT 

BowUnma $20.00 



900AM YOUTH BALL HOCKEY 

TOURNAMENT 

Categories: 11 -H and 15- 18 

BHS Parking Lot 'Rain or Shine' 

10:00 AM TUB INFORMATION 

TIL CLOSING Place B?'hursl Mall 

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 
HIGH HOPES ilGHUmHG WE EKE NO 

SO continuous hours starting at noon, Main Street 



6:00 PM 

700PM 

830PM 



8:30 PM 
to 100 AM 



MINOR BASEBALL 

TOURNAMENT 

Aoes 7 9 Coronation Park 

To register, contact Pat Devcreaux 

at 546-5714 

TALENT NIGHT 
Bathurst Supermall 

BATHURST SILVER JUBILEE 
FESTIVAL HOE-DOWN 
Featuring: The Good 01' Boys' 
Bathurst Arena $3.00 

SUMMER SWING '91 DANCE 
Featuring: 'Calnan' 
Curling dub $3.00 



All Day MINOR BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Coronation Park 

900AM CITY'S FARMERS' MARKET 

to 400PM FUN DAY 

Indian Food, Cotton Candy, Candy Apples, 
special events for the kids, special music 
a r 1 pig roast by Ivan Ramsay. 

10:00 AM TUB INFORMA TIOH . 
to 5:00 PM Place Bathurst Mall 

11:00 AM INNER-TUBE RACE ne *>., 
Inner Basin (Register before race) 

1 00 PM RUGBY TOURNAMENT 

(0400PM SOUEELERCUP 

Coronation & College Fields 

200PM ALL STAR SOFTBALL 

Centennial Park 

2:00 PM DOG SHOW DEMONS IRA TIONS 
To 500 PM Obedience, Tracking & Protection 

By Mike Landry 

Place Bathurst Mall 

300PM TUG OF WAR 

Coronation Park $55.00 per team 
Contact Bernard AuW - 542-9009 

800 PM VIDEO TEEM DANCE PARTY 
to 1.00 AM BHS Cafeteria $5.00 

8:30 PM BA THURST Stt. VER JUBILEE 
to 1 00 AM FESTIVAL HOE-DOWN 

Featuring: 'Donnle & 0i Monarchs' 
Balhursl Arena $6.00 



SOUTH END IRVING 
& CONVENIENCE 



IRVING 



1030 KING AVE. 
548-5802 



NORTH SHORE 
WELDING 

SUPPLY LTD. 



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BIG RIVER 
548-9841 



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2474 ST. PETER AVE 

546-3284 



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546-6688 



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& STARTER 

1325 MIRAMICHI AVE 

548-2474 



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8:30 PM SUMMER SWING '91 DANCE 

to i'00 AM Featuring: 'Calnan" 
Curling Club $3.00 



BURNAC 



CENTRE 
CHALEUR 
CENTER 

"THE CENTER OF EVERYTHING' 




All Day 



1 1 00 AM 
to 4:00 PM 

2:00 PM 
7:00 PM 



7. t99t 



FAMILY DAY AND KINSMEN BBQ 

(Small fee administered) 
Coronation Park 

VARIOUS ENTERTAINMENT 
Gazebo in Coronation Park 

BUSKERS INTERNATIONAL 

Lounsbury's Parking Lot 



5:00 PM SILVER JUBILEE CONCERT 

to 10:00 PM Starring Trooper" with special 

guest star 'Mat Minglewood" 

Causeway Park 

$10.00 in advance or $13.00 day of 



President's message 

There are many contributors to our Festival, 
and to all those Corporations and Volunteers 
we say a very special Thank You. 

Bathurst Festival Commission 




ELECTRIC LTD 

BATHURST 

548-2424 

"CELEBRATING 20 YRS IN BUSINESS" 



FACTORY TIRE 

TETAGOUCHE HILL 

548-9951 



BAYCO MICROAGE 

109 MAIN ST., BATHURST 

546-9943 



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The Northern Light, Wed., July 3, 1991 7B 



WELCOME - BIENVENUE 



Welcome to busy, bustling 
and booming Bathurst! 

The Mayor and City Council 
of the City of Bathurst wish to 
extend a warm welcome to all 
visitors during our Hospitality 
Days Festival. 

We trust your stay whh us 
will prove enjoyable and may 
you idke home with you pleas- 
ant memories of our "North 
Shore" hospitality. 



Bienvenue a Bathurst, cette 
vllle dynamlque en pleine 
expansion! 

Le Mai re et le Consell de Vllle 
do Bathurst desire souhaiter la 
plus cordiale blenvenue d tous. 

A tous les vislteurs, nous 
esperons que ce sejour avec 
nous s'averera des plus 
agr6able et que vous rappor- 
terez chez vous des souvenirs 
heureux de I'hospitallte de la 
Cote Nord. 



CITY HISTORY 

As Bathurst celebrates its 25th 
anniversary as a city this year, 
here are a few historical facts on 
the city, now known as the Home 
of the Phantom Ship: 

-- The Bathurst area and Bay of 
Chaleur was first discovered ar- 
ound 1534 by famous explorer 
Jacques Cartier. 

-- Father Bernadine Sebastien 
was the first missionary to arrive in 
Bathurst, in 1619 

-- Bathurst, which was once 
known as the Village of Nepisiguit 
or Village of St. Peter, had a 
population of 960 in 1912 when it 
became a town. 

-- The name "Bathurst" was 
used during the incumbency of 
the Honourable Howard Douglas, 
Lieutenant-Gpvernoi; of New 
Brunswick from 1821-31. The 
name was used in honor of the 
Earl of Bathurst, then secretary of 
the Colonies in the British 
Government. 

-- Council in 1912 consisted of 
his worship, Mayor P.J. Burns, 
and aldermen W.J. Kent, John 
J.S. Hachey, Joseph Henderson, 
H.G. Poirier, F.O. Landry, James 
J. Power, Lawrence L. DesRo- 
ches and Gilbert J. Doucet 

-- The population of the city was 
about 6,000 in 1966, and it pre- 
sently about 15,000. 




MAYOR KEVIN MANN 



HARVEY BOUCHER MARCELLE MERSEREAU 



BOB ANDERSON 



GORDON KENNY 





CLAIRE WILT 



GERRY DOUCET 



KEN FRENETTE 



KEITH LOUPELLE 



ROSS AUBE 




Bathurst 

- Home of the Phantom Ship 
and 25 Years Young in 1 99 1 




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Guest artist here this summer 
to teach course in water colors 



WE DID 



Graduates of the Youghal Drive and College Street campuses of the New Brunswick Community College 
celebrated at the Petit Rocher Arena last week, immediately after receiving their diplomas. There were 230 graduates 
this year. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



The New Brunswick Community 
College plans to offer a course of a 
different kind this summer. 

New Hampshire-based artist Elise 
Grant Khol has been invited to teach 
a week-long course in water colors at 
the Youghal Drive campus from 
August 12 to 16. 

"I wanted to bring it in as some- 
thing special for the area that hasn't 
been seen before," said Ron Gal- 
lagher, community services depart- 
ment head at NBCC Bathurst. 

The course will be a first for the 
college, with a minimum of 14, and a 
maximum of 18, participants 
required. 

Ms. Khol's work, which has been 
seen and appreciated across Canada, 
in the United States, France, Ger- 
many and South Africa, is noted for 
its reflection of a love of nature and 
humanity, said a release. 

She will be teaching the course 
both in Bathurst and in Dieppe, in 
conjunction with NBCC campuses 



from both communities. 

The topics to be covered include 
study of materials, color composition 
and light and dark contrasts. 

Nature, portrait painting and land- 
scapes will be explored, the release 
said. 

The course is the first of its kind to 
be offered locally, Mr. Gallagher 
noted, and is opened to anyone 
interested in learning more about the 



art of water-color painting. 

Participants are encouraged to 
bring their own materials, but some 
items may be procured for the course 
from Ms. Kohl. 

Further information on the course 
and materials can be obtained by 
contacting Mr. Gallagher or Gisele 
Noel at 547-8721. 

Deadline for registration is July 
26. 




FOUND 

at Bathurst Animal Shelter 

548-8537 

Pet of the Week 




I'm about as easy going as a cat 
can get. I'm so relaxed it scares 
even I. 

My name is Daisy, presently 
residing at the Bathurst Animal 
Shelter, and in the market for a 
permanent home. I'm a four 
month-old female, and totally 
white except for brown markings 
on my tail and face. 

I am also extremely well be- 
haved. I was a student at the Miss 
Mew School for Cats, graduating 
at the top of my class. While there 
I received commendations for Ig- 
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The Furniture, and Paying Atten- 
tion To My Master. In my spare 
time I like to lie around in the sun, 
chase children, cat, and sit in 
someone's lap. 

If I could change one thing in 
this world... Wait a second! That 
was my acceptance speech for the 
Miss Cat Canada beauty contest. 
What was I thinking of? Must be 
that night I got locked in the catnip 
drawer by mistake. I haven't been 
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CHALMERS' BEST 

The student of the year and male 
and female athletes of the year were 
recognized recently at J. Gordon 
Chalmers Junior High School. The 
Student of the Year award went to 
Mary-Jo Doucct (left), 15 year-old 
daughter of Clctus and Anne-Ma. 
Doucet of Bathurst; while the award 
for female Athlete of the Year went 
to Erica Fisher, 14 year-old daughter 
of Bemic and Joyce Fisher of Bath- 
urst. Missing from photo is male 
Athlete of the Year Jonathan Clinch, 
son of Roger and Donna Clinch of 
Bathurst. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



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The Northern LiehL Wed.. July 3. 1991 1C 





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Hathurst 

548-4413 



Twin city honors Canadians 



Over The 

Back 

Fence 

By ELEANOR A SCOTT 

Cill 546-5880 ttf 6p.m. 




"...between the crosses, row on 
row." 

Imagine a field of crosses as far as 
the eye can see, with a large cross of 



sacrifice in the centre. Picture Benys- 
sur-Mer, where school children place 
flowers around the graves of the 
2,800 Canadians who sacrificed their 
lives to free the people of France. 

Every year, on June 6, the anniver- 
ary of the Allied invasion (D-Day), 
the people of the St. Aubin-sur-Mer, 
Bathurst's twin city, gather on (ho 
beach. There, they commemorate 
their liberation, laying flowers and 




CELEBRATING 50 YEARS TOGETHER 

The family of William and Muriel Gallagher invite family and friends to 
celebrate their parents' 50th wedding anniversary at the East Bathurst Knights 
of Columbus Hall on Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Best wishes only. 

Make your own paper 



Art 
Talk 



With Btthurtt 

irtlst JEAN-FRANCES 




Materials required: linen or cotton 
bags, small pieces of screening (ab- 
out three inches square), liquid laun- 
dry starch, gelatin (unflavored), wa- 
ter, spoon, scissors, cup, pot, rolling 
pin, stove top, paper towels, and 
mixing bowl. 

Paper can be made from a variety 
of materials, but usually, the paper 
that we purchase nowadays is made 
from wood pulp. 

Less common but more durable is 
a paper made from rag, which is often 
used by artists for watercolor paper. 

We can make our own rag paper at 
home by breaking down the fibres of 
colon rags and creating a pulp that is 
spread onto a screen and then dried. 

One way to break down the cloth 



fibres is to lake some old linen or 
cotton rags and cut them into one- 
inch squares or smaller. Next, pull the 
threads apart until there is no cloth 
left. Cut these pieces of thread even 
smaller with scissors. Place these in a 
pot with water and cook for about 20 
minutes, until it looks like porridge. 

Mix one cup of liquid laundry 
starch with three cups water and add 
to the boiled threads. Stir. 

Now take your piece of screen and 
slip it into the mixture. Pull it out 
slowly. You should have a layer of 
the cooked rag threads on your 
screen. Get it as even as possible. 

Place your screen on some paper 
towels and put more paper towels on 
top. Use a rolling pin to squeeze out 
the excess water, by rolling over 
these layers. 

Dissolve one envelope of gelatin in 
four tablespoons of water, and pour 
over your layer of paper to finish it. 
Let it dry on the screen overnight, and 
voila, you have made a sheet of 
paper! 



crosses on tne sand ana dropping a 
poppy wreath into the sea. 

Patrick Mclaughlin and Eugene 
McGinley, both of Bathurst, together 
with Wylie and Bud McGinley of 
Fredericton, watched as the doves of 
peace flew into the air, and later 
visited other historic burial grounds 
in the area. 

Meanwhile, in Fredericton, Joshua 
Han brook, nine year-old son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Phillip Hanbrook, was 
presented a certificate of Meritorious 
Conduct from the Boy Scouts of 
Canada National Council. 

The award was given for his action 
during a medical emergency, which 
saved the life of his mother. 

Attending the ceremony from 
Bathurst were his grandmother Betty 
White, Geraldine Aubc, and aunts 
Jeanne (White) Jam ie son of Midland, 
Ont., and Ethel (White) Hoffmeistcr 
of Oakville, Ont. 

They were in Bathurst visiting 
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Clement 
While and the former's mother-in- 
law Marg Jamieson. 

Visiting Allan and Betty Hall over 
the past week were Gail and Alfie 
Luckian, their four year-old daughter 
Emma and one-year-old son Ben, of 
Rawdon, Quebec. 

They were joined by Terri Hall and 
her friend Allan Boretin, of ('harlot 
(clown, P.E.I., and Gary and Janet 
Hall and their three children, Luke, 
Mark and Calvin, of Saint John. They 
all attended the 90th birthday celeb- 
ration of their grandmother, Mrs. 
Mabel Hall. 

Also here for the celebration were 
Mrs. Hall's daughter Mary and her 
husband Ronald North of Edmonton, 
Alt. her daughter Alice Coles of 
Winnipeg, Man., and her son Ray and 
his wife Rita, of Charesholm, Alt. 

Visiting Grace Robinson last week 
were Rev. and Mrs. Howard Smith 
(Isabel) of Morrisburg, Ont., and 
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Cross (Ella) of 
Lower Sackville, N.S. 

Isabel and Ella are Grace's sisters. 
They all went to New Richmond, 
Quebec, to attend a family reunion 
held in honor of their aunt and uncle 
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Milligan, who 
celebrated their SOth wedding 
anniversary. 



Crafty little killdeer 



From my 
Window 

Abirdvifctar 1 ! 

obtwitions 

By MARY GAUTHER 




I've had several calls during the 
past month, and I'd like to share them 
with you. 

Frank Mersereau reported a kill- 
deer nesting at Shryer's cottage. He 
found it unusual that a bird was 
nesting on the ground, on gravel. This 
is the killdecr's habit. She lays her 
stone-sized eggs on the ground, and 
they are perfectly camouflaged. The 
mother performs a "broken wing" act 
if anyone comes near the nest She'll 
lead you away from her nest with a 
"key...key...key" call and by drag- 
ging her wing. 

A northern goshawk was seen in 
Jim Hocquard's yard at 6 a.m. eating 
as freshly-killed pigeon. The 
goshawk is much larger than the 
more common northern harrier seen 
hunting over marshes, and the sharp 



shinned hawk who visits feeders 
hunting for small birds. 

Susan Kicrstcad called to report a 
pair of mockingbirds nesting in her 
yard. The mockingbird is wonderful 
to hear. He will mimic many birds' 
songs and repeat them over and over. 
He will fool you into thinking you 
have a yard full of birds, and it's only 
him. 

I'll repeat my hummingbird sugar 
water recipe, as I've had many 
requests for it. It's one pan sugar to 
four parts water, boil for two minutes, 
cool, then refill feeders. Keep extra 
sugar water in the fridge. Red food 
coloring may be added, but it is not 
necessary. Be sure to change your 
feeders at least once a week in this hot 
and humid weather to prevent mold. 



Love is... 

a stylist who knows I 1 
enough to make you "31 
look better 

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Beware of burns 



For The 
Health Of It 

By OR. PAT 8ERGIN 

Emergency Depl. 
Chlfeur Regional 




LAW SCHOOL GRAD 

Ward Kenneth Branch, son of 
Burton and Lima of Newcastle, and 
grandson of the late Allison and 
Vclma of Hathurst and Bertha and the 
late Kenneth Stymies! of Tabusintac, 
has graduated with honors from the 
law school at the University of 
Toronto. He was awarded the Dean's 
Key for his involvement in extra- 
curricular activities, and the Bordcn 
and Elliot Prize for oral advocacy. He 
will practice with the firm of Russell 
& DuMoulin in Vancouver, B.C. 



Here once again is the summer, 
and the incidence of burns seem to 
increase somewhat during this sea- 
son. Hopefully, the guide below will 
help you in treating and recognizing 
burns. 

The seriousness of a burn depends 
on what it looks like and how much 
area it covers: 
-FIRST-DKGRKE BURN: 

The skin is red; tliere is some 
swelling but no blistering. 

Home Treatment: 
--Apply ice pack as soon as the burn 
occurs. Then balhe in cold water. 
This will reduce the swelling. 
-Use acetaminophen (such as Tyle- 
nol, Aspirin) for a pain-reliever. 
-Sec a doctor if the burned area is 
large or if the burned victim is a child 
or an infant. 
-SECOND-DEGREE BURN: 

The skir blisters and is quite 
painful Tuke precaution because 
these b'jrns become infected easily. 
Keep burned area clean. 

Home Treatment (If Misters are 
present but unopened): 



--Run cool water over the bum, use 
an antiseptic spray (such as Solar- 
cainc), and cover with clean sterile 
bandage. --Do not apply any "oily" 
home remedy, and do not open (pick 
at) the blisters. 
--See a doctor for further treatment. 

Home Treatment (If blisters are 
opened): 

--Don't rinse the burn. 
--Wrap with a clean towel soaked in 
cold waler. Do not let the towel stick 
to the wound. 

--Sec a doctor for further treatment. 
-THIRD-DEGREE BURN: 

The skin looks white, blackened or 
gray. 

Home Treatment: 
--Call an ambulance immediately. 
--Do not try to remove any clothing 
that's slicking to the bum. 
--Don't aoolv anv medicine. If bums 
are exposed, cover with dry, sterile 
bandages. 

-Keep the injured person warm, and 
give sips of water if requested by 
victim. 

-WARNING ON HOME REME- 
DIES: 

-Never use butter, petroleum jelly, 
or hand lotion on a second degree 
burn. It may lessen the pain momen- 
tarily, but it docs increase the risk of 
infection by preventing the oxygen to 
reach the burn. 

Have a safe and fun-filled summer 




NEW CANADIAN ARMED FORCES RECRUITS 



Recent high school graduates officially gave their oath of allegiance to the Canadian Armed Forces during a 
swear-in ceremony June 17, held at Keddy's Hotel and Convention Centre. The youths are now either enrolled in the 
Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP) or the Marine Engineering Technician Training Plan (METTP). Those 
enrolled into (he ROTP will have received scholarships to attend university both at civilian and military colleges worth 
approximately $75,000, and will receive their commissions and join their respective professions on graduation four or 
five years hence. Those enrolled into the METTP will become marine engineers for the Canadian Navy when they 
graduate in three years. The students will begin basic training during the summer and will pursue their studies in the 
fall. Front from left are Craig Neary (Chatham), ROTP; Martin Basque (Tracadie), ROTP; Jeannine LeClair 
(Allardville), ROTP; Jane Perry (Petit-Rocher), ROTP; Julie Levesque (Dalhousie), ROTP; and David Corcoran 
(Nelson), METTP. Back from left are Craig Wyville (Chatham), ROTP; Mathieu Brideau (Sheila), ROTP; Rene 
Godin (Bathurst), METTP; Chris Saunders (Chatham), ROTP; Hadley Scaly (Bathurst), ROTP; Troy Englehart 
(Campbellton), METTP; Neil Mclsaac (Douglastown). ROTP; James Bell (Chatham), METTP; and Daniel Richard 
(Lagaceville), ROTP. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




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TO WED IN AUGUST TO WED JULY 27 



James and Mary Gavin are pleased 
lo announce the engagement of their 
daughter, Catherine Ann, to Allan 
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mi- 
chael Macintosh of Glace Bay, N.S. 

The wedding will take place Aug. 
10, 1991 at St. Mary's Basilica in 
Halifax, N.S. beginning at 3:30 p.m. 



Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Marc Nadeau of 
Jacquet River are pleased to an- 
nounce the upcoming marriage of 
their daughter, Nicole Marie, to Ti- 
mothy Clifford, son ol .u . and Mrs. 
Louis Carrier of Belledune. 

The wedding will take place at St. 
Gabriel's Parish Church in Jacquet 
River on July 27, 1991. 




MORE SCHOLARSHIPS 

Ace R. Smith, son of Roy Smith of 
Bathurst and Alice Eddy of Frederic- 
ton, has been awarded the Honor 
Matriculation Scholarship from 
Queen's University in Kingston, Ont. 
The scholarship is valued at $2,000 
per year for four years. In addition, 
Ace will receive the $3,000 Queen's 
National Bursary for his first year of 
study. At the 1991 Bathurst High 
School graduation ceremonies, held 
June 19, Ace was awarded the Teddy 
Ratchford Memorial Scholarship and 
the Gloucester Chapter IODE Bur- 
sary, both valued at $500. Ace plans 
to enroll in the commerce program at 
Queen's University in the fall. 



Birthday corner 



Got a birthday? Brinf a snapshot into Birthday Corner and we'tt tell tvtryone! 
Please have your photo* in by Friday at 5 p.m. 






JCUK. Browr. 

July 3 

5 yen old 






Tonyi Guilwd 

June 29 
3 yetn old 




JeiM Ihomu Kno 

July 7 
3 yon old 



&&&& 

Soni. Noel 

July 3 
2 yam old 





Smith celebrating 80 years 



Downshore 
Breezes 

By SANDRA HORMBROOK 




Chris Basque, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Basque of Clifton, recently 
graduated from mining instrumenta- 
tion at the Saint John School of 
Technology. His parents attended the 
graduation. 




MATH WHIZ 

Michel Boudrcau, son of John and 
Brcnda Boudreau of Bathurst, is the 
first ever recipient of the Raymonds 
Ryan Trophy, cmblamatic of ma the 
rnatics excellence at Ecolc Place dcs 
Jcuncs. 

Michel earned the trophy primarily 
through finishing first in a p.ovmc'' 
wide math competition in Moncton 
this past May. 

It must he noted that the trophy \ 
namesake, Raymondc R\a> sl.own 
presenting the trophy, has be n . 
main teacher in District 4' ;c' wl 
for a number of years, and mrc i 
from teaching in 1986 ai'c-r H 'ai 
of dedicated service. 

A committee at the school, om- 
pnsctl of students and tcacl.cn> this 
year initiated a program entitled 
"Recognition", which wi!!, -very 
year, recognize a studcn' wh ex 
celled in math, as well as a I'-acha 
who has had a long and distinguish^, 
career in district schools. 

(Northern Ught Photo) 



Mrs. Shauna Chiasson of Dan- 
mouth, N.S. visited her parents. Rev. 
and Mrs. Donald MacDonald of 
Clifton. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Germain of 
Moncton visited her mother, Mrs. 
Catherine Doncasterof New Bandon. 

At the morning servicc,of Central 
United Church on June 23, the infant 
son of David and Judy Wiseman was 
baptised Kurt Thomas by Rev. Do- 
nald MacDonald. 

On June 16 at 3 p.m. a new public 
address system was dedicated by the 
rector, Rev. Alvin Wcstgate, to re- 
cently deceased members. At that 
service, the infant daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Jagoc was 
baptised. 

On June 30, the 1991 Bathurst 
High School graduating class at- 
tended service at St. Alban's Church 
in Salmon Beach, and at the morning 
service of Central United, a new 
organ was presented by Opal Ellis 
und dedicated by Rev. Donald Mac- 
Donald. Members of the Order of the 
Eastern Star in Bathurst attended. 

On Sunday, July 7, Mervin Smith 
of Canonic will celebrate his 80lh 
birthday from 2 p.m. lo 4 p.m. at the 
Canobic Community Centre. Best 
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Victorian wedding for Bathurst native 



On a cool autumn evening, Sept. 
21, 1990, at St. Catherine's Catholic 
Church in Mclcalfc, Ont., Father Joe 
Vayalil united in marriage Elizabeth 
Alice, daughter of Leo T. Quinn of 
Bathurst, to Robert John, son of John 
and Josephine Brady of Greely, Ont. 

The country church was filled to 
capacity as 260 friends and relatives 
witnessed the exchange of vows, 
amidst a colorful array of flowers and 
a heart-shaped archway trimmed 
with flowers to compliment the 
bride's bouquet. Quite appropriate 
for the elegant Victorian-style 
wedding. 

The bride was dressed in an early 
century period, and looked quite 
elegant as she stepped down from the 
1927 Model T Ford and entered the 



church on her father's arm. The dress 
was ivory lace, embroidered with 
pearls over a satin gown. A wide- 
brimmed satin hat and veil, and a 
bouquet of wild lillies, yellow roses 
and purple African violets, com- 
pleted the ensemble. 

The groom was attended by his 
best man, Private Mark A. Salesse, 
son of the bride, who was in full 
regimental uniform. 

The bride was attended by her 
maid of honor, Cecilia Babincau, and 
her bridesmaid, Francine Salesse. 
Both were stunning in similar shim- 
mering purple dresses, with bouquets 
to match the bride's. 

A buffet was served by caterers 
following the ceremony. The hall 
was tastefully decorated with purple 



and ivory flowers and balloons to 
match the bridal party, as well as 
candlelight and sparkle to set the 
mood to a 1920s musical evening. 
The bride's longtime favorite song, 
Moonriver, was chosen as the theme 
song, and played throughout the 
evening. 

Out-of-town guests were from 
British Columbia, Quebec. Ontario 
and Bathurst, as well as throughout 
New Brunswick. 

The bride and groom delayed their 
honeymoon until February. They 
spent three weeks visiting Cajun 
country during Mardi Gras festivities 
in New Orleans. They also stayed at 
the Monger Hotel in San Antonio, 
Texas, next door to the world- 
reknowned The Alamo. Other inter- 



esting sites were the popular Ewing's 
Southfork Ranch in Dallas, Texas, as 
well as Elvis' Graceland in Memphis, 
Tennessee, and, of course, the Grand 
Ole Opry in Nashville. 

The couple now reside in Met- 
calfe, a suburb of Ottawa. 




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LOI SUR LES PECHERIES 

Ordonnance de modification de 
la periode de fermeture dans 
la Region du golfe, 1991-G-204 

En vertu du paragraphe 13(3) du Reglement de peche du 
Nouveau-Brunswick, qui constitue le chapitre 844 de la Codifica- 
tion des reglements du Canada, 1 978, dans sa forme modif lee. le 
Directeur general, interdit par la presente la peche a la ligne de 
quel que poisson que ce soil dans les eaus de la riviere Nepisiguit, 
a un point situe a 1 00 metres en amont de la barriere de comptage 
dans la riviere Nepisiguit jusqu'a un point situe a 100 metres en 
aval de la barriere, du 27 juin au 31 decembre pour 1991 
seulement. 

Fait a Moncton (N.-B.) ce 27 1 jour de juin 1991. 

Directeur general regional interimalre 

Region du Golfe 

A.O. Cormier 



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FISHERIES ACT 

Gulf Region Close Time 
Variation Order 1991-G-203 

Pursuant to subsection 13(3) of the New Brunswick Fishery 
Regulations being Chapter 844 of the Consolidated Regulations of 
Canada, 1978, as amended, the Regional Director General, 
hereby prohibits the angling for fish of any kind in those waters of 
the Nepisiguit River, from the head of Pabineau Falls Pool 
downstream for a distance of 45 meters to a point as marked by a 
fishery officer from June 27 to December 31, for 991 only. 

Dated at Moncton, New Brunswick, this 27th day of June, 1991. 



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Beeper helps the distressed 



For the past four years, Chaleur 
Regional Hospital's Lifeline prog- 
ram has given peace of mind to 
numerous handicapped and senior 
citizens. 

Initiated with the assistance of the 
Bathurst Rotary Club, Lifeline is a 
service currently being used by 42 
people in the Chaleur region. 

Those people, ranging in age from 
34 to 90, have been equipped with a 
beeper device that instantaneously 
links them to the hospital's 
emergency department. 

Should they need quick medical 
attention, all they need do is press the 
button on the device, which they wear 
on a chain around their neck, or on 
their wrist The beeper acts as an 
alarm that lets the hospitaf know help 
is needed. 

When it does, a message appears 
on a computer screen, complete with 
an identification number that allows 
the staff to determine exactly who is 
in trouble. 

"It's been proven that within six 
minutes in an average situation, help 
has arrived," said Edith Tribe, direc- 
tor of volunteers at CRH. 

The service was originally offered 
on a first come, first served basis. 
However, although the hospital can 
store thousands of patients' names in 
its computer system, it can't provide 
that many beepers. 

Because each waterproof, battery- 
operated device costs about SI, 000, 
patients now must be recommended 
for the program by a doctor. 

The Bathurst Rotary Club con- 
tinues to fund a significant portion of 
the cost of the program. The Herman 
J. Good V.C. Branch No. 18 of the 
Royal Canadian Legion has also 
given $15,000 to date, Mrs. Tribe 
said. 

She said the program is going well, 
and has proven a definite boon to the 
patients' sense of well-being. 

"It's very reasumng tor tnem to 
have (the device)," she said. 

"We hope they never have to use it, 
but it (gives them) peace of mind." 





STOTHART HONORED FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE 

A Balhursl automobile dealer was recently recognized for his efforts with the presentation of a major award. J. 
Daryll Stolhart, owner of Stothart Toyota Inc., has been named 1991 Time Magazine Quality Dealer, for outstanding 
performance as an automobile dealer and for being a valued citizen of his community. The honor was bestowed on him 
at the Atlantic Provinces Automobile Dealers' Convention in Halifax, and allows him to have his name entered in the 
national competition. At that level, five judges from the University of Ontario will review the entries and decide on the 
winner of the prestigious award. The results of the national competition will be known in 1992. Mr. Stothart has been 
in the automobile dealership business since 1967. In that time, he has served as president of the Canadian Association 
of Japanese Automobile Dealers and as president of the New Brunswick Automobile Dealers' Association. In 
addition, he sits on the Automotive Advisory Council through the Ministry of Technology, and is a member of the 
Toyota Dealer Advertising Association. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Man sought in violent robbery 



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On April 30, 1991, at about 9 a.m., 
Jean-Guy Roy was on his way to 



Pointe Vcrte. 

As he got onto the entrance ramp, 
he was flagged down by a male who 
appeared to have car problems. 

Roy got out of his vehicle to see 
what the problem was. The male 
asked if he had a jack. 

Roy proceeded to the rear of his 
vehicle. As he was opening the trunk, 
the male approached and hit him over 



The Bathurst Rotary Club has been the main supporter of Chaleur Regional 
Hospital's Lifeline program since the service's inception four years ago. The 
club's financial contributions were integral in starting the service, which 
equips handicapped and senior citizens with beepers that let the hospital know 
when they need help. The Rotary Club recently made a further $5,000 
contribution, accepted by Edith Tribe, director of volunteers at Chaleur 
Regional Hospital. Presenting the cheque was the Rotary Club's Lifeline 
chairman, Arnold Robinson. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



New Horizons help local group 



A grant in the amount of $3,173 
has been approved for Club Villa 
Chaleur, from the federal govern- 
ment's New Horizons program. 

Club Villa Chaleur, a Bathurst 
organization which counts 224 mem- 
bers, had applied for the contribution 
in order to start up social, recreational 
and service activities. 

In addition to continuing their 
program of mutual assistance for the 
sick and destitute in their parish, 
certain senior members will be offer- 
ing their sewing and knitting work to 
the poor. These fine skills will also be 
used in making costumes the group 
will need for its theatrical 



productions. 

The seniors will, in addition, be 
balancing their own lives through 
physical fitness classes that will 
enable them to retain their vitality. 



independence and ability to contri- 
bute to society. 

The president of Club Villa Cha- 
leur is Mrs. Florence Roussy. 




the head. Roy fell to the ground in a 
semi-conscious state. 

When he came to, his wallet and all 
his money was missing. He found his 
wallet near his vehicle. All the money 
was gone. Roy had six $100 bills and 
one $50 bill in his wallet, and 
between $64 and $66 in his pants 
pocket This money was also gone. 

Roy sustained a cut about two 
inches long on his forehead as a result 
of the blow. 

The suspect is described as being 
between five feet, seven inches tall, 
and five feet, ten inches tall. His 
approximate weight was 170 Ibs., 
brown hair, and a full beard of a 
lighter shade of brown than that of. h is 
hair. 

He was wearing blue jeans a 
light-colored shirt. He was driving a 
small grey vehicle. No make or plate 
number is available. 

Any individual with information 
regarding this crime, or any other 
crimes, is asked to call Crime Stop- 
pers at 1-800-222-8477. If a tip leads 
to an arrest, the caller may qualify for 
a cash award. 



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Local NBTel customers will bene- 
fit from a drop in long-distance rates 
for a fifth year in a row beginning 
July 1. 

NBTel is reducing its prices for 
calls made from New Brunswick to 
any other parts of Canada or to the 
United States (including Alaska and 
Hawaii), which will result in annual 
savings of approximately $6 million 



for customers. 

Customers in Bathurst will pay 
only $2.30 for a five-minute, direct- 
dialed call to Toronto during the day. 
The cost of that same call drops by 35 
per cent to $ 1 .50 between 6 p.m. and 
1 1 p.m., and reduced by 60 per cent to 
.920 between 1 1 p.m. and 8 a.m. On 
Sunday, the 35 per cent discount 
applies from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. 



The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on Douglas Avenue celebrated 
Canada Day with special festivities on June 28, including a cake cutting 
ceremony. The event was in conjunction with the bank's Customer 
Appreciation Day. In photo from left are bank manager Mike McKim, city 
councillor Gordon Kenny, presonal banking representative Elizabeth 
Chiasson, and Acadie-Bathurst MP Doug Young. 

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CLUB 
CORNER 



For all club news in Bathursl and area, 
send submissions, announcements and 
club rc|xms lo The Northern Light Gub 
Corner. 355 King Ave.. Balhurst, E2A 
3/3. All notices should be received by 
Thursday at 5 p.m., to help ensure 
publication in the following Wedncs 
clay's paper. 
AACA 

New Beginning AI-Anon Adult Child- 
ren of Alcoholics (ACA) meet every 
Wednesday ni^ht at 1810 Vallce Lourdes 
Dr. at 8 p.m. For more information call 
Connie at 546 0993 or Gisele at 
548-2969. 
AL-ANON 

Al-Anon meets every Tuesday at 7:30 
p.m. at Donald Eddy Hall, 309 St. Patrick 
St., Koom 7, (downstairs). For informa- 
tion call 546-9494. 
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 

Become a big brother or sister. Tele 
phone Big Brothers Big Sisters Chalcur 
Region Inc. at 546-2618, or drop by the 
office at 219 King Avc. 
BINGO 

-every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at South 
Tctcagouchc Community Centre. 
--Kinsmen Bingo every Sunday at the 
Herman J. Good V.C. Branch No. 18 
Royal Canadian Legion at 6:45 p.m. 
--every Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. at St. 
Anne Recreation Centre 

Bathursl Senior BascBall bingo every 
Friday at Bathurst High at 6:45 p.m. 
-Beresford Sports Association bingo 
every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. Beresford 
Church basement. 

--Big Brothers/Big Sisters bingo every 
Saturday at Ecole Sccondaire Nepisiguit 
at 6:45 p.m. 

-every Sunday at 1:30 p.m. al the S portck 
in Beresford for Curling Sportek. 
CANCER SOCIETY 

The Bathursl Unit of the Canadian 
Cancer Society can be reached by phon- 
ing Mrs. Marie Oliver, education chair- 
man, at 546-501 3. Information pamphlets 
on a variety of pertinent topics can be 
obtained by phoning Mrs. Oliver. 
CNU 

The Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind would like to note that local Lottery 
Calendar winners from the June 26 draw 
include Louise Morais of Caraquet ($25), 
and Emilien Noel of Tracadie ($25). 
CO-DEPENDENCY 

Co-dependency meetings will be held 
every Monday night at Holy Family 
Church beginning at 7 p.m. This is a 
support group and all are welcome to 
attend. 
COIN CLUB 

Bathurst Coin Club meets the last 
Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the 
Kinsmen Centre on Victoria Avenue. 
COMMUNITY BAND 

The Bathurst Community Band is now 



seeking musicians. Anyone interested is 
invited to drop by the music room al 
Fx-ole Secondaire Nepisiguit. cachThurs 
day, from 7 p.m. to 1 p.m. 
C. W.L. 

The Catholic Women's league offers 
two bursaries (a Council and a Diocesan) 
to students graduating from high school 
and planning to further their studies. To 
he eligible lo apply, the student's mother 
must belong lo a CWL Council. 

For more information, sludcnls resid 
ing in Sacred Heart Parish may contact 
Mrs. Eileen Mallet. SIO Donald Ave.. 
telephone 546-5739. Applications must 
be made by Sepl. 30. 
FLEA MARKET 

A flea market is being held every 
Saturday al Knights of Columbus Hall, 
East Balhurst, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
FRIENDS IN SONG 

Friends in Song Glee Club holds 
rehearsals every Wednesday from 7 p.m. 
to 9 p.m. al Ecolc Acad<Smie Assomption 
on Rough Walers Drive. For more infor- 
mation please call 548-3176. 
CROUPE IA RENAISSANCE 

Ave/.-vous dcs symlomes de depress 
ion, d'angoissc, d'anxicuf, phobic, in 
quietude, stress, paniquc, obsession, MIT 
vositd, Emolif Anonymc pcut vous aider. 
Lieu: 1210 rue King, Balhursl. Reunion a 
tout les mcrcredis, 7:30 p.m. Compose/ 
783-4330, 783-7810, ou 548-8878. 
HELPING TO READ 

Laubach Literacy is a free way lo learn 
to read through a tutor. If you wish lo 
learn to read or care lo help someone else, 
phone 548-2570 or 548-2418. 
KINSMEN 

Bathursl Kinsmen Club mccls every 
second Monday al ihe Kinsmen Centre. 
UONS 

Bathurst Lions meet the first and third 
Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. al the 
Lions Community Centre on Youghal 
Drive, behind the New Brunswick Com- 
munity College. 

-The Jacqucl River Lions Club meet the 
second and fourth Wednesday of every 
month al 7:30 p.m. al the Jacquct River 
Lions Community Centre. 
MENTAL HEALTH 

There is a meeting place for people 
living in solitude with emotional or 
mental health problems. Located at 1210 
King Ave., Friendly Place is where the 
local branch of the Canadian Mental 
Health Association has organized many 
activities, including workshops, social 
events, games, sports, and outings. 

The centre is open Monday ihrough 
Friday from 10 a.m. to 4:30p.m. For more 
information call 548-8878. 
NEW BRUNSWICK SOCIETY OF RE- 
TIRED TEACHERS (BATHURST 
CHAPTER) 

Approximately 70 members and guests 
of the Bathursl Chaplcr of the New 
Brunswick Society of Retired Teachers 
allcndcd the annual dinner meeting held 
this year at the Canobie Community Hall 
and catered to by the Women's Instilutc 
of Canobie. 

A minute's silence was observed in 
remembrance of departed member, Sisicr 
Doris d'Entrcmont. 

The chapter is currently receiving 
applications from graduating students 
intending lo enroll, or students presently 
enrolled, in a university education prog- 
ram. Two scholarships will be offered 
this year. 

Over iwcniy members of the chapter 
indicated that they would be attending the 
annual provincial meeting held this year 
in Newcastle. 



Mr. Claude (I Mouther was J^iiol 
president of the iirgani/ulion lor llie 
1991 92 year Oilier executive members 
and committee chairpersons are (in.il 
dine Brewer. Aline Doucct. Hamilton 
( iaiiiinon. Odis Branch. Florence |-!sta 
brooks, Frances Fournicr, Lorraine, 
Power, Bella While. Gertie Jamieson. 
Anne Taylor. Hetlha Bell. Nina Allen. 
Ron Smith, Thca Scott and Rodney 
DcGracc. 
OVEREATERS 

Overealers Anonymous meets eveiN 
Monday al 7 p.m. C'all 54X X7 15 01 
546-4725 for information. 

I'RO LIU: 

Balhursl Via Life will not have regular 
monthly meetings throughout tin- Mini 
mer bul watch Club Corner lor special 
events announcements. You c'lii continue 
lo assisl smiile mothers and women in 
difficult pregnancies ihrough donalions 
lo Pro Life or the Balhursl Volunteer 
Center. 

Find out more aboul the various life 
issues including prenatal development, 
abortion techniques and complications, 
by contacting 548-2688. Speakers and a 
display arc available for community 
groups. 

The Pregnancy Distress Services loll 
free number 1 800-665-0570 puts wo 
men in touch with a national network of 
helping agencies. Women in distressing 
pregnancies and women needing a listen- 
ing ear after having an abortion, can find 
support ihrough this phone service. Dedi- 
caicd people arc needed to start a local 
Crisis Pregnancy Center and phone line 
in the Balhursl Area similar to one in 
Moncton. Crisis Pregnancy Centres arc 
backed by Christian Action Council in the 
I '.S. started by ihc Billy Graham Evange- 
listic Associalion. 
ROTARY 

The Balhurst Rolary Club meets each 
Monday at noon at The Atlantic Host 
Molor Inn. 
SEARCH A RESCUE 

Chalcur Ground Search and Rescue 
mcel the first Wednesday of every monlh 
at 7 p.m. in the St. Anne Recreation 
Centre. 
SOUTH TETEAGOUCHE HALL 

The South Tctcagouchc Community 
Hall Associalion meets the first Monday 
of each month at the hall. 
STJOHN AMBUMNCE 

Are you interested in giving a few 
hours of your time for your community? 
Arc you looking for an cxciling chal- 
lenge? If so why not join the St. John 
Ambulance Brigade (Bathurst Adult Di- 
vision) right now. 

For further information please contact 
Gincttc Chiasson after 5 p.m. at 
546-4748. 
TOASTMASTERS 

U- Gub Toastmaslcrs Chaleur se reunit 
lous les mercredis a 7 p.m. dans la 
Chambrc 220, College Communautaire, 
rue du College. Bienvenue a lous ceux 
interessd dans I 1 art oraloire. 
TOPS 

TOPS Chapter 2814 (French Chapter) 
mccls every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the 
Holy Family Church Hall. For more 
information call 548-8043. 

TOPS 1386 meets every Thursday at 
6:30 p.m. in the basement of Holy Family 
Church, and every Thursday si 5:30 p.m. 
in the Donald Eddy Memorial Hall 

TOPS 3376 meets every Wednesday at 
6:30 p.m. in St. Theresa s Church Rec- 
tory basement. 
UCT 

The United Commercial Travelers. 



Kalhursl Council H27, has suspended 
meeling 'nl September al which nine ihey 
will resume on the fourth Sunday of each 
monlh al 7 p.m. al Atlantic Most Mean 
while keep watching Club ('timer for 
details on upcoming summer events. 
VOLUNTEER CENTRE 

The Balhursl Volunteer Centre needs 
volunteers lo deliver Meals on Wheels to 
seniors between II a.m. and 12 noon 
Monday lo Friday. Contact lle Centre at 
5469879. 

CLUB MEETINGS 
Nvpisiguit Duplicate llrld^c ( lub 
June 12 

1. Mrs Aline Doucel Mrs. H. Shirley 

2. Mrs. Mae Auhc Mrs. T. Butler 

3. Mrs. N. Keswick Mrs G. Stairs 
Above average 

Mrs. J. Eddy Mrs. M. Whellon 
Mrs. J. Losier Mrs H Young 
April 10 
1 Mrs. T. Bullcr Mrs. M. Aubc 

2. Mrs. P. Maher Mrs. S. Burns 

3. Mrs. S. Benin Mrs L. Wedge 

4. Mrs. B. Shirley Mrs. A. Doui et 
5 Mrs. H. McKay-Mrs. B. Dodge 
6. Mrs. Y. Young-Mrs. I. Chiasson 
June 19 

1. Mrs. Gerry Lcnihan. Mrs. S. Berlin 

2. Mrs. Sue Burns - Mrs. J. Poiricr 

3. Mrs. Grace Slairs Mrs. R. Keswick 
Above average 

Mrs. H. McKay Mrs L Wedge- 
Mrs. A. Doucel Mrs H. Shnley 
For information call 546-4340 or 
546-6726 

Balhurst Duplicate Bridge Club 
Kinsmen Cenirc Handicap Game 

1. NS-Mrs. Pal Mahcr -Mrs. Aline Doucct 

2. Mrs. S. Maichcit-Mrs. C. Mitchell 
(Newcastle) 

3. Mrs. B. Shirley-Mr. B. Hudon 

4. Mrs. S. Berlin-Mrs. G. Lcnihan 
Above average 

Mrs. D. Ros/.ck Dr. E. Eddie 

1. EW Mr. & Mrs. B Keswick 

2. Mr. R. Douccl-Mr. D. Power (Newcas- 
tle) 

3. Mrs. T. Butler Mrs. E. Albert 

4. Mrs. E. LePagc Mrs. J. Losier 
Mrs. G. Stairs \lan.i Landry 
April 1 

NS 1. Mrs. G. Dickison C. Malchcll, 
(Newcastle) 

2. Mrs. D. Ros/ck-Dr. E. Eddie 

3. Mrs. P. Mahcr Mrs.. A. Doucel 

4. Mrs. B. Shirlcy-B. Hudson 

EW 1. Mrs. E. LcPagc-Mrs. M. McCul- 
lock 

2. Mrs. H. McKay Mrs. B. Dodge 

3. Mrs. S. Malchcll Mrs. C. Mitchell. 
(Newcastle) 

4. Mrs. E. Young-Mrs. M. Aube 
June 20 - mixed pairs 

Congratulations to Mrs. B. Shirley and 
Mr. B. Hudson, irophy winners. 
1st Mrs. B. Shirley and Mr. B. Hudson 
2nd Mrs. J. Poiricr and Mr.B. Baker 
3rd Mrs. H. Boyle and Mrs. M McCul 
loch 

4lh Mrs. L. Chiasson and Mrs. H. 
MacKay 

5lh Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keswick 
6lh Mrs. D. Ros/ck and Dr. Eddie 
Above average 
Mrs. G. Ix.-iiih.in and Mrs. S. Berlin 

For information please call 546-3406 
or 546-9222. 

An Apple a Day 
If you're about to quarrel with a 
loved one. try escaping to the bath- 
room (or at least 15 minutes with an 
apple and a good book. Chewing 
often relieves tension, and so does 
reading. 




BRIDGE CLUB CHAMPS 

The winners of a Nepisiguit Duplicate Bridge Club tournament played June 
26 were Bert Shirley (left) and Aline Doucel Centre. The winners are shown 
being presented with trophies by club president Gerry Lcnihan. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




MIXED PAIRS BRIDGE CHAMPS 



Winners of the Annual Mixed Pairs Championship of the Bathurst 
Duplicate Bridge Club played June 20 were Boyd Hudson (left) and Ben 
Shirley (centre). Shown presenting the winners with trophies is club 
past-president Marj McCulloch. 

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Eastern Europe not yet ready to accomodate tourist influx 



Travel 
Today 

By VINCENT EGAN 
Travel Columnist 
Thomson Newt Service 




With Ihc Cold War jusl another 
memory on history's dusly shelves. 
Eastern European countries are 
aliraciing--or at least receiving 
unpfcccdcntcd numbers of Western 
visitors this year. 

Some things ehange slowly, and 
ihc former Communist-run countries 
are not yet campaigning very actively 
for the tourist trade. Neither, of 
course, arc certain Western European 
countries. 




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Gourmet 



Mrs. George Crowthcr is a 

native of Portland, Maine. 
The husband 

of Rev. George 

Crowttier of the 

down shore area, 

she now lives in 

Frcdcricton, but 

spends summers 

at the family cot- Hf 

tage in Janeville. / 
She enjoys sewing, painting 

and lazy days at the beach, and of 

course, cooking. 

OVERNIGHT LAYERED SALAD 
1 head iceberg lettuce, coarsely 

shredded 

'/i cup chopped green pepper 
'A cup chopped onion 
'/i cup chopped celery 
I -10 oz package frozen peas 
Place ingredients, in order gi- 
ven, in a large salad bowl in layers. 

Do not stir. 

dressing: 

I cup mayonnaise 

1 cup sour cream 

2 ibs. sugar 

Mix dressing well, spoon care- 
fully over lop layer of salad. 
Cover, and refrigerate overnight. 
Just before serving, sprinkle top 
with 1 cup shredded Cheddar 
cheese and eight slices of cooked 
and crumbled bacon. Serve. 



Every month, a draw will be 
held, with one of our Gloucester 
Gourmets for that month win- 
ning a cake from Jamieson's 
Save-Easy in the Place Bathurst 
Mall. To enter, simply submit a 
recipe along with your name 
and telephone number and The 
Northern Light will make ar- 
rangements to get you into the 
Gloucester Gourmet column for 
your chance to win! The winner 
for the month of June is Jean 
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Danny Arsencau, a 1991 graduate 
of Bathurst High School, is the 
recipient of the Tom Park Hickcy 
Memorial Scholarship in the amount 
of $2,000. Danny is entering the 
University of New Brunswick in 
Fredericton this fall, where he will 
study electrical engineering. He is the 
son of Jerry and Janet Arsencau of 
Pointe Verte. 




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Trie Bcresford Sports Association 
received a cheque for SI, 000 June 23 
from Le Ccrclc Fcminin, which will 
be used to pay for renovations to the 
Sportek in Beresford. Yvonne 
Brown, president of Lc Ccrclc Fcmi- 
nin, is shown presenting (he cheque 
to Rudolph Boudreau, representing 
the Beresford Sports Association. 
(Northern Light Photo) 



One ol the first positive develop- 
ments was launched in April, with the 
iiiinxlucuoii ol luxury four-day and 
six day cruises on the Elbe River, in 
what used to he Easl Germany. 

The Cruises are Iving operated by 
ihc long-established KD German 
Rhine Line of Cologne, using two 
new ships constructed in the 
Netherlands. 

Prices average approximately 
$250 per day per person, double 
occupancy. 
(JROUP TRAVEL 

For decades, it was recogni/.ed that 
group travel was the most satisfac- 
tory way to visit countries of Eastern 
Europe, with their heavy overlay of 
regulations and red tape. 

One of the specialists in this field 
has been a Toronto-based company, 



Canadian Travel Abroad. It con- 
tinues to organi/.e lours lo Ejsicrn 
F.uropc, nuxlilied to relied recent 
changes. 

One example: A number ul 1 0-day 
lours starling June 5, under ihc 
general heading of Discover United 
Germany. One such lour extends inlo 
Bulgaria. 

Another, later this year, will con- 
centrate on art and theatre in Lenin 
grad and Moscow. All CTA lours use 
Finnair as carrier. 

Himo Mansour, CTA president, 
says thai in his 20 years in ihc lour 
business, he has never seen ihc Sovici 
Union so open with information and 
news, nor so willing lo allow visitors 
lo iravcl freely wilhin Ihc couniry. 
GOING IT ALONE 

As always, however, a certain 



number ol individuals insist on mde 
[x-ndent travel, as opposed lo group 

The advice to them, from all sides, 
is clear: Use a travel agent, and don'l 
leave home without confirmed hotel 
reservations. 

One legacy ol Communism is a 
hotel shortage in Hasicrn Europe. The 
industry is making hig strides in 
modcrni/alion and expansion, hul il 
slill has a long way to go. 

The best hotels are nearly always 
heavily booked, and medium-range 
hoiels are scarce. 

Nevertheless, the independent 
traveller who has foresight and a 
gcxxl budgcl may find some firsl-rale 
accommodations in the major East 
ern cilics. 

In Moscow, for instance, Pullman 
International opened a new hotel in 



December as ihc lir.sl project in :in 
expansion program in ihc Ivasi. 

'I he Intercontinental Hotels in 
Warsaw, Budapest and Prague 
generally well recommended 
those who have stayed in them. Oil 
the beaten irack in Solia, Bulgaria, 
ihc Sheralon has won high praise. 

GKTTIM; AROI NI> 

KenUil cars, as well as luxury 
holds, are cx(>cnsivc compared with 
North American prices, and roads are 
not usually up to international stan- 
dards with certain exceptions such as 
Czechoslovakia's main highways. 

Trains are relatively cheap anil 
more commonly used for inter-urban 
trips, hul frequently they arc required 
lo run slowly because of poor irack 
conditions. Always book a scat in 
advance, and splurge for first class if 



you can gel il 

Kail jiassengeis must Ix: on guard 
.UMIIM pickpoi kcls, lx>th while- en 
ionic and when in major icmunals 
strvh as Warsaw's. 

As lor (axis, ihc drivers ol Eastern 
Europe seem to have picked up ihc 
ways ul their counterparts in iii.iny 
uiher places a reluctance lo turn on 
Ihe incur, an unwillingness to lake 
short tr ps, a readiness lo exploit the 
sirangcr"s unfaniiliarity with cur 
rency values 
HKALTII UPS 

In the newsletter, 'irA\.ctlinn ' 
llcalihv, the editor, Karl Neumann. 
MD, recently gave this advice lor 
travellers to Eastern Europe: 

Update your immunization against 
childhood diseases such as polio, 
measles, rubella and mumps. 




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Donnie and the Monarchs to rock hoedown 



This Saturday will be 
just the right time to 
rummage through the 
attic for those old danc- 
ing shoes and poodle 
skirts. 

Donnie and the Mo- 
narchs, a popular show- 
band specializing in 
Golden Oldies, will be 
rocking and rolling the 
Balhurst arena at this 
year's Silver Jubilee 
Festival hoedown. 

The concert is pre- 
sented by the Glouces- 
ter County Kings AAA 
midget hockey team, in 
conjunction with the 
Balhurst Silver Jubilee 
Festival. Showtime is 
10 p.m., with doors 
opening at 8:30 p.m. 

The concert is a fun- 
draiser for the hockey 
team. 

Hailing from Saint 
John, New Brusnwick, 
Donnic and the Mo- 
narchs have been pleas- 
ing audiences since the 
early 1980s with their 
rich repertoire of classic 
rock and roll dance 
tunes. 

The band has played 
innumerable conven- 



tions, trade shows, com- 
munity centres and fun- 
draisers, said an article 
in the April, 1990 issue 
of Atlantic Advocate. 

There has also been 
the odd concert, and odd 
may well be the best 
way to describe this 



throwback to the by- 
gone days of ducktails 
and Brylcrccm. 
They have been 

known to appear in 
Mickey Mouse 
headgear, and, on at 
least one occasion, drop 
their guitars in favor of 



kazoos. 

Formed in 1981 as 
the Basic Four, Donnie 
and the Monarchs even- 
tually switched to '50s 
tunes as a lark. 

The craze caught on, 
and the band has since 
shared the stage with 



such renowned artists as 
the Beach Boys, Bobby 
Day, the Coasters and 
Tiny Tim. They opened 
for the Beach Boys dur- 
ing last year's summer 
concert at Shediac 
Beach. 
Today, Donnie and 



the Monarchs are more 
than just musicians-- 
they are performers. 

Although they don't 
stick strictly to 1950s 
tunes, their shows in- 
clude choreography a la 
Temptations, and ap- 



propriate costume 
changes between sets. 

As for the music, it 
spans everything from 
Chubby Checker to Roy 
Orbison, and is sure to 
get just about everyone 
dancing. 




Saint John showband Donnic and the Monarchs will take their special brand of golden oldies rock and roll to the Balhurst Arena this Saturday at the ever-popular 
hoedown. The concert is being held in conjunction wiih the 1991 Silver Jubilee Festival. 



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alternative outfit? 

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has also struck out on his own with a 
solo release. In order to achieve the 
bluesy atmosphere he wanted on the 
record, Sambora hooked up with 
which veteran guitar legend? 

3. Rap artist Vanilla Ice will soon star 
in a motorcycle film called Cool as 
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rapper recently made the transition 
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naming the film's brat pack co-star.) 
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MORNING 

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"The Case of the Witch Who 
Wasn't" 

6:45 

"The Masque of the Red 
Death" 

15 

"Master of the World' 

1<fcOO 

CD **% "Rose Marie' 
(1 954, Comedie) Ann Blyth, Ho- 
ward Keel. Une orpheHne pup- 
iiie d'un agent de la police mon- 
tee s'eprend d'un jeune 
trappeur. 

10:15 

Follow the Boys 

AFTERNOON 

12:30 

"Abbott and Costeilo in the 
Foreign Legion " 

2*0 

"Repeat Performance" 

Mi 

CD ** Brewster McCtood 
(1970, Comedie) Bud Cort, 
Sally Kelterman. Un jeune 
homme tente de fuir la police 
I aide d'une machine volante 

3:15 

CD **W "La Ueu du crime 
(1906. Melodrama) Catherine 
Deneuve. Victor Lanoux. La 
presence de deux evade* de 
prison va perturber la vie d'un 
adolescent farouche et cede de 
sa mere, g 

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"Love Happy" 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MORNING 

5:30 

EOUESTRES L International 
CHympla.(R) 

6:30 
SNOOKER 

PLANCHE A VOILE En 
provenance de Bercy. France. 
(R) 

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AUTOUR DU MONDE (R) 

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SPORTSDESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (R) 

Ml 

BASEBALL SHOW - BLUE 
JAYS EDITION 

Ml 

WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

BASEBALL Les Twins de 
Minnesota contra les Blue Jays 
a Toronto. En provenance du 
SKydome. (R) 



WIMBLEDON TENNIS 
Men's Quarterfinal. From the 
All-England Lawn Tennis and 
Croquet Club in Wimbledon, 
England. (Live) g 

AFTERNOON 

12:00 
UP CLOSE 



Wednesday 



LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets. (R) 

12:30 

SERIE C YCLISME NATION- 
ALE Canadian Tire. (R) 

1:00 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (R) 

1:30 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE 



Ml 

GOLF PLUS Conseils pra- 
tiques, equipement et activites 
tounstiques et culturelles (R) 

2:30 

SKI NAUT1O.UE Le Tour du 
monde. (R) 

Ml 

BASEBALL Les Twins de 
Minnesota contra les Blue Jays 
a Toronto. En provenance du 
Skydome. (R) 

4:30 

WOULD CHAMPIONSHIP 
WRESTLING POWER HOUR 

Ml 

MOTORING '91 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



AFTERNOON 

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A MAN CALLED INTREPID 
Evan (Michael York) succeeds 
in his mission, but the scientist, 
realizing he's been duped by 
the Nazis, has already defected 
to England. When Evan learns 
that the Gestapo has executed 
Madeleine, he volunteers for 
another mission. (Part 3 of 



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GREAT CANADIAN 
SHORTS CONTEST 

EVENING 

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OJCBCNEWS 
CDCEBOM 
ODNEWSg 
(9 08 NEWS 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

BIZARRE 

MAYA L'ABEILLE 

MARKETING 

MOVIE **Mi "Eddie and the 
Cruisers II: Eddie Lives" (1969) 
Michael Pare. Marina Orsini. A 
former rock 'n' roll legend re- 
turns to his musical roots fol- 
lowing 25 years of hiding be- 
hind his staged death. PG-13 

WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

FOOTBALL AUSTRALIEN 
Match de la Semaine. (R) 

6:30 

CD CHEERS g 

CD SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Ammateur Martin Drainville. 
CD LE CLAN CAMPBELL 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

FINANCIAL ADVISORS 
How to successfully pass on a 
family business. 

740 

(9 08 NEWS 

O 0$ DEQRASSI JUNIOR 
HIGH Their mothers remar- 



riage plans adversely affect 
Stephanie and Arthur. (R) g 

CD LES NOUVELLES 

CD LES DETECTEURS DE 

MENSONQES 

CD DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D. 

(In Stereo) g 

LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 

Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazin. (R) 

NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT Passe 
Carreau cueilie des fraises et 
des groseiiies en compagnie de 
Fardoche. 

MACNEIL/LEHRER 
NEWSHOURg 

LE MONDE DES COURSES 
Revue des demiers evene- 
ments sportifs des courses a 
cheval a travers I'Amerique du 
Nord. 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 

(B) WONDER YEARS Kevin 
plans a party to win back Win- 
nie but she shows up with her 
new boyfriend. (R) g 

CD CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
jeu-questionnaire ou les mots 
pourront valoir jusqu'a 
$100,000. 

CD LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 
juge a la retratte entend des 
causes reliees a la vie quoti- 
dienne. g 

CD HUNTER (In Stereo) g 
(9 NBC NEWSg 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

JEOPARDY! g 

LASSIE 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

7:46 

MOVIE *+ "Follow the 
Boys" (1944) George Raft Vera 
Zorina. A dance star Is rejected 
by the service but forms a com- 
mittee to bring live talent to the 
armed forces. 

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GOLF Michigan Open. 

OD FAMILY MAN g 

CD FAIS-MOI UN DESSIN 
EN TOURNEE 

CD L'AVOC AT DU Dl ABLE 
(9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

24724 Revue de I'actualite 
judiciaire et criminelte 

MOVIE ** "The Gunrun- 
ner" (1983. Drama) Kevin Cost 
ner, Sara Botsford. Returning 
to Montreal to purchase fi- 
rearms for Chinese revolution- 
aries, a young man finds him- 
self involved in the violence and 
corruption of the Roaring '20s. 

LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 

OB ABC NEWSg 

NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT 

SPORTS AVENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fera 
decouvrir les activites de ptein 
air et connattre lea equipe- 
ments et techniques neces 
saires pour les pratiquer 

8:30 

iv FAMILY MAN Jack hires 
the boys' friend, hoping he will 
help win the annual Firehouse 
Competition, g 

CD MOVIE "Allo-cine' 
Cheque semaine, Nicole Si- 
mard Invite les cinephiles a cho 
isir entre deux superproduc- 



1 j BASEBALL Les Mets de 
New York contre les Expos a 
Montreal. En provenance du 
Stade Otympique. (En Direct) 
CD MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Minnesota Twins at To- 
ronto Blue Jays. From the Sky- 
Dome. (Live) g 
Oft JEOPARDY! g 
O S.O.S. CONSOMMATION 

Magazine de services. 

08 ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT (in Stereo) g 

CLUB CONNECT "School 
Survival Challenge" highlights; 
actor Dave Coulier ("Full 
House"). 

COURSES D'AUTO Con- 
frontation Quebec/Ontario. (En 
Direct) 

Ml 

ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE 
Animated. Bullwinkle is in mor- 
tal danger after witnessing a 
bank robbery. (R) (In Stereo) g 
O (H) NATURE OF THINGS 
Drought, defor -tation, and ov- 
ergrazing are a. .ong the forces 
that have destroyed arghcul- 
tural land. (R) g 

09 UNSOLVED MYSTERIES 
Prison escapee wanted for 
bank fraud and questioning in a 
murder; confession in teen's 
murder; family's search for 
grandmother missing since 
1910. (R) (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE **to "Les Fesses a 
fair" (1961. Comedie) Ryan 
O'Neal, Manangela Melato. Un 
professeur de Irtterature vient 
en aide a son pare qui risque de 
perdre sa maison de couture. 

FEU VERT Sujets: les golfs; 
les porchenes; des hommes- 
grenouilles a loeuvre g 

08 WONDER YEARS Kevin 
plans a party to win back Win- 
nie but she shows up with her 
new boyfriend. (R) (In Stereo) g 

SURVIVAL Bald eagles, 
West Indian manatees and log- 
gerhead turtles are some of the 
endangered species living near 
the Kennedy Space Center, g 

SPORTSDESKg 

L'UNIVERS DU PLEIN AIR 
Un nouveile emission de 
chasse et peche. 

9:30 

FAMILY MAN Jack hires the 
boys' friend, hoping he will help 
win the annual Firehouse Com- 
petition. (In Stereo) g 

LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 
Un magazine qui nous incite a 
visitor le Quebec 

08 DANGER TEAM Drama 
pilot. Three day figures help 
transform a bookkeeper (Kath- 
leen Bailer) into a promising de- 
tective. (In Stereo) g 

CANADIAN GOLF TODAY 

LA BOXE Eddie Cook ren- 
contre Johnny Vasquez. Pour 
le litre du champtonnat USBA 
potds coq. En provenance de 
Las Vegaa au Nevada. 

MM 

MOVIE **Vfe "Windmills of 
the Gods" (1988, Drama) (Part 
2 of 2) Jactyn Smith. Robert 
Wagner. Aa Mary semes into 
her new position, she becomes 
suepictous of her chief of staff's 
activities and begins to fear for 
her own life. (In Stereo) g 

(]]) NATIONAL g 

(9 NIGHT COURT Bull visits a 
matchmaker; Christine's 

nerves are shot after being 
served with divorce papers. (R) 

g 

SB NEWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUD 

08 DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D A 
hospitalized TV network chief Is 
besieged with program ideas 
from the staff. (R) (In Stereo) g 

MOYERS/OREN LYONS 
THE FAITHKEEPER Profile of 
Native American environmen- 
talist Oren Lyons, g 

MOVIE ***** "Indiana 
Jones and the Last Crusade" 

BOXING 

10:22 

05 JOURNAL 

10:30 

(9 SEINFELD Jerry's plans to 
move to a new apartment are 
complicated by George and 
Elaine. (R) (In Stereo) g 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

08 MAN IN THE FAMILY Ev- 
ents take an unexpected turn 
when Sal invites a woman to a 
hotel for the evening. (In 
Stereo) g 

1140 

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third time, Sam leaps into the 
life of a woman a young com- 
petitor in the 1958 Miss Deep 
South beauty pageant. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 
O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE ** "Face-Off 
(1971 . Drama) Art Hmdle, Trudy 
Young. A young professional 
hockey player has a turbulent 
romance with a rock singer. 

VISA SANTE Suiets le de 
pistage des maux de dos; les 
dysfonctions sexuelles; le co- 
lon irritable, g 

(2) EQUAL JUSTICE Jo Ann 
struggles to control her nerves 
after a prisoner is shot before 
her eyes; Eugene fights to save 
a faltering campaign; Mike tac- 
kles a politically sensitive case. 
(In Stereo) g 

AMERICAN PIE This look at 
the challenges of living in a free 
society profiles unemployed 
California steel workers and 
Cambodian immigrants in 
Texas. (In Stereo) g 

LES OUILLES Du salon 
Champion de Greenfield Park 

11:20 
CD LE POINT 

11:30 

B OD NEWHART g 
CD BUTTERBUMP IN THE 
ITHg 
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11:46 
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11:50 

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SPORT 

tMI 

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MOVIE *** ' Tarzan et sa 
compagne" (1934. Aventure) 
Johnny WeissmuHer. Maureen 
O Sullivan Deux chasseurs 
tentent de convaincre Tarzan 
de lea cooduire au dmetiere 
des elephants. 

61 QUEBEC, INC. Sujets le de- 
din du models agrtcoie et les 
etats generaux du monde rural. 

FRESH FIELDS William is 
forced to take along both his 
wife and his mother-in-law on a 
fishing trip. 

SPORTSDESK g 

SPOUTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

12:15 

MOVIE *** "The Last War- 
rior" 

12:30 

NIGHT COURT 

O 08 MOVIE ***to "The 
General Died at Dawn" (1936, 
Drama) Gary Cooper, Made- 
leine Carroll. An American mer- 
cenary runs into a devious Mata 
Han while attempting to obtain 
weapons for oppressed 
Chinese peasants. 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

CD NEWSg 
(9 WIMBLEDON TENNIS 
HIGHLIGHTS John Tesh prov- 
ides a wrap-up of the day's 
matches. 

IMAGES PERDUES La pe- 
tite histoire du Quebec de 1935 
a 1976 racontee par la biais de 
films amateurs. 

(in NIQHTLINE g 
SI NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
Examines the state of human 
life and wildlife living along the 
shores of the Great Lakes and 
efforts to protect these inland 



seas. (R) (In Stereo) g 

SOCCER 

GOLF PLUS Conseils pra 
tiques, equipement et activites 
tounstiques et culturelles (R) 

12:45 

CD DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 
ahte et la vie de couple. (R) 
0* TONIGHT SHOW Guest 
host Jay Leno. Scheduled: 
actor-comic Bob Saget; pianist 
Richard Kastle (In Stereo) 

1:00 

CHEERS g 

CD RENCONTRES Entrevue 

avec Paul Misraki, auteur et 

oompositeur, enregistree en 

1984. 

CD MAGNUM, P.I. 

BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 
IfMATLOCKg 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Lea courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets. 

1:30 

ARSENIC HALL (In Stereo) 

CD UNE JOURNEE AVEC (R) 

WILD, WILD WORLD OF 
ANIMALS 

COURSES D'AUTO Serie 
ARCA. (R) 

1:45 

O JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE 

2*0 

TELE-JAZZ Invite: Jack de 
Johnette. 

OB PERSONALITIES 

SURVIVAL Bald eagles. 
West Indian marat*** and loo- 



gerhead turtles are some of the 
endangered species living near 
the Kennedy Space Center, g 

MOVIE "Love and Murder 

fell 
NEWS 

2:20 

OB LATE Nl ,T WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN (R) (In Stereo) 

2:30 

PARTY MACHINE WITH Nl A 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 

08 ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT (In Stereo) g 

UP CLOSE 

LA LUTTE WCW (R) 

Ml 

NEWS (R) 

IB INTO THE NIGHT STAR- 
RING RICK DEES Scheduled: 
rhythm and blues singer Lisa 
Fisher; comic Argus Hamilton; 
actress Daphne Zuniga (In 
Stereo) 

MOYERS/OREN LYONS 
THE FAITHKEEPER Profile of 
Native American environmen- 
talist Oren Lyons, g 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 



(9 LATER WITH BOB COSTAS 
(In Stereo) 

3:30 

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 

MOVIE ** "The Premature 
Burial' 

WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

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DAYTIME MOVIES 



MORNING 

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Down the Drain 

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"The Devil and Miss Jones 

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'Spirit of West Point' 

1fcOO 

X** "Le Scandal* 
Hearst" (1985, Drama) Roben 
Mitchum. Virginia Madsen 
L histoire d'un milliardairt 
marie qui s'est epris d'une co- 
medienne peu sure d'eHe. 

(3D *** "Great Scout and Cat- 
house Thursday" (1976, Co- 
medy) Lee Marvin, Oliver Reed 
A former Indian fighter teams 
up with an Indian and a dirty old 
man to kidnap a madam and 
her girls and hold them for ran- 
som. 

10:18 

Abbon and Costeilo Meet 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" 

11:46 

"Under the Glacier" 

AFTERNOON 

1:90 

"Brown Bread Sandwiches' 

Ml 

** "Just Between Friends" 
(1986. Drama) Mary Tyler 
Moore. Christine Lahti. A Cali- 
fomian must deal with both her 
husband's untimely death and 
the discovery that he was hav- 
ing an affair with her best friend 

Ml 

QD ** "res tone ou quoi?" 
(1981, Corned*) Aldo Mac 
cione, Nicole Calfan. Un jour- 
nalists homosexuel. charge de 
taire un reportage sur une 
(une femme sous-prefet, s'e- 
prend de celle-ci 

M5 

(D ** "Nous sommes du jazz" 
(1983, Comedie) Igor Skiiar, Ni- 
kolai Avenouchkine Au debut 
des annees 20. un etudiant en 
musique cheque ses profes- 
seurs du conservatoire d O 
dessa par son gout pour le jazz 

"The Bridge of San Luis 
Rey" 

4:46 

Age-Old Friends" 

Ml 

38 ** "Just Between Friends 
(1986, Drama) Mary Tyler 
Moore. Christine Lahti. A Catt- 
fomian must deal with both her 
husband's untimely death and 
the discovery that he was hav- 
ing an affair wtth her best friend 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MORNING 

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WATERSPORT WORLD 

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CANADIAN SPORTF I SHI NG 

SUPER BRAS DE PER DE 

BERCY(R) 

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MOTORING '91 

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TRANSWORLD SPORT 

7:00 

MOTO Grand Prix. En prove- 
nance de I'Aiemagne. (R) 

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SPORTSDESK g 



SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

1:30 

CANADIAN GOLF TODAY 

MI 

WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

LA BOXE Edwin Rosario 
centre Loreto Garza. Cham- 

pionnat WBA potds mi-moyen 
junior. En provenance de Sa- 
cramento en California. (R) 
11:00 

EQUESTRES Classique 
Loblaws's. En provenance de 
Toronto. (R) 



AFTERNOON 

1240 

UP CLOSE 

12:30 

LE MONDE DES COURSES 
Revue des demiers evene- 
ments sportifs des courses a 
cheval a travers I'Amerique du 
Nord. (R) 

1:00 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS M Resume detaMe 
dee evenements sportifs de la 



WWF WRESTLING 

MI 

(9 WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

Women s Semifinal. From the 
Ail-England Lawn Tennis and 
Croquet dub in Wimbledon, 
England. (Same-day Tape) g 

WIMBLEDON: HISTOIRE ET 
FAITS SAILLANTS (R) 

Mi 

AUTO RACING 

Mi 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 

LA BOXE Eddie Cook ren- 
contre Johnny Vasquez. Pour 
le trtre du championnat USBA 
pofds coq En provenance de 
Las Vegas au Nevada. (R) 

Mi 

SOCCER 

4:30 

LES OUILLES Du salon 

Champion de Greenfield Park. 

(R) 

Ml 

INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 

CYCLISME Classique Tour 
du Pont. (R) 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



FOOTBALL 

6:30 

CD CHEERS g 

CD SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Ammateur Martin Drain ville 
CD LE CLAN CAMPBELL 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL 

MOVIE *** "The Fabulous 
Baker Boys (1989) Jeff 
Bridges, Michelle Pfeiffer. Two 
lounge lizards find their careers 
revitalized and their lives 
changed when a sexy young 
singer joins their act. (In Stereo) 
R'g 

AUTOUR DU MONDE 

7:00 

u NEWS 

CO DEGRASSI JUNIOR 
HIGH Caitlm supports a preg- 
nant Spike's right to stay in 
school. (R) g 

CD LES NOUVELLES 

CD LES DETECTEURS DE 
MENSONQES 

CD PERFECT STRANGERS 
(In Stereo) g 

(9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Detroit Tigers at Boston 
Red Sox. From Fenway Park. 
(Live) 

LA ROUE CHANC1USE 
Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazin (R) 

NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT 

MACMEIL/LEHRER 
NEWSHOURg 

CANADIAN MOTORSPORT 
WEEKLY 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 
O 11 ON THE ROAD AGAIN 
Featured: the Mackenzie Delta 
annual music festival, per- 
formed under the midnight sun. 

W 

CD CHARIVARI Un nouveau 

jeu-quesbonnalre ou les mots 
pourront valoir jusqu a 
$100.000. 

CD LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 
juge a la retralte entend des 
causes reliees a la vie quoti- 
dienne. g 

CD CHINA BEACH In 1985. 
K.C.'s daughter Karen opens 
old wounds when she inter- 
views the men and women who 
knew her mother. (In Stereo) g 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

J E OP A R D Y I d 



performers in this musical 
Fourth of July celebration. 
Hosts: Robert Guillaume and 
Connie Seilecca (In Stereo) g 

CO) GOD KNOWS Comedy 
pilot. A businessman-turned 
minister assumes his first post. 

CD LES HERITIERS DU 
REVE Olivia est ternfiee a I idee 
de devoir repondre aux ques- 
tions du detective Garcia. 

) MOVIE **'/ 2 "La Fugue de 
Maximilien Glick" (1988, Come- 
die) Noam Zylberman, Fairuza 
Balk. Dans une petite ville au 
Manitoba, un jeune homme juif 
est tombe amoureux d'une fine 
cathohque qui, comme lui, par- 
t ici pe a un concours regional de 
piano, g 

CD COSBY SHOW Cliff urges 
two old friends who have not 
spoken to each other for years 
to reunite. (R) (In Stereo) g 
O MOVIE *to "Cheech et 
Chong, la suite" (1980. Come- 
die) Richard "Cheech" Marin, 
Thomas Chong. Les mesaven- 
tures de deux copams qui cher- 
chent a gagner de I argent sans 
travailler 

AU PREMIER RANG "Le re 
leve 1 Sujets: La releve agncole 
n est plus assuree par la tradi- 
tionnelle contmuite familiale 
Elle exige de la formation et une 
captcrte de gestion. 

00 FATHER DOWLING MYS- 
TERIES While on a movie stu- 
dio set. Father Dowhng and Sis- 
ter Steve witness the murder of 
the director. (R) (In Stereo) g 

CAPITOL FOURTH E.G. 
Marshall hosts this concert that 
features Tony Bennett, Cab 
Galloway. Joel Grey, the Na- 
tional Symphony and Erich 
Kunzel (In Stereo) 

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learns that running a marina is 
not smooth sailing after he wins 
one in a poker game, g 

CD (9 DIFFERENT WORLD 



AFTERNOON 

1:00 

AMERICAN PIE This look at 
the challenges of living In a free 
society profiles unemployed 
California steel workers and 
Cambodian Immigrants in 
Texas. (In Stereo) g 

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| ONE CANADIAN VOiCE 
From Vancouver, hosts J. D. 
Roberts and Tracy WHsonceie- 
brate Canada Day wtth guests 
Including Rita MecNeil, Mich- 
elle Wright and the Rovers. (R) 

EVENING 



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journee. (En Direct) 

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HARD COPY 

OS CLEARED FOR TAK- 
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the National Aviation Museum 
as part of a special chronicling 
Canada's contributions to the 
field of aviation, g 

CD FAIS-MOI UN DESSIN 

EN TOUR NEE 

CD L'AVOCAT DU DIABLE 

SURVIVRE Temoignages de 
gens qui ont trote la mort. 

MOVIE *** "'night, 
Mother" (1986, Drama) Sissy 
Spacek, Anne Bancroft. A 
mother and daughter confront 
each other over the daughter's 
decision to commit suicide at 
the end of the evening in this 
adaptation of Marsha Nor- 
man's Pulitzer Prize-winning 
play. 

LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 

DE DISNEY 

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NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
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BASEBALL Les Mets de 
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Montreal. En provenance du 

Stade Olympique (En Direct) 

MJ 

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CD L'HEURE JUSTE: LES 
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CD COMMENT CA VA? Maga- 
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ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
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MICHIGAN OUTDOORS 

HITCHHIKER TRILOGY Fea- 
tured: "Made in Paris"; "A 
Whole New You"; "Offspring." 
(In Stereo) 

Ml 

DISNEY'S GREAT AMERI- 
CAN CELEBRATION From Dis- 
neyland and Walt Disney World: 
Barbara Mandrel! and Sheena 
Easton are among the celebrity 



The battle of the sexes heats up 
at Hillman, fueled by an article 
on campus sex roles. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

LA ROUTE DES V AC ANCES 
Un magazine qui nous incite a 
visiter le Quebec. 

10cOO 

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CD CHIMES EN SOLDE 

d) MIGHT COURT (In 
Stereo) g 

a CHEERS Fraster and Lilrth 
discuss full-time parenting; Re- 
becca schemes to get a conju- 
gal visit with Robin. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

NEWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUO 

tffi GABRIEL'S FIRE Josephine 
and Bird struggle to adopt a 
crack-addicted baby that was 
abandoned In her restaurant. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE *** "Casualties of 
War" 

10:22 
fj 03) JOURNAL 

10-40 

a WINGS Aspiring cellist He- 
len tries to arrange an audition 
with a honeymooning sym- 
phony conductor. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

JULY 4TH GALA The U.S. 
Army Field Band and Soldiers 
Chorus perform patriotic songs 
from the Gerald R. Ford Mu- 
seum m Grand Rapids. Mich. (In 
Stereo) 

11:00 

BOB SIMON: BACK TO 
BAGHDAD Correspondent and 
former Iraqi prisoner Bob Si- 
mon returns to Baghdad to re- 
port on the aftermath of Opera- 
tion Desert Storm. (In Stereo) g 

(SINEWS 

CD DANS LE DECOR 
( LE TELEJOURNAL g 

CD PAPER MAN The true 
story of Phillip Cromwell, the 
man who turned a run-down 
Sydney newspaper Into an em- 
pire. Tonight: Cromwell s (John 
Bach) rivals try to drive him out 
of the market. (Part 1 of 6) g 
a LA. LAW Grace faces a de- 
cision over a kidney needed by 
her client and another patient; 
Michael represents a flag- 
burning Vietnam veteran; C J 
causes a stir. (R) (In Stereo) g 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE *** "Smite' (1975. 
Comedy-Drama) Michael KkJd. 
Bruce Dem. A small-town 
beauty pageant mixes sincere 
hop :fus and ambitious promo 



IMAGES DE L'ABBE 
PROULX Au progrmame: Le 
bar du St-Laurent; le im au Can- 
ada; les ailes de la peninsula 
Cffl KOPPEL REPORT "Drugs. 
Crime & Doing Time" An inves- 
tigation of the New York City 
criminal justice system, over- 
burdened by drug-related 
cases. (R) g 

LIGNE OUVERTE DE BASE- 
BALL (En Direct) 

11:20 
(DUE POINT 

11:30 

QD NEWHART g 
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WORLD OF HORSE RAC- 
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COURSES DE BICROSS A 
BERCY (R) 

11:45 
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11:50 

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11:55 

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MOVIE **to "Benny Good- 
man" (1955, Drame) Steve Al- 
len, Donna Reed. La vie de 
Benny Goodman, issu d'une 
famille modeste de Chicago 
avant de devenir le roi du jazz. 

FEU VERT Sujets: ('herbs a 
poux; la vegetation de la zone 
boreale. le deuxleme sondage 
de (Operation Feu vert. (R) 

SHERLOCK HOLMES 

MOVIE *** "Cadillac Man" 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

12:30 
NIGHT COURT 

CO MOVIE *** "Thres- 
hold" (1981. Drama) Donald 
Sutherland. Jeff GoMbkim. A 
heart surgeon raises a controv- 
ersy by implanting an experi- 
mental mechanical heart in a 
female patient. 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 



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LIVING PLANET: A 
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WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

SPORTS A VENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fera 
decouvrir les activites de ptem 
air et connaitre les equipe 
ments et techniques neces- 
saires pour les pratiquer. (R) 

12:46 

CD DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 
alite et la vie de couple. (R) 
C9 TONIGHT SHOW Guest 
host: Jay Leno. Scheduled: ac- 
tors Charles Kimbrough, Dixie 
Carter; comic Rick Reynolds. 
(In Stereo) 

1:00 

O CHEERS g 

CD MOVIE *Vi "Christina 
(1973, Drame) Barbara Parkins, 
Peter Haskel Un mgenieui 
sans emploi est accoste par 
une inconnue qui lui offre 
$25,000 pour contractor avec 
elle un manage blanc 
CD MAGNUM, P.I. 

BEAU ET CHAUO (R) 
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LES COURSES A TROIS 
RIVIERES Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome de 
Trois-Rivieres. 

1:30 

ARSENIC HALL Scheduled: 
football player-turned-actor 
Brian Bosworth ("Stone Cold"); 
Little Richard; vocal group After 



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CD UNE JOURNEE AVEC (R) 

MICHIGAN OUTDOORS (R) 

LA BOXE Eddie Cook ren- 
contre Johnny Vasquez. Pour 
le trtre du championnat USBA 
poids coq. En provenance de 
Las Vegas au Nevada. (R) 

1:45 

(9 WIMBLEDON TENNIS 
Women's Semifinal. From the 
All-England Lawn Tennis and 
Croquet Club in Wimbledon. 
England. (Taped) g 

MOVIE ** "Wild Orchid 

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(3) PERSONALITIES 

CAPITOL FOURTH E.G. 
Marshall hosts this concert that 
features Tony Bennett, Cab 
Galloway. Joel Grey, the Na- 
tional Symphony and Erich 
Kunzel. (In Stereo) 

2:30 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 

OB ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
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O NEWS(R) 

ir INTO THE NIGHT STAR- 
RING RICK DEES Scheduled 
actress Soteil Moon Frye; 
comic Billy Garan (In Stereo) 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

3:30 

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 



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CD NEWS g 
(9 WIMBLEDON TENNIS 
HIGHLIGHTS John Tesh prov- 
ides a wrap-up of the day's 
matches. 

CHARLOT ETERNEL Le 
monde tragi-comique de Char- 
lie Chaplin. 



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Three exciting acts, 
members of Halifax's 
Buskers Int'L, will per- 
form behind the Royal 
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West German 
acrobatic/juggling com- 
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is a magician, who, at 
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already worked along- 
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DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

6:30 

"Count Yorga, Vampire 

8:15 

"The Haunted Palace 

9:45 

"Frame-Up Blues 

10:00 

(D **Vt "La Strip-teaseuse 
effarouchee " (1965. Comedie) 
Fivis Presley, Shelley Fabares. 
Un chanteur de cabaret est 
charge par son patron de surv- 
eiller sa fille au cours de vac- 
ances a la mar. 

11:15 

"Turner & Hooch" 

AFTERNOON 

1.-00 

Tr-e Thriller 

Ml 

**Vi "Sharks' Treasure" 
(1975, Adventure) Cornel Wilde, 
Yaphet Kotto. A treasure hunter 
in the Caribbean battles sharks 
and escaped convicts for his 
life and booty. 

2:30 

CD *** "Les Delinquents 
(1983, Drame) Sean Penn. Esai 
Morales. Les dures experi- 
ences d'un adolescent delin- 
quent enferme dans une institu- 
tion a cause de ses activites 
cnminellles 

2:45 

"The Case of the Witch Who 
Wasn't" 

3:15 

(X) ** "Echo park" (1982. Co- 
medie) Susan Dey, Tom Hulce 
Une jeune actrice, qui attend le 
role de sa vie, decide de louer 
ses deux chambres, Tune a un 
body-builder et I'autre a un liv- 
reur de pizza, g 

4:30 

Little Monsters" 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MORNINQ 

6:30 

L IQNE OUVERTE DC BASE- 
BALL (R) 

7:00 

CYCLISME Classiqu* Tour 
du Pont. (R) 

8.-00 

SPORTSDESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

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WATERSPORT WORLD 

Mi 

WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

BASEBALL Les Mets de 
New York centre les Expos a 
Montreal. En provenance du 
Stade Olymp*qoe (R) 

AFTERNOON 

IfcOO 

UP CLOSE 

UQNE OUVERTE DE BASE- 
BALL (R) 

1:00 

SPORTSDESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
lournee (R) 

1:30 

BOXING 

Mi 

< WIMBLEDON TENNIS 



Men's Semifinal. From the All- 
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WIMBLEDON 1991 Demi- 
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4:00 

THOROUGHBRED DIGEST 

4:30 

CANADIAN GOLF TODAY 

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WATER SKIING 

5:30 

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MORNING 

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EVENING 

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WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. Premiere ronde. En 
provenance de King's Island, 
Ohio. (En Direct) 

6:30 

CD CHEERS g 

(D SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Animateur Martin Dramville 
CD LE CLAN CAMPBELL 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

TECHNOPOLITICS Global 
warming; watering the West; 
Deborah Owen on the FTC's 
new activism 

MOVIE ** "Graveyard 
Story" (1990) John Ireland. A 
lonely doctor's investigation 
into a child's death reveals a 
startling secret. 'NR 

Mi 

(H) NEWS 

m VARIETY 

CD LES NOUVELLES 

CD LES DETECTEURS DE 
MEN8ONGES 

I FAMILY MATTERS The 
unexpected visit of a myster- 
ious person from Harnette's 
past leaves Carl speechless. (In 
Stereo) g 

LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 
Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazin (R) 

NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT 

MACNEIULEHRER 
NEWSHOURg 

COURSES D'AUTO Con- 
frontation Quebec/Ontario. (R) 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 

OJ) NEWHARTg 

CD CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
jeu-questionnaire ou les mots 
pourront valoir jusqu'a 
$100.000. 

fX> LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 

juge a la retraite entend des 

causes reliees a la vie quoti- 

dienne. g 

CD JAKE AND THE FATMAN 

(In Stereo) g 

(9 NBC NEWS g 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

JEOPAF I g 



LASSIE 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

Ml 

HARD COPY 

05 CAPITAL CITY Hudson 
combines business and plea- 
sure when he falls for one of his 
clients; Alison's new job at the 
bank is not what she antici- 
pated, g 

d) FAIS-MOI UN DESSIN 
EN TOURNEE 

CD L'AVOCAT DU Dl ABLE 
(S) WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

URGENCES De ventables 
pohciers, pompiers, ambulan- 
ciers et equlpes de secours ris- 
quent leur vie tous les jours en 
reponse a des appels sur la 

S 16911 
MOVIE **Yt "Sixteen Can- 
dles" (1984. Comedy) Molly 
Ringwaid, Anthony Michael 
Hall. An insecure Midwestern 
teen experiences the pain of 
adolescence as she longs for 
Mr. Right while fending off the 
advances of the class clown. 

LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 

(2) ABC NEWS g 

NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: Market Moni- 
tor. 

KARTINQ Coupe du Que- 
bec. 

8:15 

MOVIE **V* "Scream and 
Scream Again" (1970) Vincent 
Price, Christopher Lee. An in- 
vestigator discovers that a mad 
scientist's experiments in 
genetics Include the use of 
limbs severed from unwilling 
donors. 'PG' 

8:30 

CURRENT AFFAIR g 

CD 9-1-1... Les evenements 
de la scene policiere et judi- 
ciaire chaque semame 

CD BASEBALL Les Expos de 
Montreal affrontent les Pirates 
a Pittsburgh. En provenance du 
Three Rivers Stadium. (En Di- 
rect) 

I MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Montreal Expos at Pitts- 
burgh Pirates. From Three 
Rivers Stadium. (Live) g 
MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Detroit Tigers at Boston 
Red Sox. From Fenway Park. 
(Uve) 

OB ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT (In Stereo) g 

OF MONUMENTS AND 
MYTHS A humorous look at 
stories about Washington. 
D.C., landmarks. 

Ml 

VERDICT Florida vs. 
James Kallok Trial of a Florida 
man held responsible for his 
son's use of his gun to shoot a 
friend. (In Stereo) g 

09 STREET LEGAL g 

CD MOVIE ** "En Toute 
amitie" (1974, Drame) Peter 
Falk, Richard Kiley. Un conv 
missaire de police tue sa 
femme et fait reporter la culpa- 
billte sur un cambnoleur 

MOVIE *** "Un vendredi 
dingue. dingue, dingue (1976, 
Comedie) John Astin. Jodie 
Foster. Un jour, a la suite d'un 
souhait inconsidere, une mere 
se trouve transporte dans le 
corps de sa fille et vice versa. 

FEU VERT INTERNA- 
TIONAL Au programme: le 
mais jaune aux Philippines; la 
destruction des forets humides 
de lAmazome. les efforts de 
I'lnde pour amettorer la qualite 
de I'eau: elever des autruches 



en Israel. 

OS FULL HOUSE Jesse's war- 
drobe for a cologne commercial 
is limited to a towel. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

WASHINGTON WEEK IN 
REVIEW (Season Premiere) (In 
Stereo) g 

SPORTSDESK , 

WIMBLEDON 1991 Demi- 
finale (Hommes). (R) 

9:30 

TRUE DETECTIVES A mys- 
terious waterfront noise; inves- 
tigation of a convicted robber's 
alibi. Host: Gregory Harrison. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
EXPLORER Au programme: 
une ancienne tondene et Cart 
des sonneurs de cloches; une 
simple tribu lutte centre la pro- 
fanation de son territoire. 

ffl FAMILY MATTERS The 
unexpected visit of a myster- 
ious person from Harriette s 
past leaves Carl speechless 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

WALL STREET WEEK (Sea- 
son Premiere) Louis Rukeyser 
and his guests discuss financial 
topics. (In Stereo) g 

SENIOR PGA GOLF 

1040 

MOVIE **to "The Last 
Frontier" (1986, Drama) (Part 1 
of 2) Linda Evans, Jack Thomp- 
son. The American widow of an 
Australian rancher must face 
life in the drought-ridden Out- 
back while battling land- 
grabbing neighbors and dealing 
with family tensions. (In Stereo) 

05 NATIONAL g 

NEWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUD 

(S) BELLES OF BLEECKER, 
STREET Comedy pilot. Two" 
teen-age girls sneak out of the 
house to attend a celebrity 
party. Melissa Clayton stars. (In 
Stereo) g 

OFF THE RECORD 

MOVIE **V2 "The 
Guardian" 

10:22 

O 05 JOURNAL 
10:30 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

(2) GOING PLACES Jack and 
Charlie announce their plans to 
chaperone Nick's camping trip. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

MARILYN MACKAY'S AU- 
TOGRAPH 

10:50 

CD TIRAGE DE LA MINI/ 
PROVINCIAL/INTER PLUS 

11:00 

05 NEWS 

CD DANS LE DECOR 
d LE TELEJOURNAL g 
09 MAGNUM, P.I. 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE ** "Murder by the 
Book" (1987, Mystery) Robert 
Hays, Catherine Mary Stewart. 
A popular detective novelist 
consults his fictional alter ego 
when faced with the real-life 
mystery surrounding a young 
woman's kidnapping. 

PARLER POUR PARLER 

"Je ne fais plus i amour Des 
hommes et des femmes qui, 
pour differentes raisons, n'ont 
pas fait I'amour depuis qu- 
elques annees 
17" 20/20 cj 



AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE 

"Hyde in Hollywood" In Peter 
Parnell's play, movie star and 
director Julian Hyde becomes 
obsessed with vanquishing a 
corrupt gossip columnist who 
could end his career, g 

11:20 
fXlLE POINT 

11:30 

0$ GOOD ROCKIN' TONITE 
A mid-year review of the num- 
ber one singles for 1991 includ- 
ing videos by Madonna, Janet 
Jackson, INXS, Roxette, Amy 
Grant and Gloria Estefan. 

CE FULL HOUSE (In Stereo) 

g 

SPORTS PLUS 

UP CLOSE 

11:45 
CBMETEO 

MOVIE *Vz "Syngenor 

11:50 

(X) LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:55 

CE LA OUOTIDIENNE/ 
BANCO 

12:00 

09 NEWS 

CD LES NOUVELLES TV A, 
METEOg 

(X) L'HEURE G 

CD CTV NEWS g 

TELE-JAZZ Invites: Al Di 
Meda, Youssou N Dour et Or 
nett Coleman 

PREMIERE LIGNE "lei ou 
ailleurs" 

SPORTSDESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

12:30 

NIGHT COURT 

05 MOVIE **V> "And a 

1 Nightingale Sang" (1990, 
Comedy-Drama) Tom Watt, 
Phyllis Logan. Based on C.P. 
Taykx's account of the roman- 
tic and domestic tribulations 
faced by a family of working- 
class Brits during World War II. 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

CD NEWSg 
09 WIMBLEDON TENNIS 
HIGHLIGHTS Dick En berg 
Jimmy Connors, Chris Evert 
and Bud Collins provide a 
wrap-up of the day's matches. 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
EXPLORER Au programme: 
une ancienne fondene et I art 
des sonneurs de cloches; une 
simple tribu lutte centre la pro- 
fanation de son territoire. (R) 
ffl NKJHTLINE g 

WWF WRESTLING 

GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. Premiere ronde. En 
provenance de King's Island, 
Ohio. (R) 

12:45 

CD MOVIE *+ Neige sur 
Beverly Hills" (1987, Drame) 
Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz 
Avec l aide d'une copine man- 
nequin, un etudiant cherche a 
aider un ami d'enfance devenu 
esclave de la drogue. 

1:00 

CHEERS g 

CD MOVIE *** "Brainstorm" 
(1963, Science-Fiction) Christo- 
pher Waiken. Natalie Wood. Un 
savant met au point un appareil 
permettant de partager la pen- 
see et les sensations de 



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CD MAGNUM, P.I. 
09 TONIGHT SHOW Guest 
host Jay Leno Scheduled: ac- 
tor Michael Moriarty, comic 
Chuck Martin. (In Stereo) 

BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 

IT- IN CONCERT Scheduled: 
the Grateful Dead. (In Stereo) 

MOVIE **** "An American 
in Paris" (1951. Musical) Gene 
Kelly, Leslie Caron. The music 
of George and Ira Gershwin un- 
derscores this Oscar-winning 
tale of an artist caught between 
two women in post-war Paris. 

1:30 

ARSENIC HALL (In Stereo) 

g 

MOVIE V-i "Friday the 13th 
Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhat- 
tan " 

WIMBLEDON TENNIS 

2:00 

m JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE (In Stereo) 
CHI MATLOCK g 

2:30 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
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10 NEWS 

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Corner 

With Th Whistler 




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on debut album 



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Mark Koenic The 
Lonesome Kind 

Mark Koenic is a 
name that is familiar to 
country fans in western 
Canada, and soon to be 
elsewhere. 

A singer/songwriter, 
he's been on the music 
scene for some time. 
Koenic has appeared on 
many occasions with 
Ian Tyson, and those 
stints seem to have 
nibbed off nicely. "The 
Lonesome Kind" is 
Koenic's debut album 
on the Justin label, an 
independent label 
which is distributed by 
MCA records in 
Canada. 

The first single off 
the album, 'Trail Of 
Tears" is doing quite 
well and was in the 40th 
position on the 
RPM- 100 country chart 
the week of June 15. It's 



a tune reminiscent of a 
Marty Robbins story 
song, and one of nine 
originals from Koenic's 
bag of songs. Mark 
Koenic has a smooth 
delivery with just 
enough of a rough edge 
to give his voice that 
extra attractiveness. 
There are other tunes 
here which stand out as 
well as "Trail Of 
Tears", they are, "Your 
Turn To Fall," a fun 
song, and "Evening 
Star", something more 
serious and effective 
with the potential of 
being the next single 
release. "It's A Big 

World" and "Don't She 
Get Lucky" are both 
uptempo tunes where 
Koenic gets a chance to 
demonstrate his vocal 
stylings. The title song 
is a poignant story song 
which might be a little 



too deep for single sta- 
tus, but shows the ar- 
tist's enormous talent 
and versatility. 

The only non- 
roiginal cut on the al- 
bum is a cover of Nat 
King Cole's "Pretend". 
Although this type of 
song may go over well 
on stage, it is out of 
character with the rest 
of the album, and might 
have been better left off. 

"The Lonesome 
Kind" is still a great 
debut for Mark Koenic, 
and with backing musi- 
cians such as dobroist 
Jerry Douglas, Jeff 
Bradshaw's steel guitar 
and Mark O'Connor's 
fiddle playing.it should 
have an impact on the 
market for Koenic. 

Birthdays 

Bom July 3rd. 1958, 
in Greenville, South 
Carolina, Arron Tippin 



broke onto the country 
music scene early this 
year with His debut al- 
bum on the BMG label 
titled "You've Got To 
Stand For Something". 
It was also the first 
single and was played 
extensively during the 
Persian Gulf conflict. 

This is a song with a 
strong message. As a 
writer, Arron's songs 

recorded by other artist 
include, "Something 
With A Ring To It" 
(mark Collie), and 
"Whole Lot Of Love On 
The Line (Charley 
Pride) to name a few. 

Arron Toppin cele- 
brates his 33rd birthday 
today. 

Until next week, keep 
whistling. 

(Justin/MCA) 



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BY BOB REMINGTON 

Here's a clever piece of pro- 
gramming: On the eve 
of baseball's All-Star Game, 
CTV airs "Field of Dreams" 
(Monday, July 8), the 1989 fan- 
tasy starring Kevin Costner as 
an Iowa farmer who hears a 
voice urging him to build a 
baseball diamond in the mid- 
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in this adaptation of a W.P. 
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farmer tries to bring the leg- 
endary Shoeless Joe Jackson 
back for a game. 

Less appealing on CTV is 
"The Golden Child" (airing 
Sunday, July 7), a not-so-gold- 
en 1986 attempt to blend Eddie 
Murphy's sassy comedy into 
an adventure film. 

Murphy stars as a Los Ange- 
les social worker who is star- 
tled to discover that a group of 
foreigners believe he is "the 
chosen one" sent to save the 
world for a thousand future 
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who has been kidnapped. The 
search takes Murphy on an od- 
yssey to remote parts of China 
and to the gates of hell. It tries 
to be Spielberg, but it isn't. 

On Thursday, July 11, CTV 
airs part two of "The Paper 
Man," a six-part miniseries 
continuing weekly through 
Aug. 8. The Australian mini- 
series stars John Bach as a 
media mogul based on news- 
paper baron Rupert Murdoch. 

On Wednesday, July 10, 
CBC airs the two-hour pilot 
episode of "Capital News," a 
U.S. series about a Washington 
Post-like newspaper that stars 
Lloyd Bridges as the editor. 
The series runs Wednesday 
nights throughout the summer. 

In sports, baseball's Ail- 
Star Game airs Tuesday night, 
July 9, on CTV from Toronto's 
SkyDome. CBC kicks off an- 
other year of CFL football 
with Toronto at Ottawa on 



Tuesday, July 9. With Bruce 
McNall. Wayne Gretzky and 
John Candy buying the Argos 
and paying a record salary to 
Raghib "Rocket" Ismail, it 
should be quite a season. On 
Sunday, July 7, CBS has the 
132nd running of North Ameri- 
ca's oldest continuous stakes 
race, the Queen's Plate. "Can- 
ada's Kentucky Derby" will be 
run at Woodbine Race Track at 
Etobicoke, Ont 



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to Baghdad in a CBS News special 
airing Thursday, July 4. Simon will 
report on the aftermath of the war 
in Iraq and Kuwait, as well as on 
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By MICHAEL J. 
BOURGUIGNON 
Northern Light Stiff 




The Northern Light, Wed., July 3, 19917 



Fox's Just One Night is just too much; 
The KLF offers accessible dance tracks 



Samantha Fox-Just 
One Night 

Samantha Fox is best 
known for two things, 
neither one of which has 
anything to do with 
musical talent 

In fact, even uttering 
her name in the same 
sentence as the word 
"talent" is tantamount to 
dangerously stretching 
the boundaries of real- 
ity. What more can be 
said about a performer 
(yes, that's a better 
word) who has to hire 
someone to write her 
songs for her? 

But perhaps I am be- 
ing too harsh. Surely, 
there must be some ar- 
tistic merit underneath 
that skimpy exterior? 

After all, Ms. Fox did 
play a part in penning 
three of the dozen songs 
on this latest dunce- 
dance offering; and she 
has certainly displayed 



a startling talent for re- 
moving her clothing for 
magazines, posters, and 
the occasional child- 
ren's telethon. 

Just kidding about 
that last one, but one has 
to wonder exactly 
where this woman's 
head is. Although most 
of the songs are written 
by someone or some- 
thing known only as 
"Full Force", each track 
displays a more or less 
equal measure of stan- 
dard beat, inane senti- 
mentality and, above 
all, sexual provocation. 

I'm not saying the 

lady should necessarily 
sing about homeless 
children or the rainfor- 
est, but isn't Samantha 
Fox exactly what the 
feminist movement 
fought so hard against 
20 years ago? 
Enough said. With 



such titles as "(Hun 
Me! Hun Me!) But the 
Pants Stay On", "Plea- 
sure Zone" and "More 
More More", most seri- 
ous audiophiles will 
find Just One Night just 
too much to stomach. 
(BMG/Jive) 

The KLF-The White 
Room 

TheKLF(Kommuni- 
calion Liberation Front) 
is one of those bands 



that gets eaten up by the 
hungry North American 
market. 

Off the beaten track 
but accessible, The 
White Room is a grab 
bag of high tech dance 
tunes that has already 
begun to make waves in 
the United Kingdom. 

Currently riding the 
Top 10 charts abroad, 
the North Americna de- 
but album should appeal 
to both the borderline 



alternative market here, 
as well as to the gener- 
ally innocuous tastes of 
the dance scene. 

Without question, the 
best of the bunch is the 
first single, "3 A.M. 
Etemar-which packs 
power and precision, 
despite the fact it is 
recorded live. But then, 

"live" music is a rela- 
tive term in the Milli 
Vamlli millennium, and 



the clarity of this parti- 
cular track may well be 
a little too good to be 
true. 

The second single, 
the also-live "Last Train 
to Trancentral" is 
equally strong, while 
the remainder of the 
tracks range from rap to 
straightforward Euro- 
dance. 

An unusual band to 
say the least, the KLF 



has also been known at 
various times by such 
monikers as the Time- 
lords and the Jams. 

Identity crisis not- 
withstanding, the KLF 
is a solid contemporary 
outfit, but only as- 
purveyors of "product". 
Those who prefer lean 
guitar and other archaic 
instruments will not be 
impressed. 
(EMC/Arista) 



Trooper, Minglewood to rock the Causeway 



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By MICHAEL J. BOURGUIGNON 
Northern Light Staff 

Kindergarten Cop 

Since embarking on hii film career, Arnold Schwarzeneg- 
ger hat gracefully evolved from being a hulkiih movie 
curiotily to being the consistent king of the one-liner. 

He flexes his comedic muscle again in Kindergarten Cop, 
an ulikely but entertaining vehicle for Arnold, who plays a 
police detective gone undercover as a kindergarten teacher. 

Once there, he must figure out which of the brats is the son 
of a druglord, whose wife has decided the family unit would 
get along a whole lot better far away from daddy. 

Again, the kindergarten setting it unlikely premise, and 
Arnold sometimes looks out of place; but overall, it's a 
refreshing change from his early semi-literate action flicks. 

There's still plenty of action to be had, but those who could 
never have brought themselves to see Total Recall will 
probably be surprised at how much they enjoy this film. 
Green Card 

Score one for the actors considered too ugly to be leading 
men. There is hope. 

French movie marvel Gerard Depardieu may not look like 
North American audiences' idea of a proper leading man; but 
Richard Gere could never have pulled this film off. 

Nor could he have won the heart of Andie McDowell as 
endearingly as Depardieu does in this wonderful outing from 
Peter Weir, the director of Dead Poets Society. 

Depardieu plays a rather uncouth Frenchman in need of an 
immigration green card. In order to do it, he enters into a 
marriage of convenience with a rather over-couth Andie 
McDowell (Sex, Lies and Videotape). 

Depardieu may not necessarily be physically attractive in 
the way Gere or any other typical leading man may be, but 
it's easy to see why the French consider him a national 
treasurer. 

The range of emotions he projects and the charm he puts 
into his role prove he is simply an excellent actor. 

As for Andie McDowell, she it radiant as always, and, 
from Sex, Lives and Videotape on. has shown her adaptabil- 
ity in terms of projecting on-screen chemistry and projecting 
the ultimate uptight American. 

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Causeway park will 
be rocking this Friday 
when two popular Ca- 
nadian artists take the 
stage in an open-air 
musical extravaganza. 

Vancouver-based 
rock band Trooper will 
headline a double bill 
that also features Mari- 
time music legend Matt 
Minglewood, starting at 
7 p.m. 

The event is one of 
many centred around 
the 1991 Silver Jubilee 
Festival, now 
underway. 

Trooper is fronted by 
original members Ra 
McGuire, on lead voc- 
als, and Ryan Smith on 
lead guitar. 

The band is best 
known for such 1970s 
hits as "Raise a Little 
Hell", "We're Here For 
a Good Time (Not a 
Long Time)", and "The 
Boys in the Bright 
White Sports Car". 

Although they broke 
up in the early 1980s, 
Trooper got back 
together a few years 



ago. Since then, they 
have been enjoying 
some success on the 
comeback trail, particu- 
larly with their latest 
album "Last of the Gyp- 
sies", which spawned 
the single "Boy With 
the Beat." 

They have played 
two Bathurst club dates 
since 1989, managing to 
pack the house on both 
occasions. 

Matt Minglewood 

has also proved a con- 
sistently popular draw 
card and was most re- 
cently in town for a 
well-attended perfor- 
mance last year. 

After eight albums 
and 14 years of touring 
from his native Cape 
Breton to Vancouver, 
Minglewood has re- 
juvenated his long and 
illustrious country-rock 
career with The 
Promise. 

The country-rock 
legend will open the 
show for Trooper, 
which should get the 
procession underway on 
a high note. 



Gates open at 5 p.m., 

with the concert starting 
at 7 p.m. 



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Roy Rogers, Sons of Pioneers 
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11:16 

MOVIE **V* "Simon and 
the Dream Hunters" 

11:30 

CD BONNE PECHE 
CD L'OR DES AUTRES 

COUNTERPARTS 

(3) NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK 

MOTORWEEK Lexus prev- 
iew; Range Rover County SE 
Russia's Riga Motor Museum; 
Alfa Romeo Spider. (In Stereo) 

CANADIAN MOTORSPORT 
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AUTO RACING 

12:30 

(E) STAR TREK 

AFRICAN JOURNEY Luke 
and Themba make a cross- 
country trip for medication 
when a fire threatens a village, 
(R) 

NEW YANKEE WORKSHOP 
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12:46 

MOVIE ***Vi "The Bear 

1:00 

SOUL TRAIN Guy; Thelma 
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CD MOVIE *** "Jouer c'est 
tuer" (1984. Comedie) Henry 
Thomas, Dabney Coleman Un 
jeune garcon, passionne de 
jeux d espionnage, est imphque 
malgre lui dans une danger- 
euse affaire. 

) EXPEDITION Au pro- 
gramme: La Peche sur les 
Grands Lacs. 

TRAVEL MAGAZINE 
OZ) LITTLE ROSEY o 

MICHIGAN OUTDOORS (R) 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (R) 

1:30 

3D REFLECTIONS 

CD MOVIE **Vi "Lundi, mmuit" 
(1 981 , Drame) (Partie 2 de 2) Un 
adolescent, dont le pare est 
decode recemment, rend visite 
a son grand-pere qui habite sur 
une ferine. II se lie d'amitie a vec 
un garcon audacieux mais synv 
pathtque 
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EVERYDAY WORKOUT 

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SUPER FORME Une serie 
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2:00 

TWILIGHT ZONE 

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(9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
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(Live) 

MOVIE +Vt "In God We 
Trust" (1980. Comedy) Marty 
Feldman, Peter Boyle An Inno- 
cent monk falls In wtth an un- 
scrupulous TV evangelist when 
his efforts to raise money for 
his monastery bring him to Hol- 
lywood. 

fiT) WWF WRESTLING SPOT 
LIGHT 

OUTDOORSMEN 

LES OUILLES Du salon 
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(R) 

2:30 

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MOVIE *** "Gremlins 2: 
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3:00 

MOVIE ** "Only the Val- 
iant" (1951, Adventure) Gre- 
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(B) BOB IZUMI REAL FISH- 
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CD MOVIE ** Medecin 
malgre tout" (1985) Steve Gut- 
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jeune homme, n'arrivant pas a 
se faire admettre dans une fa 
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ecole de medecine improvisee 
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trale. 

CD L'UNIVERS DES SPORTS 
Tennis: Le Toumoi Satellite 
Canadian (Demi-finales). (En 
Direct) 

UOAM-PRISE 21 

MEDAL OF HONOR Profiles 
veterans awarded for coura- 
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WORLD TRAVEL AND AD- 
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SENIOR PGA GOLF 

GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. En provenance de 
King's Island, Ohio. (En Direct) 

3:30 

OJ) CANAD'AN REFLEC- 
TIONS 

CD WWF WRESTLING 
4:00 

(H) SPORTS WEEKEND 
Scheduled: World Volleyball 
League - Canada vs. Brazil 
from Toronto; Ponoka 
Stampede Rodeo from Ponoka, 
Aita , Queen's Plate preview. 
(Live) 

BEST SELLERS 

EGLISE: MYSTERE ET MIS- 
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CHALLENGE 

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5:00 

PGA GOLF Western Open. 
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CD GHOSTBUSTERS 

* WIDE WORLD OF 
SPORTS (Taped) 
(9 GOLF Celebrity Champion- 
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SPORT FISHING 

TOUT UN MONDE A 
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FRUGAL GOURMET Cuban 
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EQUESTRIAN 

LUTTE CADET Champion- 
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5:30 

CD VIDEO ROCK DETENTE 
Las meilleurs videoclips rock 
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CO LE FUNAMBULE DE L'lM- 
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dessus du Salto Angel. 

LES PIERRAFEU 

OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN 

FEU VERT INTERNA- 
TIONAL Au programme: to 
mais jaune aux Philippines; la 
destruction des forets humides 
de I Amazonie; les efforts de 
I'lnde pour ameliorer la qualite 
de I'eau; elever des autruches 
en Israel. (R) 

(H) WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS 
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Track and Field Meet - featur- 
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European Cup Gymnastics 
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Mardi Gras dishes including 
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muffulata. (In Stereo) 

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CD LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
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CD VISIONS D'ICI "Votre me 
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O COUP DE SOLEIL Tous les 
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WWF WRESTLING 

LA PLANETE VI V ANTE La 
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HEALTH MATTERS Topic: 
breast cancer update. 

SNOOKER 

6:30 

CD MOVIE ** "Operation 
chimpanze" (1987, Science- 
fiction) Matthew Broderick, He- 
len Hunt. Un chimpanze capa- 
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est envoye dans un centre de 
recherches de ('aviation ou il 
sert de cobaye. 

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NEWTON'S APPLE How In- 
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MOVIE *** "The Investiga- 
tion: Inside a Terrorist Bomb- 
ing" (1990) John Hurt. Martin 
Shaw. Based on the true story 
of a TV reporter who, while in- 
vestigating a pair of 1974 
bombings in England, learned 
that six innocent Irishmen were 
beaten into confessing their 
"guilt. (In Stereo) g 

STOCK-CAR A ST- 
EUSTACHE 

6:40 

CD L'AMOUR VOLE S etant in- 
troduit chez son ex-amie en 
son absence, un amoureux 
econduit cherche a retrouver la 
presence de la jeune femme a 
travers ses e frets personnels. 

7:00 

(9 (SI NEWS 

OS SPORTS WEEKEND 

(Taped) 

CD LE TELEJOURNAL g 

CD CAMPBELLS g 

LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 
A vec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazln. (R) 

NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT 

DEGRASSI HIGH Dwayne 
must cope with his feelings 
about being HIV positive, g 

CYCLING 

VOLLEYBALL DE PLAGE 

7:05 

CD SAMEDI P.M. Avec Ray- 
mond Legault, Martin Dram 
ville. Diane Lavallee et Luc 
Guerin. 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 
CD UP AND COMING 

(9 NBC NEWSg 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

NEW FACES 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
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08 ABC NEWSg 

CLUB CONNECT "School 
Survival Challenge" highlights; 
actor Dave Couiier ("Full 
House"). 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. 

8:00 

CURRENT AFFAIR EXTRA 

(H) MOVIE **to "Joshua 
Then and Now" (1985, Drama) 
(Part 2 of 2) James Woods, Alan 
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CD BASEBALL Les Expos de 
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a Pittsburgh. En provenance du 
Three Rivers Stadium. (En Di- 
rect) 

CD FASHION TELEVISION 
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MOVIE ** "Creator" (1985. 
Comedy) Peter O'Toole. Marie) 
Hemingway. Wtth the help of a 
free-spirited young woman, a 
brilliant but daft scientist tries to 
re-create his long-dead wife 
from cells he's preserved for 30 
years. 

ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT (In Stereo) g 

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GRAPHIC Beavers build and 
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plants and other wildlife. Host: 
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PBA BOWLING 

SKI NAUTIOUE Le Tour du 
monde. (R) 

8:15 

MOVIE ** "Honeymoon 
Academy" (1990) Robert Hays, 
Kim Cartrall A secret agent's 
efforts to keep her a.ter ego hid- 
den from her new husband 
backfire when the State Depart- 
ment forces her to carry out a 
mission while honeymooning in 
Madrid. (In Stereo) 'PG-13' g 

8:30 

CD BORDERTOWN An 
Indian brave misinterprets Mar- 
ie's kindness and proposes 
marriage. (R) (In Stereo) g 
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O CLUB D.G. Decouvrez le 
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SHAKA ZULU 

WIMBLEDON 1991 Finale 
(Femmes) (R) 

9:00 

O MOVIE **'/? "The Last 
Frontier" (1986, Drama) (Part 2 
of 2) Linda Evans, Jack Thomp- 
son. The ruthless Ed concen- 
trates on efforts to obtain 
Kate's ranch while Kate and 
Nick concentrate on their rom- 
ance. (In Stereo) g 

CD MOVIE ** "Mannequin' 
(1987) Andrew McCarthy, Kim 
Cartrall Voici les deboires 
etranges d'un jeune employe et 
du mannequin de bois qu il a 
concu. 

CD MOVIE ' 'The Canadians 
(1989, Documentary) (Part 1 of 
2) A portrait of Canada's div- 
erse land and people, based on 
the bestselling book by New 
York Times journalist Andrew 
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(9 AMEN Judge Frye eats up 
publicity while presiding over a 
trial involving the theft of a 
chicken recipe. (R) (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE *** "Le Shenl est 
en prison" (1974. Western) 
Cleavon Ltttte, Gene Wilder 
Des speculateurs s'emparent 
des proprietes d'un village ou 
devrait passer le chemin de fer. 

u YOUNG RIDERS Hickok s 
kindness brings good fortune 
to the riders when a grateful old 
prospector named Cyrus deeds 
half of his gold mine to them. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

LAWRENCE WELK SHOW 
"Movie Songwriters" Songs in- 
clude "Moon River" and the 
"Theme From the Pink 
Panther." Guest: Henry Man- 
cini. 

9:30 

(* DOWN HOME After Kate or- 
ganizes a Saturday night mixer, 
only Wade offers to be her date. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE *** "Le |oli coeur" 
(1983. Comedie) Francis Perrin, 
Cyrielle Claire. Un timide de 
mande a un copam de con- 
quer ir pour lui une |olie femme 
medecin dont il est epris. 

SPEEDWEEK 

10:00 

(H) GOLDEN GIRLS Blanche 
has some soul-searching to do 
when her brother Clayton an- 
nounces he's to be a bride. (R) 

g 

(i GOLDEN GIRLS Blanche 
has some soul-searching to do 
when her brother Clayton an- 
nounces he's to be a bride. (R) 
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NEWSg 

OZ) SILVER FOX Action- 
adventure pilot. James Cobum 
stars as a U.S. intelligence 
agent attempting to unravel a 
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Stereo) g 

FRED WARINQ'S U.S. CHO- 
RUS Some of America's most 
well-known and loved tunes are 
performed by 100 young peo- 
ple from 28 states. (In Stereo) 

MOVIE ** "Short Time" 

POWERBOAT RACING 

10:30 

(B) EMPTY NEST Carol 
urges Barbara to "ham it up" 
when applying for a promotion; 
LaVeme plays matchmaker. (R) 

g 

CD COURT METRAQE 
(9 EMPTY NEST Carol urges 
Barbara to "ham It up" when 
applying for a promotion; LaV- 
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Stereo) g 

BIZARRE 

11:00 



DOCTOR, DOCTOR Mike 
and Richard accidentally dis- 
cover that their father Is having 
an affair. (Postponed from an 
earlier date) (In Stereo) g 

KATE A ALLIE g 

CD MIAMI 

CD LE TELEJOURNAL g 

CD HOT SHOTS Amanda and 

Jason search for the missing 

founder of a war-games resort 

who is an old army friend of 

Jonathon s. (R) g 

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LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE **Vt "Report to the 
Commissioner" (1975, Drama) 
Michael Moriarty, Yaphet 
Kotto A rookie cop who mis- 
takenly kills a female under- 
cover narcotics agent becomes 
involved in a cover-up of the in- 
cident. 

(S) BAY CITY STORY Drama 
pilot. A hard-charging television 
reporter (William Russ) pursues 
the link between two apparently 
unrelated murders. (In Stereo) 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS Stan- 
ley Jordan shows off his unique 
two-handed guitar-tapping 
technique in "Stairway to 
Heaven," "Flying Home" and 
"All Blues." (In Stereo) 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL 

11:05 

MOVIE *'/* "La Temps du 
silence" (1986. Drame) Imanol 
Arias, Victoria Abril. Un jeune 
medecin, apres que son aide 
s'avere inutile a la fine d'un de 
ses amis, Ira se refugier dans 
un bordel 

11:20 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:30 

GOOD SPORTS Gayle and 
Bobby's romance appears 
doomed when a deranged Nick 
holds them hostage. (In Stereo) 

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SPORTS PLUS WEEKEND 
LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 
Les plus recentes nou velies de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse. (R) 

11:35 

CD MOVIE ** "Travelling 
avant (1987, Drame) Thierry 
Fremont, Ann-Gisel Glass. 
Dans le Paris d'apres-guerre, 
trois jeunes deviennent amis 
grace a leur passion du cinema. 

g 

11:50 

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CD CTV NEWS g 
MOVIE ** "Comment dra- 
guertous les mecs" (1984, Co- 
medie) Petromlie Moss, Jean- 
Marie Vaucim Une provinciate 
qui dabarque a Paris n'a qu une 
idee en tete; trouver un rnec a 
tout prix. 

NEW COUNTRY VIDEO Vi- 
deos by Dwight Yoakam, Kathy 
Mattea and the group Baillie & 
the Boys. (In Stereo) 
MOVIE ** "Hell s Angels 
on Wheels" 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

12:15 
O 11 NEWS 

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CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

12:30 

ARSENIO HALL Scheduled: 
actress AN MacGraw; singer 
Freddie Jackson; actress Sally 
Kirkland. (R) (In Stereo) g 
OD MOVIE * "Virus" (1982, 
Suspense) Glenn Ford, Chuck 
Connors. A deadly virus is sto- 
len from a military lab and un- 
leashed on the population, 
spreading a trail of death and 
destruction. 

CD MOVIE **fe "Police 
Federal*. LA." (1986. Drame) 
WHMarn Peterson, WiHem 
Dafoe Un agent des services 
secrets decide da venger la 
mort de son partenaire assas 
sine par un criminal brutal 
CD NEWSg 
9) SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE 
Host: Catherine O'Hara Musi- 
cal guest R.E.M. (R) (In Stereo) 
(H) MOVIE ** "Shock Troop" 

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6:30 

WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE 
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OB SMASH HITS Tommy Page 
is interviewed. 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyciette pres- 
tigteuse. (R) 

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CfD THIS IS THE LIFE 

MOVIE **to "Love Happy' 

SPEEDWEEK 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
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CD CARE BEARS 
fa DUE PROCESS 
d AMERICA'S BLACK 
PORUM Black filmmakers; 
Holyfleld-Foreman fight; Mack- 
owned fast food chain. (R) 

PSYCHOLOGY: THE STUDY 
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WATER SKIING 

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FOCUS ON SOCIETY Mar- 
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SI SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportits de la 
joumee. (R) 

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QD HOME AGAIN WITH SOB 
VILA Bob looks over the frame 
layout; the exterior walls are er- 
ected. (R) 

FOCUS ON SOCIETY Ex- 
pectations placed on educa- 
tion. 

MOVIE *** "Music Box" 

CYCLING 

SUPER FORME Une serie 
d emissions de danse aerc- 
bique. (R) 

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CO SESAME STREET 
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CD DENNIS THE MENACE 

ATLANTIC SCHOOL OF 
THEOLOGY 

QZ> CRIME STOPPERS 800 
Florida jewelry store heist; Ala- 
bama bank embezzler; death of 
Maine teen-ager. 

SESAME STREET Telly has 
an imaginary day at the beach 

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CD VISION MONDIALE 

CD TIC ET TAC, LES RANGERS 
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CD 09 WIMBLEDON TENNIS 
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(2) MOVIE *% "The Heavenly 
Kid" (1985. Fantasy) Lewis 
Smith. Jason Gednck Killed in 
a car crash, a man can't pass 
through heaven's pearly gates 
until he returns to Earth and 
helps a teen-ager gain some 
confidence. 

SESAME STREET Oscar 
sings a song about love (R) g 

TRANSWORLD SPORT 

WIMBLEDON 1991 Finale 
(Hommes). (En Direct) 

10:30 

QD DAY OF DISCOVERY 
CD IL ETAIT UNE FOIS 
...L'HOMME L'histoire de 
I'homme, des origines de la vie 
jusqu'a nos jours, g 

COUNTERPARTS 

10:45 

MOVIE **to "The Comedy 
of Terrors" 

11:00 

CO JERRY FALWELL 

CD LE MONDE A VENIR 
GO LE JOUR DU SEIGNEUR 
Masse csiebree en la paroisse 
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NEWCOMERS 

LONG AGO ft FAR AWAY 
"The Pied Piper of Hamelin" 
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CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 

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CD MA PETTTE POUUCHE 

SHINING TIME STATION 
Man and Tanya invite Mr Con- 
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party, g 

AUSTRALIAN RULES 
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AFTERNOON 

12:00 

TAKE 2 

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CD DU VOLUME / L'EGLISE / 
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CD VISIONS DU MONDE "L'E- 
popee da la Croix-Rouge' 
Dans la paix comme dans la 
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R2000: THE BETTER BUILT 
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Q2) JOSHUA'S CONFUSION An 
Amish boy struggles with the 
contrast between his and his 
schoolmates lifestyles. 

AMERICAN INTERESTS 

12:15 

MOVIE ** "Ernest Goes to 
Jar 

12:30 

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CD MOVIE *** "Mask 
(1 985, Drame) Cher, Eric Stota 
Rendu hideux par une maladie 
incurable, un adolescent fait 
face a ses problemes avec opti 
misme et determination. 

SI CANADIAN LITERATURE 
08 THIS WEEK WITH DAVID 
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SI EDITORS The bond be- 
tween Canada and the U.S., im- 
migration, the computer craze 
and defense. 

SPEEDWEEK 

1:00 

SI MOVIE ***'/? "The Quiet 
Man" (1952, Drama) John 
Wayne, Maureen O'Hara. After 
killing a man in the ring, a 
former prizefighter returns to 
his native Ireland where he fails 
to find the peace he seeks. 
SJ QD DREAMSEEKERS Pro- 
files of new Canadians who live 
in the Prairie provinces and 
B.C. Tonight: A rail foreman 
from Lebanon. Host: Ken 
Mitchell. (Part 1 of 5) 
CD LA SEMAINE VERTE Au 
programme: I'avenir du Beluga; 
le Jardin Rodin a Paris; I'his- 
toire des cereales 
SI WORLD VISION 
SJ MCLAUGHLIN GROUP 

SPORTSDESKg 

SJ SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

1:30 

SJ W HYMN SING 
Cffi SPOTLIGHT ON THE NEWS 
SJ AMERICA'S DEFENSE 
MONITOR 

SJ MOTORCYCLE RIDER 
SJ SUPER FORME Une serie 
d'emissions de danse aero- 
bique. 

1:45 
SJ MOVIE ** "Cookie' 

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SJ OD MILLER ON MOZART A 
behind-the-scenes look at the 
production of Mozart's opera 
"Cos! Fan Tutte," with produ- 
cer Jonathan Miller (R) 
CD DES JARDINS D'AUJOUR- 
D'HUI (R) 

CD SJ TERRY WINTER 
(9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Detroit Tigers at Boston 
Red Sox. From Fenway Park. 
(Live) 

SJ MOVIE "High Country" 
(1986, Drama) John Waters, 
Terry Serto. A former mountain 
cattleman is faced with painful 
memories from the past when 
he returns to the 10- year-old 
daughter and the lifestyle he 
abandoned. 
Cffl BUSINESS WORLD 
SJ MICHIGAN BUSINESS 
WEEKLY 

SJ MOTORCYCLE RACING 
SJ AUTOUR DU MONDE (R) 

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SJ QD WKRP IN CINCINNATI 
CD L'UNIVERS DES SPORTS 
Coupe du monde Equestre de 
BlainviUe. 

CD SJ MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Montreal Expos at Pitts- 
burgh Pirates. From Three Riv- 
ers Stadium. (Live) g 
CO MOVIE ** "Crazy Moon" 
(1986. Comedy-Drama) Kiefer 
Sutherland, Vanessa Vaughan. 
A wealthy, eccentric teen-ager 
from a troubled family finds 
friendship and romance with a 
young deaf woman. 

SJ METRO INDUSTRY JOUR- 
NAL A focus on innovative 
manufacturing methods and 
the cutting edge of business 
technology. 

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SJ QD NEW KIDS ON THE 
BLOCK AT DISNEY/MOM STU- 
DIOS: WILDEST DREAMS In 
music video style, the New Kids 
on the Block act out their per- 
sonal fantasies. 

CD MOVIE ** "Reves etect- 
riques" (1984, Comedte) Lenny 
Von Dohten, Virginia Madsen. 
Un homme et son ordinateur 
tombent en amour avec une 
voisine. mais pour trtompher. 
I ordinateur deregle complete- 
ment la vie de son maitre 

PAUSE MUSIC ALE 

SJ ADAM SMITH'S MONEY 
WORLD 

SJ SENIOR PGA GOLF 
SJ GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. Ronde finale, en prove- 
nance de King's Island, Ohio. 
(En Direct) 

3:04 

SJ MOVIE *** "Cattle Queen 
of Montana" (1954. Western) 
Barbara Stanwyck, Ronald Re- 
agan. Wrrh the help of an 



Indian, a woman tries to protect 
her property from a ruthless 
land-grabber. 

3:15 
SJ RAY BRADBURY TRILOGY 

3:30 

SJ CARREFOUR ENAP 
SJ TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL 

4.-00 

SJ H) AUTO RACING FIA For- 
mula One - French Grand Prix. 
From Magny Cours, France. 
(Same-day Tape) 
SJ BEST SELLERS 
SJ LECTURE DU NOUVEAU 
TESTAMENT 

SJ WALK THROUGH THE 20TH 
CENTURY WITH BILL MOY- 
ERS Conversations with an- 
nouncers, cameramen and 
composers who worked on the 
1 0- minute ne wsreels that were 
shown before a feature film, g 

4:30 

SJ TO BE ANNOUNCED 
(D AUTOSPORT Grand Prix de 
Formule I en provenance de 
France. 

(9 GOLF Celebrity Champion- 
ship. (Joined in Progress) Final 
round coverage from Edge- 
wood Tahoe Golf Course in 
Lake Tahoe, Nev. (Live) 
SJ CHALLENGE 
3D MOVIE ** "Condor" (1986, 
Science Fiction) Ray Wise, 
Wendy Kilboume. A peackeep- 
ing agent and a female android 
are teamed to track a criminal 
whose ability to tap into police 
computers is raising havoc in 
21st century Los Angeles. 
SJ MOVIE **% "My Blue 
Heaven" 

Ml 

SJ PGA GOLF Western Open 
Final round, from Cog Hill 
Country Club in Lemont, III. 
(Live)g 

SJ CD AVIS DE RECHERCHE 
Invitee: Isabelle Aubray. 
B SPORT FISHING 
SJ CREER SON PAYS AGE 
SJ QUALITY REVOLUTION 
Profiles American companies 
whose focus on quality has 
made them industry leaders. In- 
terviewees include Tom Peters. 

POWERBOAT RACING 
SJ LUTTE CADET Champion 
nat mondiaux de hitte olynv 
pique en provenance du centre 
de toisir CREPS a Al ia. Que- 
bec. 

5:30 

SJ QD HORSE RACING 
Queen's Plate. From Woodbine 
Race Track in Etobicoke, Ont. 
(Uve) 

CD SJ CANADA IN VIEW 
SJ LES PIERRAFEU 

CONNECTING 

SJ VOYAGE EN NUNAVIK "La 
Grand Nord" Au programme: 
lea paysages et la faune du 
Nouveau-Quebsc. (R) (Partie 6 
de 6) 
SJ MAJOR LEAGUE BASE 



SJ LE BASEBALL Las Blue 
Jays da Toronto affrontent les 
Mariners a Seattle. (En Direct) 

EVENING 

Ml 

CD SECOND REGARD "De >"- 
lage en village: Bytown (Ot- 
tawa)" 

CDSJNEWSg 
SJ SPORTS PLUS MAGAZINE 
SJ TRAVEL MAGAZINE 
SJ IMAGES DC L'ABBE 
PROULX Au progrmarrw: La 
bar du St-Laurent; le Hn au Can- 
ada; las altos de la peninsula. 

(R) 

OR CYCLING Tour de France. 

fTapd) 

SJ ON THE WATERWAYS The 

Driftwood explores the Mid- 

Atiantte coast, which stretches 

from Newport, R.I. to Caps 

May. N.J. (In Stereo) 

6:15 

SJ MOVIE **% "Rude Awak- 
ening" (1989) Cheech Mann, 
Eric Roberta. Emerging from 20 
years of isolation, two culture- 
shocked hippies discover their 
old friends embracing the val- 
ues they once abhorred. (In 
Stereo) 'R' g 

Ml 

SJ CO FACTS OF LIFE 
(D SJ QUESTION PERIOD g 
SJ LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE TELEVISION 

MM 

(9 NEWS 

SJ CO FAMILY HOUR "Road to 
AvonlM" Sara, Felix, Cecily 
and Andrew are left under Fel- 
icity's care whNa Janet and Alec 
are awav. (R) a 



SJ CD LES NOUVELLES TVA g 
CD LES CHEMINS DE LA 
GUERRE Documentalre histo- 
rique sur la decenme qui a 
precede la Seconde Guerre 
mondiate 

CD SJ AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
HOME VIDEOS Billiard tricks 
without a cue; a forgetful strip- 
tease salesman. (R) (In Stereo) 

O SPECIAL DIMANCHE "Sur- 
prise sur prise" Avec Marcel 
Beliveau et sa brochette de vic- 
times (R) 
SJNEWSg 
SJ PASSE-PARTOUT 
SJ NEW EXPLORERS Surgeon 
Marlita Reynolds uses an 
ECMO machine to correct de- 
fects in newborns. (In Stereo) g 

7:30 

SJ CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 
SJ CD RIRA BIEN... Imitations, 
personnifications de toutes 
sortes et parodies de chan- 
sons. 

CD SJ AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
PEOPLE A new invention for 
waking sound sleepers; a wide- 
eyed 9-month-okJ Infant. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 
C9 NBC NEWS g 
OFF THE WALL 
SJ MOVIE * "Enlevement en 
TlutiurKstan" (1985, Desslns 
animes) Das animaux viennent 
en aide a une phnoasse enle- 
vee par des bandits. 
OJ) ABC NEWS g 
SJ WILD AMERICA The wildlife 
found within South Dakota's 
Badlands National Park. (In 
Stereo) g 

8:00 
SJ M MINUTES (R) (In Stereo) 

g 

SJ CO MOVIE ** "The Challen- 
gers" (1990, Drama) Qema 
Zamprogna, Eric Christmas. A 
bored 12-year-old poses as a 
boy to gain entry to "The Chal- 
lengers," an all-boys dub 
whose members love mountain 
bikes and rock music, g 
SJ CD LA VIE EN COULEUR 
Das participants realisent la 
fantaisie de tour vie. 
CD LE FESTIVAL MONDIAL DE 
FOLKLORE DE DRUMMOND- 
VILLE Las meilleurs moments 
de la 10e edition du Festival. 
CD SJ MURDER, SHE WROTE 
Insurance investigator Dennis 
Stanton becomes involved in a 
murder case while delving into 
the disappearance of a shy 
ventriloquist's dummy. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

(9 C. EVERETT KOOP, M.D. "A 
Time for Change" Dr. Koop 
makes a prognosis for the fu- 
ture of medicine and prescribes 
what Is needed to bring about 
better health care. (Postponed 
from an earner date) (In Stereo) 

O CAMERA 91 Reportages: 

une potion magique a la portee 
de tous; Se tordre de rira; le sa- 
laire d 1 un mendiant; la revanche 
d un chauffeur de taxi hattlen. 
SJ MOVIE *** "Skin Deep" 
(1989. Comedy-Drama) John 
Ritter, Vincent Gardenia. A Los 
Angelas novelist with a knack 
for womanizing and excessive 
drinking finds his critically ac- 
claimed life beginning to spiral. 
(I?) UFE GOES ON Corky learns 
a lesson when he resolves to 
compete in the Glen Brook 50K 
bicycle race. (R) (In Stereo) g 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A 

look at Tanzania's Serengeti 
National Park, featuring a Ma- 
sai "naming" ceremony and 
wildlife photographer Baron 
Hugo van Lawk* (In Stereo) g 
^B MOVIE * * "Worth Winning 
(1989) Mark Harmon. Made 
teine Stowe A handsome cad 
bites off more than he can chew 
when he bets his buddies that 
he can get three women to ac- 
cept Ma marriage proposal In 
three short months. (In Stereo) 
PG-13- g 

MS 

SJ SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

40 

SJ SUNDAY DINNER Kenneth 
finds his dream job when he's 
hired aa a fashion design exe- 
cutive. (In Stereo) g 
SJ CD MOVIE **Vk "Les Fa- 
iseurs de miracles" (1989, Co- 
me die) (Partte 1 de 2) Ellen 
Greene. James Whitmore. Les 
t*M*pectateurs genereux pour- 
raient oassar tours dons s'ils 
etaient au courant de la vie 
troubles de la chanteiiM mnk 



The Northern Light, 

engagee par le groups uvangel- 
iste de television. 
CD LES BEAUX DIMANCHES 
"Festival international de Jazz 
de Montreal 1991" Enregistree 
a la saHe Wilfrid Pelletier de la 
Place des Arts. Spectacle de 
doture avec le groups Uzeb 
CD SJ NATIONAL TICKER 
TEST Viewers are able to eval- 
uate their risk of heart disease 
by answering self-assessment 
questions and observing de- 
monstrations. (R) g 
C9 EXPOSE (In Stereo) g 
SJ MOVIE **V* Les 
Tranches" (1984, Comedie) 
Robert Carradine, Anthony Ed- 
wards. Un phenomena social 
fait des ravages a travers les 
colleges americains: le pouvoir 
aux Epais. 

SJ LE RETOUR O'ARSENE LU- 
PIN "La camarade Tatiana" Ar- 
sene Lupin cherche a s em 
parer d'une icone de Saint- 
George convoitee egalement 
par une belle fonctionnaire du 
gouvernement sovietique 
CO) AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
HOME VIDEOS Billiard tricks 
without a cue; a forgetful strip- 
tease salesman. (R) (In Stereo) 

SJ NATURE "The Nature of 
Australia: A Portrait of the Is- 
land Continent" The evolution 
of marsupials and other ani- 
mals hi Australia's Isolated lo- 
cation from the rest of the 
world. (In Stereo) (Part 1 of 6) g 
SJ MAJOR LEAGUE BASE 



SJ BASEBALL Las Cubs de 
Chicago centre les Cardinals a 
St-Louis. (En Direct) 

Ml 

SJ ALL IN THE FAMILY Archie 
tries to prevent a black family 
from moving into the neighbor- 
hood. (R) (In Stereo) g 
C9 REAL LIFE (In Stereo) g 
02) AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
PEOPLE A new invention for 
waking sound sleepers; a wide- 
eyed 9-month-old infant. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

10:00 

SJ MURDER, SHE WROTE In- 
surance investigator Dennis 
Stanton becomes involved in a 
murder case while dlvmg into 
the disappearance of a shy 
ventriloquist's dummy. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 
SJ (H> CSC NEWS g 

CD SJ MOVIE ' 'The Canadians' 
(1989. Documentary) (Part 2 of 
2) The relationship between 
Canada and the United States 
is explored In the conclusion of 
Andrew Malcolm's Canadian 
portrait, g 

C9 NOBLE HOUSE The head of 
a powerful Hong Kong trading 
house turns to a corporate 
raider for financial help, una- 
ware that the latter plots a tak- 
eover with the help of the trad- 
ing house's business rival. (R) 
(In Stereo) (Part 1 of 4) g 
SJNEWSg 

SJ MOVIE ** "L'Espton des 
Balkans" (1984. Comedie) Dan- 
Ik) Bata Stojkovic, Mira Banjac 
S imaginant qu un voisin est un 
espion dangereux, un ancien 
militant se met a surveilter ses 
Baas et venues g 
(S) MOVIE ** The Town 
Butty" (1988. Drama) Bruce 
Boxleitner, Pat Hingle A county 
prosecutor incurs the wrath of 
local residents when he tries to 
bring the killer of a violent ex- 
con to justice. (In Stereo) g 
SJ CARACOL: THE LOST 
MAYA CITY Archaeologists 
study the remains of a ruined 
crty of palaces and temples, 
buried for over one thousand 
years In the jungles of Central 
America. 

SJ MOVIE +* "Ernest Goes to 
JaH" 

10:28 

SJ "' VENTURE Scheduled: 
the Irving famiry business dy- 
nasty; Thatcherism's last 
stand. (R) 

10:30 

CD LES BEAUX DIMANCHES 
"La Fabuteuse histoire d'un 
royaume ' Comedie musicale 
unique en son genre en Ame- 
rique du Nord reunissant 200 
comediens. 
BIZARRE 

11:00 

SJ TRIALS OF ROSIE O'NEILL 
Rosie is unable to convince a 
client that her Interest In him is 
merely professional. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 
SJOTNEWS 



Wed., July 3, 19919 

SJ CD LA SANTE DU MONDE 
Sujet: le cancer: le grand es 
poir. 

CD LE TELE JOURNAL g 
SJ LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
SJ RAY BRADBURY THEATER 
An ok) man's memories pose a 
threat to the tyrannical State. 
SJ MASTERPIECE THEATRE 
"I. Claudius" Tiberius becomes 
emperor; LJvia learns the truth 
about the murder of Germani- 
cus; Agrippina worries about 
her sons. (R) (Part 5 of 12)g 

11:15 

O 0$ MOVIE ** "Rush It 
(1979, Drama) Judy Kahan, 
Tom Berenger A young woman 
in her first real romance discov- 
ers that her boyfriend is more 
interested in art than in her. 

11:20 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:30 

SJ SPORTS PLUS WEEKEND 
SJ MOVIE TELEVISION 
SJ MOVIE **Vt "Lock Up" 

11:40 

CD MOVIE ** "Manon des 
sources" (1952. Comedie) 
(Partie 1 de 2) Jacqueline Bou- 
vier, Raymond Pellegnn (Non- 
et bianc) Histoire d'une jeune 
provencale tenue en marge de 
la vie de son village, par la me 
chancete et rincomprehension 
de toute une population. 
SJ LA TRENTAINE 

IfcOO 

(9 (SINEWS 

SJ CD LES NOUVELLES TVA g 
CDSJCTVNEWSg 
SJ MOVIE *** "Mon enfant. 
mon amour" (1982, Drame) Va- 
nessa Redgrave, Joseph Cam 
panelia A cause de son age. 
une femme enceinte doit envis- 
ager un dHemme angoissant: 
subir un avortement. 
SJ MOVIE **Vr "Scorpio 
(1973, Drama) Burt Lancaster, 
Paul Scofieid An agent is 
marked for execution by Scor- 
pio, a fellow agent. 
SJ DIFFERENT DRUMMER 

SPORTSOESKg 

SJ SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

1230 

SJ CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

1230 

NIGHT COURT 

SJ CD VISION MONDIALE 

CDSJNEWSg 

(9 SPORTS FINAL 

(ffl SPORTS UPDATE 

SJ WILD AMERICA The wildlife 

found within South Dakota's 

Badlands National Park. (R) (In 

Stereo) g 

CYCLING 

TOUR DE FRANCE Same- 
day report from France on this 
prestigious cycling event. 

1:00 

NEWHARTg 

CD MAGNUM, P.L 
m ROOQIN'S HEROES Foo- 
tage from 1950s home movies; 
Ling Ling the giant panda; din- 
ing in a hot air balloon. (R) 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A 
look at Tanzania's Serengeti 
National Park, featuring a Ma- 
sai "naming" ceremony and 
wildlife photographer Baron 
Hugo van Lawick. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

TRANSWORLD SPORT 

DEFI MINI PUTT (R) 

UN 

(9 MAGNUM, P.I. 
1:15 

CO WHEN YOU'RE READY 
TO QUIT 

1:30 

JESSE JACKSON 

QJ) SISKEL A EBERT The films 
of Arnold Schwarzenegger. 

MOVIE ** "Angel Town" 

Ml 

S.O.8. MEDECINS 

OB MEMORIES.- THEN AND 
NOW The 1980 U.S. Olympic 
hockey team; men and women 
who have ventured Into space 
(R) 

NATURE "The Nature of 
Australia: A Portrait of the Is- 
land Continent" The evolution 
of marsupials and other ani- 
mals in Australia's isolated lo- 
cation from the rest of the 
world. (R) (In Stereo) (Part 1 of 
8)g 

AUSTRALIAN RULES 
FOOTBALL 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 

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JULYS, 1991 
DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

Ml 

"Ernest Goes to Jail" 

7:00 

"Tomb of Ltgeia 

Ml 

"Zou Zou" 

MeM 

Clj *** "Rendez-vous a 
Hong Kong" (1955. Aventure) 
Clark Gabto. Susan Hayward. 
Une beNe amertcaine est a la re- 
cherche de son epoux, un jour- 
naiiste disparu en Chine au 
cours d'un reportage. 

10:15 

"Rosalie Goes Shopping" 

AFTERNOON 

12HW 

"The Bridge of San Luis 
Rey" 

1:30 

"Railroaded" 

2:30 

CD **V "La Disparue de 
Las Vegas" (1965. Drama) Ni- 
cholas Surovy, Manlu Henner 
Un poNctor de Wichita ae rend a 
Las Vegas pour retrouver sa 
soeur disparue sans laisser de 
traces. 

3:00 

"Abbott and CosteNo Meet 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 

3:15 

(D *** "Riviere sans retour" 
(1954) Robert MMchum. Marilyn 
Monroe. Un fermier courageux 
entraine une jeune femme dans 
une course foNe sur un radeau 
de fortune a travers les raptdes 
d'une riviere, g 

MI 

"The Haunted Palace 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MORNING 



MONSTER TRUCK CHAL- 
LENGE 

CHASSE ET PECHE PLUS 

(R) 

7:00 

CYCLING 

LES OANLLE8 Du saton 

Champion de Greenfield Park. 
(R) 

MI 

SPORTSOESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaMe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

Mi 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 

Mi 

EQUESTRIAN 

LE BASEBALL Les Blue 
Jays de Toronto affrontent les 
Mariners a Seattle. (R) 

1(hOO 

SENIOR PGA GOLF 

AFTERNOON 

12*0 

UP CLOSE 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
hamais a ('hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets. (R) 

12*30 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 



cette course de btcyctette pres- 
tigieuse (R) 

Mi 
SPORTSOESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detailie 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

1:30 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE 



Mi 

BASEBALL Les Cubs de 
Chicago centre les Cardinals a 
St-Louis (R) 

4:30 

WORLD OF HORSE RAC- 
ING 

5.-00 

KIDS 

GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. Ronde finale, en prove- 
nance de King's Island. Ohio. 

(R) 

5:30 

WORLD CUP SURFING 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



MORNING 

9-00 

YOUR CHOICE... OUR 
CHANCE 

AFTERNOON 

Mi 

PORTERHOUSE BLUE The 
students and staff of Porter- 
house, one of Bntian s worst 
colleges, fight the changes the 
new Master has implemented 
(Part 1 of 2) 

EVENING 

Mi 

NEWHARTg 

(B) CBC NEWS 

CD LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
1901 Les plus recentes nou- 
velles de cette course de btey- 
dette prestigieuM. 
CDCESOM 

CD NEWSg 
9 OB NEWS 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 



MAYA L'ABENJLE 

BUSINESS AND THE LAW A 

look at America's legal system. 

HITCHHIKER 

WWF WRESTLING 

Ml 

CDBCHEERSg 

CD SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Animateur Martin Orainvilte 

CD LE GRAND FRERE 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

WHEEL OP FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

BOOKMARK Tom Wicker 
("One of Us: Richard Nixon and 
the American Dream") and 
Molly Ivms. g 

MOVIE **% Ghostbusters 
II" (1989) BID Murray. Dan Ayk- 
royd The boys regroup after a 
long-dead Carpathian warlock 
selects an Infant through which 
ha can return to Earth and ring 
in a new age of evil (In Stereo) 
PG'g 

Mi 

3> 32 NEWS 

(B) DEQRASSI JUNIOR 
HIGH A teacher who made im- 
proper advances to Lucy re- 
turns as a substitute. (R) g 

(D LES NOUVELLES 
X) NIGHT COURT g 

LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 
Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyra 
Sarrazin. (R) 



CBS 


3 
PROMO 
VISION 


4 

CHSJ 


1 

TVA 


6 
LOCAL 
INFO 


7 
* LOCAL 
BN 


8 
ATV 


9 

TQS 


10 

NBC 


11 

ASN 


12 
LOCAL 
BliLLKTJN 


13 

RADIO 
CANADA 


14 

House of 
Commoni 


15 
RADIO 
QUEBEC 


16 
TVS 


17 
ABC 


18 
METEO 
MEDIA 


19 

CANAL 
FAMILLF. 


20 
PBS 


21 

TSN 


22 
MUCH 
MUSIC 


23 
CNN 
NEWS 


24 
A&E 


25 
FIRST 
CHOICE 


26 
SUPER 
fcCRAN 


27 

TNN 

Nashville 


28 
FAMILY 

CHANNEL 


29 
RDS 


30 
MLSIQUE 
PLUS 


31 

Chimb del 
Communes 


32 

CBC 

NcwtW 


33 

CBC 

Montreal 


34 


35 


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37' 



NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT Cannelle 
et Pruneau vont a la gardens, 
non sans hesitation 

MACNEIL/LEHRER 
NEWSHOURg 

CYCLING 

CHASSE ET PECHE PLUS 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 

OJ) MAX QUCK Max and 
Rabbi Teiteiman learn there's 
more than one way to live out 
your dreams. (R) g 

CD CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
jeu-questionnaire ou les mots 
pourront vatoir jusqu'a 
$100.000. 

CD LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 
juge a la retralte entend des 
causes reitees a la vie quoti- 
dienne. g 

I MURPHY BROWN In an 
attempt at togetherness. Corky 
and Will host their first dinner 
party. (R) (In Stereo) g 
(9 NBC NEWSg 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire (R) 

JEOPARDY! g 



SPORTSOESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detailie 
des evenements sportifs de la 
ioumee. (En Direct) 

Ml 

HARD COPY 

FRESH PRINCE OF BEL 
AIR Win assumes the role of 
peacemaker when Philip s rural 
parents visit. (R) g 

CD FAIS-MOI UN DESSIN 
ENTOURNEE 

X L'AVOCAT OU D I ABL E 
CD EQUAL JUSTICE Peter 
Bauer Is horrified by a client's 
detailed confession of a brutal 
murder; a new woman enters 
Mike James' life. (R) (In Stereo) 



WHEEL OP FORTUNE g 

DOSSIERS MYSTERES 

Apres avoir fraude son emptoy- 
eur, Meianie Temperton, Jeune 
fill* de Mascouche. disparait la 
21 septembre 1968 avec une 
liasse de Meets de benque et 
environ $800 de cocaine achete 
a credit. (R) 

MOVIE** "Till Death Do Us 
Part" (1983. Mystery) James 
Keach, Claude Jutra. A wealthy 
man's extramarital affair In- 
duces his jealous wife to plot 



LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 

(D ABC NEWSg 

NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE 



BASEBALL SHOW BLUE 
JAYS EDITION 

LUTTE CADET Champton- 
ntt mondiaux de lutte orym- 
ptque en provenance du centre 
de loisir CREPS a Alma, Que- 
bec. (R) 

Ml 

CURRENT AFFAIR g 

(B) DEGRASSI HIGH Tim s 
good-night kiss awakens bed 
memories for Uz; Joey Is not 
happy wtth his houseguest. (R) 

(D UN MOMME AU FOYER 
Jerome se demande comment 
emprunter quand on est sans 
travail. (R) 

CD DES JARDINS D'AUJOUR- 
D'HUI 

(B JEOPARDY! g 
GB) ENTERTAINMENT TO 
NIGHT Actor Harrison Ford 
provides a sneak peak at his la- 
test role In "Regarding Henry." 
(In Stereo) g 

DETROIT BLAC K JOURNAL 

MOVIE ** "Revenge of the 
Radioactive Reporter" (1989) 
David Scammell, Kathryn 
Boese. A journalist's investiga- 
tion of a nuclear power plant 
leads to a mind-bending dip in a 
cauldron of radioactive waste. 
NR 1 

PRO BASEBALL ARM 
WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP 

WIMBLEDON 1991 Finale 
(Hommes). (R) 

Mi 

MAJOR DAD The special gift 



Casey wants for Christmas is 
sent to charity. (R) (In Stereo) g 

(ffi TALKIN* ABOUT AIDS A 
focus on teen-agers, sex edu- 
cation and AIDS prevention. 
With Pat Mastroianni. (R) g 

CD MOVIE **to "Les Fa 
iseurs de miracles" (1989, Co 
me 1 die) (Partte 2 de 2) Ellen 
Greene, James Whitmore Les 
telespectateurs genereux pour- 
raient cesser tours dons s'ils 
etaient au courant de la vie 
troublee de la chanteuse rock 
engagee par le groupe evangel- 
ists de television. 

CD MOVIE ** L'lte (1987. Av- 
enture) (Partie 4 de 7) Serge 
Dupire, Bruno Cremer. En 
Oceania, a la fin du XVHle sie- 
de, un lieutenant a bord du 
Blossom tue son chef dont la 
cruaute avail force ('equipage a 
se mutiner. 

QD UNSOLVED MYSTERIES 
Scheduled: voodoo involved in 
five St. Croix deaths; woman's 
search for her sittings; man's 
search for son thought kid- 
napped by his wife. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

(B FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR Will assumes the role of 
peacemaker when Philip's rural 
parents visit. (R) (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE Le Gang des freres 
James" (1980, Western) David. 
Keith et Robert Carradine, 
James et Stacy Keach. Au Mis- 
souri, des freres ptltont 
banques et trains. La popula- 
tion locale les trite en heros et 
n'eJde guere la police. 

OMNI SCIENCE "Le Sang" 
Sujets: La composition du sang 
et son role dens I'orgenisme; 
Le precede de transfusion san- 
guine; Dee maladies du sang. 
OB MACOYVER MacGyver 
helps an archaeologist and his 
assistant outsmart a gang at- 
tempting to raid Alexander the 
Great's tost tomb. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

ADVENTURE Anglers John 
Bailey and Paul Boots fish for 
mahseer In the Himalayas, trav- 
eling from Kashmir to India s 
upper Ganges River. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL'S ALL-STAR SALUTE 

Mi 

FAMILY MAN Jack loses 
control of the kids when his 
mother comes for a visit. (In 
Stereo) g 

(B DESIGNING WOMEN An- 
thony and the ladtes spy on Ju- 
lia when she begins acting mys- 
teriously (R) g 

(B BLOSSOM (R) (In Stereo) g 

LA ROUTE DCS VACANCES 

1040 

MURPHY BROWN m an 
attempt at togetherness. Corky 
and WW host their first dinner 
perty.(R) (In Stereo) g 

05 NATIONAL g 

CD LES PRANCOPOUES DE 
MONTREAL Invite: Patrick 
Bruei. 

CD MOVIE ***w "Field of 
Dreams" (1989. Fantasy) Kevin 
Costner. Amy Madtgan Des- 
pite the consternation of his 
friends and family, an Iowa 
farmer obeys a spiritual request 
to build a ballpark In the middle 
of his cornfield, g 
NOBLE HOUSE Gornt engi- 
neers a disastrous drop for 
Dunross' company on the Hong 
Kong stock exchange: Dun- 
ross, Gornt, Casey and Barttett 
escape a fiery death; Four Fin- 
ger Wu finds the precious half- 
coin. (R) (In Stereo) (Part 2 of 4) 

NEWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUD 

(17) MOVIE **V4 "Evil in Clear 
River" (1988. Drama) Lindsay 
Wagner, Randy Quald. A small- 
town housewife embarks on a 
one-woman crusade to expose 
a popular high-school teacher's 
blatantly anti-Semitic philoso- 
phies. (In Stereo) g 

AMERICAN MASTERS 
Miracle on 44th Street: A Por- 



trait of the Actors Studio" Paul 
Newman hosts a profile of Lee 
Strasberg s acting school and 
its alumnus, g 

MOVIE *+* "Rosalie Goes 
Shopping" 

10:22 

3D JOURNAL 

10:30 

DESIGNING WOMEN An- 
thony and the ladies spy on Ju- 
lia when she begins acting mys- 
teriously. (R) (In Stereo) g 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

EXHIBITION BASEBALL 

11:00 

NORTHERN EXPOSURE 
Moiling leaves an expectant 
Shelly waiting at the altar; Joel 
convinces some Japanese 
investors to buy his way out of 
Cicely. (R) (In Stereo) g 

3D NEWS 

(D DANS LE DECOR 
CO LE TELEJOURNAL g 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

NEW MUSIC MAGAZINE 

MOVIE *** "Piano forte 
(1984. Drama) Guilte Boschi, 
Francois Slener. Une jeune 
femme et son amant journaliste 
tentent de se Hberer de i em- 
prise de la drogue, g 

SENTIMENTAL WOMEN 
NEED NOT APPLY "A History 
of the American Nurse" Traces 
the evolution of nursing in 
America, from the Civil War 
through Vietnam, g 

11:20 
(DUE POINT 

11:30 

CQ) NEWHARTg 

SPORTS PLUS 

HALLS OP FAME 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicydette pres- 



CD LES NOUVELLES TVA/ 
METEO g 

(D L'HEURE G 

LE SOUFFLE DE LA 
GUERRE Les probiemes d'un 
officer amencain et de sa fam- 
iiie au debut de .la Seconde 
Guerre mondiate (Partie 2 de 9) 

MOVIE **Vi "Lady Liberty" 
(1972. Comedy) Sophia Loren. 
William Devane. An Italian 
woman's wedding plans be- 
come a shambles when cus- 
toms inspectors refuse to allow 
her into the country with a mor- 
tadella sausage 

SHELLEY 

SPORTSOESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detailie 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

12:15 

CD CTV NEWS g 
1230 

NIGHT COURT 

(B) MOVIE *Vi Cottege 
Swing' (1938, Musical) Bob 
Hope. George Bums. Gracie at- 
tempts to get through grade 
school after 20 years. 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

O TONIGHT SHOW (R) (In 

Stereo) 

NIQHTLtNE g 

QUALITY REVOLUTION 
Profiles American companies 
whose focus on quality has 
made them Industry leaders. In- 
terviewees Include Tom Peters. 

UP CLOSE 

STOCK-CAR A ST- 
EUSTACHE (R) 

12:46 

CD DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 
alite et la vie de couple. (R) 



ARSENIC HALL Scheduled: 
singing group the Fifth Dimen- 
sion. (In Stereo) g 

CD JUSTICE POUR TOUS 
(9 JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE (In Stereo) 

DETROIT BLACK JOURNAL 

(R) 

SPRUCE MEADOWS TO- 
DAY 



11:46 
CD METEO 

MOVIE *** "The Jose- 
phine Baker Story" 



CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

tMJ 

CD LA OUOTIDIENNE/ 
BANCO 

1240 

(BOD NEWS 

(H) KATE * ALLIE g 



BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 

1:00 

CHEERS g 

CD RENCONTRES Entrevue 
avec GabrieHe Chevassus, 
membre de I'Academie fran- 
caise, enregistree en 1986. 
(BMATLOCKg 

CYCLING 

KARTING Coupe du Que- 
bec, (R) 

1:15 

CD MAGNUM, P.I. 
1:30 



a NEWS 

LA FEMME BK5NIOUE 
(SI PERSONALITIES 

ADVENTURE Anglers John 
Bailey and Paul Boote fish for 
mahseer in the Himalayas, trav- 
eling from Kashmir to India's 
upper Ganges River. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

MOVIE ** "The Premature 
Burial" 

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
WRESTLING POWER HOUR 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
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Mi 

PLATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
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MI 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 

OB ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Actor Harrison Ford 
provides a sneak peak at his la- 
test role in "Regarding Henry." 
(In Stereo) g 

VOLLEYBALL Grand Prix 
Budwetser du Quebec. (R) 

3.-00 

NEWS(R) 

m INTO THE NIGHT STAR- 
RING RICK DEES (In Stereo) 

AMERICAN MASTERS 
Miracle on 44th Street: A Por- 

trait of the Actors Studio" Paul 
Newman hosts a profile of Lee 
Strasberg s acting school and 
its alumnus, g 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detailie 
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JULY 9, 1901 
DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

Mi 

"Rosalie Goes Shopping" 

6:45 

"Landscape in the Mist" 

960 

"Repeat Performance" 

10:00 

OB ** "Made in Paris" 
(1965, Comedie) Louis Jour- 
dan, Ann-Margret. Une em- 
ployee remplace au pied leve 
sa patronne pour aller a Paris 
acheter de nouveaux modeles 
de robes. 

10:45 

"Snort Change" 

AFTERNOON 

12:30 

"House of Usher 

2:30 

GD **V4 "Quelque part dans 
le temps" (1980, Drama) Chris- 
topher Reeve, Jane Seymour. 
Un jeune dramaturge traverse 
la barnere du temps a fin de ren- 
contrer une actrice du debut du 
MOlt, 

3:00 

"Under the Glacier 

3:15 

CD ** "Us sont grands ces pe- 
tits" (1978. Comedie) Catherine 
Deneuve. Claude Brasseur 
Deux jeunes gens surdoues 
my stifient le monde des affaires 
grace a tours connaissances en 
electron kjue. rg 

4:45 

"War Gods of the Deep 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MORNING 
&30 

EXHIBITION BASEBALL 

DEFI MINI PUTT (R) 

Ml 

HALLS OF FAME 

Sat LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 

Les plus recentes nouveHes de 
cette course de bicyctotte pres- 
tigieuse (R) 

7:00 
CYC LING 

LE MONDE DES COURSES 
Revue des dormers evene- 
ments sportifs des courses a 
cheval a travers I'Amerique du 
Nord. (R) 

7:30 

GOLF PLUS Conseils pra- 
tiques, equipement et activites 
touristiques et culturelles (R) 

Ml 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
lournee (R) 

8:30 
m PRO BASEBALL ARM 



WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP 

Ml 

PBA BOWLING 

9 20 

THIS IS VOLLEYBALL 

Ml 

AUTOUR DU MONDE (R) 

10-JO 

BASEBALL SHOW - BLUE 
JAYS EDITION 

GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. Ronde finale, en prove- 
nance de King's Island, Ohio. 
(R) 

11:00 

SNOOKER 

AFTERNOON 

12:00 

UP CLOSE 

12:30 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 

Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse (R) 

Ml 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

1:30 

EXHIBITION BASEBALL 

Ml 

CHASSE ET PECHE PLUS 

(R) 

2:30 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL'S ALL-STAR SALUTE 

WIMBLEDON 1991 Finale 
(Hommes) (R) 

4:00 

BASEBALL SHOW - BLUE 
JAYS EDITION 

4:30 

POWERBOAT RACING 

5:30 

TRANSWORLD SPORT 

VOLLEYBALL Grand Prix 
Budweiser du Quebec. (R) 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



AFTERNOON 

Ml 

PORTERHOUSE BLUE The 

students and staff of Porter- 
house, one of Bntian s worst 
colleges, fight the changes the 
new Master has implemented. 
(Part 2 of 2) 

CARLY IN CONCERT: MY 
ROMANCE 

EVENING 

MB 

NEWHARTg 

OS CBC NEWS 

(X LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
1991 Les plus recentes nou- 
velles de cette course de bicy- 
clette prestigieuse 

(DCESCHR 



MAYA L' ABEILLE 

OUR FAMILIES, OUR TIMES 

SPORTS A VENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fora 
decouvhr les activites de plain 
air et connaitre les equipe- 
ments et techniques neces- 
saires pour les pratiquer. (R) 

6:15 

MOVIE ** "Riding the 
Edge' (1969) Raphael Sbarge, 
Catherine Mary Stewart. A 
teen-age motocross enthusiast 
finds unexpected help when he 
sets out to rescue his father 
from terrorists In North Africa. 
(In Stereo) 'R' g 

MM 

CB CHEERS g 

CD SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Animateur: Martin DrainviMe. 
CD LE GRAND FRERE 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

GREAT LAKES WATCH ON 
WASHINGTON 

CYCLING 

FOOTBALL AUSTRALIEN 
Match de la Semaine. 

7:00 

09 NEWS 

OJ DEQRASSI JUNIOR 
HIGH Wheels and Spike worry 
about not graduating. (R) g 

CD LES NOUVELLES 

I WHO'S THE BOSS? Tony 
and Samantha compete for the 
same broadcaster position at 
the college (R) (In Stereo) g 

LA ROUE CHANCEU8E 
Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazln. (R) 

NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT 

MACNEIL/LEHRER 
NEW8HOUR g 

WATERSPORT WORLD 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 

CO RACCOONS Bentley 
Raccoon convinces his parents 
that he Is abto to care for his 
own puppy. (R) g 

OTJ CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
leu-questionnaire ou les mots 
pourront vatoir jusqu'a 
$100.000. 

CD LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 
juge a la retratte entend des 
causes reliees a la vie quoti- 
dienne g 

10 WITNESS TO SURVIVAL 
(9 NBC NEWSg 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

JEOPARDY! g 



09 08 NEWS 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

BIZARRE 



SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs da la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

Ml 

ELI A DENNY 

CO ADRIENNE CLARKSON 
PRESENTS Pat*) Frey dis- 
cusses the appeal of Wagner's 
music and his own decision to 
sell his trucking business and 
devote his time to singing. (R) g 

Z FAIS-MOt UN DESSIN 



EN TOURNEE 

CD L'AVOCAT DU DIABLE 

CD RESCUE 911 (In Stereo) 

g 

09 WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

AU NOM DE LA LOt 

MOVIE **Yfc "The Girl From 
Petrovka" (1974. Drama) Hal 
Hofbrook. Goldie Hawn. An 
American journalist on assign- 
ment in the Kremlin falls in love 
with a free-spirited Russian bal- 
lerina 

LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 

08 ABC NEWS g 

NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: The Money 
FHe. 

MOVIE ** "Shortchange 
(1989) Frank Peltogrino, 
George Toullatos. An Arab 
store detective's orderly bache- 
lor life turns chaotic when his 
devoutly religious uncle arrives 
for a visit. NR 

BASEBALL SHOW - EXPOS 
EDITION 

GOLF PLUS Conseils pra- 
tiques, equipement et activites 
touristiques et culturelles 

Ml 

CD COFFRE-FORT 

3D BOUFFEE DE SANTE Au 
programme: La voile dans la 
Bale Georgtonne; les cremes 
solaires; I'Aikrdo; Le rouli- 
roulant; to poto a veto. 

09 JEOPARDYI g 

CD ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Director Spike Lee and 
actor Wesley Snipes ("Jungle 
Fever") on interracial romance. 
(In Stereo) g 

GREAT LAKES OUTDOORS 

CANADIAN SPOHTFISHING 

DEFI MINI PUTT 

MI 

CD MAJOR LEAGUE 

BASEBALL All-Star Game. 
From SkyDome in Toronto. 
(Uve)g 

CO MARITIME OLDTIME 
FIDDLING CHAMPIONSHIP 

CD FORMULE 1 Au Grand 
Prix de Marseille, I'ancton 
champion Serge Peret prepare 
sa revanche sur les Sainciair 
(R) g 

CD MOVIE **% "L'Evade du 
futur" (1984, Science-fiction) 
Torn SeHeck, Cynthia Rhodes. 
Un sergent responsabto de la 
neutralisation des robots de- 
viants, est confronte avec des 
appareils programmes pour 
tuer. 

09 MATLOCK On his way to a 
luncheon where he is to be ho- 
nored as "Man of the Year," 
Ben and his housekeeper have 
car trouble, are robbed and 
then arrested. (R) (In Stereo) g 

BASEBALL Partie des 
etoiies du baseball majeur. En 
provenance du Skydome de 
Toronto. 

LE MEILLEUR DE SOI 23e 
finale des Jeux du Quebec, ete 
1987" 

08 WHO'S THE BOSS? Tony 
and Samantha compete for the 
same broadcaster position at 
the college. (R) (In Stereo) g 

NOVA Science writer Don 
Lessem reports on the unear- 
thing of a nearly complete Tyr- 
annosaurus rex skeleton in 
Montana and the mystique of 
dinosaurs. (R) (In Stereo) g 

9:30 

LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 
08 DAVIS RULES Dwight's fel- 
low teachers think he may be 
the perfect replacement for the 
departing principal. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

GOLF 

UQNEOUVERTE CHASSE 
ET PECHE Anime par ('expert 
de la chaaae et de la peche, 
monsieur Jean Page, en com- 
pagnw de monsieur Jean-Paul 
Chartrand Sr 

10-00 

OJ NATIONAL g 

CD LE MATCH DE LA VIE 
Theme: Au Feu. Au pro- 
gramme: quotidton des pom- 
piers; (utter centre un incendie 
majeur. lea grands brutes 

( NOBLE HOUSE Casey falls 
in love with Dunross; Barttott 
gets involved with Orianda; 
Dunross exhausts all possibili- 
ties to save Noble House; Four 
Finger Wu demands that Nobto 
House ships transport opium. 
(R) (In Stereo) (Part 3 of 4) g 

NEWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUD 

08 ROSEANNE Roseanne s 
"PMS day" and Dan's birthday 
are on a collision course. (R) (In 



Stereo) g 

NATIONAL AUDUBON SO- 
CIETY (Season Premiere) Sea- 
son six opens with an examina- 
tion of pollution's effects on 
America's coastal waters and 
or joing clean-up efforts. Host: 
Ted Danson (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE ** "An Innocent 
Man" 

10:22 

t , JOURNAL 

10:30 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

08 COACH Hayden is per- 
suaded to attend a self-help 
group after his breakup with 
Christine. (R) (In Stereo) g 

SPRUCE MEADOWS TO- 
DAY 

LES OUILLES Du salon 
Champion de Greenfield Park. 

11:00 

03) NEWS 

( DANS LE DECOR 
3D LE TELEJOURNAL g 

NEW MUSIC CONCERT 
Scheduled: Flock of Seagulls. 

MOVIE *** "Vtons et vois" 
(1985. Drame) Atoxel Krav- 
chenko. Olga Nironova En 
1943, les dures experiences de 
guerre d'un adolescent russe. 

08 CHINA BEACH In 1985. 
K.C.'s daughter Karen opens 
old wounds when she inter- 
views the men and women who 
knew her mother. (In Stereo) g 

P.O.V. Three films: "Sea of 
Oil"; "Chemical Valley ; "Turn 
Here Sweet Com", g 

EXPEDITION EARTH 

11:20 
) LE POINT 

11:30 

NEWHART g 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE 1991 



The Northern Light, 

1:25 

BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 

1:30 

AHSENIO HALL Scheduled: 
singing group Color Me Badd 
(In Stereo) g 

OTJ BIEN DANS SA PEAU (R) 
09 JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE 

TRACK AND FIELD 

AUTOUR DU MONDE (R) 

1:45 

MOVIE **V 3 "Die, Monster, 
Die!" 

2:00 
09 NEWS 

08 PERSONALITIES 

NOVA Science writer Don 
Lessem reports on the unear- 
thing of a nearly complete Tyr- 
annosaurus rex skeleton in 
Montana and the mystique of 
dinosaurs. (R) (In Stereo) g 

EQUESTRIAN 

2:05 

09 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN Scheduled: ac- 
tors Gary Busey, Kevin Pollak 
(In Stereo) 

2:30 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 

08 ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Director Spike Lee and 
actor Wesley Snipes (Jungle 
Fever") on interracial romance. 
(In Stereo) g 

SQUASH Championnats 
WPSA: Finale chez les femmes 
(R) 

3:00 

NEWS (R) 

08 INTO THE NIGHT STAR 



Wed., July 3, 199111 

RING RICK DEES (In Stereo) 

NATIONAL AUDUBON SO- 
CIETY (Season Premiere) Sea- 
son six opens with an 
examination of pollution's ef- 
fects on America's coastal wat- 
ers and ongoing clean-up ef- 
forts. Host Ted Danson. (In 
Stereo) g 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

3:05 

(m LATER WITH BOB COSTAS 
(In Stereo) 

3:15 

MOVIE *** "Bad Influ- 
ence " 

3:30 

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 

BASEBALL SHOW - EXPOS 
EDITION 

LA BOXE Edwin Rosario 
contra Loreto Garza. Cham- 
pionnat WBA poids mi-moyen 
junior. En provenance de Sa- 
cramento en California. (R) 

3:35 
INSTANT RECALL 

4:00 

08 CHALLENGERS 

P.O.V. Three films: "Sea of 
Oil"; "Chemical Valley , "Turn 
Here Sweet Com", g 

AUTO RACING 

4:05 
1$) NEWS (R) 

4:30 

BARNABY JONES 

09 IRONSIDE 
17 NEWS (R) 



SATURDAY 

Les plus recentes nouvelles de (Continued from p. 8) 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 



tigieuse. 

11:45 
GDMETEO 

11:50 

QD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:55 

CD LA OUOTIDIENNE 

12*0 

(B 02) NEWS 

0$ KATE * ALLJE g 

(D LES NOUVELLES TV A 
METEOg 

CD L'HEURE G 

OTJ CTV NEWS g 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE ** Scandalous 
(1984, Comedy) Robert Hays, 
John Gieigud After he meets a 
pair of con artists en route to 
London, a popular television re- 
porter finds himself accused of 
murder. 

MOVIE **Vt "Intimate 
Power" 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

12:30 

NIGHT COURT 

01) MOVIE ** "Internes 
Can't Take Money" (1937. 
Drama) Joel McCrea, Barbara 
Stanwyck. A doctor relies upon 
his medical expertise not only 
to save lives, but to aid a 
woman searching for her miss- 
ing child. 

OTJ LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

OTJVNEWSg 

09 TONIGHT SHOW Guest 

host Jay Leno. (In Stereo) 

SPORTS PLUS 
08 NIGHTLINE g 

UP CLOSE 

CHASSE ET PECHE PLUS 

(R) 

12:45 

OTJ DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 
alite et la vie de couple (R) 

1:00 

CHEERS g 

CD RENCONTRES Invite: Yves 
M. Congar. o.p. theotogien, en- 
registree en 1978. 
CD MAGNUM, P.I. 

MOVIE **V* "L'Homme de 
la Sierra" (1966, Western) Mar- 
lon Brando, Anjanette Comer. 
Un homme revtont dans son vil- 
lage natal pour etreprendre I'el- 
evage de chevaux. 

08 MATLOCK g 

ON THE WATERWAYS The 
Driftwood explores the Mid- 
Atlantic coast, which stretches 
from Newport, R.I. to Cape 
May, N.J. (R) (In Stereo) 

CYCLING 

LES COURSES A QUEBEC 
Les courses sous hamais a 
I hippodrome de Quebec. 



(1990, Adventure) Danny Aiello, 
Lyto Alzado. An Afghani free- 
dom fighter liberates an impri- 
soned Delta Force captain in 
exchange for his help in repell- 

Soviet troops. 
DOCTOR WHO 

LA LUTTE WC W 

1:00 

CD MOVIE ** "Where the 
Hell's That Gold?!)?" (1988. 
Western) Willie Nelson, Jack 
Elam. In 1870s Mexico, a Con- 
federate veteran and his sidek- 
ick are forced to run a tramioad 
of dynamite through hordes of 
bandits and Indian country on 
their way to retrieve some sto- 
len goW 

MEMORY POWER 

GOLF SENIOR Classique 
Kroger. En provenance de 
King's Island, Onto. (R) 

1:15 

POINTS DE VUE L'univers 
passionne d une femme d age 
mur et de ses deux enf ants de- 
venus adultes 

1:30 

BYRON ALLEN Scheduled: 
Milton Berto ("Milton Loves 
Lucy"); actress Pam Stone 
("Coach"); actor Jay Thomas 
("Married People"); singer Jef- 
frey Osborne (R) (In Stereo) 

1:45 

MOVIE *V "Run, Angel, 
Run" 

Ml 

OJ CANADIAN SMALL BUS- 
INESS 

CB CHEER FOR AMERICA 

SUPER SEXY D une serv 
suahte irresistible, cette emis- 
sion propose la mise a jour at 
I exposition de nos fantasmes 
sans pour autant choquer qui 
que ce sort 

Ml 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (R) (In Stereo) 

CD MOVIE **to "Without a 
Clue" (1968, Comedy) Michael 
Caine, Ben Klngstoy. This twist 
on "Sherlock Holmes poses 
the premise that Dr. Watson 
was the true deductive genius 
while Holmes was merely a 
two-bit actor hired as a front. 

SPEEDWEEK 

Ml 

CB SECRETS OF SUCCESS 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

3:30 

SOUL TRAIN Guy: Thelma 
Houston. (R) (In Stereo) 

C9 PAID PROGRAM 

MOVIE ** "Easy Wheels 

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12 The Northern Light, Wed, July 3. 1991 

Jim Kaat fondly recalls 
his own All-Star days 



Au revoir aux finissant(e)s de I'ESN 



BY LYNN HOOGENBOOM 

Vote early and often. 
That time-honored 
piece of advice may be a bit 
outmoded when it comes to 
municipal elections, but 
there's one election to which it 
still applies - the election by 




Jim Kaat 



baseball fans of the starters ol 
the All-Siar Game. 

We recently discovered 
however, that one knowledge 
able fan of the game, Jim Kaat 
who pitched in the major 
leagues for 25 years (1959-83; 
and still spends nearly every 
evening at the ballpark has 
yet to fill out a fan ballot. 

"I never have," says Kaat, 
who broadcasts for the Minne- 
sota Twins and is paired with 
Dick Stockton on one of CBS's 
major-league broadcast 
teams. "Maybe I should." 

Baseball's "62nd All-Star 
Game" airs Tuesday, July 9 
from Toronto's SkyDome. Tirr 
McCarver and Jack Buck will 
be calling the game. Kaat will 
be participating in the pro- 
game show and expects to be 
providing brief interviews 
with players during the game. 
Kaat declines to name the 
players he would vote for, ex- 
cept to cite Tony Gwynn of the 
San Diego Padres as an exam- 
ple of a deserving All-Star. 
Kaat also mentions that, if he 
were picking the American 
League team, Nolan Ryan 
who recently pitched a no-hit- 
ter at age 44, would be on it. 
Td put him in for an inning," 
he says. "That's what the game 
is all about." 

Kaat participated in three 
All-Star Games himself. His 
most memorable? 

"My first (in 1962)," he says. 
"I was 23, and I was on the 
team with guys like Yogi 
Berra people I grew up 
watching. And my last (in 
1975), because I was 36 and 
hadn't expected to be chosen." 
Kaat sees no significance in 
who wins the game. "It's an ex- 
hibition game," he says. "If you 
were playing to win, you'd 
leave the pitchers in longer." 

The fact that it isn't a play- 
to-win game is one of its 
charms. "Baseball gives you 
the opportunity to continue be- 
ing a kid," says Kaat "And you 
see that in the All-Star Game 
This is the game where you see 
the players smiling." 

One of the less welcome 
changes in the game in recent 
years is a growing hostility be- 



tween the fans and players, 
possibly caused by fan resent- 
ment of player salaries and in- 
tense media scrutiny of the 
players. Kaat has no objection 
to heckling, mind you, as long 
as it's done with some wit. 

"I used to have fun with the 
guys in the bleachers in Chica- 
go," he recalls. "I was about 
42, and they'd ask me if I was 
playing and collecting Social 
Security too. 



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White's Wharf argument heard 



City council will consider argu- 
ments against the proposed civic 
centre's Douglas Avenue site, but at 




George Astle 



least one councillor was skeptical. 

George (Buster) Astle addressed 
Monday's regular public meeting in 
hopes of pursuading council to re- 
think its decision to build the multi- 
million dollar civic centre on Dou- 
glas Avenue. 

It's an argument council has heard 
before, but Mr. Astle cited Canada 
Day traffic congestion as a prime 
example of the problems building on 
Douglas Avenue would incur. 

He also said he believes the project 
would have a negative environmental 
impact on the Bathurst basin. 

He feels the 1 3-acre area known as 
White's Wharf, located near the 
comer of Main and St. Andrew 
Streets, is a more appropriate site, 
and should have been given greater 
consideration from council. 

White's Wharf was the favored 
site in a 1988 study conducted by the 
Bathurst Arena Committee, which 
included city councillor Keith 
Loupelle. 



Mr. Loupelle has since explained 
the condition of the soil and the 
subsequent development costs have 
since led the committee to change its 
mind about Billy White's Wharf. The 
site is mostly Tilled with a combina- 
tion of gravel and wood. 

According to a 1990 site evalua- 
tion report, about $5.1 million of the 
property's $6.1 million price tag 
would go toward development; the 
cost of the Douglas Avenue site, 
including development, is about $2.4 
million. 

Mr. Astle disputed these figures, 
but councillor Ross Aube, who 
headed the site selection committee, 
stood by them. 

"If (the consultants) say it will cost 
$5 million to Till it, I believe them," 
he said in response to Mr. Astle's 
presentation. 

To Mr. Astle's suggestion that the 
White's Wharf property could be 
filled piece by piece on a gradual 
basis, Mr. Aube retorted, "The sight 



might be underwater if we don't fill it 
right away." 

When Mr. Astle compared antici- 
pated costs for both properties in 
square footoge, Mr. Aube told him if 
the cost per square foot were the most 
important consideration, "then we 
should have put it in Coronation 
Park." 

The city already owns the park, 
which was recommended as the best 
location in a Halifax consultants' 
report However, the site was re- 
jected, mainly due to a petition 
circulated by residents concerned 
about the loss of green space. 

Councillor Keith Loupelle, an ar- 
dent supporter of the need for a civic 
centre, was absent from Monday's 
meeting. Councillor Gordon Kenny 
also missed Mr. Astle's presentation, 
having declared a possible conflict of 
interest and left the room. 

Mr. Kenny owns a property on the 
Douglas Avenue site on which the 
centre is to be built 




Vol. 78. No. 28 



Jturtte ttt i 



BATHURST, NEW BRUNSWICK. WEDNESDAY. July 1O, 1991 




60* Tax Inc. 



Health follow-up and shutdown on tap 



Smelter workers who tested poorly 
in a series of medical examinations 
last year will undergo follow-up 
testing this fall. 

"I would think this would provide 
the Final answers in terms of (their) 
health," said Richard Faucher, vice- 
president of the Smelting Division of 



Brunswick Mining and Smelting 
Corp. Ltd. 

In a 1990 independent health in- 
vestigation by the Occupational 
Health and Safety Commission, 1 10 
workers were found to have unac- 
ceptable levels of metal in their 
blood. 




Christian Roy of Bcrcsford, displaying the gold medal won at the 
International Junior Wrestling Festival in Alma, Quebec last week. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

World champion 

A hero's welcome awaited Christian Roy Sunday, returning home after 
snaring a world junior wrestling championship in Alma, Quebec last week. 

The 17 year-old Beresford youth, ranked 29th in the world before the 
event, claimed the 54 kilogram Greco-style title by defeating Ken 
Spitnagle of New York, the world's second-ranked wrestler, in the 
International Junior Wrestling Festival. 

About 200 people waited anxiously near his home Sunday for his 
arrival, which was followed by an appearance at the town hall for the 
signing of the guest book, then off to a reception in Christian's honor at the 
Sportek. 

Christian, the son of Ligouri Roy, also finished seventh in the Freestyle 
portion of the event, while fellow Ecole Secondairc Nepisiguit Olympic 
Wrestling Club teammates Andre" Couture and Emery Roy also performed 
admirably. Couture earned a very respectable fourth place finish in Greco 
and sixth in Freestyle, while Roy fought his way to an eighth place finish in 
Greco. 

Christian fought three matches before facing the American in the final, 
one vhich, according to some people at the tournament, he should not even 
havs been in. But like a true champion, those comments weren't about to 
hamper his most spectacular performance to date. 

"I don't really follow (the rankings) at all, and I don't believe in odds," 
he told The Northern Light Monday, adding his confidence wasn't 
disrupted in the least by the negative comments of others. 

But then, winning is somewhat of a way of life for the Grade 12 ESN 
student, who lost only one match this year and finished first among all 
wrestlers in the New Brunswick Interscolastic Athletic Association's 
points race. He also finished second overall among high school- and 
university-level athletes combined. 

Christian, who won the event in only his first year of junior eligibility, 
credits his success to his coach, Michel Cote", who has also guided the 
school team to four straight NBIAA AAA wrestling titles. 

"He's really good; I don't think I'd want another coach. He's one of the 
best in Canada," Christian said. 

"He's a great motivator and a great friend." 

For his work, C6td was honored at the international event with a Medal 
of Appreciation, for his dedication and contributions over the years in a 
coaching capacity. 

Christian would like to thank the Richelieu Club for its financial aid, 
helping to make the trip possible. 



The investigation, led by Dr. 
Rosemary Marchant, an occupational 
health physician from Dalhousie 
University, had been recommended 
in a McGill University study of 
health conditions at the Rclledune 
plant 

A follow-up to that investigation is 
planned, but not for the entire work- 
force. Only the aforementioned 1 10 
will be involved in further testing this 
September. 

Mr. Faucher said the testing could 
last until December, with the results 
to be announced in early 1992. 

"Beyond that, it becomes a ques- 
tion of what we can do (for these 
workers)," he said, adding it will 
have to be decided at that time what 
measures can be taken to protect the 
health of the employees. 



A number of recommendations 
stemming from the original investi- 
gation have been implemented, but 
Mr. Faucher feels workers' concerns 
about health and safety still need to 
be addressed. 

The company hopes to once again 
have the best specialists in the field 
working on the follow-up study, Mr. 
Faucher added. 

Meanwhile, the smelter operations 
will shut down for a month for a 
period of routine maintenance. 

The shut-downm effective Satur- 
day, will affect the the entire plant, 
but it was not known Tuesday how 
many workers would be off work 
while maintenance is being carried 
out. 

Only those whose job description 
involves maintenance work will re- 
main on the job for the four weeks. 



New director chosen 



A replacement has been found for 
the city's departed Parks, Recreation 
and Tourism director. 

Marc Boudreau was officially ap- 
pointed to head the department at 
Monday's public meeting of city 
council. 

He replaces Shelley Carter-Rose, 
who left the department June 28 to 
accept a teaching position at Holland 
College in Summerside, Prince Ed- 
ward Island. 

A native of Moncton, Mr. Boud- 
reau has worked for the city of 
Bathurst since 1985, when he ac- 
cepted a position as program coordi- 
nator for Parks and Rec. 

He has since moved up within the 
department, to supervisor of prog- 
rams; and fulfilled the duties of 
department head on several occa- 
sions in Mrs. Carter-Rose's absence. 

Among the priorities Mr. Boud- 
reau plans to address, the implemen- 
tation of the Tourism Masterplan is at 
the forefront. 

The five-year plan is close to being 




finalized, and will be presented to 
council for consideration in the near 
future. 

"Once the Masterplan has been 
brought to council and accepted, I 
think there are a lot of recommenda- 
tions that will be a challenge to 
implement," Mr. Boudreau told The 
Northern Light Monday, adding, 
"There are a lot of neat concepts (in 
the plan) that will be new to the city." 

He will also keep a close watch on 
the developments surrounding the 
proposed civic centre, the operation 
of which will require input .rum his 
department. 

The maintenance and improve- 
ment of services and facilities, parti- 
cularly those affecting the city's 
handicapped population, will also get 
his attention; while he also plans to 
take a serious look at a park-linkage 
system currently showing signs of 

success throughout Canada. 

The system uses trails to form a 
link between parks, and is an idea that 
has been suggested as a means of 
connecting Coronation and Cause- 
way Parks; doing so would allow the 
public to move from one area to 
another without having to deal with 
traffic, Mr. Boudreau explained. 

Mr. Boudreau, 30, is married to 
Annette Boudreau. The couple lives 
in Bathurst and has a two-year old 
daughter, Danie. 




NEW MISS BATHURST CROWNED 

Miss Bathurst 1991 Cathy Pitre got a congratulatory peck on the cheek 
from pageant judge Hubert Pouliot, soon after earning the title July 3 at the 
Bathurst High School theatre. Miss Pitre, 19, is the daughter of Gerald and 
Barbara Pitre of Bathurst. (Northern Light Photo) 

Mines strive for efficiency 



Brunswick Mines may follow in 
the footsteps of Brunswick Smelter 
by implementing a restructuring 
plan, but not necessarily an identical 
one. 

"A restructuring doesn't necessar- 
ily mean you re going to have a 
bunch of lost jobs," mine manager 
Jim Schnarr told The Northern Light 
Monday. 

'The exercise is just to sec how we 
can operate more efficiently." 

Brunswick Mining and Smclling's 
Smelter Division in Bcllcdune an- 
nounced last week iiwill implement a 
restructuring plan that will result in 
100 layoffs. 

The purpose of the plan is to cut 
costs and allow the company to 
become competitive again. Bruns- 
wick Mining and Smelting has not 
been in such a position lately, be- 
cause of decreasing lead prices and a 
recent 10-month strike. 

At the mine, employees were in- 
formed that a restructuring scheme 
may also affect them. Mr. Schnarr 
indicated Monday a final decision 
may be announced in August. 

"We're going to look at how we're 



organized, and see if a restructuring 
is necessary," he said, adding a plan 
to increase productivity is ahead of 
schedule, but world metal prices 
remain depressed. 

"If anything, I think prices have 
dropped (more) in the last month." 




Jim Schnarr 



Four-lane bridge work begun 



Preliminary work on a possible 
expansion of the Village Bridge has 
indeed begun. 

'This is the first phase," said 
Department of Transportation Minis- 
ter Sheldon Lee, referring to soil 
testing being conducted along the 
Village Bridge. 

District highway engineer Michel 
Lacroix reported last month that 
work crews were carrying out routine 
maintenance on the bridge. 

However, motorists may have no- 
ticed heavy equipment stationed by 
the bridge in the past month. Mr. Lee 
confirmed in a telephone interview 
Tuesday that the work is indeed 
related to the proposed expansion. 



The project, proposed to the pro- 
vincial legislature by Bathurst MLA 
Paul Kenny in 1989, involves ex- 
panding the bridge from two lanes to 
four. This would be done to facilitate 
the flow of traffic by eliminating the 
bottleneck leading to the bridge. 

Mr. Lee said the testing will 
continue over the next few weeks, 
after which a design will be drawn up 
for a new bridge. 

Once that is completed, the pro- 
vince will look for a way to fund the 
project. 

Mr. Lee noted that whatever the 
work costs will have to be covered 
entirely by the province, as no federal 
funds exist for such projects. 



Marc Boudreau 



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INTRODUCING 1991 MR. BATHURST CONTESTANTS 



The contestants entered in the 1991 Mr. Bathurst Pageant made their first public appcarcnce July 4 during Meet the 
Candidate Night, held at the Boulevard Club. This year's contestants include, from left, Stephane Hachcy Jean-Guy 
Doiion, Gino Noel, Roger Daigle, Marc Allaire and Alain Gallant. Missing from photo is Ken Duffy The pageant is 
schedule for July 16 at the Boulevard Club 

(Northern Light Photo) 



2A The Northern Light, Wed., July 10, 1991 



Off for four-month stay in Cameroon Accreditation for 

NBCC program 



Judith Boisvert, a local occupa- 
tional therapist, is on her way to 
Africa. 

"I'll be working with handicapped 
children at a mission hospital,'' said 
the 27 year-old employee of the 
Bathunt branch of the Extra-Mural 
Hospital. 

She is one of many Canadians 
taking part in a special cultural 
experience sponsored by Canadian 
Crossroads International. 

She will leave Bathurst in Septem- 
ber for a four-month stay in the 
country of Cameroon. 

The purpose of the trip is to give 
the participants a better understand- 
ing of a different culture, and to assist 
in their appointed country's 
development 

"My knowledge (as an occupa- 
tional therapist) will be helpful," she 
said, explaining the reason Cross- 
roads assigned her to work at a 





Judith Boisvert 



OBITUARY 

Leonard F. Prendergast 

The death of Leonard F. Prender- 
gast of Ste. Anne occurred July 9, 
1991, at Chaleur Regional Hospital 
following a lengthy illness. He was 
69. 

Born in South 
Tcteagouche, he 
was a son of the 
late Everett and 
Theresa (Ellis) 
PrendergasL 

Having worked 
for 17 yean atl 
Brunswick Min-. 
ing. Mr. Prendcr- 
gast retired in 1983. He served 
overseas in the Second World War 
with the North Shore and Carleton 
York Regiments. He was a member 
of the Herman J. Good V.C. Branch 
No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion. 

Other than his wife, the former 
Rose Marie Doucet, he is survived by 
one son, Paul of Bathunt: one 
daughter, Mn. Cleo Pitre (Theresa) 
of Ste. Anne; one brother, Ellis of 
Sault Ste Marie, OnL; and two sisters, 
Mn. Anna Ritchie of New Minas, 
N.S. and Mn. William Allen (Beat- 
rice) of Bathurst. 

The body is resting at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home with funeral mass to 
be celebrated at 4 p.m. July 11 at 
Holy Family Roman Catholic 
Church. Burial will be in the parish 
cemetery. 

A Legion memorial service will be 
held tonight (July 10) at 7:30 p.m. at 
the funeral home. 

OBITUARY 

Evelyn (White) Connolly 

The death of Mn. Evelyn (White) 
Connolly of Toronto occurred July 5, 
1991. at Saint John Regional 
Hospital. """"' * 

She was a ^*av 



daughter of May 
M. White and Wil- 




hospital in Cameroon. 

In order to qualify for the trip, Ms. 
Boisvert had to submit a formal 
application to local coordinator Al- 
ph6e Boudreau, who later inter- 
viewed her. 

The interview was to determine 
whether she had the skills, the inter- 
est and the knowledge necessary to 
take part 

Next come, a national orientation 
weekend in Toronto. There, she will 
learn more about Cameroon. 

"I'm looking forward to it," she 



said. 

Pan of her responsibilities in- 
volves raising $2,000, representing 
20 per cent of the cost of her trip. Part 
of this has already been acquired 
through a committee set up by Mr. 
Boudreau. But some funds remain to 
be found. 

Anyone wishing to make a dona- 
tion, in order to help Ms. Boisvert get 
the most of this educational experi- 
ence, is asked to contact Alphee 
Boudreau at 783-3256. 




LOCAL VOLUNTEERS HONORED 

Three members of the Gloucester Bathurst Branch of The Arthritis Society 
were recently presented awards during the annual general meeting of the New 
Brunswick Division held in Tracadie. Certificates of Appreciation were 
presented to Margaret Demmings, chairman of the patient aids committee, 
and to president Tony Harwood, while an Award of Merit was presented to 
Sil vana Bosca for having contributed at least 10 yean of distinguished service 
at either the Branch or Division level. From left are Marc Richard of the New 
Brunswick Division, making the presentations to Ms. Demmings, Mr. 
Harwood. and Ms. Bosca. 



The two-year program of indust- 
rial engineering technology offered 
by the Bathurst campus of the New 
Brunswick Community College re- 
cently received accreditation for a 
five-year period from the New 
Brunswick Society of Certified Engi- 
neering Technicians and 
Technologists. 

According to a press release, the 
accreditation of technological prog- 
rams is a periodic revision process 
carried out by professionals em- 
ployed in related industries or institu- 
tions. The process is designed to 
ensure that a program attains or 
surpasses certain criteria to assure 
that both the public and the related 
industry are adequately served. This 
exercise also stimulates updating and 
improvements of course content, la- 
boratories, teaching and evaluation 
methods and equipment. Accredita- 
tion also encourages continued deve- 
lopment of the teaching body. 

Unique to New Brunswick, the 
French-only industrial engineering 
technology program is designed to 
form specialists in work organization 
in industrial circles, that is in plan- 
ning, quality control, furnishing, in- 
vestment choices, study methods, 
work supervision as well as mechani- 
cal conception and manufacture. 

Teaching the program at the Bath- 
urst campus are AbdelHafid Sabir, 
Ing.M.B.A., Pierre Maillet, C.E.T.. 
and Charles Eudor Boudreau, Doc. 
Ing.Ing.P. The team is headed by 
Jocelyn Doucet, chief of the indust- 
rial sector. 




Dea DeGrace of Bathunt was the lucky grand prize winner in the Bathunt 
Marina Lottery Draw held June 19, worth $15,000. Mrs. DeGrace chose cash 
over a choice of one of three vehicles. The second prize winner of a Sea Doo 
was Gladys Buraglia of Bathurst, while the third place winner of $4.000 was 
Clarence O'Heam, also of Bathurst Don Comeau sold the grand prize- 
winning ticket, earning him $1,000. (Northern Light Photo) 

Beresf ord fatality case goes to trial 

ating a motor vehicle while impaired 
by drugs or alcohol, and causing the 
Feb. 21 death of 11 year-old Kelly 
Young of Beresford. 

Following the preliminary hear- 
ing, the matter was referred to the 
Court of Queen's Bench, which will 
set a trial dale. 

Chief Huzulak said the trial will 
likely be held in October or Novem- 
ber of this year. 



A trial date for a man accused of 
causing the death of a Beresford 
youngster will likely be scheduled for 
late 1991. 

A July 3 preliminary hearing, held 
before provincial court judge Camille 
Dumas, determined enough evidence 
exists to proceed with trial against 
Claude McLaughlm, 31, of Nigadoo, 
said Chief Ed Huzulak of the BNPP 
regional police force. 

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sister, Mn. D.L. Young of Bathunt: 
and several nieces and nephews. 

She was predeceased by a sister, 
Mn. Ursula Noble, and a brother, 
William White. 

A memorial service will be held at 
First United Church in Bathurst at 4 
p.m. on Sat, July 13. 

Remembrances to the Canadian 
Cancer Society or to the Canadian 
Red Cross would be appreciated by 
the family. 

OBITUARY 
John A. Hachey 

The death of John A. Hachey, of 
840 Grandview St. occurred July 3. 
1991, at Chaleur Regional Hospital 
following a brief illness. He was 77. 

Born in Bath- 
unt, he was the son 
of the late George 
and Helen (Ap- 
pleby) Hachey. He 
was the last surviv- 
ing member of his 
immediate family. 

He was a reg- 
ional superinten- 
dent with Irving 
Oil Ltd. for 49 yean, and a member 
of Bathunt Council 827 of the United 
Commercial Travelers. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former Florida Roy; three sons. Do- 
nald of Vancouver, B.C., George of 
Petit Rocher and Jean of Robert v 1 1 le ; 
five daughters, Mn. Eric Ellis (Irene) 
and Mn. Elizabeth Gauthier, both of 
Bathunt, Mn. Robert Chiasson 
(Mary Jean) of Riverview. Mn. 
David MacAulay (Joan) of Shubena- 
cadie, N.S.. and Mn. Harold Wys- 
louzil (Susan) of Vancouver, and 18 
grandchildren. 




Another daughter, Therese, prede- 
ceased him in 1938. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home, with funeral mass 
celebrated July 5 at Our Lady of the 
Rosary Church. Burial in the parish 
cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Eva H. Bennett 

Eva H. Bennett of Miramichi Av- 
enue, and formerly of Old Town, 
Me., died June 28. 1991. at the 
homeof her nephew, Leonard Ben- 
nett, after a sudden illness. 

Born in Marion- 
ette, Wisconsin, 
Nov. 30, 1898, she 
was the daughter 
of the late Clement 
and Marcelene 
(Watson) Bennett. 

She was a 
teacher in Old 
Town, having retired after 43 yean in 
the profession, and was a member of 
St Mary's Catholic Church in Old 
Town. 

She came to Canada in 1987 to 
reside with her nephew, Leonard 
Bennett. 

She was the last surviving member 
of her immediate family. She is 
survived by several nieces and 
nephews. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home for two days, after 
which it was transferred to the Kiley- 
Birmingham Funeral Home in Old 
Town, where the body retted one 
more day. A mass of Christian Burial 
was celebrated July 1 at St. Mary's 
Catholic Church. 

Attending the funeral from Bath- 




unt were Leonard Bennett, Regina 
Bennett, Reginald Bennett, and Jean 
Guy and Jeannetle Doucet, along 
with their two children, Denica Eva 
and Jonathan John. Interment was at 
St Joseph's Cemetery. 

Pallbearers were John Birming- 
ham. Lemwood Randoll, Tony Ran 
doll, and Calix Baillargeon. 

OBITUARY 
Marguerite Boudreau 

The death of Marguerite (Mar- 
jorie) Boudreau of Foyer Notre 
Dame de Lourdes in Bathurst 
occurred at the foyer July 3, 1991, at 
the age of 61. 

Originally from Nigadoo, she was 
the daughter of the late Hilarion and 
Rosalie Boudreau. 

She is survived by one sister, Mn. 
Adrien Doucet (Doris) of Nigadoo; 
one half-sister, Mn. Richard Cor- 
mier (Exilda) of Bathurst; three half- 
brothers, Aurele Vienneau of Rough 
Waters, Medard Boudreau of Quebec 
and Laurent Boudreau of Ontario; 
and several nieces and nephews. 



liam George White 
of Bathunt 

Mn. Connolly 
graduated from 
Netherwood 
School in 1942 and 
from Mt Allison University with a 
B.F. A. degree in 1947. She taught art 
at the Queen Mary Military Hospital 
in Montreal and later in a hospital 
school in Edinburgh, Scotland. 

She is survived by her husband. 
Dr. J.G. Connolly of Toronto; one 
son, John Ewart of Ottawa; one 
daughter, Bronwen of Toronto; one 



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The remains rested at Verret's 
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Polycarpe Church in Petit Rocher. 
Interment was in the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Laurtent Roy 

The death of Laurient Roy of 
Nigadoo occurred July 6, 1991, at 
Chaleur Regional Hospital at the age 
of 53. 

Bom in Robertville, he was a son 
of the late Tdesphore and PresciUe 
(Boudreau) Roy. 

Mr. Roy is survived by his wife, 
the former Yvonne Doucet of Niga- 
doo; four sons, Jean - Marc of Robert- 
ville, Gaston and Pierre, both of 
Nicholas Deny s and Camille of Dun- 
lop; two daughters, Mrs. Etienne 
Lebouthilier (Pauline) of Allardville 
and Colette Roy of Bathurst; and five 
grandchildren. -~~ 

... Also surviving are four brothers, 
Leo, Lorenzo, .and Ligouri, all of 
Robertville, and Laurio of Moncton; 
and four sisters, Mrs. Leola DeGrace 
of Petit Rocher, Mrs. Hector Doucet 
(Lucienne), Mn. Elphege Roy (Laur- 
inda) and Mrs. Daniel Hache 



(Laurett), all of Robertville. 

The body rested at Verret's fun- 
eral Home, Nigadoo, with funeral 
mass celebrated July 8 from St- 
Polycarpe Church in Petit Rocher. 
Interment will be in the parish 
cemetery. 

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The death of Sydney Gauthier of 
DC Perot, Que., occurred July 7, 1991. 
at Ste. Anne Military Hospital. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former RitaPugin; three sons and one 
daughter , Richard, Bernard and 
Carol, all of Montreal and Ron of 
Bathurst; and eight granchildren. 

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some time in the Bathunt area visit- 
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law, Ron and Mary and grandchil- 
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July 1 1 in fle Perot, Que., followed by 
cremation. 

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unt were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gauthier. 
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By UKHAEL J. BOURGUIGNON 
Norlhtm Light Steff 

__ Members of the Bathurst Christian 
Fellowship Church are looking for- 
ward to a trip to Russia, despite 
problems that will likely arise. 

"There's a language barrier, obvi- 
ously," said Brian Creary, one of 
seven local people involved in Esto- 
nia '91, a project sponsored mainly 
by the Apostolic Church of 
Pentecost. 

Mr. Creary has a degree in Russian 
Studies, and speaks Russian; but 
where they are headed, the native 
language is Estonian. 

Still, it isn't expected to be much of 
a problem. 

"It will be difficult, but there will 
be (interpreters) there at all tunes." 

Mr. Creary will leave Bathurst 



Aug. 5, along with Mark and Christ- 
ine LeBlanc, Shannon Murray, Col- 
leen Theriault, Angie Mazerolle and 
Fred Jennings. 

They're among approximately 125 
Canadians taking part in the month- 
long project. 

The main purpose of their voyage 
is to give the people of Estonia an 
increased exposure to the gospel. 

They will do that in a variety of 
ways, including street drama, illus- 
trated banners, and the distribution of 
bibles. 

The four young ladies of the group 
are also working on an interpretive 
dance, Mr. Creary said in an 
interview. 

While there, they also plan to give 
out Canadian flag lapel pins supplied 
to them by Acadie Bathurst MP 
Doug Young. 



"Just the fact that there are a lot of people over 
there who will give their lives to the Lord; 
there's a hunger there." 



Their activities will be centred 
mainly in the capital city of Tallinn, 
with the participation of any local 
church "that is considered to be a 
Christian church." 

They will be working in hospitals, 
prisons and churches of various de- 
nominations throughout Estonia. 

The project comes at a time when 
Communist policies are just loosen- 
ing their oppressive grip on Christian 
practices. 

But what was once illegal is now 
being actively sought out by many 
faith-hungry Estonians; that's one of 
the reasons Mr. Creary and Mark 



LeBlanc arc looking forward to the 
trip. 

"Just the fact that there are a lot of 
people over there who will give their 
lives to the Lord; there's a hunger 
there," Mr. LeBlanc said. 

He expects the experience to be 
equally beneficial to himself and his 
friends. 

"It will change everyone person- 
ally; it will give us all a deeper 
understanding of what it's like to give 
your life to Jesus," he said. 

"But we still don't know what to 
expect." 



Rain needed to save farmers' crops 




Canobie resident Rod Archibald 
drew a grim picture for farmers last 
week in Fredericton. 

Mr. Archibald, president of the 
New Brunswick Federation of Agri- 
culture, told farmers at a press con- 
ference that the province is facing a 
very difficult situation this summer, 
and if rains do not develop soon many 
crops will be lighter than normal. 

"The situation for livestock pro- 
ducers is critical now," he said. "In 
some cases, forage crops such as 
alfalfa, grasses and hay are reduced 
by as much as SO percent because of 
winter kill and the almost drought 
conditions in May and June. Some 
areas of the province have been hit 
harder than others and forage is at a 
premium now. Unless we get an 
adequate amount of rain soon, the 
second and third cuts of forage just 
won't be there." 

Archibald said there is hay and 
grasses that normally are not 
harvested and he would like the 

Dust problem 
to be addressed 

City engineer Man s Freimanis will 
consult with the district highway 
engineer in hopes of curtailing dust 
accumulation on Miramichi Avenue 
homes. 

A recent protest by Miramichi 
Avenue homeowners proved just 
how unhappy they are with gravel 
trucks travelling through the area, 
leaving piles of dust in their wake. 

A follow up came at Monday's 
public council meeting, when city 
ey Boucher wanted to 
ujd be, done fa the 

sgruntled homeowners. 

He also wanted to know why 
permission had been given to use a 
gravel pit in a residential area, but 
was told the pit in question is in a 
rural zone and has been in use for 
years. 

But Mr. Freimanis assured coun- 
cillor Boucher he would discuss the 
matter with district highway engineer 
Michel Lacroix, and report back to 
council with the results of the 
meeting. 

Meanwhile, city council will look 
for a way to keep public beaches free 
of broken bottles, empty cans, and 
dead seabirds. 

Councillor Boucher was con- 
cerned about such debris along the 
beach in the Caron Point area; city 
councillors agreed it's a problem that 
merits attention. 

Although funds for beach clean-up 
have not been provided for in the 
current budget, councillors agreed 
such funds should be considered in 
next year's budget exercise. 

Encroachment 
acknowledged 

The city will not be responsible for 
any injuries or damage to property on 
a portion of a downtown restaurant 
that sits on city property. 

City council passed a resolution 
Monday to the effect that it acknow- 
ledges a staircase and canopy in front 
of the House of Lee restaurant en- 
croaches on city property. 

The staircase and canopy extend 
by 2.6 metres onto the city-owned 
right-of-way in front of the Main 
Street establishment. 

But while council agreed to accept 
the fact, it will not accept any damage 
or personal injuries that may occur on 
the staircase. 

The conditions were implemented 
based on a report from Planning and 
Development Director Marc Bouf- 
fard, and on a suggestion from coun- 
cillor Claire Wilt that the city should 
protect itself from personal liability 
cases as well. 

Meanwhile, it look a small formal- 
ity at Monday's council meeting to 
improve the city's Planning and 
Development department. 

Although his job description does 
not change, Donald McLaughlin was 
given the title of Building Inspector 
by a vote of council. 

The title gives him authority to 
sign building permits, both in the 
presence and the absence of Building 
Inspector Lucien Cormier. 

City manager Bob Bouchard told 
council the move was made in an 
effort to enhance the department's 
services. 

As it is, Mr. McLaughlin already 
performs building inspection duties; 
Monday's appointment was "just 
formalizing the title," he said. 



owners of these lands to make them 
available to livestock producers. He 
said anyone with a quantity of nay 
that will not be used should contact 
the federation office at 452-8 101, and 
attempts will be made to put them in 
contact with producers who need the 
livestock feed. 

"I am very concerned about our 
strawberry and vegetable producers 
who dp not have irrigation," he said. 
"The situation is critical at this time 
for the development of crops such as 
berries, apples and vegetables. Some 
berry producers have had an almost 
total loss of their fields because the 
crops needed rain that never arrived. 



Potato growers I talked to during the 
week are also wondering if their crop 
will shape up. The next two weeks 
are critical as the potatoes set the crop 
for fall harvest 

Archibald said producers will have 
a loss of income for the year and can 
ill afford that at this time. 

"It is critical to us now that a new 
Livestock Feed Development Agree- 
ment between New Brunswick and 
Ottawa be Finalized as soon as possi- 
ble. The agreement in place for this 
year expires on March 31, 1992, and 
farmers need to know if a new one is 
to be on line so they can plan land 
work to take advantage of it," he said. 



"I believe all federal/provincial 
agreements will have to be used to 
assist producers over the problems 
this summer is causing in crop 
losses." 

He said the New Brunswick Feder- 
ation of Agriculture will be meeting 
both federal and provincial officials 
in a policy conference in August and 
he wants to see discussions on safety 
net programs for producers as well as 
ways to cut red tape and paperwork 
on applications for on -farm projects. 
Other issues to be raised will include 
land use policies, agricultural chemi- 
cals and other programs for farmers. 




Mark LeBlanc (left) and Brian Creary are among seven young members of 
the Bathurst Christian Fellowship Church who will be travelling to Estonia, in 
the Soviet Union, in August. 

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Switching financial roles may spell end of Medicare 



Vic 
Parsons 

By VK PARSONS 

Oitiwi Buiwu 
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it's an unaccountable irony, when 
committees are bustling about the 
country searching for ways to unify 
Canadians, that the federal govern- 
ment is hotly pursuing a move that 
will weaken the links. 

Since 1986, Ottawa has moved 
unilaterally to slash cash payments to 
the provinces for Medicare and post- 
secondary education, pushing a grea- 
ter burden for these services onto the 
junior governments. 

These cash transfers total $7.95 
billion this fiscal year, Finance De- 
partment figures show. Ottawa is also 
transferring taxing powers worth 
$12.4 billion to the provinces and 
territories, for a total of more than 
$20 billion. 

By 1995-96, the cash payments 
will have fallen to $5.4 billion, and 
the tax transfers will be worth $16.7 
billion. After that, federal support 
will grow at the same rate as the 



economy, minus three per cent 

When Medicare was established in 
1966, Ottawa paid half the bills. 
Now, the federal share-both cash 
and tax transfers-is less than 40 per 
cent. 

Note that when taxing powers are 
transferred, Ottawa lowers its tax 
rales and lets the province step in to 
lake up the vacated space. The 
provinces get the money and also 
take the heat from grumbling 
taxpayers. 

There's room for cynicism here 
when federal ministers go about 
criticizing provincial counterparts 
for increasing their spending faster 
than Ottawa, but what does this mean 
for the programs? 

Concern is mounting among 
health-care groups and others that 
Ottawa's haste to dump its financial 
role will spell the end of a national 
Medicare system. 

DIFFERENT SYSTEMS 

The National Council of Welfare, 
a federal advisory group, has argued 
the result could be 12 "vastly diffe- 
rent provincial and territorial Medi- 
care systems." 

Regional disparities would be 



magnified. Residents of poor provin- 
ces would receive health care inferior 
to those fortunate enough to dwell in 
the richer parts of Canada, the coun- 
cil said. 

Federal payments to the provinces 
and territories will be eliminated in 
17 years, (he agency predicted. While 
Finance's figures do not show such a 
sleep rate of decline, the trend is 
basically the same. 

(The council says Ontario will be 
out of luck 10 years from now, 
Quebec will get nothing after 
1995-%, and New Brunswick, New- 
foundland, Prince Edward Island, 
Nova Scotia, Manitoba, Saskatche- 
wan, Alberta and British Columbia 
will see their cash payments disap- 
pear in 15 years.) 

True, former finance minister Mi- 



chael Wilson pledged in his last 
budget that Ottawa would withhold 
cash payments in other sectors to 
provinces that fail to uphold national 
Medicare standards. Federal govern- 
ments in the past had kept cowardly 
provinces in line by threatening to 
hold back money. 

But the council pointed out this 
cudgel would be gone once Ottawa 
ducked out of making cash payments. 
Health care delivery is a provincial 
power, it noted. "It is only the federal 
spending power that allowed federal 
involcmcnt in this area, and it is 
difficult to imagine how Ottawa 
could continue to maintain its pre- 
sence once the money for Medicare 
dries up." 
CHALLENGE LIKELY 

As for Wilson's threat to hold back 



cash for programs other than health 
care, the council says the provinces 
would hardly let this go unchal- 
lenged. The prospect of the Mother of 
All Supreme Court Battles looms. 

The council reminds us that federal 
funding was the carrot that coaxed 
the provinces into a national Medi- 
care plan. It was also the "lever" that 
deterred doctors and hospitals from 
charging their patients fees on the 
spot. 

In retrospect, the warnings 15 
years ago of two legends of Canadian 
politics bear repeating. Both former 
provincial premiers who were very 
much involved in the early days of 
Medicare, they questioned a move by 
the Liberal government of the day to 
cap its spending on the programs. 

Robert Sianficld, then opposition 



leader and a former Nova Scotia 
premier, cried "treachery." He told 
the Commons the provinces feared 
that the federal government would 
launch the programs, "run around the 
country pounding their chests, pro- 
claiming the great thing they had 
done, and then saddle the provinces 
with the cost." 

New Democrat Tommy Douglas, 
once Saskatchewan's premier, 
added: "We are now witnessing a 
betrayal of these commitments and a 
determination to shift the burden to 
the provinces." 

The death by a thousand cuts they 
foresaw seems nearer than ever. 
Unfortunately, the end could be the 
erosion of national programs many 
have fought for and boldly defended 
over the years. 



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Tourist destination: Home 

At last, summer vacation! Let's pack up the car, lock up 
the house and head for our vacation destination-Moncton, 
P.E.I, or maybe out West. 

Hey, but wait a minute. If we're so busy trying to get 
people to spend their tourist dollars in the Chaleur Region, 
why are we leaving? 

Imagine the impact on our economy if we spent 'our' 
dollars in this area. 

Nothing to do you say? Try some of these. Atlas Park 
offers a variety of activities for outdoor enthusiasts. From 
scuba diving to pedal boats to fishing and it works on a user 
pay basis so there's no charge to go and enjoy the beautiful 
nature path. And while we're on the subject, how about a 
leisurely walk down Daly Point. 

When is the last time you took in Papineau Falls, 
Teteagouche Falls or the beautiful Nigadoo Falls? Are 
these not similar attractions to those we rush to see in other 
areas? 

If you have a little money to spend why not get the family 
all dressed up and go to one of our many fine restaurants. Be 
it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you'll be treated just as 
well as a tourist and you won't have to travel as far. 

If none of this is challenging enough, why not charter a 
boat and go deep sea fishing, take flying lessons, learn how 
to golf or windsurf. 

When you come down to it, ^vacations are meant for 
relaxing, refreshing and distracting us from the daily 
routine. Just slowing down the pace can make all the 
difference in the world. 

And even if all you do is lay back and watch a few movies, 
the popcorn, the snacks and the movie rentals will all mean 
money spent here. Money which business people can then 
invest in attracting tourist to our tourist destination. 

Stranger than fiction 



Moncton not only Hub, but whole wheel 



July 8 
Dear Editor, 

I would like to express my opinion 
concerning our dependency on the 
southern part of the province, espe- 
cially Moncton. 

If it wasn't for Moncton we would 
be in a bad situation. Take for 
instance when you need parts for 
your vehicle and the dealer here 
hasn't got it. He will tell you he can 
order it from Moncton and it will 



probably be here by tomorrow. Or, if 
you are looking for a certain model in 
a car and they don't have it, they will 
tell you they can check in Moncton. 

Most of our groceries and soft 
drinks come from Moncton. Unem- 
ployment Insurance forms and 
checks come from Moncton. Our big 
university is in Moncton. Our big 
hospital with all the specialists is in 
Moncton. I could go on and on. 

If you have any major problem 



Thanks from fire dept. 



with your health-far example, a 
badly broken leg or arm, bad bums, a 
heart problem or anything requiring 
the use of a Cat Scan- -you have to go 
to the local emergency ward, then go 
to Moncton. 

Incidcntly, I had to take my wife 
down last week for a Cat Scan and 
going down that way, just before you 
get to Newcastle, they were digging 
the roads again. And they have a big 
sign which reads: Building Better 
Roads. For who? I guess for us so we 
can travel south to get what we need 
for our daily lives. 

It would probably be a good idea to 



get alter our government to do some- 
thing about the "trails" we have every 
spring. We hear a lot about roads 
being in bad shape, but after they are 
all patched up you don't hear any- 
thing anymore. I don't think patches 
are the answer if we want business 
people to invest in this region. If we 
could at least get roads half as good as 

in McKenna's end of the province 
we'd be alright. 

Finally, they call Moncton the Hub 
City. I think it's not only the hub, but 
the whole wheel. 

Valmond Landry 
Beresford 



July 2 
Dear Editor, 

On behalf of the New Bandon- 
Salmon Beach Fire Department, I 
would like to take this opportunity to 
thank everyone who helped in the Tire 
of Doug Knowles and family. 

To the St. Anne Fire Department, 
which responded to mutual aid with 
two trucks and eight men, many 
thanks. 

We'd also like to thank the Depart 
mem of Natural Resources and 
Energy, for their ban of several men, 



three trucks, and three airplanes; to 
the friends and neighbors who helped 
in various ways under our command; 
and to my firefighters, who worked 
until midnight putting all the equip- 
ment back in service. 

Special thanks to the Sparkles and 
others who brought sandwiches and 
refreshments to the fire hall. 

Your thoughtfulness will always 
be remembered. 

Ernie Smith 

Fire Chief 

NBSBFD 



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All kinds of tourists visited back in 1966 



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By SONIA-SIMARD 
CORMIER 

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The Mo' 

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Of The Northern Ugh! 



70 YEARS AGO 
July 1921 

The waterfront property, known as 
the Miller lot, situated at the town end 
of the station bridge, on the north 
side, and adjoining the Post Office, 
has been selected as the site for the 
new hotel building to be constructed 
in town to be known as the Chaleur 
Hotel. 

No more conspicuous location for 
a hotel could have been secured. 
Standing right at the entrance to the 
town, the new hotel will represent a 
landmark visible practically from all 
points of the compass for miles 
around. As a matter of fact, if one can 
visualize the finished building, it is a 
simple matter to understand that the 
location selected represents the pivot 
of the whole countryside. 
60 YEARS AGO 
July 1931 

The cool breezes of the Bay Cha- 
leur and the unexcelled beach at 
Salmon Beach are now being enjoyed 
by increasingly large numbers of 
town residents as well as by tourists 
since several attractive overnight 
camps, a dining and dance hall, and 
service station were erected recently 
by enterprising local men. A compe- 
tent chef is in charge of the dining 
pavilion where meals and refresh 
mcnts of all kinds may be obtained 
and dances are being provided on 
Tuesday and Friday evenings of each 
week. These are attracting large 
numbers of our younger set and have 
been keenly enjoyed. 
50 YEARS AGO 
July 1941 

The Department of Public Works 
Bridge Division key men and crew 
who have been working since about 
June 1 building a temporary bridge to 
carry heavy traffic over the Nepiii- 
guit River at its mouth near the plant 
of the Bathurst Power and Paper 
Company, successfully moved the 
three steel trusses through spans a 
distance of 32 feet down river with- 
out mishap and with little or no 
holdup in the vehicular traffic early 
Friday morning. 



The three spans have carried a 
heavy stream of traffic since the 
bridge was built in 1897 by the 
Kitchen Construction Company of 
Frederic ton. 
40 YEARS AGO 
July 1951 

The new Ross Motors garage at 
East Bathurst, replacing that de- 
stroyed by fire last March 24, opened 
for business Monday of this week. 
Built of concrete blocks, the modem 
building is completely fireproof and 
is partitioned to accommodate busi- 
ness offices and parts department as 
well as general mechanical section. 
Contractor for the attractive 50 by 40 
structure was Lucien DcGrace, pro- 
prietor of the business is Lazare Ross. 
30 YEARS AGO 
July 1961 

Burglars struck while an East 
Bathurst man read of thieves and 
murder and his family watched The 
Killers on television Saturday 
evening. 

Thomas Buraglia was avidly en- 
joying the latest crime magazine 
featuring a short story of a woman 
alone in a house and a madman 
breaking in about 11 p.m. when he 
heard a noise in the basement of the 
house and decided to investigate. 

As he descended the cellar steps, 
which contained a large supply of 
imported wines, he glimpsed an 
intruder crawling through a window. 
However, the burglar had been 
caught in the act and left his loot in 
the escape. 

The next day, Mr. Buraglia nailed 
down the windows and locked every 
door. 

Then, Tuesday morning, he dis- 
covered thieves had gained entrance 
again Monday night and taken ap- 
proximately $90 worth of goods. 

20 YEARS AGO 
July 1971 

Bathurst Alpine Papermakers have 
complied with a request to send the 
W.G. Hardy Trophy, emblematic of 
Canadian Intermediate "A" hockey 
supremacy, to the Hockey Hall of 
Fame at Toronto. 

The trophy, along with two large 
colored pictures of the papermaker 
team, was forwarded to Toronto last 
week. It will mark the first time the 
cup will be on display at the Canadian 
National Exhibition Grounds - home 
of Hockey's Hall of Fame. 



July 14, 1966 

According to reports, 622 tourists 
had registered at the Bathurst Jay- 
cees' Tourist Information Bureau in 
the first two weeks of July, 1966, thus 
indicating a "terrific increase in tour- 
ist traffic in this area". 

Located at the comer of Main 



Street and lite Boulevard (now 
known as the comer of St. Peter Ave. 
and Harbourview Blvd.), the bureau 
reported that there were tourists from 
nine of Canada's 10 provinces, 30 
stales of the U.S. and also from 
foreign countries including Pakistan, 
England, Belgium, the Bahamas, Al- 
geria and the Cameroons. One-third 
of the overall total were from the 
United Stales, with another third 
from the province of Quebec. 

It would be interesting to compare 
these statistics with those of July 
1991. Somehow I don't think 622 
would seem quite so impressive. 

1 wonder if tourists to this area 25 



years ago would have taken lite time 
to pass a vehicle safety inspection 
provided free by the province's Mo- 
tor Vehicle Branch. 

Use of the 'Vehicle Safety Inspec- 
tion Lane* was voluntary and served 
to make the driver aware of any 
defects his vehicle might have. The 
driver remained in his car, except for 
brake inspection, while a total of 38 
points were checked. If the vehicle 
passed, the driver was given a sticker 
to place in his window. 

Such inspections were no doubt 
the forerunner of the now mandatory 
yearly vehicle inspection, which I'm 
sure many will agree, is rarely cheap 



let alone free. 

In addition to touristwnd .vehicle . 
inspections, summer also brought the 
King Reid Show to Bathurst. I don't 
know if it's because I was much 
younger and therefore smaller, but I 
seem to remember the King Reid 
Show as much bigger and better than 
the shows we now get. There were 
more then just rides and games. 
There were side shows which added a 
unique element to the atmosphere 
which prevailed at the exhibition 
grounds. 

And back then there was just one 
place you could buy cotton candy- at 
the fair. Now that was a treat! 



Topsoil should be preserved, not destroyed 



The president of the New Bruns- 
wick Federation of Agriculture told a 
Bathurst press conference July 4 that 
the removal of valuable topsoil from 
fields for landscaping is destroying 
valuable agricultural land that will be 
needed by farmers in the future. 

"Every year, thousands of truck- 
loads of top soil is stripped from good 
farmland and used to landscape 
buildings. In some instances, the top 
soil is sold off and the field used as a 
gravel pit This land is lost forever 
and future generations of farmers 
will be deprived of a valuable re- 
source,*' said Rod Archibald, a resi- 
dent of Canohic. 

"The problem is evident around all 



major municipalities in New Bruns- 
wick and the situation is getting 
worse every year." 

Mr. Archibald said the province of 
New Brunswick has no land control 
regulations in place to stop the 
practice but will need to implement 
some soon or the damage will be 
severe. He said people building 
homes often destroy topsoil that 
could be used to build the lawn when 
construction is underway. He said 
backfilling could as easily be done 
with materials not suitable for grow- 
ing crops and builders could use more 
caution to stockpile the topsoil so it 
can be replaced at the site instead of 
the homeowner having to haul it in 



Grading for city, not street 



later. 

"The New Brunswick Federation 
of Agriculture intends to discuss this 
with provincial Department of Agri- 
culture officials at a policy confer- 
ence later this summer. There must 
be some leadership from the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture and from the 
Department of Environment so 
adequate rules can be put in place to 
protect this land. There is lots of land 
unsuitcd to farming that should be 
used for subdivisions instead of 
prime fields. I know the owners of 
land want to get as much for it as 
possible, but at the same time we all 
must think about the future genera- 
tions who will need food." 

Archibald said there is a commit- 
tee studying land use regulations for 



the province now but the process is a 
long term one and he believes some- 
thing should be done about the topsoil 
removal very quickly. He said land 
scapers could use more underpaying 
of coarse materials to limit the 
amount of topsoil needed to do the 
job, and land deemed best for agricul- 
ture should never be stripped of its 
topsoil for any reason. 

"This issue is one the federation 
believes can be resolved quickly if 
the political will is there to do it It 
must be done by legislation and have 
very strong penalties in place to make 
it effective. This is an environmental 
issue no one seems to care about yet, 
but by the time it becomes recognized 
the damage will not be reversible," he 
said. 



Schryer Avenue residents who are 
dissatisfied with the city's grading 
services may be out of luck. 

As an item to add to the agenda of 
Monday's public council meeting, 
councillor Claire Wilt relayed con- 
cerns that annual grading the city 
provides to that street has not been 
done this year. 

However, the work has never been 
done for any other reason than to 
accomodatc the city's garbage 
trucks, said city engineer Maris 
Freimanis. 

Schryer Avenue is not a designated 



right-of-way, which is to say it is not 
part of the city's public roads system, 
Mr. Freimanis explains. Garbage re- 
moval is the only city service it 
receives. 

Although there were conflicting 
reports as to whether the work had 
been done this year, Mr. Freimanis 
said if it hasn't, it will he; but if it has, 
and the work is adequate to allow the 
city's garbage trucks to access the 
streets, the city has no reason to do it 
again. 



Blood donor 
clinic today 



It's time once again to share the 
gift of life. 

A Canadian Red Cross Society 
Mood donor clinic will be held 
today Wednesday from 1:30 p.m. 
to 4: 30 p.m. ami again from 6p.m. 
to 9 p.m. at the Carrefour Ktudiam 
School in Beresford. 

The event is being sponsored by 
Council 8189 of the Knights of 
Columbus in Beresford. 




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Talk On The Walk 



Question: What did you think of the 1991 Silver Jubilee Festival? 




Sylvain Comeau 
Pdit-Rocher 

"I enjoyed it because 
Bathurst has a better 
festival than other com- 
munities. There is 
something for everyone 
to enjoy." 



Denise Furlotte 
Petit-Rocher 

"I loved the good 
looking guys from the 
(Mr. Bathurst) pageant 
during the parade. I 
come every year to the 
Baihurst festival." 



Roland Basque 
Bathurst 

"I think this year's 
festival was the biggest 
success. We should 
thank the organizers for 
a job well done." 



Janice Roussel 

Beresford 

"The fireworks and 
the parade were a disap- 
pointment; it v i'i as 
good as I expected it to 
be. Overall, the festival 
was a good effort" 



Henry Berlin 

Bathurst 
"I don't think there 



Dianne Frenette 
Beresford 

'The festival was re- 



were enough activities ally well planned. There 
for certain age groups. wcre many events for 
The festival catered to 
young children and 
seniors." 



everyone to enjoy." 



Debbie Chiasson 
Beresford 

"I think that there 
were more activities 
than other years, and the 
festival had something 
for everyone." 



Brigitte Lavigne 
South Bathurst 
"The festival was not 
as lively as it used to be; 
some traditional activi- 
ties were left out. The 
parade did not have 
enough floats." 



Donald Basque 
Bathurst 

"The festival was 
good, except there were 
not enough activities for 
young adults and the 
parade was loo long and 
noisy for children." 




GOOD HELP IS HARD TO FIND 



Miss Bathurst 1991 Cathy Pitre (left) and Tracey Bairett of Montreal were 
lured into helping Helium High (a.k.a. Helio Pena of Portugal) climb aboard 
his urucyclc Sunday during the Buskers International show held behind the 
Royal Bank. 

(Norlh.rn Light Photo) 




BEATING THE HEAT 

A well-placed water balloon cooled off Dawn Daley last week at the Fun 
House, held at the Bathurst Arena as pan of 1991 Silver Jubilee Festival 
celebrations. Performing the deed was Derek McCallum, sports coordinator 
with the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department's summer staff. Dawn, 
12, is the daughter of Glen and Joyce Daley of Bathurst. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



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GOOD DOG! 



Daisy, a six year-old German 
shepherd owned by Raoul Boudreau 
of LaPlante, struck this cute pose 
while taking part in a Dog Obedience 
Demonstration July 6, organized by 
the Bay of Chalcur School for Dogs 
and held at the Bathurst Mall in 
conjunction with the 1991 Silver 
Jubilee Festival. Daisy is trained in 
obedience, tracking and protection. 
(North.m Light Photo) 



MISS BATHURST AND HER COURT 

The 1991 Miss Bathurst Pageant was held at the Bathurst High School 
theatre July 3, with the title of Miss Bathurst 1991 going to 19 year-old Cathy 
Pure, daughter of Gerald and Barbara Pitre of Bathurst. From left are First 
Princess Rhonda Riordon, 20. daughter of David and Viola Riordon of 
Pokeshaw; Miss Pitre; Second Princess Gaetane Hachey, 20, daughter of 
Leandre and Rita Hachey of Bathurst; and Miss Friendship Shannon Scott, 1 8, 
daughter of Howard and Diana McLean of Salmon Beach. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




BARBECUE WINNER 

Lise LeBouthillier of Poirier Road 
was the recent winner of a gas 
barbecue, compliments of the Kent 
Lodge Road Beach Association. The 
non-profit group held the draw to 
raise funds to begin the first phase of 
chip-sealing Kent Lodge Road. Pre- 
senting Ms. LeBouthillier with her 
prize was Wilfred Benin, treasurer of 
the association. 

(Northern Light Photo) 





SENIOR ROYALTY CROWNED 

A social evening for senior citizens was held at the Herman J. Good V.C. 
Branch No. 18 of the Royal Canadian Legion July 4, where a Senior King. 
Queen, Princess and Prince were chosen. This year's winners were, seated 
from left. Prince Patrick Kenny, King Stanley Gauthier, Queen Florida 
Gauthier. and Princess Annette Godin. Back from left are Bathurst Mayor 
Kevin Mann and the 1990 winners of the contest, which includes Prince 
Norman Doucct, King Emery Chamberlain, Queen Myra Chamberlain, and 
Princess Cyrilla Doucct. The event was pan of the Silver Jubilee Festival 
celebrations. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

New Brunswick Day 
celebrations Aug. 5 

The city of Bathurst does not plan 
to let New Brunswick Day, Aug. 5, 
pass it by without a proper 
celebration. 

The city's Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Department will mark the 
day with games and activities at 
Coronation Park, following an offi- 
cial ceremony. 

The ceremony will consist of the 
raising of the New Brunswick flag 
and the cutting of a cake, slated for 12 
noon at the park's gazebo. 



DON'T FORGET! 

Today Wednesday is the day to 
bring your coffee mug to work, as the 
city takes up the Mug Up for the 
Environment challenge. Intended to 
encourage waste reduction by elimi- 
nating the use of environment- 
damaging styrofoam cups, the chal- 
lenge pits Bathurst against Moncton, 
Fredericton and Saint John. Tally 
sheets have been passed out to local 
businesses, who are encouraged to 
use their own coffee mugs at work, 
and put a notch on the tally sheet 
every time they do so. Numerous 
local businesses have signed up for 
the challenge; those who have yet to 
do so and would like to, should 
contact Julie Dugas at 547-2145, 
extension 2240. The same number 
can be dialed to phone in the results 
of the mug-up challenge in your 
workplace. Ms. Dugas is the local 
representative of the Energy and 
Environment Educators of New 
Brunswick, which initiated the event. 
Above, Ms. Dugas demonstrates just 
how easy it is to mug up for the 
environment. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Wrong grad name 

In an article that appeared in the 
July 3 edition of The Northern Light, 
one of the 302 Ecole Secondaire 
Nepisiguit graduates was incorrectly 
identified. The list included the name 
Michel E. Thenault. It should have 
read Michel E. ThibeaulL Michel is 
the son of Edgar and Lina Thibeault 
of Petit Rocher. 



BEFORE YOU BUY A 
BATTERY or TIRE 

FOR YOUR CAR 

Call 

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I DIDN'T DO IT...I WAS FRAMED! 



Claude Desrosiers was one of the frustrated prisoners captured July 5 and 
tossed into the Mock Jail, situated at the Fleet Realty offices on Main Street 
Mr. Desrosiers is administrator at the Foyer Notre Dame de Lourdes nursing 
home on Vallee Lourdes Drive, and one of many captured during the 1991 
Silver Jubilee Festival event 

(Northern Light Photo) 



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FIRST AID GRADS 

Students taking part in a life 
skills program received their basic 
first aid certificates June 19 from 
the Canadian Red Cross Society. 
The 16-hour course was pan of an 
18-week program, offered by the 
Department of Employment and 
Immigration. Kneeling from left 
are Joseph Boonc Prisk, and 
Sandra Legacy. Seated from left 
are Serena Paul, Carol Legacy, 
Rita Collier, and Micheline 
Raiche, group facilitor for Info- 
Consultants. Back from left are 
Jacques Godin, Red Cross instruc- 
tor, Larry Paul, Nathalie Legacy, 
Curtis Peter Paul, Janice Cham- 
berlain, group facilitor; and Char- 
les Deschenes, coordinator. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




brunsujich mining 
smetting and fertilizer 




BULLETIN 
BOARD 



(Editor'* Note: If your group or organi- 
zation has an upcoming activity, this la 
the place to let people know about It. 
Please note however, that Items tor this 
column should be brought In no later 
than Friday at 5 p.m., to help insure 
publication the following week.) 

TODAY 

-Today. July 10. is Mug Up Day. Do you 
own a mug? Do you bring it ID work? If 
yes. great! If not, it's lime thai you do. If 
you drink coffee, lea or even water in 
disposable cups (styrofoam or paper) 
what do you do after use? You simply 
throw it away again and again, right? The 
environment needs you to slop doing so to 
help decrease the amount of waste gener- 
ated by such daily habits. That's why the 
waste reduction campaign "Mug Up for 
the Environment" took the initiative to 
encourage everyone to use permanent 
mugs instead of disposables. Today local 
businesses will be helped to tally the 
number of times their office uses mugs in 
place of disposable cups. If your office 
has not been contacted and is interested in 
participating, simply tally the results on a 
piece of paper and contact Julie Dug as at 
547-2145, extension 2240, to give results. 
It will be an inter -city competition with 
Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John. 
Let's show them what Bathurst is capable 
of. 

-Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic in Bcrcsford at the Golden 
Age Club from 9: 1 5 a.m. to 1 1 a.m., and 
from 1:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments 
srfcbld Wmfcfe'orrf mont 
calling 547-2702. 



and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St., from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. and from 
1 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. Appointments should 
be made one month in advance by calling 
547-2702. 

MONDAY 

--Gimb on board for a Pioneer adven- 
ture! A Vacation Bible School begins 
today through to July 19 at Bayview 
Baptist Church, 780 O'Neil Ave., from 
9:15 am. to 11:30 a.m. for youth aged 4 
.years to Grade 6(completed). Games, 
crafts, songs and snacks are all part of this 
fun and learning experience. For more 
information, call 546-4184. 

TUESDAY 

-Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic at the Department of Health 
and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St., from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. and from 
1 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. Appointments should 
be made one month in advance by calling 
547-2702. 

UPCOMING 

--Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic in Beresford at the Golden 
Age Club July 17 from 9:15 a.m. to 11 
a.m.. and from 1:15 pjn. to 3 p.m. 
Appointments should be made one month 
in advance by calling 547-2702. 
-Public health nurses will hold a well 
child clinic at the Department of Health 
and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St., July 18 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 
and from 1 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. Appoint- 
ments should be made one month in 
advance by calling 547-2702. 

SILVER JUBILEE 

Phantom Rock Weekend, July 19 
through 21, at the Bathurst Marina with 
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City council will wait for a report 
from its planning and development 
officer before looking into a signing 
application. 

"Unless the bylaw is changed, the 
request cannot be considered," city 
manager Bob Bouchard told Mon- 
day's public session. 

Councillor Claire Wilt had ex- 
pressed concern that Keddy's Hotel 
and Convention Centre has so far not 
been given permission to erect a large 
sign on King Avenue. 

But the two-year old application 
has been rejected because of zoning 
conflicts, city manager Bob Bouch- 
ard told council. 

A free-standing sign placed in 
front of the building would also not 
be permitted because of the restaur- 
ant s downtown location, planning 
and development officer Marc Bouf- 
fard explained. 

Mr. Bout lard told council he in- 
tends to recommend that large signs 
be allowed on provincial highways, 
but not within the city. 

Doing otherwise would result in an 
eyesore for residents and tourists, as 
"hundreds of signs" begin to appear 
along such thoroughfares as St. Peter 
Avenue. 

He said he has been working on a 
..port with regards to signing, and 
plans to present it to council in the 
near future. 

One of the recommendations he 
may submit for council's considera- 
tion is the erection of a common sign 
on which several establishments 
could advertise. 

To allow individual establish- 
ments to erect their own signs any- 
where they choose, however, is out of 
the question. 



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Erin Chamberlain, a Grade 2 stu- 
dent at the Parkwood Elementary 
School, was the recent winner of a 
new bicycle, drawn for during the 
school's annual awards ceremony. 
The bicycle was donated by the 
Parkwood Home and School Associ- 
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Meanwhile, city council gave its 
assent to two subdivision plans 
Monday. 

Councillors approved the plan for 
Husscy Subdivision, having ap- 
proved its development last year, 
while approval was also given to a 
public street ex tension in the Bathurst 
Industrial Park. 

The extension was built by the 
Chaleur Regional Development 
Commission, to complete the looping 
of the street. 

Monday's meeting also saw the 
awarding of tenders. 

Saunders Equipment Ltd. was 
awarded the contract for the supply 
and delivery of two 1991 garbage 
trucks, for the tendered amount of 
$272,738.10; Lcs Entreprises R.E.H. 
Foumier Ltee was awarded the 
$18,149.56 tender for the removal 
and replacement of petroleum stor- 
age tanks at city hall; and the contract 
for the paving of Packard Street and 
St. Mary Avenue was awarded to 
Landry Asphalt Ltee, for $111,601. 

Watercolor course 
number incorrect 

A story appeared in the July 3 
edition of The Northern Light, re- 
garding a guest artist scheduled to 
teach a week-long course in waterco- 
lors at New Brunswick Community 
College in Bathurst from Aug. 12 to 
16. Tne telephone number given to 
reach contact persons Ron Gallagher 
and Gisele Noel was incorrect The 
correct number is 547-2786. The 
Northern Light regrets any inconve- 
nience this error may have caused. 



WHAT'S FOR DESSERT? 



Bruno Levesque ate his way to a trophy in the seven to eight year-old 
category of an Ice Cream Eating Contest held July 4 at the Bathurst Mall. 
Bruno 8, is the son of Gerry and Jo'Anne of BathursL The winners of other 
age-group titles were: Kristy McKinney (1 to 2), Andrew Black (2 to 4 
Jerrod Levesque (5 to 6), Darcy Sullivan (9 to 10), Christopher Doucet (1 1 to 
12), Kevin Doucet (13 to 16), and David Vienneau (17 to 100). 

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SPORTS 

The Northern Light, Wed., July 10, 1991 7 A 
JIM COUTURE 

NORTHERN LIGHT SPORTS WRITER 
PHONE 546-4491 





Bathurst Bushpigs' David Whelton tried to wrestle the ball away from a Fredericton Loyalist Saturday during the 
final of the Squeeler Cup rugby tournament, held at Coronation Park. Coming in to help out is Drew Norris (second 
from left). The Bushpigs claimed the championship, blanking the Capital squad 24-0. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

No double winners in minor ball 



Parity would seem to be the right 
word to describe Bathurst Minor 
Baseball Association action during 
the past week. 

With 10 games played, no team 
managed to win more than once. 

The Angels claimed their only win 
of the week July 2, a 12-6 victory 
over the Twins in a Beaver Division 
matchup. 

David Bourque was the winning 
pitcher in the contest, with the loss 
shared by Brian Jagoe and Craig 
Branch. Leading the Angels from the 
batter's box were Keith Landry, with 
a double, and Amy Wesenberg, with 
a single. Kyle Jamieson and Shawn 
Schiavoni led the Twins with a single 
each. 

The Giants defeated the Cardinals 
7-5 in a Mosquito Division game that 
same day, with Brian Boucher lead- 
ing the way with a double, a single 
and two runs scored. Eric Boucher 
stroked a home run to lead the Cards. 

The first of three games played 

1 "My & saw the Dodgers outscore the 

Cubs 17-12 in a Squirt game. Samuel 



Mallet paced the winning attack with 
a double, single, and two runs scored, 
while Rend Cormier was the big gun 
for the Cubs, with a pair of singles 
and three runs scored. 

The Yankees hammered the Dod- 
gers 25-7 in another Squirt Division 
matchup, with Chad Daley stroking a 
home run, two singles and scoring 
three to lead the winners. Chris 
Brown led the Dodgers with a pair of 
singles. 

Serge Duguay and Kevin Glazier 
teamed up on the mound to produce a 
16-4 win over the White Sox in 
Beaver action. 

The Twins beat the Angels 9-5 
July 4 in yet another Beaver game, 
with Kyle Jamieson and Scott Petrie 
registering the mound win and Rend 
Mazerolle, Neil Daigle and Scott 
Donnelly going down to defeat 
together. 

Leading the Twins offence were 
Paul Clement and Tyle McGrath, 
each with a pair of singles, and David 
Couture, Raymond Boucher, Ceima 
and Kyle Jamieson. with 



single each. David Bergeron stroked 
a double and Keith Landry a single to 
lead the Angels. 

The As blanked the Phillies 12-0 in 
a Squirt Division game, with Robyn 
Chamberlain stroking three singles to 
pace the winner's offence. Adam 
Chamberlain replied with a triple and 
a single for the Phillies. 

The final game played July 4 had 
the Expos edge the Indians 1 5- 14 in a 
Mosquito game. Jacques Roy poked a 
double and a single to lead the Expos, 
while Warren Melanson was the top 
hitter for the Indians with a triple and 
a double. 

The Bathurst Midget A team split a 
doubleheader with Chatham Sunday. 

Bathurst claimed one of the tilts 
4-3, with Rend Dugas tossing a 
four-hitter in earning the mound 
victory. Leading all local hitters was 
Jonathan Godin, with three singles. 

Chatham hammered Bathurst 12-1 
in game two, with Jamie Knowles 
tagged with the loss. Knowles also 
doubled as the team's hottest hitter, 
with a triple and one run scored. 




PARKWOOD ALL-STARS TRIUMPH OVER SOUTH 



The Parkwood Schooner-Pizza Delight Softball League all-stars pulled off a 17-7 victory Saturday in an all-star 
game against the South Bathurst Alpine Softball League. Paul Aucoin was the winning pitcher in the contest, Renald 
Regnier was tagged with the loss, and Chris Bums of the Wild Goose Guzzlers picked up the Labatt's Trophy as the 
game's Most Valuable Player. The Bathurst Fire Department passed the "boot" during the course of the game, raising 
$125 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Members of the winning Parkwood team include, front from left, 
Michel Douce t, coach; Don MacLaggan, third base; Glenn Morrison, pitcher, Don Berlin, catcher; Marc Theriault, 
shortstop; Mark Hachey, third base; and Greg MacDpnald, assistant coach. Middle row from left are Derryl Smith, 
outfielder, Brian Chamberlain, first base; Yves Daigle, outfielder, Bobby McDonald, shortstop; Pierre Daigle, 
pitcher Danny Pitre, second base; and Paul Aucoin, pitcher. Back from left are Mike Godin, outfielder, Jeff Gregson, 
outfielder; Jacques Boudreau, outfielder; Hermel Arseneau, catcher, Kevin Caissie, first base; and Chris Bums. 

Outfielder. (Northern Light Photo) 



Belledune 
inches closer 
to first place 



A pair of wins in Rcstigouchc 
Intermediate Baseball League action 
last week has propelled the Belledune 
Mooseheads into third place in the 
standings. 

The Mooseheads blanked the Be- 
resford Alpine Bees 10-0 and then 
dumped the Atholville Blue Pilch 
Royals 12-5 to move to within three 
games of the front-running Eel River 
Crossing Alpine Expos. The Expos 
sport an impressive 10-2 won-lost 
sale in the seven-team league, fol- 
lowed by the Campbelllon Merchant 
Hawks, 9-4; Belledune, 7-5; the 
Beresford Schooners, 6-5; Dalhousie 
Moosehead Dodgers. 5-7; the Beres- 
ford Alpine Bees, 2-4; and Athol- 
ville, 0-12. 

Other games played last week 
involving local teams saw both Be- 
resford teams go down to defeat The 
Schooners were edged 4-2 by Eel 
River Crossing, while the Alpine 
Bees were hammered 10-2 by 
Campbell ton. 

The Belledune squad will travel to 
Dalhousie Friday for a 6:15 p.m. 
encounter with the Moosehead Dod- 
gers, while on Sunday Atholville 
visits Belledune for a 2 p.m. matchup 
with the Mooseheads. 




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Bushpigs take Squeeler Cup 



Press 

By JOHN BUTLER 
BithurM Buthpig* 
Rugby Club 




At long, well-deserved last, the 
Baihurst Bushpigs have finally won a 
tournament. Not only that, but they 
succeeded in doing it i" the city they 
represent so ably and during the 
Bathurst Silver Jubilee Festival. 

The Fourth Annual Squeeler Cup 
was held at Coronation Park last 
Saturday. Visiting were the Kings 
County Lions of Nova Scotia, the 
Woodstock Wildmen and the Freder- 
icton Loyalists. 

In the opening game, the Bathurst 
Bushpigs faced the Kings County 
Lions. Although the Bushpigs were 
deep in the Lions end for almost all 
the match, a penalty in the Lions 
comer allowed prop Dave Whelton to 
power his way over the line (and 
several opponents) to open the scor- 
ing for the Bushpigs. Full-back John 
Bujold confidently converted the 
kick to increase the points spread 
from four to six. 

Nick Kossey raised the score to ten 
for the home side with a second try, 
which was also swiftly converted by 
the sure boot of John Bujold. 

Late in the second half Chris 
Vacardo of Kings County put the 
Lions on the board with a try, but the 
conversion missed. Bathurst con- 
tinued to threaten, and were also 
adept at clearing their own end when 
the Lions threatened. 
TEMPERS FLARE 

The game was slow, the rugby not 
of the best and the frustrations led to 
some very unnecessary roughness 
and fisticuffs. This is not a feature of 
this sport and is surely neither appre- 
ciated nor desirable. 

In any case, the game ended in a 
comfortable 12-4 win for Bathurst. 
Since the format was for two games, 
which the losers played for the 
consolation prize, the winners for the 
cup, Bathurst had ensured a spot in 
the final and nothing less than second 
place. 

The Fredericton Loyalists then 
blanked the Woodstock Wildmen 
18-0 in the other semi-final to gain a 
berth in the final against the 
Bushpigs. 
READY TO WIN 

By this time the Bushpigs' tails 
were up and they were ready to go for 
the 'brass ring'-even if it was their 
own cup. 

The first sign of how the game was 
to go came early, in a fine try by 
long-time Bushpig Matt Boucher. 
The conversion went astray, but not 
too much later Tim Forsythe crashed 
over to increase the lead to eight 



beautiful points. 

The practice and stamina instilled 
into the Bathurst team became evi- 
dent as the game wore on. Frederic- 
ton were by no means out of it and the 
Bushpigs had their work cut out to 
maintain their lead. On several occa- 
sions only desperate tackles and 
clearing kicks kept Fredericton from 
gelling on the board. What became 
evident, however, was that the home 
side were getting all of their share of 
the ball, and more. Moreover, almost 
all the play began to take place in the 
Fredericton half. Fredericton was 
still dangerous, but the Bathurst side 
was building up an inexorable 
pressure. 

Finally, Gordon Clark ran in a try 
which John Bujold converted to raise 
the points total to 14. Constant advice 



and instruction came from player- 
coach Derrick Snow, who was giving 
sterling service in mid-field. The 
Bathurst players responded, and in 
the second half Tun Forsythe scored 
a try which John Boscoe put between 
the uprights to put the Bushpigs a full 
20 points ahead. 
CINDERELLA STORY 

Just when it seemed that nothing 
could make the day any better for the 
Bushpigs. John Bujold took off from 
his full-back position, turned on his 
considerable speed and scampered 
three quarters the length of the field 
to ice the victory with a further four 
points. Something of a Cinderella 
ending then. 24-0 For the home team, 
in their home city, in their own 
tournament and during the summer 
festival. 



Lang, Maher after 
junior golf titles 

The top junior golfers in the province will converge on the Gowan Brae 
Golf and Country Club course early next week. 

Sunday will see the first round of the Provincial Junior Girls Team Trials, 
where the top four players plus an alternate will earn a trip to the nationals, 
slated for Ottawa next month. 

Monday's round will see pressure rise among the girls, as it serves as both 
the second of four rounds involved in the team trials, and also the first round of 

.c two-round Provincial Junior Girls Championship. 

The Provincial Junior Boys Championship wtll be determined Monday and 
Tuesday, with the two rounds also serving as the third and fourth legs of the 
six-round Provincial Junior Boys Team Trials. 

Reigning provincial champion Yannick Lang, who lives in Beresford and 
has dual membership in both Gowan Brae and the M one ton Golf and Country 
Club, will try to defend his title this year. 

Lang stood tied for second after the first two rounds of the team trials last 
week ui Moncton, three shots off the pace set by Denis LeBlanc of 
Bouctouche. Lang shot an identical pair of 76s. 

Gowan Brae's Kerry Maher, one of the top junior girls in the province for 
the past two years, will be out gunning for a provincial title as well. 

Maher has, during the past two years, fought down to the wire against 
Carrie Vaughan of Riverside. But this year the reigning provincial champion 
has moved up an age group, to Amateur. 

Senior title to McLean 



Local golfer Harold McLean has 
won the Northeast New Brunswick 
Regional Senior Mens Golf Tourna- 
ment, played at the Gowan Brae Golf 
and Country Club July 3. 

McLean shot a 76 to win Low 
Gross for the Field honors, edging out 
Ed Lagacd of the Resligouche Golf 
Club, who shot a 79. 

Winner of the Low Net for the 
Field title in the 79-player event was 
Blair Chamberlain of Gowan Brae, 
with a 63. Doran White, also of the 
host club, won the prize for the 
Closest to the Hole on No. 15. 

Gowan Brae's Division A winners 
were Gerry Arseneau, first low net 



(68); John LeBlanc, second low net 
(70); and Raoul Hachd, third low net 
(71). 

Division B top finishers included 
Jcannot David, third low gross (92); 
Jack O'Neil. first low net (69); 
Emery LeBlanc, second low net (71); 
and Dave Butler, third low net (71). 

Division C winners were Doran 
White, fust low gross (82); Vince 
Noel, third low gross (92); Kevin 
Mann, first low net (73); and Al 
MacMillan, second low net (74). 

Division D winners were Bill 
Keehn, second low gross (88); 
Claude Willett, first low net (72); and 
Ken Shirley, third low net (74). 



167-173 Main St. 

546-3371 




Joe Hachey 

I am seeking the support of Bathurst area residents as the Liberal 
candidate for the forthcoming provincial general election. 

I would like to invite all citizens of Bathurst interested in good, open, 
democratic government to join the Bathurst Liberal Party and participate 
as a voting member in the nomination convention next Aug. 1 8 to elect the 
Liberal candidate for this riding. Each member of the party has the right to 
vote in this very important nomination convention. Membership deadline 
is July 18. 

I have been a working Liberal for the last 30 years and have developed 
solid roots in this community where I was educated, participated in 
community affairs and was always available to assist individuals and 
groups enhance their daily lives. I am confident I will serve the riding in the 
highest standards of public service. 

The Bathurst area is on the threshold of a major economic resurgence. 
The district needs a strong, reliable and honest representative in the 
Provincial Legislative Assembly to assure that the future brings us 
prosperity and good fortune in all aspects of our lives. 

For more information, please call: Brian 546-3559 

Lucille 546-2638 

Anita 548-5171 

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Tennis fans have a right to know how much they won 



Out Of 
Bounds 

By JIM COUTURE 
Northtrn Light Sport* 




I'm a curious fellow, which is good 
in my line of work. So when a 
question goes unanswered it really 
hugs me, and 1 have a perfect 
example of (hat irritation. 

Exactly how much cash did Steffi 
Graf get when she beat Gabriela 
Sabatini Saturday to win the Wimble- 
don singles title? 

I wailed and waited for the an- 
nouncers to mention the amount, but 
they didn't. I didn't even see a cheque 
change hands. All I saw was the 



Duchessc of York hand Oral an 
aluminum plate, one which Her 
Highness didn't let go of until Graf 
listened to every "important" little 
word she said. Graf just wanted to 
hoist it above her head-as is the 
tradition-but nooooo; the Duchcsse 
just had to go and ruin it for her. 

I think the amount of cash she won 
is very important-maybc not to her 
but to me and every other ordinary 
joe who actually works for a living. 
The amount had to be over $200,000, 
so it wasn't small change. Anyway, 
that really ticked me off. 

And now, getting to the meat of 
this column: the Duke of Kent. 

This guy is a clone of Queen 
Elizabeth's better half, Prince Philip, 
and just the type of guy you 'd want to 



go shoot a couple ol games of pix>l 
with on a Saturday afternoon.. .not. 
His job description is simple: stand 
aside and let the real pants in the 
family through. 

You look up pompous in the 
dictionary and there's a mug shot of 
the Duke of Kent. I mean, he prob- 
ably infbtcs his stuffed shin and tries 
to deflate his head every morning 
before eating his corn flakes. I'd say 
this guy has to be the most pompous- 
looking person I've ever seen. 

Now I may be wrong about all this; 
he could very well be an all-around 
swell guy, but I doubt it I'm usually a 
pretty good judge of character. 

Did you know he's fourth in line to 
the throne? You know what that 
means, don't you? That and a quarter 




POINTE VERTE CLAIMS SILVER JUBILEE BALL TITLE 

A Pointe Verte seven to nine year-old team claimed top honors in the Bathurst Silver Jubilee Festival Minor 
Baseball Tournament played in Bathurst over the weekend. They defeated a team representing Petit Rocher 1 9- 1 3 in 
the final of the event, which attracted nine teams. Front from left are Jean-Rend Lagacd, R6mi Mac hi, Marc-Antoinc 
Guiurd, Eric Guitard, and Ido Arsene.au. Middle row from left are Yves Guitard, Marc Guitard (co-Most Valuable 
Player). Federic Roy (co-Most Valuable Player), Patrick Lejeune, Camille-Andrt Frenette, and Steve Lagacd. Back 
irom left are the coaches, which include Marcel Roy, Gabrielle Guitard, and Francois Lejeune. 

( North* rn Light Photo) 




PETIT ROCHER RUNNER-UP IN JUBILEE FESTIVAL BALL TOURNEY 

Petit Rocher lost out to Pointe Verte 19-13 in the final of the Bathurst Silver Jubilee Festival Minor Baseball 
Tournament held in the city over the weekend. Members of the runner-up team include, front from left, Jean-Philippe 
Roy, Robert Giroux, Slephane Guitard, Mathieu Vicnncau, Luc Roy, and Denis Degrace. Middle row from left arc 
Camille Guitard, coach; Jason Kirk (co-Most Valuable Player), Mario Boudrcau, Jason Hall (co-Most Valuable 
Player), Gino Doucet, Jonathan Roy, Alain Boudreau, and Jacques Roy, coach. Back from left arc coaches Patrice 
Boudreau, and Claude Giroux. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Antlerless deer 
draw deadline near 

The deadline for applying for 
antlerlcss deer permits is rapidly 
approaching for local hunters, Na- 
tural Resources and Energy Minister 
Morris Green said recently. 

"Applications for the 1991 Antler- 
less Deer Permit Draw must be 
received by 5 p.m., Friday, July 19," 
he noted. "Licences, application 
booklets and quotas for the draw are 
available at all DNRE offices and 
license vendors." 

About 20,000 anllcrless deer per- 
mits arc available in 20 of the 27 New 
Brunswick Wildlife Management 
Zones. Hunters will be allowed to 
harvest antlered deer only in Zones 1 , 
2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9. The boundaries of 
all /ones are outlined in special 
Wildlife Management Zone book- 
lets, available at locations where 
licences arc sold. The bag limit 
continues to be one deer per licensed 
hunter. 

"Individuals who have their name 
drawn for an anllcrless permit may 
harvcsl an antlerlcss deer in the zone 
for which their name was drawn, or 
an antlcrcd deer anywhere in New 
Brunswick that is open for hunting," 
Green said. "I encourage hunters to 
make their plans now, enter the draw 
and prepare for the 1 99 1 deer hunling 
season." 

The compulcrizcd anllcrless deer 
permit draw will be held in Frederic- 
ton later this summer. Successful 
applicants will be nolificd by the 
Department of Natural Resources 
and Energy. 




Pictured abovg Wendy Savole & Robert Comeau (Store Manager) 



Wendy Savoie of Bathurst was the lucky winner of the 
HOTPOINT Dishwasher. 

The HOTPOINT Dishwasher was given away during 
Lounsburys New Generation official grand re-opening of 
their Home Decore Centre. 

A special thanks goes out to all who participated. 




will entitle him to the phone call of 
his choice. All he has to say to people 
is, "Hey, I'm fourth in line to the 
thrown of England, don't you know", 
and he's impressed their knickcis off. 
Now that's power. 

Anyway, gelling back to the sub- 
ject of money. 1 just feel ihai the gross 
amount paid to these athletes should 
he discussed if only for the sheer 
lunacy of it. That much money should 
not be presented to anyone without a 
winning lottery ticket. Most of us 
would have to work at least a year- 
some of us eighi-to earn that much. 

The men's purse is even worse, 
hovering dangerously close to the 
$300,000 mark. 

1 think I figured out why the 
cheques are not officially presented 



anymore. Wimbledon officials prob- 
ably thought the practise detracted 
from what they feel is more important 
than money, if there ever was such a 
thing. They feel their title is more 
precious than cash, and so the two 
should not be put on the same playing 
field and judged. 

Nice sentiment, but I wonder 
which goes in the trunk of the car for 
the ride back home: the cheque or the 
trophy. Something to think about. 
NOT THE REASON 

My brother told me over the 
weekend that there was wild specula- 
tion regarding why I did not enter the 
tube race this year. 

I just want to sot the record 
straight: the rumor that there would 
be drug tests conducted following the 



race was not the reason for my 
absence. You just have to take one 
look at me to see that steroids and my 
body have never met. And anyway, 
half the lies you hear about me aren't 
true. The other half, well.... 

1 couldn't locate a tube due to my 
hectic schedule these past few weeks. 
That's my storv and I'm sticking to it. 



Many golfers involved 



Tee Talk 

By CHERYL BREWSTER 

546-5306 

Gowan BrM Ltdiet Club 




The main event at Gowan Brae 
Golf and Country Club in the next 
week will be the Provincial Junior 
Championship, which consists of two 
rounds of golf for both boys and girls. 

The event takes place on Monday 
and Tuesday, July 15 and 16. On 
Sunday, the girls vying for the pro- 
vincial team will be playing qualify- 
ing rounds, while the boys will be 
playing their practice rounds. 

Tomorrow Thursday a large num- 
ber of Gowan Brae juniors will be 
travelling to Campbcllton to compete 
in the Rcstigouchc Junior Field Day. 

Several local lady golfers have 
been active travelling around the 
province participating in various 
field days and invitational 
tournaments. 

Coming home winners from the 
Plaster Rock Field Day were Valeric 
Frenetic, 1st Low Gross in the First 
Division; Giselc Shaw, 2nd Low Net 
in the First Division; and Gabe 
Frcncuc, Closest to the Pin. 

At the St. Ignace Invitational, 
G is 'lie Shaw won 1st Low Net in the 
Firs'. Division; Gabe Frenetic, 3rd 
Lov/ Net in the First Division; Jo- 
hannc Bcpperling, 2nd Low Gross in 
the Second Division; and Margie 
MacDonald, 3rd Low Gross in the 
Second Division. 

This week the Provincial Ladies 
Golf Championship was held Mon- 
day and Tuesday at the Wcslficld 
Golf and Country Club outside Saint 
John. Gowan Brae members partici- 
pating were Kalhy Grebenc and 
Kelly MacDonald, in the Amateur 
ranks; and Valerie Frenetic, Giselle 
Shaw, Mary Gavin and Pat Mahcr, in 

Fans welcomed 



Everyone is invited to head down 
to Youghal Beach July 13 and 14 to 
lake in the Labatt's/Brasserie O'St. 
Pierre Invitational, a beach volleyball 
tournament not to be missed. 

A total of 32 men's and 32 ladies' 
two-person teams from throughout 
New Brunswick, as well as a few 
from Quebec and Nova Scotia, have 
been invited to take part 

Play begins at 9 a.m. each mom- 
ing, with six courts ready to accomo- 
datc the event. 



the Senior category. All six of these 
gals competed in Sunday's Team 
Trials as well. 

Tuesday's Ladies' Day play con- 
tinues to sec large numbers partici- 
pating. The July 2 prize winners were 
Mary Gavin, Marie Guidry, Pat 
Marier, Dot Berry, Mary Jane Som- 
mers, Marie Landry, Joan 
Arscncault, Florence Erskine and 
Gcraldine Boudrcau. 

Ladies arc reminded of several 
upcoming events: the Miramichi La- 
dies Invitational on July 27, with 
registration deadline on the July 19; 
qualifying round for the N.C.T.C. 
tournament, Wednesday, July 17; 
and the Gowan Brae Ladies Texas 
Scramble, July 26. This scramble is a 
nine-hole event with a shot-gun start 
at 5:30. Please register with entry fee 
at the bar by July 24. 

For more information on these and 
other events, members are asked to 
check the downstairs bulletin board. 

The Men 's Moosehead Pot of Gold 
Two-Man Scramble will be played 
on July 20 with a 1 p.m. shot-gun 
start. Deadline for entries is July 18 at 
1 p.m. 

The Bryan Keehn Memorial Fun 
Family Scramble will be held on 
Sunday afternoon, July 21. This 
nine-hole event will have a division 
for complete family four-person 
teams and one for adopted family 
teams. Entry fee is $10 per team and 
starting lime is 1 p.m. 




MELANSON ACES ONE 

A hole-in-one to a golfer is some- 
thing like a no-hitter to a pitcher - 
often thought of but seldom 
accomplished. 

Paul Me I an son, a top senior 
golfer at Gowan Brae Golf and 
Country Club, scored his holc-in- 
onc on the par three 15th hole last 
week playing in a foursome with 
Paul Lepage, Derek Knowles and 
Ken Shirley. 

Paul hit a wedge to the green, 
where the ball landed about a foot 
from the pin and was in the cup on 
one hop. Paul Lepage remarked 
that, with the way he's been 
hitting his irons, it was bound to 
happen. 

Ken Shirley said it was the first 
time he'd seen someone make a 
hole-in-one, and that it was quite a 
thrill to witness one. 

Paul Lepage's comment to 
Paul, "you're beautiful to watch", 
covers it all. 

Congratulations Paul, and good 
golfing. 



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Techno 90 earns pair of Parkwood wins 



Techno 90 was the only Parkwood 
Schooner-Pizza Delight Softball 
League learn to siring two wins 
together during the past week. 

Their first came July 2 at the 
expense of Brasserie O'St Pierre, 



which they dumped 7-4. 

Christian Doiron was on the 
mound to register the win, with Pat 
Murphy going down to defeat. Robert 
Chiasson led the winners with a 
triple, double and single, while Jamie 



Melanson stroked a double and a 
single to lead the losing side. 

Roger Theriaull led Techno 90 
from the mound in its second victory, 
a 16- IS decision over the Big D Blues 
July 4. Mylcs Coombs was the losing 



B.J. Furs up record to 11-1 



BEST BALL'S BEST 



The Seventh Annual Gowan Brae/Labatt's Best Ball Scramble was held at 
Gowan Brae Golf and Country Club last week, with local golfer George 
Willeit teaming up with Pierre Rossignol of Quebec City to finish ahead of 
105 other two-man teams. From left are Gowan Brae men's club captain Scott 
Poupart, Willett, and Rossignol. 

(Northern Ught Photo) 



BJ. Furs added further cushion 
between it and its opponents this 
week, winning both its Fabrication of 
Plaques City Softball League games. 

The league leaders, with an 11-1 
wpn-lost record, opened the week 
with a 14-11 win over the Bathurst 
Moosehead Dry Firefighters. 

Eddy Couture was the winning 
hurler in the contest, with Roger 
Hachey accepting defeat Leading 
the winners from the plate was 
Emilien Roy, wilh a home run and a 
single, while for the losing side it was 
Danny Boucher, with a triple and a 
single. 

Marc Andr6 Comeau led Brasserie 



u St. Pierre from the mound in a 1 2-9 
decision over C&G Smith Trucking 
in the late game. Going down to 
defeat was Kevin Peters. 

Penguin Club blanked Bistro Ter- 
rassc 6-0 in the only game played 
July 3, with Raymond Doucet strik- 
ing out 15 baiters in the seven-inning 
encounter en route to the win. Robbie 
Arseneau was on the mound for the 
loss. 

Terry Chiasson led the winners 
from the bailer's box with a triple and 
a double. Roger Arseneau stroked a 
single to pace Bistro. 

BJ. Furs closed off the week July 4 
wilh a 34-3 humbling of the Balhursl 



Moosehead Dry Firefighters, with 
Robert Frenetic claiming the win and 
the loss handed to Jean Claude Rioux. 
Leading the winners from the plate 
were Andy Chan, with a triple, 
double and single, and Ron Comeau, 
with two doubles and a single. Steve 
Lcbrelon stroked a double and a 
single to lead the firefighters. 

STANDINGS W L 

B.J. FUrs 11 1 

Penguin Club 9 2 

O'St. Pierre 6 5 

Bistro 4 7 

C&G Trucking 3 8 

Firefighters 1 11 



Tyson-Foreman bout could net fighters $15million each 



On The 
Ropes 

By "Wild" Ml HUDOH 




Mike Tyson and George Foreman 
will fight later this year, and the 
boxing people are already doing their 
paperwork for this one. 

The guy wilh the porcupine head 



said Tyson and Foreman could gel a 
large sum of money for this little 
showcase. Yes, you are right, their 
pay day could be as high as $15 
million each. 

Getting back to Foreman, I recen- 
tly met a big fan of his. Alvin Roy 
says Foreman will give Tyson a 
tough fight, but he does not pick 
Foreman to win. 

This guy was also a big fan of the 
great Joe Louis, who held the Heavy- 
weight title longer than any other. 



Louis held the title for 12 years, and 
defended il 25 limes. Alvin tuned in 
on June 22, 1937 when Louis won (he 
title in Chicago wilh an eighth-round 
knockout over James Braddock. 

Have a good day, Alvin. 
MOST SELFISH 

Mark Gaslineau, the former foot- 
ball player turned boxer and de- 
scribed by former teammates as 
perhaps the most selfish man on 
earth, announced at a recent press 
conference he's ready to become the 



next Heavyweight champion. 

He fought his first pro fight three 
weeks ago, scoring a first-round 
knockout. 

Gaslineau says he loved crushing 
quarterbacks but, deep down, has 
always wanted to become a fighter. 

Now, getting to amateur boxing. 
Moncton sports fans will be treated to 
a big boxing event July 26. 

It could be an Irish boxing team or 
an American boxing team, but thai 
doesn'i mailer. If it's the Irish team 



everything will be all green and Irish 
eyes will be smiling. The man at the 
top will be working this big event as a 
judge. 

My wife and I would like to wish a 
happy birthday to a special young 

lady, Sadie Morrison, who was 95 
years young last Sunday. 

"Wild" Bill Hudon is a member 
of the Canadian Boxing Hall of 
Fame and the Bathurst Sports Hall 
of Fame. 



hurler in this one. 

Theriaull helped his own cause 
with a triple, double and a sinrle 
during his turns at the plate. Jacques 
Boudrcau poked a pair of doubles and 
a single to headline the Blues' 
offence. 

Other games played during the 
past week include a 16-14 decision 
by Jim waiters over the Uptown Club 
July 2. 

Alan Furlottc tossed the winning 
pitches, wilh the losing ones credited 
to Michel Vienncau. Doug Hicks was 
the top hitter for the winners, with a 
pair of singles and a double to his 
credit, while Vienncau stroked five 
singles in pacing the Uplown 
offence. 

The Wild Goose Guzzlers opened 
play July 3 wilh a 12-9 win over the 
Uptown Club, with Hcrbic Scott the 
winning pitcher a' Michel 
Vienncau again on the losing end. 

Ken Ellis stroked a pair of singles 
and a double to lead the Goose 
offensively, while Ron Lejcunc hit a 
couple of singles and a triple in a 
losing effort 

Brasserie O'St. Pierre won by 
forfeil over ihe Wild Goose Guzzlers 
on July 4 to close out the week. 



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Bowling 
Update 

By EDWARD 

CHAMBERLAIN 




The bowling team captained by 
Lawrence Couture captured the 
Monthly Mixed Money Tournament 
at Chalcur Family Lanes Sunday, 
with a pinfall of 2,011 after four 
strings. 
Other team members included 

Sports 
On Deck 

?OFTBALL 

PARKWOOD SCHOONER- 

PIZZA DELIGHT SOFTBALL 

LEAGUE 

(All games played at Centennial 

Reid in Parkwood Heights) 

WsdMS**, July 10 
Wild Goose vi Right Spot 
O'SL Pierre vi Uptown Club 
Thursday, July 11 
Uplown Club vt Techno 90 
Big D Bluei vi Wild Goose 
Monday, July 15 
O'Sl. Pierre vi Jim Walters 
Rain due 
Tuesday, July It 
Jim Waken vi Big D 
Techno 90 vi Right Spot 
Wednesday, July 17 
Big D vi O'SL Pierre 
Uptown Club vi Wild Gooe 



6:30 p m. 
8:30 p m 

6:30 p.m. 
8:30 p.m. 

6:30 p.m. 
8:30 p.m. 

6:30 p m 
8:30 p m 

6:30 p.m 
8:30 p.m. 



FABRICATION OF PLAQUES 
CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE 
(All games played it the Bosca- 
Buraglia Held in East Bathurst) 

Wednesday, July 10 

O'SL Pierre vi Penguin Club 8:30 pjn. 

Thandsy, July 11 

Bistro vi Firefighter! 8:30 p.m. 

Monday, July 15 

Firefighters vs C&G Trucking 6:30 p.m. 

O'St. Pierre vi Bistro 8:30 p.m. 

Tuesday, July 16 

BJ. Rirs vs Penguin Club 6:30 p.m. 

Bistro vs O'SL Pierre 8:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, July 17 

C&G Trucking vs Firefighters 8:30 p.m. 

SOUTH BATHURST ALPINE 
SOFTBALL LEAGUE 



Wednesday, July 10 
Robert. v PJ.'i Pub 
Nigadoo vi Pitcher'i 
Monday, July 15 
ATS vi PJ.'i Pub 
Pitcher'i vi AJlard. 
Tuesday, July 16 
Nigadoo vi ATS 
PJ.'i Pub vi Robert. 
Union Centre vi Pitcher's 



6:30 p m South 
8:30 p.m. South 

6:30 pm South 
8:30 pm South 

6:30 p.m. South 

8 pjn. Robert. 

8:30 p.m South 



NEW BANDON MEN'S SOFT- 
BALL LEAGUE 

Wednesday, July 10 

Homibrook vs Scaly Hm 8.30 p.m. 

Sunday, July 14 

Knowles Bros, vs Jay's Place 1 pm 

G.N. Trucking vs CJ. Sharks 8 p.m. 

Monday, July 15 

Homibrook vs Knowles Bros. 8:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, July 17 

Scaly Ent vs O.N. Trucking 8:30 p.m. 

NEW BANDON WOMEN'S 
SOFTBALL LEAGUE 



Thursday, July 11 

Bin' Seafood vs Herb Knowles 

Sunday, July 14 

KI.B vs Robertvillc 

Tuesday, July 16 

KI.B vi EUii' Seafood 

BASEBALL 



8:30 p m 

6 p m 

8:30 pjn. 



NORTH SHORE BANTAM 
BASEBALL LEAGUE 

Wednesday. July 10 

Dathonsie vs Roberivillc 6:30 p.m 

Thuraday, July 11 

RobenviUe vs Beresford 6:30 p.m. 

Sunday, July 14 

Campbelhon vs RobertviUe 2:30 pm 

Monday, July 15 

Bainunt vs RobertviUe 6:30 p.m. 

WefdncfldaT Julf 17 

Berctford vi C4WT.pbcDlon 6:30 p.m 



Shirley Aubie, Denis Basque, David 
Doucet and Joyce Gallant The team 
received $1 00 for the win, with high 
single honors going to Couture, with 
a 164; and Aubie, with a 115. 

The runner-up team, with a pinfall 
of 1,978, was the one captained by 
Daniel Basque. That team, which 
collected $60, also included Eric 
Chamberlain, Mark Slevv. Bernie 
Aubie and Suzanne Harris. Third 
place honors and $40 went to Mel v in 
Harris' team with a pinfall of 1,975. 
Hi team included John Gray, Laur- 



ence Gallant, Marie Chamberlain and 
Nathalie Benoit. 

The next Monthly Mixed Money 
Tournament will be held Aug. 1 1. To 
register, phone Edward at 548-4455 
or Chaleur Family Lanes at 
546-6030. Make sure to leave your 
name and average, because the learns 
will be formed through averages. 

Chaleur Family Lanes is organiz- 
ing a tournament for seniors during 
the month of August. For more 
information, call Louis at 546-6030. 



Singles darts every Monday 



Singles dan play will begin at the August 
Union Centre in South Bathurst Mon- 
day night, and continue each subse- 
quent Monday until the end of 



Play begins at 7:30 p.m. and 
open to both men and women. 



is 



Last call for ladies softball teams 



The New Bandon Sports Associa- 
tion is searching tor ladies softball 
teams interested in taking part in a 
tournament, and the deadline for 
entering is today. 

The tournament, slated for July 19 
to 21 in Jancvillc, will see the first 16 



per 

the 
the 



teams accepted. 

The registration fee is $125 
team, with $300 set aside for 
winning team and $200 for 
runner-up. 

To enter, contact either Coleen 
Ellis at 546-204 1 or Peter Knowles at 
548-9122, 



BATHURST MINOR BASEBALL'S 



Player of the Week 




Adam Chamberlain 

Adam Chamberlain has the honor of being chosen the first Bathurst 
Minor Baseball Association Player of the Week for the 1991 season. 

Adam, 8, is the son of Brian and Christine Chamberlain of Bathurst, and 
plays for the Squirt division Phillies. 

The Grade 4 student at Parkwood Heights Elementary School lists 
baseball, hockey and basketball among his favorite sports, while his 
favorite hobbies include watching television, and collecting hockey and 
baseball cards. 



Sports card day 
set for July 28 

There is no hobby which has 
grown more popular during the past 
year than collecting sports cards. 

For that reason, the Village of 
Pointe Verte's recreation department 
is inviting all such collectors to its 
Collectible Sports Cards Flea 
Market, slated for July 28 at the 
municipal building from 12 noon to 5 
p.m. 

Persons interested in selling their 
cards can do so by reserving a booth 
for $15. 

For more information, or to re- 
serve a booth, contact either Danny 
Guitard at 783-3489 or Eric A. Hachd 
at 783-7973. 




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Here's something new tor the 
region, a cross-country competition 
aimed at both the competitive runners 
and those just out for some healthy 
exercise in the great outdoors. 

The event will be held July 27 at 
the Atlas Park tourism/recreation 
complex in Pointe Verte, an ideal site 
for such a competition. 

The day will begin with a four- 
kilometre walk at 1 p.m. Children 
under 1 2 will have to be accompanied 
by an adult 

The 10- km cross-country race be- 



gins at 2 p.m. Runners will begin the 
race by circling the one-km lake, run 
four kilometres out on trails into the 
woods, and reverse the sequence on 
the return to complete the 10- km 
requirement 

Registration fees are $4 for the 
walk and $10 for the run. 

Refreshments will be served to the 
competitors after the competition. 

For more information, contact 
Pointe Verte recreation director Eric 
A. HacW at 783-7973, or Clarence 
Cormier at 783-2018. 



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be received at the following address on or 
Before July 31, 1991 
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CARD OF THANKS 

DEMPSEY- We would like 
to thank family, relatives, 
friends & neighbours for 
gifts, money, Dowers, food, 
lor attending our 50th An- 
niversary & making it such 
a memorable occassion 
To Velma Silver & The Cal 
nan Band. 
isalee & Thomas. 

MILLER- I take this oppor- 
tunity to thank Dr. White, 
the nurses and staff on (he 
3rd floor of Chaleur Reg- 
ional Hospital for their care 
and kindness white I was a 
patient there. To all Ihe 
clergymen, friends and re- 
latives who visited, phoned, 
sent cards, flowers and 
treats. It has left an Imprint 
upon my memory, which 
will remain for a long, long 
time. Many thanks to you 
all. 
J Ekja Miter. _ 

Thank You to St Jude lor 
favors received. J.D.G. 

The family of the late Jean- 
Luc Bianchard would like to 
extend their sincere thanks 
and appreciation to rela- 
tives, neighbours, and 
friends, for their support 
during their recent be- 
reavement. Food, flowers, 
and cards were sincerely 
appreciated Please con- 
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IN MEIIORIA1I 

SPENCE In loving mem- 
ory of a dear daughter and 
sister, Marlorie, who 
passed away July 13, 1068. 

Majlkt im* of Ion Mo. loflfy, 
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ever since. Reward ottered. 
Call 546 4875 or 548-2161 . 



WANTED 



Looking lor a male vocalist, 
a guitarist, a keyboardist, 
(keyboaid available) Want 
to start Light Rock Band 
featuring 6O s A 70's music. 
II interested can Suzanne at 
5482346. 



WANTED TO BUY 



Looking to buy Fax ma- 
chine, retail ctothes rack, 
glass shelving, Humidifier. 
and wood barrel. 542-0612 
after 5pm 



WANTED TO BUY- 1975 
Honda CB 360 for parts. 
Call 548-2718. 



Would like to buy dirt bike in 
good condition for a 9 year 
old boy. 546-4003. 



SERVICES 



BRAD JENKS 

Backhoe Services 

Excavating 

Water & sewage hook-ups 

Septic tank installation 

Snow removal 

548-9271 



DISC 
JOCKEY 

Wide variety of 
music to satisfy all 
tastes. 

Phone 548-5105 
or 546-5250 



PHASER PEDDLE 
GENERAL CARPENTER 

Interior & exterior. Re- 
pairs & renovations 
Basements air exchan- 
gers, siding, roofing. pa- 
Do*, fencing I painting. 

546-3088 



I do drywall, taping and 
painting. Quality work, rea- 
sonable rates. Free esti- 
mates Call 546-4315. 



PRINTING 

LETTERHEAD ENVE- 
LOPES BUSINESS 
FORMS BROCHURES 
BOOKS LABELS AD- 
VERTISING MAILOUTS 
INVITATIONS POSTERS 

DIRECTORIES 

PROGRAPH 

548-8934 

300 Laurier St.. 
Bathurst, N. B. 



NORTHERN LIGHT 
CLASSIFIED 

$ 7. plus GST 

TWO DAYS 4 LINES 

INEXPENSIVE & 

EFFECTIVE 

Call 546-4491. 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



COJVGKATULATIOJVS 

on your 
40th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 

George & Phyllis 
Slater 

Love from 
Patrick, Nora & Kaitlyn 




FLOWER SHOP & GARDEN CENTER 

"Where the flowers are charming.... 

And the Price Is nice" 

TO SAVE MONEY 



ALL 
Shrubs 
S Trees 

25% Oft 



ALL 

Green Cross 
Products 

15% Off 



ALL 

Bark, Soil 4 
Manure 

15% Off 



2010 CARRON PT. OR. 

rooeriM, East Baihuni) 




SERVICES 



NORCO CONSTRUCTION 

Specializing in: 
Home Renovations 
New Home Building 
Teebar Ceilings 
Metal Stud & Drywall 
F : OR INFO CALL: 

546-2850 or 548-3565 



SERVICES 



R 



entennial 
renovations ltd. 



FREE ESTIMATES 

Specializing in Home Improvements 

Siding Patios Drywall 

Roofing Fences Cabinets 

SPECIAL SUMMER 

'91 price on a 60'x14' 

MINI HOME 
You decide on the floor plan 

DELIVERED & SET UP $31,298.60 
plus taxes 

546-5118 



HELP OFFERED 
GALS / GUYS! 

After you wash your dress clothing and you do not like 
to iron them... Bring your blouses, dresses, skirts, 
pants, shirts, etc... Tor EXPERT PRESSING to: 

^^-^ 

Rainbow 
Dry Cleaners Ltd/ 



640 St Peter Ave. 
YOUR ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY DRY CLEANER 

548-4440 



SALES & REPAIRS 



BaWHaMaVH^M 

All models of sewing machines and vacuum 
cleaners. Bags for all vacuums Scissor 
Sharpening, etc. 

340 Hennessy St. 548-9343 




STOTHART 

INUTE 



CONDITIONAL Llr-tllME GUARANTEE FREE 
INSPECTION- ESTIMATES INSTALLATION 
CUSTOM PIPE BENDING COMPLETE BRAKE 

SI 

355 MURRAY AVE. 




SERVICES S.V. SERVICES 



Window Cleaning 

Tree Trimming 

Property Cleaning 



Chimney Cleaning 
Lawn Cutting 
Pool Servicing 



CALL BEFORE JULY 30 AND PAY ONLY 
$55. plus tax For inground winterizing 
$35 plus tax For outground winterizing 

FOR FREE ESTIMATES ASK FOR STEVE 

546-3699 



HEALTHY HABITS 



: al the Balhurst Mnll <' 
Classes. All classes low impact. Certified Instruc 
tor. 1st Week Free. 

Call 5489101 



PLACEMENT AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATELY 

At Melanson Special Care Home 

Canada Ltd. 

Licensed 24 hour service, meal preparation, 
laundry, cleaning of rooms and more. Friendly, 
bilingual staff in a home atmosphere, write: 

P. O. Box 883 

Bathurst, N. B. 
E2A4H7 

or phone 5484546 anytime 




CAMERON 
CONSTRUCTION 

RENOVATIONS & NEW CONSTRUCTION 

Roofing Painting Patio Decks 
Kitchen Cabinets Minor Landscaping 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 
Don Cameron 546-6201 or 548-8374 



YARD SALES 



2 Family yard sale- Satur- 
day July 13th, 9am 1pm 
1276 Whelton Dr. Cancel It 
rain. 



2 yard sales both on Satur- 
day July 13th, at 9am to 3 
pm. 1- 2V4 miles past Air- 
port, the other 5 miles past 
Airport 



3 family yard sale. Sat. July 
1 3th Bam to 2pm. 775 Col 
fyn Cres. Behind Kinsmen 
Center In West. Toys, 
household goods, crafts. 



Community yard sale. Sat. 
Jury 13th being held on the 
grounds of Herritage 
Trailer Park. 2790 Bridge 
St, starting 10am, rain or 
shine. 



Sat. Jury 13, 8 a.m. to 11 
a.m.. 1250 Smith Dr.. Park- 
wood Heights. Rain date 
Sun.. July 14, 1 to 4pm 



Sat July 13th 9am 1pm 
MiramichiAve. * mile after 
Metro Gas Bar, right hand 
side. Rain or shine. 



YARD SALE -Saturday 
July 13tt). 10 am. 2060 
Brideau Ave. Two famines 
Microwave, child's dresser, 
toys, etc. 



Sat 4 Sund July 13 4 14. 
Bam. Big River Rd, accrosi 
from Bathurst Machine 
Shop. Rain or shine. 



Saturday July 13th. 9am 
305 Principal St Petit Ro 
cher North, near Murray- 
wood Park. Cancel if rain. 
783-3381. 



Yard Sale, Wednesday 
July 1 a Thursday July 1 1 , 
Bam. 558 Rue St Simon 



Yard Sale, Sat., July 13, 
starting at 8:30 a.m.. Petit 
Rocher, opposite God in 
store, beach area. 



Yard Sale- Saturday July 
13th, 8 am 3 pm. Before 
Bass River Bridge on Mira 
michi Rd. Right hand side. 



Yard Sale- Saturday July 
13, Oam. 258 Notre Dame 
Street. Cancel it rain. 



Yard sale- Sat. July 13th, 
8am. Green Acres Subd. 
Haggarty St. (North Teta- 

gouche). Follow the sign. 



GARAGE SALES 



Garage Sale- Sal 4 Sund 
July 13* 14. From 9 am to 8 
pm. At 91 a 94 Acadia St 

Grande Arise 



LANDRY CONSTRUCTION 

SPECIALIZING IN: 

ROOFING SIDING 

PATIOS & DECKS 'RENOVATIONS 

Free Estimates 

can CLAUDE 546-1682 




ATLANTIC HOME 
MPROVEMENTS 



1100 St. Peter Ave. 



Homequard 

VINYL REPLACEMENT 

WINDOWS 

Eliminate drafts, reduce heating 
costs. Easy to clean from the in- 
side. No mess installation. 
ProfessionaJly Installed 
Custom made to fit the opening 
Will not rust, corrode, warp or peel 

548-4646 



DAYMOND VINYL SIDING 

:.t;6ave:tJme';arxf money: with maintenance free] 
vinyl sidinfl you'll never have to^paint again 
Profe&stonall Insta/tod 

: . Lifetime ^Warranty *, 



'QUALITY WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED" 

FREE ESTIMATES WEEKENDS OR NIGHTS 



Roland Basque 
Manager 
548-2263 



Brian Lavigne 

Sales Rep 

725-5428 



Hick Moore 

Sales Rep 

546-6481 



Sal Jury I3tfi. 900 Edgew- 
ood (Park wood Heights) 
9am 2pm (not: Pool Items 
to all kinds of mceMa 
neous Items 




GAS TANK REPAIR 



BENNETT'S 

W Mrvto* i mod*, rate* mm tttm of ui*i kx 
on tf trufc*. ALL TANKS ARE REPARE D AND 
COATED AT THE SHOP ON BOUGH WATERS OR. 
SAME CAY SERVICE. LIFETIME GUARANTEE. 

NEW COA TO TANKS. WE AI so DO at PANS 



FREE 
ESTIMATES 



546-6280 



50 tt 



DAVE'S 
HOME & YARD SERVICE 

Firewood sawed t or spRt post holes t polls lawn mowing 

does trimmed garden tilling > yard clean-up trenching 4 
ditching minor to major hoots repair* small equipment 
service to complete major overall 

For more information call 548-5382 




ACE 

Bathtub 

Repair 

"Don't replace, repair" 

REPAIR, REGLAZE AND CHANGE COLOR 

ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE! 

We restore the original 

COLOR BRIGHTNESS SHINE 

Easier to clean than new... 

GUARANTEED 

Haven't You Done It The Hard Way Long Enough? 
ANYWHERE IN NEW BRUNSWICK 

FREE ESTIMATE 
SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS FOREVER WITH ONE PHONE CALL 

548-9459 



THE "HANDY MAN" 
548-0002 

Specializing in Exterior & Interior Cleaning 

Walks Windows Cement Work 

Driveways Debris left by the winter snow 

Lawn mowing 

House Painting (interior & exterior), etc. 
Garbage pick up Driveway Swept 

Leaves raked & bagged 
First lawn mowing included 

Reg. size lawn $35 - Medium $55 - Large - negotiable 

For more information or appointment 
Call the Handyman 548-0002 



ARTICLES FOR SALE 



I960 Bel tone electric guitar 
with garnet amp. $450. ; Ka- 
wasaki trail bike, 350 cc 
engine & many spare parts 
$450.; cassettes, $4. each. 
A/chie a Richie Rich comic 
digests, 15 to 55e each, 
548-8115 or 548-2753. 



1 Couch, fridge, 12 guage 
shot gun, pump action, 
laundry sink, Kenwood 
home stereo, Insulated 
toilet, kitchen table 4 
chairs. 540-3651. 



2 Hot water lurnaces, one 
oil & one wood. Good for 
house or swimming pool. 
Cal 783-2270. 



80 Inch queen size water 
bed. $200. Call 542-2812. 



-8 ft Cedar post 50 each 
-8 ft 2x5 & 2x4. De 
humidifier $70. Call 
542-1201. 



8 n cedar posts - 0.75$ to 
1 .00$ a piece Poteaux de 
cedre 0.75$ a 1.00$ du 
morceau 783-3264 



-Antique Love Seat & 
Chair- $200. -Antique Bed- 
Si 50. Call 7838010 or 
783-4721. 



Antique piano for sale, 
$1.600. Very good condi- 
tion. Cal 542-2823. 



Brides maid dress, cherry 
red. sz 12, 3/4 length, was 
$300. asking $150. 
548-4627. 



Buffet Clarinet Also York* 
weight lifting set, excellent 
condition. Cal 783-7416. 



Chevy 350 engine, reel 
' condition $175. Call 
7-1006. 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

Al Maple 

8' tenght 

$65. per cord delivered 

783-7076 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

All Hardwood 
8' length. 16" or 2' 

548-3958 



Firewood For Sale - Dry 
hardwood - $65 /cord. Call 
540-1122. 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft. lengths, $65 cord 
4 tt. lengths. $75 cord 

783-4650 
783-4583 



For sale - 30' while electric 
stove. Excellent condition 
Call 546-9381 after 3pm 

FREE Kitchen oil stove 
with 40 gallon od tank. Also 
wringer washer to give 
away 546-3113. 

Freezer, TV. wooden rock- 
ing chair. 5 wooden dining 
room chairs, living room 
chair. To view at 1136 St 
Peter Ave. 

Frigidaire (Mane) en bonne 
condition $150. Poele 
electric (or) $50 783-4576. 

Hot water furnace, very 
good condition. Call 
46-2870. 

House furniture tor sale, all 
kinds. Call 548-8298 

Kenmore washer for sale, 
$75. Good condition. Call 
548-2718. 



KINGSTON 
FIREWOOD 

Custom tplit wood, cut * 

split. 16. 18. 20 * 24 Inch 

length. Al beech I mapb. 

547-8105 or 

1-622-0765 



Large display cooler, good 
condition. Price $500 Can 



548-4886. 



Large sofa bed a chair tor 
sale with La Z Boy Also 
floor model color TV. Cal 
546-1201. 

Men's bikes: CCM 3 speed 
with tenders, chainguard, 
stand. Excellent cond $50 
10 speed, working cond. 
$25. Chrome grill for 1081 
Chev Pick Up Blazer $75. 
5466928 



Mixed firewood for 

$45 /cord Also Timberjack 
200 available for hauling 
wood. 548-9255. 

Office secy's desk $100. 
Sofa bed $75. Chrome 
table A chairs $50. for 
camp 20* color TV A stand 

$128 



Stereo for Sale. Receiver 
7220 PE Nad Cassett deck 
6340 Nad. Dolby B C NR 
HX PRO. C-D player 5340 
Nad with remote. Speaker 
B 4 w 550 with stand. 
$2.000. nag 783-7036 

Wood kitchen set with 4 
chairs, good cond $250. 
Wood living room set suit- 
able for basement $200. 2 
single beds $60. each 1 
double bed with new mat- 
tress A wood frame $250. 
Stereo $100. 783-8292 



FOR SALE 

Dining room set. 
solid wood, pin* or 
oak antique replica, 
very fine quality, al- 
most new. Fostex 
X-15 professional 
tape recorder. 

548-2097 



FRENETTE SPORTSCARDS 
Buying & Selling 

Sets - Boxes - Packs - Singles - Supplies 
Tel. 546-9466 Beresford 

Want list filled 
in hockey and baseball 



AUTO PARTS FOR SALE 



1080 Chevrolet Citation, 
V e motor, auto, trans. 4 
drs. Sell for parts. Call 
548-9306. 



Transmission pour camion 
1/2 ton Chev 350 
783-4033. 



TRAILERS FOR SALE 



1077 Craftsman hard top 
tent trailer, ilssps 7. 3 way 
fridge A stove. Good condi- 
tion. Call 783-3394. 



198019% ft Master Coach 
Trailer tor sale. 540-3278. 



Bus converted to motor 
home, sleeps 6. Good con 
ditton Cal 546-3812 or 
546-3676. 



MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE 



1085 Suzuki OS 550 ES 
(Katana) Price negotiable. 
Cal 546-5966 after 6 p.m. 



FOR SALE 

150 Van 

Motorcycle 
I buy if nblo 
to work on it. 
'or ;iny 

546-2369 



Advertise It In 

THE NORTHERN UGHT 

CLASSIFIEDS 

546-4491 



PETS FOR SALE 

Pekingese mix puppies. 
$100. each, 2 only, vacci- 
nation ind. Cal 548-2718 



SNOWMOBILES FOfl SALE 



1089 Alpine Skl-Doo, 
equipped will cab, drag, 
box sleigh winch Call 
725-2015 arter S p m 



EQUPMENT FOR SALE 



For sate. MTD lawn tractor, 
12 tip. with mower. Cal 
783-3464 altar fl p.m. 



LEASING 



AUTO 

LEASING 

Full ine of new Chrysler 
products. Immediate oelrv 
ery on most models Leas* 
can be tailored to suit your 
individual needs Quota- 
lions given on request 

PHONE OR VISIT 

BAYSIDE 

CHRYSLER DODGE LTD 
St Per* Am. Ph. St$tjQ9 



CHECK 
YOUR AD 

Please look over your 
ad the first week it 
appears making sun it 
reads as you requested, 
as this newspaper can 
tot be responsible for 
more than one inser- 
tion. Thank You 



The Northern Light, Wed., July 10, 1991 11A 



AUTOS FOR SALE 

1972 Ponttac LeMans con 
vertlble. $1.600 Call 

5469343 



1978 Cadillac, 
1 3954012 



blanc. 



1978 Chrysler New Yorker 
lor sate Call 546 8697 or 
546-2869. 

1960 Chevrolet Caprice, 
bonne condition. Prix a dis 
cuter. 548-2393. 

1963 Honda Accord 
$1,800 Call 5488603 

1984 Dodge Aries SE 
546 5281. 



1985 Ford Tempo, 5 spd. 
licensed, inspected, must 
sell Asking price $1.650. 
For Info call 548-4645 



SELLING YOUR CAR? 
Put It In 

The Classifieds 
546-4491 

BOATS FOR SALE 

18ft fiberglass boat. 115 
HP Mercury Motor, trailer, 
& etc Has to be seen to be 
appreciated No reason- 
able offer refused. 
546-4569. 



23 Ft. Woodstrlp boat, well 
equipod $6,500 Or good 
offer. Cal 548-8341. 



AUTOS FOR SALE 




SALES 
SERVICE 



BATHURST INTERNATIONAL 

Berea'ord 546-4515 



1986 Nissan 200 SX, auto., 
78.000KM, excellent cood . 
fully loaded $7.400 Auto 
sunroof. 546-2286 

1987 Hyundai Pony, one 
owner, lady driven, 160Ooc, 
Sspd, am/fm cassette, 
59.000KM Asking $3,3OO 
Call 546 5334. 



1967 Ponttac Bonnevilte. 
excellent condition. 59,000 
Km. Grey with black trim. 
$9.000. neg 546-9466 



1968 Chev Z 24. only sum 
met driven, very good con- 
dition. Asking $10.500. 
firm. 548-4657. 



TRUCKS FOR SALE 



1950 Chev V, ton truck 
(antique) Good condition 
$3.000. Sell or trade 
for???? 542-9376. 

1978 Ram Charger, 4x4, 
Labrador vehicle Body In 
excellent condition, 400 
motor, 87,000 km. $1.500 
548 9254 after S pm. 

1979 Chev. 6 cyl, Vt ton, 
short wheel base. Sid. on 
the floor. $600. Licensed a 
inspected. 546-4279. 



1984 Ford Ranger. 6 cylin- 
der. Call 646-9353. 



1966 Dodge Caravan. Tilt. 
cruise, Int. wipers, stereo. 
46,000 km. Excellent con- 
dition. $10,500. 546-2562 



1989 CMC VI Ion, 350 
engine, fulty loaded, with 
cap. $14,000. Call 
783-8292 



PARTS- 1978 Short wheel 
base V4 ton for parts. Good 
box. 6 cyl. motor, fenders. 
doors. 546-4279. 





2.5 to 275 h.p. motors Quick silver marine parts 
& accessories Special prices for commercial 
fishermen Call for prices on our good selection of 
used engines Sales & Service 



SEALY ENTERPRISE LTD. 
Clifton 



546-3977 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



Avon 



16 and over 

women or men 

Sell with or without 

a territory 
Sign up fee $17.00 

Free kit 
If interested 

Call 783-7110 



JOB OPPORTUNITY 
Part time Merchandiser 

Tracadie, Bathursl, 
Campoelton area. Late 
model car Hourly wage 
plus mileage Bilingual 
ism an asset 

Ptease forward resume to 

RRG 

P.O. Box 930 

Moncton, N.B. 

E1C 8N8 



Mature mm. hscensed 
plumber, pii* fitter, prop 



Of> experience. 27 years in 

*K^> tmf4n 'fflfl Qflfatfl * 



> Undercover Wear Lingerie 
has openings now. Excel- 
lent pay. Flexible hours, no 
Inventory investment. Call 
Carol Stokes 1-738-3554 



WANTED 

Nanny Housekeeper 
needed (or Down- 
town Toronto. Re- 
ferences & bilingual 
an asset. Non- 
smoker prefered. 
Phone for interview 

546-3163 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



SALES CLERK WANTED 

Must be willing to work evenings and have 
knowledge in health food industry. 

Send Resume to: 

D. Berry 

RR* 2, BOX 15, Site 17 
Beresford, N.B., EOB 1HO 



SALES OPPORTUNITY 

Maple Leaf Foods Inc ., Canada's largest diversified 
Food Processing Company requires a Sales Person 
tor the Northern, New Brunswick area in our Food 
Service Division. 

This person should have Food Service related Sales 
Experience and must be bilingual. We are looking for 
an aggressive, self motivated individual with good 
communication skills. 

ML Foods Inc. is a growing organization that strives for 
quality, service and customer satisfaction. 

We offer an attractive salary & benefits package, 
incentive program and a company car. If you meet with 
the above qualifications, please forward your resume 
in confidence to: 

food Survice Sales., and Marketing Manager 

P O Box 40 ' 
Moncton, N. B. E1C 8R9 

or fax to 
1 506 853-1782 



WANTED 

Bilingual Hairdresser or Barber 
Apply in person at: 

MAGIC CUTS 

1300 St. Peter Ave. 

Bathurst, N. B. 

548-9634 

ask for Sandy 



LEGAL NOTICES 



M THE COURT OF QUEEN'S 

BENCH OF NEW BRUNSWCK 

TOIAL [WISON 

JLOCIAl DISTRCT OF BATHURST 
CAUSE NO BAMM1 

ROBCHfUJO, QOMN. WILLIAMSON. 

nCRUULTa JOHNSTONE 

BanMent SoMort 

P O Boi 747 

OouglM Avenue 

BaftuM. N B 

E2A JZ (64MS21) 
N THE MATTER ol the Quieting ol 
TUet Act. being Chapter O-4 of 
tie Revbed Mute* of New 
Bmneiiifc*.. 197). at 270 amended 
end Rule* 70 ol tie Rule* of Court 
of New Brunt***. 
M THE MATTER of tte AppUca- 
on ol ALVERA NINI MELAN- 
SON. of tie Ory of BathurM. m the 
County ol QtouceeUr and Pio- 
of New Bnjnwk*. tor a 
i of TMe In Mepea of 
oattaki endt etoMM. Mng. and 



LEGAL NOTICES 



being el the dry of BatuM. In tht 
County of OkMcaeter and Pro 
nce of NMBrunewk*. 
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

UNDER THE OUtING 

OF TITLES ACT 

(FORM 706) 

ALVERA NMI MELANBON M 
meXeenappltaionbefoietieCoun 
at BarhureL N. B..on tie 1 day of 
Auguet. 1981. et 9:15 o'dock tor 
cenificale tiet the It the owner of 
land boated at tta Cty of Bethunn In 
the Couray ot Qtouoetler, Province 
of New Bfunewtt. M togal deecrtp- 
tton of when land la tel out In 
Schedule -AV 

I any penon oMmt an Mereal In 
tudi land, or any pen tweof. he 
nut tppeer at tie hearing ot tie 



natod. ether In pereon or by a New 
Bnmwtok lawyer ecMng on hit be- 
nd. 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



SALESPERSON WANTED 

Due to increased sales, we are now looking 
for another salesperson. 

Our company offers a base salary plus 
commission along with the many usual company 
benefits. 

To apply please send resume to: 



LOUNSBURY 



CHEV 
OLDS 



ATTN: Mike Roussel 

285 King Avenue 

Bathurst, N. B. 

546-3321 



DRAPERIES HORIZON DRAPERIES 

Seamstress required to do draperies. Couturiere 
recherchee pour la confection de draperies. 
Call/Appelez: 

Gisele Cote 548-5123 
2452 St. Peter Ave., Bathurst, N. B. E2A 4G8 



FULL TIME EMPLOYEE 
WANTED 

Cashier for video section, 30-40 hours per week. 
Must be bilingual. Apply in person at: 

J. L. Convenience & Video 
Top Tetagouche Hill 



Workers' 

Compensation 

Board 



Commission 



ffl/ji des accidents 



du travail 



SENIOR STENOGRAPHER 

CLAIMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT 

The Workers' Compensation Board is now accepting 
applications for the position of Senior Stenographer at the 
Saint John Office. 

Under (he direction of the Director of Claims Manage- 
ment Services, the successful candidate will organize and 
direct the activities of the departmental stenographers and 
perform secretarial duties for the Director and Assistant 
Director. 

The successful candidate must have completed High 
School graduation, supplemented by a commercial 
course with typing, shorthand and dictaphone. The ability 
'to transcribe and type from oral dictation and/or dicta- 
phone accurately at an acceptable rate of speed is 
necessary. Experience as a supervisor would be an asset. 
Must be able to type accurately at a rate of 50 wpm Oral 
interaction, reading and writing skills both in French and in 
English are essential. 

The annual salary range for this position is $25,371 to 
$30,010 with a complete benefit program available. 

Equal opportunity employer. 

Letters of application along with a resume must be 
received in our office no later than July 26, 1991 
addressed to: 

Personnel Officer 
Workers' Compensation Board 

P O. Box 160 

Saint John. N. B. 

E2L 3X9 



Any penon who Mend* to 
it If* hearing ol the pptcaUon and 
wWie* IB pieunt e tenoe to tup- 
pan hto paettan muM. no Merlhen 
the ttt\ day of AuguU 1891. 
a) It* naemert at 
dlm. verified by ailidalt. 
bgeth win copy of any do- 
cumentary evidence. In the office 
ot me Cteik at the Judttel Dletrtci 
ol Battwnl at the addiee* thown 



b| (erne a copy ttereol on the 
ppfcann Uwryv. Brant 0. Tner- 



The oWm ol any penon who doe* 

not me and MTV* in advene dain 
m be barred end tie We of tie 
eppfcant w9J become etoeoMe. he 
ol tie eaoeptton* or euaMlcetiom tet 
tanti In S. 18< i xcKd) el the OuMkig 
of TMM Ad. R.S .M B 1971 c.O 4 but 



Son. M tath m S.I*IM) <)<) ot 
the Ouletnp al THe* Act 



ere edvleed Viet: 
lo laeue dccu- 
11 the 



a) tiey ere 
mtitt and p 

proceedtog ki EngW) or French or 
trth; 

b) tie ejipBceni Mends lo proceed 
n tie EngMi language; and 

c) I advene datmanto require the 
aarvtoo* of 'an MeipMar el tie 
hearing tiey mui ea aoVtea the 
oMi upon IBng Na advene cttn. 
THUS NOTICE * Honed and sea- 

led tor Coon ol Queen Bench 
byOREOOTC BOUOREAU. da* 
of the Court at Bathunt. N. B.. on the 
Stl day Of July. 1991. 

OflCOOflE BOUDREAU 

CLERK OF THE COURT 

OF QUEEN'S BENCH 

OF NEW BRUNSWICK 

JUOCIAL DISTRCT 

OF BATHURST 

284 St Patrick Street 

P. O. Box 9001 

BMhuw. N. B.. E2A 3Z9 

SCHEDULE -A~ 
All AND SMOULAR that certain 
tot piece or parcel al land Uuala. 
lying and being In tie C*y of Batt- 
unt Cowry ol OtouoeMer and Pro- 
vim at New Brunei**, being mare 
pertouMy deu 



BEGINNING el s Meet tuner 
meiker eat at tie poM ol MenHcton 
ol the toulherly boooden/ ol Lavlgne 
SMel and the nortieejlen> ccrner 
at lend* ol Maurice Lavlgne: ttience 
107- 06 1f Wonilng tie touUwV 
boundary ol Lavlgne Sueet a ck 
lanoe of 22JS4 metert to a Meal 
tuney mejker let at tie nonhmei 
tarty comer ol UrxJt ol Thomet 
LaMgne; thence 197' 17 00* lo*o 
Ing tie weeterty boundary ol Thomat 
LMtgne a dktanoe ol 3 1 .960 mettn 
lo a poM; thence US' &7 4f 
WkMkig tie eoutheny boundan; ol 
land* ol Thomet Lavlgne a dtttance 
ol &.OS rnetera lo a tteel tuney 
maiker; thence 216* 47 45' Mov- 



OevM a dWence of te 7*8 
rneten to a Meet tuney mertier; 
tience 20T ZT 10* oonanutng along 
the weuerly boundary of WlUrd 
OevW 17.990 rnetert to a alee) 



COTTAGES FOR RENT 



2 Bedroom cottage located 
opposite Pokeshaw Island 
(Pokeshaw School House) 
Futy furnished. $2OO wk 
Cal 540-4004. 



Cottage for rent, Bereatord 
Beach. 3 bedrooms, fully 
outfitted. From Aug. 5 to 
Sept S. Cal 542-0170. 



Large 3 bedroom 

for rent Kent Lodge Bea 

Cal 548-25e5. 

HOBIE HOMES FOR RENT 

1 bedroom mini home, (usV 
furnished at Neplslgult 
Falls, near Brunswick 
Mines 540-3274. 
message. 



2 Bedroom mobile home. 
Fridge & stove Incl For rent 
or for sale Call 548 2823 or 
540-5770. 



3 Bedroom mobile home tor 
sale or rent 535 Kent Ave. 

Available Sept 1st Call 
540-9220. 



CLASSIFIEDS 

are a great way to 

BUY, SELL OR RENT 

CALL 546-4491 



BATHURST BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 

350 PEOPLE 
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES 

WHEN THE OCCASION DEMANDS THE IEST 



548-3858 



PLAZA 

LAUNDROMAT 



LTD. 



OPEN 7 DAYS/WK 8-10 PM 



CONVENIENT LOCATION 
FREE PARKING 
FRIENDLY STAFF 
CLEAN FACILITIES 



670 ST. PETER AVE. 

546-4180 




APPLE 

Autodass 



WINDSHIELDS 

COeNM MCt - MOUtTIMJU. - M HOCNTIAL 




LOOKING FOR SERVICE? LOOK NO FURTHER 
THAN TO THESE LOCAL BUSINESSES SERVING 
BATHURST AND THE CHALEUR REGION. 



Jean Marc Hachey 



CONGRATULATIONS 
BATHURST 
ON YOUR 

25TH ANNIVERSARY 
AS A CITY 

FROM THE FOLKS 
AT., 




PROUD TO BE A 
PART OF THE 

BATHURST 
BUSINESS COMMUNITY 



Supermoll 

Super Value 
Super Stores 



700 St. Peter Ave. 




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MARINA 

INC. 
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V WEEKEND 

M July 19th to 21 st 
I LIVE BANDS I 
NIGHTLY & WEEKEND PASSES 

548-4423 

EVERYONE IS WELCOME 




St. Hubert 

Bar-B-Q 



FULLY LICENCED DINING ROOM 

TAKE-OUT SERVICE 

548-4413 



KENT AND WHITE 

MIUDANCf IIHtl LTO 




csmc:^ 

PROMPT PKOFESSIONAL SERVICE 



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548-8994 



Jamieson's 



4 locations 
to serve you! 



Cv ELECTROLUX 
1L^ CANADA 

Qerard Lizotte 

Minager / Gcrlni 

OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE 

FOR DEALERS: 

CALL US: 

546-4429 

040 St Peler Ave. Bafhursi Kl.B 



/$ BATHURST 



AUTO PARTS & 
MACHINE SHOP 



AUTO PAFTTS 
PAINT SUPPLIES 
REBUILT ENGINES 



MON.-FRI. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
SAT. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 



548-4505 




LOWER SHOP A GARDEN CENTER 
Where tht flowers are charmino 
me ddK-ery it free 
And the price to nice ' 

OPEN 9 TO 5 MON. to SAT. 
2010 CARRON PT. DR. 

(near ThenaJTe Grooeriee. East Bathonr) 



548-2173 



VIP INVITATION 

BATHURST BOWURAMA LTD. 

2020 StPMer Avt 
Bathenl. N B 

546-2020 

BOWL ONE STRING 
GET ONE FREE 






OKI Pt PERSON PER DAY 
PUBLIC BOWLING ONLY 



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LEGAL NOTICES 



turvey nwtwf; thence 2*' 6ff 30T a 
dWanoe of 28.063 melera lo >M 
tuney me*er ; thence W & 4S 1 a 
dMenoe ol 34490 melera lo I Meel 
luney meiher eel the ou*tea* 
ol land* ol Maunoe 



Lavlgne; thence 1 7* 49 1 0- (oaowlng 
the eaneriy boundan; ol land* ol 
Maurice Lavtgne a dlelance ol 
it OK mewn to the poM u the 
place ot beginning. 

ALL AS SHOWN on Butting Lo- 
caaon Suney ol prernke* to be 
eoaveed by Donald Metan*on pr 
perad by AMn N. Doucet. N.B L.S . 
dated June 27. 1966. Job No. 



BEING end Mended lo be the 
tame lend* and pfemJae* conveyed 
to AVera NW by J a Touchl* t 
Aiiorielai Lid. by deed dated June 
9, 197 and legkMred In the ofllce st 
Vie Regttar ol Deed* tot Qkxwee- 
ter County on the 4Bi day ot July. 
AD.. 1981. at Nuntm 227013 In 
VoUne 1*69 el Pag* 330. 

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE 
TO: DAVC BASQUE *nd BEHNCE 
BASQUE Mongagon. owner* ol the 



AND TO ALL OTHERS 
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 

THERE WILL BE SOLO AT 
PUBLIC AUCTION. the Otouce* 
ler County Court Haute, 254 St. 
Petrtc* Street. BethunL N.B .. on (Si 
John Street entrance), on Jury 23rd , 
ltd at 104* a.m local tine, the 
Fnehotd property (kueted In Rough 
Water*, ki tie Parteh of Bathunt In 
the County ol Qtouoener end Pro- 
vlnoe of New Brunewk*: *aM prop- 
erty being mom particularly de- 
crfeed ki a mMgage Iram DAVID 
BASQUE and BERNCE BASQUE 
to C I. B C. MORTOAQE COF4PO 
RATON, dated September 3rd. 
1967. and Registered In the 
Qtouoeeur County RegMiy Office 
on Septamter 8th 1917. at Nunfcer 
i85iei. ol Volume 1124, al Page* 
444 to 4S2 

Sale conduced ounuant to Vie 
Properly Act, R S N B 1973. Ch. 
P 18. amended and the lenm of 



DATED at Bathunt. N B 
17ft day of June, 1991. 



C.I.B.C 



MOHTQAQE CORPORATION 
PER: Michel A Roblchaud 
SoUdlor lor tie Morty^gon 

For lurtier Momtalon 

pbate contact: 

BOBICHAUO QODIN. WILLIAMSON 

THERIAU.T t JOHNSTONE 

Barntier* t Sotdlon 

BohuniL N. B. 

Tel: S4 8821 

An n: Michel A Robtcheud 



NOTICE Of MORTGAGE SALE 
10 S t HC DINGS LTD, BIG 
RIVER HOLDINGS LTD. and 
9441 4 N.S. IMC, Mong.or*. own 
en of the equKy of wMmptlon; 
TO. 03 ISM NOUVEAU BRUNS 
WICK LTEE. pWnut named In a 
Certlloate of LI* Pendem. 
AMD TO ALL OTHERS 
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; 

THERE WILL BE SOLD AT 
PUBLIC AUCTION, tn Bloc* at the 
QJouoealer County Court Houee. 
2&4 St. Panel Street, main entrance, 
rear annex. BatnunL N. a. on Wed 
netday.th*7thdayolAugu*L 1901. 
at 130p.m. local ttme. the Freehold 
property iiualed al 207 King Av- 
enue. Bathunt. N.B.. Hid property 
being more partlcularty JeKibert In 
a mortgage from S * E Holding* Lid 
lo Federal liuelnee* Development 
Bank, dated Auguet 16. 1996. and 
(egktered *\ the OJouce*tet County 
Rei*try ONIce on Auguel 16. 1969. 
a* Number 196061, of Volume 1197 
at page* 171-190. te we* at the 
totowlng Chanel* a* are detortoed In 
a Chanel Mortgage dated the I8h 
day ol AugutL 1991. Mod In the 
record* of the County of QJoueeeiet 
on Auguet 16. 1999. at Number 

imt 

1 Hood Fan 

1 C02 SytMm, ESR. 30. 3OA 
Serial No. 909337 

2 Wafc-ln cooler unu 

1 ToaMf Roejitf. Seray Eo^DMnt 

t Pbza Oven 

1 Beer Cooler 

1 KeMnattr MUk dtapemer 

3 File Eitinguahei* 
1 Outdoor lgn 

13 Table* 
44 Chain 

G%he*. pant t acceaeorle* 
Sale conducted punuam lo the 
Property Act R.S.N.B.. Ch. P- 19, a* 
of taM 



E 



NOTICES 




I 



HOPITM. REGIONAL 

CHUlfllR 

REOCNAl HOSPITAl 



NOTICE 

Because of Dr. W. DaBrowska's 
temporary absence, the Chaleur 
Regional Hospital Administration 
requests that all patients undergo- 
ing treatment with her get in touch 
with their family physician so that 
they may continue to receive 
follow-up and treatment as 
needed. 

Dr. DaBrowska. who ensures 
patient follow-up in Oncology 
(cancer treatment) is expected to 
return to Chaleur Regional Hospi- 
tal in the future. 

We regret any inconvenience 
caused by this temporary ab- 
sence. 



TENDERS '.w;^.- : 



BATHURST REGIONAL 

AIRPORT COMMISSION INC. 

R.R. * 2, BOX 365 

BATHURST, N. B. 

E2A 3Y6 

TENDER CALL 
AIRPORT 7-91 

AIRPORT FENCING, BATHURST REGIONAL AIRPORT 

Sealed Tenders will be accepted until 3:00 p.m.. Tuesday. 
July 23, 1901 in the bid box located in the Airport 
Manager's office in the Air Terminal Building. 

Bidders are responsible to ensure the bids are deposited 
by this time. Bids received after the specified time shall not 
be considered. The only lenders that shal be considered 
wi be those in the special envelope provided by the 
Commission. These torms may oe obtained by writing to 
the Bathurst Regional Airport Commission, R R. * 2, Box 
365, Bathurst, N B . EZA 3Y6. Att: Alyre Boudreau - 
Airport Manager or by calling (506) 546-5206. 

Al enquiries about Airport 7-01 shall be made to Alyre 
Boudreau at the above address and/or phone number. 
A certified cheque or bid bond to the amount of ten percent 
(10%) of the bid MUST ACCOMPANY each Tender bid. 
Failure to do so wil disqualify bid. 

The Bathurst Regional Airport Commission does not 
commit itself to accept either the lowest or any of the 
Tenders received, nor to, incur any obligation or costs of 
any sort to tie Tenderers. 



BUSINESS FOR SALE 



FULLY COMMERCIAL LOT & BUSINESS 
FOR SALE 




Ideal Car Wash Ltd.. 3 heated bays, all equip- 
ment to remain. In prime location. '/ block off St. 
Peter Ave., comer Evangeline & McDonald 
Streets. Price negotiable. 

For information call: 

548-4217 

P.S. Mrwrt. Nnklng of taking your severance pay? 
Meal Car Waar) ) tw idee! retirement package 



MINI HOME DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE 
BATHURST AREA 

Excellent line of Mini Homes at competitive prices. 

Commercial Units 

Unlimited profit potential 

Protected territory and full factory service 

Existing dealer inquiries welcome 

Please Contact: 

GENERAL EASTERN HOMES LTD. 

283 Church Street 

Amhsrst, N.S., B4H 3E2 

Attn: Chnstene Dunfield 

Sales Manager 

Tel: 902-667-1600 
Pax: 902-667-0212 

Twenty-five successful dealers currently selling 
our Mini Homes in Atlantic Canada. 



mortgage 

DATED at HaWu. Nw 
on June 27th. 1981 
SIGNED. SEALED AND DELIV 
ERED 
n the pretence ol 

FEDERAL BUSINESS 
DEVELOPMENT BANK 
PER: A* Aflomey 
N. Lawlard 
MMnjM 

For farther mlomnxxi 
pleeet aonud: 

ROBKMAUD. GOOIN. WIUAUSON 
THEHIAULT a JOHNSTONE 
Barrtilert t Sokflon 
Bhunl N. B. 
Tel: 6*88821 
Our Fie FOI27 
Al'n: Harry H. Wlmoo 



LEGAL NOTICES 



TENDERS 



TENDER CALL 



Mwwtu 



TENDER #91-03-32 

Tender* arc MAciMd tor In* 
CONSTRUCTION OF ONE 
SEMI-DETACHED UNIT IN- 
CLUDING SITE WORKS AND 
SERVICES: 

LOT MA, ROYAL STREET, 
DUNLOP, PARISH OF BE 
RESFORD, N B 
Tend* documents shal be ob- 
tained by prim* contractors at 
NEW BRUNSWICK HOUSING 
CORPORATION, 12S MAIN 
STREET, BATHUHST, NB, 
E2A 1AB TELEPHONE 
A refundable $50 
deposit it required. 

Scaled tender* plainly Identi- 
fied wil be received at tfw 
above addree* unbl 2:00 P.M., 
FRIDAY, 19 JULY 1991, at 
which time a public lander 
opening wil be held. 
Tenders will only be accepted 
from builders registered with 
the Atlantic New Home War- 
ranty Corporation. Each tender 
must be accompanied by a 
security deposit in the torm of a 
10% surety (bid) bond or a 
certified cheque in the amount 



of $10000. 
The lender procedure will be in 
accordance with the Crown 
Construction Contacts Act. 

Lowest of any tender not 
neotstarUy accepted. 

Honourable Peter Trite* 
Minister 



CMHCTISCHL 



SALE BY TENDER 
CHURCH PROPERTY 

St GabneTt Miuon Church in 
Mitchell Settlement, N.B. 
A- All wood wucture-in very 
good condition. Church it buirt 
about 100 ft from road. Drive- 
way* on both tidM of church 
with a good perking area 
I- Area of land- approi. 3/t 
acre i Dimensions 380 It facing 
Mitchell Road. 400 ft deprh ol 
lot Partially cleared balance 



C- Tenders win be reviewed by 
our "Church Committee' and 
their decision wil be final. The 
owest lender might not be (he 
Tender chosen. 

Al Tenders must be re- 
ceived by the Committee. Clos- 
ing dale. August tSttv 1M1. 
Tenders MM lo. 
CHURCH COMMITTEE 
CO CHAIRMAN Ben G A SMITH 
P.O. Box 19 
Jacquel River. N.B. 
EOB 1TO 



BIRTHDAY WISHES 



BONNE FETE 

9 Juillet 




J'al pea oublu*e 




HAPPY 22nd 

July 10 
Denise 

from the gang 
at work/ 
GOTCHA; 



SttZI sexy 
At sixty 




HAPPY BIRTHDA\ 

Dad 

July 11 

Love. Alma 

and the kids 



Looking 
Mighty Keen 

at . 
Sweet 16 




HAPPY HWTHD/iy 

Sergt 
.July 10 



I2A The Northern Light, Wed., July 10. 1991 
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



1 Bedroom apt Riverside 
Dr With Iridge & stov 
Unheated Call 5464281 

1 Bedroom apartment in 
apartment complex, near 
NBCC & downtown Call 
Louis at 5469621. 

1 Bedroom apt lor rent Rue 
du Pare, Beresford Fridge 
& stove ind. $300 /mo Un 
heated Call 548 2527 

1 Bedroom apt tor rent, 
furnished, available imme- 
diately Also rooms for rent, 
men only. Call 546-6656 

1 bedroom apt partly furn- 
ished Heat & elec incl. 
Miramichi Road. 1 person 
only. $325. mo., non 
smoker 548-4713. 



1 Bedroom apt at 245 Si 
Peter Ave Furnished, laun- 
dry facilities $335 /mo Un- 
heated 546-3492 or 
546 3425 or 548 4869 



2 Bodroom apt. Parkwood 
Heights, private entrance 
$350 /mo Plus heat Call 
548 3698 after 6pm 

2 Bedroom modern un- 
neated basement apt. 
Large windows $330 /mo 
Call 546 6568 or 548-5693 



2 BEDROOM APT 

Parkwood Heights, ex 
tra large Nice & clean 
& very bright. Lots of 
storage, closet & cup- 
board space, private 
paved drive, fenced 
yard, laundry hook-up, 
etc Available now 
$3 75 . mo . Non- 
smokers only. 

548-5015. 



1 bedroom apt, centrally 
located in Beresford, fridge 
& stove. $381 mo. Heat & 
elec. not incl Call 
5429053 

1 bedroom apt, fridge & 
stove, hot water, lots of 
cupboard space, quiet lo- 
cation King Ave , near post 
office. 546 6604 or after 5 
p.m. 546-6430 

1 bedroom apt, laundro- 
mat, no pets, available end 
of July. 546-9127 

1 Bedroom apt, heat, elec , 
stove & fridge Incl West 
Balhurst. 546 5345 

2 BEDROOM APTS- New 
Management- Some Reno 
vattons. Near Bewlarama, 
fully or partly furnished. I 
Starting at $325. / mo 
Electric heat NOT ind. Call 
546-5347. 

2 Bedroom apt, fridge & 
stove Incl. Sunset Dr. Near 
Hospital. $325./mo. Un- 
heated CaH 548-2836 



2 bedroom apt on Suther- 
land Ave, unheated 
5464281 

2 bedroom apt on Suther- 
land Ave Unheated 
546 4281 

2 bedroom apt on Riverside 
Dr Fridge & stove. Un 
heated 546-4281 

2 bedroom basement apt 
with large windows. 
$360 mo 548-5159 

2 bedroom heated apt with 
fridge & stove 546-2343 
alter 5pm. 

2 bedroom apt on rue Prin- 
cipale Beresford, paved 
driveway, patio deck, stove 
& fridge incl. $400 mo 
Avail Aug. 1st 548-4804 

2 bedroom apt, fridge & 
stove included. Private en- 
trance Manor Park. Avail 
able August 1st 546-4347. 

4 Bdrm apt. very large, 5 
mm from U.N.B Frederic- 
ton, excellent for students 
546 9986 or 1-452 9339 



Beresford - Appt A louer 2 
chambres a coucher 
ChauHA et 6clair6 
$450 mo 5422864 apres 
5pm 

For Rent- Bright, spacious 
2 bedroom basement apt 
with extra large windows 
Fridge & stove incl 
Washer/dryer hook-up 
Parkwood Heights Non- 
smoking adults only No 
children or pets. Available 
immediately $400 /mo. 
Elec. NOT Incl. Call 
546-9736 or 542-1106 

Large 1 bdrm basement 
apt Petit Rocher Sud Ac 
cess to Beach Elec. not 
Ind Cable & snow removal 
ind 783 4908 

Large 2 bedroom apt in 
1 Dunlop. Heated, cable TV, 
fridge & stove NO children, 
NO pet*. $475 /mo 
783-2015 after 5pm 

Modern 1 bedroom apt. for 
rent Heat & elect, ind., 
furnished Location 188 
Main St Call 546-9742 or 
546-5349 after 6 pm. 



New 2 bedroom apt in Be- 
resford. Fridge A stove ind. 
$450 mo plus utilities. NO 
Children. 546-2474. 



2 Bedroom apt, fully furn- 
ished. Available immedi- 
ately Call after 6 p m 
546-6881. 



CHECK 
YOUR AD 

Please look over your 
ad the first week U 
appears making sure it 
reads as you requested, 
as this- newspaper can- 
not be responsible for 
more than one inser- 
tion. Thank You 



NEW APARTMENTS 

Closest thing to a house in an apartment, large 2 
bdrm . tndqt' (4 stove, private driveway, washer & 
dryer hook up. extremely quiet location. 280 
Millhaven Ct. 

- At'-H 'ivo large ijenovated 2 bedroom apt on 2 
floors, very well designod New hardwood floors, 
kid hen, dining & living room with patio door & 
deck Also sun porch Washer & dryer connec- 

St Peter Avenue 

Call us 548-8897 (office) 
548-8507 or 548-5936 (other times) 



Appt., sous-sol, Vallee 
Lourdes, 2 chambres a 
coucher, poele A refrigera 
teur Indus, pas chaufle, 
pas edaire 783 299O 



Partly furnished 1 bedroom 
apt Heat, elec. & cable Ind 
No pets. Adults only. 
546-9290 after 5:30 p.m. 



I Small basement apt, cent; 
jjly located in Petit Rocher 
Suitable tor elderly lady liv- 
ing alone. $325 /mo Avail 

| able Aug. 1st. 783-2275. 



Spacious 2 bedroom base- 
ment apt. Fridge & stove 
Incl. $350 /mo Call 
5460201. 



Triplex a vendre, sltue A 
Vallee Lourdes. 783-2990 



2 bedroom basement apt, 
unhealed. 144 Munro. 
Available Aug 1st. 

546-3411 

3 Bedroom duplex lor rent, 
$4i5./mo Heat NOT ind 
Call 546-3170 

3 Bedroom apt, 1405 
Sunset Dr. $410 /mo Heal 
& lights Ind. Call 546-6505 



3 Bedroom modern un- 
heated apt In Brick Bunga- 
low $440. /mo. Call 
5466568 or 548 5693 



Ground floor apt with full 
basement. 1264 King ave, 
2 bedrooms, dining & living 
room A glassed in veranda. 
ADULTS only need to 
apply 546-5662 



Upstairs 2 bdrm. apt., with 
or without fridge A stove, 
hook-up for washer & dryer. 
Adult & security building, 
Appleby St., utilities not 
ind , $455 /mo 546-5115. 

Bachelor, t A 2 bedroom 
apartments lor rent Call 
548 8054 or 548-2979 



Large 3 bedroom apt. 

Large windows. Beresford 
$450 /mo Elec. Ind. Aval. 
Sept 1st CaN 546-6165 



CHIASSON MANAGE! 

APT. FOR RENT 
646 Chalmers Ct. 

1 or 2 bedroom apartments Fridge & stove 
supplied. Adults only, no pets, $325. and $350. 
month. 

Call 548-8193 or 548-2366 




KENNY'S 



1, 2 bedroom apartments & bachelor apartment for 

rent. Available immediately. Located downtown. 

Call: 

546-3309 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

546-9315 or 548-8654 
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Apts lor rent, located in 
Bereslord. Fridge A stove 
Ind. 2 Bedroom heated 
$450 /mo 1 Bedroom un- 
heated S335 /mo 2 Bed- 
room basement unheated 
$3OO /mo. 1 Month deposit 
required 546-6775. 

Available now, large un- 
heated apt. 235 Munro St 
Fridge A stove supplied 
Adults only, no pets. 
5488307. 



3 bedroom basement 
apartment lor rent, 
$395 /mo 547-1096 

Bachelor apt located in Be- 
resford, fully furnished. 
Available anytime. 
548-8568. 

Bachelor apt., completely 
furnished, hot water, 
shower A tub, quiet location 
King Ave., near post office 
546 6604 or alter 5 pm 
5466430 



BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starting from $220.00 
per month. Apply at the 
front desk of 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



Beresford - appt. a louer, 2 
chambres a coucher Dis- 
ponible mamtenant 
546-0127 or 548 2394 



Best location next to Met 2 
Bedroom basement apt 
vacant. Nice oak kitchen, 
quiet executive home. 
$450 /mo Heat, cable, 
fridge A stove 546 4655 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Westmount Apts 
Bachelor Apts. only 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

Downtown - 1 1 2 bedroom 
apis , newly renovated with 
hardwood floors, new laun- 
dry facilities ample park- 
ing, mdge I ttov*. un- 
heated. damage deposilre 
quired. Adult building. 
St. Andrew - t bdrm apts , 
laundry hook-upt in apt., 
tndge stove, unheated. 
damage deposit required 
Adult building 
EDDY HOUSING LTD. 
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
5464631 



APT. FOR RENT 

1 budroom apartment tor 
35 mo unhiMtt.'d 
555 Apploby Struct For 
mo'i; information call 
5463170 



APT. FOR RENT 

860 King Avenue, 
2 bedroom apart- 
ment, fridge & 
stove, off street 
parking, secure & 
quiet. Please call: 

548-8176 



APT. FOR RENT 

Excellent location on Park- 
side Or . ideal tor one per- 
son or couple Very quiet, 
dean t bright. Fridge a 
stove. Available July 1st 

546-3216 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 

ONE AND TWO BEDROOM 



ROOMS FOR RENT 

1 Room for rent, girls only, 
centrally located In Down- 
town Bathursl. Call 
5465484 

Room for rent, near Cana- 
dian Tire Call 546-2130 

Room for rent, West Bath 
urst. Call 546-9608 



ROOMS FOR RENT 



Room for rent Near Belle- 
dune Call 783-7371 after 
5pm ask lor Raymond 

1 Room for rent, girls only 
Completely furnished. 
Kitchen, living room, bath- 
room, washer/dryer & cable 
TV. Call 546-5484 



ROOMS FOR RENT 



Rooms for rent near NBCC 
and downtown. Kitchen fa- 
cilities Call 546-9621 



Rooms for rent, girls only, 
private entrance. Call 
546 9290 after 5:30 p m. 



BUILDINGS FOR SALE 

Large building on corner of 
Bridge St i Sutherland 
Ave. Over 4000 sq ft floor 
area on 1.06 acres. 
$28,000. Phone 548-9336 
or 548-5245 



COTTAGES FOR SALE 



3 bedroom cottage si- 
tuated in Petit Rocher 
Spacious beach front lot. 
783 3693 after 6:00 pm 



One tour room cottage lor 
sale on two acres of land in 
the Pokeshaw area. 
548-8426. 



COTTAGES FOR SALE 



Cottage for sale (must be 
moved) Located in Clifton 
Size 24(1 x 32fL 2-bed- 
rooms Call Haines after 
5pm at 546-9798. 



CLASSIFIED AD 

Phone 546-4491. 



WE PAY 
YOUR MOVE! 



CENTRAL 
GUARANTY 




Buy your new Kent Home 
and we will take care of your move! 

When buying a new home, you U have many detail* to 
take care of such -u change of address, phone, hydro, cable. 
Insurance, banking and maybe schools. Not least among 
these tasks is the move itself! 

With the purchase of your new home, we win notify 
Hoyt's United Van Lines team of professional movers when to 
pack, pick up, and unpack your household belongings. 
Should you wish to use Hoyt's container service, you can 
receive up to 80 days of free storage. We want your move to 
be easy with the purchase of your new Kent Home. This is a 
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HOUSES FOR RENT 



REAL ESTATE 



RESIDENTIAL 

BERESFORD Immaculate multi-level 
Jpllt Ckae to school. 3 bedrooms up. 
lower level completely flnhhed. only 1 
year old. New price, vendor trans- 
ferred (MLS) Call Franclne. 

JUST GETTING STARTED? Comfy' 
2-itorey. 3 bedroom home In East 
Bathunt. PRICED TO SELL. Don't mte 
tr* opportunity. (ExcO CaH Renee. 
SOMETHING EXTRA SPECIAL 
Contemporary executive home on 
large private beach tost just minutes 
from downtown Bathunt. Can for 
more Information. Must see to appre- 
ciate. (Excl) none*. 
2M AVE DU PARC 1 Vi itorey. great 
starter home. 40*$.. garage. CExcO 
Carta. 

9*5 HAY CRES. 100x100 lot. fire- 
place. Murt be K*t TOY (ExcO Carta. 
19 ST. PIERRE CRES. Front split. 3 
bedroom's beautiful oak kitchen and 
dining, patio doors 80's. (Excl) Carta. 
ROGERS ST. Bungalow. 2 bedroom 
apt. In basement, great location for 
Income property. 70'. (Fjccf) Carta. 
NEW LISTING Ready to move In on 
Riverside Drive Immaculate 5 bed- 
room. 2'A bath bungalow. Basement 
completed with excellent taste View 
of city and water from deck. (ExcO 
Karen. 

NORTH TETAOOUCHC Beautiful 4 
bedroom spit entrance home, only 6 
year* old. Situated on an acre lot. A 
great buy at orty $79.900. Adrienne. 
(ExcO 



DUNCAN ST. Situated on a large lot 
on a quiet street, thk 2 bedroom 
home is renovated and beautiful to 
show Oak cupboards, hardwood 
floors Can Adrlenne. (Excl) 
SEAWINDS S JBD. Lovely three 
bedroom bungalow located on a 
extra large lot, double paved drive- 
way Close to all amen/ties (Excl) Col 
Chortle. 

SQUIRE PARK Two storey three bed- 
room executive home. Double car 
garage. This home features quality In 
and out. For a showing can Chorle. 
CExcO 



AGENTS 



CHARIES VIENNEAU (Assc. Mgr.) 

546-9571 
GERALD DRYSDALE 544-5818 

pager 1-558-3248 
CAROi. ALBERT 546-8094 

pager 1-558-6319 
CARLA BOUCHARD 548-4628 

pager 1-558-5454 
MONA PAYNE 546-6742 

AORIENNE PURE 546-9376 

RENEE BURAGUA 548-5*35 

KAREN VIENNEAU 546-9571 

FRANCINE FOURNIER 547-1094 



WEEKEND AGENT 



Carol Albert 
546-8094 



CENTRALTTGUARANTY 



TRUST COMPANY 



1120 St. Peter Ave., Bathurst, 547-8844 



Agent on 24 hour answermq service. 



1 Bedroom house lor rent. 
Fridge & stove ind. Pabl- 
neau Rd $250 /mo Call 
5488910 



2 Bedroom house lor rent. 
East Bathurst. Call 
546-4559 after p.m. 



3 bdrm. house, Landry 
Lane. $575 /mo Fridge a 
stove Ind. Utilities NOT 
Ind. For appt 783-2020 



3 Eledroom house tor rent, 
unheated, unfurnished. Off 
Riverside Dr. West Bath- 
urst. $575. /mo. Call 
548-2940. 



HOBU HOMES FOR SALE 



1973 Mobile Home, t2 x 
54 New roof, new cedar 
blocking Call 548-9967 or 
546^5045 



Mobile home on Lakeside 
Or. Kent Pond Park Newer 
(ridge, stove & air condi- 
tioner. Clean 2 Br Re/Max 
agent Call Sandra Glrard 
548-4655. 

MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 



3 Bedroom house tor rent, 
455 Laurier Street. Call 

5463264 



DUPLEX - Brand new, 3 
bedroom hungalow, gar- 
age, full lot, excellent loca- 
tion In East Bathurst, dose 
to schools, church & shop- 
ping. On Everett Cres. 
$600. mo. heat/hydro extra. 
Aval. Aug. 1st 783-401 : 



Home to rent- Between 
Malls In Seawlnds. 

$690 /mo 4 4 Bis Vacant 
548-4656. 



House for rent August 1st 
to end of June 1 992. Furn- 
ished. 783-4942 after 5pm 



MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 



2 Bedrooms, electric heat, 
newly renovated interior. 
For sale immediately #18 
Blrchgrove Park, Beres- 
ford. Has fridge, stove, 
washer A dryer. $17,000. 
neg. Open house Wed. July 
ton, 2-9 pm and Sund. 
July 14th 2-5 pm. 
5469159 



For Sale - Mobile home, 
garage & lot Mine Road 
$20,000 548-9381. 



FOR SALE 




EXCELLENT BUYI 

1079 Mobile Home 14' x 68'. 3 bdrms , excellent 
condition. Baby bam ind.. $25.000. firm 548-3580. 



LOTS FOR SALE 

1.6 acres on Sutherland 
Ave. 400 ft frontage with 
lots Of trees Asking $8.700 
Phone 548-9336 or 
548 5245 



LOT FOR SALE 

Building lot with view of 

6 mile brook, in Middle 

River. 

120' wide x 498' long 

546-3858 



LAND FOR SALE 

2 terrain 4 1 campa vendre 

a Nicholas Denys. 
1 395-4612 



LAND 
FOR SALE 

Large corner lot on 
Youghall Drive. For 
information call: 

548-5133 or 
546-1 208 after 6p.m. 



LOT 
FOR SALE 

Youghall Beach 

Prime Location 

100' x 110' 

Suitable for 

Cottage or home 

Call 

1-452-7218 



YOUGHALL BEACH 

Prime Location 

100' x 110 ' 

Suitable for cottage 

or home call 

548-9711 



Squire Green Golf & Country Estates 
& Squire Park Sub-division 

.-Where the Action is! : 







5 New ^ 

Homes 

Under Const. l 



Starts 
planned 
for July. 



That's 
Action 



That's 
Action 



Over 
70 

Completely 

Serviced 

lots.. 



We can 

help 
plan, design, 

& finance 
your new home 



Ron Doucet 

of Lando Const 

is one local 

builder who is 

building a quality 

home that b 
FOR sale NOW 



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ON 



VISIT OUR OFFICE TODAY! 

1290 RIVERSIDE DR. 546-3309 

OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS 1 - 5 AM 



Lot ol land located on road 
to Nicholas Denys, accross 
from Madlsco Rd. Com- 
pletely wood cleared, tot- 
airy serviced with deep well 
A sewage, double en- 
trances 245 x 250 $6,000 
neg. 546-3540. 




590 Archibald St.7890 Victoria St. 

Full security system, washer & dryer facilities, fridge 
& stove, outdoor plug-in. Call: 

LUPA MANAGEMENT 

548-8341 



25 acres on Sutherland 
Ave. lots of trees A brook 
running through property 
4,000 ft. frontage. Open for 
offer. 548-0336 or 

548 5245 



MUST SELL 

I Oi ,i!' 

Pool H 

Approx 

, 

546-4537 



SERVICE LOT 
FOR SALE 

536 College Street 
Petit Rocher, Doucet St 
Brideau Subdivision 

546-3593 

Brideau Realty 




Terrain a vendre, Dunlop 
Sud, 5 acres. $10,500. ne- 
gotiable. Tel: 548-8102. 



LAND FOR SALE 



LAND 
FOR SALE 

i arge < c-ror lot on YouqiMi 
For mfo'm.ition call 
548 5133 or 

546-1208 
alter 6 p.m. 



Bayshore Realty 

j^ Member of the Multiple Listing Service w 



845 ST. PETER BATHURST 
6 ptex, electric baseboards, ten- 
ants, pay utilities Call us for more 
information. 

PRICE TO SELL! 

170 MELANSON DR. 

Live In this newly renovated home 

as a family or allow to' 2 separata 

income. Two separate lots plus an 

inground pool. Priced In (he 60's 

263 MCDONALD AVE 
BERESFORD 

3 bedroom house in good condi- 
tion extra large family room in 
basement Close to ad amenities 
(MLS) Asking in the 60's 

PINE ST. SOUTH TETAOOUCHE 
Good starter home features 3 
bedroom up, 2 In the basement, 
electric baseboaro neat Carport 



18 UNIT MOTEL PLUS Manager's 
apartment 684 Victoria St., Dal 
housie Great investment prop- 
erty, for husband and wife team 
Priced to sell. 



42 ACRES OF LAND 
TEBUSINTAC HILL 
Area great for hunter's camp. 
$11,000.00 

PARTIALLY FURNISHED trailer 
and land on 1 acre lot Carron Pt 
Priced in the 20's 
NEW USTlNQ 
387 ST. JOHN STREET 
1Vt storey older home, 4 bed- 
rooms, good starter home Great 
buy In the $30's 
BUILDING LOTS 
432 ft frontage on Carron Pt. Vi 
mile to beach Deep well ands 
eptx, $14.500. Beach tot in Petit 
fiocnDr 



BARBARA 



HUGH CURRIE PAT BARRIAULT 

546-9309 546-3599 GUGGENHEIMER 

LYDIA VALLE VAL WARD BILL NOBLE AGENT 5464196 

no 



NEW LISTING 

Completely renovated, winterized 
cottage on Youghall Beach, (Kent 
Lodge area) new breakwater, pa- 
noramic view of the bay. (Excl). 

APPROX. 1 acre building lots for 
sate on Christie Rd just of Kent 
Lodge. Ca/l for more informtion. 
NEW USTlNQ 

Duplex located in downtown Bath- 
urst Priced in low 40'. 

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 

(EXCLUSIVE 

Located In downtown Bathurst 

Commercial rent on ground floor 

and 3 apartments on 2nd floor. 

Call for more information 

BUILDING LOT 

Morrison Court, (Prestigious loo- 
lion) off Carl drive, Youghall Pr- 
iced to sell. 

525 ST. PETER BATHURST 
(EXCL) 

1H Storey house feature*, 3 bed- 
rooms House needs repairs, 80 ft 
frontage on St Peters. Asking 
price 50.000. 



546-9913 



The Northern LiRhL Wed.. July 10. 1991-13A 




WE FINANCE..... 



M*M M eta** wthoul note*. 



OPEN HOUSE 

Sunday, July 14th 

2:00 pm - 4:00 pjn. 

787 RUE CHAMPLAJN 
ELLAVTSTA 8/D BERE8FQMP 




A charming 3 

1% Horsy houss 

mated In Potnte Verte. 
New sklng. new roof and 
new cherrSTey. Asking In 
(he towtfTs. (447-7 ExcD 

OWNER MUST SELL... 

Make ia on offer on fha 
dupte* dtuated on a cor-. 
net tot In Darssford. which 
could be zoned commer- 
cial Jurt reduced fo TOY 
(396-6 



.. 

3 bedroomi each, one d 
compteteV fumehsd with 
teparate drivewayi. 3 
**d rwnaWng, tfuatod 
In Pfcflf Rocher on Main St. 
E;0 



BUILT.... For 

appreciate a 
pacloui environment 
Orsy 4' basement but ol 
ipoce needed tn fr* 56' > 
bungalow 3 bedroorrs. 
2 berthi. living room and 
easy den. extra lam mod- ; 
m kitchen p*j 136' xlV 
mud roam. (447-4 MIS) 

IAL BUILD 

(NO Swing on 2 COW loh 
it* 3.200 q ft. brand new 
busrJna boated at a HI 
Way 3r. Complete detah 
to qualify biryen onty. 
JMMMUI 

WHAT A MAUTY SttDng 

ona 1 ocretot. onry 8 yn ofc) 
2 itorey toed brtck 
horn* feature* doubt* gar- 
age. hardwood floort 
INoughOut den with flre- 
i. formal dining room 
2nd much much more. 

J^-_ -, , I - | - i-i a I n i, 

Tor complete OOnJSL 
(452-4 Ec I) 



HONK BUY- 

Ihbb you chance, 
attractive 1* itoMyhouM 
eluated h a quiet retkJerv 
tto) neighbouihood. Feo- 

. |__ ~_^ UkAh^M J^JT-H 

lures large Un.rieii ana 
dhsnQ area. lurvv fcrina 
room, 3 beoroorr and 3 
piece bathupsfakt. Com- 
pietery renovated. New 
elec We panel and heating 
Irntaied thU year You nrxt 
tee rhta houM to fuKy 
appreciate!! AHcxerxr> 
ten special at $64X10000 
3W-Tl E0 



VACANT LOT 2ar*i8tr 

fuod dot* to beach m 
Point* Verte. Ideal for 
txJkJng your Kjnmer or 
peimanent reactance. with 
spectacular v<ew of BAJE 
WCHAlUR.CIcsetorwVY 
134. Murt be Men to be 
appreciated Aiklng 
SI 2.000.00 and negot" 

able. 

INCREDIBLE VIEWS II 
Beautiful 3 beOroom. 2 
bain. 3 yn ott ovwtooUng 
th Bate d Chessur. Ultra 
modern Kitchen with 
cathedral celling. Rec 
room and Office/den 2 
oarogei The attached 
one feature* a muN level 
deck on top allowing 
georgoui view. A MUST 
SEE! (44MMLS) 

t MONTHS OLD NO 
O.S.T. Protenlonaly 
npprotesd at WZOOO Aik- 
Ing $89.900. and it in 
neooctabte. Thh 4 bed- 
room horn* feature* 2 
bathroom and fabuloui 
kitchen with built-in 
appliance* Lower level 
aso hat rec room and 
kitchenette to could eoy 
be rented (391-6 Exd) 

TIRED OP PAYING 

. At 149.90000. It* 



MOUSE WITH A VIEW 3 

yr otd houw cvertooUng 
rVer and Barerford beach 
Th front ipUt feature* par 
quet and cushion toon. 
tpacloui Mng and dlrtng 
room with patio doon 
leading to a verandah. 
Kitchen hoi oak cup- 
board*. two bedroomi 
and bctowto MajnRood 
ood SnoppciQ C^jotro. Thfe 
roomy nouw b tried at 
WOjOaXOO Cat today for a 
tfwwtnal (406-11 EcO 
MMMKSS MAN'S SPE- 
CIAL... TcteOuT stand 
tocolod In a print? ipot at 
Chai*uf Mall Excl.nt 
opportunity fbf th> ntre- 
prr>*ur and clientele 
ouarant*xj tor the right 
pecoo. Spec laiWno In pou- 

---- * ____ - 



Me*. A bargain at only 
S20JOOO.OO (396-11 ExcO 
NICE STAJtTER HO*HE 
InqutetGreenAcreiSobd, 
North Tetagouch*. Large 
lot with temtOrcular drive- 
way. Tnb nouw has an 
extra large kitchen and 
very targe bathroom New 
kite hen coblneti and floor 
kig. (401-14 ExcD 
MOMU WITH LAND... 
Sitting on a lOO'.lSO' lot, 
TM*I 2 DOQfOOfn rnoble hoi 
etectrtc heating and new 
Mpflc fyitem Settny f ex 
S22JOO. It abo Includw 
Wage, ttove. deep freeze. 
alrcondmonerondbedln 
mart*r bedroom 
REDUCED Thb 3 yr old 
bungalow on an acre lot b 
up far grubs. Struoted 5 
mn from Town. Hanunten 
room. ipockx kltet- 



itorey home li on excelent 
otlemarVe. Enjoy mosquito 
eason with the icreened 
In front wn porch. Paved 
dnVeway and an unat- 
taarwd gang* b a bonutl 
Ink oould b* youn and r i 
to the City UrrHh. Call 
today! (429-7 MLS) 



en. etc Col now. (367-6 
MLS) 



bedroom*, fjrv 
bhed Dawm*nt. ^uKj^e, 
bUK-klt, hardwood floor. 
pawed double driveway, 
wood itove. Ktuated In 
We*t Bathunt. Col now for 
(396-6 ExcO 



OVER 130 PHOTOS OF AVAILABLE 
HOMES AT OUR BATHURST MALI. LOCATION 



.1100 81 Peter Ave. 
Bathuret 



546-680U 



"MS*" 



SUZANNE LANTEIGNE 
CLAUOEttE MALLAI8 
KIMBERLY CLARKE 



54M17S MIKE RICHARDSON 

S4W081 KEVIN IRVINE 
548-2018 FLORIAN BOUCHER 



542-1408 
727-4146 



RF/UnX RF/HKK RF/MKK 



FEATURED HOMES 



BEL LA VISTA 
M4 McDonald 



NEXT TO POLYVALEKTE 
AND COLLEGE 
BsstfrU 3 bedroom brick 
hotTst) MHttl BKhftd QaVMM. 

Gel Sandra Jean S46-M6S 



1N NOTRE DAME ft. 

BsauMul nswsr home ready 
tor occupancy. (fAS) 



ONLY (51,000 00 (MLS) 

Vacant 



QMATCMaKIKtAL LO- 
CATION wnh warshouM, <X 
sees and show room. Good 
aoosss off SL Peisr Avenue. 
Cal Sandra Ofsnl. 
USINE3S 

OPPOfTTUNTTY (EXCL) 
Buy a Mure) Ticket and B- 
beoco boot) m mell can pro 
Me good aslary pkN quriy 
buM up. CaH Sand Jean 
Orard. 

NEW LT1NO 
BELLEDUM- CURRY DR. 
2 bsdroom recent^ reno- 
WJsd. 2 acre* w* pnVaM 
beach. Completely ind 
seeped. Dont rmt ihw on 
Cal HI Connolry for detail! 
foW LfaTMO 
EHESFOHD 
2M JACQUES ST 
4 bedroom. fMshed base 
msnt. baby bam. good stts 
oamsr tot Wsl prtowi snd 
ready be moved Into. Ca 
H Comely for deata 
MWUBTfMO 
MBUMBFOMO 

rr PIERRE CUES 
Esospaonal view from the 
seek overtooMno ts lagoon 
and Bay of Chet** As- 
wjnue from apartment Extra 
large M on Laooon. Cal 
Sandra Jean 64S-46SS. 

atOWLBKUfT* 

PONO PARK<MLS) 

fcaremely dean 2 bedroc 

and stove, sir oandhtaned. 

Csaslsm pries for fast sale. 
Rwsly osn you fM a horn* 
here under lio.ooo Cal 
Ssndra Jean Qlrard today. 

S4A-4fl66 

COTTAOE CAHON PT. 
BEACH Sandy beach 2 
bsdroom furnished, well 
spec end 3 pc beth Cl 
Sandra Boudreau today 

* ACRES FRONTWO ON 
SOUTH TITAOOUCNI 
ROAD Runs ID ih R-v 
frani M rd deared Beautiful 

oounty (ooason near Brport 

Cal ike Ptoat 

ONI YEAR OLD (MLS) 

> bedroom bun ite "i22 

K7Lrs.You1lwantlDise 

Us ens. Cal Sandrs Boud- 

raau far me 



LAND AVAILABLE 
IN THE FOLLOWING 
PRIME LOCATIONS 
Bndo Street 

Sycamore Street - only 
27,900 - near Hospital 
Squint Park Lot - $17,000. 
New Subdivision - Point 
Vertt - Wwerfront 
Leisure ESSMSS - UHon Bras 
Riverbank 113.000. 
MUdto River on Six Me 
Brook 

NORTH TET AGO UCHE 
RENT) 

Ultra modern executive 
home kx rani, 3 badjoonn t 
sunken MAQ room, hard- 
wood and ceramic flooring, 
built In appliances. Can 
Sandra Boudreau for desrili. 
al M83428 

MIDDLE RIVER 
RIVER FRONT (EXCL) 

Assltavtce with flnandng 
avaHsbHI Qrsat 26i40 mo- 

b^ on ipedacJar riverfront 

property. OVsr an acre of 

lend. Donl miss Ms one, 
priced In the M's. CaH 
SvrirsBoudrsau for more 
Informeson. 

WUTMOUMT HDOMTS 
(EXCL) Uhra modem horn*, 
horn* fesiurei extra large 
dining area, exceptional 
kiicfien. hardwood Itooring, 
Tf. betw. Indudho hvos In 
suhs wtt) Jaoouxl and pow- 
der room. Hrsplaos. (ranch 
doort and much mors. 
Horns It brand new. Cal 
Sandrs Boudreau for mors 



GOURD 

S4MW5 

MARC 

WCOT 

M4-ZM4 



SANDRA 
BOUDREAU 



. 

COMNOUY 
S4S-7373 

REUAX Realty SERVICE 

kniMuMee Inc. 

1421 SL Peter Ave. Batlwrot, KB. 



547-0007 



CAMP 
FOR SALE 
BY OWNER 

Portage Brook 
546-4548 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 



STORAGE SPACE to rent 
Lecatod at 1000 St. Peiu. 
Av . (lower level). Avail 
MeVtom March 1B*1. Ap- 

prox. 3,200 sq. ft. Drive In 
ramp from ground level 
High ceilings with tow ob- 
struction* Cal 546 6856 
lor further information. 

Warehouse tor rent Apply 
at W J. Cormier or call 
540-2520. 

The Classifieds 
546-4491 



FOR RENT 
A LOUER 

Edifice con nercial, 
prs sortie Trans- 
Canada Beresford Prix 
a discuter 

542-2864 aprte 5 hrs 
Commercial building, 
near Beresford Trans- 
Canada. Price neg. 
542-2864 after 5pm 




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And for after your yardwork, 

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1991: 22 years of Real Estate Service 

OPEN HOUSE 

J5UNDAY, July 14th 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

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1 603 SUNSET DRIVE , BATHURST 
Horn* features hardwood floors, large 
private patio deck, 4 bedrooms, 2 bath 
doe* to al amenities, a must to see. 
Hostess: Fiorina RutJedge 5464717. 




DUNLOP RdAD MLS) 4 bedrooms. 

finished basement, well kept home. 
Price $65.000.00 Call Jackie at 
783-4721 or 548-8866. 



MCLUfMNO M ACMES (214 MLS) 

Enfjy country Irving in th lovely 3 level 
pfct, vinyl siding, back entrance to base 
mant Cal Norma Aube 783-8300. 
MOMU (ISO EXCL) 3 bedrooms, 
the) 14 toetwtds) mobile offers spacious 
rooms Fridge and stove incl Cal Nor 
ma Aube 783-8300. 
S4S.SOO (208 BMO Large 3 bedroom 
bungalow on ty 5 rrsincrte* drive frocn 
town Aak tor Norma Aube 783-8300. 
GREAT LOCATION (MLS) This 4 
bedroom home situated on Camille 
Street is just waking distance Irom the 
Shopping Centres Only $65,000.00 
Cal Jackie at 783-4721 or 548-8866. 
HURRY! HURRYI HURRY! (MLS) 
Owners transferred Must sel This 
beautiful Canadian Styled bungalow at 
w low price of $67.900 Call Linda 
Wiseman at 54ft 3600 
OREEN POINT (MLS) Thia 3 bed- 
room bungalow Is situated on a comer 
tot H has too many features to mention 
so come take a look Cal 548 8866 
DECKER SOY, BERESFORD Do 
you want to secure your financial future 
inquire now about na excellent profit- 
able bmlnsaa. vendor wi help new 
getbng started dfor confidential 
tfton. CaH Claud* at 546-27W. 



2041 BIUDOE STREET (MLS) Love- 

ly 3 bedroom bungalow in immaculate 
condition. Large kitchen and dining 
room on a 100x21 kx with an excellent 
workshop. Cal Linda Wiseman for the 
details 548-3600. 

APPLIANCES INCLUDED (MLS) 
Roomy four bedroom home In Park- 
wood. separate dining room plus a fire- 
place in the living room. Very private 
yard with only ona neighbour Finished 
basement Call Linda Wiseman at 
548-3600. Priced to sel at 77,500. 
REDUCED MUST BE SOLD (EXCL) 
3 bedrooms, finished rec room, carport 
and tots of privacy in the back yard. 
Parkwood Heights and only 68.500. Call 
Linda Wiseman for a showing. 
548-3600 

BRICK HOME - DOUBLE LOT (182 
MLS) Immaculate home on Marys 
Lane backing on to the water. Vary 
unique design with a targe living room 
plus finished basement Huge deck and 
gorgeous grounds. Call Norma for 
details. 783-8300. 

FULLY EQUIPPED RESTAURANT 
renovated, air conditioning, price 
includes some inventory. Located in 



Jntorrr 

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Grow 
ing business right on 2 busy business 
location Take out Restaurant plus 3 
apartmenn to help with mortgage pay 
ments Call Claude at 546-2798 
WHY PAY KENT Make an appoint- 
ment to view this 3 bedroom bungalow 
in Douoet Subdivision, quiet location, 
targe den in basement Priced right. Call 
Claude at 546-2798 
CAMP - PAP1NEAU FALLS (MLS) 
OH acres of land, at walking distance 
from fM fait. LovaV view of NopWguit 
River Call Norma Aube 783-8300. 
NEW LJSTMQ 

CARTBt CT. EXCL WATERFRONT 
PROPERTY Modem cedar home, 

r design enhances the waterfront 
- large windows face In three direc- 
tor*). Imagine (he view? Cal Rorine 
Rwttedge 54M717. 
SUNSET DRIVE (MLS) Immaculate 
front-split, 4 bedroom home, features 
new ash hardwood floors, recently 
painted interior and exterior, I ndytoall 
amenities Call F I or me u Hedge 
54*4717. 

NEW LISTING (MLS) Solid brick 
home, with double attached garage in 
West Bathurst. overlooking the Bay 
Income potential Cal Florine RutJedge 
5464717. 



. 

approx. 2 acres of land and is priced to 
sell below 60.000.00 Call Kathy 
1-237-6696. 



. 

INCOME PROPERTY (MLS) 4 unit 
apt building located on approx 2 acres 
of sandy beach front This property is a 
must to view Call Kathy today 
1-237-5606 

BERESFORD - 7S4 ST. PIERRE 
CRESCENT Bull similar to R2000 
home, this lovely split entry, modem 
style home has 3 bedrooms, 2 ful bath- 
rooms and hardwood floors. Paved 
driveway, unattached garage. Priced at 
$136.000. 

OREEN POINT (MLS 148) This love- 
ly home Is very weJ constructed with 
many options. Owner must sel Call for 
Showino Gerald Olsen 546-9296 - 
548-8866 

BATHURST (MLS 106) Older home 
in an excellent location. Beautiful inter- 
ior and lovely landscaped lot. Paved 
driveway Call Gerald Olson 548-9296 
or 546-8866 

DUPLEX LOT - KINO AVE. SOUTH 
Ideal for residence/apt dose to church, 
school and downtown, also lots In Dun- 
lop. Cleared for residence (MLS) 
PARKWOOD HEIGHTS S/D (MLS) 
Attractive comer bt Modified bungalow 
with a one or two bedroom apartment 
downstairs, seperate entrance two 
meters. Cal Florine Ruttedge 54*671 7 
or 548-8866. 



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OFFICE SPACE 

Commercial 

Prime location 

Main floor 

Up to 1,000 sq. ft. 

188 Mam Street 

546-9742 days 
546-5349 after 6 p.m. 



OFFICE SPACE 

2 Completely renovated 
offices, ready for occu- 
pancy. 865 & 1.150 sq 
ft Prime location King 
Ave. Excellent price, 
main floor, street front 
near Post Office 

546-6604 
546-6430 itlef 5 p.m 



COMMERCIAL SPACE 
FOR LEASE 

Office, retail and light 
industrial buildings 
located at 216 Main 
Street, 259 King 
Ave., and 595 Main 
Street, in the down- 
town core. 

Call Eddy Housing 

at 
546-6631 



CAREER NIGHT 



OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime office space in Key- 
stone Place. 270 Douglas 
Ave. For information call 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 wokdayt 



FOR RENT 

2000 sq. ft. of retail space in a modern 
building, located atop Tetagouche Hill. For 
information call: 

546-1011 
or 783-2090 



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M HAY CRESCENT - EJCCL -Mov. In right 
ewey lo M tpedou* (rnfy home on on* o* 
in* (vgeet lot* In Pwfcwoed, garege and 
breeze my oomplmeniM* home. Heducod 

to 89,500. 00. 



M7 FLEET ST. - EXCL 3+ bedroom 
hotiM located on quiet tlrael Priced 
Right Qtve u a coJL 




940 SYCAMORE ST. (MLS) Ultra modern 
2*1 bedrooms open corrapt. hardwood 



1196 RIVERSIDE DRIVE - EXCL - 4 
bedroom split entry, Hardwood loon, 
basement has targe family room, 4 pc. 
bath etc. Paved driveway, landscaped. 



939 MURRAY AVE. - EXCL - Six 

bedroom older home. Centrally located, 
fenced backyard. 70,900.00 Ca/t us tor 
mroe information 



JANE VILE EXCL - Good value In Ms 
charming home "By the sea" to move In 
Ms summer. 79.000 00 



CAMP - CvsitooUng M) BumsvHe River 
Specious, surrounded by a deck. Most 
tumfejrs included 225 H x 100 H to! 
$21.50000 



LAND, LAND. LAND! MLS & EXCL 

St. Ame - A building tot 

Riverside Dr. - approx 4 acres ol water 

front land 

Jansvfle Road - Well and septic suitable 

for mobile home. 

East Bathurst - 3.4 acres see Irxfan Island 

and Harbour. 

Middfs River - 2-1 acre water Iron) lots well 

and concrete eplics. 

North TefMOUchs - 1 acre building kx 

SL Pierre Cres. O BuikSng tot 

St Peter Ave - "Golden Mite' - V, acre +. 



STONE HAVEN -EXCL -12x60 It mob* 
on M x 300 tool tol. Unit In very good 





1260 CEKTENNIAL ST. 
Ming Well maintained home with base- 
ment apartment. 



MDDLE RIVER MLS Privacy plu* conve 
ntonce ol being dose to dtyl Newly 
renovated home with attached garage and 
breeze way 





LOftNA MaeOOMALD 

On duty 
this weekend. 

CALL 

546-6954 or 
548-0000 



Absolutely beautiful! Bright Wtchan. new 
home warranty. Attached garage, too 
special to rrsss. 




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Phyllis Green 548-9640 

Robert Hornlbrook 546-5039 
Polly Wesenberg 546-3121 
Jean Street 548-5274 

Loma MacDonald 546-6954 



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i Immeubles TRi-WAY Realty Ltd/Ltee 

Independent Broker Affiliate 
Head Office, 900 St. Peter Ave. Also at Supermall 

OPEN HOUSES Sunday July 14/91 



From 1:30 to 4 p.m. 





Rue PRINCIPAL BERESFORD 
Large waterfront lot, lovely home 
and pond. (Exol)173S RIVERBANK 



B29 JEFFREY ST. BERESFORD 
Come eae, atake an offer. (MLS) 



249 RUE FOULEM, 

Lovely home, 120x125 tot, priced In 

60's. (Excl) 




BERESFORD 862 St 
Priced In the M's. (Exd) 




iue Principle BERESFORD 
3 bedroom home with 4 bedroom 
basement apt (Exct) 



DUNLOP ROAD (MLS) 
Beautiful stte spit** on 18 1 

than 10 km from town. Large bedrooms. 
formal dining room lots of cedar cup- 
boards in kitchen, fireplace, double 
oarage and many other features CaH 
for appointment to view. C-1 
BERESFORD 

2 bedroom apt ready for immediate 
occupancy, heated with stove and 
fridge for $350.00 par month. Call and 



933-936 KING AVE 
Good investment - 2 apartment building 
in good condition with excellent rental 
income. Older building in good condi- 
tion. Reasonably priced 
1290 VVHELTON ST. BATHURST 
(EXCL) 

3 UNIT APT. HOME 
Uva In ona unit and the other 2 units 
mokes your monthly payment Home is 
situated on a 100' x 100' lot within 
walking distance of the Bathurst MaJI 
Priced to set, call today for more 
Inhumation. 
36 COTE BLUE 

3 bedroom bungalow with apartment 
ready to rant Home sells with two lots 
60x1 50 each Garage 3 1x20 on second 
tot Great investment (MLS) 



For information on these listings and 
hundreds of others wa have for sale 
please cal. 



548-9821 



Member of Multiple Listing Service 
Sales Staff evenings and weekends 

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Soiree et fins de semalnes. 



Gus Ttierlault 546-3864 
Gllles Arseneau 783-2629 
Theresa McLauchlan 546-3686 



Lucien Duguay 546-6491 
Fenton Hlckey 548-3204 
Allan Noel 546-3250 

Ottilia Btnoll L4blUK 546-1200 



14A The Northern Light, Wed.. July 10. 1991 
HOUSES FOR SALE 



HOUSE 

FOR SALE 
BY OWNER 

848 O'Neil Ave. 
546-4548 




ngalow on 1VS acre lot, 3 bedrooms. 
Unfinished basement, quiet area in St. Anne. 
10 minutes from Town. 13 years old. 



House lex sate $30,000. Of 
rent for $400 /mo 54 rue 
L Anglais, Petil Rochet, 
783 2601 after 6 p.m. 



548-3552 



PRIVATE SALE 

4 Bedroom house with 
fridge, stove & washer 
Near North Tetagouche 
area Close to Hospital 
Newly renovated 
kitchen & dining room. 

Priced at $58,000. 

548-2077 

anytime 



2 Bedroom bungalow in 
Clifton, must be moved. 
Suitable starter home or 
cottage. Stove, fridge, air 
tight wood stove Incl. 
$15,000 5463041. 



Duplex for sale, serious in- 
quiries only call 546-2474 

4 Bedroom house, 19 
acres of land, Ounlop 
South. Selling below a^ 
praised value 546-3278 



3 Bedroom house tor sale 
with basement apt. Laurier 
Street, price reduced. Call 
5463264 

Beresford - House, 3 bed- 
rooms, with storage shad, 
asking $55,000 546-6106 

House for sate Downtown. 
Close to schools, private 
corner lot, 2 storey, hard- 
wood floors, fireplace, 
basement apt pays part of 
mortgage, 24 x 24 garage 
548-3902 



PRIVATE SALE 




1116 ORSER DR. BATHURST 
28 x 40, 4 Bedrooms, 2 storey house 1st floor- 
Kitchen, seperate dining room, bathroom, living room, 
den with fireplace & 1 bedroom. Flooring Hardwood & 
ceramic. 2nd floor- 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 
flooring; hardwood. Basement- Completely finish, 
flooring: Carpet. Paved driveway & landscaped on 
80 x 100 tot 

Asking $155,000.00 

Tel; 548-9325 



PRIVATE SALE 



Country living in South Duntop close to hospital, 
situated on 2 lots, each 100 x 150 

Completely renovated and in mint condition, 4 
bedrooms, large kitchen with plenty of cupboards, mini 
barn 

Satellite dish & receiver, lots of mature trees 

Must sell, moving to B C 

OPEN HOUSE 

Weekdays from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
Sat. & Sund. from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. 

CALL 546-1380 



BIRCH GROVE HOMES 

Presents 
MAPLE LEAF HOMES 




Low down payment 
Low monthly payments 
Competitive prices 
Visit our display model 
at Birch Grove Park 
in Beresford or call 

546-3309 
546-9315 
546-1218 



PRIVATE SALE 




4 bedroom house on 93 acre lot in Little River Dr., with 
28' x 20' workshop in back yard. House can be bought 
separately with 3 acres. 67" x 38' side-split which 
includes hardwood floors, indoor pool, pool furniture, 
central vac., full intercom system with am/fm radio, 
paved driveway, indoor heated garage, wall oven, 
Jenair, dishwasher, full rec room with wood stove, 
outside shop includes wood stove & compressor. 
Owner will accept trade and will assist with financing. 

For information call 

548-4217 




4 bedroom house, fully landscaped, beautiful 
trees adorn the property, corner lot at 340 
Hennesy St., very affordabfe price. Serious 
buyers only. Call 548-3084 for an appointment. 




Carta Bouchard 

OK: 647-6044 
RM: 548-4628 
Pager 1-558 5454 



FOR SALE 

1943 Connmn Place Front 
Split - Exclusive area, must be seen 
Exd. 

South Tetagouche - Farm sitting 
on 3 acres, large barn, plus separate 
30 acres heavily wooded. 60's 
Exd. 

Mines Road Immaculate bunga- 
low, patio off dining room, finished 
basement. Move in condition 70 'S - 
Exd. 

32 Scenic Lone Pine 4 bdrms . 
split, plenty of hardwood, beautiful 
condition, must be seen, 90's MLS. 

St. Peter Ave. - Prime parcel 
good rental income new home SO's 

MLS 



CENTRALTfGUARANTY 

1120 St. Peter Avenue, Bathurst, N B. 




Ready for a Bargain? 

$57,500.00 buys a 2 storey house with 3 
apartments. EBB Heat- 3 Fridges & 3 Stoves. 
MLS. 

For showing call Mona at 
546-6742 




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KEYSTONE REALTY (1988) LTD. 

2nd Floor. 270 Douglas Avenue 

Bathurst New Brunswick E2A 1M9 

Bus (506) 548 fiflfi Fa i5061 5a6 S24P 

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Supplying & Installing: 

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PLUS LTD. 

Guy Morrison would like to invite his past 
customers to drop in. 

General Mechanic Repairs 

N.B. Motor Vehicule Inspection 

IS Yean Experienced Licensed Mechanic 

2585 St. Peter Ave. 546-2608 

ACROSS FROM WEST END SPORTS 




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ALARMS 
BURGLAR & FIRE SYSTEMS 

Video Camera, t Monitors, Medical Alert System. 

Emergency Communicator. 

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24 hour Monitoring Security A Surveillance Service 
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AND MUCH MORE! 

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TETAGOUCHE HILL 

546-9591 




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Over 30 preowned cars & trucks 

Specializing In complete vehicle mainte- 
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HAIRCARE FOR ALL FAMILY MEMBERS 

PERMS HIGHLIGHTS COLOR 
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Retail of products as: 

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548-4413 




Bathurst youths are in an environmental state of mind, particularly three youngsters who are concerned about the 
uncertain future of bank swallows found recently in the Bathurst area. Curtis Legacy (left), David Lantcignc and 
George Legacy (not shown) have come across holes in a bank, which they believe to be home to several bank 
swallows. None of the nine holes show any signs of nesting, although the boys testify to seeing a "whole bunch" of 
birds visit the site early every morning. Curtis, 1 2, is the son of John Legacy and Carole Gagne 1 of Bathurst; and David, 
10, the son of Ann-Marie Lanteignc. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Eight steps to better mental health 



VON In 
The 90's 

By VEBOMCA RATCHfORD 
Euoiht Orackx 
of to Mwnt VON 



dian Mental Health Association. 

This week I will pass on some 
information supplied by the Cana- 



Accidents, death in the family, 
violence, financial trouble, divorce, 
job problems, and family problems 
often cause a normal increase in 
anxiety and tension. 

Sometimes we become overly 
tense and we are unable to reason 
things out or control our feelings. We 
must be very careful not to destroy 
our well-being and happiness. 

Here are some steps you can take 



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Summer weather spells travel 



to deal more effectively with your 
tensions. 

-DTalk it out: Talk with someone 
you can trust (spouse, parents, friend, 
physician, nurse, counsellor, etc.). It 
helps you to see the problem more 
clearly. 

-2)Escape for a while: For a short 
lime, lose yourself in a movie or 
book, go for a drive or walk, and 
spend some time alone. 
3)Work off your anger: If you 
have the urge to lash out, do some- 
thing constructive with your angered 
energy. Clean out the garage, exer- 
cise, work in the garden, etc. 
--4)Take one thing at a time: Take 
the most urgent tasks and work on 
them, leave everthing else aside. 
Once you've cleared a few away, the 
others won't seem such a "horrible 
mess". 

-5) Do not be "Superman" or 
"Superwoman": Some people ex- 
pect too much of themselves; they 
strive for perfection in everything 
they do. Do well the things that you 
like and from which you obtain the 
most satisfaction. Delegate work to 
others. 

-6)Accept others as individuals: 
Each person has his^er own virtues, 
shortcomings, values and ways of 
doing things. Search for their good 
points and help them to develop. You 
will be less frustrated if you learn to 
accept each person as they are. 
~7)Make yourself "available": In- 
stead of feeling that you are lefl out, 
neglected or rejected, make the first 
move and plan things with friends 
and family. 

~8)Have fun: Take time for fun and 
recreation. Set time aside to enjoy 
sports, hobbies, and social activities 
with your family or friends. 

Remember All your efforts will be 
worth it. Be good to yourself. 

The VON Bathurst Branch provide 
a variety of nursing services through- 
out Gloucester County, therefore, if 
you want any information or if you 
need a nurse, please call 548-2448. 



/erThe 
tack 
Fence 

By ELEANOR A. SCOTT 
Call S46-5680iltw 8p.m. 




"Dear to us,.. .are the evening 
hours when we linger along the 
brook paths, stop by a bench, or 
relax on the screened terrace." 

It appears summer, after some 
persuasion, has arrived, and with a an 
opportunity to visit friends and rela- 
tives in the Rathurst area. 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph . ndrews and 
Mrs. Madge Andrews came all the 
way from Belfast, Ireland for another 
visit to South Tcteagouche. They 
spent almost a month as guests of 
Vema Walsh, visiting friends and 
distant relatives while here. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bcnner 
came north from Liberty, Maine 
accompanied by their grand-daughter 
Shellce Clement, Winthrop, Maine. 
They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 
Lesion Brcckenridge and family. 

Shanlcigh Anne Vcniot was back 
in Bathurst from Dartmouth. N.S. to 



No harm done to birds 



From my 
Window 

AMrdnfcte't 



By MARY GAUTHER 







Three youngsters are concerned 
about the future of bank swallows 
found nesting in a large pile of gravel 
in the Bathurst area. 

Bank swallows will nest in piles of 
sand, clay, sand stone, and in similar 
softer earth found in gravel pits, river 
banks and shores. A long tunnel is 



excavated by the birds and their nest 
of grand feathers is built at the end of 
the tunnel. They are very adaptable to 
any habitat. 

I can assure the boys that these 
birds will find new visiting sites next 
year if their "home" pile is gone. 
Their young from this year's nest 
should be flying the coop any day 
now; once they leave the nest they 
will not return. They are independent 
from their parents except for the odd 
feedings. 

Bank swallows are small brown- 
backed birds with a distinct dark 
breast band. 



celebrate her first birthday, held at 
the home of her aunt Sheila and her 
uncle Reed Doucet, Dunlop. There 
were a lot of relatives and friends 
attending the party. Shanleigh Anne 
is the daughter of Pamela and Danny 
Vcniot and while here was visiting 
her grandparents Lena and Ray Vcn- 
iol and Anne and Gerry Arscncau. 

Jackie Wedge, Ralston, Alberta 
and Clair Wedge, Frederic ton were 
recent guests of their mother, 
Lauretta Wedge. 

Prior to their visit, Lauretta was in 
Thunder Bay Ont., visiting her 
daughter Catherine Gallant, her son- 
in-law Paul and grandsons Marc and 
Andre. The Gallant family is leaving 
Thunder Bay soon to take up resi- 
dence in Athens, Georgia, U.S.A. 

Roger and Florence Melanson and 
their three children, Peter, Patsy and 
Jill, are in Bathurst visiting his 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Melan- 
son. They are presently residing in 
Pangeruton, Baffin Island, N.W.T. 

Marc Poitras and his girlfriend 
Susan Laurin, Ottawa, Ont. arc 
spending two weeks in Bathurst 
visiting the former's parents, Lome 
and Marie Poitras, and his brother 
Burton and wife Susan. Also visiting 
the Poitras family is their daughter 
Loma, Moncton, N.B. 




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BATHURST COUPLE "ARRESTED" IN B.C. 

Roger and Annie Leger of Bathurst thought they were getting a parking 
ticket when the RCMP arrested them recently while visiting Port Albemi, 
B.C. Instead, they were being chosen as the Tourists of the Week, a regular 
feature in the Albemi Valley Times newspaper, and were asked to sign the 
town's guest book. From left are Chamber of Commerce representative 
Aaron Vissia; RCMP Constable Dianne Monteith, who made the "arrest"; 
Annie and Roger Leger; and Acting Mayor Hugh Anderson. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




The Buraglia family will hold a family reunion this weekend in Bathurst. 
Shown from left are five late members of the family, which includes Herman, 
Claude, Tacla, Thomas, and Albert 

Buraglia family reunion 
on for this weekend 



This Friday and Saturday are spe- 
cial days to look forward to, as 
mcmcbrs of the Buraglia family 
gather from various parts of Canada 
and the United Slates. 

While all but one member of 
Thomas Buraglia's family now live 
in Bathurst, Claude Buraglia's family 
will be arriving from as far as Texas 
and California to attend the event. 

The Buraglia family has contri- 
buted greatly to Bathurst's growth 
over the years, having been active in 
various business ventures. 

Natalc Buraglia was an importer 
and contractor, moving to Bathurst 
with his family at the time when the 
pulp mill was being constructed, a 
project which he was involved with 
as well. Thomas Buraglia and Waldo 
Bosca successfully operated a whole- 



sale business, bakery and soft drink 
plant Claude Buraglia built and 
operated the Chaleur Centre, which 
most people will remember fondly as 
"Bnggs". It was a restaurant and very 
popular dance hall. He also had a 
hotel and bowley alleys. 

Children, grandchildren and great- 
grandchildren will be gathering at 
Danny's Inn and Conference Centre 
and Atlantic Host Inn to celebrate the 
reunion. All have fond memories of 
growing up in Bathurst and, although 
some have moved away, they look 
forward to a visit in their home town. 

Spokesmen for the occasion will 
be Claude Willett Sr. and Conrad 
Lutes, once employed at the local 
radio station. Everyone looks for- 
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Earl and Helen Knowles, Toronto, 
are spending some lime at their 
cottage in Janevillc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Clark and son 
have returned to Coopers Mils, 
Maine, after a vacation spent in the 
Downshore area. 



Waller and Joyce Smith have re- 
turned to Richmond Hill, Ont., fol- 
lowing a week's vacation at the 
Smith Homestead in New Bandon. 

Bethany Rcna Scott, daughter of 
Rod and Elna Scott, graduated from 
Oultcn's Business College, Moncton, 
on Friday, June 28. 

Peter Scott, Toronto, is visiting his 
parents, Rupert and Ruth Scott, 
Slonchavcn, as well as other family 
members in the area. 

Mrs. Edith Jagoc, Loch Harbour, 
N.S., and her son Lloyd and Mrs. 
Jaeoc of Peterborough. Ont.. recently 



Pet's vacation needs 



Pet 

News 



By MARGUERITE 
MORRISON 



one docs noi like your pel as you do, 
and wild animals arc always near 
park areas. 

Happy holidays to you and your 
pel. 



visited family members in the Bath- 
urst and Downshore area. 

Heidi Homibrook, Sa ; nt John, vis- 
ited her parents, Sherwood and 
Sandra Hornibrook, Stonehaven, 
during the recent holiday weekend. 
She was accompanied by Derek 
DcLurry, also of Saint John. 

Mrs. Florence Daley, Janevillc, 
accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Ma- 
rion Glcndenning, Canobie, on a 
recent trip to Toronto to visit the 
former's daughter, Mrs. Gertrude 
Scott, who is now visiting in the 
Downshore area. 

Mrs. Margaret Cormier and 
daughter of Strathroy, Ont., arc vaca- 
tioning at their cottage in Janevillc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Young of 
Bclmont, Mass., are vacationing at 
their summer home in Clifton. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bremmr 
recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Lesion 
Breckcnridge of Clifton. 



OVER 80 PARTY 

The annual "Over 80 Party" of the 
Chalcur Evening Stars was held at the 
Canobie Community Centre on July 
3. with 92 members in aitcndanc-c. 

Following the blessing of the meal, 
asked by Rev. T.H. Drillcn, everyone 
enjoyed a catered meal of salad, 
turkey, ham, birthday cake, and ice 
cream. 

Master of Ceremonies was the 
president of the Chaleur Evening 
Stars, Harold Morrison. The honored 
over 80 guest was Mrs. Beatrice 
Jagoe, who was presented with a 
corsage and a china mug. Rev. 
Drillen spoke words of appreciation 
on behalf of Mrs. Jagoe who, in turn, 
thanked everyone for their kindness 
and messages of congratulations. 

The over 80 party this year was the 
16lh for the group. 



Vacations and yoi r pet can be a 
time of joy or worry. Now that 
holiday time is here, where will your 
pel be? 

If he goes on holidays with you the 
most important items to take arc a 
certificate of vaccination against ra- 
bies and distemper, this is a must if 
you cross an international boundary. 
Check with your veterinarian about 
this. 

Take a large container of water 
along with you, as water is different 
in certain places and could upset your 
pet Take along his favorite food, 
play thing, and bed, as it will make 
him feel more at home. Travelling 
can be very upsetting for pets as well 
as people. 

Be sure his name and your phone 
number are on his collar, in case he 
gets lost. Keep him with you at all 
times when in a campground. Every- 



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was a recent recipient of a Natural 
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The scholarship is awarded an- 
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order to help them pursue gradu- 
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degree. 

Mr. Hachd is a graduate from 
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Is the recession really over? 



Your 
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By DUNNE HALEY 

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Vincent Theriault feels he has created the best alternative 
to traditional survival crafts. Others seem to agree, including 
the Research and Productivity Council, which is studying the 
craft's possibilities. 



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They didn't see it until we were 
knee deep in it Now they say it is 
gone. 

'They" are analysts, politicians, 
economists and other observers who 
assured us last year that the economy 
would make a soft landing. 

"It" is the recession that was not 
supposed to happen. And now it's 
gone. Or is it? 

No one knows for sure. In the past, 
recessions have been characterized 



Services are 
provided at CRH 

A story that appeared in our 
June 26 Progress Edition, regard- 
ing Chaleur Regional Hospital, 
contained unintentionally mis- 
leading information, which The 
Northern Light would like to 
clarify. 

Chaleur Regional Hospital has 
been equipped to offer eye surgery 
services for the about the past 15 
years, thanks to the presence of 
Dr. Andrew W. Struthers. Also, 
ear, nose and throat services at 
Chaleur Regional Hospital were 
not implemented recently, but 
have in fact been offered for about 
the same number of years, by 
Doctor Mohammed Yousuf. 

(Northern Ughl Photo) 



by bumps a quarter or so of 
recovery-before the slide resumed. 
Could the few hopeful signs we see 
be a mere bump on the long road 
down? You bet. Indeed, some fore- 
casters are still calling for a "double- 
dip" or "W"-shaped recession, in 
which growth starts then falters 
again. 

The negatives are overwhelming. 
Chief among them is the unprece- 
dented debt load weighing down 
government, business and individu- 
als alike. Ultimately, this load falls on 
the back of individual taxpayers. 
That's us. 

All the attempts to talk the eco- 
nomy back to its feet are really just a 
conceited effort to persuade people to 
spend money again. 
SAVE MONEY 

Before you rush out to do your bit 
for the economy by buying things you 
can't really afford, stop and consider. 
What Canada really needs is savings- 
-and solvent citizens-tp finance the 
burgeoning debt The debt will not 
disappear overnight, perhaps not 
even in our lifetime. Governments 
will have to tap the personal savings 
pool to finance spending, including 
social services. 

Altruism aside, what you and I 
need most is savings. We have 
learned from this recession and the 
last one that we only have ourselves 



to depend on when things go wrong. 
And in a world economy where 
everything is strange and new, any 
number of things can go wrong. 

As for the recovery, it could be the 
real thing. But the numbers are far 
from persuasive. The supposed re- 
bound in housing could disappear as 
quickly as it arose. In most parts of 
the country, prices arc still too high. 

Meanwhile, commodity prices 
continue to slide. This is deflation, 
pure and simple. It is hard to imagine 
a deflationary rebound. 

But the real problem is the finan- 
cial sector. Chances are, the worst is 
not over there: some big U.S. banks 
are still teetering; some Canadian 
trust companies are weighed down by 
bad real estate loans. 

Another bank or trust company 
failure would have tremendous re- 
percussions on consumer and busi- 
ness confidence. Tentative hope 
would vanish overnight. Doomsaycrs 
would emerge with dark warnings of 
imminent collapse. 

The uncertainty will go on for 
months. All we can do is hope for the 
best but prepare for the worst By 
next spring, the outlook should be a 
little clearer. In the meantime, try to 
set some money aside for emergen- 
cies. Three months' salary is a good 
rule of thumb, but three weeks' is 
better than nothing. 



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Blue Cove man's survival craft may 
be his most significant invention yet 



By HICHAEL J. BOURGUIGNON 
Hortrwn Light Stiff 

The design for Vincent Theriault's 
survival capsule is so simple, it's a 
wonder it hasn't been thought of 
before. 

That's the way he himself de- 
scribed his latest invention in an 
interview with The Northern Light. 

"When they see things are getting 
dangerous, they just jump in," said 
the Blue Cove resident 

The premise may be the same used 
by fishermen who rely on rubber 
liferafts or wooden dinghies, but with 
Mr. Theriault's invention, there is far 
less chance of further danger arising 
once the ship is abandoned. 

According to the Royal Commis- 
sion on the Ocean Ridge disaster, the 
1982 mishap that left no survivors, 
traditional liferafts are simply not the 
safest means of escape from a ship in 
distress. 

"There is a pressing need for 
systems that are simple, reliable, and 
above all, safe, to move people off a 
rig in distress in Canadian storm and 
ice-ridden eastern waters," reads the 
report 

As far as Mr. Theriault is con- 

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"There is a pressing need for systems that are 
simple, reliable, and above all, safe, to move 
people off a rig in distress in Canadian storm 
and ice-ridden eastern waters." 



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tion of 1'Espcranto, a fiberglass cap- 
sule that can hold 10 people. A 
prototype has been completed, and 
others are being worked on, to hold 
five, 15, and 20 men. 

Mr. Theriault, who has invested 
$40,000 of his own money into the 
project may not be alone in his 
opinion. 

The Research and Productivity 
Council in Fredericton is conducting 
studies to look into the potential of 
I'Esperanto. 

The 10- person, egg-shaped model 
measures 11 feet long by five feet 
wide. It is five feet high, and is 
equipped with a manual air pump to 
sustain life 

"As long as they have water to 
drink, people can supposedly live 
fifteen to twenty days, Mr. Theriault 
noted, adding a water pump is also 
installed in the craft to dispose of salt 
water that may get inside. 

Mr. Theriault who has invented 
other things but feels his survival 
capsule is his first truly significant 
project hatched the idea after a 
harrowing experience of his own. 

He spent two days and a half 
caught in a storm in the waters off 
Greenland, bobbing up and down in a 
dory under 45-foot waves. 

"Nine months later, the Ocean 
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toward designing something better. 

L'Esperanto is more resistant than 
traditional survival craft, Mr. Ther- 
iault said, and its design follows the 
specifics of recommendations such 
as those made in the 1982 Ocean 
Ridge report 

Traditional craft have often been 
destroyed by savage winds thrashing 
them against the side of their mother 
ship shortly after they have been 
lowered into the water. 

Mr. Theriault said this wouldn't be 
the case with I'Esperanto. 

"The egg-shape makes it more 
resistant." 



He has tested the capsule himself, 
and videotaped his efforts. All that 
now remains is to convince others of 
the capsule's worth. 

The problem he now faces is 
therefore "not a technical one, but a 
political one." 

He expects assistance from the 
Atlantic Canada Opportunities 
Agency, which helps Atlantic Cana- 
dian entrepreneurs, and is convinced 
a market exists to warrant the com- 
pletion of the project. 

The studies should be completed 
within about four months, but some 
local fishermen have already ex- 
pressed an interest in 1'Espcranto. 

"With the study, hopefully some 
more eyes will open. 




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The General Investigation Section 
of the Royal Canadian Mounted 
Police in Bathurst is presently at- 
tempting to identify the young girl 
pictured in this composite drawing. 

She visited the Bathurst region 
during the summer months of 1987, 
at which time we believe she was the 
victim of foul play. 

She was approximately 14 years of 
age, and she expressed herself in 
French with a Quebec-like accent. 
She is described as follows: tall, 
medium build, shoulder-length blond 
hair, and blue eyes. 

While in the area, she used the 
name Sonia LeBouthillicr. which 
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University Medal of Honor presented to Dr. Eddie 



The Universile" de Moncton recen- 
tly honored a well-known local mem- 
ber of the Acadian community, Dr. 
Edouard S. Eddie of Bathurst, with 
the Mddaille d'Honneur de 
I'Universitd (University Medal of 
Honor). 




Gloucester 
Gourmet 



This week's gourmet, Diane 
Guignard, is a swimming coach 
and project coordinator at the 
Bathurst Aquatic Centre. 

Lately, she has 
been busy pre- 
paring such up- 
coming events as 
a swim meet, 
lifeguard com- 
petition, and 
open water race. 

A native of Bathurst, Diane has 
been working at the Aquatic 
Centre for close to seven years. 
She has little time for hobbies, but 
enjoys canoeing, skiing and 
swimming. 

Her recipe this week is a classic. 
CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES 
'/i cup margarine 
'/i cup butter-flavored shortening 
1 cup while sugar 
1 cup brown sugar 

I egg 

1 tsp vanilla 

2 cups flour 

1 tsp baking soda 

I tsp salt 

1-350 g bag semi-sweet chocolate 

chips 

Mix margarine, shortening and 
eggs. Beat until fluffy; add van- 
illa. Put flour, baking soda and salt 
in a bowl, and mix slowly into egg 
mixture. 

Add chocolate chips, drop 
teaspoon-sized portions on a pan, 
and bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 
minutes. 



Every month, a draw will be 
held, with one of our Gloucester 
Gourmets for that month win- 
ning a cake from Jamieson's 
Save-Easy in the Place Bathurst 
Mall. To enter, simply submit a 
recipe along with your name 
and telephone number and The 
Northern Light will make ar- 
rangements to get you into the 
Gloucester Gourmet column for 
your chance to win! 



Dr. Eddie was bom in Lebannon in 
1927. He received his degree in 
medicine in Paris and later special- 
ized in cardiology in Houston, Texas, 
and at the Inslitut de Cardiologie de 
Montreal. 

T'e began his medical practise in 
cardiology at the former Hdtcl-Dieu 




hospital in bathurst in 1957, and later 
at Chalcur Regional Hospital. 

His contribution to his profession 
was recognized by three Fellowships 
from the International College of 
Angiplogy, the American College of 
Cardiology, and the College dcs 
Maladies Thoraciques. 

Dr. Eddie also played a leading 
role in his community, most notably 
as founding president of the Comite" 
des Drolls de I'Homme du Nord-Est 
in 1966, and president of the board of 
directors of a youth camp in the area. 

But the Univcrsitd de Moncton 
honored him recently for his contri- 
butions as president on the board of 
directors of the College de Bathurst, 
and tor his participation in the crea- 
tion of the Inslitut de Technologic du 
Nord-EsL 

A member of U de M's board of 
directors in 1975-76, he contributed 



Jic eventual evolution of the three 
^imposes of the University de Monc- 
ton. From 1980 to 1983, he was a 
member of the board of directors of 
the Ecole des Sciences Infirmieres de 



Bathurst. 

Dr. Eddie is married to Maryvonnc 
Bonniot and the couple have six 
children, all graduates from the Uni- 
versiie" de Moncton. 



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For all club news in Bathurst and area, 
send submissions, announcements and 
club reports lo The Northern Light Club 
Corner, 355 King Ave., Bathurst, E2A 
3Z3. All notices should be received by 
Thursday at 5 p.m., to help ensure 
publication in the following Wednes- 
day's paper. 
AACA 

New Beginning Al-Anon Adult Child- 
ren of Alcoholics (ACA) meet every 
Wednesday night at 1810 Vallcc Lourdes 
Dr. at 8 p.m. For more information call 
Connie at 546-0993 or Gisele at 
548-2969. 
AL-ANON 

Al-Anon meets every Tuesday at 7:30 
p.m. at Donald Eddy Hall, 309 St Patrick 
St.. Room 7, (downstairs). For informa- 
tion call 546-9494. 
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 

Become a big brother or sister. Tele- 
phone Big Brothers Big Sisters Chaleur 
Region Inc. at 546-2618, or drop by the 
office at 219 King Ave. 
BINGO 

-every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at South 
Teteagouche Community Centre. 
-Kinsmen Bingo every Sunday at the 
Herman J. Good V.C. Branch No. 18 
Royal Canadian Legion at 6:45 p.m. 
-every Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. at St. 
Anne Recreation Centre 
--Bathurst Senior BaseBall bingo every 
Friday at Bathurst High at 6:45 p.m. 
-Bcresford Sports Association bingo 
every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. Beresford 
Church basement. 

-Big Brothers/Big Sisters bingo every 
Saturday at Ecole Sccondaire Nepisiguil 
at 6:45 p.m. 

-every Sunday at 1 :30 p.m. at the Sportek 
in Beresford for Curling Sportek. 
CANCER SOCIETY 

The Bathurst Unit of the Canadian 
Cancer Society can be reached by phon- 
ing Mrs. Marie Oliver, education chair- 
man, at 546-5013. Information pamphlets 
on a variety of pertinent topics can be 
obtained by phoning Mrs. Oliver. 
CNIB 

The Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind would like to note that local Lottery 
Calendar winners from the June 26 draw 
include Ray Blanchard of Bathurst (S25) 
and Winnie A. Bullin of Beresford ($50). 
CO-DEPENDENCY 

Co-dependency meetings will be held 
every Monday night at Holy Family 
Church beginning at 7 p.m. This is a 
support group and all are welcome to 
attend. 
COIN CLUB 

Bathurst Coin Club meets the last 
Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. ai the 
Kinsmen Centre on Victoria Avenue. 
COMMUNITY BAND 

The Bathurst Community Band is now 
seeking musicians. Anyone interested is 
invited to drop by the musk room at 
Ecole Sccondaire Nepisiguit, each Thurs- 
day, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 
C.W.L. 

The Catholic Women's League offers 
two bursaries (a Council and a Diocesan) 
to students graduating from high school 
and planning to further their studies. To 
be eligible to apply, the student's mother 
must belong to a CWL Council. 

For more information, students resid- 
ing in Sacred Heart Parish may contact 
Mrs. Eileen Mallet, 810 Donald Ave., 
telephone 546-5739. Applications must 
be made by Sept. 30. 
FLEA MARKET 

A flea market is be ; ng held every 
Saturday at Knights of , olumhus Hall, 
East Bathurst, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
FRIENDS IN SONG 

Friends in Song Glee Club holds 
rehearsals every Wednesday from 7 p.m. 
to 9 p.m. at Ecole Academic Assomption 
on Rough Waters Drive. For more infor- 
mation please call 548-3176. 
CROUPE LA RENAISSANCE 

Avc/.-vous des symtomes de depress- 
ion, d'angoisse, d'anxie'te', phobic, in- 
quietude, stress, panique, obsession, ner- 
vosite, Emotif Anonyme peut vous aider. 
Lieu: 1210rue King, Bathurst. Reunion a 
lout les mercredis, 7:30 p.m. Composez 
783-4330, 783-7810. ou 548-8878. 
HELPING TO READ 

Laubach Literacy is a free way to learn 
to read through a tutor. If you wish to 
learn to read or care to help someone else, 
phone 548-2570 or 548-2418. 
KINSMEN 



Ralhursl Kinsmen Club meets every 
second Monday at the Kinsmen Centre. 
IJONS 

Bathurst Lions meet the first and third 
Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. at the 
Lions Community Centre on Youghal 
Drive, behind the New Brunswick Com- 
munity College. 

--The Jacquet River Lions Qub meet the 
second and fourth Wednesday of every 
month at 7:30 p.m. at the Jacquet River 
Lions Community Centre. 
MENTAL HEALTH 

There is a meeting place for people 
living in solitude with emotional or 
mental health problems. Located at 1210 
King Ave., Friendly Place is where the 
local branch of the Canadian Mental 
Health Association has organized many 
activities, including workshops, social 
events, games, sports, and outings. 

The centre is open Monday through 
Friday from 10a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more 
information call 548-8878. 
OVEREATERS 

Overeaten Anonymous meets every 
Monday at 7 p.m. Call 548-8735 or 
546-4725 for information. 
PRO LIFE 

Bathurst Pro Life will not have regular 
monthly meetings throughout the sum- 
mer but watch Club Corner for special 
events announcements. You can cntinue 
to assist single mothers and women in 
difficult pregnancies through donations 
to Pro Life or the Bathurst Volunteer 
Center. 

Find out more about the various life 
issues including prenatal development, 
abortion techniques and complications, 
by contacting 548 2688. Speakers and a 
display are available for community 
groups. 

The Pregnancy Distress Services toll- 
free number 1-800-665-0570 puts wo- 
men in touch with a national network of 
helping agencies. Women in distressing 
pregnancies and women needing a listen- 
ing ear after having an abortion, can find 
support through this phone service. Dedi- 
cated people are needed to start a local 
Crisis Pregnancy Center and phone line 
in the Bathurst Area similar to one in 
Moncton. Crisis Pregnancy Centres are 
backed by Christian Action Council in the 
U.S. started by the Billy Graham Evange- 
listic Association. 
SEARCH & RESCUE 

Chaleur Ground Search and Rescue 
meet the first Wednesday of every month 
at 7 p.m. in the St. Anne Recreation 
Centre. 
SOUTH TETEAGOUCHE HALL 

The South TeteaKOUche Community 
Hall Association meets the first Monday 
of each month at the hall. 
STJOHN AMBULANCE 

Are you interested in giving a few 
hours of your time for your community? 
Are you looking for an exciting chal- 
lenge? If so why not join the St. John 
Ambulance Brigade (Bathurst Adult Di- 
vision) right now. 

For further information please contact 
Ginette Chiasson after 5 p.m. at 
546-4748. 
TOASTMASTERS 

-Lc Qub Toastmasters Chaleur se runit 
tous les mercredis a 7 p.m. dans la 
Chambre 220, College Communautaire, 
rue du College. Bienvenue a tous ceux 
intc'ressd dans 1'art oratoire. 
TOPS 

TOPS Chapter 2814 (French Chapter) 
meets every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the 
Holy Family Church Hall. For more 
information call 548-8043. 

TOPS 1386 meets every Thursday at 
6:30 p.m. in the basement of Holy Family 
Church, and every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. 
in the Donald Eddy Memorial Hall. 

TOPS 3376 meets every Wednesday at 
6:30 p.m. in St. Theresa's Church Rec- 
tory basement. 
VOLUNTEER CENTRE 

The Bathurst Volunteer Centre needs 
volunteers to deliver Meals -on- Wheels to 
seniors between 11 a.m. and 12 noon 
Monday to Friday. Contact the Centre at 
546-9879. 

CLUB MEETINGS 
Bathurst Duplicate Bridge Club 
Kinsmen Centre - June 27 
1st - Dr. Eddie & B. Baker 
2nd - Mrs. B. Shirley & Mr. B. Hudson 
3rd - Mrs. S. Berlin & Mrs. G. Lenihan 
4th - Mrs. H. Boyle & Mrs. M. 
McCulloch 

Slh - Mr. & Mrs. R. Kexwick 
Above average: 

Mrs. H. MacKay & Mrs. B. Dodge 
For information and partners please call 
546-3406 or 546-9222. 
Nepisiguit Duplicate Bridge Club 

Club activities closed for the summer 
with the Holiday Club Championship. 
The winners were Mrs. Aline Doucet & 
Mrs. D. Shirley. Congratulations! 
2nd - Mrs. A. Albert & Mrs. R. Mauserole 
3rd - Mrs. Sue Burns & Mrs. J. Poirier 
Above average: 

Mrs. J. Losier & Mrs. H. MacKay 
Mrs. L. Willis & Mrs. A. Lavigne 

All members, enjoy your summer 
holidays. See you Sept. 4. We invite 
anyone who enjoys a good game of bridge 
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Expressing a love for her home town through poetry 



POET'S 
NOOK 



Balhurst is celebrating its Silver 

Jubilee, 

25 years or '/ of a century as well; 
Hard work was done by the people, 
That make's our city so swell. 

Bathursl is at the mouth of the 

Nepisiguit, 

This .river is about 100 miles long; 
Where fishermen enjoy the fishing 

and scenery, 
Camping, canoeing, and singing 

many a song. 

In the downtown city of Bathurst, 
Nicholas Dcny's grave and memorial 

is there; 

It's part of our history and heritage, 
All people admire and respect it with 

care. 

Our city was once named Nepisiguit, 
And then to St. Peters as well; 
Then Lord Balhurst renamed this 

settlement, 
And that is how our City of Balhurst 

became I do tell. 



The Phantom Ship of the Bay Cha- 

Icur, 

Has been seen burning from the land; 
It's believed to be a ship from the 

Battle of Resligouche, 
And has been seen by many a man. 

We have three beautiful shopping 

malls, 

Where people shop each day; 
They meet and talk to each other, 
In a most respectable way. 

Our churches of all denominations, 
Where people can go to pray; 
To thank God for His blessings, 
And for this beautiful place where we 
stay. 

Balhurst Radio Station is wonderful, 
C.K.B.C. 136 on the dial; 

Over 35 years it has been with us, 
Serving people for many a mile. 

The Northern Light is our weekly 

paper, 

Is the best on the old North Shore; 
Enlightening the people of Bathurst, 
And the surrounding districts galore. 

Our hospital is the richest. 
Where you are treated with love and 

respect; 

Our nurses are the finest. 
Our doctors are the best 



Canadian literary scene 



Book 
Review 



After less than a decade here, 
Alberto Manguel has become an 
omnipresent figure on the Canadian 
literary scene. A prolific magazine 
journalist, a radio playwright and a 
multilingual translator, he has edited 
eight anthologies-three of them pub- 
lished this year alone. Manguel now 
extends his enviable range to the 
novel with News from a Foreign 
Country Came (Random House, 
246 pages, $23). 

Largely, it's a creditable if heavily 
stage-managed effort. A native of 
Argentina, the co-author of Diction- 
ary of Imaginary Places has drawn 
on real places-Perce, Algiers, Paris. 
Buenos Aires. The events are all too 
real: French colonial rule in Algeria, 
German-occupied France, the Paris 
student revolt of 1968. 

Most important to the story is 
Argentina just after 1976. In the 
notorious years of the desaparecidos 
(the disappeared), the military junta's 
terror squadi abducted numerous 
enemies, actual or presumed: some 
victims were merely tortured, many 
were tortured and killed, their friends 
and families left in agonized ignor- 
ance of their fate. 

In the Argentina of the time, there 
may well have been someone like the 
novel's Antoine Berence, French 
ex-army officer and, courtesy of 
France, an advisor to the Argentine 
regime. We first meet Berence, "the 
Captain," retired en famille in the 
seaside Gaspe. With him in Perec is 
his wife, Marianne, whom he had 
married while serving in Algeria, and 
their small daughter, Ana. Also on 
hand is their Argentinean servant, 
Rebecca. The Quebec police suspect 
that Rebecca and her friends may 
seek to avenge atrocities in Buenos 
Aires, including her own family's 
decimation. 
EVIL 

Early on, the reader quickly under- 
stands that all is not well in Perce--or 
anywhere else. The accidental 
drowning of a child due to Ana's 
inattention prefigures many other 
deaths-some calculated, some 
inadvcrtcnt-on three continents. The 
tacit complicity with evil that comes 
from being part of a privileged group 
is one of Manguel' s themes, as is the 
relationship between private virtue 
and public violence. Berence-a cul- 
tivated, intelligent man deeply re- 
sponsive to poetry, painting, photo- 
graphy, devoted to his own family- 
professionally lectures military 
goons on how to kill people as 
painfully as possible. 

The Nazi as homebody, the fascist 
lover of the life-enhancing arts-such 
phenomena have haunted the public 
imagination since the Second World 
War. Yet why should they astonish 
us? Ordinary husincss-and artists, 
ux>- typically segregate work and 
domesticity, and good taste has sel- 
dom guaranteed sound ethics. In any 
case, a sample from a beautifully 
reasoned bcrcncc lecture on me 
theory and practice of torture is the 
high point of the novel. 



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book, but not much to like. Ideas, rare 
in the Canadian novel, attractively 
are given full play. The narrative 
moves swiftly, smoothly in the short 
sub-sections, and the carefully 
crafted images are cunningly de- 
ployed, especially those of surgery, 
miscarriage or abortion. (The Argen- 
tine military coyly calls its kidnap 
victims "patients of abortions.") 



Herman J. Good, V.C. Royal Cana- 
dian Legion, 

There ihe Memorial Museum is held; 

It's for our Canadian soldiers from all 
wars, 

And the Ladies Auxiliaries as well. 

We have some scenic places, 
Pabineau, Grand Falls, and Teta- 

gouche; 
Daly's Poini with its birds, wildlife 

and flowers. 
You can hike, picnic, bird waich and 

really enjoy yourself. 

Our schools are the best in the 

country, 

Where our children go each day; 
To learn to love our city and country, 
In a most responsible way. 

We have a new Marina, 

It's on our Bay Chaleur; 

Our people go lo enjoy themselves, 

Sailing along its shores. 

Our arena, bowling alleys, and aqua- 
tic centre, 

The places we go for sports each day; 
To help rebuild our bodies. 
In a most delightful way. 

We have some government buil- 

d ings, 

They show up our city so nice; 

The work that they give to our people, 
Was well worth the sacrifice. 

Our mill, mines, and industrial park 

are important. 
To the people that work there each 

day; 

They work with pride and honour, 
And really earn their pay. 

Our visitors are treated so kindly. 
They return home with lots of stories 

to tell; 
About the friendly people of Bath- 



urst. 



Ils beaches, restaurants, and motels. To help their fellow man. 



Be kind and show love 10 friends and 
Each day from sun up to sun down, neighbours 



And continue to make Bathurst a 
wonderful place to stay. 



The V.O.N., Extra-Mural, Red Let's all take pride in our City of (Editor"* Noli: TW pown wu written 



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Irish artists to converge on Bathurst 



The Inishowcn Tour, 
which includes Bathurst 
in its itinerary on July 
31 and Aug. 1, has been 
described by its orga- 
nizer, Ann Brennan, of 
Johnville. N.B., as "a 
dream which evolved 
into reality." 

The lour will see 
more than 100 Irish 
people-paying their 
own waydescend on 
New Brunswick for a 
first-hand, person-to- 
person relationship with 
the people of this 
province. 

They'll be coming 
from the City of Derry 
and from Carlingford, 
whence virtually many 
of New Brunswick's or- 
iginal residents came. 

The tour will consist 
of singers, dancers, his- 
torians and crafts peo- 
ple from both the Irish 
Republic and Northern 
Ireland. It emerged out 
of meetings Mrs. Bren- 
nan had last summer 
with members of the 
arts community in the 
Emerald Isle. 

They'll be starting 



out on Grand Manan, 
which they expressed a 
special desire to visit, 
then opening the Mira- 
michi Irish Festival be- 
fore continuing on to 
Saint John, including 
participation in the Loy- 
alist Days parade there. 

Then comes a side 
visit to St. Andrews and 
Deer bland, before trips 
to Fredericton, the 
Perth-Andover Multi- 
cultural Festival and the 
aforementioned trip to 
this North Shore. 

"As the group makes 
its way throughout the 
province, it will be br- 
inging the very best in 
Irish culture and at the 
same time promoting 
unity and kinship 
among ethnic commun- 
ities, Mrs. Brennan 
said. 

"It's an extensive and 
challenging program. 
People from Ireland are 
going to be staying in 
New Brunswick homes. 
And where people share 
their art and music 
together, there will be 
peace". 



Jim Boyle, chairman 
of the Bathurst Chapter 
of the Irish Cultural As- 
sociation of New 
Brunswick, sponsors of 
the Bathurst segment of 
the Inishowen Tour, 
seconds these 
sentiments. 

Highlighting the In- 
ishowen Tour s stay in 
Bathurst are concerts in 
Coronation Park and the 
Bathurst High School 
Theatre. The latter per- 
formance is under the 
name and style of "Dif- 
ferent Drums". There 
are a number of other 
interesting features 
which be announced as 
soon as firm plans for 
these arc completed. 

Rodney DcGracc, 
Lome Whalcn, Vincent 
Colton and Ron Jessulat 
form the committee 
charged with complet- 
ing arrangements for 
the Inishowen Tour 
program in Bathurst. 

In the meantime, bil- 
leting for the visitors in 
local homes is progress- 



ing favorably, accord- 
ing to Carmel MacDo- 
nald, who has been as- 
signed this important 



and necessary task. Ac- 
commodations for 110 
individuals are required 
and reservations for 80 



of these have been con- 
firmed as of this writ- 
ing. Further offers of 
hospitality to make up 



the difference will be 
warmly welcomed by 
Mrs. MacDonald, 
phone 548-3655. 




TROOPER, MINGLEWOOD CLOSE OUT FESTIVAL 

Trooper lead singer Ra McGuire hammed it up with members of the audience Sunday night at the 
Causeway Park during a performance by his Vancouver-based group and Maritime music legend Matt 
Minglcwood. More than 1,000 people turned out for the performance, the final event of the 1991 Silver 
Jubilee Festival. 

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NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE 
PORT 

CANADIAN GOLF TODAY 

SPORTS AVENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fera 
decouvrir les activites de plein 
air et connaitre les equipe 
ments et techniques neces- 
saires pour les pratiquer. 

8:30 

CURRENT AFFAIR g 

11, FAMILY MAN Allison is 
jealous when her visiting friend 
spends all his .time with the 
boys, g 

CD MOVIE Allo-cme' 
Chaque semaine, Nicole Si- 
mard invite les cinephiles a cho- 
isir entre deux superproduc- 
tkxis. 

CD MOVIE **** "Rencontres 
du troisieme type" (1977, 
Drame) Richard Dreyfuss, 
Francois Truffaut. Des extra- 
terrestres se manifestent dans 
une petite viile de ('Indiana. 
CD AIR WOLF 
O JEOPARDY! g 
O S.O.S. CONSOMMATION 
Magazine de services. 
(ffl ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Actor Patrick Swayze 
discusses his summer action 
film "Point Break." (In Stereo) 

CLUB CONNECT The fic- 
tional Frank Friendly's Used 
Friends; a teen's worst night- 
mare. 

MOVIE ** "Brown Bread 
Sandwiches" (1989) Daniel De- 
Santo. Una Sastn A family of 
Italian immigrants face the 
pressures of culture shock and 
displacement when they at- 
tempt to At into Canadian so- 
ciety in the late 1950s. 'R' 

MOTORCYCLE RIDER 

61 L'UNIVERS DU PLEIN AIR 
Un nouveile emission de 
chasse et peche. 
940 

HOQAN FAMILY David 
loses his girlfriend when the 
twins are hired for a job she 
wants. (In Stereo) g 

Cti) NATURE OF THINGS A 
Cantonese play, an unusual 
machine and television news 
images are used to examine 
how thoughts develop. (R) g 
09 UNSOLVED MYSTERIES 
Segments: voodoo involved in 
five St. Croix deaths; man 
wanted for murder of truck 
driver; arrest in kidnapping; 
mother and daughter reunion. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE ** "Le Plus secret 
des agents secrets" (1980, Co 
medie) Don Adams, Andrea Ho- 
ward. Un agent secret lutte 
centre un megalomane pour 
lempecher de lancer des 
bombes qui denudent leurs vic- 
times. 

FEU VERT Magazine quebe- 
cois entierement consacre a 
renvironnement. g 

(ffl WONDER YEARS Kevin 
faces death for the first time 
when he attends a distant rela- 
tive's funeral. (R) (In Stereo) g 

MICHIGAN AT RISK 

CANADIAN SOCCER 
LEAGUE 

LIGUE CANADIENNE DE 
SOCCER Le Blizzard de To- 
ronto centre les Steelers de 
Hamilton. (En Direct) 

MI 

FAMILY MAN Allison is jeal- 
ous when her visiting friend 
spends all his time with the 
boys. (In Stereo) g 

CD JENNY A Canadian girl 
with a beautiful singing voice 
dreams of stardom and ma- 
terial riches, but her family does 
not share her dream. 

LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 
(ffl GROWING PAINS Mike and 
Jason find they have more in 
common than they suspected. 

(R)g 

MRS. FENWICK WENT TO 
WASHINGTON A profile of 
former New Jersey congress- 
woman Millicent Fenwick. 

1040 

JAKE AND THE FATMAN 
When McCabe's star witness 
against a mobster is killed, 
Jake must locate another wit- 
ness to testify or the criminal 
will go free. (R) (In Stereo) g 
O 35) NATIONAL g 

10 NOBLE HOUSE Dunross 
and Gornt's rivalry is played out 
at the racetrack; Dunross begs 
a friend in mainland China to 
save his company; Bartlett and 
Four Finger Wu are caught in a 
Hong Kong landslide. (R) (In 
Stereo) (Part 4 of 4) g 



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BEAU 1 1 

(ffl DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D. 
Doogie helps a street artist 
whose project is shot down be- 
cause he has AIDS. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

LIVE FROM LINCOLN CEN- 
TER 'Mostly Mozart Silver An- 
niversary" The opening night 
program of the festival features 
flutist James Galway, pianist 
Andre Watts and conductor 
Gerard Schwarz. (In Stereo) 

MOVIE ** "Honeymoon 
Academy" 

10:22 

3$ JOURNAL 

10:30 

I WAYNE GRETZKY 
SOFTBALL 

(2) MAN IN THE FAMILY Robby 
is the one hurt when Sal pre- 
tends to be his nephew's father 
to impress a woman. (In Stereo) 

g 

1140 

46 HOURS "Driven to Ex- 
tremes ' A light hearted look at 
the strange customs, incon- 
ceivable commutes and bizarre 
circumstances confronting 
New York City drivers. (In 
Stereo) g 
eOJSlNEWS 

CD DANS LE DECOR 
(D LE TELEJOURNAL 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

VISA 8ANTE Sujets: I'hy- 
poglicemie, les exercises phy- 
siques pour les handicapes; les 
dietes pour hypoglycemiques. 
la radicellectomie; les options 
d habitation pour personnnes 
agees. g 

(ffl EQUAL JUSTICE Peter 
Bauer is horrified by a client's 
detailed confession of a brutal 
murder; a new woman enters 
Mike James' life (R) (In Stereo) 

WORLD CUP SURFING 
69 STOCK-CAR A ST 
EUSTACHE (R) 

11:20 
IDLE POINT 

11:30 

fflNEWHARTg 

CD TRAVEL TRAVEL 

SPORTS PLUS 

MOVIE *** Cane Italia" 
(1985, Drama) Pierre Curzi. 
Tony Nardl. 

INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 

LETOUR DE FRANCE Les 
plus recent** nouveNes de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse 

11:46 
} ) METEO 

MOVIE **V2 "My Blue 
Heaven" 

11:50 

CD LA OUOTIDIENNE / 
BANCO / LOTTO 6-49 / EXTRA 
CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

1240 

(9 (ffl NEWS 

aS KATE A ALLIE g 

CD LES NOUVELLES TVA 
METEO g 

CD L'HEURE G 

CD CTV NEWS g 

O MOVIE ++Yi "Tarzan s e- 

vade" (1936. Aventure) Johnny 

Weissmuller. Maureen O'Sulli- 

van. Tarzan echappe a des 

hommes cupides qui veulent 

s'emparer de lui et le montrer 

en spectacle. 

QUEBEC, INC Le devel- 
oppement economlque des re- 
gions du Quebec. 

on mean MELDS Hester is 
alarmed to find that she is ex- 



pected to entertain William's 
client from the Middle East. 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
jes evenements sportifs de la 
ournee. (En Direct) 

12:30 

NIGHT COURT 

OD MOVIE *** "The Egg 
and I" (1947, Comedy) Clau- 
dette Colbert. Fred MacMurray. 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

DSBNEWSq 
TONIGHT SHOW Sched- 
uled: singer Celine Dion. (In 
Stereo) 

IMAGES PERDUE8 "Le 
Manage" La petite histoire du 
Quebec de 1935 a 1976 racon- 
tee par le biais de films ama- 
teurs. 

NKJHTLINEg 
61 BEST OF NATIONAL GEO- 
GRAPHIC Beavers build and 
maintain ponds, benefiting 
plants and other wildlife Host: 
Mike Farrell (R) 

UP CLOSE 

GOLF PLUS Conseils pra- 
tiques, equipement et activites 
tounsttques et cultureltes (R) 

12:46 

61 CD DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 
alite et la vie de couple. (R) 

140 



CHEERS g 

CD RENCONTRES Invite: Mgr 
Armand Le Bourgeois, eveque 
d'Autun, enregistree en 1983 
CD 69 MAGNUM, P.I. 

BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 
(fflMATLOCKg 

CYCLING 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets. 

1:30 

ARSENIC HALL Scheduled: 
singing group Guy. (In Stereo) 

CD UNE JOURNEE AVEC (R) 
(9 JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE (In Stereo) 

WILD, WILD WORLD OF 
ANIMALS 

MOVIE ** "The 
Guardian" 

WATERSPORT WORLD 

FOOTBALL AUSTRALIEN 
Match de la Semaine. (R) 

240 
SINEWS 

REMINGTON 8TEELE 
if PERSONALITIES 

MICHIGAN AT RISK (R) 

CANADIAN GOLF TODAY 

246 

(9 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN (In Stereo) 

Ml 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLE8 (In Stereo) 



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MORNING 

540 

"The Ptt and the Pendulum 1 

Ml 

"A Whisper to a Scream" 

6:15 

"Short Time 

IfcOO 

CD *** "La Grande com- 
bine" (1966, Comedte) Jack 
Lemmon, Walter Matthau. Un 
avocat vereux convainc son 
beau-frere de coHaborer a une 
fraude. 

10:15 

"Tom Apart" 

AFTERNOON 



+Vi "Love Boat A Valentine 
Voyage" (1990. Comedy) Gavin 
MacLeod, Bemie Kopeli Rom- 
ance and merriment take a 
back seat when a maverick cop 
follows a gang of inexperienced 
iewe) thieves on the Love 
Boat's Valentine voyage. 

Mi 

CD ** "L'Etranga M. Ry- 
der" (1965, Drame) Judd Hlrsh, 
Karen Carlson. Un psycho- 
path* condamne pour meurtre 
tente de se venger de son frere 
lumeau qui a cause son empn- 
sonnement. 

MI 

"Tomb of Ugeia" 

3:15 

d> ** "L'Apprentl sorrier" 
(1979, Drame) Jason MMer, 
Christine Lahti. Un savant tente 
de creer de nouvelet formes 
de vie et espere de merfter un 
prix Nobel. 

Mi 

"Rosalie Goes Shopping" 

DA ME SPORTS 



MORNING 

Mi 

WORLD CUP SURFING 

KARTING Coupe du Que- 
bec. (R) 

640 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 

640 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE Las 
phis recentes nouveaes da 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
ttgteuse. (R) 

740 

CYCLING 

FOOTBALL AUSTRALIEN 
Match de la Semaine (R) 

140 
SB BPOItTflOESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs da la 
joumee. (R) 

640 

61 INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 
640 

OOLF 

6J LIGUE CANADIENNE DE 

SOCCER La Blizzard da To- 
ronto contra les Steelers dr 
Hamilton. (R) 

1040 
69 SPRUCE MEADOWS TO- 



DAY 

1040 

MORSE SHOW JUMPING 

11:30 

VOLLEYBALL DC PLAQC 

Grand Prix Budwetoer du Que- 
bec. (R) 

AFTERNOON 

1240 
IB UP CLOSE 

LC MONDE DES COURSES 
Revue dee demJers evene- 
ments sportifs des courses 
cheval a travers I'Amerique du 
Nord. (R) 



"Abbott and Costelto In the 
Foreign Legion" 

1:30 

"Simon and the Dream Hun- 



LE TOUR DE FRANCE Let 
plus recentes nouvelaa de 
cette course de bicydette ores- 
tigieuse. (R) 

140 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detail!* 
des evenements sportifs de la 
(ournee. (R) 

1:30 

WWF WRESTUNO 

240 

UQUE CANAOSENNE DE 
SOCCER La Blizzard de To- 
ronto centre let Steeters de 
Hamirton (R) 

MI 

MOTORCYCLE RIDER 

340 

81 PBA BOWLING 
440 

AUTOUR DU MONDE 

440 

INSIDE THE PQA TOUR 

540 

OOLF 

GOLF Omnium des Etats 
Unis (Tounoi feminin). Premiere 
ronde, en provenance da Fort 
Worth. Texas. (En Direct) 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



HR^^HI Infvi 

740 

OCEAN OF WISDOM A pro- 
file of Tenzki Gyatso, Tibet's 
14th Dalai Lama. 

EVENING 

640 

NEWHARTg 
61 CSC NEWS 

6J CD LE TOUR DE FRANCE 

Las plus recants* nouvetos de 

cane course da bteydette pree- 

tigtauaa. 

OTJ CE SOW 

OD SlNEWSg 

(BOB NEWS 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL ; 



OTJ LEtt NOUVELLE8 

OTJ 61 PERFECT STRANGERS 

Larry and Balki are determined 

to attend a party despite their 

severe sunlamp sunburns. (R) 

(In Stereo) g 

61 LA ROUE CHANCEUSt 

Avec Donald Lautrec et Lynt 

Sarrazin. (R) 

SlNEWSg 

61 PASSE PARTOUT 

61 MACNEIL'LEHRER 

NEWSHOURg 

61 CANADIAN MOTORSPORT 

WEEKLY 

SI STOCK-CAR A ST- 

EUSTACHE 

7:30 

61 CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 
61 (ffi KATE * ALLME g 
61 OTJ CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
jeu-questionnaire ou les mots 
pourront valoir jusqu'a 
$100,000. 

CD LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 
jugs a la retraite entend des 
causes reltees a la vie quoti- 
dienne. 

OD 6B CHINA BEACH Colleen's 
nightmares resurface until she 
seeks therapy and discovers 
the cause of her flashbacks - 
post-traumatic stress syn- 
drome. (In Stereo) g 
(B NBC NEWS g 
O COUP DE FOUORE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

JEOPARDY I g 



SPORTSDCSK g 
61 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 

640 

61 HARD COPY Mystery sur- 
rounding the death of a photog- 
rapher who lured woman by 
claiming to have top modeling 
connections. (R) 
61 CFL FOOTBALL Toronto 
Argoa at Ottawa Rough Riders 
From Lansdowne Stadium. 
(Uve) 

SI CD FAIS-MCM UN DESSIN 
EN TOUR NEE 
) L'AVOCAT DU Dl ABLE 
WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
SB SURVIVRE Temoignages de 
gens qui ont fro4e la mort. 

MOVIE ** "Ragtime Sum- 
mar" (1977. Drama) David War- 
ner, Honor Blackman. FoNow- 
mg his release from a British 
prison, a conscientious objec- 
tor heads for a new life in Can- 
ada as a teacher in a boys' aca- 
demy. 

61 LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 
ODABCNEWSg 
61 NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT 

61 MOVIE **to "Old Gringo 
(1960) Oregon/ Pack, Jane 
Fonda. An American spinster is 
torn between an elderly Ameri- 
can adventurer and a fiery 
young general in Pancho Villa's 
army during the Mexican Revo- 
lution. (In Stereo) 'R g 

61 WORLD OF HORSE RAC- 

MO 

SI COURSES D'AUTO IMSA 

QTP. 

640 
61 CURRENT AFFAIR g 

OTJ L'HEURE JUSTE: LES 
TEMOINS 

OTJ LE BASEBALL Las Dodgers 
da Los Angeles centre les Ex- 
pos de Montreal Du Stade 
Otymptque (En Direct) 
OTJ 61 JOAN KENNEDY 
JEOPARDY! g 
OD ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NfOHT Actor Corbin Bamaan 
takes viewers behind the 
scenes of hie new movie. 
Grass Roots." (In Stereo) g 

MICHIGAN OUTDOORS 

LEAGUE BASE- 



SI MAYA L' ABEILLE 
61 AMERICAN JOURNEY 
6:15 

61 MOVIE *+ 'Frame- Up 
Blues" (1990) Kim Coates, 
Roberta Bizeau A musician's 
agreement to seduce a mobs- 
tar's estranged wife leads to 
murder with him as the number 
one suspect. 'NR' 

640 

OTJ CHEERS g 
SI OTJ SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Anknateur Martin Drairwille 
QD LE GRAND FRERE 
O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
61 WHEEL OF FORTUNE o 
SJ LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
61 EUROPEAN JOURNAL 

740 
61 (2) NEWS 



61 TOP COPS Agent credited 
with saving President Reagan 
during the 1961 assassination 
attempt; a prisoner attempts to 
burn down his oat; a troubled 
youth attempts suicide. (R) (Ir 
Stereo) g 

OTJ LES HERITIERS DL 

REVE Abby avoue etre i au 
teure du meurtre. Mais en fait, II 
n en est rian. 

OTJ 61 (9 COSBY SHOW Clair 
recalls old times with high- 
school friend Kris; Rudy tries to 
arrange her first date. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

O MOVIE *+Yi "Un Scandale 
presque part ait (1979, Come 
die) Keith Carradine, Monica 
Vitti Venu au festival da 
Cannes pour promouvoir son 



film, un jeune dneaste a une 
liaison avec I'epouse d'un prod- 
ucteur. 

61 AU PREMIER RANG "La 
technologic agricole Au pro- 
gramme: Comment la technoto- 
gie agricole a permis la conver- 
sion de I agriculture andenne 
en agriculture industrielle et 
commerctale 

OB SEA WORLD STAR 
SPANGLED SUMMER Musical 
variety special co-hosted by 
John Denver, Marilyn McCoo 
and William Shatner with per- 
formances by Alabama and 
others. (R) (In Stereo) g 

THIS OLD HOUSE Installing 
stress-skin panels over the 
barn's finished frame, g 

6:30 

CE 61 39 DIFFERENT WORLD 
Whffley needs to replace the 
rent money she spent; Terr- 
ance wants to become a Mus- 
lim. (R) (In Stereo) g 
61 LA ROUTF DCS VACANCES 
61 THIS OLD HOUSE Installing 
custom windows and skylights 
in the bam; landscaping ideas. 

GOLF Omnium das Etats- 
Unis (Tounoi feminin). Premiere 
ronde, en provenance de Fort 
Worth. Texas. (R) 

1040 

B TRIALS OF ROSIE O'NEILL 
Roale encounters startling pre- 
judice when aha defends a 
youth charged with the desa 
oration of a Jewish cemetery. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 
61 OTJ LE FACE A FACE La 
Crise arrwindienne: un an 
apres. Invite: Conrad SKXJI 
OTJ 61 MIDNIGHT CALLER 
Jack's marriage proposal to 
Devon Is soon overshadowed 
by the return of Richard Clark, 
the baby's biological father. (R) 
(In Stereo) g 

(9 CHEERS Rebecca gets cold 
feat after accepting Robin's 
marriage proposal; Fraster 
can't stop singing. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 
SlNEWSg 

81 BEAU ET CHAUD 
(3D GABRIEL'S FIRE Gabriel 
Bird is reunited with his ex-wife 
after she sees him on "Oprah 
Winfrey"; Victoria Heller dis- 
covers the Christmas spirit. (R) 
(In Stereo) g 

61 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN 

FRONTIERS The MIT design 
competition; the nature vs. nur- 
ture debate; restoring a prairie 
landscape near Chicago; eco- 
systems. (R) (In Stereo) g 
61 MOVIE *** "Tom Apart 

1040 

O WINGS The brothers once 
again vie for Helen's attention, 
this time with extravagant birth- 
day gifts. (R) (In Stereo) g 
SJ UP HOME TONIGHT 

1140 

61 CANDU) CAMERA... CRAZY 
COOKS AND COMEDY 
KITCHEN CAPERS Quest stars 
Khryatyna Haje and Jim Morris 
join Aden Funt when the hidden 
camera takes a comic look at 
kitchens. (R) (In Stereo) g 
61 NATIONAL g 
61 OTJ DANS LE DECOR 
OTJ LE TELEJOURNAL g 
CD 61 PAPER MAN Cromwell's 
(John Bach) plans to expand 
into television are jeopardized 
by those who disagree with his 
newspaper s politics. With Re- 
becca GJMng. (Part 2 of 6) g 
LA. LAW Latand proposes 
defending Rosalind on a 
savings-and-toan fraud charge; 
victor opposes a disfigured 
doctor who was ralaaaed by his 
partners (R) (In Stereo) g 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
SJ MOVIE * * * * "Hannah and 
Her Sisters" (1966, Comedy) 
Mia Farrow, Michael Caine 
Three Academy Awards want 
to Woody Alan's seriocomic 
portrait of two years in the emo- 
tional lives of three Manhattan 
sisters and other members of 
their extended family. 

IMAGES DE L'ABBE 
PROULX Au programme: les 
films du ptonnier du film docu- 
mentaire au Quebec I'abbe 
Maurice Proutx, dans leur con- 
texte Mstortque. 

(3D PRIMETIME LIVE g 
61 MYSTERY! ' Rumpole of the 
Bailey' A stockbroker Is sus- 
pected of insider trading; his 
wife's demand that he become 
a Quean's Counsel embar- 
rasses Rumpole (R) (Part 3 of 

8)g 



IDLE POINT 

1142 

11 JOURNAL 

1140 

61 SPORTS PLUS 
61 CFL FOOTBALL 
61 LE TOUR DE FRANCE Les 
plus recentes nouveHes de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse. 

11:46 

GCMETEO 
61 MOVIE "Love and Murder 

11:50 

OTJ LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:56 

QTJ LA OUOTIDIENNE 

1240 

61 08 (B> NEWS 
61 OTJ LES NOUVELLES TV Ay 
METEOg 
OTJ L'HEURE 
OTJ 61 CTV NEWS g 
69 MOVIE *+*Vfc "BilUe Holi- 
day chante le blues" (1972, 
Drame) Diana Ross, Billy Dee 
Williams. La vie dramatique de 
la celebre chanteuse de race 
noire BiHie Holiday. 
61 FEU VERT Magazine quebe- 
cois entierement consacre a 

1 environnement. (R) 

61 CASEBOOK OF SHERLOCK 

HOLMES 

61 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
das evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En Direct) 
1240 

NIGHT COURT 

(D) MOVIE **to "Two Soli- 
tudes" (1978, Drama) Stacey 
Keach, Jean-Pierre Aumont. 
The personal and professional 
lives of an aristocratic French 
Canadian begin to crumble un- 
der the onslaught of social 
change 

61 OTJ LES NOUVELLES DU 



OTJ SlNEWSg 
TONIGHT SHOW Sched- 
uled: actor Arnold Schwar- 
zenegger; violinist Itzhak Peri- 
man (In Stereo) 
61 CHARLOT ETERNEL Le 
monde tragi-comique de Char- 
lie Chaplin 
(S) NtQHTUNE g 

LIVING PLANET: A POR- 
TRAIT OF THE EARTH 

SPORTS AVENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fers 
decou vnr les acti vrtes de piem 
air et connattre las equipe- 
ments et techniques neces- 
saires pour les pratiquer. (R) 

12:46 

61 OTJ DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 



alite et la vie de couple. (R) 
140 

CHEERS g 

OTJ MOVIE *** "Le Temps du 
chatimenf (1961, Drame) Burt 
Lancaster, Diana MerrN. Un 
homme a decide de faire regner 
la paix dans les rues et d'assai- 
nir les quarters dits dangereux. 
OD SI MAGNUM, P.I. 
61 BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 
rJBMATLOCKg 
61 LES COURSES A TROIS 
RIVIERES Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome de 
Trois-Rivieres. 

1:15 

61 MOVIE **V4 "The Last War- 
rior" 

140 

ARSENIO HALL Scheduled: 
actor Patrick Swayze. (In 
Stereo) g 

OTJ UNE JOURNEE AVEC (R) 
(9 JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE (In Stereo) 

61 MICHIGAN OUTDOORS (R) 
61 STOCK CAR A 8T- 
EUSTACHE (R) 

240 

(NEWS 
tf PERSONALITIES 

THIS OLD HOUSE Installing 
stress-skin panels over the 
barn's finished frame. (R) g 
61 SQUASH Championnats 
WPSA: Finale chez tor 
hommes. (R) 

246 

(9 LATE NIGHT WITH DA Vlt 
LETTERMAN Scheduled: ac 
tress Mary Tyler Moore. (Ir 
Stereo) 

240 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIJ 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 
IT ENTERTAINMENT TO 
NIGHT Actor Corbin Bemser 
takes viewers behind the 
scenes of his new movie 
Grass Roots." (In Stereo) g 

THIS OLD HOUSE Installing 
custom windows and skylight! 
in the bam; landscaping Ideas 

(R)9_ 

61 UP CLOSE 

340 

61 NEWS (R) 

OB INTO THE NIGHT STAR- 
RING RICK DEES Scheduled: 
singer Franceses Beghe; com- 
ics Steve Kravttz, Brian McKim 
and Felicia Michaels. (In 
Stereo) 

61 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN 
FRONTIERS The MIT design 
competition; the nature vs. nur- 
ture debate; restoring a prairie 
landscape near Chicago; eco- 
systems. (R) (In Stereo) g 



61 MOVIE **to "The Return o 

Count Yorga" 

61 SPORTSDESK g 

61 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 

des evenements sportifs de la 

joumee. (En Direct) 

346 

(9 LATER WITH BOB COSTAS 
Guest: actor James Garner. (In 
Stereo) 

340 

O MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 
61 CYCLING 

61 VOLLEYBALL DE PLAGE 
Grand Prix Budweiser du Que- 
bec. (R) 

346 
(19 INSTANT RECALL 

440 

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DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

5.-00 

"Tom Apart" 

MM 

"The Lady Wants Mink' 

8:45 

"Eddie and the Cruisers II: 
Eddie Lives" 

IBM 

CD **'/?' 'Duel dans la pous- 
siere (1973, Western) Rock 
Hudson, Dean Martin. Un vo- 
leur s'etant retoume centre ses 
complices se livre vokxitaire- 
ment au sherif qui est un ami 
d enfance 

10:45 

"Penny Serenade' 

AFTERNOON 

12:45 

"Music Box" 

2:00 

*** "| Walk the Line" 
(1970. Drama) Gregory Peck, 
Tuesday Weld A Southern 
sheriff becomes the victim of an 
alluring young woman who is 
the daughter of a local moon- 
shiner. 

2:30 

CD **Vz "La Legende de 
Jesse James" (1972, Western) 
Cliff Robertson, Robert Duvall. 
Les circonstances entourant 
l attaque d'une banque du Min- 
nesota par la bande de Jesse 
James 

3:00 

"Ernest Goes to Jail" 

3:15 

CD **y* "Sans martre, ni fron- 
tiere ' (1980. A venture) Gran- 
ville Van Dusen, Linda Gray. Un 
eminent zootogue tente de pro- 

eger un groupe de chimpanzes 

iu ii a domestiques. 

4:30 

"Short Change" 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



nnv^WI I rlvJ 

5:30 

LIGUE CANADIENNE DE 
SOCCER Le Blizzard de To- 
ronto centre les Steelers de 
Hamilton (R) 

7:00 

CYCLING 

7:30 

LES COURSES A THOIS 
RIVIERES Les courses sous 
harnais a I hippodrome de 
Trois-Rivwres. (R) 

Mi 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
fes evenements sportif s de la 
ournee (R) 

Mi 

CANADIAN MOTORSPORT 

WEEKLY 

MI 

B GOLF 

LIGNE OUVERTE CHASSE 
ET PECHE Anime par ('expert 
de la chasse et de la peche. 
monsieur Jean Page, en com- 
pagme de monsieur Jean-Paul 
Chartrand Sr. (R) 

1040 

LUTTE CADET Champion 
nat mondlaux de lutte olym 
pique en provenance du centre 
de loisir CREPS a Alma, Que- 
bec. (R) 



10:30 

GOLF Omnium des Etats- 
Unis (Tounoi lemmin) Premiere 
ronde, en provenance de Fort 
Worth, Texas. (R) 

11:00 

CANADIAN SPORTF I SH ING 

AFTERNOON 

12:00 

UP CLOSE 

12*0 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE Les 

plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pros 
tigieuse (R) 



SPORTSOESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportif s de la 
journee. (R) 

1:30 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE 



MI 

COURSES D'AUTO IMSA 
GTP. (R) 

3:30 

SPORTS AVENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fera 
decouvrir les activites de ptein 
air et connaitre les equipe- 
ments et techniques neces- 
saires pour les pratiquer. (R) 

4.-00 

SERIE CYCUSME NATION- 
ALE Canadian Tire. (R) 

4:30 

SPRUCE MEADOWS 
TODAY 

5:00 

GOLF 

GOLF Omnium des Etats- 
Unis (Feminin) Deuxieme 
ronde, en provenance de Fort 
Worth, Texas. (En Direct) 

5:30 

GD EXPLORATION, SPORTS 
ET LOISIRS g 

EVENING 

6:00 

NEWHART g 

3D CBC NEWS 

<T) LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse 

3 CE SOIR 

d) NEWS g 
09 OB NEWS 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

BIZARRE 

MAYA L'ABEILLE 

ECONOMICS USA Govern- 
ment's inability to beat the high 
unemployment and inflation 
rates of the '70s. g 

Mi 

(D CHEERS g 

CD SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Animateur: Martin Drainvllle 
CD LE GRAND FRERE 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

TECHNOPOUnCS FDA tar- 
gets food labels; Phil Shabecoff 
on environmental journalism's 
future. 

MOVIE * * "Revenge of the 
Radioactive Reporter" (1989) 
David Scammell, Kathryn 
Boese. A journalist's investiga- 
tion of a nuclear power plant 
leads to a mind-bending dip in a 
cauldron of radioactive waste 
'NR' 

7:00 

39 3D NEWS 

3D VARIETY 

CD LES NOUVELLES 

CE FAMILY MATTERS 
Lonely Steve Urkel puts his 
fondest wish in a note ad- 



dressed to the Winslows. (In 
Stereo) g 

LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 
Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazin. (R) 

NEWSg 

PASSE-PARTOUT Pruneau 
cralnt a tort que sa mere ne 
lette les caiHoux qu'il coltec 
bonne. 

MACNEIULEHRER 
NEWSHOURg 

CYCLING 

COURSES D'AUTO IMSA. 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 

ODNEWHARTg 

ID CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
leu-questionnaire ou les mots 
pourront valoir jusqu'a 
$100,000. 

1 LA COUR EN DIRECT Un 
juge a la retrarte entend des 
causes reliees a la vie quoti- 
dienne. 

D JAKE AND THE FATMAN 
(In Stereo) g 
(9 NBC NEWSg 

COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

JEOPARDY! g 

LASSIE 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

Mi 

HARD COPY Couples mak- 
ing their own sex videos and 
selling them. (R) 

3D CAPITAL CITY The de- 
alers fear for their jobs when a 
rival bank bids for control of 
Shane Longman, g 

CD FAIS-MOI UN DESSIN 
EN TOURNEE 

(D L'AVOCAT DU DIABLE 
39 WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

URGENCES De ventables 
pohciers. pompiers, ambulan- 
ciers et equipes de secours ris- 
quent leur vie tous les jours en 
reponse a des appels sur la 

It 911. 
MOVIE ** "Ruckus" (1980. 
Drama) Dirk Benedict, Linda 
Blair. The arrival of a shell- 
shocked Vietnam veteran ruf- 
fles the calm of a peaceful Ala- 
bama town. 

LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 

If) ABC NEWSg 

NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: Market Moni- 
tor. 

MOVIE +*to "Lost Angels' 
(1989) Donald Sutherland, 
Adam Horovitz A rebellious 
teen-ager's acts of violence 
and irresponsibility land him in 
a less than sympathetic mental 
institution. (In Stereo) 'R' 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 

MOTO Grand Prix. En prove- 
nance de I'Autriche. 

Mf 

CURRENT AFFAIR g 

CD 9-1-1... Les evenements 
de la scene poHdere et judi- 
ciaire chaque semaine 

(D COMMENT CA VA? Au pro- 
gramme: Avoir la chair d* 
pouto; la pratique d 'activites 
physiques intenses, les inquie- 
tudes face a I'hosprtaltsatton; 
vivre sa grossesse le mieux 
possible, g 

CD MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Texas Ranger* at To- 
ronto Blue Jays. From the Sky- 
Dome. (Live) g 
39 JEOPARDY! g 
38 ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Actor Walter Matthau 
discusses his new television 
movie, "Cobb's Law." (In 



Stereo) g 

TO BE ANNOUNCED 

DRAG RACING 

MI 

VERDICT "Connecticut vs. 
Roger Ligon Trial of a Vietnam 
veteran charged with the shoot- 
ing death of his neighbor. (In 

Stereo) O 

3D STREET LEGAL g 

CD MOVIE ** Entre le cre- 
puscule et I'aube" (1974. 
Drame) Peter Falk, Patrick 
McGoohan. Un detective astu- 

cieux soupconne de meurtre le 
directeur d'une academie mili- 
taire. 

' U LA NOBLE MAISON Fidele a 
la tradition instituee cent cm- 
quante ans auparavant par le 
fondateur de la Noble Maison, 
le 'Tai-Pan precede a la pas 
sation des pouvoirs aax mains 
de son successeur. (Partie 1 de 

4)g 

3ft MOVIE ** "Chameleons" 
(1 989, Comedy) Marcus Gilbert, 
Crystal Bernard. Two women 
join forces with a costumed cri- 
mefighter to expose the men 
responsible for killing their 
grandfather, a self-styled su- 
perhero. (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE ** "Le Temple du 

dieu soteil" (1984, Aventure) 
David Warbeck, Susie Sudlow. 
Le tresor le plus convoite du 
monde, le temple legendaire du 
Dieu Soleil Gilgamesh. est pro- 
fondement enterre dans les sa- 
bles brulants du desert. 

FEU VERT INTERNA- 
TIONAL Sujets: le masacre 

d'un symbole national en Aus- 
tralia les kangourous; La mar 
du Nord, un egout a ciei ouvert; 
lAntarctique, un continent sau- 
vage au bord de la destruction; 
une course centre la montre 
pour sauver le rhinoceros noir. 
32) FULL HOUSE Joey is se- 
cretly taped for a video dating 
service and meets the woman 
of his dreams. (R) (In Stereo) g 

WASHINGTON WEEK IN 

REVIEW (In Stereo) g 

GYMNASTKXJE Grand Prix. 

Competition Internationale en 
provenance de Brisbane en 
Austrahe 

9:30 

TRUE DETECTIVES An in- 
quiry into poisoned pain cap- 
sule deaths reveals a murder 
plot. Host: Gregory Harrison. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
EXPLORE Sujets: I'opera chi- 
nois. les Sherps du Nepal. 

3D FAMILY MATTERS Lonely 
Steve Urkel puts his fondest 
wish in a note addressed to the 
Winslows. (R) (In Stereo) g 

WALL STREET WEEK "A 

Market for New Issues?" 
Guest: editor Robert S. Natate. 
(In Stereo) g 

WWF WRESTLING 

1000 

FLASH A criminal with a plan 
to control Central City hires a 
hit man who freezes his victims 
to death with a state-of-the-art 
gun. (R) (In Stereo) g 

OD NATIONAL g 

NEWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUD 

ir PERFECT STRANGERS 
Larry and Baiki are determined 



to attend a party despite ieir 
severe sunlamp sunburns. (R) 
(In Stereo) g 

OFF THE RECORD 

MOVIE ** "Night Game 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE Les 
plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse 

tftfl 

3D JOURNAL 

1MI 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

\7 MISS JONES Drama pilot. 
An attorney carefully juggles 
life as a single parent with her 
job at a law firm representing 
athletes. (In Stereo) g 

MARILYN MACKAY'S AU- 
TOGRAPH Guest: race car 
driver Jackie Stewart. (Part 1 of 

2) 

CFL FOOTBALL 

FOOTBALL DE LA LIGUE 
CANADIENNE Les Eskimos de 
Edmonton centre lea Roughri- 
jers de la Saskatchewan. En 
xovenance du Taylor Field de 
Regina. (En Direct) 

10:50 

(D TIRAGE DE LA MINI/ 
PROVINCIAL/INTER PLUS 

11 KM) 

SWEATING BULLETS An 
assassin hires an unsuspecting 
Nick and Sytvie to locate his 
next intended target. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

3D NEWS 

CD DANS LE DECOR 
CD LE TELEJOURNAL g 

39 MIDNIGHT CALLER Jack's 
marriage proposal to Devon is 
soon overshadowed by the re- 
turn of Richard Clark, the ba- 
by's biological father. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

MOVIE *** "Broadway 
Danny Rose" (1964, Comedy) 
Woody Allen, Mia Farrow. 
Good intentions and bad judge- 
ment go hand in hand for a 
small-time talent agent attempt- 
ing to promote an over-the-hiN 
nightclub singer. 

PARLER POUR PARLER 
Passtonnes de la moto" Cinq 

personnes qui partagent une 
meme passion, ceile de la 
moto. 

37! 20/20 Scheduled: a report 
on the alarming number of inju- 
ries associated with youth 
baseball and the need for im- 
provements in safety equip- 
ment, g 

AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE 
"Andre's Mother" Sada 
Thompson and Richard Tho- 
mas star in Terrence McNally's 
play about AIDS, and how loved 
ones cops with a man's death. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 

11:20 
CULE POINT 

11:30 

O 11 GOOD ROCKIN' TONITE 
Interviews with the Doobte 
Brothers, Trixter, Glen Stace. 
Patrick Swayze; videos by 
Bryan Adams, Amy Grant and 
Crowded House; top 20 count- 
down. 

I FULL HOUSE Joey is se- 
cretly taped for a video dating 
service and meets the woman 
of his dreams. (R) (In Stereo) g 

SPORTS PLUS 



The Northern Light, 

11:46 
CUMETEO 

MOVIE *** "Total Recall 

11:50 

(D LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:55 

(D LA OUOTIDIENNE/ 
BANCO 

12:00 

(9 3?) NEWS 

CD LES NOUVELLES TV A, 
METEOg 

CD L'HEURE G 

d) CTV NEWS g 

MOVIE ** "Les Roses de 
Matmata" (1988, Drame) Dayle 
Haddon, Jean-Luc Bideau. Une 
legende bergere veut que trois 
roses de sable revelent le se- 
cret de la nchesse, en Tunisie, 
ou un jeune archeotogue fait 
ses recherches. 

PREMIERE LIGNE Faut-il 
mterdire le travail des 
en f ants 9 ' 

TO B* ANNOUNCED 

12*0 

NIQKI COURT 

3D MOVIE "The Lilac Bus" 
(1990, Drama) Stephanie Be 
acham, Con O Neill An Irish 
bus driver comes to a cross- 
road in his life. 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 



39 TONIGHT SHOW Sched- 
uled: actor Tony Danza; comic 
Stove Kelly (In Stereo) 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
EXPLORE Sujets: ('opera chi- 
nois, les Sherps du Nepal. (R) 
OB NKJHTUNE g 

MOVIE **** "West Side 
Story" (1961. Musical) Natalie 
Wood, Richard Beymer. A West 
Side boy fads in love with a 
Puerto Rican girl, adding fuel to 
the fire of a New York gang war. 

12:45 

CC MOVIE ** "Le Chati- 
ment de la pierre magtque 
(1985, A venture) John Stanton. 
Rebecca Gilling. En Australia 
en 1955. un honvne s'installe 
avec sa femme dans le ranch 
qu'N a construrt sur d anciennes 
terres sacrees. 






CHEERS g 

(D MOVIE *** "Ces garcons 
qui venaient du Bresil (1978, 
Drame) Gregory Peck, Laur- 
ence Olivier Un jeune amen- 
cam vivant au Paraguay ap- 
prend ('existence d'un plan 
ambitieux ourdi par d'ex-nazis 
CD MAGNUM, P.I. 

BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 
if MATLOCKg 

1:30 

ARSENIC HALL (In Stereo) 

g 

09 JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE 

SPORTSDESKg 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets. 

1:45 

MOVIE **Vi "Another 48 
MRS." 

MO 

(9 NEWS (R) 
3D PERSONALITIES 

BOXING 

MOTO Grand Prix. En prove- 






Wed., July 10, 19915 

nance de I'Autriche. (R) 

06 

tO; LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN Scheduled: mu- 
sic group Crowded House. (In 
Stereo) 

2:30 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 

m ENTERTAINMENT TO 
NIGHT Actor Walter Matthau 
discusses his new television 
movie, "Cobb's Law." (In 
Stereo) g 

MO 

NEWS (R) 

ir IN CONCERT Scheduled: 
Billy Idol; the Oivinyls; School of 
Fish. (In Stereo) 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportif s de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

3:05 
<!$) TONY ROB8INS 

MOVIE *** "The Demi- 
Paradise" (1943, Comedy) Sir 
Laurence Olivier. Penelope 
Dudley Ward. A Russian inven- 
tor arrives in England just be- 
fore the outbreak of World War 
II and is bewildered by the cus- 
toms and people he encoun- 
ters. 

Ml 

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 

MOVIE **to "Blood Red 

FOOTBALL DE LA LIGUE 
CANADIENNE Les Eskimos de 
Edmonton centre les Roughri- 
ders de la Saskatchewan. En 
provenance du Taylor Field de 
Regina. (R) 

3:35 
39 INSTANT RECALL 

4:00 

(S) CELEBRATE THE SOUL OF 
AMERICAN MUSIC Ella Fitz- 
gerald is among those honored 
by this program recognizing 
black music and its influence. 
Hosts: Dionne Warwick. Dia- 
hann Carroll and Phihp Michael 
Thomas. 

4:05 
39 NEWS (R) 

4:30 

MOVIE **V4 "My Blood 
Runs Cold" (1965. Horror) Troy 
Donahue. Joey Heatherton. A 
girl's life is endangered when 
she becomes involved with a 
man who calls her by the name 
of a long-dead ancestor. 

39 FRIDAY NIGHT VIDEOS (In 
Stereo) 

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Your Week Ahead Horoscope 

Forecast Period: July 14 - Jly 20, 1991 



ARIES 

Mir. 2 1 Apr 19 

TAURUS 
Apr. 2t-M*y 20 

<;EMINI 

May 21-Jurw 20 

CANCER 
Jme 21-July 22 

LEO 

July 23 Aug. 22 

VIRGO 

Af. 23-Sept. 22 



LIBRA 

Sept. 23 Oct. 22 

SCORPIO 
Oct. 23-Nov. 21 

SAGITTARIUS 
NOT. 22-Dec. 21 

CAPRICORN 
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AQUARIUS 

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The Northern Light, Wed., July 10, 19917 



Eurythmics forego 
typical "hits" route 



Kurythmics-Greatest This may or may not 
Hits be true in terms of con- 
Remember when the slant exposure and criti- 
term 'new wave* actu- cal success, but the 
ally meant something? Eurythmics have never- 
When it did, the theless always been 
Eurythmics were a ma- there, 
jor part of it 
the 



From the chart- 
topping hit "Sweet 
Dreams (Are Made of 
This)" to 1989's 
"Would I Lie To You", 
Annie Lennox and Dave 
Stewart have pioneered 
the genre, moving 
gracefully through 
"new wave" pop, al- 
ways managing to stay 
at the forefront. 



And if it wasn't al- 
ways the music that got 
most of the attention, it 
may well have been 
Lennox' penchant for 
cross-dressing, flam- 
boyance, and general 
charisma. 

Stewart, meanwhile, 
has been the musical 
genius on the sidelines, 
providing the technical 
backbone of the unit. 



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VIDEO REVIEW 

By MICHAEL J. BOURGUIGNON 
Northern Light Staff . 

MammUt 

Ruing ur Winooa Ryder once again pUyi a quirky, 
troubled teenager u she did in such flbni u Beetlejmce'. 
Heatktn. and Welcome Home. Roxy Carmichatl. 

This lime around, she is troubled by her Jewish mother, 
portrayed to perfection by Cher (Moonstruck). 

Seems young Charlotte (Ryder) his some difficulty 
coming to terms with mom's trampy ways, and chooses to 
rebel by obsessively immersing herself in Catholicism. 

Thst in itself would not be enough to cany the film, but 
there is more; much more. 

With a combination of touching moments snd flashes of 
warm humor. Mermaids endears itself to the viewer in way 
that only a few films da 

The effective use of a voice-over narration maintains the 
continuity of the story , while several subplots keep the action 
moving. 

Everything is tied together in the end, despite Tint 
appearances that would suggest an aimless movie about the 
Family from Hell. 

The one objection some viewers may have is to the 
opening sequence, which is nothing more than a slick music 
video, featuring Cher's questionable vocal talents over a 
series of elms from the film. 

Once that t over, however. Mermaids quickly becomes 
the kind of movie you watch in a cozy chair with someone 
special. 
The Griften 

A powerful cast makes this Stephen Frears film, about a 
trio of con artists, every bit the winner is has been made out to 
be by critics. 

John Cusack (Fatman and Little Boy), Anjelica Huston 
(The Witches) snd Annette Benning (Postcards from the 
Edge) are a young con, the estranged mother, snd the 
girlfriend. 

Together, they tackle the seedy world of con games in Los 
Angeles. 

As strange a crew as has ever been conceived, all three are 
play ing on different levels, yet somehow manage to maintain 
tight relationship that is almost, but not quite, familial. 

In fact, it is initially unclear whether Huston is really 
supposed to be Quack's mother, but then he is a child only a 
mother could love. 

This is probably Cusack's best role to date, although 
Fatman and Little Boy may be a dose second, in terms of 
dramatic performance. 

Huston is also wonderful, coming across with as frigid a 
personality as can be imagined, except when her son enters 
the scene. 

Her love for him is obvious, but in the bitter finale, it is 
learned that, to a grifter (con artist), money is thicker than 
blood. 

Highly recommended. 



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This latest release 
spans the scope of the 
duo's career thus far, 
dating back to 1982's 
"Love is a Stranger"; in 
short, it is the definitive 
Eurythmics collection. 

"Sex Crime (1984)" 
is a personal favorite 
among the 18 tracks 

herein, but most of the 
tunes that have spelled 
success for the 
Eurythmics are in- 
cluded as well. 

Unfortunately, 
"Who's That Girl" is 
one of them. 

But there is also the 
moody "Here Comes 
the Rain Again", and 
the anihemic "Sisters 
Arc Doin* It For Them- 
selves", as well as "Mis- 
sionary Man", and-if 
you liked this one 
"There Must Be an 
Angel (Playing With 
My Heart)/ 

The Eurythmics have 
chosen to forego the 
'greatest hits' tradition 



a previously unreleased 
live track, fresh mater- 
ial, or an alternate take 
or two. 

Instead, they have al- 
lowed the music to 
speak for itself, trans- 
porting the listener 
through the archives of 
1980s pop music as seen 
through the eyes of Len- 
nox and Stewart 

For those who have 
stayed with the band all 
these years, Greatest 
Hits is an excellent way 
to enjoy all the favorites 
without ever getting out 
of bed to change the 
channel; while for those 
who may not be as fa- 
miliar with the music, it 
is an introductory 
primer made easy. 

Finally, for VCR ad- 
dicts, a home video ver- 
sion of Greatest Hits is 
also available; we must 
not forget after all, that 
the Eurythmics rode the 
crest of the music video 
craze to get get where 
they are today. 
(RCA/BMG) 



of including an added 
incentive to buy, such as 

'Golden Years' role is 
felicitous for Huffman 

If Felicity Huffman's role in 
Stephen King's "Golden 



Years" seems unusual, there's 
a good reason for it. (The sum- 
mer series premieres Tues- 
day, July 16, as a two-hour 
movie, then moves to Thurs- 




Felicity Huffman 



days for a six-episode run.) 

"She was written as a man, 
Otis, two weeks before they 
cast me," Huffman reveals. 

Her character, now named 
Terry Spann, is the head of se- 
curity at a secret government 
lab in which an explosion in- 
jures elderly janitor Harlan 
Williams (Keith Szarabajka). 
Not long afterwards, Harlan's 
wife, Gina (Frances Sternha- 
gen), notices some puzzling 
changes in her husband - he 
actually seems to be getting 
younger. With the government 
ready to pounce on this most 
unusual specimen, Harlan and 
Gina make a run for it and find 
an unlikely ally in Terry. 

"What happens to him is 
what everybody wants," says 
Huffman. "Those aches start 
to disappear. You start to have 
energy. At first it seems like a 
blessing. Then I think he real- 
izes that what he's giving up is 
growing old with - if you'll ex- 
cuse me - his soul mate. And 
the price is incredibly high." 

Huffman enjoyed Stephen 



King's writing long before she 
landed the role. "But what at- 
tracted me wasn't, 'Oh, a Ste- 
phen King project; sign me 
up!' * she says. "What attract- 
ed me was the character." 

Huffman is intrigued by the 
fact that Terry was created 
without sexist assumptions. "I 
hope she will be a new kind of 
woman on television, one that 
doesn't need to be conniving, 
one that doesn't have to be ma 
nipulatively weak, one who is 
given her due," she says. "I 
hope that it comes off as it's 
written, because it's possible 
that it won't. And I hope that 
it's appreciated as such if I 
played it right, which it's pos- 
sible that I didn't." 

If Huffman sounds a little 
uncertain, it's because she has 
worked primarily in theater 
(she was Madonna's replace- 
ment in "Speed-the-Plow" on 
Broadway), and working in 
front of the camera requires 
an entirely different mind-set. 

"You go in with something 
prepared, and the director 
gives you blocking that is the 
antithesis of that-," she says. 
"So in 10 minutes - literally - 
you've got to reanalyze the 
scene and ref igure out what 
you're doing. I watch Keith 
Szarabajka, who has done a lot 
more television than I, and 
Frannie Sternhagen, who's 
done quite a bit of film work, 
and you can see them dancing 
around the process. They're 
really facile at changing 
things and being impulsive." 

For Huffman, it's more of a 
struggle. "It's like playing a 
tennis game in the dark," she 
says. "When you hit the ball it 
feels good, but you can't see 
where it went." 



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MOVIE ** -Night Game' 
CYCLING 

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39 BRANDED 

CFL FOOTBALL 

6.-00 

(9 DUE PROCESS 
3D WWF WRESTLING SPOT 
LIGHT 

WILD, WILD WORLD OF 
ANIMALS 

6:30 

WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE 
39 CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP 
1 BUSINESS RLE Examines 
the relationship between the 
environment and business. 

SERIE C YCLISME NATION 
ALE Canadian Tire. (R) 

6:46 

MOVIE ** v 2 -The Dunwict 
Horror" 

7:00 

EBONY/JET SHOWCASE 
Singers Freddie Jackson arc 
L L Cod J; actor Don Franklin 
(R) 

9 OPEN DOORS 

3D SECOND GENERATION 

CONTEMPORARY HEALTH 
ISSUES 

7:25 
39 NEWSWORTHY 

Ml 

m MONSTERS TODAY A lucky 
coin gives Eddie good fortune 
while causing equal misfortune 
to others. (R) g 

10 KIDBITS 

3D WEEKEND SPECIAL -The 
Girl With ESP" A girt with extra- 
sensory powers foresees her 
7-year-old brother's disappear- 
ance. (R) g 

PSYCHOLOGY: THE STUDY 
OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR 

L'UNIVERS DU PLEIN AIR 
Un nouvelle emission de 
chasse el peche. (R) 

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KRYPTON FACTOR 

35 MARVEL SUPERHER- 
OES 

I ROCKETS (In Stereo) g 
39 LITTLE RASCALS 

POLKA DOT DOOR 

3D MEUNOA'S BUND A teen- 
age girt blinded in an accident 
learns to cope with her disabii- 

FOCUS ON SOCIETY 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportif s de la 
joumee. (R) 

6:15 

MOVIE ** "War Gods 01 
the Deep" 

6:30 

BILL 6 TED'S EXCELLENT 
ADVENTURES g 

35 MARVEL SUPERHER- 
OES 

I BIONIC SIX 
39 AMERICA'S TOP 10 

WAKE, RATTLE ft ROLL 
073 CAPTAIN PLANET AND 
THE PLANETEERS 

WRITE COURSE "Revision 
Strategies" g 

THOROUGHBRED DIGEST 

SUPER FORME Une serie 
Remissions de danse aero- 
bique. (R) 

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61 JIM HENSON'S MUPPET 
BABIES g 
61 05 CIRCLE SQUARE 



CD GABBY ET LES PETITS 

MALINS 

CD 61 NEW ADVENTURES 

OF WINNIE THE POOH g 

39 CAMP CANDY g 

PATHS OF DEVELOPMENT 
61 SESAME STREET Oscar 
shows off his art collection. (R) 

g 

SPORTSDESKg 
61 DEFI MINI PUTT (R) 

9:30 

35 WONDERSTRUCK 
CD TOUFTOUFS ET POL- 
LUARDS 

QD WONDER WHY? g 
39 CAPTAIN N AND THE AD- 
VENTURES OF SUPER MARIO 
BROTHERS 3 g 
61 AROUND US 
3D WIZARD OF OZ g 

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
WRESTLING POWER HOUR 

9:46 
61 MOVIE ** "Railroaded' 

10HW 

61 QARF1ELD AND FRIENDS g 
61 35 UNDER THE UMBRELLA 
TREE 

61 (D 0.1. JOE 

CD LE UVRE DE LA JUNGLE g 
(X) 61 3D SUMERI AND THE 
REAL GHOSTBU8TERS g 
61 LAND MUST PROVIDE 
61 MICHIGAN BOATER 
61 GOLF Omnium des Etats 
Unis (Femmin) Deuxieme 
ronde, en provenance de Fort 
Worth, Texas. (R) 

MM 
61 35 BLUE RAINBOW 

CD LES TRANSFORMERS 
CD IL ETAIT UNE FOIS 
...L'HOMME Lhistoire de 
I'homme. des ohgines de la vie 
jusqu'a nos jours, g 

39 GRAVEDALE HIGH g 
61 NEW FOREST 
61 HERBAL HARVEST A sage 
and star anise kitchen wreath 
and two swags. 
61 WORLD OF HORSE RAC- 
ING 

11:00 

61 TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA 
TURTLES g 

61 35 STREET CENTS Topic: 
time. (R) g 

CD LE JOURNAL DE L'HIS- 
TOiRE 

CD LES AVENTURES DE 
SHERLOCK HOLMES 
CD 61 OB BEETLEJUICE g 
(9 KID 'N PLAY g 
61 MARITIME STUDIES 
61 VICTORY GARDEN A pri- 
vate hillside garden in Calif, g 
61 MOVIE **Y* "Winter Peo- 
ple" 

CANADIAN SOCCER 
LEAGUE 

11:30 

61 35 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 
61 (D BONNE PECHE 
IX) L'OR DES AUTRE8 
(DOWL/TVg 
3ft SATURDAY VIDEOS g 
61 YOUR CHOICE... OUR 
CHANCE 
3Z> NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK 

61 MOTORWEEK GMC Sy 
clone pickup truck; air bags; a 
stock car racing school; build 
ing a car. (In Stereo) 

AFTERNOON 

1240 

61 WWF SUPERSTARS OF 
WRESTLING 
61 35 STAR TREK 
61 CD HARRY ET COMPAONIE 
(XI LES HERDS DU SAMEDI 
Sports equestres. Rencontre 



provinciate Enregistree at x 

Ecuries La Chaudiere, Quebec 

CD 3D BUGS BUNNY ft 

TWEETYg 

36 CHERRY ROYALE PARADE 

61 R2000: THE BETTER BUILT 

HOUSE 

69 THIS OLD HOUSE Installing 

custom windows and skylights 

in the bam; landscaping ideas. 

61 LA LUTTE WCW (R) 
12:30 

SEA VENTURE Young peo- 
ple from diverse backgrounds 
sail a square-topsail schooner 
from New York City to Nova 
Scotia. 

61 NEW YANKEE WORKSHOP 
A hutch modeled on an Early 
American cupboard in Old Stur- 
bndge Village's Fitch House, g 
61 LE TOUR DE FRANCE Les 
plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse (R) 

1:00 

61 SOUL TRAIN Levert; Poor 
Righteous Teachers. (R) (In 
Stereo) 

35 I LOVE LUCY 

QD MOVIE **Vt "La Cage 
aux poutes (1982, Comedie) 
Doily Parton, Burl Reynolds. Au 
Texas, un animateur de televi- 
sion part en guerre centre une 
maison de tolerance. 

(X) LA DEFILE DU STAMPEDE 
1991 Les (aits sai Hants de ce 
spectacuiaire defile, enregistre 
a Calgary le 5 juillet 
(X) 61 WWF WRESTLING 
61 TRAVEL MAGAZINE 
37) CLUB CONNECT The fic- 
tional Frank Friendly s Used 
Friends; a teen's worst night- 
mare. 

61 MICHIGAN OUTDOORS (R) 
61 MOVIE **to "Turner & 
Hooch" 

SPORTSDESKg 

61 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) 

1:30 

61 35 REFLECTIONS 
61 EVERYDAY WORKOUT 
3D GOLF Senior British Open 
Third round from Royal Lytham 
St. Anne's, England. (Live) g 

GREAT LAKES OUTDOORS 

(R) 

61 WATERSPORT WORLD 

61 SUPER FORME Une serie 

d emissions de danse aero 

bique. 

2:00 

MOVIE **tt "Beat Street 
(1984. Musical) Rae Dawn 
Cheng, Guy Davis. Young peo- 
ple in a contemporary urban 
ghetto find creative outlets in 
graffiti art. rapping and breakd- 
ancing. 

35 FOCUS NORTH 

(X) TRAOUENARDS Par leur 
sens de ('observation et leur ca- 
pacite de reflexion, des adoles- 
cents aventureux triomphent 
de situations perilteuses (Par- 
tie 1 de 3) g 

OD 61 BLUE JAY BANTER 
36 TIGERS PREGAME SHOW 

MOVIE ** Grayeagle 
(1977, Western) Ben Johnson, 
Lana Wood. A 19th-century 
Montana trapper embarks on a 
desperate mission to rescue 
his daughter from her Chey- 
enne captors. 

OUTDOORSMEN 

CANADIAN GOLF TODAY 

A COMMUNIOUER 

2:30 
O (11) CHOICES 



(I) 61 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Texas Rangers at To- 
ronto Blue Jays. From the 
SkyDome. (Live) g 
39 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Kansas City Royals at 
Detroit Tigers. From Tiger 
Stadium. (Live) 

MICHIGAN MAGAZINE 

GOLF 

2:45 

MOVIE ** "Cookie 

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35 BOB IZUMI REAL FISH- 
ING SHOW 

UQAM PRISE 21 

38 GOLF U.S. Women s Open 
Championship. Third round 
from the Colonial Country Club 
in Fort Worth, Texas. (Live) g 

WORLD TRAVEL AND AD- 
VENTURE 

3:30 

05 CANADIAN REFLEC- 
TIONS 

CD MOVIE "Cinema" 

(X) L'UNIVERS DES SPORTS 
Au programme: Les Regates 
de Valleyfield; LJgue mondiale 
de volleyball: Canada Bresil 

THOROUGHBRED DIGEST 

Ml 

NAKED GUN 2 1/2: LOOK- 
ING DOWN THE BARREL OF 
COMEDY A look at David and 
Jerry Zucker, the minds behind 
"Airplane!" and "The Naked 
Gun." 

35 SPORTS WEEKEND 
Scheduled: Calgary Stampede 
Rodeo Finals; Royal Victoria 
Boat Races from Victoria; Can- 
adian Summer Diving Cham- 
pionships from Montreal; 
Cleveland Grand Prix auto 
race. (Live) 

BEST SELLERS 

EGLISE: MYSTERE ET MIS- 
SION 

COLLECTORS From New 
Orleans. Culinary antiques and 
the Cornstalk Fence House. (In 
Stereo) g 

CANADIAN MOTORSPORT 
WEEKLY 

4:15 

MOVIE **to "Cadillac 
Man" 

4:30 

MASTER OF MAKEUP 

CHALLENGE 

HOMETIME How to install 
picket and chain-link fences, g 

BOXING 

5:00 

TWILIGHT ZONE 

30 SUPER SPORTS FOLLIES 

SPORT FISHING 

TOUT UN MONDE A 
SUIVRE 

FRUGAL GOURMET A 
Ukrainian dinner featuring bee) 
Stroganoff, borscht and pe- 
gach (In Stereo) g 

STOCK-CAR A ST 
EUSTACHE (R) 

5:30 

MAKING OF TERMINATOR 
2: JUDGMENT DAY 

CD LES TORTUES NINJA 
(X) EXPEDITION L Quest du La- 
brador, un monde de differ- 
ence. 

00 CANDLEPIN CHAL- 
LENGE 

36 THIS WEEK IN BASEBALL 

LES PIERRAFEU 

OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN 

FEU VERT INTERNA- 
TIONAL Sujets: le masacre 
d un symbole national en Aus- 
tralia: les kangourous, La mer 
du Nord, un egout a ciei ouvert; 

1 Antarctique. un continent sau 
vage au bord de la destruction; 
une course centre la montre 
pour sauver le rhinoceros noir 

(R) 

3D WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS 

Scheduled: Summer Skate 
competition from Florida. (Live) 

TASTE OF LOUISIANA 
Brown oyster stew, stuffed 
flounder, seafood slaw and 
crabmeat salad. 0" Stereo) 

SERIE CYCUSME NATION- 
ALE Canadian Tire. 

EVENING 

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AUTO RACING NASCAR 
Winston Legends. A 40-lap 
race featuring former stars of 
NASCAR. From Charlotte Mo- 
tor Speedway in Charlotte. N.C. 
(Taped) 

(X) LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
rette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse. 

OD VISIONS D'ICI Des couples 
de jumeaux nous dlsent com- 
ment its vivent tour relation 



39 MAGNUM, P.I. 

COUP DE SOLEIL Tous les 
sports et loisirs de plein air pra- 
tiques I'ete. 

WWF CAVALCADE WRES- 
TLING 

LA PLANETE VIVANTE "Le 
ciel au-dessus de nos tetes 
L animateur David Attenbor- 
ough nous entretient aujour- 
d'hui de la terre entouree d'une 
mince couche gazeuue essen- 
tieile a la vie et de ('atmosphere 
qui la protege des rayons no- 
cifs du soteil et du bombarde- 
ment des meteorites. 

HEALTH MATTERS Topic: 
new relief for arthritis. 

MOVIE **Vi "Ghostbusters 
II" (1989) Bill Murray, Dan Ayk- 
royd. The boys regroup after a 
long-dead Carpathian warlock 
selects an infant through which 
he can return to Earth and ring 
in a new age of evil. (In Stereo) 
PG'g 

6:30 

CD VIDEO ROCK DETENTE 
Les meilleurs videoclips rock 
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NEWTON'S APPLE Using 
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works, g 

7:00 

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35 SPORTS WEEKEND 
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(1985, A venture) Christopher 
Reeve, Rosanna Arquette. En 
1928. apres I'ecrasement d'un 
avion dans les Rocheuses, un 
piiote et sa passagere tentent 
de repindre la civilisation. 

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LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 
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VOLLEYBALL DE PLAGE 
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bec. 

7:10 
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7:20 

CD DUET Un petit oiseau, par 
son chant, brise la solitude d'un 
pnsonnier jusqu a sa liberation 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 
CD SAMEDI P.M. Emission de 
vanetes enregistree au Spec- 
trum de Montreal. Avec Martin 
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Hi UP AND COMING 
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COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
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NEW FACES 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
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CLUB CONNECT The fic- 
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SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
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35 MOVIE The Morning 
Man" (1987, Drama) Bruno 
Doyon, Kerrie Keane. A fact- 
based account of Paul Na- 
deau's attempts to build a new 
life for himself under a different 
identity following his escape 
from a Quebec prison, g 

CD KATT8 ft DOG A boy 
turns in his drug-abusing father 
after the man suffers a drug- 
related heart attack. (R) (in 
Stereo) g 
36 WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

SAMEDI SOIH Invites: Mar- 
tin Draniville, Josee Gauvin 
(mannequin), le groupe Pied de 
poule. 

MOVIE **Vfe "Three 
O'Clock High (1987, Comedy) 
Casey Siemaszko, Anne Ryan. 
A timid high-school student 
thinks his days are numbered 
when he is forced to fight the 
new kid in school, a bully whose 
exploits are legendary. 

ir ENTERTAINMENT TO 



NIUHT An interview with ac- 
tress Annette Bening on her 
blossoming career ("Regarding 
Henry." "Bugsy"). (In Stereo) g 

BEST OF NATIONAL GEO- 
GRAPHIC A look at Australia's 
outback. 

MOVIE **'/2 "My Blue 
Heaven" (1990) Steve Martin, 
Rick Morams An FBI agent 
finds his work cut out for him 
when he's assigned to help an 
incorrigible criminal begin a 
new life as part of the Federal 
Witness Protection program. 
(In Stereo) 'PG-13' g 

CFL REPORT 

SKI NAUTIOUE Le Tour du 
monde. 

8:30 

(X) LE BASEBALL Les Dodgers 
de Los Angeles centre les Ex- 
pos de Montreal Du Stade 
Olympique (En Direct) 
(XI BORDERTOWN A party 
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39 MICHIGAN LOTTERY ME 
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MOVIE **to "Rude Awak- 
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10:30 

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39 DEAR JOHN Club members 

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MOVIE **** "Les Dents 
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LAWRENCE WELK SHOW 
"Vaudeville" Songs include 
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9:30 

OD GOOD SPORTS 
39 DOWN HOME Kate sus- 
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MOVIE *** "Anne Trister" 
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Louise Marleau Apres la mort 
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10:00 

35 GOLDEN GIRLS 
Blanche's pregnant daughter. 
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OTJ HOT SHOTS Jason and 
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NEWSg 

3D UNDER COVER Following 
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EVENING AT POPS The 
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Leonard Bernstein. Host: Bea 
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. June Anderson. (In Stereo) 



OTJ LES NOUVELLES DU 
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MOVIE *** Medecms des 
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35 KIDS IN THE HALL g 
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39 CAROL ft COMPANY A solo 
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LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

HARNESS RACING 

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(X) MOVIE ** L Enfance de 
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12:15 

35 NEWS 



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35 MOVIE **to "A Man. a 
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CD MOVIE ** "Vengeance 
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LE MONDE DES COURSES 
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SESAME STREET Julia 
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TRANSWORLD SPORT 

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OB NICKY AND THE NERD An 
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12:30 



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CD MOVIE ** "Double vie" 
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BIGGER THAN A BASKET 
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EDITORS 

MOTORCYCLE RIDER 

LE TOUR DE FRANCE Les 
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12:45 

MOVIE ** "Riding the 
Edge" 



MISSING/REWARD A slain 
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Scheduled: a licensed moun- 
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WORLD VISION 

MCLAUGHLIN GROUP 

SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
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journee. (R) 

1:30 

MOVIE ** "The Naked 
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American businessman assas- 
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: ID HYMN SING Musical se- 
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GB SPOTLIGHT ON THE NEWS 

AMERICA'S DEFENSE 
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SPEEDWEEK 

SUPER FORME Une sene 
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MOVIE *to "Haunted 
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Gene Wilder, Gilda Radnor 
Haunted house thrillers are 
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CD GOLF Senior British Open. 
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VOLLEYBALL DE PLAGE 
Grand Prix Budweiser du Que- 
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2:30 

05 WKRP IN CINCINNATI 

CD MOVIE **"Le Crime de 
la tor (1985, Drame) Andy Grif- 
fith, Shawnee Smith. Un juge 
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ence de prison a une adoles- 
cents, ce qui entraine de graves 
consequences. 

CD CONVERGENCE Invite: 
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2:45 

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CD AUTOSPORT Grand Prix de 
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OLYMPIC SITES: A YEAR 
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
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WALK THROUGH THE 20TH 
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EXPEDITION EARTH 

FOOTBALL AUSTRAUEN 
Match de la Semaine. (En dif- 
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Cfl) SPORTS WEEKEND 
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LA BOXE Lennox Lewis ren- 
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5:30 
CD CANADA IN VIEW 

LES PIERRAFEU 

CONNECTING 

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(9 DRAG RACING NHRA Sum 
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IMAGES DE L'ABBE 
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ON THE WATERWAYS The 
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GYMNASTICS 

6:15 

MOVIE *** "Gremlins 2: 
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Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
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CaCfDNEWS 

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SPECIAL DIMANCHE "Les 
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PASSE-PARTOUT Pertine 
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Grand-mere raconte I'histoire 
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DIVING THE ST. CLAIR The 

remains of a wagon train and 
the William H. Wolfe wreck 
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CYCLING 

7:30 

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CO) ABC NEWSg 

WILD AMERICA Springtime 
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SPORTSDESKg 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
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CD MOVIE **tt " Queen w 
(1987. Drame) (Partie 1 de 2) 
Mia Sara, Kirk Douglas. De- 
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1 MURDER, SHE WROTE A 

woman seeks Jessica's help in 
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claims was fathered by Jessi- 
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(9 SUPER BLOOPERS * NEW 
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CAMERA '91 Reportages: 
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OB LIFE GOES ON Cupid 
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BEST OF NATIONAL GEO- 
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POWERBOAT RACING 

SNOOKER Championnat du 
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8:15 

MOVIE *** "Rosalie Goes 
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8:30 

Cfl) FAMILY MAN g 

9:00 

MURDER, SHE WROTE A 
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(Live) 

CD LES BEAUX DIMANCHES 
Laureats du XXVIe Concours 
National des Jeunes Inter- 
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MOVIE **** "Le Grand 
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pour quelques semaines doit 
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vie. 

LE RETOUR D'ARSENE LU- 
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LOST WORLDS: VANISHED 
LIVES Sir David Attenborough 
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les techniques d'amaigrisse- 
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1 EQUAL JUSTICE In a 
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DOSSIERS MYSTERES De 
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frauds de ptusieurs mHMons de 
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hommes d'affaires. (R) 

MOVIE "Stranger Among 
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David Adamson, Rhonda Kristi. 
An Innocent CIA agent races 
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disappearance of a Soviet de- 
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LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
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(D UN HOMME AU FOYER 
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ment inattendu viendra eclaircir 
le mystere entourant ce per- 
sonnage du Temps des Fetes. 
(R) 

CD DES JARDINS D'AUJOUR- 
D'HUI 

(9 JEOPARDY! g 
(H> ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT An interview with Pa- 
trick Duffy behind the scenes of 
the NBC telefilm "Daddy." (In 
Stereo) g 

DETROIT BLACK JOURNAL 

MOVIE ** "Ernest Goes to 
Jail" (1990) Jim Vamey, Qailard 
Sartain. A case of mistaken 
identity lands a bumbling bank 
janitor in the slammer and his 
criminal look-alike out on the 
streets. (In Stereo) 'PQ' g 

Ml 

EVENING SHADE When 
Harlan converts his home mov- 
ies to video, Wood discovers he 
never made a winning touch- 
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m DESIGNING WOMEN 
The ladies are at odds when 
they are put on different diets at 
a health spa. (R) g 

CD MOVIE **'/ "Queenie " 
(1987, Drame) (Partie 2 de 2) 
Mia Sara, Kirk Douglas. De- 
venue vedette de cinema, une 



jeune femme de sang meie 
cache sotgneusement ses en- 
gines 

GC MOVIE ** L lie' (1987, Av- 
enture) (Partie 5 de 7) Serge 
Dupire, Bruno Cremer. En 
Oceania, a la fin du XVIIIe sie- 
cie, un lieutenant a bord du 
Blossom tue son chef dont la 
cruaute avail force ('equipage a 
se mutmer 

UNSOLVED MYSTERIES 
Evidence that reveals Butch 
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may not have died in a shoot- 
out; the death of woman after 
seven years of terror. (R) (In 
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(3 FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
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in Jazz's neighborhood after 
being challenged by Will. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

MOVIE *** L'lnspecteur 
ne renonce jamais (1976, 
Drame) Clint Eastwood. Tyne 
Daly. Un detective, remis dans 
un service bureaucratique pour 
brutalite, est rappele en action 
dans les circonstances. 

OMNI SCIENCE "Forces de 
la nature" Sujets: les quatre 
forces de 1'untvers; la maitrise 
des forces de la nature. 

(Si MACOYVER MacGyver un- 
covers a health care scam 
when he investigates the mur- 
der of his friend, a young priest 
working with the homeless, (R) 
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ADVENTURE Christina Dod- 
well Journeys among the is- 
lands of Melanesia and Polyne- 
sia in her search for rare black 
pearls, g 

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The ladies are shocked when 
they sea the results of Bern 
Ice's nose job. (R) g 

(9 DIFFERENT WORLD Whi- 
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about her ex-fiance. (R) (in 
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trum de Montreal a I'automne 
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CD MOVIE **Mi "Beetle- 
juice" (1988, Comedy) Michael 
Keaton, Geena Davis. A pair of 
recently deceased newlyweds 
enlist the services of a ghastly 
"people exterminator" to frigh- 
ten obnoxious new tenants out 
of their New England home, g 
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Help: The Tracey Thurman 
Story" (1989, Drama) Nancy 
McKeon, Bruce Wertz. After 
being viciously attacked by her 
estranged husband, a Connec- 
ticut woman sues the police de- 
partment for ignoring her ear- 
lier pleas for protection. Based 
on a true story. (In Stereo) g 

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08 MOVIE ** "B.L. Stryker: 
Night Train" (1990, Mystery) 
Burt Reynolds, Morgan Brit- 
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out two mob assassins 
amongst a trainload of sus- 
pects. (In Stereo) g 

AMERICAN MASTERS "Ed- 
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traces his years with CBS and 
his confrontation with Sen. Jo- 
seph McCarthy. (R) g 

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10:22 

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10:30 

DESIGNING WOMEN The 
ladies are shocked when they 
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UP HOME TONIGHT 

11:00 

NORTHERN EXPOSURE 
Maggie admires Joel when he 
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QH) NEWS 

CD DANS LE DECOR 
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MOVIE *** P tit con" 
(1984, Comedie) Guy Marc- 
hand. Caroline Celiier Un ado- 
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phere bourgeoise de sa famille, 
s enfuit et rencontre une jeune 
Algerienne. g 

11:20 
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MOVIE **% "Portrait of an 
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ing service. 

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fans on the high seas. 

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1:00 

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CD RENCONTRES Entrevue 
avec Jacques Lederc, vicaire a 
Notre-Dame de Paris, enregis- 
tree en 1977. 
CD MAGNUM, P.I. 
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LES COURSES A BLUE 
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harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 
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1:30 

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DETROIT BLACK JOURNAL 

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(S) E.DJ. Formerly "Personali- 
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day's entertainment news and 
gossip. Anchors: Jim Moret, 
Janet Zappala. 



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MOVIE ** "Born Losers" 

Ml 

iO LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
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Vince Staten (R) (In Stereo) 

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"Spirit of West Point" 

11:30 

"The Bridge of San Luis 
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1:00 

"Maryjane" 

2:00 

"Night Trackers" (1987, 
Horror) Robyn Sheppard, Here- 
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periments involving animals 
create a race of strange crea- 
tures that are ultimately un- 
leashed on an unsuspecting 
world. 

2:30 

(D ** "Les Aventures de 
Lucky Lady" (1975. Comedie) 
Gene Hackman, Burt Reynolds. 
Au debut des annees 30, la 
veuve d'un trafiquant mexicain 
s alhe a deux chevaliers d'in- 
dustne pour faire la contre- 
bande de lalcool 

2:45 

"Little Monsters" 

3:15 

CD ** "Si Versailles m'etait 
conte" (1953, Drame) (Partie 2 
de 2) Sacha Guitry , Gisete Pas- 
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sailles et de ceux qui I ont fait 
construire et manager, g 

4:30 

"Penny Serenade" 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



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Ml 

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7:00 

CYCLING 

LE MONDE DES COURSES 
Revue des derniers evene- 
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cheval a travers I'Amerique du 
Nord. (R) 

7:30 

GOLF PLUS Conseiis pra- 
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8:30 

WORLD STUDENT GAMES 

MI 

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Royals a Kansas City. (R) 

9:30 

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MM 

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JAYS EDITION 

11:00 

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harnais a I hippodrome Blue 
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12:30 

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plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
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1:00 

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SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
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journee. (R) 

1:30 

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2:00 

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2:30 

POWERBOAT RACING 

3:00 

LE BASEBALL Les Blue 
Jays de Toronto affrontent les 
Royals a Kansas City. (R) 

3:30 

PRO BASEBALL ARM 
WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP 

4:00 

BASEBALL SHOW - BLUE 
JAYS EDITION 

4:30 

TRANSWORLD SPORT 

5:30 

WORLD STUDENT GAMES 

EVENING 

MO 

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OD CBC NEWS 

CD LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
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BIZARRE 

MAYA L'ABEILLE 

OUR FAMILIES, OUR TIMES 

SKI NAUTKXJE Le Tour du 
monde. (R) 

6:30 

GD CHEERS g 

CD SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
Animateur Martin Drainville 
CD A COMMUNIQUER 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 



WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

INNOVATION A profile of 
Paul MacCready, whose inven- 
tions include a human-powered 
aircraft. 

HITCHHIKER TRILOGY Fea- 
tured: "Tourist Trap"; "The Ho- 
mecoming"; "Living a Lie." (R) 
(In Stereo) 

CYCLING 

DEFI MINI PUTT (R) 

7:00 

(US :if NEWS 

O 11 DEQRASSI JUNIOR 
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think they make a perfect 
match. (R) g 

CE LES NOUVELLES 

CD WHO'S THE BOSS? Tony 
is forced to reveal his hidden 
secret when Billy suggests they 
go swimming. (R) (In Stereo) g 
O LA ROUE CHANCEUSE 
Avec Donald Lautrec et Lyne 
Sarrazin. (R) 

NEWS g 

PASSE-PARTOUT 

MACNEIL LEHRER 
NEWSHOUR g 

WATERSPORT WORLD 

7:30 

CBS NEWS (In Stereo) g 

" RACCOONS Animated. 
Cyril's romance with an envi- 
ronmentalist ends when she 
learns about his activities. (R) g 

CD CHARIVARI Un nouveau 
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pourront valoir jusqu a 
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1 WITNESS TO SURVIVAL 
O NBC NEWS g 

O COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. (R) 

JEOPARDYI g 

LASSIE 

SPORTSDESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee (En Direct) 

MI 

HARD COPY 

n ADRIENNE CLARKSON 
PRESENTS Angelique Merasty 
is one of two remaining birch 
bark biters in Canada familiar 
with the native artform; folk ar- 
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wood, g 

CD FAIS-MOl UN DESSIN 
EN TOURNEE 

J L'AVOCAT DU DIABLE 
T RESCUE 911 Rebroad- 
casts: a boy suffers an asthma 
attack; an unconscious police- 
man is trapped in his car after 
an accident; kayakers attempt 
to save submerged person. (R) 
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30) WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 

AU NOM DE LA LOI 

MOVIE ** "Warning Sign 
(1985, Suspense) Sam Water 
ston. Kathleen Quintan. Re- 
search scientists are turned 
into homicidal maniacs when a 



secret germ warfare experi- 
ment goes haywire. 

LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY 

(S) ABC NEWS g 

NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: The Money 
File. 

MOVIE *** "The Fabulous 
Baker Boys' (1989) Jeff 
Bridges, Michelle Pfeiffer. Two 
lounge lizards find their careers 
revitalized and their lives 
changed when a sexy young 
singer joins their act. (In Stereo) 
R'g 

BASEBALL SHOW - EXPOS 
EDITION 

L'AVANT-MATCH Les nou- 
velles les plus recentes des Ex- 
pos de Montreal. (En Direct) 

8:30 

CURRENT AFFAIR g 

CD COFFRE-FORT 

CD BOUFFEE DE SANTE Emis- 
sion qui traite de sport et de 
loisirs en general. 
(9 JEOPARDYI g 
37) ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT "Hunks" from the music 
world, including Gerardo, M.C. 
Hammer and Kip Winger. (In 
Stereo) g 

GREAT LAKES OUTDOORS 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL 

BASEBALL Les Padres de 
San Diego centre les Expos de 
Montreal. (En Direct) 

Ml 

RESCUE 911 Rebroadcasts: 
a boy suffers an asthma attack; 
an unconscious policeman is 
trapped in his car after an acci- 
dent; kayakers attempt to save 
submerged person. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 

" CAPITAL NEWS Red- 
mond Dunne uses forbidden 
tactics to get a story; Doreen 
Duncan is stricken with writer's 
block, g 

CD FORMULE 1 Joseph et 
Jennifer sont attires I'un vers 
I autre. (R) g 

CD MOVIE ** "Les Passa- 
gers" (1976. Drama) Jean- 
Louis Trintignant, Bernard 
Fresson Un homme est suivi 
par un desequilibre qui lui voue 
une haine inexpliquee. g 
(D 39 MATLOCK Newly ap- 
pointed Special Prosecutor Ma- 
ttock investigates the murder of 
an assistant DA and finds evid- 
ence pointing to members of 
the legal profession. (R) (In 
Stereo) (Part 1 of 2) g 
O MOVIE **V 2 "Riches et ce- 
lebres" (1981, Drame) Jacque- 
line Bisset, Candice Bergen. La 
fidelite reste malgre les diffi- 
cultes que vivent deux amies de 
college qui ont suivi des voies 
differentes mais qui deviennent 
toutes deux ecrivains 

A LA CONOUETE DU NORD 
ir WHO'S THE BOSS? Tony is 

forced to reveal his hidden se- 
cret when Billy suggests they 
swimming. (R) (In Stereo) g 
NOVA The debate among 
paleontologists as to whether 
birds are descended from dino- 
saurs. (R) (In Stereo) g 
9:30 

LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 
ir DAVIS RULES Romance en- 
ters the equation for Dwight 
when he hires a math tutor for 
his son. (R) (In Stereo) g 

10:00 

GOLDEN YEARS (Series 
Premiere) Drama. A custodian 
(Keith Szarabajka) at a secret 
government experimental lab 
experiences mysterious physi- 
cal changes after a chemical 
explosion. Written by Stephen 
King. (In Stereo) g 

3D NATIONAL g 

CD LE MATCH DE LA VIE 
Theme: une education differ- 
ente. 

: i ' if ROSEANNE Ro 
seanne confronts her neigh- 
bors when they complain that 
D.J. is a bad influence on their 
son. (R) (In Stereo) g 
(9 IN THE HEAT OF THE 
NIGHT Willing suspects ham- 
per the investigation after a 
paroled convict is murdered; 
Gillespie is held responsible for 
the convict's earlier release. (R) 
(In Stereo) g 

NCWSg 

BEAU ET CHAUD 

NATIONAL AUDUBON SO- 
CIETY James Woods hosts an 
examination of the role fire 
plays in shaping the environ- 
ment. (In Stereo) g 

MOVIE **V Turner & 
Hooch" 



10:22 
11 JOURNAL 

10:30 

CD HEAD OF THE CLASS 
The class acts as jury when 
Alan is caught cheating on a 
test, g 

UP HOME TONIGHT 

d/) COACH Hayden remembers 
the night he and Christine first 
met. (R) (In Stereo) g 
11:00 

3D NEWS 

CD DANS LE DECOR 
CD LE TELE JOURNAL g 

CD Gffl LAW ft ORDER Find- 
ing the body of a fellow officer 
complicates a homicide arrest 
for Greevey and Logan; Stone 
finds evidence the dead cop 
was involved in the murder. (R) 
(In Stereo) g 
O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

NEW MUSIC CONCERT 
Featured: Tom Cochrane & Red 
Rider 

MOVIE *+* "Les Villes et 
les Chiens (1985, Drame) Pa- 
blo Serra, Gustavo Bueno. Un 
meurtre dans un college mili- 
taire provoque un affrontement 
entre un lieutenant et ses su- 
perieurs. g 

ir CHINA BEACH Colleen s 
nightmares resurface until she 
seeks therapy and discovers 
the cause of her flashbacks - 
post-traumatic stress syn- 
drome. (In Stereo) g 

P.O.V. Three short films: 
"Twinsburg, Ohio: Some Kind 
of Weird Twin Thing" by Sue 
Marcoux; "Marc and Ann" by 
Les Blank; "Plena." g 

11:20 
CD LE POINT 

11:30 

3D NEWHART g 
SPORTS PLUS 
LE TOUR DE FRANCE Les 
plus recentes nouvelles de 
cette course de bicyclette pres- 
tigieuse 

11:45 

CBMETEO 
MOVIE ** "Night Game" 

11:50 

CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 

11:55 
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12:00 

0O NEWS 
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CD LES NOUVELLES TV A/ 
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MOVIE ** "Especes en 
vote de disparities" (1982, 
Drame) Robert Urich, JoBeth 
Williams. A son arrivee au Co- 
lorado, un ancien policier a un 
contact defavorablt avec les 
authorites locales. 
MOVIE *v 2 "Portrait of a 
Stopper" (1979, Drama) Lesley 
Ann Warren, Edward Herrm- 
ann. A widow tries to maintain a 
life for herself and her young 
son while working as a dancer 
in a nightclub. 
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SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

12:30 

NIGHT COURT 
3D MOVIE **V* "Guns- 
moke" (1953. Western) Audie 
Murphy, Susan Cabot. A stran- 
ger in town takes over his new 
boss's ranch and falls in love 
with the man's daughter. 
CD LES NOUVELLES Dl 
SPORT 

(D NEWS g 
39 TONIGHT SHOW Guest 
host: Jay Leno. (In Stereo) 
3t> NIOHTUNE g 
P.O.V. In "Tongues Untied," 
filmmaker Marlon Riggs ex- 
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phobia have silenced the voice 
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STOCK-CAR A ST 
EUSTACHE (R) 

12:46 

CD DES MOTS POUR LE 
DIRE Information sur la sexu- 
alite et la vie de couple. (R) 

1:00 

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CD RENCONTRES Entrevue 
avec Gilbert Cesbron, auteur de 
romans, enregistree en 1974. 
CD MAGNUM, P.I. 
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LES COURSES A QUEBEC 
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BEAU ET CHAUD (R) 



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CD MEN DANS SA PEAU (R; 
39 JOHNNY B... ON THE 
LOOSE (In Stereo) 

WILD, WILD WORLD OF 
ANIMALS 

MOVIE "Longing for Etern- 
ity" 

CYCLING 

GOLF L'Omnium britan- 
nique: Faits saillants. (R) 

2:00 

39 NEWS 
OOUINCY 
37) E.D.J. 

NOVA The debate among 
paleontologists as to whether 
birds are descended from dino- 
saurs. (R) (In Stereo) g 

UP CLOSE 

2.-05 

S9LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN Scheduled: sin- 
ger Rosanne Cash; comic 
James Carrey. (In Stereo) 

2*0 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (In Stereo) 

(S) ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT "Hunks" from the music 
world, including Gerardo, M.C. 
Hammer and Kip Winger. (In 
Stereo) g 

WATERSPORT WORLD 

COURSES D'AUTO IMSA 
(R) 

MO 

NEWS (R) 

37) INTO THE NIGHT STAR- 
RING RICK DEES (In Stereo) 

NATIONAL AUDUBON SO 



plays in shaping the environ- 
ment. (In Stereo) g 

SPORTSDESK g 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

3:05 

39 LATER WITH BOB COSTAS 
Guest host Linda Ellerbee with 
singer Arlo Guthrie. (In Stereo) 

3:15 

MOVIE ** "The Conqueror 
Worm" 

3:30 

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 

BASEBALL SHOW - EXPOS 
EDITION 

AUTOUR DU MONDE (R) 

3:35 
1$) INSTANT RECALL 

4:00 
37) CHALLENGERS 

P.O.V. Three short films: 
"Twinsburg, Ohio: Some Kind 
of Weird Twin Thing" by Sue 
Marcoux; "Marc and Ann" by 
Les Blank; "Plena." (R) g 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL 

4:05 
39 NEWS (R) 

4:30 

BARNABY JONES 
39 IRONSIDE 

37) NEWS (R) 

SPORTS A VENTURE QUE- 
BEC Cette emission vous fera 
decouvrir les activites de piem 
air et connaitre les equipe- 
ments et techniques neces- 
saires pour les pratiquer (R) 



SATURDAY 

(Continued from p. 8) 

guest: Black Crowes. (R) (In 
Stereo) 

O MOVIE ** "Et la ten- 
dresser bordel No 2" (1983. 
Comedie) Diane Bellego, Chris- 
tian Francois. La liaison co 
casse d'un peintre daltomen et 
d une ammatrice a la radio. 
37) MOVIE +* "Crime Lords " 
(1990, Drama) Wayne Craw- 
ford, Martin Hewitt. Two sus- 
pended L.A. detectives follow a 
trail of stolen cars ar1 dead 
bodies to the Hong Kong crime 
syndicate that can clear their 
names. 

DOCTOR WHO 

SPEEDWEEK 

LA LUTTE WC W 

12:55 

POINTS DE VUE Un ancien 
du Vietnam cree et multiplie des 
camps d auto-defense et des 
motive me nts de "survivre" a 
travers les Etats-Unis en vue 
degressions ou de guerre ev- 
entuelles. 

1:00 

CD CHINA BEACH Nurse 
McMurphy finds a nation div- 
ided by the war when she 
rushes home to her dying 
father. (In Stereo) (Part 1 of 2)g 

MEMORY POWER 

CFL FOOTBALL 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blu. 
Bonnets. 

1:30 

BYRON ALLEN Actors 
Mario Van Peebles ("New Jack 
City") and James Earl Jones 
(Gabriel's Fire"); comic 
Rhonda Shear; saxaphonist 
Dave Koz. (R) (In Stereo) 

MOVIE ** "Maryjane 

COURSES D'AUTO IMSA 
GTP. 

Ml 

3D CANADIAN SMALL BUS- 
INESS 

(D CHINA BEACH Nurse 
McMurphy spends a wild night 
in San Francisco with student 
protesters and wounded veter- 
ans. (In Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) g 
39 GLOBAL JAM (In Stereo) 
2:30 

PARTY MACHINE WITH NIA 
PEEPLES (R) (In Stereo) 

SUPER SEXY D une sen 
sualite irresistible, cette emis- 
sion propose la mise a jour et 
('exposition de nos fantasmes 
sans pour autant choquer qui 
que ce sort. 

37) MOVIE ** "Sleepy La- 
goon" (1943, Comedy) Judy 
Canova, Dennis Day. A ram- 
bunctious young female gets 
herself elected mayor of a small 
town. 

MO 
10 PAID PROGRAM 



SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En Direct) 

3:30 

SOUL TRAIN Levert; Poor 
Righteous Teachers. (R) (In 
Stereo) 

39 SWEATIN' TO THE OLDIES 
REUNION 

MOVIE ** The Trip" 

SUNDAY 

(Continued from p. 9) 

1.-06 

39 MAGNUM, P.I. 
1:30 

JESSE JACKSON 

ir SISKEL ft EBERT "Regard- 
ing Henry" (Harrison Ford, An- 
nette Bening); "Boyz N the 
Hood" (Larry Fishbume, Ice 
Cube. Cuba Gooding, Jr.); "101 
Dalmations . "Point Break 
(Patrick Swayze, Gary Busey) 

CYCLING 

1:45 

MOVIE *** "Casualties of 
War" 

2:00 

O S.O.S. MEDECINS 
37) MEMORIES... THEN AND 
NOW The continuing appeal of 
the Doors; quiz show scandals 
in the 1950s. (R) 

NATURE "The Nature of 
Australia: A Portrait of the Is- 
land Continent" A study of Aus- 
tralia's varied marine life, in- 
cluding the inhabitants of the 
Great Barrier Reef. (R) (In 
Stereo) (Part 2 of 6) g 

AUSTRALIAN RULES 
FOOTBALL 

LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Lea courses sous 
harnais a ('hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets. 

Ml 

(9 WHEN YOU'RE READY TO 
QUIT 

2:15 

3D WHEN YOU'RE READY 
TO QUIT 

2:30 

CBSNEWSg 

37) ITS SHOWTIME AT THE 
APOLLO Musical guests: Too 
Short, Elisa Fkxilto Comic: Joe 
Torre. (R) (In Stereo) 
SKI NAUnOUE Le Tour du 
monde. (R) 

2:35 
39 MAKING THE GRADE 

2:45 

MISSING/REWARD Mur- 
dered ballet teacher; possible 
political murder in Kansas; er- 
otic memorabilia sought. (R) 

MO 

LOST WORLDS: VANISHED 
LIVES Sir David Attenborough 
explores the secrets of the 
Earth's progress through the 
world of fossils. (R) 
SPORTSDESK D 



12 The Northern Light, Wed. July 10, 1991 



Country 
Corner 

With The Whistler 




Should be hearing more from talented 
Canadian Sharon Anderson in future 



Sharon AndersonThe 
Bottom ' ' te 

Canada has given 
country music many ex- 
cellent entertainers: 
Anne Murray, k.d. lang. 
and Michelle Wright, tc 
name a few. 

Now Canada pre- 
sents another outstand- 
ing talent, writer/artist 
Sharon Anderson, 
whose debut project on 
the Capitol/Nashville 
label, The Bottom Line, 
showcases her infec- 
tious melodies and lyric 
craftsmanship. 

Anderson brings 
solid performing and 
writing experience to 
the disc; the work re- 
flects her country, folk, 
rock and R&B roots, as 
well as a positive atti- 
tude, which, she says, 
was instilled in hei 
while a child. 

Anderson was born in 
the tiny town of Cala- 
hoo, Alberta, and grew 
up in an area filled with 
musicians and artists. 



Her mother, Fietc 
Anderson, had been a 
well-known and loved 
singer in the region 
prior to her child- 
rearing days, and Sha- 
ron started out perform- 
ing at an early age, 
partially to fulfill her 
mother's dream. 



She began dabbling 
in songwriting by the 
age of eighteen; she was 
soon performing with 
bands that bridged the 
aforementioned genres. 

Artists who have re 
corded her songs in- 
clude Lucille Starr, 
Laura Vincent and Su- 



san Jacks. 

"Unbelievable 
Love," the first single, is 
written by Anderson 
and Johnny Cymbal 
with an infectious up- 
tempo beat and a good, 
spirited message. 

"Go For Broke," 
written by Paul Nelson 



and Larry Gottlieb, is 
somewhat indicative of 
the singer's mind set; 
she is the sort of indivi- 
dual who will go for 
broke, and give fate a 
run for its money. 

The title cut, written 
by Anderson and 
producer/musician ex- 



traordinaire Billy Joe 
Walker, Jr., is a strong 
statement about com- 
mittment; while the 
James House/Dave 
Gibson/Allen Shamblin 
tune, "Say When," has a 
country-rock feel, laced 
with folk inflections. 
Of the ten selections, 



Anderson wrote 
"Pony," a song which 
displays her fine me- 
lodic and lyric talents; 
she also co-wrote four 
others. 

We should be hearing 
more from this fine Ca- 
nadian in future. 

(Capitol/Nashville) 




Will Rogers 



WILL ROGERS - Did Will 
Rogers have any children? 
When and where was he born? 
When did he die? I say he was 
born in this century, hot my 
wife says he was born in the 
1800s. - W.G., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Humorist and actor Will 
Rogers was born William 
Penn Adair Rogers on Nov. 4. 
1879, in Oologah, Indian Tern 
tory (now Oklahoma). He mar- 
ried Betsy Blake in 1908. anc 
they had three children: Wil 
Jr., Mary and James. He diet 
in a plane crash with aviator 
Wiley Post Aug. 15, 1935, in 
Point Barrow, Alaska. His 
films include "State Fair" 
(1933), "Judge Priest" (1934), 
"Life Begins at Forty" (1935) 
and "Steamboat 'Round the 
Bend" (1935). 

SEE YOU REAL SOON - I 
have tried to follow the Mick- 
ey Mouse Gab over the years, 
but it has been almost impossi- 
ble to keep track of it. How 
many times has it been re- 
vised? - J.W., Hendersonville, 
Tenn. 

The first Mickey Mouse 
Club ran in movie houses in the 

early 1930s. A new version 
aired on TV for four years be- 
ginning in 1955. Syndicated re- 
runs of those shows led to yet 
another version in 1977. The 
current version on cable's The 
Disney Channel began three 
years ago 



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Miss Beresford 1991 Sylvie Duguay left this morning Wednesday for 
the 1991 Miss New Brunswick Pageant, slated for Woodstock next 
Tuesday evening. The pageant is part of Woodstock's 44th Annual Old 
Home Week summer festival, and 24 contestants are expected from 
throughout the province. Sylvie and the other contestants will be busy with 
irhfamh and public appearances up until the night of the pageant She 
will be joined Saturday by her parents. Eldon and Noclla Duguay. A 
special guest at the pageant will be Beresford mayor Real Boudreau. 
Sylvie. 16, was chosen Miss Beresford in January, during the Beresford 
Groundhog Winter Carnival. She is going into Grade 12 this fall at Ecole 
Secondaire Nepisiguii. 

(Northern Ughl Photo) 



Fisherman, son escape burning boat 



Frank Pettigrew was a little shaken 
up Tuesday, but glad to have survived 
the sinking of his fishing boat. 

"I wouldn't want it to happen 
again," he said of an on-board fin- 
Monday evening, that left nothing of 
his boat, the Tracy Jay, but its fishing 
nets. 

Mr. Pettigrew, who is the president 
of the Chaleur Professional Fisher- 
man's Association, was out fishing 
mackerel with his 15 -year-old son 
Ryan about nine miles away from the 
Stonehaven Wharf. 

They had set out at about 6:40, and 
as fishing boats are not known for 
speed, it took some time to get to the 
spot where they planned to lay their 
nets. 

"I just no more than got them set, 
and I could smell smoke," he told The 



Going home 



Northern Light Tuesday. 

He went to the source of the odor, 
the engine room, where he found not 
only smoke, but flames as well. 

He emptied three fire exting- 
uishers trying to douse the flames, 
"but it was still coming at me." 

Ryan was still tying the fishing 
nets when his father decided it was 
time to abandon ship. 

Mr. Pcttigrcw sent a distress sig- 
nal, told his son to put on a lifejackei, 
and headed for the rubber liferafi. 

Once the liferaft was thrown over 
the side and self-inflated, they 
hopped into it and "paddled like hell 
to get clear of (the boat)." 

Slonehaven resident and fellow 
fisherman Thomas Kenny heard the 
distress signal, as did another ship; 
but Mr. Kenny, who was about three 



Pageant 



Eugene and Mary O'Reilly are 
returning home to their native 
England. The couple share their 
memories and impressions of 
their year in Bathurst, during 
which time Eugene taught at 
Bathurst High School. 

Page three 




The Nigadoo Miners Festival 
Pageant is tonight, with 12 
contestants. Page two 



miles away, could already see the 
flames tearing into the Tracy Jay. 

He reached the burning vessel and 
rescued the Pettigrews, an act for 
which Mr. Peuigrew is understan- 
dably most grateful. 

The Canadian Coastguard was 
called, and advised Mr. Kenny and 
the Pettigrews to stick around until 
they arrived on the scene. 

A little while later, the Tracy Jay 
was gone, sunk to the bottom of the 
bay. 

As he awaits the results of an 
insurance investigation, Mr. Peui- 
grew figures the fishing season for 
him has ended early. 

But although the45-foot, $100,000 
boat was lost, it was not the first of 
Mr. Pettigrew's worries, anyway. 

"My biggest priority was to save 



In tune 



Members of the Bathurst 
Voidunor Choir give two con- 
certs in Quebec this weekend. 
They are performing in the Ninth 
Annual Choralies Internation- 
ales, being held in Terrebone. 
TV Scene 



my son and myself," he said, adding, 
"I've got to give Ryan a pat on the 
back." 

"He came through for me; he 
didn't panic or anything." 

Meanwhile, the Transport Safety 
Board is conducting an investigation 
of its own, to determine what caused 
the fire. 

Mr. PettiRrew. a 4 1 -year old resi- 
dent ol Jane ville, has been fishing for 
the past 22 years. 

He was still recuperating from the 
unfortunate ordeal Tuesday, and 
wasn't really thinking about his next 
fishing trip. 

What was on his mind was 
gratitude. 

He again expressed his thanks to 
his rescuers, adding, "I'm just glad 
someone was there for me." 



Spike! 




Local pair wins ladies volley- 
ball event at Youghal Beach. 
Sports 





lifiM 



Vol. 78. No. 29 



BATHURST. NEW BRUNSWICK. WEDNESDAY. July 17. 1991 



6O' Tax Inc. 



No funds for beach study Local 550 files grievance 



i Beresford mayor Real Boudreau 
i as a busy week ahead of him. 
involving both business and pleasure. 

The business portion of Mr. Boud- 
reau's plans are of the most serious 
nature, as far as he is concerned. 

"We didn't get the money for the 
(beach) study," Mr. Boudreau said in 
a telephone interview Tuesday. 

"We're not very happy." 

The town has been hoping to get a 
development plan for its beach off the 
ground, but has so far been unsuc- 
cessful even getting to square one, 
because of lack of government assis- 
tance to conduct a feasibility study. 

Mr. Boudreau will express the 
town's dissatisfaction in a meeting 
with Department of Tourism, Recre- 
ation and Heritage personnel in Fre- 
dericton next Monday. 

He also plans to meet with Depart- 



ment of Transportation in an effort to 
get funding for traffic ' jhts on 
Highway 134 through beresford. 
That's something the town has been 
pursuing every year for the past few 
years, Mr. Boudreau said. 

Unfortunately, the request is conti- 
nually denied because the town does 
not pass the criteria set forth by the 
provincial government. 

"Enough is enough," he said, ad- 
ding the complicated criteria has to 
do with average traffic and accident 
ratios; and as far as the government is 
concerned, Beresford simply does 
not meet the levels required for 
additional traffic lights. 

Mr. Boudreau pointed out, how- 
ever, that 9,500 vehicles pass through 
the town on Highway 134 on an 
average day. 

He said the meetings will not 



include input from the cabinet minis- 
ters responsible for the two depart 
ments, but it will come to that if the 
answers Mr. Boudreau receives in 
Fredericton next week are not to his 
satisfaction. 

"I'm going to see where things are 
now, and then I'll go to the top," he 
said. 

On a more pleasant note, Mr. 
Boudreau has accepted an invitation 
from Woodstock mayor Harold Cul- 
bert to spend some time in the 
Southern New Brunswick town after 
his meetings in Fredericton. 

Mr. Gilbert and Mr. Boudreau 
took part in a cultural mayoral ex- 
change in October, 1989. Both vis- 
ited each other's hometowns, taking 
part in local activities and getting a 
feel for the differences between the 
two communities. < * 



Outside city workers are taking 
action over a negotiated wage in- 
crease, that the City of Bathurst 
cannot deliver because of the provin- 
cial government's one-year wage 
freeze. 

The Canadian Union of Public 
Employees, Local 550, representing 
the City of Bathurst outside workers, 
submitted a group grievance Tuesday 
to the city. Local 550 claimed in a 
release that the city hat violated the 
current collective agreement, by not 
paying its employees the proper rate 
of pay. 

Ed Grenier. national CUPE rep- 
resentative for this area, said in the 
release the workers were entitled to a 
wage increase effective July 1. How- 



ever, as a result of the Liberal 
government of Premier Frank 
McKenna extending or breaking 
signed legal contracts, the city has 
refused to pay the wage increase 
negotiated by the union, said the 
release. 

Mr. Grenier said the grievance will 
be referred to an arbitrator at a later 
dale for a decision. 

Contacted Tuesday, deputy mayor 
Bob Anderson said the city would 
look at the situation, but indicated 
there is little that can be done. 

"Our hands are tied," he told The 
Northern Light. 

The wage freeze legislation, 
passed earlier this year, extends all 
contracts between government and 



public sector unions by one year. 

Mr. Anderson said the province 
controls the purse strings, via uncon- 
ditional grants given annually to 
municipalities. As a result, Bathurst 
and other municipalities have to fall 
in line behind the government's wage 
freeze policy. 

"We're dictated to," he said. 

A provincial election will be held 
this fall, and the labor movement has 
organized various protests at Liberal 
nominating conventions throughout 
the province, including conventions 
in St. Anne and Nigadoo. 

The government has held its 
ground, however, saying the wage 
freeze is necessary, to maintain ser- 
vices and prevent layoffs. 



Liquor store for sale 

'' T 



The New Brunswick Liquor Cor- 
poration wants to sell its building and 
property at the comer of St. Peter 
Avenue and Chaleur Street 

"We're looking at the option of 
id ling and relocating somewhere in 
be (same) general vicinity,*' said 
ack Dorcas, NBLC vice-president of 
inance and administration. 

"We don't fed we're serving the 
xxnmunity as well as we should," he 
aid in a telephone interview from 
-redericton this moruing 

SVednesday. 

' Mr. Dorcas explained the building. 
which houses the most frequented 
liquor store in the Chaleur Region, is 
structurally sound, and the location is 
good, with a set of traffic lights 
nearby to aid the flow of traffic. 



However, "the times have outgrown 
the building','' making the building 
"dated for the type of modem opera- 
tion we have. 

The NBLC is embarking on an 
advertising campaign, expected to be 
30 days in length, to see if there is any 

interest in buying the property, which 
the Crown corporation owns. 

The building has a full basement, 
with 4,500 square feet on each floor 
level 

Meanwhile, Mr. Dorcas said there 
is no word on the possibility of the 
NBLC renting spacing in Harbor- 
view Place, the city's new downtown 
office complex. 

There's nothing happening cur- 
rently on that subject, he said. 



Businessman 
is mourned 

A well-known member of the 
Bathurst business community is 
being mourned today. 

Cyril Coffin died last Tuesday 
night following a lengthy illness. 
For many years, he operated Cof- 
fin Office Supllies on Douglas 
Avenue. 

Throughout his lifetime, Mr. 
Coffin was active in both his 
community and with Bayview 
Baptist Church, where he was a 
member. 

The body will be resting at 
Elhatton's Funeral Home with 
funeral mass to be announced at a 
later time. 



Downshore homes get numbers 



'athfinder is going to Mexico 



Karen Urbanoski has been brush- 
up on her Spanish lately, 
only has a few sentences 
but she'll be able to put 
to good use next month. 
Karen, the 15-year old daughter of 
and Joan Urbanoski of Bath 
, has been selected by the Provin- 
Council of the Girl Guides of 
i to represent New Brunswick 
a nationally-sponsored trip to 

JO. 

She is one of 14 Canadian Guides 
who will leave for Mexico City Aug. 
!0, for a two-week long cultural 
sxchange. 

A member of the Pint Bathurst 
tohfmden, Karen is the first local 
Guide to be chosen for the trip in 




Pathfinder Karen Urbanoski 
looked over a map of Mexico Tues- 
day. She's going there next month to 
represent New Brunswick in a cul- 
tural exchange. 

(Northern Ught Photo) 



about 20 yean. 

She got the honor simply by 
applying for it, although simple may 
not be an accurate description. 

The process involved the comple- 
tion of a four-page application, a 
300-word essay on why she wanted 
to go, and references from a Guide 
leader and two non-Guide 
individuals. 

Having been accepted, Karen is 
now anxious to be on her way. 

"I hope to learn a lot about Mex- 
ico," she said, adding the last week of 
the trip will include some practical 
work designed to make a contribution 
of some sort to the country. 

The first week will be spent in a 
Mexico City hotel, while the second 
will be spent at the Girl Guide World 
Centre in Cuernavaca. 

There, the Canadian group will be 
joined by groups from the United 
States, Japan, Venezuela, Argentina, 
and St. Lucia. There will be 78 girls 
in all, with two Guide leaders, called 
Guiders, per group. 

They will participate in a "Friend- 
ship Session,'' whereby they will 
learn about one anothers' home coun- 
tries, and compare notes on the 
Guiding program. 

The practical work will take place 
in Cuernavaca, where the group will 
engage in service project that could 
mean digging wells or building mud 
homes for rural Mexicans. 

A tentative plan also includes 
sitting in on religious classes and 
visiting a convent 

Whatever the case, it is certain to 
be a learning experience for her. 

The first week of the visit, how- 
ever, will give her a more touristic 
taste of the country, with sightseeing 
tours planned, at well as a trip to the 



Mexican ballet in Mexico City. 

When asked what she is most 
looking forward to about the trip, 
Karen answered, "Mexican food. 

But she knows she will also meet 
new friends, learn about Mexican 
crafts, and probably get a chance to 
add a few more Spanish sentences to 
her vocabulary. 

Karen, who will be entering Grade 
10 at Bathurst High School this fall, 
has been in the Guides programs for 
nine years. 

She plans to continue her Guiding 
career by becoming a Junior Leader 
with a Brownie Pack in Bathurst, 
with an eye toward becoming an 
adult leader in the future. 



ECOLINE 

by Catmint ram 



Corto0 tor Oir OMOUCM 

KEEPING COOL " 
Air condMonm in homes and cm 
rrty on CFC. which destroy the earth's 
ozone layer. Air conditioning also a 
mart* energy user 



By MICHAEL J. BOURGUIGNOH 
Horthvn Ught SMI 

It should have been done 30 years 
ago. 

That's the type of comment being 
heard this week in the the Downshore 
area, where homeowners are finally 
acquiring something those in the city 
have always taken tor granted-street 
numbers. 

"The biggest reason is for ambu- 
lance service." said Bill Knpwles, 
president of the local service district 

Homes within the district are being 
given numbers for the first time, as a 
means of identification. Previously, 
the close-knit community identified 
homes simply by knowing who lives 
where. 

The area affected extends from the 
Bathurst city limits to the lower end 
of New Bandon, including Canobic, 
as well as pan of Doucetville, Mr. 
Knowles said. 

The idea of using numbers to 
identify homes makes things easier 
for fire and ambulance services to 
reach their destination in case of an 
emergency, said New-Bandon Sal- 
mon Beach Fire Department chief 
Ernie Smith. 



"It's nothing mandatory, (but) we're encour- 
aging people to put the numbers up for their 
own benefit." 



It is something the fire department 
has been talking about for more than 
a year, Mr. Smith said, adding ambu- 
lance driven in particular are often 
unfamiliar with outlying areas such 
as the Downshore region. 

"(The fire department) keeps a 
good lid on who lives where; but the 
ambulance services don't" 

After months of "on and off" 
planning since the idea was first 
hatched, the local service district and 
the fire department recruited the 
services of a gentleman who helped 
get a similar program going in 
Robertville. 

The first numbers were assigned at 
the beginning of July, with homeow- 
ners bearing the responsibility to go 
out and purchase numbers in what- 
ever style they chose, to affix to their 
homes. 

The project, a cooperative effort 
between the service district and the 
fire department, was aided by an 
Access '91 grant 



Two people were hired through the 
program to measure the community 
and help assign numbers, Mr. Smith 
said. 

The numbers begin at 3500, pick- 
ing up where they finished at the 
Bathurst city limits. 

The system allows for future 
changes in terms of development For 
instance, two adjacent homes may be 
given numbers 3500 and 3504, to 
allow for the possibility of a future 
3502. 

According to Mr. Smith, local 
stores that sell house numbers are 
quickly running out of the number 
four, as downshore residents snatch 
them up. 

But a shortage of fours is not Mr. 
Smith's main concern; he's more 
preoccupied with ensuring his mes- 
sage gets across. 

"It's nothing mandatory, (but) 
we're encouraging people to put the 
numbers up for their own benefit," he 
said. 






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Ted Crowthcr of Salmon Beach was one of many Downshore residents placing numbers on their homes last week. 
The numbers system is intended to provide a means of identification for firefighters and ambulance drivers in case of 
emergency. Sharing the moment with Mr. Crowthcr are his granddaughters Kelsey Drillen (left), and Marika 
Crowthcr. Kelsey is the 11-year-old daughter of Philip and Gayle Drillen Of Salmon Beach; and Marika is the 
12- year-old daughter of Glen and Sue Crowthcr, also of Slamon Beach. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



2A The Northern Light, Wed.. July 17. 1991 




Deni<* Robichaud 



Annkk Roy 



Jeannette Brideau 




Lise Levesque 



Carok Roj 



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Stephanie Frtnctte 



Chantale Chamberlain 




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Louise Frenerte Marine Henry 



Cyndi OLscamp 



Nigadoo pageant tonight 

The 16th annual Nigadoo Miners' Festival is now well underway, having 
started Monday. 

The highlight of this year's edition is the festival pageant this evening 
Wednesday. Things will get underway at 7 p.m. at the Nigadoo arena, with 1 1 
contestants seeking the festival crown. 

Tomorrow Thursday is Olympic day at the Nigadoo arena, starting at 8:30 
a.m . A dance for 14 to 18-year-olds will take place at 9 p.m. at the arena, with 
local hard rock band Nightcrawler. 

Also at the arena throughout the week will be Friday's show with Breen 
LeBoeuf; Saturday's country hoedown with local musical entertainers Pat 
and Collctte; and on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, the arena will host a 
'Bistro Pub'. 

Sunday will see a truck parade leave Chez Pelletier in Beresford at 2:30 
p. m . . with trophy presentations at the same location after the parade, at about 5 
p.m. 

Tug-of-war competitions, horseshoe tournament, and a week-long soflball 
tournament, with finals on Sunday, will also highlight this year's festival 




OBITUARY 
Cleo Morrison 

The death of Cleo Morrison of 
Beresford occurred July 13, 1991, at 
his home at the age of 66. 

Born in Beres- 
ford, he was a son 
of the late Henry 
and Stella (Fre- 
netic) Morrison. 

Mr. Morrison 
was a retired shift- 
boss at Brunswick 
Mining where he 
had worked for 33 
years. He was also 
active in the Town 
of Beresford having served as coun- 
cillor from 1969 to 1971 and for two 
terms as mayor from 1971 to 1977. 

Other than his wife, the former 
Stella Aube; Mr. Morrison is sur- 
vived by five sons, Raoul of Toronto, 
Rejean of Montreal, Vernon of 
Rohcrtville, Donald of Beresford and 
Paul of Petit Rocher; five daughters, 
Mrs. Rejean Aube (Annande) of 
Beresford, Mrs. Roland Founder 
(Amanda) of Montreal, Mrs. Norbcrt 
Laplante (Claudette) of Belledune, 
Mrs. Ali Reitchen (Ginelte) of Tor- 
onto' and Mrs. Linda Foumier of 
Tremblay; 18 grandchildren; and one 
great-grandchild. 

Also surviving are four brothers, 
Dclphis, Albain and Ernest, all of 
Beresford, and George of Nigadoo; 
and three sisters, Mrs. Doris Roy of 
Petit Rocher. Mrs. Norrunu Basticn 
(Phelicia) of Moncton and Mrs. Vic 
Boudreau (Patricia) of Nigadoo. 

The body rested at Verm's Fun- 
eral Home in Nigadoo with funeral 
mass celebrated at 3 p.m. today (July 
17) at St. Norn de Jesus R.C. Church 
in Beresford. Interment will be in the 
parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Elric Lanteigne 

The death of Elric Lanteigne of 
804 Couture St. occurred July 15, 
1991 , at Chaleur Regional Hospital at 
the age of SI. 

Bom in Cara- 
quet, he was a son 
of the late Al- 
phonse and Marie- 
Anne (Pitre) Lan- 
teigne. He worked 
on staff at Bruns- 
wick Mines. 

Other than his 
wife, the former 
Catherine Martin, 
he is survived by 
one son, Danny of 
Fredericton; one daughter, Ms. De- 
bbie Lanteigne of Toronto, Ont.; 
three stepsons. Thomas Killoran of 




Bathurst, Danny Killoran of Toronto, 
Ont. and Barry Killoran of Belle- 
dune; two stepdaughters, Mrs. An- 
drew Flannagan (Patty) and Mrs. 
Debbie Killoren, both of Belledune; 
two grandchildren and five step- 
grandchildren. 

Also surviving are seven brothers, 
Alphonse of Saint John, N.B., Hector 
of Tremblay, Alex of Petit Rocher, 
Andrew, Leonard and Gilbert (Thai- 
las), all of Belledune and Albert of 
Bathurst; four sisters, Mrs. Theresa 
Mclntyre of Fredericton, Miss Mar- 
garet Lanteigne of Toronto, Mrs. 
Elisabeth Lanteigne and Mrs. Patri- 
cia (Suzie) Medwid, both of Belle- 
dune; one stepbrother, Edgar Lan- 
teigne of Montreal, Que.; one stepsis- 
ter, Mrs. Louise Benin of Dalhousie; 
several nieces and nephews. 

The body is resting at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home with funeral mass to 
be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. July 18 at 
Mount Carmel R C. Church. The 
body will be forwarded for 
cremation. 

OBITUARY 
Marie-Louise Frenette 

The death of Marie-Louise 
(Louisa) (Roy) Frenette of Beresford, 
occurred July 15, 1991, at Chaleur 
Regional Hospital at the age of 85. 

Bom in Petit Rocher, she was a 
daughter of the late Edmond and 
Marie-Anne (Landry) Roy. 

She is survived by her husband of 
60 years, Francis Frenette of Beres- 
ford; five daughters, Mrs. Ida Landry 
of Beresford, Mrs. George Degrice 
(Francine), Mrs. Bernie Little 
(Odette) and Mrs. Graham Ellis (Al- 
bcrtinc), all of Toronto, One, and 
Mrs. Yvon Hachey (Aurtline) of 
Grand Prairie, Alia.; three sons, Ro- 
ger and Conrad, both of Beresford, 
and George of Robertville; two 
brothers. Hector and Agapit, both of 
Pokemouche; three listen, Priscille, 
Imelda and Josephine; 27 grandchil- 
dren; and 18 great-grandchildren. 

She was predeceased by one son, 
Holland, in 1959. 

The body is resting at Verret's 
Funeral Home in Nigadoo with fun- 
eral mass to be celebrated at 7 p.m. 
July 18 at SL Norn de Jesus R.C. 
Church in Beresford. Interment in the 
parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 
Cecilt Legacy 

The death of Mrs. Cecile Legacy 
of Ncvins Lane occurred July 16, 
1991, at Chaleur Regional Hospital 
following a lengthy illness. She was 
81. 

Born in Bathurst, she was a 
daughter of the late William and 
Celma (Landry) Godin. She was 
predeceased by her husband, Joseph 



Less tourists, Province has best of both worlds 

according to Beresford essay writer 



in New Brunswick this year, but 
those who do seem to be enjoying it. 

"I've heard the (tourist) traffic has 
increased this year, but the actual 
stop-oven have decreased," said city 
Parks, Recreation and Tourism direc- 
tor Marc Boudreau. 

At least one tourist who spoke with 
The Northern Light, during a visit to 
Tourism Information Centre on Van- 
ier Boulevard Tuesday, proved Mr. 
Boudreau right 

Lionel St Laurent of the Montreal 
area had just arrived in Bathurst on 
his way to Prince Edward Island and 
les lies de la Madelaine. 

He said he had no real intention of 
stopping in New Brunswick before 
going on to the islands, but said he 
may visit more on the way back. 

It was Mr. St. Laurent's nisi visit 
to New Brunswick in about IS years. 

He could not offer any comment 
on the changes that have taken place 
over the years except for the con- 
struction of Highway 11, which im- 
pressed him. But he didn't have to 
stop in order to see it. 

Robert Croteau and his family, 
also from the province of Quebec, 
had just arrived from Campbellton 
Tuesday afternoon. They were plan- 
ning on driving around the province 
for their first vacation here in about 
10 years. 

Although they had just started their 
journey, Mr. Croteau found New 
Brunswick to be "very nice so far." 

He and his family were also im- 
pressed with the new Highway 11, 
with the friendliness of New Bruns- 
wick people, and with the province's 
bilingual flavor. 

The New Brunswick attraction he 
was most looking forward to visiting 
was the Acadian Village, an always- 
popular destination located between 
Grande Anse and Caraquet 

Also vacationing in the Picture 
Province for die first time was Mel- 
bourne Saulnier and his family, of 
Digby. N.S. 

They had visited St Andrews, 
Fredericton and the Miramichi, and 
liked what they saw. but Mr. Saulnier 
felt there was link to offer along the 
way from Fredericton to Bathurst. 

He was also looking forward to 
seeing the Acadian Village, hoping to 
get a feel for the history and lifestyle 
of his Acadian ancestors. 

Raymond Godin and Claudette 
Bilodeau of Blainville, Que., were in 
an even better position to offer an 
analysis of the local tourist appeal 

Mr. Godin is a native of Petit 
Rocher who moved to Quebec 30 
years ago. returning every summer 
for a visit with friends in the area. 

Camping opportunities have im- 
proved, and, of course, there's the 
new highway. 

"People are friendly as usual." 



(Editor '* Not*. The following It an 
titty written by Btretlord retldent 
Wendy Savole. The) titty wtt written 
ft Ml tntry In t conlitt organised by 
Dlilogui New Bruntwlck, and took 
thlrd-plict honor*. The province-wide 
contett required participant*, of which 
there were 120, to compote In 300 
word* or let*, n e**ay elating their 
thought* on the theme Two Lan- 
guage*, Une Province .For 



Maman or Mommy, Sesame Street 
or Passe Partout. Does it really have 
to be either or? 

In New Brunswick, children can 
have the best of both worlds. Our 
province is rich in culture. We have a 
school system to be proud of. We 
have not one, but two official Ian- 

Arrest made 



guages. Oh, sure, some say that it's 
too hard to learn two languages. 
Some seem to find it difficult to leam 
even one properly. And if you'll 
recall, some thought man would 
never walk on the moon. 

The Iron Curtain has fallen in 
Germany; it's time to unite New 
Brunswick as well. Time to accept 
pur differences, and yes, even rejoice 
in them. We in New Brunswick have 
an opportunity to be educationally 
and culturally superior to many of our 
provincial counterparts. 

Isn't that odd? After all, we aren't 
a big province in stature or size. Nor 
arc we an economically dominant 
one. Yet, we are in a position to show 
the rest of Canada a thing or two, 



when it comes to bilinguahsm. 

Still, many question whether New 
Brunswick is big enough for all (hat 
bilingualism entails. I think it is; as 
long as New Brunswick parents are 
big enough to accept change and 
challenge. Every mommy and 
daddy. ..chaque maman et papa play a 
key role in the development of not 
only our children, but of our 
province. 

We must educate our children 
against racism and bigotry. We must 
encourage and nurture understanding 
and cooperation. 

Two languages.. .one province. 
New Brunswick... it suits me lust 
finH 



crossing the Village 
Bridge July 10, around 10:30 a.m., 
were given an opportunity to watch 
members of the Bathurst City Police 
Department in action. 

Police had received a complaint 
that someone "was acting kind of 
weird," near the bridge, said Sgt. 
Bemie Allain. 

When two officers went to investi- 
gate, they walked onto the bridge, 
where they found a man who was 
carrying a knife. 

The officers moved, subdued and 
arrested Rheal Rouselle, 29, of 
Bathurst. 

Rouselle, a Caraquet native, is 
known to local police, but considered 
"pretty harmless," said Sgt. Allain. 

Rouselle was subsequently 
charged with possession of stolen 
property and assaulting a police of- 
ficer. He pleaded guilty in provincial 
court last Friday, and was to be 
sentenced Tuesday afternoon. 

Mishap investigated 

A Bathurst man was sent to hospi- 
tal in Moncton following a mishap on 
Bridge Street near Woodland Drive 
last week. 

Luc Perron. 23, of Daniel Drive, 
was transferred from Chaleur Reg- 
ional Hospital after an accident that is 
still under investigation by the Bath- 
urst City Police Department. 

Mr. Perron was driving West on 
Bridge Street around 2:38 a.m. July 
11, when he suddenly lost control of 
his vehicle. The 1984 quarter-ton 
pick-up truck left the road, hit a 
telephone poll and ended up in a 
roadside ditch, said Sgt. Bemie 
Allain. 

Mr. Perron's passenger, Pierre Le- 
gacy. 23, of Carron Drive, was later 
treated and released from Chaleur 
Regional Hospital. 

Sgt. Allain noted the asphalt road 
was wet at the time of the accident, 
the sky was dark, and it was raining. 




FINISHES THIRD IN ESSAY CONTEST 

Wendy Savoie (left) of Beresford was a third-place finisher in an essay 
contest sponsored by Dialogue New Brunswick. The province-wide contest 
required participants, of which there were 120, to compose in 300 words or 
less, an essay stating their thoughts on the theme Two Languages, Une 
Province.. .For Me.. .Formidable! Dialogue New Brunswick is an independent 
group that works as a catalyst to foster mutual understanding between 
English-speaking and French-speaking New Brunwickers," So (hit ttey 
collaborate fully in the development of their province. Mrs/SaVole is shown 
receiving her prize, a cheque for $50, from Anne Church of Fredericton, 
executive director of Dialogue New Brunswick. (Northern I \j* BhrHn) 



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Legacy, in 1967. 

Mrs. Legacy is survived by four 
sons, Aurele, Clovis and Roger, all of 
Bathurst, and Albert of Petit Rocher, 
two daughters, Mrs. Reginald Fre- 
netic (Jacqueline) of Beresforr*. and 
Mrs. Jean Claude Deschcnes (Anne 
Marie) of Edmundston, N.B.; 11 

grandchildren; and six great- 
grandchildren. 

Also surviving are three brothers, 
Rodolph and Herman, both of Bath 
unt, and Nicholas of Toronto; one 
sister, Mrs. Emma St Laurent of 
Athdville; and many nieces and 
nephews. 

The body is resting at Elhation's 
Funeral Home with funeral mass to 
be celebrated at 7 p.m . July 18 at Our 
Lady of the Rosary R.C. Church. 
Burial in the parish cemetery. 
OBITUARY 
Normand LttPlante 

The death of Normand LaPlante of 
Belledune occurred July 12, 199 1 , at 
Chaleur Regional Hospital at the age 
of 70. 

Bom in Pointe Verte, he was a son 
of the late Stanislas and Eleonore 
(Comeau) LaPlante. 

Other than his wife, the former 
Lina Guitard, Mr. LaPlante is sur- 
vived by two sons, Normand of 
Belledune and Bruno of Petit Rocher, 
three daughters, Mrs. Jeannette Gui- 
tard and Mrs. Florien Hache 
(Claudia), both of Belledune, and 
Mrs. Reginald Caissie (Nicole) of 
Bathurst; seven grandchildren; and 
five great-grandchildren. 

Also surviving are three brothers, 
Thcophile, Simon and Anselme, all 
of Belledune; and three sisters, Mrs. 
John Guitard (Isabelle), Mrs. Camille 
Pepin (Delia) and Mrs. Clarisse La- 
Plante, all of Belledune. 

The body retted at Verret's Fun- 
eral Home in Nigadoo with funeral 
mass celebrated July 15 at SL Jean 
Evangeliste Church in Belledune. 
Interment in the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 

Adeline Aneneau 

The death of Mrs. Adeline 
Aneneau of Madnn occurred July 
10. 1991. at Chaleur Regional Hospi- 
tal at the age of 78. 

Born in Bangor, Me., she was a 
daughter of the late David and Ro 
sanna (Guitard) Pitre. She was prede- 
ceased by her husband. Hector. 

Mrs. Aneneau is survived by four 
daughters, Mrs. Martin Vienneau 
(Irene) of Petit Rocher, Mrs. Omer 
Hache (Alfreda) of Madnn, Mrs. 
Victorin Roy (Rosalie) of Ste Rosette 
and Mrs. Rejean DeGnce (Hilda) of 
LaPlante; eight sons, Alcide, Alfred, 
Leon. Raymond, Lionel, Livain and 
Victor, all of Madnn, and Rheal of 




Bathurst; two sisters, Mrs. Louis 
Jacquc (Imelda) of Ontario and Mrs. 
Agathe Arseneau of Petit Rocher, 36 
grandchildren; and several nieces and 
nephews. 

The body rested at Verret's Fun- 
eral Home in Nigadoo. Funeral mass 
was held July 13 at St-Polycarpe 
Church in Petit Rocher. Interment in 
the parish cemetery. 

OBITUARY 

Kathleen Bradley 

The death of Mrs. Kathleen Brad- 
ley of 550 Riverside Dr. occurred 
Jiriy 10. 1991. at Chaleur Regional 
Hospital following a brief illness. 
She was 92. 

Bom in Bath- 
urst, she was a 
daughter of the late 
Dr. John C. and 
Delia (Dixon) 
Meahan. She was 
the last surviving 
member of her im- 
mediate family 
whose history in 
Bathurst dates 
back to 1833 and 
who over the years 
were prominent in 
shipbuilding, merchandising, medi- 
cine and mining. 

Mrs. Bradley was educated at Holy 
Family School, Sacred Heart 
Academy, Bathurst, and SL Mary's 
Academy, Newcastle, and graduated 
from Rosevelt Hospital School of 
Nursing, New York, in 1925. She 
remained there until her husband, 
John C. Bradley, died in 1940, after 
which she returned to Bathurst to 
live. 

Surviving are three daughters, 
Mrs. Colin Taylor (Anne) of Bath- 
urst, Mrs. Allan Ryan (Mary) of 
London, OnL, and Mrs. Ralph Fergu- 
son (Margaret) of Fredericton; six 
grandchildren; and several nieces and 
nephews amongst whom are Ms. 
Helen Meahan and Bill Meahan, both 
of Bathurst. 

She was predeceased by a son, 
Philip, in 1952. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home with funeral mass 
celebrated July 12 at Holy Family 
R.C. Church. Rev. Levi Arseneault 
officiated and readings were done by 
Miss Margaret MacDonald and Mr. 
Colin Taylor. Hymns were sung by 
Mrs. Louise Ross and the organist 
was Mrs. Helen Hachey. 

Pallbearers were John Ryan, Ti- 
mothy Ryan, Bill Meahan, Barry 
Meahan, Byron Brown and Henry 
White. 

Burial was in the parish cemetery. 

Relatives and friends attending 
from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. 



Allan Ryan and Kara Ryan of Lon- 
don, Ont.; Miss Camilla Ryan of 
Huntsville, OnL; Mr. John Ryan of 
Barric, Ont.; Mr. Tim Ryan of Cal- 
gary; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson 
and Meg Ferguson of Fredericton; 
Mr. Charles Meahan of Hagcrsvillc, 
Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. Art Dewar of 
Calabogic, Ont.; Mr. Barry Meahan, 
Kathryn, Sean and Jennifer Meahan 
of Caledonia, OnL; Mr. and Mrs. 
L.D. Gillespie of Halifax, N.S.; Mr. 
and Mrs. Don Jenkins of Hampton; 
Mr. and Mrs. Brent Taylor of River- 
view, N.B.; Mr. Charles Ramsey; Mr. 
and Mrs. G.H. Kccnan, Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard Comeau, all of Fredericton; 
Mrs. Lonnie Hachey and Charescta 
Hachey of Dartmouth; and Mrs. Bob 
Noon of Ottawa. 

OBITUARY 

Cleophas Arsenault 

The death of Cleophas Arsenault 
of 890 Victoria St. occurred July 9, 
1991, at Chaleur Regional Hospital 
following a brief illness. He was 68. 

Born in St-Antoine, he was a son of 
the late Emilien and Exelda (Le- 
Blanc) Arsenault. He was also prede- 
ceased by a brother, Edgar. 

Mr. Arsenault served overseas in 
France and Germany in the Second 
World War and also served in the 
Korean War. He was a member of the 
Herman J. Good V.C. Branch No. 18, 
Royal Canadian Legion. He was 
employed for most of his life with the 
C.N.R. Shop's in Moncton. 



Other than his wife, the former 
Florida (Boudreau) (Roy), he is sur- 
vived by six step-sons, Leonard Roy 
of Campbellton, Rufus Roy of Bath- 
urst, Raymond, Victorin and Leo 
Roy. all of Robertville and Alphi 
Roy of Cornwall, OnL; six step- 
daughters, Mrs. Leofred Pitre (Ver- 
gina) of Beresford, Mrs. Aurel Hachd 
(Lina) of Cornwall, Mrs. Clifford 
Comeau (Lydia) of Chateauguay, 
Que., Mrs. Ronald Doucet (Dclcia) 
and Mrs. Denis Comeau (Annette), 
both of Robertville and Mrs. Norbert 
Robichaud (Lilly) of Moncton; 30 
grandchildren; and six great- 
grandchildren. 

Also surviving are four brothers, 
Aquila of Moncton, Alfred of Co- 
cogne, N.B., Desire 1 and Ovila, both 
of St-Antoine; five sisters, Mrs. Ad- 
rice Godin (Laura) of Robichaud 
Office, N.B., Mrs. Zoel Leger (Ida) 
of St-Antoine, Mrs. Louis Richard 
(Rita) of Notre-Dame, N.B., Mrs 
Yvon Babineau (Alphonsine) of She 
diac Road, N.B. and Mrs. Notlla 
Brook of Irishtown, N.B.; and several 
nieces and nephews. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home on July 10 where a 
Legion memorial service was held in 
the evening. The body then rested at 
Frenetic's Funeral Home in |St- 
Antoine with funeral mass celebrated 
July 12 at St-Antoine L'Ennite R.C. 
Church. Interment was in the parish 
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O'Reillys returning home to England 



Eugene and Mary O'Reilly's year-long visit to Bathurst has provided them 
with a host of experiences, both good and bad. The couple is now ready to 
return to England with a well-rounded understanding of Canada and its 
people, and a greater appreciation of old-fashioned Maritime hospitality. 

(Northern Ught Photo) 




By MICHAEL J. BOURGUKNON 
Horthtm Light Staff 

After a year of work and play in 
Bathurst, Eugene O'Reilly and his 
wife Mary are getting ready to return 
to England. 

When they leave early next month 
with four suitcases straining at the 
seams from the many souvenirs and 
gifts they have accumulated they 
will go with a new understanding of 
Canada in general, and New Bruns- 
wick in particular. 

"It's small, rural and friendly," Mr. 
O'Reilly said in a recent interview. 

"That will always be my abiding 
impression of New Brunswick." 

Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly arrived in 
Bathurst about this time last year, to 
allow Mr. O'Reilly to take part in a 
Commonwealth Exchange of 
Teachers. 

The program saw Bathurst High 
School biology and chemistry 
teacher Reg Killoran trade places 
with Mr. O'Reilly, who is head of 
biology at St. Michael's Catholic 
High School in Garston, Watford, 
about 12 miles from his home in 
Harrow Wield near London. 

Mr. Killoran 's tour of duty won't 
be over until later this month, but Mr. 
and Mrs. O'Reilly are already packed 
and ready to go home. 

In the year the couple spent on this 
side of the Atlantic ocean, they have 
visited most of Canada, as well as the 
states of Maine, Massachusetts and 
New York. 
POSITIVE COMMENTS 

As for New Brunswick, they cov- 
ered most of that too; and although 
they still plan to see Hartland's 
famous covered bridge before going 
home, their insights with regards to 
New Brunswick and its people are 
already well-informed and mostly 
positive. 

"The people are very friendly. 



(here's no question," Mr. O'Reilly 
said. 

"You can go down the street and 
people will say hello to you." 

Unfortunately, Mr. O'Reilly has 
found that not everyone he has met 
elsewhere in his travels shares his 
enthusiasm. 

However, it's not because of any 
bad experience they may have had; 
it's simply because they don't know 
any better. 

"No one seems to stop here; it's a 
pity because (New Brunswick) is so 
beautiful." 

Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly have come 
to appreciate such sights as Mount 
Carleton Park, and plan to recom- 
mend New Brunswick as a holiday 
destination for friends back home. 

But they feel New Brunswickers 
themselves could dp the same. 

"New Brunswick isn't hot on their 
tourism policy." Mrs. O'Reilly 
observed. 

One need only look at Nova Scotia 
and Prince Edward Island to see how 
effectively self-promotion can work 
for a province, they indicated. 
PROBLEM ROADS 

Part of the problem could be the 
condition of New Brunswick's road- 
ways, which do not enjoy the best 
reputation in Canada; nor did they 
particularly impress the O'Reillys. 

"I can appreciate that (in England), 
there is more money for roads than 
there is here," Mr. O'Reilly said. 

Nevertheless, as the couple made 
their way to Mount Carleton for a 
visit, "the road was so bad, we had to 
turn back." 

The O'Reilly s ' stay in Canada was 
filled with experiences both good and 
bad, but roads were in large part the 
source of the latter. 

While travelling from Halifax to 
Bathurst last March, the couple en- 
countered a snowstorm that would 
easily have shut down the entire 



"We didn't know how to eat a lobster... The 
first time I saw (people eating it), it certainly 
was very strange." 



country of England for a day. 

"It was literally eyeball to (winds- 
hield)." Mr. O'Reilly said, adding 
their worst experience of the year 
involved three slipping and sliding 
incidents on the highway. 

But they emerged unscathed, and 
eager to tell the tale. 

As it turned out, England's major 
snowstorm this year produced 10 
centimetres of snow. 

"At home, the place would come to 
a slop under five centimetres of 
snow, Mr. O'Reilly said. 

"We don't have great big snowp- 
lows coming out every morning like 
you do here." 

FINALLY 

Snowshock aside, it was while 
driving along New Brunswick's 
highways that Mr. O'Reilly saw 
something he had hoped to see before 
leaving the country a moose. 

It was in a clearing about 100 yards 
away from the highway; Mrs. 
O'Reilly didn't see it, but her hus- 
band did, and won't forget the experi- 
ence for a while. 

"It's a big animal," he said with a 
smile. 

"I was just glad it wasn't on the 
highway." 

Vehicles in England simply are not 
equipped for the elements because 
the elements are not as extreme; so 
winter driving had its share of har- 
rowing experiences and unusual 
discoveries. 



One of the latter was what Mr. 
O'Reilly called, "this plugging in 
business with the car." 

When an accustomed Canadian 
explained that plugging in one's car 
during cold spells is one of the 
necessary evils of winter driving, Mr. 
O'Reilly was somewhat taken aback. 

"I thought, 'where is the plug; how 
do I plug the car into something? Do I 
plug it into the side of the house?'" 

But winter was great fun for the 
p'Reillys, who appreciated the 
picture-perfect scene of a Canadian 
Christmas snowfall, but had less 
appreciation for the "gallons and 
gallons of water and slush" that 
inevitably visit in spring. 

Another first experience for the 
O'Reillys was the taste of lobster 
which, unfortunately, was not to their 
liking. 

"We didn't know how to eat a 
lobster," Mr. O'Reilly said, adding, 
"The first time I saw (people eating 
it), it certainly was very strange." 

They attended a number of social 
outings that included at least one 
lobster party, but the O'Reillys did 
not join in the revelry of the crusta- 
cean cuisine. 

"There must have been 200 lob- 
sters there, and here's us eating a bit 
of steak." 

On the other hand, fiddleheads and 
the local salmon proved quite 
agreeable. 



afe grad, intercoms among interesting BHS memories 



The work aspect of Eugene and 
t O'Reilly's visit to Bathurst also 
proved most enjoyable. 
"School was great; the whole staff 
very welcoming and very help- 
' said Mr. O'Reilly, commenting 
his year of teaching at Bathurst 
School 

only truly difficult moment 
it arose was when the school 
kdministution buzzed Mr. 
O'Reilly's classroom via the inter- 
com, and Mr. O'Reilly was expected 
to respond. 
' "I was almost embarassed to speak 

into the Intercom," he said. 

^__^_____ ^___ 



When he did, he could not help but 
remember a Canadian teacher who 
spent some time teaching in England 
a few yean back. 

As 800 children roamed through 
the hallways one day, a message 
came over the intercom, directed 
toward the Canadian teacher. Not 
knowing any better, he walked up to 
the speaker, looked up way up 
and began to shout back at it. 

In England, intercom systems are 
located about 30 feet from foot level, 
and work only one way. They are for 
transmitting messages, not for 
conversations. 



"I still laugh over it," Mr. O'Reilly 
said with a chuckle. 

Some aspects of the school system 
here stuck in Mr. O'Reilly's mind for 
different reasons. They are the ones 
he intends to bring to the attention of 
his own administration. 

One of them is the system of 
tabulating the names of students who 
are absent The lists originate in 
homerooms, are sent to the admi- 
nistration, and circulated to teachers 
throughout the day, so they know 
who is where. 

"It's a simple, excellent way of 
keeping tabs on kids," he said. 



The use of computers is also more 
widespread in Canadian schools, 
making life easier for teachers, Mr. 
O'Reilly observed. 

"The teachers are very computer- 
literate; we don't have that so much at 
home." 

Aside from that, very few other 
differences between the Canadian 
and English school systems pre- 
sented themselves. 

In the end, as far as Mr. O'Reilly is 
concerned, all is more or less the 
same. 

"You ' ve got a job to do. you teach 
kids, and you get on with it." 



He was impressed with the in- 
volvement of teachers in extra- 
curricular affairs, particularly the 
graduation safe-grad. 

High school graduation in itself is 
a novelty for Mr. O'Reilly, because 
such affairs do not take place in 
England; but the all-night safe-grad 
proved a high point, simply because it 
gave him a chance to see teachers 
taking part in a school activity in the 
wee hours of the morning, and seem- 
ing to enjoy it. 

"In our system, they don't do that," 
he said. 

Mr. O'Reilly may now be armed 



with recommendations for his super- 
iors, but his peers had better be 
prepared for more than just talk about 
New Brunswick's school system. 

"People could come to New 
Brunswick and really have a super 
holiday," he said, adding he and Mrs. 
O'Reilly hope to come back to visit 
the friends they have made through 
school, through Mrs. O'Reilly's 
work at a local kindergarten, and 
through their many outings. 

"Hopefully, that's not the end of 
it," Mr. O'Reilly said, adding, "Un- 
doubtedly, this has been a year that 
we'll both always remember." 



Jill. 




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-riJi Ken McColm's Incredible Journey 
odhu been well received in Ontario, 
irtwhere he will remain for the next 
'jihree to four months. 
-13' "It's adding quite a substantial 
ixladditional mileage," the blind diabe- 
bidic walker told The Northern Ught in 
.ya telephone interview from Ottawa 
(citot Friday. 

,(w I'm not crazy about the extra 
rrmiles, but we will be covering more 
Of of Ontario." 

-IK The extended visit was suggested 

by the Canadian Diabetes Associa- 

,/ition in Toronto, which wanted Ken to 

cover a more significant portion of 

Southern Ontario than he had 



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Appointments are announced 

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by Bishop of Bathurst diocese 



bin So far, the province has treated 
i him well, heralding his arrival last 
l;i,week with a procession headed by 

, bagpipers and a police escort 
-orii He was treated to a reception at a 
elldowntown Ottawa eatery, and parti- 
JnfipMcd in a Beep-Ball game with the 
Ottawa Blind Sports League against 
.the local media. 

1 Beep-Ball is a game similar to 
' baseball, but uses a ball that beeps to 
' make it easier for blind people. 
** ' Ken managed to make it to first 
' J ^>Me, but fared even better at a 
^Canada Day reception in Montreal 
Jjuly 1. 

flzr Taking put in a visit to city hall, 
interviews and walking tours, Ken 
lso was given the opportunity to 
meet Prime Minister Brian Mulroncy 
and his wife Mila. 

"He told me I was a Fine Cana- 
dian," Ken said, adding the Prime 
Minister was presented with an In- 
credible Journey t-shirt and Ken was 
treated to VIP status during his stay in 
Montreal. 

Ken had just arrived in Ottawa 
from Orleans, Ontario, when The 
Northern Light spoke to him Friday 
afternoon. 

By that time, the Incredible Jour- 
ney had raised about $100,000 for 
diabetes research since Ken first set 
out from Newfoundland in March. 
He was expected to finish in 
Victoria, B. C. in December, but his 
journey through Ontario could put 
him behind schedule. 

However, he said he will be 
equipped with heavy winter clothing 
to get him through the colder months. 
Today Wednesday, he should be 
oo his way out of Morrisburg, Ont 
headed toward Toronto. 

See related story OB page five of 
this Mction. 



LANG, MAHER WIN GOLFING TITLES 

Local golfers Yannick Lang and Kerry Maher won lop honors in the 
Coca-Cola Junior Provincial Championships, held at the Gowan Brae Golf 
and Country Club in Bathurst Monday and Tuesday. Yannick (left) took the 
Provincial Boy's Juvenile Championship title (ages IS to 16-years-old), with 
a score of 76-76. However, he lost the overall tide (ages IS to 18) to a Saint 
John golfer by one hole. Yannick was the the defending champion. He played 
against 110 boys from accross the province. Kerry won her second Overall 
Provincial Ladies Championship title, and the Provincial Junior Ladies 
Championship title, with a score of 89-87. Kerry played in a field of 30 girls 
from across the province. She will represent New Brunswick at the national 
Junior Ladies championship in Winnepeg next month. Kerry. 18. is the 
daughter of Bob and Pat Maher of Bathurst. Yannick, 1 6, is the son of On il and 
Margaret Lang of Beresford. See story page 6B. 



Most Reverend Andre Richard, 
Bishop of the diocese of Bathurst. 
announced a number of clergy ap- 
pointments in a release Tuesday. 

Father Edmond Theriault, pastor 
of the parishes of Lagaceville and 
Lavilleue, will be comming to Bath- 
urst to organize the diocesan Pastoral 
Council. 

Father Guy LoiseL. a Eudist priest 
newly arrived to the diocese, is 
appointed pastor of the Lagaceville 
and Lavilleue parishes. 

FatherJean-Guy Thibodcau, chap- 
lain at the Tracadie Hospital and in 
charge of liturgical services at Saint- 
Irenee, will leave for a period of 
studies at Villa Manrese, in Quebec 
City. 

Father Regent Landry, curate of 
Saint-John the Baptist parish, in 
Dalhousie, is appointed chaplain of 
the Tracadie Hospital and responsi- 
ble for the liturgical services in the 
parish of Saint-Irenee. 

Father Maurice Frenetic, admini- 
strator of Saint Marguerite 
Bourgeoys parish in Saint-Leolin, 



will also become responsible for the 
parish of Saint-Rose. He will hence- 
forth assume the pastoral care of both 
parishes. 

Father Yvon Hache, at present 
administrator of the parish of Saint- 
Simon, is now appointed pastor of 
this same parish. 



Father Martin Roy has received a 
leave of absence. 

The appointment of a new pastor in 
Lagaceville and Lavilleue is effec- 
tive at the beginning of next Septem- 
ber. The other appointments will all 
become effective Aug. 1. 



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United States bucking abolitionist trend 



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By KEVIN 

WuMngton BurMU 
Thornton N*wi Strvict 




It has been dubbed "the land of the 
death penalty." 

While countries around the world 
are renouncing executions, the Un- 
ited States is executing more prison- 
ers every year. 

During 1990, seven countries abol- 
ished the death penalty, bringing the 
total number of abolitionist nations to 
44. Another 17 restrict executions to 
exceptional offences and 25 others do 
not exercise their death penalty pro- 
visions. In Canada, the death penalty 
was abolished in 1976. Several com- 
paigns to have it reinstated have 
failed. 

"The worldwide trend to abolish 
the death penalty is a sign that 
countries are willing to give up the 
medieval tradition of seeking retribu- 
tion," says Carole Nagengast, chair- 
person of Amnesty International 
U.S.A. 

But the U.S. is defiantly bucking 
the trend. A crime bill before Con- 
gress would bring the number of 
crimes punishable by death to 49. The 



U.S. Supreme Court also recently 
restricted inmates' rights to appeal 
death sentences. 

Since uie court ruled in 1977 that 
states may resume executions, 34 
have opted to do. States executed 143 
people from 1977 through 1990. 
More than 2,300 other people are on 
death row. 

Amnesty International, which 
strongly opposes the death penalty, 
comes down hard on the U.S. in its 
1991 annual review of human rights 
abuses around the world. 
FLAMES AND SMOKE 

"The unique cruelty of the death 
was graphically demonstrated when 
flames and smoke emitted from Jesse 
Tafero's head-piece during his elec- 
trocution in Florida in May (1990)," 
it said. Three applications of electric- 
ity were used before he was pro- 
nounced dead. 

In Illinois, three physicians in- 
serted an intravenous tube into Char- 
les Walker's arm to administer a 
lethal injection . It is believed to be the 
first time doctors have directly parti- 
cipated in an execution, contrary to 
the guidelines of the American Medi- 
cal Association and the World Medi- 
cal Association. 

In Louisiana, Dallon Prejean, a 
Mack who was mentally retarded. 



EDITORIAL 



The Moving 

Finger Writes 

Evnti from lh archlv** 
of Th Northern Ught 



70 YEARS AGO 
July 1921 

Chief of Police Chamberlain is 
back in town after attending the 
Policemen's Convention in Mon- 
treal, and from conversations with 
him it is clear that he is fired up with 
the enthusiasm of the general police 
movement against the ever increas- 
ing dangers of precocity. 

One of his first actions upon 
returning to town was to issue an 
edict against the driving of automo- 
biles by people under 18 years of age. 
It is not that such people cannot drive, 
for they can. and they do, but the 
dangers attendant upon the practice 
are too obvious and too manifold to 
require any explanation. After this 
week therefore, one of the possible 
sources of trouble should be well on 
the way towards elimination. 

60 YEARS AGO 
July 1931 

Mr. Leon Arseneau of Tremblay 
Settlement, a small but prosperous 
community a few miles west of 
Bathurst, recently had the good for- 
tune to capture alive a young moose 
which had made itself at home among 
his cattle. 

The denizen of the woods seems to 
have become perfectly domesticated 
and is now happy to be made the pet 
of the family arid the many visitors 
who call the lordly animal at close 
range. 

50 YEARS AGO 
July 1941 

For the first lime in a number of 
years, the Bathurst Race Track will 
echo to the hoofbeats of thorough- 
breds when an ambitious program 
starts July 30. 

The races are sponsored by G. 
Blondin Thomas, noted horse trainer 
of Nouvellc, Que , and Mr. Henry 
Good of Dalhousic. 

The track is in the course of being 
reconditioned for the event, and a 
good field of horses and well-filled 
classics are promised to racing 
enthusiasts. 
40 YEARS AGO 
July 1951 

Officials of the Donald Eddy Me- 
morial Hall were agreeably surprised 
at the success of the two first Friday 



was put to death despite the fact he 
was a juvenile when he murdered a 
white police officer. The prosecutor 
in the case used his peremptory 
challenges to exclude any blacks 
from the all-white jury. 

Alleged racial bias in executions is 
now receiving special attention in 
Congress, and (he focus is on the 
Chatlahoochee judicial district in 
central Georgia. 

The Washington-based Death Pen- 
alty Information Centre iDPIC) told 
a congressional subcommittee that 
Chattahoochce prosecutors tend to 



seek the death penalty when victims 
arc whie. The judicial system is 
placing a premium on while lives 
over black, it said. 

Whites represent only 35 per cent 
of murder victims, but 85 per cent of 
the capital cases brought by prosecu- 
tors involve white victims. In most 
cases, the prosecutors used their 
challenges to exclude blacks from 
juries, it says. 

The Southern Prisoners' Defence 
Committee also reported that Chatta- 
hoochee prosecutors sught the death 
penalty in 34.3 per cent of the cases 



that involved a white victim and only 
5.8 per cent of cases involving black 
victims. 

In the past 1 8 years, 27 people have 
been sentenced to death in the dis- 
trict, leading some to call it Death 
Valley. The DPIC report called the 
region a "microcosm' of a "national 
disgrace". 

Although the report examines the 
race of the victim instead of the 
accused, Amnesty International says 
Blacks are 11 times more likely to 
receive the death sentence than 
whiles in some jurisdictions. 



"We see the death penalty used 
against blacks and the poor as a 
human rights abuse," said John Hea- 
Icy, executive director of the organi- 
zation's American chapter. "Organ- 
ized crime figures will never be on 
death row." 

In an attempt to reduce racial bias 
in sentencing, legislation is before 
the House of Representatives that 
would allow courts to consider statis- 
tics on racial disparities in death 
sentences. President George Bush 
opposes the measure, which failed to 
pass last year. 



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Thanks from organizer 
of city pencil campaign 



Behind schedule 

When it comes to tourism, it is no secret New Brunswick 
lags behind other Maritime provinces. 

If any among us still have doubt, cross the border at 
Aulac, south ofSackville, into Nova Scotia: flowers, tourist 
information centres, good signage. Now turn around and 
come back: mounds of dirt, patched roadway, and a sign on 
an old covered bridge that reads New Brunswick. 

We all know the provincial government is seeking monies 
from Ottawa to upgrade our highways. An uphill battle, but 
a necessary and important one. 

As for other aspects of tourism, signage and the like, the 
question is, how did we fall so far behind our fellow Atlantic 
Provinces? And more importantly, how long is it going to 
take to catch up? 

We all lose 

The Chaleur Region is not a "hot spot" for cross-border 
shopping, since we do not live close to Maine. 

However, we are not immune to revenue losses from 
people shopping south of the border to escape taxes. 

While we do not argue that there are bargains to be found 
in the United Staes, local merchants should be supported 
whenever possible if not for them for ourelves. Whgn 
local stores board up their windows and pack it in, we all 
lose closed doors mean lost jobs, and lost jobs means 
even less money in the local economy. 

Moose among the cattle 

night motorboat cruises. Some 40 
mothers, children and teenagers en- 
joyed the first two-hour cruise and 42 
the second trip last Friday on which 
members of the TNT Club 
predominated. 

The committee in charge wishes it 
known that it plans to continue these 
trips every Friday night until further 
notice. It is emphasized that these are 
not commercial profit-making ven- 
tures, as only a nominal contribution 
of 25 cents is asked as a share in gas 
and oil and advertising expenses. 
30 YEARS AGO 
July 1961 

June, the traditionally popular 
month for weddings, took on a new 
role here this year. It was a record 
month for births at the Hotel Dicu, 
breaking a previous record for any 
other 30 or 31-day period since the 
institution opened in 1942 by 14. 

Hospital authorities report 102 
new arrivals, including three sets of 
twins on June 12, 16 and 18. This 
surpassed the August 1959 record of 
88. Next closest was April 1960. 
when the total was 85. 

And. ..if the 12 births recorded 
from July 1 to noon July 4 are any 
indication of this month's activity on 
the maternity floor, the new record 
might also be broken. 
20 YEARS AGO 
July 1971 

Some concrete footings are com- 
pleted and steel structure for the new 
regional shopping centre on St. Peter 
Avenue is now being erected. 

First phase of the project costing 
over $2 million includes a 70,000 
square-foot K-Mart department 
store, a 23,000 square-foot Dominion 
grocery store, a number of smaller 
shops and a theatre. 

The succeeding phases of the de- 
velopment will include a hotel com- 
plex, office building and apartments 
and possibly a medical-dental clinic. 

Cost of the entire project is esti- 
mated to exceed $5 million. 
10 YEARS AGO 
July 1981 

Sunday, July 5, First United 
Church, Bathurst, observed its 40th 
anniversary. It was on July 4, 1941, 
that this congregation was officially 
established by the authority of the 
Miramichi Presbytery. 

Also marked was the inaugural 
ministry of the Rev. Renford G. 
MacKenzie, B.A., M. Div., who has 
been called and duly inducted to 
become the senior pastor in associa- 
tion with the junior pastor, the Rev. 
Doyle F. Prier, B.A..B.D. 



(Editor * Mof: Thlt letter at thank* It 
from local retldent John Duffy, who 
purchaied number of pencil* to give 
10 Ktn McColm. Kwi. blind diabetic 
writer from Bathurtt, It walking acrot* 
Canada to nltt monle* for * cun for 
dlabete*, and to raise public awarenet* 
about the dl*ea*e. The pencil* bear the 
Incriptlon Bathurtt: Home of the In- 
credible Journey, and Ken Hand* them 
out In hit travel*.) 

July 15 
Dear Editor, 

I wish to thank all those that 
donated to help promote our city by 
purchasing pencils and making 
donations. 

I wish to thank The Northern Light 
in helping to promote this cause, and 
agreeing to print the following list of 
people who made donations to the 
Incredible Journey. 
Ruth Comeau $10.00 

Gerald Imhalf 5.00 

Victor Dugas 10.00 

John Commbs 5.00 

Clifford Hannon 10.00 

Elsie Baldwin 5.00 



Local 120 CPU 250.00 

Hugh Schryer 4.00 

Bemie Arseneau 20.00 

Hachey's Wheel Alignment 25.00 
Omer Roussell 5.00 

Leonard R. Moncrieff 20.00 



Sisters of 
Family 

Donald Black 
Leonard Arseneau 
National Bank 
Lounsbury Co. 
Super Mall Assoc. 
Place Bathurst Mall 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 

Premium Office Centre 
Total 



Charity-Holy 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
75.00 
20.00 
25.00 
25.00 
100.00 
10.00 
200.00 
$869.00 



Large amount purchased: 

Paul Kenny 
William Kenny 
Kcalon Davis 
Jack DeHaitre 



John 



50.00 
20.00 
25.00 
25.00 
A. Duffy 
Bathurst 



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letters must be signed, and include the writer's address anda phone number 
where the writer can be reached during the day, for purpose of verification. 
Any letter submitted with a request tor the authors name to be withheld 
will not be considered for publication. Anonymous letters .will be 
discarded. Letters should be bnef and to the point, sticking to one subject 
The Northern Light reserves the right to edit all letters for length, libel, 
taste or non-verifiable information. 




THE ZURICH CANADA HONOUR ROLL 

(Hard Work Pays Off) 

Local Insurance Broker Roger DeGrace (right) of Aube & DeGrace 
Insurance is being presented a Merit Award Plaque by Mr. Raymond 
Boudreau, Manager for Zurich Canada operations in New Brunswick. 

This special recognition to the Brokers who made a significant 
contribution to Zurich Canada operations also included attendance, along 
with his wife Dea, at a conference to commemorate this special occasion, 
held at the beautiful Marriott's Castle Harbour Resort in Bermuda in May. 

Roger DeGrace has been in operation as an Insurance Broker in Bathurst 
since 1 979. Mr. Boudreau added that it has been their pleasure to deal with 
Mr DeGrace since 1980. 



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548-3373 



The Northern Light, Wed., July 17, 



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Best of Irish culture coming She walked 1,150 miles with Ken 

vx it,., c nr .. _,.;,. T*,,. as those elsewhere, it wasn '. ncci 



July 12 
Dear Editor, 

Words like gathering, cultural 
celebration, unity, kinship, reconcili- 
ation, poetry, music, dance, and fun, 
tumbled off the pages of the July, 
199 1 issue of The Shamrock Leaf, the 
newsletter of the Irish Canadian 
Cultural Association of New 
Brunswick. 

A special word of appreciation is 
due to Patricia O'Lcary-Coughlan, 
editor of this meaty publication. 

World news blasts out depression 
from every comer of the globe. 
That's one reason that our present 
news on Irishowen tour breathes such 
a gust of joy across Planet Earth, and 
more precisely, across our own pro- 
vince of New Brunswick. 

Basically, all humans of good will 
want to celebrate the loveliness 
which unites us, without denying the 
differences which cause us pain. 

A living witness to the ability of 
people to rise above the pall of 
negativity is the Irishowen Tour. 
More than one hundred artists 
gleaned from Northern and Southern 
Ireland leap over traditional cultural 
and religious barriers, which have 
often prevented these talented lovers 
of an from gathering to share their 
God-given gifts. 

Today, they are stretching that leap 
across the Atlantic Ocean to taste our 
own rich culture of New Brunswick 
while offering us theirs. 

Hospitality has always been char- 
acteristic of the Irish people may 
they find delight in ours as we open 



"Our summers are always too short, and we 
tend to complain about a lack of excitement in 
our little 25 year-old City of Bathurst. Help to 
make it come alive with play involving music, 
poetry, dancing and theatre." 



wide our neans and homes to our 
Irish guests who will be with us in 
Baihurst, Wednesday, July 31 and 
Thursday, Aug. 1! Some of us hope to 
make a return visit to Ireland in 1992. 
Now, as July moves into August, 
let us all enter wholeheartedly into 
the spirit of the fun event. 

Our summers are always too short, 
and we tend to complain about a lack 
of excitement in our link 25 year-old 
City of Bathurst. Help to make it 
come alive with play involving 
music, poetry, dancing and theatre. 

Participation is the key ingredient 
still needed to allow the year's plans 
of many hard workers and over 100 
performers explode into a successful 
spectacle of delight. 

Quoting from The Shamrock Leaf. 
"Don't miss the Inishowen tour on its 
N.B. visit... 

You may never see their like again. 
As the group makes its way through- 
out the province, it will be bringing 
the very best of Irish culture, while at 
the same time promoting unity and 
kinship among ethnic communities." 

Make this program your focus for 



July 31 and Aug. 1. 
Wednesday July 31 

4:p.m. Tour welcome at Gowan 
Brae. 

5:p.m. to 6 p.m. Outdoor concert in 
Coronation Park. 
Thursday Aug. 1 

9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Craft, 
music, and genealogy workshops at 
Bathurst High School. 

12 noon to 12:30 p.m. Ecumenical 
service at First United Church. 

1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch in basement 
of Sacred Heart Cathedral (compli- 
ments of Catholic Women's League). 

2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Free time. Buses 
may take visitors to the beach, shop- 
ping, touring etc. or they may spend 
the time with host families. 

4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Supper with hosts. 

8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Different Drums 
variety concert at Bathurst High 
School. 

Tickets for "Different Drums" 
($7.00 each) available from any 
member of the Irish Canadian Cul- 
tural Association of New Brunswick. 
Contacts: Jim Boyle, 546-9222; 
Anne Leger, 546-6766; and Connie 
Whalen, 548-8706. 

Sister Joan Conway 
Bathurst 



Fat Sargent's participation in the 
Incredible Journey is over for now, 
but she has lots more walking 
planned in the near future. 

Mrs. Sargent married to Gary 
Sargent, a member of the Incredible 
Journey's main organi/cr, the Tele- 
phone Pioneers of America. 

She accompanied blind diabetic 
walker Ken McColm as he walked 
from Amigonish, N.S. to Monlrcal--a 
distance of some 1,150 miles. 

"It was not a difficult walk," she 
told The Northern Light Friday. 

"On the whole, it was pretty good." 

Ken's pace is averaging about 32 
kilometres a day, which isn't fast; but 
the experience was excellent training 
for a speed-walking competition 
Mrs. Sargent intends to enter at the 
end of this month. 



The 1 3 kilometre race is being held 
in the slate of Vermont; and she also 
plans to speed-walk in the Montreal 
marathon this year. 

Mrs. Sargent, who has been "a 
serious speed-walker" for the past 
four years, has walked with Ken 
before; but this last trek was particu- 
larly long and full of interesting 
experiences. 

"There were lots of seniors' club 
meetings; and we went to a lot of 
school and picnics," she said, adding 
she also stayed overnight at a priest's 
residence in St. Valicr, Quebec. 

Other than herself. Ken and his 
entourage, the only other residents 
were a Telephone Pioneer and "a big, 
funny priest." 

Although Quebec crowds were not 
as receptive to the Incredible Journey 



as those elsewhere, it wasn . neces- 
sarily because ol any sense of apathy. 

"We couldn't travel on the main 
road," Mrs. Sargent said, adding 
doing so in Quebec would mean 
acquiring a walking license. So the 
Incredible Journey stuck to the side 
roads while in Quebec. 

Mrs. Sargent said the motorhomc 
(hat is following Ken, who has so far 
raised about SI 00,000 for diabetes 
research, can now be reached by 
dialing 1-800-563- WALK. 

Ken, a Bathursl writer, is walking 
across Canada to raise monies for a 
cure for diabetes, and to raise public 
awareness about the disease which 
took his sight. 

He began his walk, dubbed the 
Incredible Journey,. in March in New- 
foundland, and is scheduled to finish 
in Victoria, B.C. in December. 



StereotvDe about carnies is unfair 



Sitting 
Back 

With GREG MULOCK 
Personal opinion from 

the managing editor 




Hucksters. Con artists. 

Those are just two of the un- 
friendly terms sometimes used to 
describe "carnies," the people who 
work carnival midways. 

Such generalizations are hardly 
fair, as a recent incident in our 



community illustrates, related to me 
by a member of the Bathurst Lions 
Club, Glyn MacDonald. 

The story involves Campbell Am- 
usements, a carnival outfit basked out 
of Bramlford, Ont. The midway was 
set up in the Chaleur Centre parking 
lot during the recent summer festival, 
brought in by the local Lions Club. 

Mrs. Eugene Boulay of Gaspe", 
vacationing in Bathurst June 28, 
inadvertently left her purse on top of 
her car, and rove away. The owner of 



Campbell Amusements, Joyce 
Campbell, later found the purse on 
the nearby bypass, its contents scat- 
tered far and wide. 

Mrs. Campbell and her travelling 
companion searched both sides of the 
roadway, finding pieces of identifica- 
tion and in excess of SI, 000 in 
large bills. 

It took about a week, but the 
grateful owner was finally contacted, 
and the money returned. 

Campbell Amusements by the 
way, arc in Shippagan this week. 



Says real sabbath Saturday 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE TOP FOUR GRADUATES 
OF 1991 CLASS OF 269 STUDENTS AT BATHURST HIGH SCHOOL 



July 15 
Dear Editor, 

Almost noboby is aware of it, but 
most are breaking one of God's 
greatest commandment, the fourth 
one. It is the day of rest, the sabbath, 
the seventh day of the week, we call it 
Saturday. 

He created the sabbath by resting 
on that seventh day (Genesis 2:2-3. 
He reminded again Israel at Mount 
Sinia (Exodus 20:8-11). And His 
commandments are forever (Psalms 



111:7-10). One of the last things 
Malachi said in the Old Testament 
was "Remember the law"... (Mala- 
chi 4:4). And the next to this book is 
the New Testament, and some say 
now, "the law is done away". 

Where did they dig that up? The 
sabbath was never done away with, 
and Jesus observed every one of them 
and all his disciples after him. And 
the easiest thing to find is that they all 
observed the sabbath day. Nowhere 
in the Bible does it say the seventh 



Comments on this, that 



July 14 
Dear Editor, 

The July 1 holiday has come and 
gone and so has "hospitality days." 
Hadn't it not been for the "Kids from 
Maria," we wouldn't have had a 
band. The parade might have been the 
longest and slowest, but anyone who 
says that it was the best ever hasn't 
been too long around Bathurst, I'd 
say. 

Driving through Coronation Park 
the other &unday afternoon, I listened 
to a few selections played by our 
community band, and I must say they 
sound good. I suppose it will take 
practice before they can march, in 
time. Keep up the good work. 

According to the figure, $12,000 
spent for fireworks. Didn't see any of 
it bad enough some of our money 
goes down the drain, I couldn't bear 
to watch it go up in smoke. And, 
what's the rumor of having a Halifax 
firm to set off the firecrackers? This 
is going too far, isn't it? This money 
could have been better spent on 
uniforms for our band members. 
Let's see what the city does about it. 

While speaking of money, how 



much did it cost the taxpayers to send 
the mayor and three councillors to 
Newfoundland, recently? Are these 
trips necessary? Why four people? 
What do they learn? Just a big social 
event, from what I gather. And we 
pay for it. These trips should be 
eliminated, in my view. 

A new parks and recreation direc- 
tor has been appointed. Now, let's see 
if he trims the staff. Just imagine 80 
people hi this department, for a little 
(own like this. Too many sporting and 
not enough working. 

And what's this I hear, couldn't get 
a qualified electrician, in Baihurst? 
Had to give the job to an outsider, 
again. Something's wrong here. 

On to another theme, why do 
ambulances use St. Peter Avenue so 
often when on call? Don't they know 
that the bypass would be much 
quicker and safer in most cases? And 
why are the attendants looking for 
hospital and Medicare cards, wasting 
valuable time when a person may be 
having a stroke or heart attack? A life 
could be at stake here. 

Joe Kennedy 
Bathurst 



Would prefer a plebiscite 



Dear Editor, 

I am writing to add my voice 
concerning the proposed site for the 
civic centre. I would like for you to 
note that this letter is also addressed 
to the citizens and taxpayers of 
Bathurst. 

For the past several months, I have 
been reading your letters coming 
from the people expressing then- 
views on where to build the civic 
centre. Tonight I am expressing my 
view on it. I am very angry; I do not 
like the site at all. 

The people have the right to 
express their anger. We are the 
forgotten people who cannot express 
their point of view at city council. We 
are being ignored our rights and we 
are not heard. 

I read the article about Mr. George 
Astle appearing before the council 



meeting about where he wants the 
civic centre, at While's Wharf. I do 
believe White's Wharf is the best 
location. 

I am one hundred per cent behind 
Mr. Astle's proposal. This pitching 
and picking as to where the centre is 
to be built should stop. It's getting us 
nowhere. 

I only have one solution for this 
problem. Tonight I have written to 
the City of Bathurst to solve that 
problem. I propose a plebiscite on 
this mailer, during next spring's 
municipal election. 

Let us decide where the civic 
centre is to be built. It will be our duty 
as taxpayers in this city to have a say 
where the centre should go, rather 
then council deciding for itself. 

Aurele Parker 
Bathurst 



Report show police were busy 



Silver Points 



By SONIA-SIMARD 

CORMIER 

Ntws front 25 yt* rt ago. 




during summer and Saturdays year- 
round. 



July 21, 1966 

Although there wasn't much in the 
news department during this week, 
there was an article of some interest 
about the day-to-day work being 
accomplished by the city police de- 
partment. In this partial police report 
to city council no details were omit- 
ted as the following segment 
illustrates. 

Tacts and Figures: Convictions, 
28 criminal code; 67 motor vehicle 
act; 38 N.B. Liquor Control Board; 
47 City of Bathurst bylaw; 3 premises 
left unsecured; 8 in for protection; 
301 meter fines; patrol car mileage, 
9,525; and parking meter collections 
for June $2,644 .05." Now that's what 
I call keeping the taxpayer informed! 

As for keeping the public enter- 
tained, you could always count on the 
Kent Theatre. At that time the local 
cinema operated seven nights a week 
and even included special matinees, 



NEW BRUNSWICK POWER 

INVITATION TO TENDER 

TENDER DOCUMENT 

NUMBER T10-84166 

Seated Tenders are invited for Tree 
Pruning. Cutting end Skirting, on Route 
322. Robertvite Road, bne 7203-7207 
in the Bathurst District as described in 
Tender Document Number 001-065. 

Tender documents may be obtained 
from the Materials Management Divi- 
sion of NB Power. 5th Floor. 515 King 
Street Fredericton. New Brunswick, or 
by contacting the Tender Clerk at 
1 800 561 8363 (toll free wrtnin NB) or 
at 506 458 3641 (outside NB or local 
oals), during business hours (8:15 
am. to 4 30 p.m.), Monday through 
Friday 

A Bid Security Deposit in to amount 
of 10% of the tendered price will be 



required. 

Tendei 



'enders shell does at 2.30 p.m , 
loom) time. July 25. 1891. end shall be 
opened in the afternoon of the same 
day in Room 5A. 515 King Street. 
Fredericton. New Brunswick 

The lowest or any lender will nto 
necessarily be accepted 

Hon. Alfred W. Ueey 
Chairman 



day, the sabbath, the day of rest, has 
been shifted to the first day of the 
week or any other day for a day of 
rest 

Why Sunday today? What Bible 
autority can support that? None! 

Maybe we can understand this 
verse in Revelations a little better 
now: "And the great dragon was cast 
out, that old serpent called the Devil, 
and Satan which dcceiveth the whole 
world" (Rev. 12:9). Today Satan is 
the god of this world (2 Corinthians 
4:4). And he's going to be there until 
Jesus returns at the end of this age 
(Matthew 24:30). Then, at that lime, 
Satan will be put away (Rev. 20: 1-3). 

And that's why we all observe 
Sunday today because we're all 
deceived. 

Yvon Roy 
Nigadoo 




1st 

Patti Jo Jagoe daughter 
of Loma Jagoe and the late 
Haldon Jagoe. Patti Jo will 
be attending Dalhousie 
University working tow- 
ards a Bachelor of Science 
degree. 



Nancy Lyn Good, 
daughter of Sherwood & 
Elaine Good. Nancy will be 
working towards a Bache- 
lor of Science degree at 
University of New Bruns- 
wick. 



4th 

Phoebe Hudon, daughter Susanne Boucher 
of John & Phyllis Hudon. daughter of Duncan & 
Phoebe will be working Jackie Boucher. Susanne 
towards a Bachelor of will be attending St. Mary's 
Commerce degree ut Mount University, Halifax, where 
Allison University. she received an entrance 

scholarship working tow- 
ards a Bachelor of Arts 
degree. 



"My friends don't tell me what to think. 

Or what to drink. 

1 



* 




My rum is Bacardi. 

I don't do something just because a lot of other guys are doing it. 
That's why I drink Bacardi rum. It's all I could ask for in a white rum. 
Smooth. Flavourful. Satisfying. 

And whether I drink Bacardi rum straight, on the rocks or mixed, 
that 125 years of consistent quality comes through every time. 

Bacardi, here's to you." 



BACARDI 



ir,is'iinTo <, 




6A The Northern Light. Wed., July 17. 1991 



Welcome Mat I 

for the 

16th Annual 




Out 




JULY 15 to JULY 21, 
Festival des 
Mineurs de 



1991 






Miner's 
Festival 



PROGRAM 



WEDNESDAY July 17 

6:30 Joan-Luc Leblanc Softball Tournament 

7:00 Pageant (Arena) Adm: $3.00 Adulte $2.00 children 

THURSDAY July 18 

8:30 Olympic day (Arena) 

6:30 Jean-Luc Leblanc Softball Tournament 

9:00 to 12:00 Dance for 14-18 years old with band "Night 

Crawler" (Arena) $4.00 

FRIDAY July 19 

6:30 Jean-Luc Leblanc Softball Tournament 

8:00 Show with "Brn Leboeuf" (Arena) 

Adm: $21.00 

1st part "Hommage" 

SATURDAY July 20 

8-00 Jean-Luc Softball Tournament 

10:00 Horseshoe Tournament (Arena) 

12:00 to 5:00 Bistro Pub 

3.00 Tug of War 

8:00 to 1:00 Country Hoe Down with 
"Pat & Collatta" (Arena) 
"Draw for the Barbecue & Patio Set* 

SUNDAY July 22 

8:00 Final Jean-Luc Leblanc Softball Tournament 

10:00 Mass (Arena) 

1:00 to 3:00 Bistro Pub (Arena) and Chez Pelletier 

2:30 Truck Parade 

Leaving Chez Pelletier to Beresford 

Trophies presentation Chez Pelletier 



A WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENT 

As chairman of the 16th Miners Festival, I would like 
on my behalf and the various organizing committees 
invite you to come participate in various activities. It Is a 
real special event for the people of Nigadoo and 
surrounding area to meet together by making this 
festival an unforgetable success. 
We are expecting you in great number. 

Ivan Frenette 
Chairman 




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12 VYING FOR '91 TITLE 



The Mlaa Nigadoo Miner Pageant will ba h.ld thl .venlng at th Ntg.doo Arn at 7 p.m. So.klng th till* ire, M.lod from toft: Carat^Roy, MlM Canal Ranch; 
Stephanl. Franatta, Mlaa Hacha, Bait daa Chalur; Chanlato Ch.mbrlaln, MM Hoy'. Trucking; .nd Loulw Frartttta, Mm Bo3qo*'577. Standing, from latt: 
Cyndl Olacamp, MlM D * R Steel Eractor; Martha Henry, Mlaa Laa'a Service and Auto Uigees; Armlck Roy, Mla R.K Frenette; Uaa LavaaqtM, Mlsi Berwtord 
I.G.A.; Danlaa Robtchaod, Mlaa Po4aonnrta Araanaau; N.ncy Aube, Mlaa J.C. Elecirkju.; and Ceclle Roy, Mlaa Muatc City. Mlaalng from photo la Jaannalta 
Brlde.u, Mlaa Northern Crane* Ltd. 



MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR 

I have the pleasure, in the name of the Municipal Council, to offer 
to the organizers of our "Festival des Mineurs' much success. 
A hearty welcome, residents and visitors, may you enjoy good 
times and good friendship. 

Donald A. McGinn 
Mayor 



BEST WISHES 

to the organizers of the 
16th annual 

NIGADOO MINERS' FESTIVAL 



from everyone at 

Place 

BATHURST 
Mall 




AT THE NEW BATH UR^f MALI 

a. '.ffan XW0o* of t 

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1300 St. Peter Ave 
Bathurst 




Village of 
Nigadoo 

Welcome to our 15th Annual Festival 

Mayor: Don McGinn 

Deputy Mayor: Huguette Doucet Lagac6 

Councillors: Raymond Provencher, Joe Comeau, Aubin Doucet, 

Jacques Boudreau 
Administrator: Serge Boudreau 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,' 
-LOBSTIR- SALMON -OYSTERS 
CLAMS .CRAB -SHRIMP 
SCALLOPS 



WELCOME TO THE FESTIVAL 



GROCERIES 

nd 
Confectionartes 



NAME BRAND 
SPORTSWEAR 

and 
EQUIPMENT 



WOE VARIETY 

MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 



ALL LOTTERY TICKETS PLUS 6/49 



Prudent Arseneau et Fils Ltee. 

Petit Rocher. N.B. 783-2655 





SALT & FRESH FROZEN FISH 



WE PACK FOR TRAVEL 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE ORGANIZERS OF THE 

NIGADOO MINER'S FESTIVAL 

POISSONNERIE 

ARSENEAU 




FISH MARKET 
783-2195 




ENJOY THE NIGADOO MINERS' FESTIVAL 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

THE ORGANIZERS AND 

BEST OF LUCK TO THE 

1991 CONTESTANTS 

From all of us at IGA, Beresford! 







The Northern Light, Wed., July 17, 1991 7 A 



Federal monies announced 



Bernard Valcourt has announced 
$365,544 10 allow 50 unemployed 
workers in the riding of Rcsligouchc- 
Chalcur to retain their work skills. 

'These projects will enable the 
participants to maintain their work 
skills while unemployed, and also 
improve their future career pros- 
pects," said a release from Mr. 
Valcourt, MP for Madawaska- 
Victoria, and federal minister of 
Employment and Immigration. 

Section 25 (formerly section 38) of 
the UI Act allows businesses and 
organizations to undertake projects 
of benefit to the community by 
helping unemployed workers use and 



maintain their skills while receiving 
unemployment insurance. 

These projects will permit seven 
different communities or organiza- 
tions lo create 50 jobs in a region 
where the rate of unemployment is 
generally quite high. It is consistent 
with the socio-economic develop- 
ment of the region. 

Included in the announcement is 
567,403 for Atlas Society Park Inc. 
creating seven jobs to improve the 
quality of this tourism-based park in 
Pointe Verte. 

Meanwhile, the Village of Pointe 
Vcrtc will receive $48.222 to im- 



LOUNSBURY 



prove municipal facilities, creating 
six jobs. 

The Robcrtville Gold Age Club 
Inc. will receive $30,254 to expand 
an existing structure creating six 
jobs, and the Petit Rocher Recreation 
Association will receive $29,120 to 
improve existing infrastructures. 
This project will create 6 jobs. 

Section 25 (formerly section 38) fo 
the UI Act allows businesses and 
organizations to undertake projects 
of benefit to (he community, while 
helping unemployed workers use and 
maintain their skills while receiving 
unemployment insurance. 



ELEVATOR FUND RISES 

St Polycarpe church in Petit Rocher received $1,000 July 4 from the Community Services Fund of the Royal 
Canadian Legion, New Brunswick Command. This will go towards the church's $70,000 project to build an elevator 
in the church for seniors and handicapped people. The money was raised through a levee of one dollar charged per 
member, per year. Members of Chaleur Branch No. 100 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Petit Rocher applied to the 
New Brunswick Command for the financial support Front from left are Nancy Arsenault, president of Chaleur Branch 
No. 1 00; Leandre Roy, president of the elevator project; and Henry Doucet, Chaleur Branch No. 100 secretary. Back 
from left are Lise Laforest; Chaleur Branch No. 100 treasurer. Father Leo Lanteigne, parish priest; Wendell Firlotte of 
Dalhousie, provincial chairman of the Community Services Fund; and Don Thorburn of Dalhousie, Branch No. 17 
president and legion deputy commander for the North Shore district 

(Northern Light Photo) 



-CLOTHING 
BOUTIQUE 

(NOW LOCATED ON THE 2nd FLOOR) 




Super Summer / 
Clearance '91 I 

SELECTED 

\ SUMMER CLOTHING 

A AND 

\NEW SUMMER ARRIVALS , 



UP TO 



40 TO 50% OFF 



SUMMER COATS 

40% OFF 



ALL REMAINING WINTER 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING 
50% 



SEE OUR 2nd FLOOR 
LOCATION 



CANADA DAY YOUTH AWARDS PRESENTED 

Three local youths recently received the Canada Day Youth Award, from the Secretary of Slate of Canada. The 
recipients Jocelyne Picot, Rcmi Cormier, and Andrea Burgoyne were acknowledged for their work within the 
community. Shown from left are Miss Picot, Mr. Cormier, Nepisiguit-Chaleur MLA and Speaker of the House Frank 
Branch, Miss Burgoyne, Joanne Chamberlain, Girl Guides pre-school division commissioner for Gloucester, Bathurst 
mayor Kevin Mann, and Leah Blackmore, representing the Holy Family Catholic Women's League. 

i . (Northern Light Photo) 



275 King Ave 



Now Located 
On the 2nd Floor 



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Fifty-six persons receive 

their Diploma of Apprenticeship 

and Certificate of Qualification at the 

N.B.C.C. - Bathurst 



The New Brunswick Community College - Bathurst offers a complete apprenticeship program 
to persons wishing to become competent labourers in the field of their choice. 

The apprenticeship program consists of two components, the first being a practical training 
and the second a related collegia! training prepared to develop highly qualified persons in their 
field. 

Under the direction of the employer and competent instructors, the apprentice learns to better 
know the occupation he or she has chosen, knowledge of the occupation, and the qualifications 
required. 

During the past year, July 1 , 1 990 to June 30, 1 991 , 56 persons have received their diplomas 
in apprenticeship and their aptitude certificates rendering them as fellow workers in their field. 

Of that number, 39 have received an international level award, in other words, they have quali- 
fied to work in this province as well as in any other Canadian persons. 

The N.B.C.C. - Bathurst Is pleased to present these persons: 



BRICKLAYER 

Laurie Joseph Robichaud 

MOTOR VEHICLE BODY (PAINTER) 
Kevin Q.J. Carey 

MOTOR VEHICLE BODY (REPAIRER 
* PAINTER) 

Ronald Frenette 

BARBER 



God*n 



OOOK 

ManVTheftoe Breau 
Rosaline Robichaud 
Rosalie Roy, 

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN 
Daniel Joseph Daigle 

MACHINIST 
Derek J. Afcott 
Floyd Smith 

HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHAMC 
Bruno Aube 



MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANIC (STEER- 
ING, SUSPENSION AND BRAKES) 

Roger R. Doucet 

MOTOR VECHICLE MECHAMC (TRUCK 
AND TRANSPORT) 

Serge Basque 
Paul Btanohard 
Robert Friotet 
Won Denis Lanteione 

MOTOR VEHICLE MECHAMC 
Elgin 0. Eddy 

Rodney Hussey 



Steven Coins 
DanM.Daigle 
Andre Paul Frenettt 
Samuel Had* 
Edouard Robfchaud 
Roger Roy 



STATIONARY ENGINEER (4lh CLASS) 
Jean-Claude Frenette 

REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITION- 
ING MECHANIC 
Jerry D. McLean 

STATIONARY ENGINEER (2th CLASS) 
Mfchel Fournwr 
Allan VenkX 

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC 
Allan Betangar 
Gerard Duguay 
Denis Hache 
Edmond Lamoureux 
Sydney Lavigne 
Leva Legacy 
Steven LeBreton 



INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENT 
MECHANIC 

Brent Lance Knowtes 



OPERATING LINEMAN 
Robert Clement 



PLUMBER 

Bruno Godin 



WELDER 

Denis Gionet 

James Desylva 

Gildor Landry 

Jocephst Lanteigne 

Andre Losier 

Lloyd McLaughlin 

Serge Paulin 

Stephen Edmond Sherrard 

GarfieU SpurraM 



SHEET METAL WORKER 

Lionel Pitre 



STEAMFrrTER-PPEFlTTER 

Conrad Boudreau 
Frederick Joseph Lavigne 
Hazen McCrea 
Darnel Robichaud 
Lester Soon 



VMU Jit Brunswick 





GORDON 

KENNY 



As the Liberal Candidates for nomi- 
nation to represent the City of Bath- 
urst, I respectfully request your 
support on August 18, 1991. 

I would like to introduce you to some 
of my team. 

Etant Candida! Liberal pour nomina- 
tion pour la Ville de Bathurst, 
j'espere sincerement compter sur 
votre support le 18 Aout 1991. 

C'est avec plaisir que je vous pre- 
sente mon equipe. 



Albert Audet 
Louis Arseneau 
Leah Blackmore 
Eugene Doucet 
Gerald Harris 
Lawrence Jacques 
Glenn Matchett 
Velma Ronalds 
Roe Doucet 
David Roberts 
Marilyn Doucet 
David Chick 
Charles Deschenes 
Dale Keehn 
Jim Mockler 
Rita Lavigne 
Paul Robbins 
Gail Allain 
Sylvia Lavigne 
Adelard Godin 
Doris Kenny 
Jack DeHaitre 
Sharon Nicole 
Johanne Robbins 
John (Buffalo) 
Vienneau 
Alma Cormier 



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CARD OF THANKS 



BGUDREAU- The family of 
the late Felix Boudreau 
would like to express sin- 
cere thanks to Father Ger- 
ald Boudreau, Father 
Lionel Cornea u Thanks to 
Dr. Hennessey, nurses & 
staff of 3rd floor at the 
Chaleur Regional Hospital. 
Thanks to relatives, friends 
& neighbours who were so 
kind, also to the Royal Ca- 
nadian Legion of Petit Ro- 
cher for services. Also to 
those who sent flowers, 
mass cards, sympathy 
cards. & donations to (he 
cancer society Your kind- 
ness will always be remem- 
bered Simone & Family. 

CROWTHER- I would like 
to sincerely lhank Dr. Du- 
gas, Dr. Bartiett, the nurses 
and staff on 3rd floor West 
for their care and kindness 
to mo while a patient there. 
To Rev Alvin Westgale 
and the other clergymen 
who visited me and also to 
friends and relatives for vis- 
its, cards, phone calls, flow- 
ers and treats Many thanks 
to you all. 
Lillian Crowlher 

GODIN- 1 would like to take 
this opportunity to thank Dr. 
Murtny, Nurses A Staff on 
3rd floor of Chaleur Reg- 
ional Hospital for their kind- 
ness and care white I was a 
patient Also Father Losier. 
friends & relatives who vis- 
ited, phoned, sent cards 
etc. Many thanks to all 
Alban Godin 



PHENDERGAST The 
family of the late Leonard 
Prendergast wish to send 
very special thank-you to all 
their friends and relatives 
who have shared their re- 
cent toss and deep sorrow 



IN MEMORIAM 




DUGUAY- In loving mem- 
ory of our mother Mildred 
Duguay. 

"Do Goat; O 7-orrf, lo Ou Good 
and lo Iht VfHxht of Hmf. 
Your memory Is with us 
always with love. Your 
boys. John, Robert, Tho- 
mas a Michael. 




IMOUGH- In loving mem- 
ory of a dear wife, mother 
and gr and-m other . 
VANGY, who left us so 
suddenly on July 16. 1986. 
lleauliful memoria wo<n In 

This a Ike picture wi timbrly 

hoU 

Ditp in our htarlt your mim- 

ory it kept 

To luii iiul chtriih and neiir 



1 lining wife and mother, Inn 
and U*d 
No friend on earth kkt you 

M'B/M 

With Jmnwtlb left unspoken 
You auitkly slipped away. 
When God law you gelling 
tiff* 

And a tun MU not It W 
lie put Hit arms around you 
And whuperrj "Com* lo Mi". 
I unl, keep Your arms around 
kir 

And kitf tier In your can 
Make Uf lor ft the tuffertd 
Ami all Hut nut urn/air. 
God iMotn how much wi miu 
you Mom 

4s m dawiu fin yton today 
It broke our hearts lo Ian you 
Hut one thing mata ui glad 
Thai you chose lo than with ut 
Thote precioui yitn we had. 
Sadly missed and lovingly 
remembered by husband 
Manny, children Joyce, 
Brian, Darlene, Keith, 
grandson Kirk, and new 
grand daughter Unsay 

WANTED TO BUY 

Desire acheter articles de 
bebe, 1 marchelte el 1 sle 
'ge d'auto pour enfant de 
20 Irvres A plus 783 3866 

Wanted to Buy Good work- 
ing used outboard motor, 
1535 HP Call 546-5624 

WANTED TO RENT 

Wanted to rent- Tent Trailer 
or Motor Home from August 
4-11. Call 5465598 

Would like to rent a van or a 
camper van for 2 weeks 
Call 546 4358 



YARD SALES 



3 Family yard sale, Sat. 
July 20th, Rain date Sund. 
July 21st. 620 Ronalds 
Ave. OH Bridge Street. 



4 Family yard sate, Satur- 
day Jury 20th, 8 am to 12 
noon. 665 Potrier Lane. 
Cancel If rain. 



Big Yard Sate, SaL . Jury 20, 
9a.m./1 p.m., Amos Street, 
across from St. Anne 
Centre. Cancelled il rain. 



Sal. & Sund. July 204 21, 
Bam. 580 Hornibrook Crt. 
Off Riverside Dr. Stove, 
washer, dryer, clothes, 
bikes, etc. 



Sportcards (or sale, Satur- 
day July 20th. Big River 
"~ J. Can 548-2468 



Yard Sate- Sat Jury 20th. 2 
miles East of Allardvilte on 
SL Sauveur Road, 9am. 
Cancel If rain 



Yard Sate Saturday July 
20th, 969 Manor Ave. 8am 
-1pm. Cancel if rain. 



Yard Sate- Saturday July 
"Oth, 256 Notre Dame, 
9iim. Cancel If rain. 



Yard Sate- Sat. Jury 20th. 
Bam 815 Yoog hall Dr Rain 
date Sund. July 21. 



GARAGE SALES 



2 Family garage sate, many 
household & children 
Items. Rain or shine. Sat. 
Jury 20th. 9am 4pm Cor- 
ner of Petrie A Sheryl St, 
North Tetagouche. 



GARAGE SALE YoughaU 
Beach, 2276 Queen Eli- 
zabeth Dr., Sat., July 20, 8 
a.m. to 1 2 noon. Household 
goods and books. 



Garage Sale Saturday Jury 
20th, 8 am - 1 pm. '/. mite 
from Chaleur Mad, Mines 
Road Rain or shine. 



Sat July 20tti at 8am. Yel- 
low house across from Big 
River Fire Had A Rec. Cen- 
ter, Big River Road Rain or 
shine. 



BIRTHS 




O Sun Life 

1212 ST. PETER AVE 

(2nd floor Godin'i Electric Building) 

BATHURST 
546-2978 

Congratulations 

Now is the time to tart 
planning for your 
baby's future. 
Call u any- 
time to dis- 
cuss addi- 
tional pro- 
tec t ion , 
savings or 
an educa- 
tion fund. 
H06ICHAUD - Momque I 
Claud* Robichaud. Bathurst, 
June 30, s boy. 
SAULNIER Geoffrey * LoulM 
Saulnier, Riviere du Portage, 
July 2, s girl. 

LAROCQUE Gaetan a Us* 
Larocquo, CoMau Road, July S. 
girl. 

BROWN-RUSSELL - Stepha 
me Brown t Jeff HuswHI. Battv 
unt, July 5, a girl. 
FRENETTE - Daniel t Ann 
Freoerte. Balhort!, July 7, I 
boy. 

WHITE-BOLAHOOO - Gerald 
While 1 Erin Bolahood, Bath 
j'jt, July 6, a boy. 
BOUCHER - Daryl & Charting 
Boucher. Bathurst, July 7 , a girl. 
R08CHAUD - Almida I Ar- 
mand Robichaud. LeCoulel, 
July 7, s boy. 

FOURNIER - Antonio I 
ItabeUe Foumier, Pont LaF- 
rancs, July 6. s boy. 
BISHOP - Terry a Sherry L 
Biihop, Bathurtt, July 6, s girl. 
SAVOIE ROUSSEL - Carol 
Ann Savoe i Pierre Roussel, 
Brantvilto. July 8, girt. 
VAUTOUR - Martha I Yvon 
Vautour. Trudel, July 8. a girl. 
KYLE - Tim Dense Kyle, 
Bathunt. July 8. s girl. 
CHIASSON Roger I Guylaine 
Chiauon. Bat Caraquet. July 
8, s girl. 

THERLAULT - Monis Theriault. 
Pokemouche, July 8, a girl. 
DAIQLE-LANTEklNE - Sorw. 
Daiflle ft Eric Lanteigne, Berei 
fora, July 9, s girt. 
HAGUE - Manor Hache. Pa 
quelville. Jury 11. s boy. 



FLEA MARKET 



Sund. Jury 21st, 10 am 1 
mite past Government Gar- 
age, Miramichi Rd Variety 
of goods Incl: Costume 
jowellry & earings galore. 



SERVICES 



PHASER PEDDLE 

GENERAL CARPENTER 

Interior A exterior. Re- 
pairs & renovations. 
Basements air exchan- 
gers, siding, roofing, pa- 
tios, fencing & painting. 

546-3088 



I do drywall, taping and 
painting. Quality work, rea- 
sonable rates. Free esti- 
mates Call 546 4315 



Residential painting, inter- 
ior & exterior, 8 years ex- 
perience. Very good rates. 
783 3652 ask lor Francois 




LLOYD'S VIDEO 



Professional video produc- 
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Promotions - Video - Video 
Duplication - VMS to VMS - 
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INVITATIONS" POSTERS 
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Porcelain & Fiberglass 

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PERSONALS 



PRAYER 

THROUGH APPLICATION 
lo the Holy Spirt, you who 
totvt all problem*, light all 
reads so that I can an an my 
goal You who gtv me lh 
divine gin to forgive and 
forget m* wil (gain* and thai 
In it Intlanco ol my III* you 
ra with m*. I want In IN* 
tort prayer lo lhank you lor 
all thing* at you confirm one* 
again that I never want lo be 
MparaMd from you, even and 
In apt* of al malarial Button. 
I wtanto ba *h you In atamal 
glory Thank you tor your 
mercy toward nw and mine 
Tna panon mud lay thla pray 
tor three consecutive day*. 
This prayer mutt be pub 
lanad Immediately alar the 
lavor la granted without man- 
Honing the lavor. Only your 
Initial* shall appear al the 
bottom Thank you. P.P. 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 




FLOWER SHOP ft GARDEN CENTER 

"Where the flowers are charming.... 

And the Price Is nice" 

Weekend 

CLEARANCE SALE 

July 19, 20, 21 only 



2010 CARRON PT. OR. 

(near ThariauTs Qrooartes. East Balhunt) 



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PLACEMENT AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATELY 

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Canada Ltd. 

Licensed 24 hour service, meal preparation, 

laundry, cleaning of rooms and more. Friendly, 

bilingual staff in a home atmosphere, write: 

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Bathurst, N. B. 

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Walks Windows Cement Work 

Driveways Debris left by the winter snow 

Lawn mowing 

House Painting (interior & exterior), etc. 
Garbage pick up Driveway Swept 

Leaves raked & bagged 
First lawn mowing included 

rteg size lawn $35 - Medium $55 - Large - negotiable 

For more information or appointment 
Call the Handyman 548-0002 



SERVICES 



HEALTHY HABITS 

3 .ire lor.itod ,it the Bathurst f .' 

asses. All classes low impact. Certified Instn 

. 1st Wer>k Free. 

( i V-89101 



SERVICES S.V. SERVICES 

Window Cleaning Chimney Cleaning 

Tree Trimming Lawn Cutting 

Property Cleaning Pool Servicing 

CALL BEFORE JULY 30 AND PAY ONLY 
$55. plus tax For inground winterizing 
$35. plus tax For outground winterizing 

FOR FREE ESTIMATES ASK FOR STEVE 

546-3699 




enfennial 
renovations ltd. 



Please look over your 
ad the first week it 
appears making sure it 
reads as you requested, 
as Ms newspaper can- 
not be responsible for 
more than one inser- 
tion. Thank You 



FREE ESTIMATES 

Specializing in Home Improvements 

Siding Patios Drywall 

Roofing Fences Cabinets 

SPECIAL SUMMER 

'91 price on a 60'x14' 

MINI HOME 
You decide on the floor plan 

DELIVERED & SET UP $31,298.60 
plus taxes 

546-5118 



GAS TANK REPAIR 




BENNETT'S 



We tentoe H mod*, mrtua and etna of tanks (or 
een and tnx*a ALL TANKS ARC REPAKCO AND 
COATED AT THE SHOP ON ROUQH WATERS OR. 
SAME DAY SERVICE. UFETME GUARANTEE 
NEW 4 COATED TANKS. WE ALSO DO OIL PANS 



FREE 

ESTIMATES 



546-6280 



so-u. 



LANDRY CONSTRUCTION 

SPECIALIZING IN: 

ROOFING SIDING 

PATIOS & DECKS -RENOVATIONS 

Free Estimates 

can CLAUDE 546-1682 



BRAD JENKS 

Backhoe Services 

Excavating 

Water & sewage hook-ups 
Septic lank installation 



DISC 
JOCKEY 

Wide variety of 
music to satisfy all 
tastes. 

Phone 548-51 05 
or 546-5250 



oq 

M) 



BATHURST BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



LOOKING FOR SERVICE? LOOK NO FURTHER 
THAN TO THESE LOCAL BUSINESSES SERVING 
BATHURST AND THE CHALEUR REGION. 




BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 

350 PEOPLE 

SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES 

WHEN THE OCCASION DEMANDS THE IEST 



548-3858 



PLAZA 

LAUNDROMAT 



LTD. 



OPEN 7 DAYS/WK 8-10 PM 



CONVENIENT LOCATION 
FREE PARKING 
FRIENDLY STAFF 
CLEAN FACILITIES 



670 ST. PETER AVE. 

546-4180 




Marcel Godin 



CONGRATULATIONS 

BATHURST 

ON YOUR 

25TH ANNIVERSARY 

AS A CITY 

FROM THE FOLKS 

AT., 



KT*" ELECTROLUX 
kfe^ CANADA 

Qerard Lizotte 

Mina^cr , Gcrlnl 

OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE 

FOR DEALERS: 

CALL US: 

546-4429 

6*0 St. Peter Ave. Bathurtl. h 



The Gallion Restaurant 



PROUD TO BE A 
PART OF THE 

BATHURST 
BUSINESS COMMUNITY 





APPLE 

AutoGlass 



WINDSHIELDS 

COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL - RESIDENTIAL 



A 
9 14 



a*ttr Gl*ee 



(D(f).(D(D(D(e) 

1 100 i rrriM ivi UTMUMT 



SupcrmaH 

Super Value 
Super Stores 



700 St. Peter Ave. 



BATHURST 



AUTO PARTS & 
MACHINE SHOP 



AUTO PARTS 
PAINT SUPPLIES 
REBUILT ENGINES 



MON.-FRI. _ e am. - 6 p.m. 
SAT. 9 am. - 1 p.m. 



548-4505 




BATHURST 
MARINA 

INC. 
A ROCK N' ROLL 

V WEEKEND 
July 19th to 21 st 
I LIVE BANDS I 
NIGHTLY & WEEKEND PASSES 

548-4423 

EVERYONE IS WELCOME 




St. Hubert 
Bar-B-Q 

FULLY LICENCED DINING ROOM 

TAKE-OUT SERVICE 

548-4413 



KENT AND WHITE 

MUKANCI HIM) LTD 




POMrr !>*0*UIONALMKVtCf 

OH Mto eiMto fc 



548-8994 



Jamieson's 



4 locations 
to serve you! 




F 4H* ER SHOP * GARDEN CENTER 
Where the dowers are charming... 

the delivery Is tree 
And ttw price Is me*.' 

OPEN 9 TO 5 - MON. to SAT 
2010 CARRON PT. OR 

Thenaulfi Groceries, EMI BathunQ 

548-2173 



VIP INVITATION 

BATHURST BOWLARAMA LTD. 

2020 stFMer An 
Hithum. N B 

546-2020 

BOWL ONE STRING 
GET ONE FREE 

ONE PER PERSON PER DAY 
PUBLIC BOWLING ONLY 






SERVICES 




CAMERON 
CONSTRUCTION 

RENOVATIONS & NEW CONSTRUCTION 

Roofing Painting Patio Decks 
Kitchen Cabinets Minor Landscaping 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 
Don Cameron 546-6201 or 548-8374 




ccor 



Venetian Blinds 

Vertical Blinds 

Canvas-Shades 

FREE 
ESTIMATES 

FINANCING AVAILABLE 



Tremblay Rd 
Petit Rocher 

783-2547 



TRAILERS FOR SALE 



1976 Bellevue Hard Top 
Tent Traitor, sleeps 0. of- 
fered at very good price 
Information: 540-6431 
after 5 p.m. 



1079 Lionel -Eastwind- 
hardtop lent trailer, smal- 
lest six sleeper size. 110 
volt fridge. 2 burner stove, 
good condition. $1.500 , 
telephone 548 9346. 



850 D Bonair hard lop tont 
trailer, 91-92 plate*, cano- 
pie, sleeps 6, 3 burner 
stove, sink. Ice box, fur- 
nace, excellent condition 
$2,500. Call 548-2490 



Do yourself a favor, 
before your next 
buy, check our 
super prices, ser- 
vice and quality. 



FOR SALE 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft. lengths, $65 cord 
4 ft. lengths, $75 cord 

783-4650 
783-4583 



ARTICLES FOR SALE 



18*x45* Conveyor with 3 
deck, vibrating screen, bins 
& grtvel washer, $1,500. 
1-418-794-2749. Eugene 
Boudreau, 576 Nouvelle 
West, Bonaventure. P.O. 



1 960 Better* electric guitar 
with garnet amp $450 ; Ka- 
wasaki traM bike, 350 cc 
engine A many spare parts 
$450.; cassettes. $4. each; 
Archie Richie Rich comic 
itgests, .15c to 55e each, 
548-8115 or 548 2753 



1990 VoneU 14 spd bicy 
cle. worth $500 Asking 
$350. 1990 Sarr* K base 
guitar with amp, worth 
$760. Asking $350. 
783-4412. 



1 propane deep fryer, 
electric deep fryer, double 
pot sink with attachements 
Also other small restaurant 
equlpement Cal 546-6201 
after 6 pm. 

2 New Goodyear All Sea 
on radial tires, slxe 
P195-75R14. standard on 
Dodge ft. Chrysler Mini 
Van 548-1966 between 
5:30 ft 6JO pm. 

7 Piece professional Pearl 
drum set wHh all hardware 
Cal $46-1966 between 
5:30 ft 630 pm. 

2 Sofa beds tor sets, good 
condition. Cat! 546-2778 

6ftoedsrpoe.90eacn~ 
Also 6fl 2x5 $260 each; 
2x4 11.60 each Call 
542-1201. 



Clothes washer, 
snowbtower in, eJumi 
nurp ladder. IBM typewriter. 
podl tabWTTjQiiftV rifle 
(Mfe-22 Cal.) S46076 

Ensemble complet 
cham br e 4 ooucher. style 
provincial hancais, H 30* a 
baldaquin, couvre lit 4 n 
deau Indus, vaJeur $2.700. . 
pour $1,600. 726-6661. 



EqukefMfTMAt pour 

glace ( Yougourt glace) a 
vendre. Tres ban prix Dairy 
Bar equipement for sets at 
a good price. Call 
1 396-2118. 



FIREWOOD 

FOR SALE 



r 

$66. por 

783-7076 



RREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

All Hardwood 
8' length, 16' or 2' 

548-3958 



Wedding dress with hat * 
veil, off white, size 12, was 
S50 Asking $450. Never 
Cl 548-6309 



PETS FOB SALE 

4 Year old Golden Lab 
(neutered) to give away to a 
good home (toves child- 
ren). CeJI 648-8167. 

AUTO PARTS FOR SALE 

I860 Plymouth Horizon, 
auto, for parts. New trans 
Also 390 Ford motor for 
sals. Cafl 648-4279. 

EQUPMEKT FOR SALE 

For sale, MTD lawn tractor, 
12 h.p. with mower. Call 
783-3464 attar 8 p m 

SNOWMOBILES FOR SALE 

1901 Safari Scout Skl-Doo 
for sale with accessories 
Cal 648-8437. 



BOATS FOR SALE 

1 en Grew, deep V, 148 h.p 
Evkwude, am/fm cassette, 
fish finder, sklls. tubs, etc. 
Ful convertible top, moor- 
Ing cover, custom trailer. 
Very last. Excellent oorxft- 
lion. $7,500 obo. 
783-7300. 

19 ttboaiwift trailer, 40 hp 
Johnson motor. Many new 
extras. Si. 600. OBO. Cal 
783-8911 or 542-2877 





ARTICLES FOR SALE 

Peavey studio fro ou guitar 
amplifier, a hardshell guitar 
case and also one Mako 
Bass guitar Can 546-3705 
ask for Chris. 



-Ports 32 -, -table de Ping 
Pong, -bicycle de fllto 16 , 
-pompe % HP. 783-7370. 



Sofa bed for sale. Call 
783-3921 alter 5 p.m. 



Stereo tor Sale. Receiver 
7220 PE Nad Cassett deck 
6340 Nad. Dolby B-C NR 
HX PRO. C-D player 5340 
Nad with remote. Speaker 
B W 550 with stand. 
$2,000. neg. 783-7038. 



FOR SALE 

Eleven tickets to 
BOSTON/RED SOX 

BALL GAME 
at the Skydome 

August 12 
Only $15. each 

Call 
546-9240 



1077 Bonair 1000, cost 
$1,000. firm. Included 
add s room. 

546-6843 

after 5 p.m. 



MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE 



1962 Honda CX 500. Price 
$1,200 Call 546-3637 



1982 - 185 Honda XL. For 
Informstion please call 
548-8128. 



1963 Gold Wing Interstate 
GL1100, call after 5 p.m. 
5483386. 



1965 Honda XL 250 
SUeet/dirt bike Very good 
condition. Cal 546-2073 



For Sale- 1 Bureau with 
mirror. 1 night table. 39' 
bed 1 matt/ess Good con- 
dleon. $50. Cal 548-2553. 

For sate- Nintendo, wicker 
chair a. shelving, Akal ste- 
reo. Call 546-8218 or 
548-9603. 



FURNITURE 

and 
APPLIANCES 

SALE 

Call 546-2188 
After 5:00 p.m. 



House furniture for sale, all 
kinds. Cal 548-8299 



KINGSTON 

FiRFwnnn . 

CutBm t pit wood, cut I 

spit. 18. 18, 20 * 24 inch 

length. All bMch i mspt*. 

547-6108 or 

1-622-0765 



Large whAe deep freeze 18 
cu. ft tor sale $250. Cal 
548-8167. 



Light weight slice in 8 ft 
camper for ful size 'A ton 
truck. $1,600. OBO. 

Fiberglass cap lor X ton 8 
R box $250. OBO. Call 
548-3829 



Office secy's desk $100. 
Sofa bed $75. Chrome 
table a chairs $50. for 
camp 20' color TV & stand 
$125. 546-4855. 



One Canon faxphone 25, 
like new. paid $2,716.75. 
Win sen tor $1,500 1 Hita- 
chi Oscilloscope 60 MHZ 
Model V 600 1 Signal 
generator/counter, asking 
it .500. for botv WN set or 
trade any of the above Call 
anytime at 783-8182 leave 
your name ft phone num- 
ber _on answering machine 



dress A vel (9- 10) 
$100. Parquet hardwood 
flooring tiles for room 
13x12, glue kid $425. Ex- 
ercise bike $30. 546-5306. 



Put H In 

Ths Classifieds 

546-4491 



LEASING 



AUTO 

LEASING 

Ful line of new Chrysler 
products Immediate deliv- 
ery on most models. Lease 
can be tailored to suit your 
individual needs. Quota- 
tions given on request 

PHONE OR VISIT 

BAYSIDE 

CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 
9L Ptltf AM. Ph. 546-6606 



FOR SALE 

RZ 350 Yamaha 

Motorcycle 
Good buy it able 

to work on it. 
Call for any offer 

546-2369 



TRUCKS FOR SALE 



1078 One ton CMC dump 
truck, ideal lor renovation 
work, etc Call 783-8260 or 
783-7442. 



1962 Chav. VI ton with cap 
Good condition $4.200 
Cal 546-3278. 



1082 Dodge Ram. 4x4 
Subursn. Asking price 
$3,000. Cal 546-2575 



1087 Ford 4x4 'A ton 

F 150 4 New tires, box 
Iner, new Kenwood stereo 
system. $7,900. K44-1590 



1989 Mazda B220O. Cab 
Plus, auto. PS. PB. box 
liner, slider, warranty, 
42,000 km. Asking $9.000 
Cal 546-1284. 



3 Ton truck for sale, good 
shape, good price Call 
783-3772. 



AUTOS FOR SALE 



1969 Ohevette 88; 960, 
now paint. Good condition. 
Call 546-2677. 



1979 Newport Chrysler, 
only 60.000KM, very good 
cond. $700. 1132 Prmci 
pale, Beresford 546 6393 



1981 . 2 door Buick Skylark, 
call 546-2960 for mors 

information 



1982 Pontlac Acadian 
New paint job, am/fm cas- 
sette. $900. on the road. 
546-4890 



1983 Honda Accord 
$1,800. Call 546-8603 



1983 Pontlac 6000 LE, 
good condition. Asking 
price $2.300. Call 
546-9396 after 5 p.m. 



1964 Chev Cavalier. 4 cyl , 
4 dr.. good cond $2.100 
1977 Chev Vt ton. 306 
auto . PS, PB, fiberglass 
cap. $1.050. 546-9577 



1984 Dodge Horizon, 4 
doors, excellent shape 
$2.295 Call 548-2553. 



1 986 Nissan 200 SX. auto.. 
78.000KM. excellent cond., 
fully loaded. $7,400. Auto, 
sunroof 546-2288. 



1987 Hyundai Pony, one 
owner, lady driven, 16OOcc, 
Sspd, am/fm cassette, 
59.000KM Asking $3,300 
Cal 546-5334. 



1987 Pontlac Bonnevllle, 
sxcesent condition 59,000 
km. Grey with black trim 
$9.000. neg. 546-9466. 



1966 Grand Caravan LE, 

loaded, excellent condition 
Cal 546-2073. 



1968 Mercury Cougar IS, 
fully equipped. Asking 
$13.000. Call 546-2470. 



1989 Ford Tempo, low mi- 
leage, excellent condition. 
Black. 4 drs. 5 spd.. cas- 
sette, air, extended war- 
ranty. Excellent price. Call 

5466253 



Convertible- 1989 Le Ba- 
ron. 2.5 Turbo, many extra 
features Going for under 
$10,000 Call 546 1590 



AUTOS FOR SALE 




SALES 

SERVICE 

BATHURST INTERNATIONAL 



Berestord 



548-4515 





OUTBOARDS 

2.5 to 275 h.p. motors Quick silver marine parts 
& accessories Special prices for commercial 
fishermen Call for prices on-our good selection of 
used engines Sales & Service 



ALY ENTERPRISE LTD 
Clifton 



546-3977 



ARTICLES FOR SALE 




FRENETTE SPORTSCARDS 

CARTES DE SPORTS 

m 

Buying 

* ^ u' 

Selling </-3* 

Sets - Boxes - Packs - Singles - Supplies 

Want lists filled in Baseball & Hockey 

OPC Premier Singles Available 

1 5 years experience in cards 

We specialize in Rookies 
Special this week: 9 Pocket Poly Sheets 1 6c ea. 

Tel. 546-9466 Beresford 
Call us for an appointment 




JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



EDDY> 



-BUILDING ON SERVICE" 



A GROWING MARITIME COMPANY 
CAREER OPPORTUNITY 



WE REQUIRE: 

PLUMBING AND MUNICIPAL ESTIMATOR 

Eddy Wholesale, a leading electrical, 
plumbing, hardware, and industrial whole- 
saler in the Maritimes, requires an aggres- 
sive, highly motivated individual for our 
plumbing and municipal department in 
Bat hurst. 

The successful candidate will be working 
with our contractor and industrial customer 
base in Northern New Brunswick. 

Civil technologist or related experience is 
a definite asset. 

WE OFFER: 

A generous benefit package, competitive 
salary and an opportunity for advancement. 

Serious candidates please send resume 
in confidence to: 

Mr. Hugh Campbell 

Regional Manager 

Eddy Group Limited 

P. O. Box 146 

Bathurst, N. B. 
E2A 4A1 



EDDY GROUP LIMITED 




CITY OF BATHURST 
YILLE DE BATHURST 



NOTICE 

Applications are invited for the position of: 

PARKS, RECREATION AND 
TOURISM SUPERVISOR 

The Incumbent will be responsible for the 
development, supervision, and direction of all 
departmental programs. 

Key responsibilities include planning, organiz- 
ing, and directing subordinate part-time program 
staff, including summer staff and specialized in- 
structors in the performance of their duties; sche- 
duling all programs and necessary work activities; 
supervision of full-time staff, directing staff in 
planning, developing and operating public recrea- 
tion programs for all citizens and performing duties 
as back-up to the General Foreman - Parks & 
Recreation and/or Director when there is an 
absence for vacations, leave for training, etc. 

Minimum qualifications include a university de- 
gree in Recreation or a related field, plus three (3) 
years of related experience. Experience in Facility 
Management, programs, tourism and working with 
boards and commissions is an asset Competence 
in both official languages (English/French) is re- 
quired. 

Salary Range: $34,437 - $41,324 

Resumes should be forwarded not later than 
Friday. August 16. 1991 to: 

Mr. Tracy Branch 

Director of Human Resources 

City of Bathurst 

P. O. Box 116 

Bathurst, N. B. 

E2A 3Z1 



heath steele 



Heath Steele Mines located 25 miles north of 
Newcastle, N. B. has an opening for a Journey- 
man Industrial Mechanic with a class 4 
Stationary Engineer license. 

Heath Steele offers competitive wages, an 
Employee Profit Sharing Plan, a comprehensive 
Benefits Package and a positive work environ- 
ment. 

Inquiries should be made in confidence to: 

WiH Robchaud 

P. O. Box 400 

Newcastle, N. B. 

E1V 3M5 

Fax: 506-622-6576 



WANTED 

Bilingual Hairdresser or Barber 
Apply in person at: 

MAGIC CUTS 

1300 St. Peter Ave. 

Bathurst, N. B. 

548-9634 
ask for Sandy 



CAMPERS FOR SALE 



1 968 Bus Camper for sale 
Call 546-3081. 

1978 Chevy Van Camper, 
raised top, recendy con- 
verted Vehicle In A-1 con- 
dition. Cal 54*5345 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



barn txtra $$$. Full or part 
time selling lingerie, $25 
sign up fee, free kit Call 
Rose at 540-4382 after 5 
pm. 

Seeking Employment- Ma- 
ture man, Hscensed plum- 
ber, pipe fitter, propane gas 
installer, supervisory ex- 
perience. 27 years in the 
trad* 546-8896. 



Undercover Wear Lingerie 
has openings now. Excel- 
lent pay. Flexible hours, no 
inventory investment Call 
Carol Stokes. 1-7383554 



Avon 



16 and over 

women or men 

Sell with or without 

a territory 
Sign up fee $17.00 

Free kit 
If interested 

Call 783-7110 



TENDERS 



SALE BY TENDER 
CHURCH PROPERTY 

St. GabrM's Mission Church in 
Mtchd S*n*rrwnt. N B 
A- Alt wood structure-in very 
good condition. Church Is built 
stout 100 ft from road. Dnve 
ways on both sidss of church 
with a good parking area. 
B- Area of land- appro*. 3H 
acrt Dirrwniioni 380 It facing 
Maenad Road. 400 ft depth of 
lot Partially ctowcd-batanca 
woods. 

C- Tenders will be reviewed by 
our Church Committee' and 
their decision will be final. The 
lowest tender might not be the 
Tender chosen. 
D- All Tenders must be re- 
ceived by the Committee. Clos- 
ing date, August I5tfi. 1991. 
Tenders sent to: 

CHURCH COMMITTEE 

GO CHAIRMAN Beit G A SMITH 
P.O. Box 19 
Jacquet River, N.B. 
EOB 1TO 



MISCELLANEOUS 



NORTHERN LIGHT 
CLASSIFIEDS 

are a great way to 

BUY, SELL OR RENT 

CALL 546-4491 



WANTED 

IMMEDIATELY 

ASSISTANT 

to help pharmacist 
in prescription lab 

Pharmacy computer 
experienced personnel only 

Bilingual a must 

Salary & benefits negotiable 

Call 

546-6666 

for appointment 
Darrill Arseneault 



SALES REPRESENTATIVE 

servicing drug A grocery 
tattve to cover the North 



Merita 



trade require* sales repr 

Shore Preferably working out of Bathurst 

We provide competitive remuneration es well as 
company vehicle & benefits package Reply in confi- 
dence to: 

Box -HHH- 

c/o The Northern Light 

P. O. Box 416 

Bathurst, N. B. 

E2A 3Z3 



Workers 

Compensation 

Board 




Commission 
des accidents 
du travail 



SENIOR STENOGRAPHER 

CLAIMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT 

The Workers' Compensation Board is now accepting 
application* for the position of Senior Stenographer at the 
Saint John Office. 

Under the direction of the Director of Claims Manage- 
ment Services, the successful candidate will organize and 
direct the activities of the departmental stenographers and 
perform secretarial duties for the Director and Assistant 
Director. 

The successful candidate must have completed High 
School graduation, supplemented by a commercial 
course with typing, shorthand and dictaphone The ability 
to transcribe and type from oral dictation end/or dicta- 
phone accurately at an acceptable rate of speed is 
necessary Experience as a supervisor would be an asset 
Must be able to type accurately at a rate of 50 wpm. Oral 
interaction, reading and writing skills both in French and in 
English are essential. 

The annual salary range for this position is $25,371 to 
$30.010 with a complete benefit program available. 

Equal opportunity employer. 

Letters of application along with a resume must be 
received in our office no later than July 26. 1991 
addressed to: 

Personnel Officer 
Workers' Compensation Board 

P. O. Box 160 

Saint John. N B. 

E2L 3X9 



SORBIE ATLANTIC 

Maritime base health & beauty supply company, 
is presently accepting applications for a techni- 
cal sales representative. Person must be biling- 
ual, own reliable car and knowledgeable of the 
industry. Complete training will follow. Apply in 
writing to: 

Sorbie Atlantic 

203 St. George Street 

Moncton, N. B. 

E1C 1V6 



BUYING! SELLING! RENTING! 

CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS 
CALL THE NORTHERN LIGHT 546-4491 



The Northern Light, Wed.. July 17. 1991 9 A 
TENDERS 

BATHURST REGIONAL 

AIRPORT COMMISSION INC. 

R.R. # 2, BOX 365 

BATHURST, N. B. 

E2A 3Y6 

TENDER CALL 
AIRPORT 7-91 

AIRPORT FENCING. BATHURST REGIONAL AIRPORT 

Sealed Tenders will be accepted until 3 00 p.m., Tuesday, 
Jury 23. 1991 in the bid box located in the Airport 
Manager's office in the Air Terminal Building 
Bidders are responsible to ensure the bids are deposited 
by this time. Bids r . atved after the specified time shall not 
be considered. The only tenders that shall be considered 
will be those in the special envelope provided by the 
Commission. These forms may be obtained by writing to 
the Bathurst Regional Airport Commission, R.R. * 2, Box 
365, Bathurst, N B . E2A 3Y6, An: Alyre Boudreau 
Airport Manager or by calling (506) 546-5206 
All enquiries about Airport 7-91 shall be made to Alyre 
Boudreau at the above address and/or phone number 
A certified cheque or bid bond to the amount of ten percent 
(10%) of the bid MUST ACCOMPANY each Tender bid 
Failure to do so will disqualify bid 

The Bathurst Regional Airport Commission does not 
commit itself to accept either the lowest or any of the 
Tenders received, nor to, incur any obligation or costs of 
any sort to (he Tenderers 



CAREERS 



MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE 
CAREER OPPORTUNITY 

Currently expanding, national corporation seek- 
ing career oriented individuals to fill positions in 
growth divisions of our companies. 

Experience or degree pre r red, but not 
mandatory. 

Reliable transportation required. 

Entry level and mid-management position 
available. 

Extensive travel 11 months yearly. 

Great wage structure with expenses. 

Send resume to: 

P. O. Box 5000 

Brantford, Ontario 

N3T 6H6 

An Joanne 




LET 

CAREER CANADA 

LEAD YOU INTO 

THE 90'S 



Specialists in Health Related Diploma 
Programs 

DENTAL CHAIRS1DE ASSISTANT 
MEDICAL OFRCE LAB ASSISTANT 
MEDICAL DENTAL RECEPTIONIST 

ELECTROCARDtOGRAPHY TECHNICIAN 
TRAVEL CAREERS (Reservec on site) 
HOTEL OPERATIONS & MGMT. 



Day Classes / Night Classes 




C4REER GIWC^ 

1-800-565-6574 

2315 Riverside Drive, Ottawa 
Hamilton OTTAWA 
2826 C19 



LEGAL NOTICES 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK 
LIQUOR CONTROL ACT 

Public notice is hereby given that V. Chamber- 
lain & Sons Ltd. intends to apply to the Liquor 
Licensing Board for a Lounge License for the 
following described premises: 

CHALEUR BEVERAGE ROOM 
147 Main 1 Street 
Bathurst, N. B. 

Use to be made of the premises: 
Activity which will be carried out in the premises 
includes bands, disc jockey, video & billiard amuse- 
ments. 

Objections to this application should be made 
forthwith to the Liquor Licensing Board, P. O. Box 
20264, Fredericton. New Brunswick, E3B 5V3 



BIRTHDAY WISHES 



LORDY, LORDY! 

Look who's 

40! 




HAPPY BIRTHDAY 
Ina Ftiye 
July 17th 



NIFTY, NIFTY 

Look who's 50 




HAPPY BIRTHDAY 
B.K. 



Reach someone with a 
CLASSIFIED AD 

Call 546-4491. 




HAPPY BIRTHDAY 

Barbara Aubte 

Through the eyes of a child 

Simple Jatth A tender love radiate 

Happy Birthday to a wonderful w\fe and mother. 

We hope you r niij enfoy your special day. FrL, July 1 9th. 

With much love 
Harvey, Ertca A Nick 



10A The Northern Light. Wed.. July 17, 1991 



LEGAL NOTICES 



IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S 
BENCH OF NEW BRUNSWCK 
rniAi DIVISION 

JUOtCIAl JISTHCr OF BATHUHST 
CAOSE NO B/WSM1 

HO8ICHMJD OOCNN WILLIAMSON. 

nCRIAUJ a JOHNSTONE 

BanMeral Sofcaora 

P O Bin 747 

Douglas AMKW 

Mm*. N B. 

1 2A 321 (MMS?t) 
N THE MATTER of the Quieting at 
TIM Ad. Mru Chape* O-4 ol 
th fWvmO StaiutM of Mm 
drunaetti. ISTS.aaZTOamerxkKl 
MdMMWSftalftalasafGatal 
ol MM Brunei***.. 
N I ME MATTER ol tw Apple* 
ton ol ALVERA MINI Mf LAN 
SON. ol the Cky ol BetnunM. In the 
County ol Qlouoealer mi Pr 
vwce ol N> Brunei**,. tor a 
Ceorlicile Ol Til* In reaped ol 
certain bnd> tkuaM, tying. w J 



County ol Qkmoeelar end Pro- 

*iceo< Nw/ Brunen**, 
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, 

PU8UC NOIKE 

UNDER TMCOUETMO 

Of TITLE* ACT 

(FORM TIB) 

ALVERA NNI UELANSON Ml 
make an appfcaSon Mora fte Coon 
Bathuret. N. B.. on th 1 ah day ol 
Auouet. IMI. 1:16 o'dock to) 
oeniteaM inal the k the owner ol 
land located C*y of aetwet, In 
in* County ol Oaxjcealer. Provlnoa 
o< New Bruntwk*. in* legal daacrlp- 
tton ol when land la eat ou In 
Schedule -AV 

I any ptnon oMrm an Marasl to 
KX*I land. or my put thereof. he 
muet mi ill M ih hearing of tha 
ppScarion tfie pleoo and ttme 
MMd. otter In penon or by a NOT) 
Brunewk* lawyer acting on hfc be- 
Sat 

Any panonwnolnlenda to appear 
w heerkig ol the apptoatton and 
WIN to preaanl evidence to *v 
pon hhpoaMon muet. no Mw than 
the Mi day of AugueL 1991. 

a) Me a it element ol advene 
culm. verified by affidavit. 
together tn a copy ol any do- 
cumtntary evidence, i the onto 
ol the O*k ol If* Judicial Deci 
ol BeJhorel at the add'u ehown 
below. and 

b) MTV* a copy thereof on ih 
appScarl* lawyer. Brant 0. Ther- 



AU ANO SINGULAR that cenalo 
tat. piece or panel of land aluale. 
tying and being In the Cty of Batv 
ureL County of Qlouoesler end Pro- 
vtro of New Brunswick, being mora 
I particularly dsaotjed as tokowe: 

BEOMNMO al a Steal survey 
marker set at he poM of Mereecton 
of tha southerly boundary of Lavtgna 
Street and Ins nnrtheaellrt) corner 
of lands of Maurice Lavlgne: ihenos 
IDT 06' 15' toamtng the southerly 
boundary of Lavlgne Street a " 
tanoe of 22JS4 mat art lo a eleel 
survey marker set al the nonhwes 
My corner of lands of Thome* 
L avigne. thence isr 17 or tokow 
Ing the weeterly boundary ol Thomas 
Lavtgnee distance of It. MS meters 
to a point; thence tlf ST 45 
following the southerly boundary d 
lands ol Thomas Lavlgna s distance 
of 5 06 maters io e aleel eurvey 
merker; Ihenoe 2IS* 47 4V foiow- 
Ing the weeterty boundary ot lands ol 
WSan) David a dlalanoa at 1S.741 
mnin to a steal eurvey marker 
thence 207' a 10- conUnung along 
the waiter* boundary of Wllard 
DavM I7SSO mekara H a sMe> 
eurvey marker; ftanoe 28T ST SIT 
distance ol 2S.OW meters to a eleel 
survey maAar , ftenoo 2T ST 48* 
dlsianoe of M4SS mean le a I 
survey marker set al thssoutieae 
tarty comer of lends ol Maurice 
Lavlgne; thence 1 r 49 lo* Meaan) 
the iselsn\ boundary at lends af 
Maurice Lavlgne a dlsianoe o 
2 OSS meters to the poM al the 

pilM 01 b*P"Ywaj 

ALL AS SHOWN on BuMng Lo- 
cafen Survey of pramaes to be 
ecquted by Ooneld Uearaon pre- 
pared by AMn N. DouoeL N B L S 
June 27. 1966. Job No 



The GWm ol any panon wno doaa 
not ft* and MTV* an adwnx 6m 

MI b* band and fh* Ida ol th* 
pplcant w baoorra abMU*, In* 
ol DM anaptton* o qmWoaltona *) 
forth ki S.1K1)(C)I) ol B QuMng 
ol THa* Ad. R S.N B 1973 c.O-4 but 
tufer*ct iorh*OToaptlom or aurittav 
torn aai torth m S 1dKK>() ol 
ih. OuMmg of TM AOL 
AdvwM cMrnanla an arMHd that 

a) thy af*ntM*d to hau* docu- 
manai andpraaantovldafloalnth* 
pnxMdlng In Engfath or Ffnah Of 
both; 

b) th* apptomt Mandilo prooOTd 
in th* Engtti languaga; and 

c) I advM* datmanta rju* * 



haartip *<*y mwM ao aoVt** *w 

otok tarn rj hb advara* oWm. 

THIS NOTICE htlgnad and u*- 

M for th* Court ol Ouaanl 8* 

by QRCQORE BOUOREAU. Ctak 

ol Court at annum. N. B.. on th* 

m day ol Jury. 1991 

QREQOE BOUOflCAU 

CLERK OF THE COORT 

OF QUEEN* BENCH 

OF NEW BRUNSWICK 

JUOCIAL OISTRCT 

OF BATHURST 

2M PaMokSMat 

P. 0. Bo. B001 

Bathum. N B.. E2A *2f 

SCMEDUU ' A" 



LEGAL NOTICES 



paraon a by a N* SrunauM kwyar 
actng on Ma bafiat 

Any pKion ho Mand* 
tw haarlng ol In 

B pw**nl Mdano* to 



BEING and Wended to be (he 



(ma land* and 



to Alvera NM by JO. TouoMe 



Ud. by daad datad Jun* 
9. 1917 and ragMaradkitncoMoaol 

th. R^Wrar ol Dd* tor Qtouo. 
lar County on th* 4th day ol Jufy 
AD . 1991, NumtMT 227013 in 
Vofum* 14M at Pag* 330. 



M THE COURT OF QUEEN'S 

BENCH OF NEW BRUNSWCK 

TRIAL DrVfSDN 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF lATHURST 

BETWEEN: 
M THE MATTER of ft* OMng of 
Tin* Act. botag Chaptar 0-4 of Itia 



1(73. 




rNTHE MATTER of 9*pkaM of 
J.Q. INVESTMENTS 

LTD /INVESTI8SEMENTS JQ 



LTEE. a body aitaan, Doing > 
tiaad otJoa la To** 1 lnaW 

m Da Counk of OIIUHIOTI and 
PW*O* of Nw Bwnal*. toe a 

fc| 

balng at BaraaM. hi to COM*; ol 
ant Provlne* of Nnr 



UNOW TNI OUSTTMB 

arinus ACT 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 
J.Q. INVESTMENTS 

LTD^NVESTISSEMENTB JQ LTEE. 
of BtMtMt la ODIM> <f OIMM- 



mate afptatai batwa M* Caun at 
Bamm NHH SaiaaalBli on M tax 
day of AuguatAO. 1991. j >30 

tM to Sw Mar at kwd kaM la 
BaaHloNl la tMCawav of QtouoaaMr 
and POK. ol NM Bma^aX IK* 
tagal dno^to* of Nok knd li tat out 
m IrtllMl -A' 

I wkf PIMM ofeMV w MWI in 
Mil land, or y pan tanol ha nuat 
SMBfStti 



NOTICES 




AVIS PUBLIC 

AUX RESIDENTS DE 
LA VILLE DE BERESFORD 

La reunion ordinaire du Conseil de Ville de Beres- 
lord prevue pour le lundi 22 juillet 1991 
annu I6e. La prochaine reunion ordinaire aura lieu le 
lundi. 12 aout 1991 k 19H30. 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

TO THE RESIDENTS OF 
THE TOWN OF BERESFORD 

The regular meeting of the Beresford Town Council 
scheduled for Monday, July 22, 1991 has been 
cancelled. Tha next regular meeting will be held on 
12. 1991 



Monday, August 



at 730 p.m. 



CORRECTION NOTICE 




In the Woolco "Living In Style & Comfort- Home 
Fashion fryer, dated Jury 12 the following errors 
took place: 

On Page 8. the sofa beds for $399 and $599 have 
been transposed. Also on page 7. middle, right 
hand set. the copy reads: $1 00 off loveseat, sofa & 
wing chair; copy should read: $100 off loveseat & 
sofa. Wing chair is not included. 

Sorry for any Inconvenience this may have 
caused. 



NOTICE TO 

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS 

School District 42 has available for disposal 
an inventory of equipment and furniture no 
longer useful to schools. Included are 
chairs, desks, photocopy machines, type- 
writers, sewing machines, calculators, 
stoves and a variety of other items. Some 
items are in working order, others are 
damaged or worn. 

Organizations wishing to avail themselves 
of any of these items may view same at 
Bathurst High School in the former BHS 
pool area on Tuesday, July 23, 1 991 , from 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Procedures to follow to obtain any items will 
be provided. Additional information is avail- 
able from Mr. Cletus Lavigne at 547-2777. 

EMERY QOGUEN 
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



IN poetton nun no letor tian tie 1 2ti 
day Of AuguM. INI. 
*> t I euaernM of 

vaM* 
copf of any eoomMary onkMnoo. ki 
*w oKot of tw Cleft of DM JuoWel 
DkMd of Befwel el *w 



b| ssrrs s copy Nreal on tke spplc- 

ennkwyer. DANtLJ FHENETTE 

1212 SL Pett Avenue. Suts 2W 

BeUwel Near Srurawk*.. E2A M3 

The oalm of aa) parson wko fee* not 

Ms ant serve en sdreree oWrti aw be 

bened snd tke IS>olSa> eppicMs eel 

bacons abeosjex aafect or*/ to Ike 



toned la aaaotaa tft(l) of * Quiet 
Ing of THaa Act 



proceadrig m EngWt or Francri or 
00*. 

b) tie ajpfceM kikmda to proceed m 
ffw EngWi kn^uegi. and 

c) an afceiee oMaen mho reeJrea 
Sie aaMoM of an taMoprakv a SM 

I muet aMae tia CkHk 



TMS 

tor *M Court of O i Bench by R 
Qragoke Boueieeu Cbrk of *w Com 
BeSuel Naur laMeJck, on Se 10* 
day of Jut. AA. INI 

CkA at SMJ Cowl of 
of 



R OREGOflE BOUDREAU 
P. O. BM (001 



IMI 



PARCaONE 
AU AND SMOULAR tiet oerMA 

pkna. panel or M of M etuaax ( 
eedbekigoe Sw o*er% bound, of 
Aoaai Aneiwe and Seeeetart/ bound! 
of llgkeay 134. BueaiGrl PW> of 
Bereahel Count; af Ohunaakw. N. B 
and bung mora partcukwV bounded 



BaMSNQ aawrvaf maker 
S kwjrsrton ot Aceaa Avenue 
llgne^ 1M. saM port having N 8 
Qitd Cicralriatsi at X: 36S67D.3S3 



THENCE Mowing Us northerly bounds 
of Aeaeta Avenue. 241 aearess M 
mmuies 41 seconds a dManoe ot 
SUM tajkea k) I amay 
THENCt totoatai S eeaMy bounds 
af S EAjar AuM pnpeny. KI 
areee 01 aaMe II saBeaSa a 
at >1.SM Majea aujvay 
THENCE following Ike southerly 
bound, or the Cowid - 
en]r.SSa|raaaMi)i 
a slaaeKe at jajweeaae to a away 

eay 114; THENCE ta~ 

wny bounds of Ski 

llgHasi IK 171 aajraaeOl a*mall 

Ms peM erefataoa af BaaMag. 

SAD PROPERTY oonaMng I 
eaaw aasaa rears or km. Al i 
saaa Maei Sisen> OK. 

ALL AS SHOWN w 

IKliiialiitPeaakilBe- 
rsifara; CaM*/ at Qkuiasair, M B 
tiajiiU bf HA Oraat wveys LM 
Sk> S4S3S. *aM tSSI-0-1 



i Plan of Sjrver 



PARCEL TWO 
AU. AM) SMQULAR SM 

atoe. peroel or U of M eftem Mug 
ml katag se S aarSany bounds o 
Ataaa Avewe. Toee. at 
mejti eflia>al.CoMra et Ofaioea- 

Mr, N. s aa) 




W, aaM aaM karfaa fO. Odd CegeS- 

MaW of XAM633 446 HMMi mi*A 




Mona Go* property 3M 

MJS ram M a am* 

THE NC 

mm 




U MM* i aatweadtlfl 7 
Ma aurv 
THENCE 
bouaa*SmiOispi-i;.ns 
00 II* MM U Maxxk a 




41 aaoonfi a dhaMoa of 
MaMa lo JM|r ma*ar. 
THENCE M*l| th. watarlr 
UKta of ft* Una Caaaai propirv. 
170 SarMa IS rrtrUM IS aaooa* a 
t M M7 mm lo a urn* 



THENCE blo*n rha aomharV 

flf flM *<o*wnn*ond Una 
M <igrM 02 fit 
M moa*4 frumi ol 10 Jtt 

IB aWMV MMllaV 

THENCE foSoatng fto iMiHr 
boun* of * Enkjj Boutraou and 
Conod Bourtraau prcparlM. 171 da- 
graa* OlnmrM IS woonda a dhttnco 
ct 3SJ41 MOM* lo I tuiwy ma* 

THENCE k*o*n tha 
bound, of *a Olat Dftav* 
171 dagnai 01 ntouM 11 aaoondi a 



SHanca 4 .US mttM to tw poM 
* para o) baaMna. 

SAID proparty conlalnlng 2tl 
lauan man* mat or fcaa. Al art- 
rruta bafea Naw Bmrawk G 

AU AS SHOWN on -Pta of Surv^-. 
Shantng Propart/ k) ba Aojlnd by 
Jan Our Boudraau. Acadta Aania. 
lindHrd. PKah of Banotord. Courly 
ol ntourtam. N. B pnparad by HO 
Qroon Sunoya Ud. M Mo B-2S12. 
datd 1SS141S40 and tfgnod by (Md 



NOTICE OF MOflTGAGE SALE 
TO: DAVD BASQUE and BERNCE 
BASQUE Monoago 



AND TO ALL OTHERS 
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 

THERE WILL BE SOLO AT 
PUBLIC AUCTION. 01 rha Otaucei- 
Mr County Court HOUM. 254 a 
Park* Street, Bahunl. N.B.. on IS . 
Jonn aVaot antrenoa). on July SM, 
INI at 1*00 mjH. loee) time, rha 
Freehold property atualad In Rough 
WeMn. H tt Partti of BathuroL In 
tho County al aioueenar and Pro- 
vkwe at New Bruno***; tak) prop- 
erty being more parllcula/ty oe- 

td In a mortgage from DAVIO 
BASQUE and BERNCE BASQUE 
to C.I. B C MORTGAGE CORPO 
RATION, doted September M. 
1SS7. and Regtolored In the 
fanuBSSIir Courtly RegWry Office 
or September SIM9I7. aa Numiar 
116111. of Votm t1M. 01 Pegaa 
444 to 4S2 

Sale conducted punuanl 10 tie 
Properly Ad. R S.N B.. 1973. Ch 
P-lfc aa amended and tie termt of 



DATED at Batnuni. N.B. 
17* day of June, itsi. 

C.I.B.C. 

MORTOAOC CORPORATION 
PER: MoM A. Roblcnaud 
SolcSor lor tie Mortgagee 
For further MormeSon 



BOaXMAUO, OOO|, WUIAMSON 
THEPMULT i XJHNSTONE 
Barrtuare t Sototen 

Ba*MH. N B. 

TatSSMSfl 

Arn: Mien* A Robtoneud 



THE NORTHERN LIGHT 

CLASSIFIEDS 
546-4491 



LEGAL NOTICES 



NO net OF MORTGAGE SALE 
TO: MARTHA OOUCET. COUN8 
BARROW INC.. trustee ki bank- 
ruptcy of the EaMa of Menha 
Doucol. end the Eewe of J. AL- 
BERT OOUCET. owner* of the 
equly of redempton and original 
Mortgagor- MERCHANT RETAIL 
SERVICES. Judgment Oodfcx; 
PRO AUTO LTD.. Judgment Cre- 
dftar; AMERICAN EXPRESS CA 
NAOA INC . Judgment Credkor; 
NEW BRUNSWICK TELEPHONE 
CO. LTD., Judgment Creditor. 
THE TORONTO DOMINION 
BANK, mortgagee; AND TO ALL 
OTHERS TO WHOM IT MAY 
CONCERN: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN M 
under and by vMue ol a certain 
Indenture of Mortgage beerkig dale 
tha iti day of December. tSS7.end 
regMored In the Office of Me Raat- 
urer of Deodi In and tor the County 
of QtouoeMer on the 10th day of 
December. 1987. aa Number 
isetn. In book 1146, at pagaa 
i w 193. made beneaan MARTHA 
DOUCET, aa Mortgagor, and J. AL- 
BERT DOUCET. aa epouae of the 
Mortgagor and HOUSEHOLD RE- 
ALTY CORPORATION LIMITED. M 
Mortgagee, end under end by vttue 
of the Properly Act, R S N B 1ST). 
Chap. P 19, thaw a tor the pur- 



tacured by the MM MaMure of 
Mortgage, defeut having been made 
n rha payment thereof, be tow at 



County Counhouae. BattiuroL Near 
Brunewk*. on Wednaodey. the left 
day el Auguw. A.D.. ieei, el the 
hour of 10:0 o'ckx* ki the tore- 
noon, toceJ time, the toeowrlng de- 



ALL AND SMOULAR ttiOM oar- 



lying and bafrig In tha cny of 
Bathurat. In tha County of 



BrunaMlok and mora parfcularty 
bNMn M LM m of MARTHA 
DOUCET SUBDIMBION pbn 
of Ncb having baan flad at tha 
OtoucaaMr County RagMry OSIr 
099 or th. 2nd day ol Jury. 
MS7. 

TOQETHER WITH al t bukSng 
and lmproaman txnMn and In* 
p:ivii*g* and appun*nanc* 
batonglng or h any MT 



FURTHER NOTICE haraby g> 
wi mat I a wSWant oftar of purch- 
M* not rvoalMd lor th* *aW ktnd* 



uckw th* tarn* S) b* 
from tatd tali and * b* dfcpoaad of 
by prtvau conttad hout turthar 
noSoa being gfvan. 

DATED m Cty of B40MW. n 
th> Provlno* at NOT BniNawkk. Mi 
4* day ol July A.D . 19S1. 

HOUSEHOLD REALTY 

CORPORATION UMTTED 

P DANEL J. FRENETTE 

Sotoaor tar HOUSEHOLD REALTY 

CORPORATION LIMITED 



GALLAGHER. ROUX. FRENETTE 

BanMara and Sotcioa 

1212 St. P*M AVWVM 

Suit* 203 

Barhunu. NM BrunnMok 

E2A Ml 

Titophona: (S06) 



NOTKE Of MORTGAGE SALE 
TO: S 4 E HOL09NOS LTD, BM 
RIVER HOLDINGS LTD. and 
44149 KB. INC, Mortgagor*, own 

an of ttw oquty of ndin)iUun; 
10 9*1999 NOUVEAU BRUNS- 
WICK LTEE, pWrMM namad m * 
OarMcaM of U* Pandara. 
AND TO ALL OTHERS 
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; 

THEME WILL M SOLO AT 
PUBLIC AUCTION. -n Bloc- at tha 
OJouoaatar County Court HOUM. 
264 91. Patriot SDMI, main antranc*. 
)*) annc. Bathural. N. B . on Wad- 
naaday. In* 7Hi day ol Auguat. 1991, 
130 p-m. bcal Urn*, tha FnMnoU 
proparty OuMad al 207 King Av- 
nu*. BalNrt. N.B.. Mkf propwty 
being mom panlcukvly daaorfbad In 
a moflgag* from 8 E HokSng* Ltd. 
to FadwaJ Bualna** Dtotop"*" 
Bar*, daMd Augwl 16. 19S9. and 
i tglnrd In ft* Oloueaani County 
RagMry Offc* on Auguat 1S. ISSt. 
at hunter 198061 . of Vokjm* 1 197 
at pagw 1 71 196. a* wd a* th* 



ChMM Mongag* daMd th* l&th 
day of AuguM. 1988. Had In ttw 
racont* at th* County ol (*ouo**Mr 
on AuguM 19. 19SS. Numbar 
7692: 

1 Hood t Fan 

1 C02 SyMam. ESR 30. MA. 
Sartal No 906337 

a Wak* oookr ur* 

t TOMHT rut, Sawy E*4mn 

t Pizza O*n 

1 Bwr CooaH 

1 KafcMor MS> dkp*nMr 

3 Ft*) EMnguWMn 

I Outdoor upn 

II T*fc* 
44 ClMkt 

DWwa, para 1 accanortaa 
Sato oondudad punuant Io th* 
Property Act. R.8M.B.. Cfi P- 1 8. at 
of M 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



1 Bedroom apt lor rent, 
furnished, available Imme- 
diately. Also rooms lor rent, 
men only Call 546 6656 



1 Bedroom apt at 245 St 
Peter Ave. Furnished, laun- 
dry facilities $335 /mo Un- 
heated. 546 3492 or 
546 3425 or 548 4869. 



1 bedroom apt, centrally 
located in Bereslord, fridge 
A stove $381 mo. Heat A 
elec. not Incl. Call 
5429053. 



1 bedroom apt partly turn- 
Ished. Heal A elec. Ind 
Miramichi Road. 1 person 
only, $325. mo., non 
smoker. 548-4713. 



1 Bedroom apt, heat, elec., 
stove A fridge ind West 
Bathurst 548-5345. 



2 BEDROOM APTS- New 
Management- Some Reno- 
vations. Near Bowlarama. 
fully or partly furnished 
Starting at $3257 mo. 
Electric heat NOT Ind. Cal 
548-5347. 



2 Bedroom basement apt 
for rent $385 /mo Call 
548-5784. 



2 Bedroom apt., located 
behind Beresford Shopping 
Mall. Fridge A stove incl 
Available Aug. 1st Call 
548-0444 before 5 pm or 
542 9369 after 5 pm. 



2 Bedroom basement apt, 
Benin St., St Anne. Fridge, 
stove, heat A elec. bid. 
$360/mo Cal 548-5227 
after 6pm. 



2 bedroom 

APT. 

FOR RENT 

Doucet Subdivision 
Stove, fridge, 
heated, electricity 
supplied, $400. 
month. 

546-9217 



2 bedroom apt on iue Prln- 
clpale Bereslord, paved 
driveway, patio deck, stove 
A fridge Incl $400 mo 
Avail. Aug. 1st 548-4804 



2 bedroom apartment 
stove A (ridge Included 
available Aug. 1st. Cal 
548-4804. 



3 Bedroom duplex for rent 
$4 15 /mo Heat NOT ind 
Call 546-3170. 



3 Bedroom Duplex for rent 
unfurnished, private park 
Ing. Washer/dryer hook-up 
$400 /mo Call 548-9300. 



3 Bedroom basemen 
apartment for rent 
$395 /mo 547-1006. 



4 bdrm apt , Pleasant St. 
Batfiurtt, fridge A stove 
supplied, $425. /mo. un 
heated Call 548-2527. 



Bachelor, 1 A 2 bedroom 
apartment* tor rent Cal 
548-8064 or 548 



DATED 



al HaSJai. Nova Scotia, 
on June ZTth. ISSI. 
SK3NEO. SEALED AND OELIV- 

MD 

In Vie praaanoa of 

FEDERAL BUSINESS 

DEVELOPMENT BANK 

PER: Is Attorney 

N. 



For furtnar MormMton 

pkMM OOOUKJ: 

HOSCHAUO. QOON. WUIAWON 
THERtAULT JOHNSTONE 
Barman S Sofcfton 
Bathunu. N B 
Tal: S4S-SS21 
Our Fla: F01Z7-A 
ATn: Many H < 



NEW APARTMENTS 

t tlung to .1 house in an apartment, large < 
, bdrnv. fridge & stove, private driveway, washer { 
dryer hook-up, extremely quiel location. 280 
'.' iven Ct. 

live large renovated 2 bedroom apt on ; 
.'oty well designed. New hardwood lloois 
in, dining & living room with paAo do 
deck Also sun port' . . & dryer connec 

tiors St. Peter Avenue 

Call us 548-8897 (office) 
548-8507 or 548-5936 (other limes) 



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 



FOR RENT 

2000 sq. ft. of retail space in a modern 
building, located atop Tetagouche Hill. For 
information call: 

546-1011 
or 783-2090 



OFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

2,000 sq. n., total of 3 suites 
available now 

133 Main Street 

546-4829 



FOR RENT 
A LOUER 

Edifice commercial, 
pros sortie Trans- 
Canada Bereslord. Prix 
a discutsr. 

542-2884 apres 5 hrs. 
Commercial building, 
near Bereslord Trans- 
Canada. Pries neg. 
542-2864 aftor 5p.m. 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 



STORAGE SPACE to rent 
Located at 1000 Si Peter 
Ave.. (tower level). Avail- 
able from March 15/91 . Ap- 
pro*. 3,200 sq. ft Drive in 
ramp from ground level. 
High oeWngs with few ob- 
structions. Call 548-8858 
for further Information. 



Warehouse tor rent. Apply 
W. J. Cormier or call 
546-2528. 



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 



OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime office specs in Kay- 
stone Place, 270 Douglas 
Ave. For information call 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 weekdays 



OFRCE SPACE 

Commercial 

Prime location 

Main floor 

Up to 1,000 sq. ft. 

188 Main Street 

546-9742 days 
546-5349 after 6 p.m. 

OFFICE SPACE 

2 Completely renovated 
offices, ready for occu- 
pancy. 865 & 1,150 sq 
ft Prime location King 
Av*. Excellent price, 
main floor, street front, 
near Post Office 

546-6604 

546-6430 tftsr 5 p.m. 



Small WAREHOUSE 

i OFFICE SPACE 

FOR RENT 

On St. Peter Avenue 
Across from 

Journey's End Motel 

Call Marc 

546-2846 



BULDMGS FOR SALE 



jsfOai buNdsfiD on oomtr ol 
Brtdga 81 I Sutwrtand 
Ave Ovsw 4000 sq. ft door 
araa on 1.86 acras. 
$28,000. Phon* 548-8338 
S48-B245. 



COUMEflOAL FOR RENT 



COMMERCIAL SPACE 
FOR LEASE 

Office, retail and light 
industrial buildings 
located al 216 Main 
Street, 259 King 
Ave , and 595 Main 
Street, in the down- 
town cor*. 

Call Eddy Housing 

at 
546-6631 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



1 Bedroom apt RKwrslda 
Dr. With fridge A stove 
Untreated Cal 548-4281. 



t Bedroom apartment In 
apartment complex, near 
NBCC a downtown Cal 
Louis at 548-0821. 



1 Bedroom apt, heat, lights, 
fridge A stove Incl. 
$4 25 /mo 812 Rue do 
I'Ecole, Boresford Call 
542-9729 after 5 pm. 



1 Bedroom upstairs apt 
Fridge & stove Ind No 
pals. $285 /mo Unheated 
Along SL Peter Avs. Call 
542-2038. 



1 Bedroom basement apt 
Murray Ave Private en- 
trance, utilities Incl. 
$300 /mo Call 548-9601. 



1 bdrm. apt., me du Pare, 
Bereslord, fridge, stove 
supplied, J30O /mo . un 
healed. Cal 548-2527. 



2 Bedroom unheated apt 
663 Grandview, near hos- 
pital. $300 /mo No pels, 
adults only. Call S4&8307 



2 Bedroom apt for rent at 
Senior Citizen Home In 
Robertville. Call 548 8948 
days or evening* 
783-4867, 546-4535. 



2 Bedroom modern un- 
heated basement apt. 

Large windows. $330 /mo 
Call 546 6566 or 548-5693. 



2 bedroom apt on Suther- 
land Ave, unheated. 
546-4281. 



2 bedroom apt on Suther- 
land Ave. Unheated. 
546-4281. 



2 bedroom apt on Riverside 
Or. Fridge A stove. Un 
healed. 546-4281. 



2 bedroom basement apt 
with large windows. 
$36Omo 548-5159. 



2 bedroom apt, fridge A 
stove Included. Private en 
trance Manor Park. Avail- 
able August 1st 546-7 




APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

Downtown - 1 1 2 bedroom 
apis . newly renovated with 
hardwood floort, new Hun- 
dry facilities, ample port- 
ing, fridge t Move, un- 
heaied. damage deposit re- 
quired. Adult building. 
St Andrew - 1 bdrm. apti . 
laundry hook-ups in apt., 
fridge t stove, unheated. 
damage deposit required 
Adult building. 
EDDY HOUSING LTD. 
8:30 am S p.m. 
546-6631 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Weslmount Apts. 
Bachelor Apts. only 

546-4360 



2 Bedroom apt. Pa kwood 
Heights, private entrance. 
S350 /mo Plus heat. Call 
548-3698 after 6pm. 



APT. FOR REN1 

1 hodtoom np.irlmont lo 
runt. S^35 mo unluMtm 
555 Applcby Sltw.-t Fo 
more inlorm.ition call 
)I70 



APT. FOR RENT 



Ex 



aaton en Park- 



tide Dr.. ideal for one per- 
ton or couple. Very quiet, 
dean t bright Fridge t 
siovo Available July 1 it 

546-3216 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 bedroom .ipjrtniunt 
at 1C Hill, 

available July 20 Call: 
548 5 



APT FOR REN" 



x>r ffidg* 1 & Move 
BOO month unhi ;it' 
546-6742 



KENNY'S 



1 , 2 bedroom apartments & bachelor apartment for 
rent Available immediately. Located downtown. 
Call: 



546-3309 from 8 a.m. to 5 
546-9315 or 548-8654 
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 



p.m. 



CHIASSON MANAGEMENT 

APT. FOR RENT 
646 Chalmers Ct. 

1 or 2 bedroom apartments. Fridge & stove 
supplied. Adults only, no pets. $325. and $350. 
month. 

Call 548-8193 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 

ONE AND TWO BEDROOM 




590 Archibald St./890 Victoria St. 



Full security system, washer & dryer facilities, fridge 
& stove, outdoor plug-in. Call: 

LUPA MANAGEMENT 

548-8341 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



Appt., 2 chambrat I 
couchar, pcxXe el rafr^eta 
tour Indus. ent;6e pnvte 
$300 /mo , pas chautte, n 
6dair6. nlra* priv 842 
rua Principate, Bwesloid 
542-2161. 



Appt A touer. 2 chambro* a 
couchet Ssmi meublee 
$350 /mo Pas chauf16 n 
548-2278. 



Appt A louer, pr*S de 
I'hopital 2 chambrei 
coochAf, po(e A r9frigr*- 
tour incl. Chauflee A 6dai 
rde $475 /mo 5484811 
ou 548-3277. 



Appt. * St Ann*, rue Berlin 
sous-sol, 2 chambra 4 
COUCtMK. PoAte, refrig6<a 
tour, etec & chauffaM incl 
$360 /mo T6I 548-5227 
prta 6 pm 



Appt , sous-sol. 1 ohamtxe 
A couchar. 842 rus Pnnci 
pale, Bereskyd. $300 ./mo 
chauflo el scJaire. entree 
prtvte. 542-2181. 



Gfcxjrtd floor apt with lul 
basement 1264 King ave 
2 bedrooms, dining A living 
room A glaased In veranda 
ADULTS only need to 
apply 548-5662. 



Apt, located In Pent Ro- 
chet, Laplante Road, 1 
bedroom, heated & lighted. 
partially furnished, 
$400 /mo Single or couple 
with no children, no pets 
Call after 5 p.m. 783-2751 



Apis tor rant, located In 
Beresford Fridge A Stove 
(no). 2 Bedroom heated 
$450 /mo 1 Bedroom un 
heated $335 /mo 2 Bed- 
room basement unheated 
$300 /mo 1 Month deposit 
required 546-6775. 



BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starting from $220.00 
per month. Apply at the 
front desk of 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



Bachelor apt located In Be- 
restord. fully furnished 
Available anytime 
5484608. 



Bachelor apt, completely 
furnished, hot water, 
shower A tub, quiet location 
King Ave., near post office 
546 8604 or after 8 p.m. 
548-8430. 



Bachelor apt . 1 bedroom, 
1 580 Mkamteht Ave. Fridge 
A stove Ind. No pels. Call 
5484358 



BERESFORO- Appt A 
louer, 2 chambres A 
coucher Prise pour 
PoetoA 



relrig er ate u r Incl 
$375. /mo. Tel 548-9088 
apres 5 hrs. 



Belle appL neuf A louer, 2 
chambre* A ooucher, poele 
A refrigeraleur Ind. Pas 
chauffee nl eelatre. 

$500 /mo. 548-2002 jour 

ou 548-3277 apres 5 hrs. 



Bereslord - Appt A louer 2 
chambres i coucher 
Chaulfe et eclair* 
$450 mo 542-2884 apres 
5pm. 



Beresford- Ntgadoo limits, 
3 bedroom apt $425 /mo 
Heat A lights NOT Ind. 
Available Aug. 1st. Call 
783-2010. 



Beresford- 1 Bedroom apt, 
>artlally furnished, 

tSSO./mo. UttHtles Ind. Call 
5484088 



Best location next to Met 2 
Bedroom basement apt 
vacant Nice oak Mtotwn. 
quiet executive home. 
$450 /mo Heat, cable. 
fridge A stove. 548-4856. 



Large 2 bedroom unheated 
apt, 235 Munro. Fridge A 
stove bid. Waaher/dryer 
hook-up. $395 /mo No 
pets, adults only. Call 
5484307. 



Large 3 bedroom apt. 
Large windows, Beresford. 
$450 /mo Elec. Ind. Avail. 
Sept 1st Call 5484185 
after 5 pm 



Looking lor someone to 
share a 3 bedroom apt C al I 
5484482. 



Modem 1 bedroom apt. for 
rant Heat A elect. Ind., 
furnished. Location 188 
Main St Cal 548-9742 or 
548-5349 aftor 6 p.m. 



Petit Rocher Nord, 239 Rue 
Principal. Appt. 2 chambres 
A coucher. $380. /mo. 
783-8825. 



Specious 2 bedroom base- 
ment apt, large windows, 
fridge A stove Incl Washer/ 
dryer hook-up Non- 
smoking quiet adult. 
$400 /mo Else. NOT Ind. 
Cal 548-9738 



3 bedroom apt for rent with 
hook-up for washer A dryer, 
back yard, spM level en- 
trance. 1 158 Victoria Ave 
$400. mo 548-5118. 



2 Bedroom unheated apt. 
Newly renovated. Fridge, 
we. washer/dryer hook 
Lp. Private entrance, Mines 
Rd. Available Immediately. 
Call 548-9988 or 547- 1 1 58. 



LAND FOR SALE 



25 acres on Sutherland 
Av*. lots of trees A brook 
running through property. 
4.000ft fronUge.OpirTfor 
offer. 548-9338 or 
548-5245 



ROOMS FOR RENT 

Large furnished rooms, 
kitchen privileges Murray 
Avs. $225. /mo. Call 

548-9601. 

Petit Rocher Nord. 296 Rue 
Principal. Chambres A 

touer /83-882S. 

Room for rent Near Belle- 
dune. Cal 783-7371 after 
5pm ask lor Raymond. 

Rooms for rent near NBCC 
and downtown Kitchen fa 
dirties. Cal 548-9821 

HOUSES FOR RENT 

2 Bedroom house for rent 
Fridge A stove ind. Call 
548-2474. 

IVt Storey 2 bdrm house 
for rent Fridge A stove md. 
Unheated East Bathurst 
$375./mo. 548-4659. 

3 Bdrm house. Landrv 
Lane. Fridge A stove Ind. 
Utilities NOT Ind. Avail. IT 
med. For appt 783-2920. 



3 bdrm. house. Landry 
Lane. $575 /mo Fridge A 
stove Ind. Utilities NOT 
Ind. For appt 783-2920. 



3 Bedroom Bungalow, 
paved driveway A carport, 
fridge A stove ind. Utilities 
NOT Ind. $5507mo. Cen- 
tral Beresford. Available 
Aug. 1st. Call 848-3281 af- 
ter 5 p.m. 



3 Bedroom, 1% storey 
single family home. Fridge 
A stove Ind. $325 /mo Un- 
heated 10 mki. from Town. 
Cal 548-4852. 



3 bdm house with storage 
bam, RobertvWe (St Lau- 
rent). $450 mo unheated 
Aug. 1st 783-2548 after 5 



DUPLEX - Brand new, 3 
bedroom bungalow, gar- 
age, lull lot, excellent loca- 
tion in East Bathurst. dose 
to schools, church A shop- 
ping. On Everett Cres. 
$600 mo heat/hydro extra 
Avail. Aug. 1st 783-4013 



Home to rent- Between 
Malls In Seawlnds. 
$690 /mo + 4 Br's Vacant 
546-4865. 



House for rent August 1st 
to end of June 1992. Furn- 
ished 783-4942 after 5pm. 



MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 



2 Bedroom mobee home, 
Kent Trailer Park. Fridge, 
stove, washer A dryer Ind. 
Would prefer a mature cou- 
ple. No pels. 542-9473. 



2 Bedroom mobs* home. 
Fridge A stove Ind. For rent 
or for sale Call 548-2823 or 
548-5770. 



3 Bedroom mobile home for 
sale or rent 536 Kent Ave. 
Available Sept 1st Cal 
548-9226. 



NEW 2 bedroom mini home 
for rent. Complete with 
washer, dryer, fridge, stove 
A dishwasher. Spacious Hv- 
ino room. olninQ room with 
patto off of it Spacious 



out 548-8929 



COTTAGES FOR RENT 



Wanted to rent- Cottage 
anywhere from Salmon 
Beach to Petit Rocher. For 

5th 548-5260. 



CAMPS FOR SALE 



CAMP 
FOR SALE 
BY OWNER 

Portage Brook 
546-4548 



Camp lor sale, TV lower 
area. Cad 546-4129. 



Camp lor sale, 44 Cluster 
Ask tor Eddy st 546-2036 
after 8 p.m. 



Camp for sales! 9 mile East 
Cluster. Fully equipped. 
Call 546-4145 days or 
548-4362 after S pm. 



LOTS FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

Serviced building lot, 
dose to Hospital. Vale 
Dr.. zone R2, $19.700. 

548-5117 
after 5 p.m. 



1.6 acres on Sutherland 
Ave. 400 ft frontaoe wMh 
tots of trees. Asklna $8. TOO 
Phone 548-9336 or 
648-5245 



YOUGHALL BEACH 

Prime Location 

100' x 110 ' 

Suitable for cottage 

or home call 

1-452-7218 



SERVICE LOT 
FOR SALE 

536 College Street 

Petit Rocher. Doucet SI 
Brideau Subdivision 

546-3593 

Brideau Realty 



LAND FOR SALE 



LAND 
FOR SALE 

orner lot 0" Youqlall Drive 
I or informntion call 

548-5133 or 
546-1208 

.itter 6 p.m. 



The Northern Light, Wed.. July 17. 1991 1IA 



TENDERS 



BATHURST REGIONAL 

AIRPORT COMMISSION INC 

R.R. # 2. BOX 365 

BATHURST, N. B. 

E2A 3Y6 

TENDER CALL 
AIRPORT 4-91 

AREA LIGHTING. BATHURST REGIONAL AIRPORT 

Sealed Tendon will be accepted until 3.00 p m Thurs- 
day, July 26 1991 in the bid box located in the' Airport 
Manager's office in the Air Terminal Building. 
Bidders are responsible to ensure the bids are deposited 
by this lime. Bids received after the specified time shall not 
be conskJered. The only tenders that shall be considered 
wri be ftcee in tte special envelope provided by the 
CormTMSslon. These forms may be obtained by writing to 
the Bathorst Regional Airport Commission, R R * 2 Box 
365, Bathurst, N. B., E2A 3Y6. Att: Aryre Boudreau - 
Airport Manager or by calling (506) 546-5206 
Al enquiries about Airport 4-01 shall be made to Aryre 
Boudreau at the above address and/or phone number. 
A certified cheque or bid bond to the amount of ten percent 
(10%) of tm_ bid MUST ACCOMPANY each Tender bid 
Failure to do so will disqualify bid. 

The Ba *! U( * t ffcfl'o'w' Airport Commission does not 
commit itself to accept either the lowest or any of the 
Tenders received, nor to, incur any obligation or costs of 
any sort to the Tenderers. 

REAL ESTATE SELLS 

WITH NORTHERN LIGHT CLASSIFIEDS 
Phone 546-4491 or FAX 546-1491 

NEW & USED CARS SELL 

WITH NORTHERN LIGHT CLASSIFIEDS 
Phone 546-4491 or FAX 546-1491 



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Bayshore Realty 

J Member of the Multiple Listing Service ? 






845 ST PETER BATHURST 
6 ptex, electric baseboards, ten- 
ants, pay utilities. Cad us for more 
information. 

PRICE TO SELL! 

170 MELANSON DR. 

Live in this newly renovated home 

at a family or allow to' 2 separate 

income Two separate lots plus an 

inoround pod. Priced in the 60's 

263 MCDONALD AVE 
BERESFORD 

3 bedroom house in good condi 
lion extra large family room in 
basement Close to all amenities 
(MLS) Asking in the 60's 

PINE ST. SOUTH TETAGOUCHE 
Good starter home features 3 
bedroom up, 2 in the basement 
electric baseboard heat Caroort 



18 UNIT MOTEL PLUS Manager's 
apartment 684 Victoria St.. Dal 
houste. Great investment prop- 
erty, for husband and wife team. 
Priced to sell. 



42 ACRES OF LAND 

TEBUSINTAC HILL 

Area - great for hunter's camp 

$11.000.00 

PARTIALLY FURNISHED iraiwr 

and land on 1 acre lot Carron Ft 

Priced in theJO's. 

NEW LISTING 

387 ST. JOHN STREET 

1* storey older home. 4 bed- 
rooms, good starter home. Great 
buy in the $30's. 
BUILDING LOTS 
432 ft. frontage on Carron Pt Vi 
mile to beach Deep well ands 
eptic, $14.500, Beach lot in Petit 
Rocher 



HUGH CURRIE PAT BARRIAULT 

L&K-9309 546-3599 
YDIAVALLE VAL WARD 
546^710 546-3110 



BARBARA 

GUGGENHEIMER 
AGENT 546-41 96 
>144 



NEW US I ING 

Completely renovated, winterized 
cottage on Youghall Beach. (Kent 
Lodge area) new breakwater, pa- 
noramic view of the bay. (Excl) 

APPROX 1 acre building lots for 
sale on Christie Rd just of Kent 
Lodge. Call to/ more informtion. 
NEW LISTING 

Duplex located in downtown Bath- 
urst Priced in low 40's. 
INVESTMENT PROPERTY 
EXCLUSIVE 

Located in downtown Bathurst. 
Commercial rent on ground floor 
and 3 apartments on 2nd floor. 
Coll for more information. 

BUILDING LOT 

Morrison Court (Prestigious loca- 
tion) off Carl drive, Youghall. Pr- 
iced to sell. 

525 ST. PETER BATHURST 
(EXCL) 

1V4 storey house features 3 bed- 
rooms. House needs repairs, 80 ft 
frontage on St Peters Asking 
price sooon 



Put it In 

The Classifieds 
546-4491 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



2 Bdrm house for sale, 
24x20 storage shed, lot 
105x200. Newly renovated, 
toe. heat Situated next to 
park & arena. Reasonably 
priced. Call Harold after 6 
pm. at 622-2851 



3 Bedroom house lor sale, 
land 246 x 1 92. Garage 28 x 
20 Bathurst, St Anne For 
more Information call 
548-2939. 



3 Bedroom Bungalow, 
Parkwood Heights. Base- 
ment finished with wood 
slove. $69.000. 546-4246 



3 Bedroom bungalow, fin- 
ished basement Newly re- 
novated Interior. Rough 
Water* Dr. Cal 548-2577 



4 Bedroom house, 1.9 
acres of land, Dunlop 
South. Selling below ap 
pretoed value. 546-3278 

Bereaford - House. 3 be* 
rooms, with storage shed, 
asking $55,000 546-6108. 



House for sate. 
Close to schools, private 
corner tot 2 storey, hard- 
wood floors, fireplace, 
basement apt pays part of 
mortgage, 24 x 24 garage. 
548-3902. 



Duplex tor sale, serious In- 
quiries only call 546-2474. 



Houaa for sale- $30,000. 54 
rue C Anglais. Petit Rocher, 

P m - 



NEW EXECUTIVE 

HOME 

No GST 

950 Westmount Ct. 
(near Hospital). 4 bed 
rooms, 2% bath, dou- 
ble garage, with many 
extras. $169.000. 

548-5117 after 5pm. 



HOUSE 
FOR SALE 
BY OWNER 

848 O'Neil Ave. 
546-4548 



HOUSE 
FOR SALE 




Parkwood Heights 
$69,000. 

546-9240 



PRIVATE SALE 

4 Bedroom house with 

fridge, stove a washer. 

Double car garage. 

Near North Tetagouche 

area, dose to Hospital 

Newly renovated 

kitchen & dining room. 

Priced at $58,000. 

548-2077 

anytime 



NOTICES 



LITTLE ADS 

GIVE 
BIG RESULTS 

Advertise it in 

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$ 7. plus GST 

TWO DAYS - 4 UNES 

INEXPENSIVE 

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REAL ESTATE 



Vacation In your own back yard 
On your private river lot! 

A cozy 3 bedroom cottage with all utilities sits on a 3 
acre lot, pi us a 3 bedroom bungalow Hardwood floors 
2 baths, oak cupboards - finished basement & much 
more to enjoy 

- OR - 

On one acre river tot is a 3 bedroom bungalow, newly 

renovated - oak cupboards - EBB Excl: for private 

showing call Mona 

547-8844 546-6742 
CENTRALlTGUARANTY 

1120 St Peter Avenue 




FOR SALE 

Mime Road - 2 Properties. TrlplM 

40'i good income, MLS. Bunga- 
low - knmaculsM) - G/est start* 
horn* 50't, MLS. 

9. Peler Avenue - New Horn* 

50't Sitting on prim* lot - grest 



Caria Bouchard 

OK: 547-3844 
Res: 548-4*28 

Pigtr 1-558-5454 



MarisAvenus Executive Horns - 

4 bdrms. plus 2 bdrm. apt - flrs- 
plaos, sunken lying room - beautiful 
property, sewing well below appfsl- 
sal. 124.500 Eid. Cwls 

1940 Jonoewi - 6 b+droofnt, 
sauna, 100 x 100 - Musi be soldi 



CENTRALTGUARANTY 

1120 St. Peter Avenue, Bathurst. N. B. 



HOUSE FOR SALE 




3 bedroom split level brick house, on 2 acre 
landscape lot, double garage, shed, paved 
driveway, located in Nigadoo Serious inquiries 
only. 

call 783-3464 

after 6 p.m. 



PRIVATE SALE 




1116 ORSER DR. BATHURST 



28 x 40. 4 Bedrooms, 2 storey house. 1st floor- 
Kitchen separate dining room, bathroom, living room, 
den wilh fireplace & 1 bedroom. Flooring: Hardwood & 
ceramic 2nd floor- 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 
flooring; hardwood. Basement- Completely finish, 
flooring: Carpel Paved driveway & landscaped on 
80 x 100 tot 

Asking $155,000.00 
Tel: 546-9325 



PRIVATE SALE 



Country living in South Dunlop dose to hospital, 
situated on/7 tots, each 100 x 150. 
Completely renovated end in mint condition, 4 

bedrooms, large kitchen with plenty ol cupboards, mini 

bam. 

Satellite de>h A receiver, tots of mature trees. 
Must sell, moving to B.C. 

OPEN HOUSE 

Weekdays from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
Sat. & Sund. from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. 

CALL 546-1380 



HOUSE FOR SALE 




$53,500. 



Large bungalow on 1% acre tot, 3 bedrooms Unfin- 
ished basement, quiet area in St Anne 
10 minutes from town. 13 years old. 



548-3552 



546-991 3 



NOBLE HOMES FOR SALE 


COTTAGES FOR SALE 


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ad the first week it 
appears making sure it 
reads as you requested, 
as this newspaper can- 
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more than one inser- 
tion. Thank You 


Mobile home on Lakeside 
Dr. Kent Pond Park. Newer 
fridge, stove a air condi- 
tioner Clean 2 Br. Re/Max 
agent Call Sandra Girard 

5 4855 


1/4 Storey cottage for sate, 
Beresford Beach. Has 
foundation, Insulated, furn- 
ished, cathedral celling. 
Must be seen to be appre- 
ciated. 542-2972. 


The Kidney Foooda tioi 
of Csaada 
arfcs you to sign M 
orgu donor card. 


One four room collage for 
sale on two acres of land in 
the Pokeshaw area. 
548-8426. 



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PRIVATE SALE 




4 bedroom house, fully landscaped, beautiful 
trees adorn the property, corner lot at 340 
Hennesy St., very affordable price. Serious 
buyers only. Call 548-3084 for an appointment. 



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lies Immeubles TRI-WAY Realty Ltd/Ltee 

Independent Broker Affiliate 

Head Office, 990 St Peter Ave. Also at Superman 

OPEN HOUSES Sunday July 21/91 

From 1:30 to 4 p.m. 




WATER F 

DUPLEX DUNLOP ROM) 




DUNLOP ROAD 

Sedar home with one or seventy 

acres. 



CORNER OF RUE ROYALE t DUN- 
LOP RD 
Large lot, 2 car garage. 





3 bedroom renovated mobiu home 
on 25 sere lot 



DUNLOP ROAD 

Like new, large side split situated on 
over 1 sere sol land. A must to visit, 
sss you Sundsy. 



1280 J6HNSON AVE. BATHURST 
(EXCL) Situated on a 100'xlOO' lot this 
2 storey house has a lot to offer. Such as 
fireplace, 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms 
formal dining room and marble floor, 
wood stove in rec. room, basement 
apartment This home has a Mfy land- 
scaped tot with a paved driveway and 
much mort. Cell today for a free show- 
ing. 

BELLEDUNE MOTOR INN (EXCL) Lo- 
cated near to Thermal Plant construe 
(ton site, consists of 15 rooms in good 
condition It's location makes it ideal tor 
incoming workers who are in need of 



A NEAT WELL KEPT bungalow at 1965 
Brideau Ave. This may be just the home 
vour looking for. Priced in the 50's this 3 
bedroom horns is ideal for you. Call 
now. (End) 

BUILDING LOTS We have a number of 
building lots available in Bathurst and 
surrounding areas. Call for complete 
Information. 

NEW LISTING 181 Rue Des Chalets 
Beresford (Exd) This 3 bedroom back 
split features a lovery stone fireplace in 
living room and is within walking dis- 
tance of the beach. The price is right 
cal now. 

MLS 36 COTE BLEU Waterfront prop 
erty. This 3 bedroom features a reedy to 
rent apt Home sells with 2 60' x 150' 
waterfront tots Second tot includes a 
20x31 garage. Cal for showing. 
JUST LISTED 2 storey home at 965 
Riverside Dr. Situated on a large tot this 
3 bedroom home has many possibilities 
including a one bedroom apt (easely 

.- .. -i converted) Cal for more information 

rooms for the duration of construction (Excl) 

Member of Multiple Listing Service 
Sale* Staff evenings and weekends 

Vendeur/vendeuse 
Soiree ft fins de semaines. 
Luclen Duguay 546-8491 
Fenton Hlckey 548-3204 
Allan Noel 546-3250 



548-9821 



Gus TheriauK 

Gllles Arseneau 

Theresa McLauchlan 546-3686 



546-3864 
783-2629 



Denlw Benoli LtbUnc 546-1200 




REALTY 



1969 - 1991: 22 years of Real Estate Service 

OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY, July 21st 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 




MINES ROAD BATHURST Only 5 
minutes from Bathurst (Excl) Large 
inground pool, detached duplex, imma- 
culate home and gardens, double gar- 
age, plus separate den Call Rorine Rut 
ledge 546-6717 or 548-8866 Hostess 
Florine Rufledge 



SATURDAY, July 20th 
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 



BRIDEAU SUBDIVISION EAST 
BATHURST ON BRIDEAU AVE. 

Bright new home, quality construction. 5 
year new home warranty. Hostess: Lin- 
da Wiseman 548-3600 or 548 8866 




MAIN ROAD BERESFORD 

Beautiful hardwood floors, oak 
cupboards, maintenance free exterior 
Come take a look! Jackie Frenette your 
hostess. 783-4721 or 548-8866 



$69,000 (1 35 MLS) Only 2 years old 
this 3 bedroom house offers large 2V4 
acre lot, paved driveway, melamine 
cupboards and more, 20 minutes drive 
from town. Call Norma Aube 783-8300 
ROBERTVILLE (214 MLS) Large 
side split only 1 2 years old featuring vin- 
yl siding, nice landscape property, also 
including 26 acres of land Call Norma 
Aube 783-8300 

RAYMOND AVE. (131 MLS) 
Located in West Bathurst this one year 
old home is a real good deal at only 
$72,000 Call Norma Aube 783-8300 



NEW LISTING (EXCL) On Tower Hid, 
a two apartment bungalow overlooks 
city and bay. Income property. Call Lin 
da at 548-8866 or 548-3600. 
NEW LISTING (EXCL) Parkwood 
Heights, owner moving, three bedroom 
bungalow, fireplace, close to hospital 
Call Linda at 548-8866 or 548-3600 
LAC LA FLECHE (MLS) Three bed 
room bungalow camp reduced to 
$16.900. Enjoy the lake nearby. Call 
Linda at 548-8866 or 548-3600. 
POIWTE VERTE BEACH PROPER- 
TY 17S (MLS) Beautiful view of the 
Bay, approximately 26 acres of land 
Could be subdivided. Call 548-8866. 
MAIN ROAD BERESFORD (MLB) 2 
lots on main road in Beresford. Call 
Jackie for more information at 783-472 1 
or 548-8G66 

BATHURST EAST (MLS 6S) This is 
a lovely country style one level 1.700 sq. 
ft of home on 10 acres of land. Quiet 
area, good location for the growing fami- 
ly. Cal today all offers will be seriously 
looked at: Gerald Olson 546-9296 or 
548-8866 

BERESFORD (MLS 160) This could 
be a dream come true for you. Beautiful 
two storey home, hardwood floors and 
many extras Small business out front 
for extra income. Don't delay call now: 
Gerald Oteen 546-9296 or 548 8866 




BALSAM AVE. (MLS) OFF 
YOUQHALL DRIVE Immaculate, 
charming bungalow with attached gar- 
age. Income potential. Large land- 
scaped lot, quiet neighbourhood. Cus- 
tom built oak cupboards, freshly painted 
interior. Call Florine Rutledae 
546^717. 




NEW USTING WEST BATHURST, 

CORRIVE AU AVE IEXCL) Brick , vin- 
yl exterior, attractive 3 plus 1 bedroom 
bungalow plus two bedroom apartment 
Extra large landscaped lot. Home tea 
lures oak cabinet, oak parkay floors, 
casement windows Call Florine Rut- 
ledge 546-6717. 

PETIT ROCKER (MLS 196) This 
home must be seen, an excellent loca- 
tion and a beautiful home, with to many 
extras to mention. Owners are moving 
out of town. Call today Gerald Olson 
546-9296 or 548 8866 



MANAGER 

MTMaiMY 
OHM SOYUT 

548-2273 



KEYSTONE REALTY (1988) LTD. 

548-8866 



MWT MCUT 

1-237-5696 

MQMyUt AUB 

7834300 



270 DOUGLAS AVE 

UNO* WSQMH 

548-3600 



JACKIE FRBIETTE 

783-4721 

ROB* WtUJGJ 

5464717 



GERALD Oi.SN 

546-9296 

UUXUBM 

546-2798 






CENTRAL 
GUARANTY 



RESIDENTIAL 



BERESFORD Would you like to buy a 
new home without paying the GST? 
This fc It with tr* one year old Immacu- 
late muttHevel ipltt Open concept 
up and down. New price, vendor 
transferred. (MLS) Franclne. 

SMALL FRYIII Can walk out of the 
coiy 4 bedroom home and right Into 
the c hod grounds Price to set . (E xcD 
Mono. 

ROSEHHJ. ROAD Three bedroom 
bungalow lifting on 1 10 acre form. 
Large bom. heavy wooded area 
(Excl) Mono. 

ALLISON CIICS 2 storey home, hard- 
wood floors, flnhhed basement, dou- 
ble lot. (Excl) Cal Mono 

SYCAMORE ST 4 level split, hard- 
wood noon, oak cupboards. 2 barns, 
garage. (MLS) Mono. 

WALKING DISTANCE TO BEACH! 
(Chrtetta St.) En|oy quiet relaxed 
surrounoTngs In rhk 2 yr. old bungalow 
wtlh acre lot. Features Include 3 bed 
room's, oak kitchen cupboards, vinyl 
exterior. Cal Carol (Excl) 

LOOKING FOR DESIRABLE NEIOH- 

BOHH0007 This lovery 5-bedroom 
pit-entry on Tamarack Dr. feature! 
oak cupboard*, separate dining 
room, family room and 2 bath*. Call 
Carol (MLS) 

22S QOOIN ST. BERESFORO Three 
bedroom bungalow feature* hard- 
wood floors, renovated kitchen, fam- 
IV room, paved driveway and gar 
age $79.900. Col Carol (Excl) 

loes WINTON 4 bedrooms, plus 2 
bedroom apt., fireplace, good In- 
come, great location. (MLS) Carta. 

NEW LISTING Mini home, beautiful 
condition, open concept. 1989 
Model, must be seen 40's (MLS) 
Carta. 

UNIVERSITY DRIVE Income prop- 
erty. 2 teperate apartments, plus In- 
come In main home. Priced 70's. 
quick sale. Income over 1 .500 
monthly. (ExcO Cork). 

NEW LIST ink. Heady to move In on 
Rtvealde Drive. Immaculate 5 bed- 
room. 2* bath, bungalow Basement 
completed with excellent taste. View 
of city and water from deck. Cal 
Karen today. (Excl) 



823 ST. PsERRC - 2% yrs - Immacu- 
late, a delght to see. Move In, priced 
reduced for quick sale 80 s (MLS) 
Carta 

4 BEDROOM EXECUTIVE home lo- 
cated In Squire Park. Large bed- 
rooms, hardwood floors, throughout, 
double car garage. View of Bathurjt 
Basin enhances this beautiful prop- 
erly. A must to see. (Excl) Cal Charlie 
THREE BEDROOM 4 level split home 
situated In Sea Winds Subd. Extra 
large lot. double paved driveway are 
but a few of the extras. (ExcO Col 
Charte. 

1MERCIAL 

TAX SERVICE BUSINESS In opera- 
tion for 2 yean, has excetent growth 
potential. Add onto existing business 
or start a new career. Training pro- 
vided. (MLS) Can Renee. 
BRIDGE ST. 63x100 Commercial. 
22000. (MLS) Carlo or Mono. 






ERCIAL POTENTIAL - Excel- 
lent commercial location In high 
truffle area. Approximate frontage of 
260 feet. Worth looking into! (MLS) Cal 



TO M DEVELOPED 35 

acre* of land In serviced area of 
Bathurst. Worth looking Into. (MLS) 
Call Renee 

LAND LAND LAND Thorfon Ave 
100x100 - M zoning. 17.000 (MLS) 
Carta or Mono. 



AGENTS 



Mgr) 



CHARLES VIENNEAU (Assc 

544-957 1 
GERALD DRYSOALE 54A-S818 

pager 1-S54-J24A 
CAROL ALBERT 546 8094 

pager I -558-6319 
CARLA BOUCHARD 548-4A28 

pager i- 558 5454 
MONA PAYNE 544 -A 742 

ADRIENNE P1TRE 544-9376 

RENEE SURAGUA 544-5435 

KAREN VIENNEAU 544-9571 

FRANCINE FOURNIER 547-1094 



WEEKEND AGENT 



Mona Payne 
546-6742 



CENTRALTTGUARANTY 



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Agent on 24 hour answering service. 



12A The Northern Light. Wed., July 17. 1991 
Catholic Turtles? 

Although it is the most famous, the 
Sistine Chapel Frescoes are only one 
of themany artistic contributions that 
Michaelangelo made to the Catholic 
Church. Today, another Michae- 
langelo, a 1990's reptilian version, 
has also contributed, this time to the 
liturgy of the Catholic, faith. During that 
part of the Mass in which all faithful 
are enjoined to offer a "sign of peace* 
to their fellow worshipers, one sweet 
young thing pulled her thumb out of 
her mouth and held it up to the person 
sitting next to her, saying "Cowa- 
bunaa Dudel* 



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be beaten. 



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180 Main St. 



Bathurst 



548-0000 



OPEN HOUSES 

Sunday July 21st 

From 2-4 p.m. 



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1068 DALEY AVE. SUNNY BROOK S/D 
Hostess: Polly Weienberg. 
I 



MIDDLE RIVER 
Hostess: Jean Streel 



1 864 BRIDGE STREET EXCL 2 storey. 
3 bedroom horn* rest on 26 acres ot land, 
10 minute drtva to downtown. Home has 

IITIMI cv new tumaoa, plumbing wiring PRICED 

MS TWIN LANE EXCL - Money from your jg SELL AT $59,000.00. 



rental to this 4 bedroom home on quiet street 
PRICED TO FIT YOUR 8UDGET 

$45.00000 




CANOBE MLS Your Country Estate, 
50 acres ol wooded property on West 
Canobte Road SPRING WATER AND 
PERFECT PRIVACY. 



1196 RIVERSIDE DR. EXCL 4 be* 
room split entry HARDWOOD FLOORS, 
BASEMENT HAS LARGE FAMILY 
ROOM, 4 PC, BATH, ECT. Paved drive- 
way, landscaped. 

LAND LAND LAND! (MLS) ft (EXCL) 
Upslxxe and Downahore. Cal us. 

STONEHAVEN eXCL - 12 x 60 tt. mobile 
on 66 x 300 tool bL Unit in very good 
condition. PRICED RIGHT. 

PETIT ROCHER MLS 2 storey home 
slighHy over 1 acre ol land, good condition, 
skyttgnn. pato doors, ceramic, etc. MUST 
BE SEER Priced right al $64,000.00 

1260 CENTENNIAL bmttT MLS 
Well maintained 3 bedroom home In 
Parfcwood Heights BASEMENT APART- 
MENT. Cal tor a showing. 




2450 BRDGE STREET - EXCL 3 

bedroom home, ready for you. NEW 
ROOFING, VINYL SIDING, AND GAR- 
AGE. Coll for more information and a 
showing. 



CAMP - MLS - OvertooUng tw BumsviNs 
River SPACIOUS. SURROUNDED BY A 
DECK. Most tumlture Included 225 It x 
100 ft tot 121.500.00. 



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On duty 

this weekend. 



CALL 

546-5039 or 
546-0000 




r^oo\^^toic LJI lynwi ivWw\iWi\ 



Phyllis Green 
Robert Hornibrook 
Polly Wesenberg 
Jean Street 
Lorna MacDonald 



548-9640 
546-5039 
546-3121 
548-5274 

546-6954 




WE FINANCE 

K> dung* without note*. 



OPEN HOUSES 



Sunday, July 
2:00 pm - 4:00 p.m. 




UTTLE RIVER OFF BASIN ROAD NORTH TETAGOOCHE, SHERYL DR. 
3 bedrooms, dan on main level, 2 3 large bedroom, 2 bathroom, den with 
bathroom and only 7 yrs old. (425-6 Exd) fireplace, solid brick hardwood through 

out (452-4 Exd) 



HOME* DON'T OHOW 
BUT FAJWILKa DO... The 

comfortable roominess of 
this modem tpllt entry 
otters 2 bcrttvoorm. extra 
targe rec room with exit to 
garage. Formal ds-Jng wHh 
polk) doors aod modern 
kitchen. 2 targe bedroom 
on main level and 2 extra 
ons* or* presently being 
Led for Mtltlc scion. Ask- 
Ing S126XXX). It olio fea- 
tures brick facade and 
hardwood floors (382-4 
MLS) 

DON'T LET THIS ONE 
GET AWAY.... WeH kept 
French style bungalow on 
IK acre tot. only % ml. 
from Petit tocher, school 
and church and near Hwy 
exit. Spacious rooms wtlh 
large deck at rear of 
house. (379-13 Excl) 

AND THIS COULD 

FOR YOU... Listed In the 

60't. tt* 10 yr osd. 3 bed 
room bungalow features 
new vinyl exterior covering 
This ?'x6' construction tt 
kept In excellent condition 
arid centrally located. 
Basement Is clean, dry and 
exterior walls are corn- 
plated. Priced $67.000 
(222*4 Excl) 

PRICED M THE 70 a 

Nice qUet area In Beres- 
ford. 2 tpackxn bedroom 
bungalow. Main floor feo 
tures lovely bright kitchen 
with oak cupboards and 

LOOKING KM SPACE? 
WaUig distance to the 
beach, and very private 
yard, It* wel molntolned 
home offer 2320 iq. ft. of sV- 
Ing space. Entoy cooking In 
the extra large kitchen and 
Inteitoin In a cozy roc- 
patio doors leading to 
deck Wood stove in tomJty 
room renulni. NtceV land 
leaped with 27' above 
ground pool with a very 
ottrocttve deck and bunt In 
Matt and flower pott. 
(408-12 MLS) 



YOUR OWN HOaW... On 
a treed tot near rt-Way 
exit. Thk 48 x27' French 
Canadian style feature* 
stone facade, fii length 
front verandah, stone fire- 
place. Hardwood floor* 
and lots of kitchen cup- 
boards The asking price of 
S 76,000 Includes a heated 
double garage, osso with 
(tone front. (409-4 MLS) 
MAKE AN APPOINT- 
MENT AT ONCE To M* 
ft* we! takeout bungalow 
with ipackxjs yard and for 
those hot summer days a 
24' above ground pool. 
Large kitchen wtrh butt-In 
appliances and plenty of 
cupboards, formal dining 
with potto doors leadng to 
deck. Ivlng room hoi hard- 
wood floors. 2 M baths. 4 
bedrooms, 2 storage 
rooms and spaciouj forrirv 
room with wood itove 
Basement could easlry be 
converted Into an apart- 
ment. (428-12 MLS) 

room. (91-456) 
COUNTRY UVsWI For the 

outdoor famly. fishing In 
the summer, skiing h the 
winter; In your own back- 
yard! Riverfront. 350 on 
rtves, executive homes has 
garage. Jen -Ai- and many 
more. (91-456) 
WHY PAY RENT! Al you 
bachelors out there tired of 
paying fent? TNs Immacu- 
late one bedroom house Is 
your answer, asking In the 
30 Y (VI ,456) 

HAVE A QUEEN THUMB ? 
UKE TO SWIM? Appeal- 
ing 4 bedroom bungalow 
on 2.8 acres of land right 
down to the beach. Paved 
garden plots to grow what 
ever you love bast. Also a 
serf-contained one bed- 
room apartment to heto 
make the mortgage pay- 
ments easier. 2 frtdgs* and 
1 stove to remain. (383-7 
MLS) 



YOU -LL LOVf THE CON- 
VENJENCE Ony 5 minutes 

from town In beautiful Lone 
Pine S/D. 4 bedrooms side 
spit home wtth hardwood 
floors In IMng room. 2 M 
bathrooms, (accuzzl. bult- 
ki apptances with Jan Al- 
and much much more. 
Call for complete detass. 
(459^4) MLS 

2 STOREY. 11 YR OLD 
FAPJNHOUM... Situated 
on approK. 3 acres of land, 
paved driveway, small 
brook running along the 
property and many more. 
(376-6 MLS) 

CONVENIENT W THE 
WORD... Priced tor quick 
sale at $67.000 and 
located In quiet secluded 
Allison Crescent. OrVy steps 
from Shopping Mads, this 3 
bedroom bungalow wH 
suit anyone's budget! A 
home In this area Is a good 
Investment. We'll help 
arrange financing and a 
down payment to suit your 
budget. (378-11 MLS) 

REDUCED This new mod- 
em style home sits on over 
an acre tot. In the country 
2 baths, one with comer 
whirlpool, wak-ln closet In 
master bodroonx puaHty 
construction and man) 
more. (443-6 MLS) 

INCOME PROPERTY 

MWrntoa your monthly pay- 



one -4 bedroom, ond one 
2 bedroom apartment. 
Situated near al cnieoltles. 
where vacancy rate Is not 
a problem. Cal now for 
more Information. (439-6 
Excl) 

LET-a NtOOTIATt... 3 

bedroom bungoJow near 
HTWAY exit m Nlgodoo. 
Fridge, stove, cathwasher. 
shed, washer and dryer of 
remain. Also some vertffiM 
ond a ceflng tan. (454-6) 
Excl. 



OVER 130 PHOTOS OF AVAILABLE 
HOMES AT OUR BATHURST MALL LOCATION 



021 Rue Principal 

Berestord 



546-6800 



1300 SL fetar Ave. 
Bathurst 



SUZANNE LANTEIGNE 546-6175 
CLAUOETTE MALLAIS 546-8081 
KIMBERLY CLARKE 548-2018 

Eech emee lno4iMmi 



MIKE RICHARDSON 

KEVIN IRVINE 

F LORI AN BOUCHER 

Hly ovned ind 



783-6*>3 
642-1408 

727-4148 




VILLE DE BERESFORD 
AVIS PUBLIC 

(En vertu de lamde 68 de la Lol ur I'urtaanlama) 

La municipal*! da Baraaford Inc. llnfcnton <f adopter un amXa modWant ton arrMa 
no. 18-19*2 inftutt 'ArrMt adoptant un pten muntapal dt Barastonf et un arrMs 
modifiant son arrefc no. 25-1982 intitule *ArrM* da zonapa da Berestord' 

La but da la modifcaton a I'arrett adoptant la plan municipal dc Baraaford aat pour 
agrandir la zona da commerce da vostaiaga du ten-am situ* au 978 rue Principals 

LB but da la modJfcaion a rarr*a da zonaga aat tfafoutar aux aatvtoaa parmits dam la 
zone de oommarea da voiaina0a laa sarvtoaa cottecnf* at cad au 978 rue Principal* 

Lea personnel Intflraasisi pauvant oonauHar oa projat d'arrdt* au bureau du 
seaetaire-greffier municipal a rhoial de vile de Baraatord. N.B.. da 9HOO * 16HOO 
pendant lea jours ouvrabias. 

Laa objections au projat d arreie pntaanataa par acrlt (aronl etudiees Ion d'une 
audience pubNque qui aa ttandra en la acle du Conaal a Baraatord. N. B.. la 12 aoOt, 
1991 a 19H30. touta peraorme qui desire datandra oaa objection* ecritet ou 'y oppo*r 
pourra la fare a. oaa lampa et leu. 

Laa objection* acritM doivent etre adreaaeea * Norval Godin, secretaire -flrerfier 
municipal, C.P "00. Baraatord. N.B.. EOB 1HO. 



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BERESFORD INC. 
Par. NORVAL GOOIN 

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