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355 King Ave., Bathurst, NB 



Wednesday, July 6, 1994 



Phone 546-4491 Fax 546-1491 



Missing 

woman 

found 

Sophie Boucher 
located safe 
in Toronto 



A young Bathurst woman who was 
misung since early June in Toronto 
has been found, safe and sound. 

It was rqxxted Tuesday by the 
TBC News ¥ot New Bninswick" 
(hat So|)iiie Boacher has been found 
in Toiomo, and has spoiDen with her 
parents in Bathurst. Mr. and Mrs. 
Call Boucher. 

The newscast said the Toronto 
Metropolitan PoUoe were leleasiiM 
no other details aboat the 24-year old. 
odier than that she apparently hu no 
immediate plans to return to 
Badiunt 

A police detective interviewed 
Monday by The Northern Ugk had 
indicated he expected Miu Boucher 
10 be found auve and well 

If someone doeaa't want lo be 
foand. you won't find them." said 
Detective Constable Andrew Clufce. 
invcartgatint officer in die case. 

''Six seven, eight dwasand people 
disqipear in dw Toronto area every 
year, and die numben of people who 
are actnallv banned are extremely 
tmalL Maybe once every diiee yean, 
you'll hear of someone being hoft 
That's not to say it doesn't hqjpen, 
but the cimunstancas are very rare." 

Dec CsL Cladce said ofken times, 
someone who is missing will resur- 
ftoe after being along for a while. 



Jobs on 
the way for 
Bellediine 



One hundred new Jobs could be 
annoanoed in BeOedune by the end of 
July. 

Raybarn Doucett, Reatifoache 
East MLA and minisier for the 
Regjooal rifwf i ^Tpif m Offfprmtiwi. 
said be eimects two proiccta will be 
finalised by the end of Jaly. 

The two projects will create in 
exoeas of 100 km, if they both go at 
diesanMtime, saidMr.Douoettina 
tekphone interview last week. 

"A lot of people are working verv 
hard on diffiefeot prpjects. and it 
looka good Cor B e fl eds n e." 

Mr. uoaoett sakl he cannot release 
any more details on the pntjects until 
diey are finalized, but ssid die an- 
noanceneata should be coning 
"•very sooa" 

He wu oootacied by TAe MNiAem 
Light as a foUownqi to a story diis 
ne w spap er ran in May. about as many 
as seven firms being interested in 
setting up shop in die Bellednne area. 




Train derails in Industrial Park 



CN clean-up crews worked Tuesday afternoon to r^iair approximately 200 
feet of damaged track at the site of a foor-car deradment in die Badiurst 
Industrial PaiL The defailment took place at about 9 pjn. Monday and is still 
under investigatkn, said CN spokemian Dave Maclntyre. Two of the four 
tanker cars were said to be easpty while die other two carried a kiad of rock 
and Uquid cakkun chkride. There were no reports of leakage or injury. This 



was die second derailment in die Chaleur n«ioa in a week. On June 29. a 
97-car train jumped die tracks at Armstrong Brook, near Jacquet River. The 
damaged track was replaced and die rail line reopend by Friday moniing. No 
one was hurt in that mishap and no hazardous maierials were spilled. 

(NontMm Ught Pttoio) 



High tide on Donald Avenue 

Residents fed up with recurring problenn of flooded basements 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Novthara light Staff 

DonakI Aveoae residenu had a 
stcaage leaae of <N(|i va Canada Day, 
when aknost a year to the day. didr 
baaeatenta filled widi foalnnneUing. 
black water. 

Raia water, mixed with sdnUng 
sewer water, started gushing firom 
toOeis, bathtubs and showers, about4 
pjn. July 1. It was die result of 
inadequate dty infiastructare in diat 
area not being able to cope widi a 
saddea. heavy rain&U. 

Many residents were not home 
when dte flooding started, and a few 
of diem, indumng FTOddie and 
Yvette Boudreau of 816 DonaU 
Ave., were oat of town for die 
holiday. Their tenant in the basenoent 
uMMneat was working that day, so 
the damage was already done, before 
anyone noticed. 



Ihe runoff firom Soadi Bathurst 
and King Avenue swanqied dte Do- 
nakI Avenue storm sewer system. 
This caused dte saaiiaiy sewer line to 
back m into at least 14 homes along 
Donald Avenae, dumping from one 
to six inches of Ute filthy water into 



Hw arrival of Badiust dty coun- 
ciUon Claire WUt and Graham Wise- 
man on dte scene was coU comfort to 
dte aflbcted reskknis. People up and 
down dte street salvaged what diey 
coaU, duowing out carpeu and 
rukwd finnitare, all dte time praying 
dte nki wottkl Slop. 

SHOULD BE A PRIORITY 

'Hlte resklents of dte street woukl 
like dty council to k)ok at diis 
situation as a prtority item." sakl 

Roger Ouitard. son of Ernest and 
Simoone Ouitaid of 7 19 DonakI Ave. 



"I diink dte only way diey win 
conskler diis as a priority item is if 
diere is a heakh coooera attached. 
Odierwise, diis will be just on dte 
backbumer. The proMem nuy be 
affecting only a handful of people, 
but it's a priority on our lisL..Why 
don't dtey (dty council) jast own up 
to k, and start fixii« dte proMem?" 

Yvon and Linda Landry, who live 
in a basement apartment at 792 
DooaU Ave., also want dte dty to fix 
dte problem. During last year's fkwd, 
diey had just moved into dw apart- 
ment, and all didr bekagiofi were 
on boxes on dte fknr. Thnr kist 
everydiing, and had to borrow $S,000 
just to live. This time, diere wu at 
least daee inches of sewer water on 
top of dte sabfloor, wfakdi is two 
inches off dte groand. The coimte 
estimates diis damage at $8,000^ 
inchiding a new $3,0iD0 computer. 



Tast year, dte dty sakl dte prob- 
lem woukl be fixed. It's still not 
fixed. If I ever get some money, I will 
move, no two ways about iL Who can 
afford to move, when you keep loaing 
soiff?" sakl Mr. lindiy Monday 
night, after dw situatkin was dis- 
cussed at a qtedal public meeting of 
Bathurst city council. 

Odier resklents can't move from 
DonakI Avenue. Alfred Mallet of 812 
DonakI lives in a basement apartment 
in his mother's home. Ahhough diere 
is a sump pump in dte basement, 
whteh alleviaied sooae of dte prob- 
lem, he win still have to tear up dx 
subfkxir, because of dte horrible 
stench of sewage. 

This is going to become my house 
in dte future. What is dte city going to 
do for these homeowners? We can't 
live like diis." 

■ More FLOOD page 2A 




Two area residents are at 
francophone games in Paris 



She's a century plus one! 

Marie Anoe Rot celebrated her one hundred and first Urdiday on Tuesday 
widiacake at the Foyer Notre Dame deLoardea in Badaust Shown wkhMn. 
Roy, a former reikieat of RobcftviDe, is daagfater BmHia Dugnay of BadwrsL 
Mn. Roy waa bom July S. 1893, dte daaghier of John and Marie Anne 
(DoBoeO Datele. She manied Fkank Roy on Jan. 19, 1913. Mrs. Rov ta dte 
modtet of if chikhen, seven of whom are still aUve, and ahe ns 48 
graodchikhen. She ia dte great grandmother of no leas dum 62 great 
g^aadchikben, and is dw oMi genention of dgfat gnat gruidchihrai. 

(Naffwiefii UqjM PIioIo) 



Two kical indivkktab are among 
Canadian delegates at dte 1994 Jeux 
de b FnoGophonie, July S to 13 hi 
Paris, Fnnce. 

Dfame LeBlanc of RobertvOle is 
servfaig as a cultural liaison at dte 
event, while OUbeit LeBlanc of La- 
Pkuite b competing in dw sculpting 
competition. 

MBanwhile, Janine Boudreau of 
Moncton. formeriy of Robamille, 
will be among dte singen competing. 
She sane at the Petit Rocfaer Arena 
but week u a member of dte group 
Mamak, one of dw acts dnt per- 
formed daring the Festival des 
Rameurs. 

The Jeux de b Frimcophonie, a 
cultural and adiletic competition, u 



expected to attract neariy 3,000 parti- 
dpants fiom more dum 45 countries. 

The Jeux de b l^ancophonie 
emerged firom dte 1987 Prano^hone 
Summit hi Quebec, and its aim b to 
buiU doaer ties between countries 
snd governments uskig Pnoch as a 
common language and to focus dw 
international spotlight on dwir cul- 
ture and lop adileies. Hw first Jeux de 
b Francophonw was hosted by Mor- 
occo in 1989. 

Mr. LeBlanc's sculpture is being 
exhibited in one of several major art 
galleries in Paris. 

Mr. LeBlanc, a self-employed 
sculptor, won dw right to aoend dw 
competition by beating out numerous 
odwr top Canadian sculptors. He 



created dw bronze stttues whKh 
adorned dw stage at Oab de b 
Chanson in Csraquet in 1994, repre- 
sented Canada in dw ke scupiture 
contest at dw Quebec Wniier Carni- 
val fai 1993. and has partkipated in 
more dum SO croup and sofo exhibi- 
tions since 1^1. 

Diane LeBlanc, executive director 
of dw Soci6tt Cuhurelle R^kmak 
N^pisigttit. will be dw Ibison be- 
tween artuts and organizen of vari- 
ous events in Parb. She was nomi- 
nated to dw post t^ dw cultural 
branch of the provincial Muncipali- 
ties. Culture and Housing 
department 

Her past involvements include 
dw Jeux de I'Acadie. 



That tune sounds familiar... 



The recent Acadian Games pro- 
vided some unexpected exposure for 
a former Baduirst songwriter, now 
living in Montreal. 

Rod Vienneau's song 'X^araquet 
Mon Beaa Pays" (Cuaquet v- 
Beautiful Country) was (rtayeo i 
least three times during Radii 
Canada television's coverage of dw 
games, heU in CaraqueL 

The games ran from June 30 
dirough Sundav, and dw song was 
used during rootage of Canquet 
shown during the opening ceremo- 



nies. The opening ceremonies were 
rebroadcast at leut twice more dur- 
ing Radio-Canada's coverage of dw 
games. 

Radio-Canada is the French- 
bnguage verskm of CBC Tetevbkm. 
'. Mr. Vienneau, speaking wiUi The 
hlorthem Lighi from Montreal on 
Tuesday, said a friend called him on 
be weekend to tell him his song was 
U TV. 

Hearing his song on national tele- 
vbkxi made him feel '^inbelievable. 
(I'm finally) starting to get a bit of 



recognition." 

Mr. Vienneau has been in dw 
country musk business for years, and 
stiUpbys dw bar circuit in Montreal. 

'XJaraquet Mon Beau Pays" was 
written in 1992, and included on an 
independent recording thtt Mr. 
Vienneau dkL Radk>-Canada's use of 
dw song will result in a royalty 
cheque for dw songwriter. 

Mr. Vienneau has a new album 
coming out shortlv, on cassette and 
compact disc, and b kioking forward 
to vbiting Badiurst dib summer, 
where he stiU has family and friends. 




Bugged out 

Summer means bugs, but why 
suffer? We've talked to some 
people in dw know about how you 
can protect yourself from dw 
annual onsbught of mosquitoes 
and bbck flies. 

Pagea 3A 

No profits 

"When the curtains opened 
upon both these evenings, dw 
overwhelming support from dw 
general pubUc was not diere...The 
result b what coukl have been a 
sizable donation (lo dw dvk 
centre foundation), on behalf of 
Friends in Song and the Bathurst 
Kinsmen Gub. will not come to 
be." 

Page 4A 

Big day 

Beresfcrd celebrated Canada 
Day and its 10th anniversary as a 
town in style. A new logo for dw 
munidpality was unveiled, and a 
new park was officially opened. 
Page SA 

Star visitors 

The 64di aiuKial sesskn of dw 
Grand Chapter of New Bnins- 
wkk. Order of dw Eastern Star, 
vrill be hdd at Bathurst Hi^ 
School diu week. The event b 
expected to attract 600 visitors to 
dw dty, from as br away as dw 
United States. 
Page 6A 

Tight budget 

The president of the Bathurtt 
legkn would like to hdp save the 
aging homestead of a local war 
hero. The oidy problem is, dw 
bgion b having a tough enough 
time maintaining its own buildihg. 
Page lOA 

Games recap 

Local adiletes fared wdl at dw 
ISdi Acadun Games in Caiaquet, 
and we've got all the results. 
Pi«c 28 

Lefs barbecue! 

It's barbecue season, and to- 
day's Think Prevention colunui 
gives you dw facts on meat and 
poultry to hdp you avoid food 
poisoning. 

Page IC 



Ordained 

A former Badiurst man has just 
been ordained into die priesthood 
in Sauh St Marie, Ont 

Page 3C 



INDEX 



Birdiday Comer 6A 

Bulletin Board 6A 

Business _ ^^ 7B 

Classified ads 7A to 9A 

Comks .„ 3C 

Lettera to dw Editor 4A 

Lifestyles IC 

Obituaries 2A 

Tide Times „ 5B 




ECOLINE. /w 

One bag ■ — c^''rou,L^ 
a month 

A Woodstock, Ont 

family has raducod 

Its garbags to on* 

small iMg s month. 

Soms of tlioir 

Innovstivs tactics: ^_^^ 

• Ban (ingls-tsrving (nsclta-ttoyVu 
•ven soni Ihsir kiat tMtcit to Iho 
store to rsturn chocolat* Imts. 

• Rslurn packaging tttal cannot Im 
racycled lo manufadurars - s.g. 
potato chip t>ags, chocoials 
powder t>oxet w«h sissi rims and 
toothpaste tuitos. 

• SefKJ broken plsaUc toys to piMttc 



'^Ati ot 



research Inatitutas. 

The famlly'a unrslanMng 
battle to keep gartMga off 
inassam 



oO 

^•^ 

, jartMga off ^^^^ 
tttelrcurtMldahMaamsdIta '< 
place In ttM RacycNng CoundTa 
Waata Reduction HtM of Fanw. 

Source Racydng Comwl ot OMario 



2A — The Northern Light, Wed., July 6. 1994 



Obituaries 




Evelyn WmtsoH 

The death of Mn. Evelyn Watson 
of 410 Princess Dr., Bathurst, for- 
merly of Dalev Ave., Bathiml, 
occuned June 30, 1994 at the Reg- 
ional Hospital Centre following a 
brief illness. She was 90. 

Bom in Bath- 
urst, she was the 
last surviving fam- 
ily member of the 
late Andrew and 
Rose Anne (Roy) .,i 
Doucet. 

She attended the 
Holy Family 
Church and was a 
60-year member d 
the Holy Family 
Council Catholic Women's League. 

She was predeceased by her first 
husband, Ignatius White, and her 
second husband, Joseph A. Watson. 
She was also picdeceased by brothers 
Adelaid, Amos. Mathias, Arthur and 
Leo. and sisters Cecile, Nellie, Alice 
and Annie. 

She is survived by four sons, 
Ronald and Ralph White, both of 
Montreal, and Ronuui White and 
Arnold Watson, both of BathursL 

Also surviving are seven grand- 
children and 12 great-grandchildren. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeal Home, BathunL The funeral 
service was held July 2, 1994 at the 
Holy Family Church in West Bath- 
urst with Father Levi Arseneau ofTi- 
ciatin^. Assisting was Father Emile 
Foumier. Readings were done by 
Cad White and Grace Nicholson. 
Hymns were by Nicole Pitre and the 
organist was Helen Hachey. 

Pallbearers were Dr. Robert 
White, Raymond Doucet, Cletus 
Kennah, Roland White, Aurele Ha- 
chey and Hypolitc Godin. 

Relatives and friends attending 
from out-of-town were from Mon- 
treal. Halifax, Moncton, and 
Rogenville. 

Interment was in the parish 
cemetery. 

Marion Lordom 

The death of Mrs. Marion Lordon 
of 1 154 Packard Sl, Bathurst, 
occuned June 29, 1994 at the Saint 
John Regional Hospital after a 
lengthy illness. She was 68. 

Bom in Oil City, 
Pennsylvania, she 
was a daughter of 
Mrs. Mary (La- 
vigne), (Towne) 
Goldrup and the 
late Clifford 
Towne. 

Besides her 
mother, who re- 
sides in Bathurst, 
she is survived by 
two daughters, 
Mn. Sandra Thi- 
bodean (Roger) and Mrs. Sheila 
Hachey (Ronald) both of Bathunt; 
and two sons Thomas and Donald, 
both of Bathurst; nine grandchildren 
and one gieat-giandson. 

Also surviving are one brother, 
Clifford Towne of Sudbury, Oil; 
three stepsisters, Mn. Eleanor Power 
(Edgar) of North Teteagouche; and 
Mn. Joan Doiron (Gerald) and Mn. 
Mary Trepennier (Andr6) both of 
Kapuskasing, Ont.; and one step- 
brother, Frederick Goldrup of 
Bathurst. 

She was predeceased by her siep- 
Eather, Clarence GoMnip and a step- 
brotha, John Goldnip. 

The remains rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home, BathursL The funeral 
service was held July 3, 1994 at Our 
Lady of Mount Caimel (Thurch in 
East BathursL Interment was in the 
parish cemetery. 

Laurtne* Payiu Daley 

The death of Laurence Payne 
Daley of 102S Daley Ave., Bathunt 
occurred July 1. 1994 at the Foyer 
Noire Dame de Lourdei in Bathunt 
following a lengthy illness. He was 
68. 

Bom in New 
Bandon. he wu a 
son of the late 
James and Iva 
(Payne) Daley. 

He worked u a 
mechanical super- 
visor at Bnuiswick 
Mining for 37 
yean tefcre retir- 
ing in 1991. He 
was also a member 
of the Noranda 
Quarter Century 
Club. 

Besides his wife, the former Dor- 
othy Breckenridge. he is survived by 
three sons, Mvles and Calvin, both of 
Bathunt; and Daryl of Charlo; and 
four grandchiklren. 

Also surviving is one sister, Mn. 
Elva EUis (Eri<^ of Janeville; one 
brother, John, of Bathunt; and sev- 
eral nieces and nephews. 

He was predeceased by one sister, 
Ruby; and two brolhen, Harvel and 
Alton. 

The remains rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home, Bathurst The funeral 






service was Ifeld July 4, 1994 at the 
Pint United Church in Bathunt, with 
Reverend Michele Smith presiding. 

Church organist Joe MacDonald 
played "WUl the Circle Be Unbro- 
ken", "Amazing Grace" and "Will 
Your Anchor Hold." 

Pallbearen were Carey Daley, 
Brian Teed, Donald Daley, Terry 
Hopkins. Gordon Sullivan and James 
Murphy. 

Honorary bearers were Leo 
Hawell, Elmer Daley. Lei^ Scaly, 
Irvin Wiseman. John Moneite, Chal- 
men Baldwin, Frank Dumas, Hector 
Allen and Roger ScotL 

Interment was at the Highland 
View Cemetery, Bridge Sl 

Marie Plourde 

The death of Marie Plourde of 
Allardville, occuned July 1, 1994 at 
the Regional Hospital Centre follow- 
ing a lengthy ilmess. She was 33. 

Bom in Allard- 
ville, she was a 
daughter of Mn. 
Domaine (Dugas) 
lanteigne and the 
late Philippe 
Lanteipie. 

Besides her 
mother, she is sur- 
vived by her hus- 
band Yvon 
Ploarde; two sons, 
Sylvain and Yves, 
both at home; and one daughter 
Cynthia, also at home. 

Also surviving are three brothers, 
Augustin Lanteigne (Linda) and Gil- 
les Lanteigne (Judy), both of Allard- 
ville; and Raymond Lanteigne (Ar- 
nolda) of Montreal; three sisters, 
Mme Leona Roy (DoiaU) of IVemb- 
lay; Mme Carmelle Gallien (Leo- 
laid) of Allardville; and Gerddine 
Lanteigne, Montreal; and several 
nieces and nq)hews. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home, Bathunt The funeral 
ser/'KC was hekl July 4, 1994 at dtt 
Christ the King Roman Catholic 
Church in Allardville. Interment was 
in the parish cemetery. 

Marthe Roy 

The death of Mn. Marthe Roy of 
Villa Sormany in RobertviUe, origi- 
nally of Petit Roc her. occurred July 4, 
1994 at the Dr. Georges L. Dumont 
Hospital in Moncloft She was 86. 

Bom in Aknda, she was a daughter 
of the late Denis and Gertrude O^oy) 
Roy. 

She was predeceased by her hus- 
band Hector Roy. 

She is survived by one adopted 
daughter Marcia Roy of Montreal; 
four sisters, Cecile Aubi6 (Edouard) 
of Petit Rocher. Don Roy (Annand) 
of Bathurst; Roae Godin of Migadoo; 
and Yvonne Hachey (Hector) of of 
Moncton; and several nieces and 
nephews. 

The body is resting at EDaltcn's 
Funeral Home, BalfainL The fimeol 
win be held today. Weodeiday. Jaly 
6, 1994 at4 pjn. at the St Poiycvpe 
Ronuui CaQwIic Chnicfa in Petit 
Rocher. Interment will be in the 
parish cemetery. 

Altemom Amb4 

The death of Algenxn Aub6 cf 
Duntop occnned June 28. 1994 at the 
VUla Sormany in Robeitville follow- 
ing a lengliw iOnett. He wh 94. 

Bom in Berea-I 
ford, he was a son 
of the ble John and 
Margaret (Pelle-| 
tier) KabL 

Prior to his re-l 
tirement. he 
worked at the fof^ 
mer Laperrelle 
Lumber (Jo. and at I 
the Vallde Lourdes Sanatariun. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former Bertha Coineaa; one son. 
Yvon (Maijorie) of Dunlop; one 
daughter, Yolande MonisGn of Dnn- 
lop: one brother, Thomas Aab6 
(Rosa) of Villa Sormanv; one sister, 
Mn. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Frenette 
(Leo) of Nigadoo; and five 
grandchildren. 

He was predeceased by five 
brothers, Telesphore. Felix, Femi- 
nand, Arthur and Wilfited; three sis- 
ten, Marie Azele Boudreau. Ger- 
trude Arseneau and Fkxenoe AaW; 
and one grandson. Blair Morrison. 

The remains rested at Elhauon's 
Funeral Home, Bathunt The funeral 
service was held June 30, 1994 at the 
Ste. Thdrfese Roman Catholic 
Church. Robertville. 

Pallbearers were Daniel Hachi. 
Earnest Aub^. Marcel Comeau, 
(3iarles LeBlanc, Norman Morrison 
and Clifford Comeau. 

Interment was in the parish 
cemetery. 

Edwidge Arseneau 

The death of Mn. Edwidge 
Arseneau of Foyer Joe Godin of 
Nigadoo occurred July 1, 1994 at the 
Regional Hospital Centre in Bath- 
urst She was 80. 

A housewife, she was the daughter 




of the late Benoit Roy and the late 
Exilda Roy of St Laurent near 
Robertville. 

She was predeceased by her hus- 
band George Arseneau of^ Petit Ro- 
cher. in 1969. 

She is survived by one daughter, 
Marie-Jeanne Roy (Elide) of Niga- 
doo, and one sister. Stella Roy (De- 
Iphis) of Tremblay. N.B., also near 
Robertville; six grand-children and 
six great-grandchildren. 

The remains rested at Verret's 
Funeral Home in Nigadoo. Funeral 
service was held July 4, 1994 at the 
St Polycarpe Church in Petit Rocher. 
Interment was in the parish cemetery. 

Charles ArstneauU 

The death of Charles Arseneault of 
Petit Rocher occurred June 30. 1994 
at his home. He was 77. 

A veteran of the Second Wortd 
War, he was the son of the late 
Thomas and Rosanna Arseneau of 
Petit Rocher. 

He is survned by his wife, R^gina 
Lraacd. 

He is also survived by four daught- 
en, Jacqueline Huard (Jean- Yves), 
of Sheflerville; Imelda DeGrace 
(Clovis) of IVcmblay; Dorice Hach6 
(Camille) of Buriiiwun. Ont; and 
Anne-Marie Aubi (Robert) of Petit 
Rocher. 

Also surviving are eight grandchil- 
dren and one great-grandchild. 

The remains rested at Verret's 
Funeral Home in Nindoo. The fun- 
eral service was heldJuly 4, 1994 at 
the St Polycarpe Church in Petit 
Rocher. Interment was in the parish 
cemetery. 

Pohdort Boainau 

the death of Polydore Boudreau of 
Foyer Notre-Dnme-de-Lourde. for- 
mohr of Madran occurred June 30. 
1994 at die Regional Hospital Centre. 
He wu 88. 

Bora in Aldda he was a son of the 
late Jerome and Gertrude (Roy) 
Boudreau. 

He was a member of the Goklen 
Age Club. 

He was predeceased by his first 
wife, the former Jeannette Guitard, 
and his second wife, the forma 
Yvonne Pelletier. 

He is survived by eight sons, 
Martin (Marianne), Medor Eveline), 
Victorin (Autise), Edmond and Ju- 
Uen (Leola) aU of Madran; Valmond 
(Jacqueline) of Petit Rocher. Leo- 
pold (Micheline) of St Felix de 
Valais, (^e.; and Nori)ert (Denise) of 
Montreal; two daughten. Imelda 
Arseneau (Leandre) of Bathurst; and 
Leonie Walsh (Aurele) of Nigadoo; 
several grandchildren and great- 
grandchildrea 

The remains rested at Verret's 
Funeral Chapel Nigadoo. The funeral 
service was held July 2 at the St 
Poiyaipe Churdi in Petit Rocher. 
Buiial was in the parish cemetery. 

Gabriel Roy 

The death of Gabriel Roy of 
Robertville occurred suddenly July 3 
in Robertville. He was 36. 

Bom in Robertville. he was a son 
of the late Willie and Rosalie 
(Doucet) Roy. 

He is survived \n his wife, the 
former Solonge Boudreau; one 
daughter. IsabeUe and one son Joel, 
both living at home. 

Also surviving are five brothen, 
Romte and Leonaid both of Oiebec 
City; Ck>vis of Robertville; R^er of 
Qranby, Que.; and Martin of Bath- 
■rsi; six sisters. Patricia Ballnm (Pe- 
ter) of Prince Edward bhuid; Irene 
Bdlivean (Normand) of Menuam- 
cook; Yvette Chevalier of Nicfaobu 
Deim; Raymonde Boudreau (Joe 
Hacfa6) of RobettviDe; Yolande Roy 
of Bathurst; and Jacqueline Boudreau 
(Magella) of Dauversiere: several 
aunts and uncles. 

The remains rested at Verret's 
Funeral CSiapd. Nigadoo. The fun- 
eral service will be held Wednesday 
July 6 at 7 p.m. at the St Thdrte 
Church in Robertville. Burial will be 
in the parish cemetery. 



DONALD AVE. FLOODING 

Correcting problem 
will be expensive 

Estimated repair bill is $450,000 



Poor engineering contributes to the 
flooding on Donald Avenue, but it is 
going to cost "big bucks" lo correct 
the problem, says Mayor Ken 
Frenette. 

The Bathunt mayor told The 
Northern Light ihit when the dty and 
the contractor were working on the 
subdivision in the 19S0s, the storm 
draiiu were hoolced onto the sewer 
lines, instead of being separate, as is 
the practice today. 

That means storm water is being 
pumped through the city's water 
treatment plant instead of going out 
into the Bay of Chaleur. This can 
create an overioad effect especially 
if there is a k)t of rain, as there was 
Friday. 

Local weather observer HaroM 
Gammon reports two and a quarter 
inches of rain fell throughout July 1. 
The heaviest rainfiUl ocoured be- 
tween 1 pjn. and 2 pjn., but it 
continued off and on throughout the 
day. This heavy period of ram caused 
the flooding on Donald Avenue, as 
well as at in one basement on Mumy 
Avenue, and in a few homes along 
O'Neil Avenue, as systems 
overflowed. 

Mayor Frenette said the bill lo 
completely fix the Donald Avenue 
problem is estinuited at $4S0;O0O. 
This money wouU cover the cost of 
separating the sanitan sewer and 
storm sewer lines, budding another 
storm sevrer extension to the Bathurst 
Basin, and constructing another lift 
station. 

Just to extend the second storm 
sewer line will cost $SO,000 diis year, 
and another $70,000 next year, said 
Fred Hermann, of the city's engineer- 
ing department 

"We are sympathetic with the 
people, but council made the decision 
10 budget $50,000. Big bucks are 
needed to correct the ixoblem. and 
we just don't have money lo throw 
around. I feel sorry for diem, but what 
else can we &oT 

Mayor Frenette said during a pri- 
vate council discussion on Monday. 
some councillon suggested using the 
$200,000 set aside lo buiM a new 
police station lo fix Donald Avenue. 
On July 1, many Donald Avenue 



residents were told this idea by 
couiKiUon Claire Wilt and Graham 
Wiseman. However, the mayor said 
this is just not an option. 

"That klea was tossed around in 
the back room, but they forget the 
police station is number one on our 
list because it is outdated, and is 
causing a safety hazani. It doesn't 
meet nre codes, there have been 
suicides in the cells. One of these 
days, we are ^oing lo be in big 
trouble. Council sets iu priorities 
over five yean. Are we going to, 
change those priorities every time 
something happens?" 

SYMPATHY EXPRESSED 

At Monday's special public meet- 
ing of Bathunt dty council, tiie 
problem was also discussed publicly. 

"We as coundQon understand tiie 
city is not responsible for an act of 
God, but we have got to undeniand 
their plight, and dietr fear." said 
councillor Jack DeHaitre. 

'There is no way tiie city can 
accept liability, but somehow we 
have got lo find a viable solution to 
aDeviaie tiiat probfem." 

Mn. Wih commented on the sorry 
sight she witnessed July 1. 

It wasn't water, it was sewage, ca 
ca. I wu tfiere. lliose people were 
seen crying, 68 yean old...it wu just 
terrible." 

Councillor John Duffy asked if 
there is anv way the dty couM obtain 
financial hdp to fix Uie probkm, 
because it is "a healtii hazard." 

Qly manager Ed ChiMs said tiie 
$SO,O0O set aside to continue extend- 
ing a second siocm sewer line to die 
Bay of Chalear will be pot out to 
tender midJuly, and dien tiie work 
will be done in August However, he 
said even if tiie won had been stivted 
earlier, it would not have salved tiie 
probkm. because it will still be a 
dead-end pipe. 

This discusskw did not resolve 
anything for tiie dght Donald Av- 
enue residents attending the meeting. 

The IS fiunilies affected by tiie last 
year's flood have yet lo recdve any 
compensatian from their Uwsuit 
agaiiist tiie dty, which b currentiy 
pending before die courts. 



Lease deal 

The City of Batiiunt u Icuing to 
own radio communicatioru equip- 
ment from NB Tel. 

At Monday's special public coun- 
cil meeting, city councillon ap- 
proved the entering of a lease agree- 
ment to purchase tiie existing radw 
communicauons system from NB 
Tel. 

Treuurer Andr6 Doucet said tiiis 
lease-toown agreement will save die 
city approximately $62,000 over die 
next duee yean. 




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Sewer caps and back-up valves 
don't stop basements from flooding 
on Donald Avenue. 

Souveraine Breau of 800 Donald 
Ave. knows this for a £Kt Alter the 
June 28. 1993 flood, she hired an 
engineer lo equip her home with a 
back-up valve, and capped all her 
basement drains, as recommended by 
die city. Nevertheless, foul-fmelling 
water still came into her basement 
July 1. after a heavy rainCilL 

The water came in anyways this 
time." Mn. Breau said after Mon- 
day's special Bathurst city council 
meeting. 

"I have to live witii tiie fact the 
water can come in at any time. 1 can't 
repair my basement 1 feel dirty. 
Something bad can come into my 
house any time it rains." 

Mn. Breau lost two basement 
apartments after die 1993 flood, and 
never repaired them. She said she 
followed the advice put forward in a 
letter sent from the city, which staled 
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Fighting the bugs of summer 

Black flies got you scratching? We've got some remedies to try 



July is here and it's hot outside. 
After supper, instead of shovelling 
the driveway, you can sit in your back 
yard, enjoying a cool beverage and 
the knowledge that you don't have to 
think about snow tires for months. 

Life coukln't be beuer — until the 
black flies and mosquiioea find you, 
that is. A mere nuisance? More like 
sheer torment, and what can be done? 
Or. 10 be more specific, what can be 
done dial really works? 

The Northern Ught decided lo 
seek out the ofiinfcns of four local 
residents, to see what sure-fire home 
remedies they prescribe to ward off 
summer's annual insect invasion — 
at least u far as your bare sUn is 
concerned. 

Ken Gray, owner of Nepisiguit 
Rhrer Ounpa, said he tries all kin£ of 
stuff every year, because he finds the 
bugs win be repelled by one brand of 
spray one year, and a diOdent brand 
the oexL This year's best bet: 
Muskol. 

**We ako use a lot of screen hats on 
bear hunts, whkh keq) the bugs out 
of your &ce, ears and aeck, and we 
also tape the cuffs of our shins 10 our 
sleeves, and wear gloves." 

Mr. Gray said widiin the next two 
weeks, pec^ win notice a dnunatk; 
redttctkM in die number of fUes and 
moaquitoes, as the lempenhires soar. 

He said this is one of die worst 
years he has seen for biting insects 

r, because there wu so much rain 
the spring. 
' Dr. Annette Seguin. distrkA medi- 
cal health officer, also said she hu 
noticed biting insecu have been 
particularly bad this year, because of 
the wet weather early intheaeaaoo. 

She said prBveodoo is the best cure 
for bug UtM, and reconunendB using 
pnxkKts with a chemical. DBET, in 
the fonnula. 

Teople should also avoid going 
out around dawn and dusk, when the 
bugs are most active. If ihey do go 
out. they should make sure they are 
weO covered, widi k»g sleeves and 
pants." 

Dr. Seguin also advises people not 




It works for her! 

Claire Paulin of Petit Rocfaer North hokls up her secret bug rqtellent, after 
rubbing it on her face, and in her hair, before doing work in her garden. Ha 



secret? Cod liver oiL 

to scrBK:h their bug biles, lo avoid 
getting a secondary infectkxi. She 
said pulling calamine kxkn on the 
biiea. or laldng a baking soda bath are 
good ways lo slop the itching. 

She said some people's body che- 
mistfy does attract more bugs than 
odKcs. If you are one of ihoae people 
which dnws bugs, she recommends 
you avoid wearing bright colon, 
whfch atiiacts inaeds. iPd don't wear 
perfume, or use perfkned soup or 
shampoo during the sunnier mooths, 
as this also draws biting insects. 

Sunscreens without heavy per- 



(Nofthwn UqjM PIioIo) 

fumes should also be used. 

*1 also heard recendy that if you 
eat a kN of banasias, the scent of your 
body after endog bananas actt as a 
kind of repefleat This may be a 
wives' tale, but anything is worth a 
ny." 

Flnally, she said people widi sensi- 
tive skin or allergies should lest bug 
rqieDent on a small patch of sidn 
before liberally applying it, to avoid 
an advene reaction. 

She also reminded penrie dial ttiey 
abaolutdy cannot get AIDS, malaria 
or odier serious diseases from mos- 
quito bites. 



However, if you are hunting or 
walking in long grass and in the 
woods, you shoukl tuck your pants 
into your socks, and wear kxig sleeve 
shins, and a hat, to avoid getting ticks 
on your skin, she said. Deer ticks in 
paitKular cany Lyme disease, which 
is a serious disease, although it is 
relatively rare in New BrunswKk. 

ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERY 

Claire Paulin of Petit Rocher North 
said she found die best bug repellent 
in the worid, purely by accident 

Tour years ago. I had tried every- 
Uiing. and nothing wu working. So I 
went hunting in my fiidge to see what 
I could come up widi, and there was a 
bottle of cod liver oil, so I put that on. 
The bugs suyed away completely." 

Mn. Paulin sakl she wouldn't use 
cod liver oil when going to a garden 
futv or outdoor barbecue, but when 
she has 10 do gardening or yard work, 
she puts the cod liver oil on her arms, 
and combs a little bit dirough her hair. 

Teople just go yvck when they 
hear its cod liver oil, but it really, 
really works, and a small bit goes s 
long way. 1 am still using die same 
bottle I used four yean ago. It's good 
for the skin, water soluble, and 
fiiendly to die environment What 
more could you want?" 

Mn. Paulin sakl she dnught her 
cod liver oil cure wouM "qwead like s 
bushfire." but it seems peo|4e are 
reluctant to use it because of the 
negative connotation about the fish 
OiL 

Doady Armstrong, owner of 
Oliver's Gardens in Bathunt, sug- 
gests aoodier smelly cure — rubbing 
garlic ou your skin. ApparenUy die 
bugs are naoually repealed by die 
scent of die garlk. 

A more sweet-smelling cure of- 
fered by the kxad hortk»hurist is 
tiiddng a dryer sheet under your hat. 
around your neck, or inskle your 
shiiL 



Others in city are not 
immune to flooding, either 



. (ConUnncd flrom page 2A) 

I bnjjitup yalire. elminaie «tt badi- 
noms bek>w ground level, and cap 
itf fkxr dnins. 

Local plumbing firms coMaded by 
The Northern Light Tbesday estimate 
die cost of diis wcric at anywhere 
from $1,000 to $S.00a 

Freddie Boudreau of 816 Dooakl 
Ave. nkl even if doing everything 
die city suggested did slop die water 
firom coming into one basement, it 
wouU just make die problem worse 
for someone else. 

"All duit does is push the problem 
on a neighbor, creating a worse 
problem for someone else. I was tokl 
dial back-up valves are just a source 
of trouble on DonakI Avenue, and 



prohabl> ^os'uwork,", . , „ . . 

Mr. Boudreau said if Bie city 
corrected the problem once and for 
all, he would be willii« loahMKh his 
financial ka on the DHt two floods, 
just for die piece or mind. He was 
alflMit ki lean as he talked about the 
problem. 

Other city residents were not im- 
mune to Ibe flooding, either. A few 
homes on CNeif Avenue had 
flooded basements, as well as one 
home 00 Manay Avenue. Rmd Her- 
mann of the diy engineering deputr 
mentsakl diii flooding was caaaed 
because of an overioad on the system. 

Doiolhy Berry of 746 O'Hdl 
Avenoe sakl her baaement flooded, 
but die situadon wu not bad, because 
she and her husband. Ross, were 



home at die time. She also sakl diere 
are no carpets downstairs, because 
die basement floods quite oftea 

*1t's not very nk» becaaae of 
course you always worry when 
you're away dial your basement is 
flooding." 

That IS eucdy what has happened 
to Rev. John Ron, pastor of Bayview 
United Baptist Church, and his fam- 
ily, who are cnirentlv on vacation ki 
Qqx Breton. The Ross Cimily are 
moviiw to die United Stales at die end 
of July, and many of their belongings 
were packed in boxes in the 

Coi^giticn mennben were in the 
parsonage, located on O'Netl Av- 
enue, on Ttiesday, unpacking die 
boxes and salvaging what they could 



Council tempers flare over expenses 



Monday's special Bathurst dty 
couiKil meeting was reminiscent of 
die more turbulent meetkigs in 1993. 

lUs dispute arose at die end of die 
meeting, when Mayor Ken Renette 
staled he hu final approval over dw 
officials attending avk events, tt 
seenu die item wu placed on the 
agenda after counciUor Oaire Wilt 
attended a recent Badiurst Chamber 
of Commerce luncheon. 

CoundDor Wilt wu die only dty 
council member to attend die meet- 
ing. She submitted her expense report 
so she could be reimbursed for $15 
for the luncheon. 

"It's die prindpal of the Mag. I'm 
fed up of being hdd up agaoist the 
wall m the back room, eveiy time 
some oouncflkn want somediing, 
diey just pressure a consensus," said 
Mayor Frenette in a Tuesday 
interview. 

"I have a say in how this city nms 
its business, loo. I'm bringing the 
stuff i» die back room out in die 
open." 

At the regular meeting of Nov. IS, 
1993, coundllon pused a motion 
alknving all memben of council to 
attend all future luncheons of the 
Bathurst Chamber of Conuncroe. 
Therefore, Mn. Witt wu widiin her 
right, according to die draft resolu- 
tion, to attend the June 29 luncheon. 

However, the mayor said diis wu 



an unnecessary expendittire, consid- 
ering diere wu no guest speaker at 
die hmcheon, and this particalar 
meeting wu "not Uiat impoftant" 
Mayor Frenette then chastised die 
councilkn dial if diey truly want to 
be coat-oonsdous, dicy wouU not be 
spending tax payer doOan on un- 
necessary expenses. 

He dien toU Mrs. Wilt dial she 
attended die luncheon widnot proper 
audiorization, and dial if anyone 
attended die meeting, it should have 
been councilkv Boo Anderson, die 
council liaiaon for the local chamber. 

Afkr diat, the mayor scolded De- 
puty Mayor Orsham Wiseman for 
chewing gum ata council meeting. In 
return, Mr. y^aeroan took a crack at 
die mayor for his own exoeu 

CXfffflHf I- 

lifr. Wiseman said die mayor 
should not be spending money on 
hiring a ooosaliant to write speeches, 
nor sfaouU he have had a cellular 
phone on his expense account 

"As fJsr u I'm concerned, you are 
one of die worst abusers," Mr. Wise- 
man toU Ihe mayor. 

Mayor RrenetiB reioried diat he no 
kx^er had die ceOutar phone, and 
dutt if Mr. Wiseman wu so ttlented 
at writing kng speeches in Ftench 
and English, pmips he would Toiun- 
leer to help out 

Hie mayor also mentioned Mr. 



Wisemanpntting preasure on die dty 
clerk's ofnce to wiito some bilingual 
speeches before hit June trip to Sl 
Aubin sur Mer. FIranoe. 

The current practice is for coundl- 
kn and die mayor to have someone 
from die city clerk's office write die 
speech, usiiw die the council mem- 
ber's kku. However, often die dty 
clerk's office is too busy to take care 
of all die speech writing demands, so 
the Mayor hkes a consuhant on 
occassion. 

Mayor Ftenette said if Mr. Wise- 
man wu aokig to point an accusatory 
finger at him, dien die Mayor wouM 
bring up some of Mr. Wiseman's 
expenses, such u "trips to Frederic- 
ton for two, dvee days." 



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The Norihem Light. Wed., July 6, 1994 — 3A 

Mill talks on hold 



Contract talks at the Stone Con- 
tainer (Canada) Inc. mill are on hold 
for a couple of weeks. 

"We're not done, but the talks 
aren't going on right now," said 
Jean-Marc Thibodeau, president of 
the Communications, Energy and 
Paperworkers' Union of Canada 
Local 120. 

Mr. Thibodeau was commenting 
on why the contract talks at the kx:al 
pulp and paper mill stopped in the 
afternoon of June 28. 

Mr. Thibodeau stressed the con- 
tract talks did not break off, but are 
put on hold until "some things are 
done," and "some issues are looked 
into." He said he hoped union and 
management could sit down again in 
a couple of weeks. 



Mr. Thibodeau declined lo com- 
ment on how the contract talks were 
proceeding, and to give any details on 
the key issues in the negotiation, 
because of a media blackout. 

Management and union officials 
sat down at the negotiating table the 
morning of June 28, lo recommetKC 
talks on a new contract agreement. 

Previously, negotiations had been 
suspended since February, when 
work with a provincial conciliator did 
not result in a signed contract. 

All unionized workers at the mill 
have been without a contract since 
June 30, 1993, when their three-year 
contract expired. This means the 
approximately 300 workers have 
been without a contract for just over a 
year. 



Bathurst is below N.B. 
average when it comes 
to transfer payments 



By the Ottawa Bureau 
Thomson News Service 

Bathurst resklents were slightly 
more dependent on transfer payments 
from governments in 1992, receiving 
an average $3172 in payments for 
every $100 of employment income. 
Statistics Canada reported last week. 

Transfer payments to the city 
increased about three per cent in 
1992. up from $31.78 a year earlier. 

But city residents collected an 
average $4.48 less in transfer pay- 
ments tiian the average for die pro- 
vince. New Bninswkk residents re- 
ceived an average $37.20 in 1992 
transfer payments. The federal 
agency gadiered the transfer figures 
from 1992 income tax returns. 

Transfer pavments are composed 
of taxable and non-taxable income. 
Non-taxable income includes social 
assistance, worken' compensation 
and spousal allowances. Taxable in- 



come includes unempbyment insur- 
ance, federal and provincial tax cre- 
dits, and penskm benefits. 

Fusion benefits nude up 52. 1 per 
cent of all transfer payments in 1992. 
Non-taxable income and tax credits 
made up die second largest portion of 
transfen. Unemployment insurance 
benefits had the third largest share of 
payments. 

Bathurst residents received the 
largest share of their transfer pay- 
ments from unemployment insur- 
ance, with an average $9.90 of 
transfers going to UI benefits. 

Residenu of Bathurst were more 
dependent on transfers than many 
other cities in the province. 

In Fredericton. for instance, the 
average transfer payment per $100 of 
income earned was $24.74. Moncton 
resklents collected $30.62 in trans- 
fers. Saint John received an average 
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EDITORIAL 

Dirty water 

During the budget process last September, Bathurst city 
council decided to allocate only $50,000 for the Donald 
Avenue storm sewer line extension, in the 1994 budget. 
Now, it seems some councillors are washing their hands of 
their responsibility in helping make that decision — 
whether it was a wise one or noL 

To completely repair the Donald Avenue situation, it 
would cost an estimated $450,000. This is money the city 
just does not have at this time, hence the September decision 
to pay for the work in phases. 

However, some council members now seem to be taking 
advantage of a sorry situation to win pre-municipal election 
brownie points. 

At Monday's special public council meeting, a number of 
councillors expressed their sympathy for the residents who 
were flooded out by Friday's heavy rain, and said they want 
"the city" to find a solution to the problem. 

There is a simple solution: allocating the necessary funds 
to fix the problem once and for all. City councillors knew 
what the solution was well before the Canada Day incident, 
especially since it was almost an exact repeat of the June 28, 
1993 flooding. Where was the action behind their pretty, 
consoling words at budget time? 

"The city" is not some vague administrative entity. The 
true power lies with the 10 members sitting around the city 
council table. These 10 people were the ones who made the 
decision to allocate only $50,000 this year for Donald 
Avenue, and these are the people who should accept full 
responsibility for that decision now. 

The fact of the matter is, the residents of Donald Avenue 
live in fear every time it rains. Going away on holiday is no 
holiday, because they fret about whether their basements 
will be flooded with sewer water when they return. It is also 
a clearly a health hazard, having black sewer water flood 
into your home. As one resident expressed during the 
flooding, "God only knows what's in that water.' 

It is easy for the city administration to say, c^^) your 
drains, install a back-up valve, and do not have bathrooms 
below ground level. 

First of all, such work is estimated to cost between $1 ,000 
and $5,000. Secondly, it doesn't always work (as one 
resident discovered July 1.) Thirdly, it doesn't fix the 
problem — it just forces the water into someone else's 
basement. 

Most importantly, such measures hold these homeow- 
ners hostage. They cannot have finished basements, as 
residents in other subdivisions can enjoy, so it reduces their 
living space, and revenue from basement apartmqits, which 
the city allowed to be built in the first place. It also reduces 
the value of property on E)onald Avenue. Who would want 
to buy a home that floods whenever there is a heavy 
rainfall? 

Donald Avenue residents are tired of the political 
rhetoric and lip service being paid to their serious problem. 
Even after a year of legal proceedings, they have yet to be 
vindicated for poorly-planned city engineering in the 
1950s, when the subdivision was being built 

As one resident said, she feels dirty. That feeling will not 
just come out in the wash, until some serious action is taken. 
If council decides that action is to do the project in phases, 
then they should live with that decision. 

At least Donald Avenue residents would know they have 
a city council that doesn't talk out of both sides of its mouth. 

MP Breau was named 
Fisheries Minister in '84 



Research projects need justification 



Flashback 

Events from th« archlvM 
of The Northern Ught 



40 YEARS AGO 
July 1954 

Playing at the Capitol Theatre on 
the new, giant wide screen is 
M.G.M.'s tremendous 10-star dnuna, 
Executive Suite, with William Hol- 
den, June Allyson, Barbara Stan- 
wyck, Frederic March, Walter Pid- 
geon, Shelley Winten. Paul Douglas 
and l>ouis Calhem. Playing at the 
Kent Theatre is that heart-throb Tony 
Curtis in The Ail-American. 



As political ideas go. that's a rather 
appealing one from Refonn MP Ted 
White, who thinks that researchers 
receiving govenunent money shoukl 
have to jiutify their projects. 

Mr. White whouM like to see the 
researchers called before a par- 
liamentary committee to explain just 
how taxpayers can expect value for 
their money. 

Many of us would like to see diis. 
Quite apart from the possibility of 
saving money, we might also get fiill 
value in terms of entertainmenL 
Some of the $92 millicn that Ottawa 
hands out for social science and 
hununities research appears, en the 
surface at least, to have some dubious 
value. 

Ftir instance, we could use a bit of 



Political Scene 



By STEWART MmLEOO 



elaboation on that $49,000 grant for 
a study of the social history ol slavery 
on the Caribbean island of SL Barth- 
elemy in the 18th and 19th centuries. 

No doubt it's of immense interest 
to the researcher involved, but it's 
extremely unlikely lending libraries 
will be rushing to get copies of the 
report 

The Canadian Taxpayers Federa- 
tion 4)erfonned a valuable public 
service when it listed all the grants — 



three full pages of them. And a 
spokesperson for the organization 
has suggested that anyone outraged 
by the projects should write his or her 
member of ParliamenL 

Unless Mr. White geu his wish and 
a committee is fanned, there is 
probably very little indivkhial MP's 
can do about the gmnis, except 
embarrass the Social Sdencei and 
Humanities Research Council that 
handles the funding 

While only $16,000 was spent on 
an investigation of "attacks on aristo- 
cratic behavior in ISth ceninrv Bri- 
tain," one woukl think that infotma- 
tion is already available in some of 
the betta Brittish Ittxaries. 

Hie same conk! be sakl about the 
S36.O0O of freshwater fisheries in 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

Poor concert turnout means 
no donation to civic centre 



This letter goes out to one and all. 

On June 8 and 9. the local musical 
group Friends in Song put on a 
two-evening musical presentation in 
the hopes of raising funds for the new 
civic centre. Starting last November, 
this group began preparing for this 
show. A kit (^ hand woric and time 
went into this project 

Akxig with this, the Badiurst Kins- 
men Club took care of all the adver- 
tising, which started one month pria 
to the first show, to ensure as many 
people as possible would be made 
aware of what was going on, and 
why. 

Well, as it turned out, when the 



curtaiiu tniened upon both these 
evenings, the overwhelming support 
from the general public was not there. 
All the enoft frotn so many individu- 
als, would turn out to be 
unrewarding. 

The result is what could have been 
a sizable donatkm, on behalf of 
Friends in Song and the Bathurst 
Kinsmen Gub, will not come to Iw. 

This letter is intended to inform the 
general public as Ki what look place, 
and explain why there are no funds to 
make any kind of donation. We 
woukl like to thank all who supported 
us. 

As to why the turnout was not 



greater, we may never know. It couU 
be a number of things: ticket prkes, 
timing, other coounilinents. 

Or. maybe the reality just hasn't 
sunk in y^ — that being not abk to 
see that the new civic centre is a go, 
even though right now all we tee » a 
hole in the groond and no actual 
bamework as of yet 

For whatever the reason, there will 
be others who will tiy to do what they 
can to help raise funds for this 
worthwhile pn^^ect My only hope is 
that they are more socoessfitl than we 
were. 

Donat LcCoaffe, president 
Bathnrst iOiiamca Qnb 



Impressed with how city police 
handled situation in driveway 



f EMor'a Moat: TIM foiowinff li an opMi 
MtM- 1» CMM Ltawrf Atm^nng ol tht 
Bathunt CMjr Pole:) 

As you know. I live adjacent to the 
Bathurst High School, qiecifically 
next to the teacher-student parking 
kit 

During graduation ceremonies 
June 24. hundreds of cars fkxided the 
area. One in paiticuiar parked his 
truck across my back driveway, de- 
spite the fact my car was silting there 
in plain view and there is a No 
Parking sign. I could not get out! 

I telephoned the police and was 
toU by a polite dispatcher. Tanya 
Boucher, that I could have the truck 
towed. 1 resisted because that woukl 
make me as much an ass as the otha 
person. Ms. Boucher then dispatched 
Cst Allan WiUeU to investigate. He 



then telephoned me aixl suggested he 
had a problem. If he ticketed the truck 
owner, he would have to ticket the 
seven other can parked in this No 
Parking zone. We both felt this un&ir 
since it was, after all. Graduation 
Day. But this dkl not excuse the 
ignorance of the truck driver. 

He then toM me he would take the 
licence plate and speak to the driver. I 
accepted that and waited for quite a 
while to finally get out (Oh. yes: I dkl 
scoich-iapea ooier angry note to the 
driverdde window!) 

My point is, however, in the 
manner in which this seemingly 
unimponant situation was handled bjf 
your staff. Bod) Ms Boucher and Cst 
Willelt were most polite, concerned 
and controlled during the entire epi- 



sode. For that I conunead your staff. 
While the matter mav seem unim- 
portant at first glance, it denotes the 
high decree of piafesskxialisn used 
for a father mundane situation. This 
is what good poUce work is an about 
If the little things are done fight, then 
when all hell breaks looae, that 
ingninedpfXifessnnaUsni will rise to 
the occaskxi and m^jor tasks are 
handled to the betterment of all 
concerned. 

?S. Aflcr the truck led Mme 
other penon in a car parked in the 
same vacant spot before I had had a 
chance to escape. I just sooicb-iaped 
another note and waited — again. 

Rny Doncct 
Bathmt 



Wild Bill's passing is boxing's loss 



t was with sadness dial I noted the 
passing of my friend, "Wild" Bill 
Hudon. Not only dkl I know Bill, it 
was my privilege and honor to induct 
Bill into the Qnadian Boxing Hall of 
Fame on May 12. 1990. 

Doing boxing research on Bill was 
easy. He helped all he coukl. and 
histtxy dkl die rest At induction 
time, die director of the hall, die late 
boxing great Tony Unitas. of Tor- 
onto, was die one to hand him his 
hardware. Bill qxned his crest and 
pin etc. wid) remarkable pride. 

The ni^ht of his induction, many of 
Bill's fnends were on hand in a 
variety of cqiaciUes. The astute and 
energetk: Bathum city councillor 
Keith LoupeUe (then die d^ty 
mayor) told us all what Bill meant to 
Bathurst while former boues gave 
us memorable anecdotes. Bill was in 
his gkxy. causing a great roar in die 
hall on relating his fears in sparring 
widi Yvon Durelle. 



A former pro (with some 35 
etublished bouts to hsi credit). Bill 
had four "Van" aninst Mondcn 
boxer Tiger Pyle — for sure on hand 
on Bill's Ug night In EKt it was die 
tenackws liger who pot me on Bill's 
trail, initially, as a candklate. 

The last time I ttw Bin, almost one 
year ago, he told me he had healdi 
problems. As usual, he was a judge 
that day, in Mondon. BiU easity 
stood out in die place, his bright 
blazer calling out his name. 

As for his abilities as coach, diose 
were not in questkn (diough BiU had 
his occssional detractor). At ring 
apron. Bill worked on conscience as 
weU u know-how. As he explained it 
to me. I had no reason to questkMi it 

Some people love endeavon. BiU 
lived and breadwd boxiiw. As noted 
in diis paper, folkiwing his passing, 
BiU was always on top of dimgs. On 
one occasion, he sent me vital infor- 
mation, something which later 



proved pivotal in my assessment of a 
particuttr situatkn. The original 
louice? JUfig magazine, an old issue. 

If Bin was a character, his wife. 
Martha, was a treasure: always con- 
genial, always a joy to be aioand. To 
see one was to see die odier. 

Boxkig has kM a fifienl So has 
Bathmt So hM the ptovince^ So hu 
Canada. So it win read for a kng time 
to come. 

Thank you for diis space. Bin ain't 
punchin' no more, bat thoae who 
loiew him kived him, and take op die 
fight 

Rkhard Doiron 
Rofcnvflle 



medieval Europe. 

One diat catches die eye Is s 
$95,000 grant for die study of the 
"resobition of unfinished emotkxial 
busineu widi a significant odier." 

Admittedly, the total $92 milUon 
being nent is not a highly significant 
figure in terns of our national debt 
but every little million counu diese 
days. 

There may be some fiKinating 
dilnn to be learned bxm that 
$201,000 study of die "changkig mode 
of reproduction among die lesetded 
fongen of Kedah. Makiysia.'' but 
we'U probably never know. 

Changing patterns of land tenure 
in Kenya and Tuzania.'' at $79,000, 
is not one diat seems particalariy 
exciting to the average unemidoyed 
Canadian. But until Mr. White geu 
his pailianientary commitiec we 
can't be sure. 

If a committee is strtck, it 
woukln't be svfptising if it atttacied 
fitirly large audiences. It's not easy to 
get good vahie for your eaienakiineiK 
doUar diese days. Why, tint could 
even be a smaU admission charge — 
perhaps enough tooover dial $73,000 
stiKly of "a^ of Boiotia." 

As Piene Trodeau might have 
sakl, where is Boiotia. 



Last call! 



If you are a 1984 graduate from 
Bathurst High School (or know 
someone who is) and we haven't 
recehred vonr response yet, please 
return it tmmediaiely. 

We must have your answer, va or 
no. on or before JiUy 10 (diat s dtis 
coming Sunday!). We need to give 
cateren the number of people 

If we have not received your 
regisiiation fee by July 10. you wiU 
not be able to attend die fnnctkms. 
Please maU or drop off your response 
to Klcsten (Duncan) Eddy. 850 
Btidge St. BadHtst NB. E2A 1X3. 
telephone 548-9698. 

Klntcn Eddy 
Bathurst 

A principal 
thank you 

Once agam, die school year has 
come to an end. 

We woukl like lo express a big 
diankyon toan die volunteers who 
have so wfllingly donated some of 
dieir valuable tune to die benefk of 
die toidents of South Bathnrst 
E le m e nt ary School 

Dufiog die iMst year, many aciivjs 
ties at school requfaed the kdp of 
parents and otiien. TUs warden 
oeely. in exceu of 300 hooi per 
mondi. for such activities as Read 
Cuada. book fairs, classroom read- 
ing, school trips, and classroom 
activities. 

We have had a busy and successful 
year whfch was made possible widi 
your donation of time. 

F^raads Gogaen, principal 
South Bathurat Blcnacatary 

Thanks bowlers 

As die Bathurat Bowiarama Ool- 
den Age Program Director, I woukl 
like to dank each and every member 
for my year, and fat attnidiiig die 
banouet on May 19. 

Alsok I would Uke to take dris 

opportunity once again to diank die 

Ladies AuxiUary for a job wen done. 

Sharon Caaaiadiani 

Bathant 

Motor vahfeias account for mora 
than % of th« nitrogan oxWas that 
contributa to ackl rain. 



20 YEARS AGO 
July 1974 

Teachen are assured diere is no 
cause for concern about the new 
French-language prc^ram being of- 
fered in School Dutrict 4 at Superior 
and Sacred Heart Schools. 

Teachen were assured diey would 
not kise their jobs because of die 
program, offering French courses. 
10 YEARS AGO 
July 19S4 

Fisheries Minister Herb Breau ad- 
mits it wiU be lough fdling Romeo 
LeBlaiK's shoes as a cabinet minister 
responsible for New Brvnswkk. 

The Gloucester MP for 16 years, 
Mr. Breau was one of five new 
ministen named to John Turner's 
cabinet He repfaices Pierre DeBane, 
who was appointed to die Senate. 



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Beresford celebrated July 1 
with new logo, park opening 



The Northern Light. Wed.. July 6. 1994 — 5A 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Nortfaern Light Staff 

Beresford celebaied Canada Day 
widi a special enthusiasm diis vear. 

The fastest slowing town in New 
Bnuiswick cetebiaied iu lOdi an- 
niversary, in coniunction with its 
Canada Day celebrations. The an- 
nivenary festivities began widi die 
unveiling of die new town logo at die 
municipal buildiog. 

Mayor Real Boudreau. assisted by 
die first mayor of Beresford, WiUied 
Fbuiem, and a number of councillars, 
unveiled die loeo and sk^^ Beret- 
ford: Capitale de 

I'Habitation/Housmg Capital. 

The slogan features a red and 
yellow sun rising over a blue roof, 
and die name Beresford in Uift red 
letten. Under the name Beresford, 
diere are blue waves, and the slogan. 
Capital de I'Habitation/Housing 
CapitaL 

the logo was designed by Via 
Madnm, die Madran-based public 
relations consulting firm. 

In an interview before die unveil- 
ing. Mayor Boudreau explained this 



is die first dnie die town has ever had 
a logo. It is different dian the town's 
coat of arms, which remains as it is. 
"Like Bathunt has the phantom 
ship as its logo, we have this logo, 
promoting die building industry in 
Beiesford. We have evervthing peo- 
ple need to build and complete 
furnish their homes, inside and out" 

Mayor Boudreau explained die 
rising sun represents die rising entre- 
preneurial spirit of dK youth of 
Beresford, and the dawningof new 
opportunities for the town. The blue 
rooftop represents die upward qiirit 
of optimism in die community, and 
the economic revitalization from 
building. The red type for Beresford 
is meant to show dw collective spirit 
of achievement in die community, 
while the blue waves rqiresent the 
Bay of Chaleur and the sea. 

He said this logo will be used to 
rqxtsetit the Town of Beresford on 
promotional material, and in odier 
such capacities. 

Also on Canada Day. Mayor 
Boudreau officially opened the new 
Pare de la Paix. or Peace Pailc. 



located adjacent to die Beresford 
Shopping Mall. Aldiough die park 
was completed last September, die 
official opening was postponed until 
Canada Day. so it could be pan of die 
overall celebrations. 

The park is approximately a qnar- 
ta of an acre laige. and surrounds the 
already-standing ccnoa^ih memorial, 
in remembrance of the death of war 
veterans bom Beresford. 

Mayor Boudreay said it cost 
$33,000 to plant ^rass, trees and 
shrubs in the park, install walkways, 
put in new flag poles, and add park 
benches. 

The BaUiurst Richelieu Club do- 
nated $10,000 to the project, because 
die dieme of peace fits in well with 
die Richiliev club's goal of brodier- 
hood and friendship, said the mayor. 

Mayor Boudreau said diere is no 
playground equipment in die park, 
because it is intended for use by 
senion and people in search of a quiet 
park u> sit and enjoy. 

There are odwr parks nearby 
where children can play on swings, 
and other playground equipment 



Bishop announces changes in diocese 



The Bishop of Badiurst, Bishop 
Andr6Rkhard, hu made die follow- 
ing appointinents for the dioceae, 
effective in August 

Three Eodist priests, Fadier G€r- 
ard Lecomte, Fr. Ouy Loisd and Ft. 
Donald Patent will serve die ptfishes 
of SMppagan. le Goulet, Inkerman 
and PoiKmoucbe, said a release. 

Rev. Claude Pinet and Rev. Regent 
Landry will joindy serve the parishes 



of Lemeque, Petite Rivitee-de-L'Ile, 
Saint-RaphaCl-sue-mer and Pigeon 
HilL 

Rev. Fortunat McGraw to die 
parishes of N^guac, Covedell, La- 
gac^ville and Lavillette. 

Rev. David Ferguson to the par- 
ishes of Grande Aiue and St Lfolin. 

Rev. Ronald Roy will be pastor at 
St Isidore and minister to Saint- 
binte. 



Rev. Eddy NoCl is new pastor in 
tracadie. 

Rev. Edmond Thdriault will be on 
leave for studies. 

Rev. Marc Hach6 and Jean-Gilles 
Hach6 are on sick leave. 

R<v. Yvon Sirois, Benolt Rioux 
and ElpM^ Chiasson are retiring. 

Semuianans Laurent Chiasson ami 
Serge Comeau will respectively 
vrark at Sheila and Lower Caraquet 
for dieir pastoral internship. 





Chaleur region 

proud to be 

Canadian 

Various Canada Day cekbntions 
were held in die Chakur rMion on 
Frkky. In die top photo. Belledune 
Mayor Andy Flanagan greeted his 
nephew, eight-mondi old Michael 
Mnrchie, aind his brother-in-law, 
Gnmt Murchie of Dalhousie, follow- 
ing a Canada Day parade. At left, 
Andrew MacDonald. 7. enjoyed a hot 

SI at Coronation Park i Badiurst, 
ore the heavy rainfall drove 
everyone home, and prematurely en- 
ded die Badiurst festivities. Andrew 
is die son of Nkole and Teny 
MacDonald of Badiurst Below, 
members of die cokir party of die 
Petit Rocher Royal Canadian Lesion 
Branch 100 inarched in the fuss 
during a Canada Day ceremony, had 
at die cenotaph outside die Petit 
Rocher cadiecual. 

(Norlhwn Ughl Photos) 





Nathalie Bertin crowned Miss Bay of Chaleur 

Nadialie Bertin (seated) was crowned Miss Bay of Chaleur June 29 at die Petit Rocher Arena, one of die highlights 
of die Festival des Rameurs. Nadialie's court consists of Retide Morrison (ri^tX first princess and Miss Friendship; 
and Annik Arseneau, second princess. Nadudie, 16, is die daughter of MajelU Bertm and Gdralda Aub6 of Petit 
Rocher, Rende, 17. is die dau^ta of Guy and Suzanne Morrison of Beresford; and Aimik. 17, is the daughter of Pierre 
and Gerakla Aneneau of Peut Rocher. There were 1 2 pageant contestants in alL Festival des Rameurs. Petit Rocher 's 
annual summer festival, ran from June 29 dutwgn July 3. 

(Nontwrn tight Photo) 

Country music, touch football 
planned for Bathurst festival 



There will be somediing for every- 
one at this year's new and imprwed 
Badiurst Summer Festival. 

Some of die activities plaruied for 
July 22. 23. and 24 include a retail 
tent downtown, and a Frolic Riche- 
lieu tent Both will be set up on die 
vacant Kent property on Mam Street 
said a release from the Bathurst 
Summer Festival organizing 
committee. 

There will also be bowline tourna- 
ments for yoiith, seniors, oisabled 
persons, and mixed teams, held at die 
Badiurst Bowlarama. 

If a business After Hours is more 
your speed, one is planned for the 



Bathurst Marina. 

Country faiu will also have their 
fill of fun, with a counby hoedown at 
die Badiurst SupeiMall parking lot, 
and a Debbie Myers night at die 
Bathurst Marina. 

Sports-minded folks can check out 
a touch football tournament at 
Youghall Beach. Meanwhile, shop- 
ping enthusiasts can scope out the 
Bathurst Farmers' Market food fur, 
with activities for kids, or a giant 
rummage sale, or an old-fashioned 
family bazaar, and sidewalk 
bookfair. 

Pet kivers can enter the furry 
family friend in a dog show, cat 



show, or horseshow. There will also 
be an outdoor family barbecue with 
celebrity durdc tank, and downtown 
beergardens. The Merry Go Round 
Band will be there to entertain the 
children and adults, and diere will 
also be a parade. 

The release stated a calendar of 
events should be out soon, with 
details of times, places and event 
sponson. In the meantime, interested 
people can call festival headquarters 
on die second floor of die Bathunt 
Supermall at 548 4248. to get dieir 
sununer festival T-shirt for S 10, taxes 
included, or stop by The Northern 

Ught. 



Belledune linedancers boot-scoot 
to No. 2 finish at Atlantic Jam '94 



The Belledune Super Villagers 
boot-scooted their way to a second- 
place finish at Adantic Jam '94 
Saturday. 

Tive of die seven judges came up 
to us afkr the competition was over, 
and told us diey marked us u first, 
but somehow we ended up second, so 
I toU die girU we should so home 
widi second, and be proud of it," said 
Roland Jaillet. choreographer for die 
country line dancing QDupe. 

Mr. Jaillet owns and operates 
Roland's WorU of Country Line 
Dance in Bathurst 

The Belledune Super Villagen 
earned die right to compete in what 
was billed as the worid's largest 
country line dance competition at 
Parlee Beach in Shediac, after plac- 
ing first at a provincial competition in 
Moncton June 26. 



The Parlee Beach competition was 
part of Adantic Jam '94, a two-dav 
outdoor country music concert head- 
lined by Tanya Tucker and Brooks 
and Dunn. 

"Even though we phced second, 
we had a great time. We got to see all 
the concerts for free, and we got 
wonderful T-shirts, and won SSOO to 
buy some new hats," said Mr. JaiUec 

"We are just as happy as clams.** 

Mr. Jaillet said die Super Villagen 
plan on entering upcoming cotmtry 
line dance competitions in Oromocto 
and Nova Scotia. They may perform 
their original dance, die Funl^ Cow- 
boy, choreographed by Mr. Jaillet to 
the song of die same name, by U.S. 
country artist Ronnie McDowell. 
However. Mr. Jaillet may choreo- 
graph an even more challenging 



original cotmtry line dance, set to 
another song. 

"We are going to knock dieir socks 
off die next time we sec diem," said 
Mr. Jaillet, referring to die E^- 
moudi, N.S. team who won die 
competition. Dartmouth did a stan- 
dard country line dance, and did not 
have any coshunes, unlike die Belle- 
dune Super Villagers, who had an 
original dance, and costiunes. 

At first, die girls wandered why 
we didn't win. widi five of seven 
judges telling us we should have 
plaoBd first All the judges were from 
Nova Scotia, and a Nova Scotia team 
won, but we all wanted to show diem 
we were good sports in northern New 
Brunswick." 

Mr. Jaillet also plans to organize a 
provincial workshop and competition 
ui Badiurst Uiis fall. 




THREE SISTERS CELEBRATE 25th ANNIVERSARY 

Three sisters married 25 years ago on July 5. 1 969 at 4:00 p.m. The cererrwny was celebrated by the late 
Rev. Adelard Arseneau at the Sacred Heart Cathedral. 

Anne Marie, Yvette and Ida Arseneau are the daughters of the late Arthur Arseneau and Jeanne DArc 
(Gionet) Arseneau. 

Michael Hachey, William Lavigne and Dale Smith were the grooms. 

The brides are three of eleven children. They were married at the same celebation. 

The Arseneau family, Jeanne D'Arc Arseneau (Mother) Gerald Arseneau, Jeannine Arseneau, Priscilla 
(Arseneau) Roach, Alfred Arseneau. Theresa (Arseneau) Ouellette, Andr6 Arseneau, Alice Arseneau and 
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Beresford officially opens new park 

With a mtp of the ribbon. Beresford Mayor Red Boudreau declared ihe new Plic de b P»ix (^^ 
adjacent to the Beresford Shopping Mall, officially open on Friday. The park was opened as put of die town'iCanada 
Etay festivities July 1. which tied in wiUi die town's lOth annivenary. Pictured bom ieft Roland Aub6. town 
councillor, Raoul Charest: councillor, Wilfred Poulem. Tnt mayor of Beresford; Mayor Boudreau; Aldeo Duguay, 
president of die Badiurat Richelieu Club: Eric Boudreau. coundllor, Roger Senechal. governor of Richelieu 
International for Northern New Brunswick; and Maryse Boudreau, president of the Beresford Downtown 
Development Corporation. (Moithwn Uoht Photo) 

City no longer pussy-footing 
around with bylaw for cats 

Pet control bylaw amendment gets first reading 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
t<^rthcm Ught Staff 

One was reminded of the poptdar 
Nadonal Fdm Board cartoon, ''The 
Cat Came Back." at Monday's spe- 
cial meeting of Badiurst dty council. 

A bylaw to amend the animal 
control bylaw, which would allow 
die animal control oflioer lo trap 
pesky stray felines, at a property 
owner's reouest. was put on the dty 
council table — for the third time 
during diis council's dute-year term. 
This lime, the Tirst reading of die 
bylaw was approvQd. after much 
debate. 

*T am not going to support dua 
bylaw for die ddrd Sme diis has come 
to die table," said dq»ty mayor 
Graham Wiseman, a adf-professed 
cat k)ver. 

"This b coming back to hatmt me. 
There is no way 10 identify who owns 
die cat and die animal contPol offioa 
woukl oidy keq> diem for a day. 
before disposing of diem. It seems 
diere are two dilTerent treatments for 
animals: one for dogs, whicfa can be 
traced, and one for cats, which can't 
be traced." 

The amendment to the bylaw 
woukl allow die animal oootrol of- 
Hcer 10 choose to lrq> any stray cats, 
if asked by tbc prcpow owner, for a 
feeof $ia This fee tehidei the work 
10 trap die cat. die oKit/fhem^ iuid 
die fflnoaal of tha^feline after 24 
hours. However, it does not require 
die animal control officer to trap all 
itrav cats. 

(Jurrently. die animal control of- 
Ocer is not responsible for trapping 
stray cats. Instead, ajpraperw owner 
is required to place a $120 refundable 
deposit on a trap, and catdi die 
animal diemsdves. dien do widi it 
what diey will. No uapt have been 
rented firtm the dty, said city trea- 
surer Andrf Doucet 

CounciUor Bob Anderson ex- 
pressed hb conccm about the ndgh- 
bor who hales his or her ndghbor's 
feline digging in dieir garden, and 
chooses to have the cat trapped. 
widKMit lelUQg the pet owner. 

*T can tell yoa 99 times out of 100. 
die neighbor knows who die cat 
belongs to. The owner thouU be 
calle<C before die cat is done away 
widi. If we don't do that, we are goeig 
to get a k)t of caUs." 

Mr. Doucet explained it is difficult 
to call all ownen. if die cat does not 



have a tag on its collar. A prevuus 
bylaw teouiririg die registration of all 
cats in the dty was defeated at a 
meeting last December. 

CoundUon were evenly split oa 
die vote to approve die first reading. 
Councillon Harvey Boucher, Su- 
vana Boaca, John Duffy and Jay 
Merseieaa voted for die first reading, 
while counciUon Jack DeHaitre. 
Claire Wilt. Bob Anderson and de- 



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at 5 pjn., to halp anaura puMK 
cation tha following waak. 

TODAY 

-PaUic Health nonei wiD bold a well- 
child clinic today at die Dcpatmett of 
Hcahh and Cotnmonity Services. 16S St. 
Andrew St from 9 ajn. to 11 ajit. and 
from 1 pjn. to 3 p.m., at weQ aa on July 
12. 13. 19. and 20. A parmt mutt be 
preacnt for the child to have hit or her 
immunization. Appointmentt ihould be 
made one month in advance by callina 
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FRIDAY 

-The local chapter of AIDS New Bnint- 
wick will hold a Volunteer Appreciation 
Night at 7 p.m. at 1 80 Union St. This will 
be an evening of recognition to honor 
thoee who have tupiwned the local 
chapter, and to explain what AIDS N.B. 
do«s, in the hopes of recruiting new 
volanieen. 
SATURDAY 

--A carwash and berbecue will be held 
from 10 ajn. to 4 p.m. outside the 
Beresford Municipal Building. The event 
is being organized by the Beresford 
Alpinet Mixed Slowpitch LeMue to raite 
moniet to go to the provinciau in Monc- 
lon in September. 
MOmMY 

--The Parks. Recreation and Touritm 
depanment for the Citv of Bathurst it 
holding in annual Fun iMose today in the 
Bathunt Arena. The fiin begina at 9 a.m. 
to 1 1 a.m. for children ages 6 to 10, and 
from 2 p jn. to 4 p.m. for ditldren 1 1 to IS 
years old. For more information, call 
Terry Poirier at 348-0410. 



put^ mayor Graham Wiseman voted 
against die first reading. Councillor 
Keith LoupeUe wu absent from the 
meeting. 

Because of die split. Mayor Ken 
Frenelte had to cast the decidmg vote, 
and he voted in favor of die fint 
reading. 

The second and durd readings and 
enactment will take place at an 
upcoming council meeting. 



Break-in nets jail terms 



Three men are currently serving 
jail terms for their involvement in an 
April bceak-in on Lindsay Avenue. 

AntM Caisse of Rogersville, and 
Randy Laviolette and Eric Joliooeur. 
both of Campbditon, are all serving 
90-day jail sentences for their in- 
vfdvement in die robbery of the home 
of Bathurst businessman. JP. Suilds. 

During court appearances last 
week, die men also were given one 
year ptobadcn, and are required lo 
pay restitution of $1,000 each. 

In April, thieves broke into Mr. 
Surkis' home and stole several diou- 
sand dollars in gold onns, jeweby. 
and money. Several arrests were 



made by die Badiurst City Police, in 
connection with the break-in. 

These aneau inchided six voudis. 
who cannot be named under die 
Young OfTeodea Act. 

A toimh adult cfaargod in connec- 
tion widi die case, Ren6 MazeioUe of 
Allardville. win appear in court Mon- 
day at 1:30 pjn. for ekction and ple« 
on chai^ of break, enter and theft, 
dieft of a vehicle, and dieft of a 
licence plaie. Also, anodier young 
ofTender will also be going to court 
shortlv. in comectioa with this case. 

A Bathurst City Police spokennan 
said die investigation into die case is 
still ongoing, and more chaises may 
be laid. 



Firefighters to wash cars 
Saturday as a fund-raiser 



The Badiurst Fire DepaitmeiU ia 
holding its sixdi annual charity car- 
wash Saturday. 

The Badiunt Irving Car Wash on 
Sl Peter Avenue is the site of dua 
year's carwash. a raise money for 
die Muscubr Dystiophy Association 
of Canada. This u the Badiunt Fire 
Denartment's chosen charity. 

Since 1987, die k)cal fire depart- 
ment hu raised $6,000 for the char- 
ity, through car washes, shamrock 
sales, canister and foot stq> sales, and 
raffle tk±eu. 

In 1991, Badiurst was die only and 
first area to hold a Battle of the 
Badges competition between die po- 
lice and fire deparments in eastern 
Canada. Since dien. the program haa 
been modified and is now called the 
Lift for Life. Halifax heM die first 
event in 1993. 

Since die mid-1960s, die Badiurst 



Fire Department has had four muscu- 
lar dystrophy chairmen. The fint was 
Lionel S. Boucher, foik>wed by Jean 
Claude Dumas, DonaU Laflbley and 
currently, Fred Morrison. 

Donald Laffoiey became a fire 
fig)«er advisor for die association in 
Northen New Bninswidc. He was 
also honorary chainnan in 1991. 

All money raised by the Bathurst 
Ftre Dmrtment is sent to die 
MJ>A.C;. office in Halifax, and dien 
distributed back to nordiiem New 
Brunswick, to help meet die needs of 
people living with muscular 
dystrophy. 

MJ>. IS a chronic noncontagions 
disease which causes a person's 
muscles to completely deieriorue, 
eventually resulting in complete fai- 
capacitation. The muscle deteriora- 
tion is irreversible. There is no 
known cure for the disease, and die 
cause is abo unknown. 



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Putting out the welcome mat for tourists 

The Tourist Information Centre on Vanier Boulevard in Bathurst opened itt doon for die season on June 19. and 
heU an open house June 29. Guiding tourisu Crom die infcrmation centre diis summer will be dsht counsellon. They 
include, kneeliiig &om left, Dantn DeGrace and Daniel Robichaad. Back: Meredidi Wood (managerX Shelley 
Milton. Krista Chianon. and Carole Couuire (assistant manager). Mlasing from pholo are Alain Hach6 and Sara 
Monetle. (Neilham UgM Photo) 

Eastern Star annual expected 
to attract 600 visitors to city 



The 64di annual sesskn of die Gnuid 
Chapter of New BrunswkJc, Order of 
die Eastern Star, will be held at 
Badiurst High School Thursday 
through Satiinlay. 

The three-day session will be 
presided over by Hazel Harris, 
Wordiy Grand Matron, of Badiunt, 
and Rupert Sypher. Worthy Grand 
Patron, Dalhousie. 

Approximalely 600 delegates are 
expeiaed lo attend from all provinces 



in Caiuda and many states of die 
Uniied Stales. 

The session will open with a 
vesper service at 6: 1 S pjn. Thursday, 
conducted by local resident Rev. 
Ross Wiseman, of the United 
Church, win will soon be Idavi^g 
for a charfle in Newfoundland. This 
will be folkiwed by an official wel- 
come and greetings from civic, pro- 
vincial and masonic dignitaries. 

The next two days will be devoted 



to business, including nirscntation of 
annual r eport s and the g te ct Jon of 
officen. 'm instaOaiion of the Grand 
Officen for 1994-199S will oonchide 
die 



The Grand Chanter of New Brans- 
wkk b comprised of 32 cfaapten in 
various parts of die province. There 
are more duu 3,000 memben in dus 
iurisdiction, one of 39 duoughout 
North America. 



UCT Donates To Several Groups 




From Mt, Don Bwday and Franc* Cat4,ak)ng widi son OMarCoti-Sardayaoaaplad a oh«)uo tor I^SO. on 

of Camp Ectus. The monay wIR ba us«d to aand Oiiviar to camp iKHth an adra aupaniaor. Vaniaa Gbnat, 1 yaar old 
daughter of Laona Giorwt, racalvad a chaqua for $264 to attand oompatMona in Toronto, Ont., with Laa TourbHfona 
da Petit Rocher. Jack Smith accepted a chaqua for $1 50. on behalf of tha Canadian Institule of Matalurgy (C.I.M.) to 
purchase a 'Rock Box*. Suzanne Batiineau, raprasenting Camp Echjs, recaivad a cheque for $500. to help tfioaa 
who cani afford tha full amount to attend camp. Ralph McArdIa, Youth Committe chairman for UCT, mada tha 
prasentation. 




From left: Anne-Maria Gammon, preakleflt of the Special Population Commlllaa for UCT, praaantad a ohaqua for 
$2,250. to Joan Duguay, vtoe-praaklent F^aaaau Sanrfce Chaleur Inc. Tha money wiH ba uaad for tha purehaea of 
material and aqulpmart for handicappad paopia. Louiaa Boudreau, Monique Boudreau, Chantal Dugiiay and SyMa 
Trepanier, aH with Ataller Edouanl Roy of Patk Rocher, accepted a cheque for $1 ,500. to defray expenaea of a trto to 
P.E.I, to attend a workahop for handkapped. 

From Mt: R^ih McArdla. Youth 
Commlttaa chairman for UCT pra- 
aantad a cheque for $60a to Jaan 
Mare Banok. 11 year oU son of 
Claude and MariRn* BanoH. to 
he<p oovartha coat of an oparatton 
at IWK ffoapital in HaMax. LC 
Nicola Daigla. 275 Saa Cadata, 
Royal Canadian Saa Gadal Corp., 
raoeivad a ohaqua for $600. for the 
purchaaa of band eqtripmanL St- 
fflone Perron, flnandal campaign 
laader forthe Red Craaa, raoaivad 
$600. to go towarda aqu(pmant to 
help cover aarvbaa In tha Nepisl- 
gult regton. 





Anne Marie Gammon (left), praai- 
dent Special Populatton Commit- 
tee for UCT, and Qerafoina Maaon 
(right), N.B. Special Olymptoa rag- 
ional coordinator for Bathurst Spa- 
dal Olympica, praaentad « aartift- 
cate of appredatfon to Ron Cyr. 
past aenbr oounaeHor, for UCT 
aervicaa rendered to tha Special 
Olympics athlatea In the ragton. 



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MIOUS8E-LANTEIQNE - 
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Mgna, PMHa RMara da rit. 
Juna 29, a l»y. 
ROU88ELLE ■ PiarrMM ft Pla- 
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AUBE - The famHy of the 
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Ougaa A Memlche, the 
nuraea of the 4>i Roor Eaat 
tor the exoalant cere, am- 
bulance altondanta, Father 
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to all thoae who attended 
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you to ai tioee who eent 
sympatfty and maaa oaida, 
Rowora, made donaltona or 
brought food to our homee. 
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AUBE - Shirley 

Th* funeral mas* lor ShMsy 
Mbi of 1227 Ocean RUoa 
Orlva who dM June 2B. 1904 
was hsM Jun* 29. 1804 torn 
Holy Fsmly CtMrch «Wi Rev. 
LM« Arssneau oMeiaSng. As- 
•itSng was R«v. Hackx Com- 
•eu. 

Hoedv>gs ware don* tff Ber* 
ni* AllWn. Hymns wer* tqr Ro- 

Ktr Picot LouiM Ross and 
led* Pitr* and included: 
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Tm UmmT and '//«» Ctmt 
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father, siste.'s; Doris, 
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Training in Basic's of 
Windows 3.1 ft Compu- 
ter recommendationa 
for homo or t>usiness. 
Cal 547-9888 



SOUDURE R.C. 
WELDING 

Romfto Couture, 

Souduie QfoArA MoMe 

Qeneral ItobBe WsMng 

1015 lus Prinpds Bsradord 

84ft«22« 



DISC 
JOCKEY 

Wide variety of music 
to satisfy all tastes. 

Phone 548-5105 

or 546^250 



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548-8934 

008 Itein St.. 
Bathurst, If. B. 

fmuocAmif 



ART CLASSES 
and GALLERY 

Waleroolours, di a wi nos 
end drawing leaaona. 
Pre-achool to adult 
wortiahapa. Cal: 
JeeivFrarwee et: 

546-5718 

Fax 548-3784 



FOR SALE 



Siding, windows, suitable 
for camp, sink. Also 1984 
Magna V65. 1064 Thunder- 
l>lrd. 548-a477. 



ARTKLES FOR SALE 



15 X 30ft swimming pool. 
Liner (1 yr old), solar 
blanKet, winter cover, 
Cripy-Krawler. k^ust take H 
apwt. $1500 Cal after 4 
54a-S427. 

Kitchen cat)inets, automa- 
IK In Root oil twaler, tools, 
radio shortwave record 
player with 8-track tape ft 
recorda ft much more. 
237-5377. l4o collect 



1984 Chevette $350 
Queen aize box spring ft 
mattress, used 6 mths 
$200. Large older mk^ro- 
weve, $40. 78»4S01. 



1 aluminum door, alao wirv 
dODM In vartoua slies. Cell 
540-4023. 



5' paik) door, dout>le glazed 
$200., elso 4' betitub and 
fixturea, $100. Call 
548-5836. 



Complele gym eqUp. lor 
aale. CaU after 5 p.m. 
783-2330. 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft ier«gttw, $65 cord 
4 ft iengVw, $75 oord^ 
16- cut ft sptt, $110. 
cord delivered. 
783-465IV783-4583 



For Sale: Doors, 4 
windows- 60* X 30 ', 2 
windows- 30* X 30*, 



1^ 

ODOV. 



For sale. FrMge, stove, Ian 
a microwave oven. 
548-2936. 

■Pelican- Wind surfing 
board lor sale, good ootkI 
$450 neg. 546-8911. 



Refrlgeratoik aJeve, 
waahar, dryer, mM waaher, 
alao slovoe $75.(wo(<dng). 
Oreeaers, VCR S4»«>2S. 



PETS FOR SALE 



For sale, Beby ftabblla. 
548-9923. 



LAPINS 

A VENDRE 

725-2952 

RABBITS 

FOR SALE 



TRUCK PARTS FOR SALE 



Chev truck pena. Box, left ft 
right farKier, left A rigfit 
doora, ft 1 rad aupport 
S46-9570. 



AUTO PARTS FOR SALE 



1964 Ford Eaoort tor parts. 
$250. 542-2060. 



SERVICES 



SERVICES 



H & R AUTO SERVICE 



Parts & service 

for 

V.W. Golf, Jetta, 

Passat, Fox ft Audi 

Gas & Diesel 



Motor, transmission, 

shocks, brakes, 

mufflers, tires, 

NB inspection 

Licensed mechank: 



2945 N. Tetagouche Rd. 546-8701 



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YARD SALES 



5 FAMILY YARD SALE- 
Sat. July 9tti. 1105 Model 
Ave. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ^4o 
early birds. 750 hcnda 



Slamily Yvd Sale at 1115 
Mercury Ave.. Sat. July 
9lti., starting ai 8 a.m. Rain 
dato July 16th. 



COMMUNITY YARD 
SALE- Sat July 9lh, 8 am. 
to 1 p.m. Canobie Com- 
munity Center. 



Yard Sale. ST ANNE. 
JAMES POWERS, Sat. 
July 91ti. starang at 9 am. 



Ywd Sde, July em ft lOtti, 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., aola ft 
chair, 1 Frantdln atove, 1 
large air dght alove, 1 
kitchen aimox wood atove 
a large variety of arttoles. 
165 Msin St Bailedune. 



LuXa of artkdas Sat. July 
Ml from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m 
Rain or shinel 1005 Orser 
Dr. (Sea Wind Subd.). 



SEVERAL FAMILY Yard 
Site. SaL JULY 9th. , 9 am. 
to 1 p. m. 575 APPLEBY ST. 
Ftain or Shinal 



Yard Seto - Set July 9, 8 
a.m.-12 noon, 360 Evartge- 
line Or Baby things ft 
many home treeeuree. 



Yerd Sale, Sat July 9. at 
443 Golf S»eel from 830 
a.m. to 1 p.m. Rain date 
Sat July 16. 



Yard Sale, Sat. July 9, 9 
a.m. at969 Marxir Avenue, 
Manor Part(. Rain data Sun 
July 10. 



Yard Sale. 1186 PtooL Set 
July 9th. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
r\^ data July I6lh. 



Yard Sale, 1240 VANIER 
BLVD. SAT. JULY 9lh, 8 
a.m .to 1 p.m. Rain Date 
Surtday. 



Yard Sde-Rtfn or SNnal, 
July 9tti 8 am 1890 BRI- 
DEAU AVE. 



Yard Sale -1065 BIR- 
CHWOOO, Squire Green, 
Sat July from 9 a.m. to 1 
p.m. Rain or Shine. 



Yard Sale 586 Fie|tCrea- 
Oant, Saturday, Jely 9, 8 
^.m. to 1 p.m. Rain date 
July ie»). 



Yard Sale. Set July 9th, at 
320 Evangalne Drive. 900 
a.m. Something for 
everyor«e. 



GARAGE SALES 



Qersge Sale • 4 lamMae, 
Saturday, July 9lh, at 148S 
Furtotis Craacent ftain or 

Shine. 



Qerage Sele - Several fam- 
laes. Eaat Balhurat - Har- 
bourview SubdMakm (Brt- 
deau), tocated on Mbami- 
Chi Ave., cut OR Brtdeeu 
Avenue - to end of BrMeeu, 
then lum leftto 1961 HInton 
Creaoent 9 a.m. to noon. 
SATURDAY, JULY 9. 



Oarage Sale, Saturday, 
July 9lh, 535 Stout Court 
from 8 a.m. to iwon. 



AUTOS FOR SALE 



1964 Plymouth Horizon, 
Hcanaed A inapacted. Good 
condition $600. Call 
546-1712 or 542-4441. 



1964 V-6 Celebrity Wagon 
tor sale. Good oond. $1 495. 

548-4744. 



1965 Pontac Acadian, ax- 
oeftant oond., only 54,000 
km, second car. aaking 
$2,000. neg. 548-5147 



1987 Bonnevila SE, very 
oood conditton. $3,800. 
CaN 548-4557. 



1966 ReHant, 4 portee. 
autonMSqua. bonrme oorxl. 
$1500. neg. 783-4790. 



1987 Pony Hyundai. Beat 
offer. BIrchgrove trailer 
perk. Bsre el ord. 548-3442 
or 54»8882. 



1069 k4sroury Topaz 4 dr , 
100,000 km, exc e l an t con- 
dition. 783-8046 or 
542-0788. 



Pondac 6000 LE 1990, V-O, 
3.1 litres, »4,0O0 km Blen 
ftqulpee. 783-8683 l«>rte 6 
hra. 



TRUCKS FOR SALE 




1980 ^MC S-15 Van tor 
sale i-x pens Asking $350 
Cal 783-3116 



1083 Ford Rangar $600., 
alao car stereo and speek- 
era. $150. Cal 548-8770 



1091 GMC S-15, Ext. Cab, 
4X4, SLE, fuly toaded A 1 
Cond. 783-4778 alter 6 
p.m. 



VAf6 FOR SALE 



1989 Astro Van. Call 
546-2319 



1990 Grand Voyager Ven 
air oond , am/tm caas , bki* 
In color, one owner driven 
548-1097 



SELLING YOUR CAR? 

Put K In 

The ClaaaHMa 

546-4481 



TRAILERS FOR SALE 



1972 Flipper UghtMfeight 
travel trailer. Very good 
oondltton. 546-5329. 



1979 Belevua DLB Hwd 
Top Tent Trailer, sleeps 8, 
elect heat, 3 way frMge, 
good cond , $2,500. Pleese 
eel alter 6 p m. 548-3156. 



1981 -Unik- fifth wheel 
trailer awning, air oond. 
mag wtfteels, battery, grav- 
ity fumace. 24 ft. Good 
oond. $10,500 395-3480 
6 p.m. 



1975, 19 ft PMC trailer 
Very good condition. 
546-6605. 



Boler travel trailer 13', 
fridge, atove, fumace ft ca- 
nopy Ind., very good oondl- 
tton. 548-2366. 



CAMPERS FOR SALE 



Camper tor 1/2 ton truck for 
sale. For more intomiBtlon 
cal 540-5300. '^^ 



FOR SALE 

•iu", cimpor S2 000 or 
Ir.idc for 4 kvhcolcr ro • 
!ik'^ or '■>;!tldlo hof.f 



'33-2710 



MOTORHOMES FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

V.79 Coachmen 20 li 
■T.otorhome, fridge 
love furnace, micro 
.-..tvc. AC Reduced 
tor quicl( sale SIOOOO 
.M 410 Pciiksidc Dr 

546-1911 



LEGAL NOTCES 



Noncc or taoaraMa aau 

TO. aCMARO CMAtaCRUMN 
AND AL11«A rWMMBHSa. 

radMSpllan: and MRMACOM 



ANDTO All OntERB 

aamitr nsr conccnn; 

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puauc Aucnoii aiiw BMhtM 

9l Ptfrtdt SmsI, mrin ttttvm w- 
iranoa. BMhum, KB., on Mondir. 
July 11, tflM, m UMmjn., tootf 



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Bofoolof^ QbuoMlv Counhf, Now 
'BmwMOi pnporty oDoouni nivTBOf 
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pffVoulif^ dnorfbid Ini inortMB0 
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1SS1 antf mfmmt m tm Okuow- 
Mr Oousy n^faqr OSIa* on Oe- 
Htm as, 1SS1 as Nwitar 2S1011. 
€l Votuna Mas, m PagM 7»a4. 
Sato oonduoMd pwusw lo th« 
Prspwly Ad. as JiX. Ch. P- ta. a 



on Sk 7I< dw d Juna, 1SS4. 
SCOTIA aORTQAai conraRATBN 



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IMBBAiaX S JONNBTOMi 

BHBfT p. THERIAULT 
For furttior InlonnalOffi 



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THBBAULT a JOMNBTOM 

omiIi^mi a s o i cau i» 
BahMM. ne. 

Tot: SflSaStI 

Our Flo: B0St7-4 (BOT) 

Arrc Brvil 0. TTwrlaut 



NOnCC OF MORTOAaC SAIJE 
TO: IXMAU) WtANBOW ml 
ALVtRA BELANaON, MoMB^or*. 

ownoiv 9 DM OQuSy of rosonpMon, 
OR) 10 lew BRUNSaRCK DtSm- 
BtrrORB Ca LTU. JudsmM Hot- 

AND TO ALL OTVCRS 

TO WHOM rr MAY CONCERN 

TWRE WILL BE SOLO AT 
PUBLC AUCTDM. M Sio Qlouow- 
Mr Co>nl|r Court Houoo, 2S4 9L 



■nrwK. B^MMt. N.B.* on MSsy, 
July IS, isai, of IMSe un, toeM 



■ 2B0 Larigno BMOI. ki Sw Cky ol 
Bahuni, Courty ol Ofeaaalar and 
Pnwtwa ol Nov Bninwaca. (PO 
Na OSSTMSS), oaM p«op«4r bak^ 
(noro poiScuarV dosovfead t) a 



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mttti^om, toCOrniAL OUAR- 
ANTV TRUaT COMPANV, dMad 
ilM iMi d% ol Aufuai. Iflei and 
fagMwad in Sic OMa* ol •<• Ragl- 
•irar ol Doada In and tar Sia County 
ol aouoio w r on Iho laot day ol 
AuguoL l»1 ai NuntMr22e4S4. ki 
Booh 1S02.alPaeM 13SI0 14S:a 
•ubaumw portion ol ttio aaaaia ol 
Conlial Quaranty Tniot Conpany 
hava iMOn purdiaaad by TNC 
TORONTMMIBNON BANK, m- 
dudlng Iha aubtad Mntaaoa and. 
iharalora, THE TORONTO- 
DOBBMON BANK, a aaalgna*. la 



haa baan aaalgnad by Canval Civ 
aniy Truat Company to THE 
TORONTtMXXaNOM BANK by 

an -Aaalgnmanl ol Morlgagr datad 
Hw )3t) (tey ol Jun*. ise« and 
raglalarwl ki itia OMo* ol Iha nagt- 



LEGAL NOTICES 



•trar ol Daada tor dw County ct 
Q tou o aaiai on tha 140) day ol Juna. 
1804 aa Numbar 2ie8a3. to Voluma 
17B^ m Paea 12S. 

sea conduolad putiuani lo th» 
Pioparty AoL R.S J4.B.. Ch. P 1 S. at 
vnandad. and dia tarma ol aaM 



OWad tha taui dqr ol Juna, AJ). 

isat. 

BVRNE, L O aiAH IBOnOON 
Pi: T. OREOORV RK3R00N 

Boicaor lor 
Tho Tot#Mtov9fiwNon Bonk 
Fof turthor Mofmodon 



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dor, 

AND TO AU. OTMERB 

WHOfll IT MAY CONCCRN; 

TMERE WMJ. BE BOLO AT 
PUBUC AUCnOH at »i* Bahunt 
JuaSoa FadRy (Ceurt HouM). 2S4 
St. PeikS StraaL main aalum Mt- 
tranca^ Baaiinl. N.B.. on Thmaday, 
JuV as, ISat. m l» pin., tooal 
toitob Sia Ftaahotd ptapo n y itoaairt 



pispotly baarwis PAM. SOBBTTS, 



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to 

CINTRAL ntUBT COBrANV. 
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to Sia Otouoaalar County Ragt- 
any oaoa an OoHbar » tlS7. aa 
NunWar tssna ol Volamo 1 lis. al 
Paga 1Z aiNch Mnngaga laaa aa- 
alamdby CENTRAL QUARANTY 
TRUrr COIVANY, luccaaiur In 
bar to CamiAL TRUBT COI» 
PANY. to THE TORONTO- 
tX)BIIBOSI BANK by an taalgn- 
maw al M n rtgaga yaarmw dalad 
Sta awn day ol Junai its*, and 
fOQHOOfoo In Ino RoQtot^ OMoo In 
and lor »>a County ol Qtouoaatar on 
tm 28th day ol Juna, 1ta4, at 
NuntMr 2eoa07. ol VoAimB ITSS. ■ 



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Saia I 



condudad puiouani to Itw 
Piopatly Act.R.SM.B..Ch. P-1S. M 
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p/uS JuV 4. isai 

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PER: CHARLES H. JOHNSTONE 

SokSor tor 

Tho TonnK^Oominion Bonit 
Fof turlhor irtornwion 



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BofFWOfO A SoNcfton 
BaSwat. NJ. 
Te: sdaaasi 

Our Fit: T(X)1V44 (CHI) 
Aim: Cbaitot H. JoTmatona 



PROVBCa OP ICW BRUNSWICK 
COUNTY OF OLOUCEBTER 
NOnCC OP OBBBnURE BALE 
TO: BXm BULOMQ SUPPLY 
(ISra) LTOl, a mipwMliiii. am»n 
otthaaquSy ol laitaiiMluii, and 
TMi BIMBTCN OP IMIIONAL RC- 
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LTD, Judgimnt oadSor, 

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LTD, kjdmtaa ottdhir. 
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HBMMJBBTY to »a iy< ol ttw 
Pfwwvo of Now Bmnoortok, ludy* 



AND TO ALL OINERB 

TO BBIOSI IT HAY COWCOW 

WManaAB ttia oorporwion hat 

aatiad a Ntad and aoaang dat 

mora paiaculai^ daaoilbad 

naaar; 

imeiEAa dalw* ha oocurad 



INERE WILL BE BOLO AT 
PUauC AUCnOH M •» Qtouoaa- 
Mt Ca uray C ouit Houaa. 2S4 a 
PttnKM abwt, ratn oMranoi; BMh- 
WM. NJL. on Augual M, lie*, m 
1000 am., fia FiaahaM paaparty ol 
Efc Biadhig B««ply (1S7S) LH. 
atuatad In BallMal. County ol 
O lou ca itat and Provtooa ol Maw 
Branaaaa. aaM prapaity batog aub- 
)ict lo a dabaiaw* to Sw Biak a( 
BtaaUaaL dead •« lat day ol 
Maxti. IBTS and iii^toiiil to Sia 
Oflloa of Bia Ra^Mar al Daadt to 
and tar toa Couniy ol Olouaoilar on 
ttn aid day ol March, 1S7S. aa 
NuMbar BSSaa. to Votuma SOS. 
pagaa S1-10) and Mk) lagtoMiad ti 
Iha oRtao ol lia Ro^alrar ol Cotpo- 



March. 1S7S aa Nuntiar 4211 wid 
mora pattlculirty daaotiad a M- 
toaa: 

Property atuatad ■ laas Srtdga 
Saaat Bie««aL HA. P.1.0. Noa. ao 

oiasTO. ao 430 OSS, ao 430 ase. 

Sata oondudod purauant to tha 
P iapawy AaL R.SJ1B. 1S73. C 
P-ia a anandad and »ia lama ol 



I asti dqr ol Juna. lBe« 

CtBABSONS ROY 

Laaiyara tor iha 

Bat* ol MontiaiM 

Par: Erk Roy 

CNuaaoNS roy 

PO Boa 20010 

Qodto EtocatoBuldtog 

I2ia. Si. Pator A«a. 

Ba^Hiiat, NoMF Briiiaartdi 

E2A 3Z4 

Tal: (SOS) S4«-337$ 

Fa: (SOa 64»4aS4 



CLASSIFIEDS 
are a great way to 

BUY. SELL OR RENT 



EQUPMENT FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

• 1989 Westarn Star Truck 

• IkSSa Pulp trailer, model Fkxjssy with Prentice 
loader, modal 120. Can be seen at Beresford 
Repair Centre Ltd. 

• Caterpillar front end bader. Can t>e seen at 
Hache Towing in Beresford. 

Bids are atxepled on total package or separata 
items at La Caisse Populaire Sta. Famine Lite. 
"Highest bids not necessarily accepted.* 
Phone: 546-8620 



> ^ *- ^ 



8A- 



-The Nonhem Lighi, Wed., July 6, 1994 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



1. 2 t 3 badroom aptt 
UnhMlMl. WHh Iridg* « 
stov*. RivwBite Or. Cal 
549-4281 



1. 2 & 3 badroom ^>at\ 
mtnU tor rant. Rmm cal 
54«-2a6S. 



1 It 2 BEDROOM ^Ms 
Fridga a slova. No pats. 
S46-ei27. 



2 BEDROOM apartmant 
wtth fridga A ttava. At 261 
SI. Patrick Straat. 
54»-9fl63 or S4e-1»96. 



1 BEDROOM i^L Fridga « 
atova Irtol., no pata. Lo- 
caiad naar Ctufau Canlar 
MiM. 548-2070 afltr 5 pm. 



1 BEDRCXJM APT tor rant 
on Varrtv St. Frtdga A ttova 
Inlcludad. $9oo.mo. 
54^«848 



1 ft 2 BEDROOM ^>ls. 
Haat. atac., Mdoa A tlova 
inckjdad. H»m NBCC. A 
<kmrtlom\. 54»-9«21. 



1 t>drm. apt., fumlahad, 
haalad, adults only. Lo- 
calMl at 188 M^n St Call 
546-9742. 

1 bdrm apt Rua du PaiK 
Dara a tord. FrUge A slova 
aa)plad. Unhaalad. $250. 
ntwitMy. 548-2527. 

1 bdtm. apt., fumiahad, 
avalatta Aug. lat Bridga 
St, ulllWaa Ind.. $32S./tno. 
548-2815 aflar 5 p.m. 



fumiatiad, haalMl, lights 
not Ind. $370.1110. 160 
•Mlunroa. Call 546-3705, or 
54»-23>4 sftar 6 p.m. 

1 bdrm tMNsmant apt Haat 
& alaclrtai^ ind. Fridgs A 
stoya (uppliad. $40O.Ano. 
South Bathurst. 548-B360. 



APARmENTS FOR RENT 



Lsrga 3 txirm. apt wllti 
firaplaca, haat, lights & 
catita Ind , $675./mo Also 
1 bdrm. apt., haat llghls, 
cabta Ind . $32S.Ano.. 1470 
Maria, ctU 547-0007 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Wsstmount Apts. 
Bachslor apartmants 
only. Call: 
546-4360 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

:350. mo , utilities rc\ 
ndudf'tl. nvnri.iblf' 
••'f'ria!'-iy 

5-J6 330' c' 



1 BEDROOM apt partaly 
lurni alyd. W aahf > drfm 
Ind. HMiMl No psti. Non 

stndkm. 548-2100. 



1 bidroofn, 2 bwlfoofn flpCi 
In BatNjrtt Ind.: wator, 
fc1d09 A slov#. Fof Infofiiuh 
tton. 046-2660 am tor Tom. 



1 badRMcn bflMfftont apt, 
I'ancwooa HanfMa. rnoQ9, 
aiO¥a, hast A wnlrtci^ Inol. 
$32S.lin. 640-6117. 




2 BEDROOMS 

Sida by akfa Duptax, 
blinds, fridga, ttovt 
ind., hydfoaxMu oomar 
o( Chalaur A Qrangs. 
trnmamiili. $475/mo. 
783-4013 



2 BEDROOM lumtahad ipt 
n waai nasHireL vvaanar/ 
drysr hodHip. prKHa atv 
^anw. 548-2182. 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

492 Parkside (Down- 
town), 2 bedrooms, 
fridg* & stova In- 
cludad. $395. mo. 
Availabla AprH 1st. 

546-3216 



APPT.ALOUER 

2 chambraa 4 oouchar, 
iitu«*Baf«afenl, Plaoa 
15 



APT. FOR RENT 

2bdmw., situated in Ba- 
rasiord, Plaos Haritaga. 
wraiWbis July 15tti. 

542-1518 or 54MI99 




SUMMER 
SPECIAL 

FREE MCROWAVE OVEN 

aih a 12 month laate 

DOWNTOWN -14 2 
bdrm apte, ne«4y rerK>- 
vated with hardwood 
floors, new laurxjry fa- 
akties, ampla parking, 
fridga ft ttova, un- 
haalad, damage depo- 
sit required ADULT 
BUIUDINQ. 

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

546-7331 



APARTHENTS FOR RENT 



Appt 2 chambras ft 
couchar, au centra da 
Potnte Verte $325 mo. 
PoMa el reirigerateur tour- 
nis 783-4301 



Appt 2 diambres ft oouher, 
semi sous-sol, chautfft, 
ftdalrea. cable, meubie, 
prAe du Coltege Comm. 
$4507mo. 546-8329. 



Appt neuf de luxe trfta 
modama, maubl* ou non, 
entrto prtvAe, pone palto, 2 
chambras ft oouchar, vue 
aur la mar ft Polnta Verts, 
783-7815. 



AVAILABLE 2 badroom un- 
healed row houses. On 
Magr Qodin Crt. $425.mo. 
No pels. 548-5663. 



Avalable 3 

house apt. overlooking 

BatMjrst Bay. SSOOmnSi. 

Haat ft lights ind. No pets. 

548-5663. 



BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starting from $220.00 
per montti. Apply at the 
front desk at 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



BACHELOR apt - 424 Qolf 
St LMng room, l)edroom, 
dining room. Ftidge, stave 
ft dishwasher. >425.mo. 
546-9241. 



Bachetor apt fumiahed. 
Alao 2 bedroom apilridge ft 
slove. Looalad in Baree- 
ford. CaU 548-8668. 



2 bdrm, MOOTmo. uf>- 
healad, dwnagadepoalt re- 
quired. 8t Anne. 548-2186. 



2 bdrm basement apt 
FrUge, atove, haat A aiac. 
md. Mnaa Rd. Aval. MMM^' 
diately. tMiJmo.JUao 
looMng to buy a tSamfi 
atorm door, alza 32* X 80' 



2 BEDROOM beaemant 
apt tor mirL FMam ft ttom. 
Ctase to M«Bft For Mor- 
rt 848-3204. 



APPT. A LOUER 

Ik't-. .ford. 7 ch,.int ■ 
.! couchct. rflrir)i'r.ii 
.'I porip inrlii<; 

T. 1. ph(v. •• 

542-2923 



APPARTMENT POUR 
ETUDtANTS - 2 chambras 
'«lflMwr nmtoM. En taoe 
J9U ooMpe. RSaarvA main- 
Hsnant pour rarmfte aoo- 
Wre 04-96. Auaal diaponi- 
bie pour TAM. Cempoaei 
""" 1106. 



2 bdnn apt Rue du Pare, 
Osraafcrd. Fridge ft atove 
auppAsl $300. monthly. 
Unhaatod. 546-2527. 



2 bdim apt St Anna Street 
Fridge A stove, ft hot water 
atypBed $388 
Jnhaetad. 546-2627. 



2 bdrm ant Fridoe ft atove 
(ndudad. Haat ft elaaftriolly 
not Included. $360.Ano. 
5464347 or 648-6680. 



2 bdmi apt Fridge, slova, 
weiher A dryer Inot Bene- 
tord. 648^444 or 548-6753 
after 6 pjn. 



2 bdrm apt Fridge, stove, 
wesher A dryer Ind Berae- 
iord. 548-0444 or 546-6753 
aAar 6 p.m. 



2 bdrm ipt Wast BatMnt 

Privato enSanos. w a she r / 



dryer hoolHjp. SSBOAno. 
phjauMWee. 546-3625. 



2 bdrm baaement apt. 
Fridga A atove Incl. 
$330./mo. Appleby St. 
Bathurst 546-6879. 



2 bdrm baaement apt. 
Fridge, stove, heat ft etsc. 
kid. MJnee Rd. Aval. Imme- 
dlately. $388. /mo. 



2 t)edraom apt for rant 
Heat A slecticlly indudsd. 
Cal S46MM aftor 5 pm 
ktf fnofa Infofinallon. 



2 badfoom apt tor rant. Not 
tested. $300.m e.A;eB eMs 
nMvch 1st. Gal batiaaan 
a.m. A 5 pjn. 18483747. 



2 ba^oomi^onO'Nel Or. 
1 badroom apt on Prinoaaa 
Dr. Aval. kmMtfaMy. CaU 
54»91 ao^ ft sean ' *?* * 
5 pm tor more kitoiiiMttioii. 



2 bedroorvta apt, iMtvoom, 
Mtohen, Iving room. Fridge 
ft 9tBM9 Ind. Nawly reno- 
vetod. $800.mo. Ho pela. 
W.J. Cormier Co. 
546-2526. 

Nawly ranovatad large 3 
bdrm.. «Wi laundry room, 
itavaA Mdgesuppled. in 
Ntaadoo, avalabto Invnedl- 
sMy, $378Jmo. hsat A 
IgtHs not Ind.. 84»96aB. 



2 bedroom apt In Berse- 
tord. Fridge A s tove In - 
dudad. For more informa- 
ilan cafl 547-5377. 



3 iMdroom duplex, centr- 
ally located. Unhsated. 
Neer schools. Avail. July 
let 846-2646. 



3 bdrm duplex. Canon Or. 
Large yard. Quiel netghtoor- 
hoed. $400.Ano. Unhaalad. 
Awa«. Aug. let 5460118. 



AnOVE AVERAGE 
1' bdrm. APT. 

i:i(l I nulPin. (iirif: 
j ■,lovi\ priv.ilp y.ir-: 
s'JSO. mo. unhpntr>ci 



^)46-67l3 



APT. A LOUER 
BERESFORD 



548-5123 



Appls. 1 . 2 A $ ohambies A 
oouohsr, BaBiurst, Bsraa- 
*ord A PeW Rocher. Prix A 
dtooutar. 1, 2 A 3 bdmn. 
apts.. Bathurst Beraatord 
A Pern Rocher. Price to be 
discuaaed. 783-3512. 



Apt to Parkwood Heighis, 
slove ft Mdge Induded. 
Call Wind«vard Manage- 
ment 546-8178. 



Aat Lone Pine, 3 bdmta., 
fridge, atove, cable to- 
ctoded. Heettog, IgMs not 
indudsd. Cal 548-3316. 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 bdrm. apt., stove & 
fridga Included, 
fKX)k-up for washer & 
drysr. Situatsd 694 
Appleby Street. 
$360Vn)o. unfwated. 
548-4354 
546-5147 



Bedwtor apt near K-Mart 
fumlahad, heat, aleo. ft 
cabto supp l ed $325.mo. 2 
k)edroom apto on St Petsr 
$360.mo. Unh««tad. Bal- 
oony A laundry tadltlee 
54»-346a«46-3425. 




BERESFORO-2 or 3 bdnn 
aula JMal Immadiaiaitf no 

VM^sv* ^^v^aw. M V w e^^nea^aa^ww ^ vnr 

pets. 548-2304 or 
MM127. 



Bsis appt nsuf avec l>ai- 
oen,;efhambrea ftooudiar. 
PrAe du Jean Coutu. 1 mola 
gralult avec bal d'un an. 
roaw m rawnamaur wkl 
Paa diaulM nl Adair*. 
ASOOymo. 546-2002 loiv 
ou 848-3277 apr*a 8 hrs. 



Bacaafofd. 2 badroom a. 
Fridgs A atove. $3eo>mo. 
Al uHlttaa. 548-6066 or 
547-2969. 



August CarMMMO. 



Houaa tor rant, fUmialiad 
homa on waftarfront vfWi al 



Maiaon A louar 6 029 ma 

K i II iilii all ^^^M Bm^^ma* 4 

rnnopm9t pan noonar. 9 
chambraa A oouohar. Podia 
6 rdfrtoAralaur oompda. 
Claclrtdld paa oompda. 
$470JNa 542-aOOO. 



Maiaon A louar - ma HM- 
aMa. BadnjraL Moia da juir 
m mouL raraaaamani 
msutMe. 846-27B6. 



tJERESFORD 

■. t ■ ■ 
it* /. Luhfltw.'. 

slow'f & furt.it' 

148-8415 or 
548-9359 



NEW DUPLEX 

Large 2 bedfoom apt in 
new duplex. Washsr A 
diyar hook-ups. Fridge 
A stove inckided. Csntt'- 
aty tocslsdon St Ann 
St $400jno. *■ slac. 

725-5567 .r 
725-2940 



Apt., partly hirnlshed, 
stove, lidge ind., avalable 
waeMy or monthly. Cal 
54»4328 tor more Into. 

AVAILABLE now: 2 bad- 
room haalad apt In Beree- 
tord. t48QAnlh. No pels. 
Cal 842-2024. 



Tv^ni'ti^E IL.I 



Bus 5^8-8897 



548 868.-i 



BEST RENT DEALS IN TOV^^N 



4 bdmt. duplex $43S7mo. unhsatad. 

• 1 txkm., aiklt bMg.. |335ymo. unheated. 

• 1 bdnn.. $295ymo. unhaalad. 

• 3 bdrm., $300ymo. unheated, availabla Aug. 1st. 

• Duplex, has private yard arxl drivsway. 

1 bdrm. apts. are in quisi adult buMing, fwt water 

incKjded In rent, and ar* kicated in good west and 

location, ck>se to shopping. Look around, than cal: 

5464740/545^91 




Large bachelor 1 A 2 bedroom aptt., oompletAly 
ranovatad, centrally looated, dose to CoHege ft 
Shopping Centra, laundry fadities, secured 
buHdina. indudea fridoe & atove. 



548 5234 or 542 2074 



FOR RENT 
APARTMENTS 

1 A 2 bedrooms, off street parking, resident 
supsrintendent, hot water induded. $330. • 
(375. per mth., aduH building, 615 Chalmers 
Court 

CaN 548-8176 

Windward Management 



APAFmiENTS FOR RENT 



2 BEDROOM duptox. Vlc- 
loria Ave. Fridge ft etove 
Ind. $400.mo unheated. 
5466386 or 548-6833. 



East Bathurst - 2 bedroom 
apt Bathroom. Mtohen, Iv- 
Irig room, hidge A stove. 
Heet A llgha Ind. $460 .mo. 
No pels. Deposit required. 
546-2528 



FOR RENT 

A newrty lerwelM 3 bom. 
•pi witi Move ft Mde*. 
hook-up tor waahar ft dr^. 
Privaa areanoa, no peR 
eiiaiad at 254 JaoquM Si 



548^354/546-5147 



LARGE 2 badroom i^. 
Elac. heal. Iridge ft atove 
kid. AduNa only. No peto. 
$475. mo. Ountop . 
783-2015. 



Lovely quiet 3 badroom. 
main loor, apt Cloae to 
BHS. Ind: aunporch, stove, 
Iridge A laundry hook-upe. 
$400.mo. Cal Denlee at 
548^988 or 546-5159. 



1 bdrm apt at. 
CamBa St $400ymo. to- 

waahar ft dtyer'lG»6302! 



nawiy ranmfawo « ocvm. 
apt. In quiet buMng on St 
Andrew St, $340./mo., 
Iridge A stove kid., odn 
operated wesher A dryer. 
No pels. 548-9849. 



Nios A cozy 2 bdrm apt (or 
lor aato to $40,000.) for 
quiet person or coupto. Pri- 
vate pawed drfcraway A erv 
kanoa. $360>mo. Heeled. 
788 BrUge St 5464038. 



FOR RENT 

2 bdrm., MoQe. tlovs kid., 
utilities sitra, cable, 
aaihar ft eyar hook-upa, 
privaia drivaway ft erv 
kanoe. $4O0^no. CsfWaly 
located ki Bal«nt Aval- 
aUa July lal. 8484407 



Pall Rocher Nord- Chemin 
Qodto. appt una chambre 
au aoua-aol. Elaa poAle, 
reMgftraleu, lavauaa. aAo- 
heuee, oomprie. Ubie to 1 
aoOt $375ino. 783-2486. 



PETIT ROCHER - 1 bed- 
room, ground la¥Sl, apt on 
walariron t . Musi be eeen. 
Fridge A atove Incl. 
$328.mo. 783-2991. 



PETIT ROCHER - Appt 2 
chambree A eoucher. 
Chauff* A ftclalrft. 
$475.mo. 783-3512. 



STUDENT APTS - 2 bed- 
room fully furnished. 



94-9itarm now. Apto aval- 
abto alao tor 8w eummer 
only. 846-1106. 



81 Anne 8t - 2 bedroom apt 
risige. siwe, neat, aiao., a 

aMe July 1st 64S-aoe8. 



SUNSET OR 8 bedroom 
spt Adulto only. No pala. 
Aval, and ol Aprl. 548-2394 
or 8464127. 



APTS. 




VWlBual 
Laundry, aaociy. 



S4M(IM or S4M979 



WEa SmJATEO, bri^ 2 
bedroom bssement apt 
Fridga A stove Induded. 
$830.mo. *■ ulllitlea. 
846-2474 altor 4 pm. 



ROOMS FOR REKT 



Aooma tor ran^ Miohan fa- 
oMsa. Nsar N.B.C.C. ft 
Downtown. CaN 546-6621. 



HOUSES FOR RENT 



room, kitchen, (ridge, 
stove, hsal A Ighia to- 
dudsd. $480jno. No pets, 
deposit required. 
546-2528. 



2 BEDROOM, partially 
fcjmlahsd, horns lor rent In 
Polnle Verte. Call 
783-2903. 



2 bedroom houee on HM- 
aide Awe torrent unH the 
30too( Auguat 846-2796. 



3 bdrm house $4007mo. 
unhsslsd. St Anne. Cdl 
8 pjn. 846-5874 



Eaat BatHirst $3607mo. 
Fridgs A atove Ind. Un- 
healed. Oepoell required. 
Cal S4»A108. 



1 1/2 ak>rey 3 bdrm houaa 
on Bridge St tor rent to 
own. CaH 546-8078 or 
546-4006. 



3 ft. ■A.aM lAi ml ■ I I k*AMk 
Donn. oupiax ww\ 

tnant, waanarAlryar hook* 

up. PrMm pMd drtva- 

way, lam baolward. Qolf 

St Aval. noar. 540-4307. 



BEST RENT 
DEAL IN TOWN 

1 hdrm hou'-.o S475 n' 
•ihcalrd. Wp-M B;ilh 
■ .1 location Priv.itr 
■ivow.iy & y.ird Av.m 
> K- in Au'iii.l Look 
f inilul fi r,]|| 

546-6740 545-0591 



MOaU HCIC8 FOR RENT 



MOBILE ftofiw lor rent. 2 
bedreoma, a>ialiabto knme- 
diataly. No pela. 
$328.monthly. 646-9127. 



HOUSES FOR RENT 



COHAGES FOR RENT 



2 bedroom cottage, Beree- 
ford tMach. Avalable from 
Aug. 6th on. 546-5620 
Sept apedal rato. 



COTTAGE - 2 bdrnw. hied 
for coneSudlon workera. 
Avail. unM July 9 A aflar 
Aug. 13. At 196 Bareetord 
Baaoh. 542-2007. 



COTTAGES tor rent, 
Youghdl near the beech 
For more kiformalon call 
546-5756 



Cottage tor rent on Beraa- 
tord Be a c h . AvdI. July 9-16 
and the month of Aug. Cal 
546-6239 or oome to cot- 
tage « 525 on Beraatord 



Cottage tor rent Bereetord 
Beach. 542-2961. 



Cottage on Beresford 
B e a ch avalabto from 30to 
July on. For mora toto oal 
542-1200. 

PETIT Ftocher- Meublfte, 3 
chambree A eoucher, en 
face du qual. DiaponMe 
Itor juto. 783-2838.(Lina) 

OpMHraaAL FOR RENT 



FOR LEASE 

Office, retail and light 
industrial buildings 
located at 216 Mi3n 
Street, 259 King 
Ave., and 595 Main 
Street, in the down- 
town core. 

Call Eddy Housing 

" at 

5466631 



COMMERaAL 

OFFICE SPACE 

FOR RENT 

$290.00 per month 

288 aquare feet 
1428 SL Peter Ave. 
Phons Arnold Robinson 

546-6606 



COMMERCIAL 
FOR RENT 

Buildingforrent.upto 
4.000 aq. ft., down- 
tawm Bathurst Ideal 
for restaurant or of- 
fice. Reasonable 
rates. 

546-1707 



COMMERCIAL 

SPACE FOR REfJT 



542-940C 

542 9450 



once SPACE FOR RENT 



OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime olttos speoe In Kay- 
slons Plaos, 270 Dougtos 
Ave. For intonnalion cal 

548-8176 
9 to 4:30 wBBkdays 



OFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

1000 and 3000 sq.ft. 
available at 360 
Parkside Drive and 
500 sq. ft second 

floor at 181 Main 
Street, downtown 
core. For information 
call Tower Jewellers 

547-1150 



OFHCE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

FrontsonStPetorAvs. 

320 Square Fast 

$375.00 per month 

1428 St. Peter Ave. 

Phons Arnold Robinson 

546-6606 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 



Warahouee tor rant to Emi 
Bathurst Apply at W.J. 
Cornier Co. Ltd. 546-2826. 



WAREHOUSE 
SPACE 

Approx. 700 sq. ft. 
with loading dock 
and offioe located on 
St. Peter Ave. Call 
Marc at 

(daya) 

548-2273 

(evenings) 

546-2846 



LITTLE ADS 

GIVE 
BIG RESULTS 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



FOR RENT OR SALE 




i(Bi«lbi IIM). LargaelndoaiB, ipedoua, 
isplaos, prkialisnianoa, psito. thed, Uly 

MafOMHy RinMnao. iBaraiKNy). 

54^«r;r« or 54fr4826 



REAL ESTATE 



Intereeling propoeltion - 
Wll trade executhre lodge 
on Tabuetotoc River for 
houee/property to Bathurst 
area Make offerl Lets talkl 
773-3038 Paul. 



FOR SALE 

5 unit apartment 
txjilding newly reno- 
vated. Located on St. 
Andrew Street. 
Please call between 
8:30 a.nfi. - 5:00 p.m. 

546-7271 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



3 bdrm. tiouse with 2 bdrm. 
^t, aatdng only $88.000.. 
Vwi Tasael St Doni miee 
It Remax 547-0007 



A VENDRE 

Split level avec garage, 
foyer, armoire en 
ch«ne Prie du CoNkge 
CommuneulBbe. 

783-8671 



Houee tor aato on Mrami- 
cN Ave. Pfioed to sal at 
$39,930. For mora toto. 
548-4040. 



PETIT ROCHER - BeauMul 
1 storey honw IhjUI on lerge 
5 ecre moeHy wooded prop- 
erty. 3 bdrna. Baeemenl 
garage. Mtol kept properly 
Includes small t>rook. 
$60,000. nag. 783-2983. 



OWNER TRANSFERRB) 
MUST SELL FAST 

1 ^/2 Moray renovaled 
oldar horrw, 3 bdme., 1 
bath, endoiad veranda, 
larga living room, counky 
kitchen, mudroom, full 
baaamenL quiet prwato 
vWk to naw civic 

, topping. $42,000. 

54»-3^ 



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BEL1.B>UNE ■ Formaly Adantk; Rentols situated on 1 
sore tot MLS. 

C^l Oela Doucett 237-2078 
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Robarlvfle-Brtak Houae tor 
aato, aaml-flniihed 28 X 48, 
aeklng $46,000. Serioue 
~ only 783-2710. 



REDUCED 



Immaculato 6 bdrm. 
home to Squire Park, 
ceramk: ft hardwood 
floors, finished bese- 
ment, paved drive. 
1-753-T877 



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House tor sato, li% le- 
novalad, garage, paved 
drivswsy, finished 



seeping, silualsd nsar 
tadUss. $81,000. (te- 



548-9770 

aMar 5 p.m. 



PRIVATE 
SALE 



House 

on large lot 

Salmon Beach 

546-2884 




LOTS FOR SALE 

Ctaered tot tor eeto. Oaltam 
St - Qeleni Subd., St 
Anne. 200 X 200. $7500. or 
wll flnanoe 10% down, 
$1307mo. tor 72 mentis. 
Cal 848-8714. 

Lot tor Sato. SubdMslon 
HsrHsga (tor duplex) Be- 
ra^iard, NB. CaH 396^480 
aftsr 6 pjii. or 847-8864. 

UM tor seto to PoMsr 8/D. 
AsWky priee $6,0 00. prio e 
Includes wsN. For Informe- 
lon csl 84»3315. 

LAND FOR SALE 

Approxknatoly 1 aore toton 
Caron Drive, dly Imlto. Pr- 
toed to eel. Cal 846-4877. 

CAMPS FOR SALE 

Camp tor sale. 44 Clustor. 
anoor oaawoofn. 2 oorma. 
ao X 24. Slesps 8. to very 
good oond. Zone 7. Aaking 
$10.000. 84»608a 

MOBIi HOMES FOR SALE 

1973 moMe fwme onlsrae 
ieiMed to comer tot Blrav 
arpk. Bereaic 
or a« 6 8Be^ 



PRICED TO SELL 



gro¥S kaler pk. Bereaiord. 
546-3442 



ig X ay nioMto home,T 
bdrm., Mdie I akwa kv 
duded. AMONa HMOO. 
NKOOTIAMX 

cal 545-5226 

MK for FIOfTMO 



FOR SALE 

2bd(m.mobls horns 12 
X 54 f 8 X 12 addMon. 
boalsdinKsnt'sTralar 
PalccutoAdaan.must 
bsssan. Mewfy deoor- 
aisd, lugi, ato., 4 i^ 
planoaaAmanyaxtaB. 
849^503 aftorSpm. 



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Ckaai But. MLS 
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548-8866 



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30* X 40'. 1 1/2 storey. 4 bdrms., 2 washrooms, 
cathedral c«iling. finishsd bas«ment. 75" x 100* 
lot. paved entrance. $88,000. 

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aporax. 

COMMEIKIAL LAND • 
on St Peler Ave. 23,000 
■q.lt. phis. 



EXELLENT inoom* prop- 
erty iourplax In Nigadoo 
prioad In (he sas. 
YOUOHALL BEACH • 

unique exquiek beach ool- 

a* fulyfumiBhsd* pa- 
ly winlBfized. Lot 75* X 
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TENDERS 



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PROPERTY 
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Family fun 

(>ir I^ of the RoMiy Church hekl a fimiUy picnk Sunlay lo help celebnie the Intemational Y^ 
The picnic, held behind the church, drew a crowd estimated at more than 400 people. Activities included music and 
dancung thnxighout the afternoon, with a baifoecue and games for the children. Pictured hen are Myiiani Piquet (left), 
four-year-old daug^tter of Simon )uid Ciaudine Piquet of Baihunt; running in a three-legged ace with her cousin. 
Rebecca Arseneau. Rebecca is the rive-year-old daughter of Andrd and Lise Aneneau of Dieppe. 

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IK ba*i.FamMidHno-iyWn 



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KtNT AVE, BAIMURST • na- 

noMMd ra u'asr iseuras 
alaclrfci haat. mi 4 aonlanoaa. 

SSSS 000 

-nVAObuCMK, MLS 
• 1 4 aorat . konaga 380 laM, SO 
Ism OKI crMM ■ subdMtlan. 
pm\ Is appfovad. Gal Pat 
ioinTORO, DUPUn - Live 
In one lem tta oSiar. GaN PaL 

■as •mooi ST.. mls. 

$70,000.00 - 4 fea*eo«M, 1M 
haiha, larga S ataray, «lny< 
aiding, na« wiring an4 
alaeMe B.B. Pa«y 

lao* WMB.TON oa, cxa 

W7,000l0O - a badroaes naw 
•nieigad MIehan, lOOclOO 
M, garaga, elooa la ataman- 
Mir achaala. PoNy 
ItM SmDOE ST, MLS. 



IDS NOTRE DAMC, HU - 
SHuaisd on s douWa lot Na 

wsl imlntsinad otdar 2Mrs)r 
hona IsefeMa en htconw of 
$900 1 montfi, double garaoe. 
nsw sMhg and InsuMian. coxy 
IMng room witi imxxI *Bf. 
Crt Pat 

ISIS OOOOVIEW AVE.. EXC 
174,000 • iNs ona you muat 
ssa. Larga prlvais Mrd. Naw 
P.V.C. windows, E.B.B.. 2 
Isvals eomplatad, llnishad 
baaamsnt. nsady as apL H 
oenar wlahss. Poly 




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Ckwa D oyarytiing, aknoat 
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706 Victoria, 186.900 MLS Naw 

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RUE OUrriER, BEqESFORD 
- tjMga buryilow wllh 3»2 
badrooms, QTnf 4 yaersoM and 
impaooMa. Oosa lo sctaol 
and msl. Quial «Mst Only 
tasxxn Frandns MLS 
OS* VIGTOHA - 2 bsdrooms 
from s|iNi iM\ tjaaamant apt 
Pavad drh^away. Modem snd 
brloht. aosa to St. Patar. 
806.000. MLS Frwidns 
1010 RUE OES SAPmS - This 
apadoti bcngslow is to Im 
sasn. You wM lovs dw layout. 
PVCMlchan, 2 Ml ba«is. lowar 
lawtl complaM. OouMa ear gar- 
age, larga oomsr iol In poputar 
BMa VMwa Subd. A must to 
sea. EXCL Fmndna 
CSNTINMAL ST. • 2 homes In 
Parkweod Heights under 
lOOjOOO. Pitaod 10 aal. 1133 
CanlannM ei $81 .SOOIn axcai- 
lenl oondMOn and 1286 Cen- 



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wMh 1H sioray handlman sp^ 
cW home. Poly 
10»411 ST. JOHN ST.. EXC. 
$70,000UM - Oon't have Via 
rssponslbHity of ttM whola 
mongaga paymont wWi iNa 
sMa by sida -iarga' duplex. 3 
and 4 badrooms. hardwood 
doors, oie. City cann. Poly. 




S)M MRAIKM ROAO - So 

easy ID own ai «36j0O0M with 
1 badraom apL B hsip iha 
morlgiga. Exoalant isrwianL 
Lai ma tfww you how. MLS 



8 ERE8FOR 0; PlC UTiyE • 
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LAND: 26 acres ol pwtly 



1818 BRRXAUAVIL, BXCl 

low Is cosy lantly room, bese- 
tnara. Move In and an|oy. Poly. 
DUNLOP: 3 bedroom wMi gar- 
age, brick, ceramic, hertftaood, 
whirlpool etc.. .prioad balow ap- 
pralaal tar quidi sale. Cal na- 
Ma $104,000 EXC. 

FOREST OLCN SUBO. • Be«i- 
Mul tread lot, 4 bedroom, spit 
•nbanca, 2 batfis, Iwga tvir^ 
room t dMng - Inlahed baae- 
ment. ApplatKa to remain. 
EmI. - Can Mor«. 

ROUGH WATER DRIVI ■ 2 

storey home - 3 bedrooma. 
large kitchen 4 dM(«. hard- 
wood Roort. Price in 00^. End. 
- Cal Mona. 

BERESFORO - Banitilui view 
ol the Bay - skle splH - 3 
IK belh - large 
- Priced to sel- 
M.S - Cal Mona. 

ONTHESEACH -Prioad re- 
duced to $60,000. tor oulck 
MlrSiarayl^toafejree 4 bed- 
rooma, 2 Michans. 2 baihs. Cal 
PM tor mora mto. 

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Sameday Right-O-Way. the ootwiar dMston of Dey t 
Roes Inc.. one of Canada's largest IransportBlton 
oompaniee. haa an brnnedtale opening tor en owner/ 
operator to work In otff Betitjrsi seivioa area. 

AppHcarmmuat have 6 years a)«porlenoe ea a ioeneed 
driver. AppSoatfone muat be aoixxnpanied by a ourrert 
driver's abetract and a current criminel rsoord search. 
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1930 Hal Court. StjHe 1 

Balhurst Industrial Court 

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JEROME-BOUDREAU 

DISTRICT SCOUVIRE No. 7 

BERESFORD, NB 

Egaiitd d'accds d I'emploi 
Homme ou femme 

La Commission scolaire JArOme-Boudreau 
recavra les offras de service pour le poate 
suivant: 

ECOLE ABECEOAIRE 



mater- 
enseignement. 



Une enseignante ou un ensaignant de 
nelle k temps plain - Contrat B d enseign 

OUAUTES REOUISES 

Les candklates et candklats doivent poss6der 
un t>accalaur6at en Mucatton prteoolaire. 

ENTREE EN F0NCT10N - le 25 aoOt 1994 

Les candidatea int6resste et les carylidats 
intiressAs sont pri4s de faire parvanir leur offre 
de servce et un expos* de carri^e d4taiM au 
soussignA au plus tard le 15 Julllet 1M4. 

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Diredeur g^nirai adjoint 

District acolaire no. 7 

easier postal 1000 

Beresford, NB 

EOS 1H0 



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CITY OF BATHURST 
VILLE DE BATHURST 

C.P7P.O. Box 116 
BATHURST, N.B. E2A 3Z1 



TENDER 



Tender No: T010-94 REPAIR & PAINT 

FIRE AERIAL LADDER TRUCK 
Sealed Terxlers addressed to Lola Doucet. Acting 
City Clerk, City of Balhurst, 380 St. Andrew Street. 
Bathurst. N.B.. E2A 1C4 and marked on envetope 
Tender for TO1O-04 REPAIR A PAINT HRE 
AERIAL LADDER TRUCK, will t>e received until 
2:00 P.M. • JULY 12. 1994, at the Purchaalng 
OapL located at 380 8L Andrew Street known 
as Ihe Public Worfts Building in the Tender box 
for the vehicle raflnlah of #6 Hre Truck, lo the 
City of BatfxjTsL Spedftoatmns and Tender docu- 
ments are avaiable from the Purchaaing Depart- 
ment This Tender will be open publicly in Council 
Chambers immediately foHowing the ctosing. All 
inquiries related to this Tender shall be made to 
ALLAN BRANCH, City of Bathurst, at 54S-07T)0. 
The towest w any tender not necessarily accepted. 

ALLAN BFIANCH 

DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING 



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CORRECTION 



W» wkh to dmm your 

tfw foftnMftv onvf in out 

■CarMdto Day ^W - Dmal &327 

Stia Dam: July 4 - July 9. 1894 

IE • fSBOa03-4 - PlaaSc Too«»x Storage - The 

luBftaiton showing tw aeparoto red tray on tw top of 

tm tootoox is not inckided. 



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Canadian Tire 
Associate Store 

520 Sl Peter Ave. 
Betwrst. N B 




AVIS PUBLIC 

(En vertu de rartfoto 68 de la Lol eur rurbantsme). 

La municipaUte de Beresford Inc. a I'intentton 
d'adoplsr un enSM modfant son arrSit no. 18-1982 
initoti *AirM aitoplant le ptan muntoipal de Beree- 
tonr et deux arrMe modMant ear. arrM no 25- 1 982 
inlikil* 'ArrM* da zon^ja de Beresford*. 

L» but de la modiflcation a TArrM adoplant le plen 
munidpel de Beresford' eet: 

1. ModMer de rMdentiel uniamiW a commerce 
oenttal 2 to zonage de le propriMt de M. Johnny 
Gkant sMuAe au 1190 me Prindpete. 
Lse buto dee modficalfons A I'ArrM* de zonege' sont: 

1 . Permettre k Mme FranceUa Gtonet doptnr une 
garderie au 1190 rue Principeto. 

2. "Suito k une demartoe de M. Conrad Hactwy qui 
desire oonetrdre un immeubto A bureau sur to terrain 
situe au 10S5 rue Principale (sud-est de 
fintoraectton dee rues Principeto el Landry), to 
oonsel a dfckto d'apportor une modftoaSon k 
rArrM de Zonege alin d'indure rusage Ixireeu' 
dans les zortes commerce de vdsinage'. 

Lee personnea intoreeeAee peuvent oonsdtor oee 
proiets d'errMs au bureau du eeciet a ire-greflier 
muddpd * rh6tol de vito de Bereetotd. NB. de 9h00 i 
16h00 pendent lee )ours ouvrabtoe. 

Lee objecttons aux proteto d'arrMto prteentoee par 
*aH soront AtodMee tors dune audenoe pubCque qui 
se bendra en to eale du ooneei de Beresford. NB, to 
lund 11 iuilBt 1904 * 19h30. Touto personne qui 
dMre dOfsndre oee ob(ecttone ecriiee ou &> oppoeer 
pourra le faire k oes temps et lieu 

Les obiections ecrHes doivent Aire adresstes k M. 
Norval Qodin. sacrttaire-greffier munnipal, C.P. 600, 
Beresford. NB EOB 1H0. 

LE CONSEIL MUNICIPAL 

DE BERESFORD INC. 

Par: Nonral Gtodn. sec.-grelfier 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

(By viitoe of Sedkxi 68 d Ihe CoffMwnNy Planning Ad) 

The Berseford Town Councti is proposing an amend- 
ment to ito Municipal Oevetopment Plen being fery-law 
no 18-1902 enliltod The Bereetord Municipel Oeve- 
topment Plan' and two amendments to ito zoning 
by-tow being no. 25-1982 entitled "Beresford Zoning 
By-law'. 

The purpoee d Ihe amendment to the Munkapel Plan 
is to: 

1. Modly ttw zoning d the property d Mr. Johnny 
Oram kicatad at 1190 rue Priridpeto from slngto- 
dwelNng reekfentiel to cantrel commerdd 2 

The purpoee of the amendmento to tf«e Zoning By law 
ere: 

1. To altow Mrs Francdto Gwnet to operato a 
day-care centre at 1190 rue Prirwipale. 

2. Fdtowing a request from Mr Conrad Hachey who 
is seeking an amendment to the zoning by-law to 
aNow Nm to buld an office comptox on a pwoel of 
land tocated at 1095 rue Pnndpde (south-eastom 
comer ol Prinapato and Laridry), Caund has 
dectoed to nrKxHIy its Zoning By-law by inctoding tw 
usage -office' m the netghbortwod commercial 
zones. 

Interested parties may consult these proposed 
emandmento at the offtoe d the Town Clertt at tie 
Beresford Town Hal during office hours. 
Written objedtons to the propoeed amendmento wil 
be eluded at a public meeting whtoh wN be hekt at 7:30 
p.m. on Monday, July 11. 1994 at the Bereetord Town 
HalL Al persons wishing to defend ttiesa objedtons or 
oppoee the projed may do so at thto meeting. 

Written ottjedions must be addressed to Mr. Norval 
Qodn. Town Ctorit. PC Box 600. Bereetord. NB EOB 

1H0. 

THE BERESFORD MUNICIPAL 

COUNCIL INC. 

Per: Nonrel Godin. Town Clerk 



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lOA — The Northern Light, Wed.. July 6. 1994 



Legion has no cash to save 
homestead of local war hero 

Project shouldn't have been left until now: president 



It is probably too late for the local 
legion to restore a Bathurst war 
hno's hooieslead. 

"^e have a hard time looking afler 
our own bi^ building on St Peter 
Avenue." said Baib Huard. president 
of the Herman J. Good, V.C. Branch 
Na 18. Royal Canadian Legioa 

*Kesloring the Good homestead 
should have been looked at some 
years aga There is not much we can 
do with it now." 

Mrs. Huard wu commenting on 
whether or not the local legioa can do 
anything to help save the 1919 home- 
stead cl the late Fust World War 
veteran Herman J. Good. Mr. Good 
was one of two New Brunswickers to 
ever win the Victoria Cross, the 
Commonwealth's highest military 
medal for valor. 

Mrs. Huard said although she has 
not yet spoken to the legion member- 
ship about die issue, she doubts there 
is much they can do. 

There is just no mooc^ for a m^ 
restoratioa project Had the home- 
stead been offered to us earlier on, 
maybe something couU have been 
done. But at this stage of die game, 
there kx)ks to be very littk to salvage, 
unfaftonaiely." 

She is disappointed action wasn't 
taken sooner to uve the property. 



such as when Mr. Good passed away 
in 1968, or when his son. who lived in 
the home afterwards, passed away 
about five years ago. 

"It is very sad to see this happen to 
the house, but it seems it's common 
here to have no value for those kinds 
of things, no value for heritage 
homes, until Jessie Ryan started the 
Bathurst Heriuge Tnist Commis- 
sion. Only when these sites get torn 
down, do people get all up in arnu." 

She said it is "not every day you 
come across a V.C. recipient's 
home," but it seems it is too late to 
save this home as a museum or 
heritage building. However, she said 
Mr. Ckxxl's military valor on behalf 
at Canada is not forgotten in this 
region. 

MEMORIAM 

"By naming BraiKh 18 after Mr. 
Good, that is our memoriam to him. 
There are not many branches person- 
alized like that, and I think it is a good 
tribute to him. Also, his portrait 
hangs in the legion, for people lo 
sec. 

She said it would be nice to display 
Mr. Good's Victoria Cross medal in 
the letkn's war museum, on loan, 
but said because the medals are so 











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rare, it is quite valuable. Therefore, 
she said it may be too heavy a 
responsibility for the war museum, in 
the event it got stolen. 

Jessie Ryan, president of the Bath- 
urst Heritage Trust Commission, said 
the non-proflt organization would 
discuss the Good homestead at an 
upcoming meeting, but said she 
would have to become more familiar 
with the pfioperty before commenting 
on its future fate. 

"Money-wise, we have no money, 
so whether we can raise any interest 
&om people to give nroney to rcsotre 
the homestead is an open book. I 
really don't know." 

She said usually in the case of 
famous heriuge honKS, one or two 
citizens in a community who really 
believe in a project get other people 
interested, toa 

"These kinds of people will really 
go to town to get a project restored, so 
It depends on the people here, 
whether they want the homestead 
made into a heritage site." 

Mn. Ryan will kx>k into the matter 
further, to see if the federal or 
provincial governments have any 
monies available for such a project. 



Dangerous 
high-diving 
act at river 



Motorisu shouki call the Bathurst 
polkx if they see teens jumping off 
the Teteagouche River briage. 

At Bathurst ci^ council's June 20 
meeting, oouncillor Keith Loupelle 
raised a coocem dat teenagen are 
jumping off the left side of the bridge 
at the bottom of Teteagouche Hill, so 
they can swim in the river below. 

Mr. Loupelle said because there 
are no sidewalks on diis side of die 
bridge, it is causing a safety hazard 
for these teens, and motorists headed 
into BadiunL 

This is a dangerous situation for 
motorists and kids. They are standing 
three to five feet into the lane, 
creating a real safety hazard. Motor- 
ists may have to swerve in to the left 
lane, whch enhances the possibility 
of a head^m collision. Aluiough the 
posted qwed is SO kilometres per 
hour, motorists sometimes reach up 
to 70 and 80 kilometres there." 

BadMirst aty Police Chief Ltoyd 
Armstrong said this is a problon 
every year, especially early in the 
season. 



Coins donated to legion 

Barbara Howl, president of die Royal Canadian Legk» V.C Branch Na 
18 was pmenied with a set of six conunerative coins last week. The coins 
were dootted to the legion by Rene Pratt, owner of the Book Village in the 
SupennalL The commemorative coins, called Canada Remembers, were 
staaqwi by die Royal Cinadian Milt in conjunction with the Canadian Battle 
of Normandy Foundation. The coins, wliidi wiO be placed in die legion's 
museum, depict different battle scenes, such as the Battle of Britain and the 
Battle of the Atlantic, lo commemontte die contributkm of die Canadian 
Aimed Forces in die Second Worid Wv . 

(Nonhwn Ughl Pltolo) 



IVIcCaie-Buri(e is the first 

Gisde McCaie-Bufce of Bathurst was recemly elected president of the 
New Brunswick diviskxi of the Canadian Diabetes Asaociatkxi — the first 
woman lo hoM die post One of her first assignments was in Burton on June 
11. where she congraialaied rmeaentathres of Lions Clubs throughout New 
Brunswick Cor di^ raisinf $25,094 this year for the diabetes association. 
Shown with Mrs. MoCaie-Buike are Marcel Onellene (centre), president of 
die Badwrst bcuich of die Diabetes Association; and Cednc Furkxte. 
presklent of die Jacquet River Lions Gub. 



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This photo. suppUed to us by Bonnie Comeaa, is die tailing vessdZjie/fa.biri> for ftpdComcM at die StoiMlMiven 
Wharf (Fred was a ^reat uncle of Badmrst resident Bob Comeaa, a retired kxal businessman.) llie LueUa was 
launch^ <n 1904 with a load of grindstones for export. 



LOOKING BACK 



Rocky coast equalled good 
pickings for scavengers of 1883 



In the mid-1880t, trading schoon- 
ers continuously plied the waten 
between northern New Bruiuwick 
and the Gasp6 Coast 

In that era, most supplies from 
other parts of the country, and. more 
particularly, from abroad were 
brought in by sea. On the retiun 
voyage, die hokls of die same vessels 
carried domestic natural resources, 
including lumber and grindtlones. 

There are many tales of sailing 
ships floundering off die rugged 
AUanUc Coast One local story of 
"the fall of die wine" was toU and 
retold over the years by Icoal resi- 
dents. The story is of'^ die sailing 
vessel Lady Colborne. wrecked in 
1838 on die Gaspd side of die Bay 
Chaleur. a few miles from I^ort 
Daniel. 

The vessel was loaded with a ridi 
cargo of supplies for a ganiscm at 
Quebec, ran aground in foul weadier 
and was broken up on the rocky coast 
releasing die caiigo. 

A strong northeast wind floated die 
cargo across the bay and it was 
strewn along die shore from Waier- 
kx> (Blue Cove) to New Bandon. 



As in many pbnes, there were no 
roads to get to die beach. The Tint 
inclination die people had diat diere 
was somediing unusual happening 
was when di^ saw crows flying 
overhead canyuig wax candles. 

Undersiandabiv, the kxal resi- 
dents rushed to the beach to find the 
shore littered widi booty: wine, spir- 
its, palm oil and, in CKt, anything put 
in barrels strong enough to widistand 
die tide. 

Cases of goods of differait kinds 
were also picked up; even candle 
hoUen of pure libra were found. As 
die huge casks of wine and spirits 
could not be raised to the top cm the 
high banks in diat area of the coast 
diqr were broken open and dieir 
content carried op in buckets and 
^nfy containen* 

However, as the ttny goes, noie 
wine went into die scavengen dian 
die containen and u time went on 
diey couU hardly climb die high 
battles to g pt (tone. 

iome of Ae mote entoprising 
wofken naiMged to senn large 
qnantitieB of V(ftor and co t K K al ed it 
in die woods for futore oae. It was 



sakl that they spent more time guard- 
ing dieir cane dun k was worth, as 
die less fortunaiB searched high and 
bw for the spirits. 

Written and researched by 
Nortkcra Light publisher AJ. 
McCarthy. 



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TMe crew of imvkii team Le /^ovOfaNi ^0<r. cqxtined by DMkl HKdi6. waded ash^ 
&om Bomvettore. Que. tt> the shores of PetU Itoclier. llK noe. ooQiiiting of 20 ftv&i^^ 

of P«k Rocher's I^sdval des Rameun. wUdi ran Ctom Tuesday June 28 to Sunday July 3. See nory 

(NorthMm UgM PImMo) 

Last year's race champs 
lose by only 42-second gap 

Annual dory race saw record number of entries 



The crew of the Norbel III relin- 
qaiihed their title as dory nee 
diampiaas Satorday to a £uter crew 
iToai (jMoec. 

Pedt Rocher's Festival des Ra- 
meun doiy laoe, covering the 22 
mika fion Bonare m w, Que. to 
Petit Rodter, wu a dose nee for fust 
position. 

Tlie crew of the Norbel III rowed 
across the finish line with a time of 
two hours, 38 minutes and 29 sec- 
onds, leaving only a 42-«eoond gap 
between themsdves and first place 
finishen, Le Dauphin fRxn Quebec, 
who finished wtth a time of two 
hoars, 37 minutes and 47 seconds. 

nn6d6ric \jpot, captain of the 
Nortfd III saiddiat with more prac- 
tice his team could have woo die race. 

nVe did everything we could to 
take first place but we just couldn't 



do it" 

"We only had 23 houn rowing 
prsctioe this year, other teams prac- 
tised over 60 hours. With more 
practice we would have done a lot 
better." 

Fog on the Quebec side of die Bay 
of Chaleur delayed die the start of the 
race, but eventually cleared, allowing 
the crews to dqiart at 11:40 a.m. 
Atlantic time. 

The weadier oonditioos for this 
year's race were much improved 
over hut year. Legac< nid the 
weather was calm and clear. The 
crews were able to see other dorys 
which was a great motivation to Iceep 
rowing. 

The third and fourth place finishen 
indietBce were; theL'£>auiard team 
of Quebec widi a time of two hours, 
39 minutes and 31 seconds; and local 



racen Le Mathieu of Petit Rocher 
with a time of three houn, two 
minutes and 42 seconds. 

The fust of the diree women's 
teams to arrive in Petit Rocher was 
die Sunlife team, captained by De- 
nse Frenctle. The team finished widi 
a reqxctable time of three hours, 27 
minutes and 32 seconds. 

The winning team reodved a cash 
prize of $2,000, with $1,300 for 
second. $1,000 for diird, and $300 for 
fourth. 

Suzanne Boudreau, a co-ordinalor 
for die race, said die event was a great 
sucoeu. She noted more dian 1,000 
people were on hand to await the 
arrival of die dories, and that a record 
number of teams look part 

"Widi 20 teams registiered it was 
our biggest year." 

Last year, there were only 14 
teams. 



Taking flight 

Local moiocross racer Matthew Stever (right) battled for position against an out-of-town rider Saturday in the 
fourdi 1^ of die AOantk: Motocross Series. The races were bekl behind die Chaleur Shopping Centre on die Big River 

Road. See story below. 

(Northern Uoht Ptwto) 

Stever took tumble, but stayed 
in high gear for motocross win 



Midget W squad pulls 
from behind for victory 



Ihe Badwrst Midget 'A' baaebaU 
team came from behind to beat 
Pdnwmdston 4-3 Joly 1. 

Badiurst was behind 3 to 1 hi die 
bottom of die sixdi, and die nin 
started to fidL Shawn White scored 
on a passed ball, to make it 3 to 2. 

Widi two out. and Rkk Viennean 
on first bas^ Meal Madxan hit a 
triple to deepi cemrefieU. to tie die 
game. 1lMB.iMalt Demjiaey hit a 
single to score MacLean, and make it 
4-3 for Badwrst 

The game wu dwn called due to 
rain. Ckme two was also cwneikd 
because of die rain. 



The winning pitdier Jason Brown 
struck out six. walked five, and 
aUowed five hits durira die game. 
MacLean also had a single, to go widi 
die trmle, v top hitler, and Steve 
Godin had die only odier Badum hit. 
widi a siQsle to drive in die fira run. 

Currenthr. Badiurst has a 3-4 win- 
kxs record in die New Bninswkdc 
Mklget 'A' baseball league. They are 
currrady ranked fourth in die West 
diviska. 

They played in Carsquet Tuesday 
night, and today Wednesday, diev 
wfil be athome to Newcasde. dwn It 
is off to a doubleheader fai Riverview 
on Saturday. 



Softball Stats 



Downshore 
slowpitch 
tourney set 
for August 

Slowpitch endiusiasts should re- 
gister for die New Bandon Sports 
Association's annual tournament 

Prom Aug. 4 to 7. die New Bandon 
Sports Assodatkn is hokUng its 
annual mixed skiwpitch sonball 
tournament 

Tournament organizer Colin Jagoe 
said die assodaiion is looking for 16 
teams to rwister. The cost of r^istia- 
don is $130 pcrleam. The prizes will 
be $300 first $300 for second, and 
$100 for die niniiers-q> in die semi- 
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Local motocross racer Matthew 
Stever tore up the track Saturday, 
during the fourth leg of die Adanbc 
Motocross Seria. 

The event was held behind die 
Chaleur Centre shopping mall on die 
Big River Road. 

Stever, 17. of nearby Rose Hill, 
capooed first-place overall in the 125 
inteimediaie class, and placed third 
overall in die 230 intermediate class. 

Stever was pleased with his finish 
but said 1 wouM Hfce to have done 
better in die 230 ctass. but I took a fiUI 
and went head-over-heels on one of 
die jumps. I wu just glad to be in one 
piece and be able to nnish die race." 

The two odier kical moen lakiqg 
part in die series also placed m die top 
duee of dieir class. Judsoo Dugnav 
finished second overall in the School- 
boy B Division, while Jimmy Cham- 
berlain placed third overall in the 
Veterans Division. 

There were 68 entries in die com- 
petition, but Brian Kenny, chief orga- 
nizer for die event, would like to see 
attendance improve next year. 

"^e'U have to have it better 
organized next year, but that's trial 
and error. I guess. It was our fint 
event in ((uite a while, so with better 
organization and pramotkn, hope- 
fuUy we'll have die same riden back 



again and more." 

The track was newly constructed 
for diis event and now diat it's there, 
we'll be able to improve on it Next 
year die track will be more technical 
and more enjoyable for the riden." 

Approximatdy SCO people were 
on haind to watch the races, "which 
was kind of disapointing," laid 
Kenny. "We were expecting at least 
twKe diat but with all the odier 
events going on in die area, it wu a 
good turnout" 



Lut weekend wu also the annual 
Festival des Rameun, held in Petit 
Rocher. 

In conjunction widi Saturday's 
motocross ncing. billed u Race. 
Roast and Rock, wu Summerfest '94 
Jiosted by die Moncton chapter of die 
Harley Ownen Group. 

The fun included a pig roast a 
"show and shine" for motorcycle 
ownen, and performances by local 
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Superior Junior High School recently held its yetf-«nd awards banqoet for Gnde 8 and 9 students, who will be 
attoidbig Bathunt High School next year. The Cirade 8 itadents receiving most valuable player awards were, fixmt 
from lefu Shannon Dumaresque. basketball; Jill Boucher. basketbaU; Kevin Muphy. voDcryball: Katie Gammon. 
vaUeyball; Clan Taijan. swimming; Bill MacMinn, band; and Ryan Power, soccer. Back: for Grade 9, Tandi 
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ACADIAN GAMES 

Chaleur team is named 
most improved, places third 



The Chaleur r^on won the ban- 
ner for the moat improved at the ISth 
aiuwal Acadian Games Fmal. 

That was ikN the only coveted 
prize ihe 164 athletes from the Cha- 
leur legion walked away with at the 
games, held this past week in Cara- 
(weL The Chaleur learn also placed 
third overall out of eight teams, and 
for the fourth year in a row, they won 
the Prix de I'Kmivt (Friendship 
prize.) 

Wendy Babineau, chef de mission, 
said she is amazed, and very pleased, 
with the team's results. 

"We definitely met our objective 
of being in the top four overall, and 



we even toushed third. The games 
went really, really good, and I'm very 
proud of everyone. We weren't ex- 
pecting to wui the friendship, or 
sportsnuuuhh) award again this year, 
for the fourth time in a row, but I 
guess the other teams felt the Chaleur 
region was somethirig special" 

The Chaleur contingent finished 
fourth among the eight regions last 
year, so this year s third place 
brought them ahead one ranking. Ms. 
Babineau said she hopes the team can 
do even better i^xt.year. 

"We do a litJe better every year, so 
next year will be our best year yet, I 
hope- 
She said the team could not have 



accomplished what it did without the 
great support from the 33 mission 
staff volunteers, includiiig her assis- 
tant chefs de mission, Sonia Babi- 
neau. Mario Gaudeaie, aixl Stephan 
Hachey. 

The other regions participating in 
the Acadian Games Finals were the 
defending champion, Kent, Mada- 
waska, Restigouche, Acadian Penin- 
sula, Soulhnst, Nova Scotia and 
Prince Edward Island. 

The Acadian Games are for fran- 
cophone athlttes between the ages of 
10 and 17, and are hekl every year in a 

different region of the Marilimes. 
They were held in Bathunt in 
1988. 



Local athletes shone at games 
in track and field, volleyball 



TIk Chakv legiOA won bamcn in 
traekaad fieU and bo^' voUeyball at 
the IJdi annual Acadian Games Final 
this past week. 

Wendy Babineau, chef de mission, 
said she was very impressed with the 
perftmnanoe of all the Chaleur region 
young athletes at the games. It was 
their uoe perfonnance, and outstand- 
ing ipoitnnaBship wUcfa earned the 
team a thiid overall standing, as well 
as the awards for friendship and most 
improved team, she aaid. 

The final stanidingt saw South East 
win the overall title with 278 points, 
with last year's overall chanqiions, 
Kent, behind 16 pouils with a total of 
262 points, and Chaleur only 30 
points out of first place, with 248 
points. 

The Chaleur region won the track 
and fidd banner in the 12 and 13 year 
old age catefory, by dominating the 
other teams, earning 32 pointt. 

The points were earned b^ placing 
first in a number of events, mcluding 
die boys' 4x100 metre rday race, 
with leaffl memben Maic-Michel 
Couture, Pierre Napeit, Mchel Lar- 
ocque arxl Manuel Rot running the 
race with a time of S7:8S seconds. 

Rino Morriioa also earned a flrst 
place finish in die discus dmm, widi 
a toss of 29.10 metres, and anodier 
fffst place in the javelin, with a throw 
of M.48 metres. Teanunate Marc 
MKhel Couture earned also earned 



two nm place ribbons in the 100 and 
200 metre dashes, and Cedric Landiy 
ran tte 800 metre race with a first- 
place tinne of 2:30 minutes. 

As for the girls, Isabelle Doucet 
(riaced first in the 400 metre nux, and 
Tanya MorriskMi earned a first in 
shoqwt, with a throw of 8.68 metres. 

Other top finishes in the same age 
cat^oiy in track and field went K) 
Cedric Landry, with a diird in the 
kwig jump; Sebastien Arseneau, sec- 
ond in the 400 metres; Nathalie 
Robtchaisd, third in the 100 metres, 
and second in the 200 metres; Guv- 
laine Hache, second in the 800 
metres; Venviqoe Morrison, third in 
die 1.S0O meties, and Nancy Cont- 
eau, second in the kng jump. 

In the 14 and 15 year old aae 
cat^oiy for tinck and field, the 
Chaleur team placed fourth overall, 
widi 20 points. 

nRST PLACE 

Team member Mario Bertin 
earned a first place ribbon in the 100 
metre hurdles with k time of 17.79 
seconds. 

Other lop finishes wereeaniedby 
Philippe Arseneau, who placed sec- 
ond m the 400 metres; Jeannot 
Savme, who placed diitd in the 1500 
metre race; Hughes Mkhaud, placing 
diird in the 1500 metre racewalk; and 
die four-member relay team, com- 



prised of Jean-Yves Bernard, Fre- 
deric Harrison, Don Brideay and 
Jean-Marc Pitre. earned a second 
place position. 

Also earning third place fmishes 
were Mario Bertin in the high jump, 
Jean-Sebastien Coineau in the discus 
loss, I^ul-Andr£ Moraia in the 
javelin. 

For die girls, Annie Boudreau 
earned a second place ribbon in die 
1,500 metre racewalk and the girls' 
100-metre relay team earned a diird 
place fuiish, dianks to team memben 
Melanie Darveau, Jooelyne Doocet, 
Melanie Hickey, and Veronique Gal- 
lion. Annie Robkhaud also came 
second in die discos duow. widi a 
toss of 23.44 metres. 

In other sports, die Chaleur regkxi 
daced first in die boys' volleyfaall 
final, earning a banner, and beating 
out die second-place team from Nova 
Scoda. as well u smoking die overall 
wiiuiing team from die Southeast 
region, which ranked only fifth in 
boys' volleyball, out of eight leanu. 

The Chaleur team also came third 
in die badminton fuial, the girls' 
voDevbaU final, and die boys' hand- 
ball onaL Fonrth place finishes were 
earned bv die team from diis r^ion in 
die girls^ Softball fuial. cycling fmal, 
boys' soccer fuial, and gymnastics. A 
fUthptace was earned by the team in 
tennis. 



Boys provincial soccer team is 
being discussed by Parks and Rec 



Bathurst could have a provincial 
boys' soccer team later this summer. 

Bruce Boucher, program manager 
for die Badiurst Pauks luid Recreation 
department, said he will be consider- 
ing organizing a boys' provincial 
soccer team for plaven 16 yean okl 
and under, dependuig on how well 
die regular summer soccer program 
does ttiis year. 

He made the statement Monday, 
after a June 30 meeting was held to 
discuss a provincial soccer program. 
About 30 people attended die meet- 
ing, and a number of them volun- 
teered to help organize a Bathunt 
team to compete at die provincial 
level.' said Mr. Boucher. 

He explained die parks and re- 
creaction department'a next step is to 
run their r^nlar summer soccer 
program, whidi they run evei^ year. 
The program runs Mondays through 
Thursdays for boys and girls ages 6 to 
7, 8 to 10. 11 to 13. and 14 to 16. It 
started Monday and runs until Aug. 
18, and r^tntion is $10 per child. 

"Depending on die popularity of 
die day program, we wul try to run a 
program at idght, and then once we 
see die interest is diere, we will start 
up the provincial-level team. There is 
definitely enough interest now lo 
start a team in die nnder-16 boys' 



caiegoiy, for sure." 

Mr. Boucher said the team mem- 
ben woukl be chosen from the 14-16 
year old boys' sununer program, 
aldiough the sununer program would 



also continue running, "no matter 
what die calibre of pLayen." 

He said he would krtow mote about 
the possibility of a jHOvincial boys' 
soccer team later this summer. 



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Sports 
On Deck 

8WIMMINO 

BATHURST AQUATIC CEI\rTRE 
Monday 



I tic Norihcm Light, Wed., July 6, 1994 — 3B 



Early Bird 


7 a.m. 


Watarab* 


9 a.m. 


Pra-aohool/Holy Family 


10 a.m. 


Land Aarobica 


11 a.m. 


Lap awim 


12 noon 


Studant laaaons 


4 p.m. 


Eaao aMrfm club 


6 D.m. 


Swim aulVAdult FItyMaatara 6 p.m. 


BninaMAck Minaa 


7 p.m. 


Lap nwim 


8 p.m. 


Tuesday 




South 


9:16 a.m. 


South 


10 a.m. 


South 


10:46 a.m. 


Lap awrim 


12 noon 


Swim olub^Eaao awim Canada 4 p.m. 


Swim club 


6 p.m. 


Elam. aehool awim taama 


a p.m. 


Family awim 


7 p.m. 


Watarciza 


8 p.m. 


NBCC awim 


9 p.m. 



Wcdnciday 

Early Bird 7 a.m. 

Watarciza 9 a.m. 

Mary Goanall 10:16 a.m. 

Lap awim 12 noon 

JartavHIa 1 p.m. 

Studant laaaons 4 p.m. 

Eaao mvim club 6 p.m. 
Swim Oufc^Adult Fit/Maatars 6 p.m. 

Family awim 7 p.m. 

Lap awim 8 p.m. 

Thnndaj 

Mary Goanall 9 a.m. 

Marv GoarMll 10 a.m. 

Land aarobica 11 a.m. 

Lap Mwim 12 itoon 

RaplacanMnt laaaona 1 p.m. 

Coronation Park Elam. 1:46 p.m. 
Swim elub/Eaao awim Canada 4 p.m. 

Swim dub 6 p.m. 
Elpm. aehool awim taama 6 p.m. 

Family awim 7 p.m. 

Watarciza 8 p.m. 



Friday 

Early Bird 7 

Watarciza 9 

Tandar Haart Oaycaro 10 

Lap Mvim 12 

RaplaoamanC laaaona 1 

Coronation PMfc Elam. 1:46 



Swim chib/Easo awim Canada 4 
Eaao awim dub 6 

Swim autWAdult FitVMaatara 6 
Srr>altar awim 7 

Lap awim 8 



a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
noon 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 



Saturday 

Tiny Olympiana 7:30 a.m. 

Pra-achool, itudant laaaons 10 a.m. 

Pra-achool laaaona 11 a.m. 
Lap Mnm/Mvartoad laaaons 12 noon 

Studant laaaons 1 p.m. 

Tarzan awim 2 p.m. 

Tarzan awim S p.m. 

Rad Croaa laaaona 4 p.m. 

Family awim 8 p.m. 

Family awim 7 p.m. 

SuBdvy 



Lap swim/Mvanocd li 
Studant laaaons 
Tirzan awim 
Tarzan awim 
lUd Croaa laaaona 
Family awim 



QUIQNARD AQUATICS 

Monday 

Emroiao 
Studant l aaso na 

FarfMy awim 
Famay awim 
Eaao Mrim 



Family awim 
Exaroiaa 

Tuesday 

Exordaa 
Studant laaaons 

Family Mvim 
Family Mwn 
Studant laasona 
Studant laasona 
Family swim 
CKattiaa 

Wcdaaaday 

Exardao 
Studant laaaons 
Studant laaaona 
Family awim 
Family awim 
Eaao awim 
Adult awim 
Family awim 
Exorowa 

Thursday 

Exardaa 
Studant laaaona 
Studant laaaona 
Family awim 
Family awim 
Studant laaaona 
Studant laaaona 
Adult laaaons 
Family awim 
Exarcwa 

FVIday 

caafoaa 



11 a.m. 
12 noon 

1 p.m. 

2 p.m. 

5 p.m. 

6 p.m. 

6 p.m. 

7 p.m. 

8 p.m. 



Family awim 
Family awim 

Saturday 



Studant la 

Studant 

Pra aehool laaaona 

Studant laaaona 

Family awim 

Fantily awim 

Family awim 

Sunday 

Studant laaaona 
Studant laaaona 
Pra-aohooi laaaorta 
Studant laaaona 
Family awim 
Family awim 
Adult laaaons 
Family awim 
Exaraaa 

BiigimiiTj, 



11 a.m. 
12 noon 

1 p.m. 

2 p.m. 

3 p.m. 

4 p.m. 

6 p.m. 

7 p.m. 

8 p.m. 



11 a.m. 
12 iK>on 

1 p.m. 

2 p.m. 

3 p.m. 
6 p.m. 

6 p.m. 

7 p.m. 

8 p.m. 



11 a.m. 
12 noon 

1 p.m. 

2 p.m. 

3 p.m. 

4 p.m. 
6 p.m. 

6 p.m. 

7 p.m. 

8 p.m. 



11 a.m. 

2 p.m. 

3 p.m. 
7 p.m. 



10 am. 

11 a.m. 
12 noon 

1 p.m. 

2 p.m. 

3 p.m. 
7 p.m. 



10 a.m. 

11 a.m. 
12 noon 

1 p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 



RESTIGOUCHE INTERMEDI- 
ATE BASEBALL LEAGUE 

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7:30 pjn. 
Tliaisy. Jaly 7 ^ 

Hatmin y* Bwarfgid ^■M pjn. 

TasaSi^ Jaly U 
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PARKWOOD ALPINE MEN'S 
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ATS/Auror* vi Imp. Piinling 6:30 p.m 

Cafak 2000 VI Techno 90 8:30 pjn. 

Tkuradaj, J11I7 7 

ATS/Aurori vi Techno 90 6:30 p.m. 

Imoi Printing vi Mike'i Place 8:30 p.m. 

MowUt, J11I7 II 

Caide 2000 vi Green Thumb 6:30 pjn. 

Tecino 90 vi Gcnerali 8:30 p.m. 

TiMsday, J11I7 12 

Impi Priming vi Cable 2000 6:30 pjn. 

Oraao Thumb vi Generali 8:30 p.m. 

RIGHT SPOT MIXED SLOPITGH 
SOFTBALL LEAGUE 

Widawdty, July 6 

Coke CUuict vt Hoepiul 6:30 p.m. South 

Lo«o 7 VI MSJ 8:30 pjn. South 

Thandaj, July 7 

^wift^*" Tin VI Alpines 6:30 Djn. Landiv 

PMsdiie VI Ciawfonl Foodt6:30 pjn. South 

Pn^uin VI Cabk 2000 8:30 pjn. South 

MomUt, July II 

Cable 2000 vi Paia. Cym6:30 p.m. Robert. 

Ccke CUiiici vi P«nguin8:30 p.m. Robert. 

Tasaday, July 12 

MSJ VI Canadian Tire 6:30 pjn. Landry 

Amito* VI Crevvford Food>8:30 p.m. South 

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LEAGUE 



Thuraday, July 7 

KLB VI Ellii Sea Producu 7 p.m 

lleth Knowlei vi City Leaiha 9 p.m. 

Sunday, July 10 

KLB VI Hcib Knofwlei 6 p.m. 

Tuesday, July 12 

City Lather vi Ellii Sea 7 pjn. 

NEW BANDON SPORTS ASSO- 
CIATION MEN'S SOFTBALL 
LEAGUE 

WadoMday, July 6 

G&N Tnidcing vi Jay'i Place 7 p.m. 

Sunday, July 10 

Knowlei Bro*. vi G&N Tucking 8 pjn. 

Monday, July 11 

CJ. Sharki vi Jay'i Place 7 pjn. 

G&N Tracking vi Knowlei Bro*. 9 pjn. 

EAST BATHURST MEN'S 

SOFTBALL LEAGUE 

Wednesday, July 6 

RPM VI Shopperi 6:30 pjn. 

Uplown Qub VI O'Sl Pierre 8:30 p.m. 

Thursday, July 7 

Shoppen vi Maurice'i 6:30 pjn. 

Gloucester Auto vi RPM 8:30 p.m. 

Monday, July II 

O'Sl Pierre vi Uplown Club 6:30 pjn. 

Gloucester Aulo vs Maurice's 8:30 p.m. 



Tuesday, July 12 

Uptown Qub vi Maurice'i 6:30 p.m. 

Moosehead Dry vi Shoppen 8:30 p.m. 

CITY AND DISTRICT MASTERS 

SOFTBALL LEAGUE 

Wednesday, July 6 

Blues vs Hustlers 6:30 p.nL Big River 

Slow Folki vs Breeze 8:30 p.m. JancviUc 

Thursday, July 7 

Breeze vi Legionnairei 6:30 p.m. ESN 

MoMtay, July 11 

Thunder vi Slow Folki 6:30 pjn. South 

LegioniuUrei vi Huitlen6:30 p.m. Big River 

Tuesday, July 12 

Breeze vi Blues 6:30 p.ro. South 

Slow Folks VI Thindei6:30 p.in. Big River 



Editor's note: 

H your league would like to 
have Its schedule published In 
Sports On Deck, Just drop It off 
at The Northern Ught. 



Parks and Rec 
plan soccer camp 
for July 11 to 14 



The Bathursl Paiks, Recreation 
and Tourism Department would like 
U) invite intermediate and advanced 
players 10 a soccer camp July 1 1 to 
14. 

The intcnnediate camp is for play- 
ers who want to perfect their indivi- 
dual and technical skills in the areas 
of ball control, passing, throw-ins, 
getting the ball into play, etc. 

The advanced camp is for players 
who want to perfect their individual 
skills in a game situation (game play, 
strategy). It is also geared toward 
those interested in coaching. 



The instructors at this camp are all 
afniiated with the University de 
Moncton Blue Eagles soccer team. 
Tahar Allaoui coached the team from 
1990 to 1993. Louis Kioyo and 
Bobby Kamneng are two of the 
team's biggest stars. 

The camps are open 10 players 
from six to 18 years of age. The cost 
to register is $75 per child (t-shin 
included). To register, or for more 
details, contact the Parks, Recreation 
and Tourism Department at 
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Local trio off to 
Junior Provincial 



Hook And 
SUce 

By SCOTT 
FERGUSON 
S47-«993 
Gowan Bra* Gol 




According to the weather man, and 
to many starting their vacations, the 
season of golf has officially arrived. 

Kevin Hachcy, Natalie Mean and 
Adam Degrace are off to the Junior 
Provincial in Edmundston this week. 

The Ladies' Provincial is July 1 1 
to 13 in Hampton, and the ladies' 
team trials are being played on those 
dales, plus an extra round on July 10. 
Valerie FreneUe, an alternate on last 
year's team, and Gisele Shaw, will be 
representing our club in the teams 
competition. Several other ladies arc 
heading south for the amateur title. 

While the ladies arc traveling, 
some men are honing their sicills for 
their amateur in mid-July. Good luck 
to all those representing Gowan Brae. 

On the local scene, next week's 
ladies' night will be a two-ball 
scramble format, which promises to 
be fun. Ladies can feast on their own 
steak with the trimmings, and prizes 
arc being provided, all for a mere $S. 
Deadline is this Saturday. 

On July 16, there are two tourna- 
ments the ladies might want to select 
from, in Bouctouche and Pokc- 
mouche. The men, on the other hand, 
are invited to participate in the annual 
two-man scramble Moosehead Pot of 
Gold on that same Saturday. 

MEN'S OPEN 

One for the long-range planners is 
the Men's Gowan Brae Open on July 
30 and 31. Entries for both can be 
paid at the bar. 

If official competitive golf is not 
your style, you should check out 
ladies' night on Tuesdays or men's 
nights on Thursdays, which always 
offer camaraderie and great food. 

This Thursday, the lasagna will be 
served by the Bank of Commerce 



City driver 
wins stock 
heat at 
MacKay's 

A Bathurst ipaQnWOw away the 
competition in the third heat of stock 
car racing in Douglastown last 
weekend. 

Peter Chisolm. driving Bathurst 
Mechanic's Plus Chevrolet, defeated 
driver Tim Rodgers of Boundary 
Creek, in the third heat of the 
qualifying rounds at the Newcastle 
Ready Mix feature stock car race, 
held at the MacKay's Speedway in 
Douglastown Satuiday. 

ciusolm ended up placing 13th 
overall in the fmal. out of a field of 25 
drivers. 

Ray McCray of South Esk took it 
all, capturing the checkered, and 
winning the top prize, and the major- 
ity of the lap leader bonus. 



guys. Mixed twosomes can sign up 
each week on the bulletin boards for 
the Friday evening soir6e. 

Another of the popular bash and 
barbeques is lined up for July IS. 
Remember, the more you participate, 
the more enjoyment you will reap. 

Gowan Brae's threesome for the 
National Club Teams' Competition 
(NCTC) was selected on Sunday. 
Valerie Frenetie, Sharon Connelly 
and Anne Aneneault had the best 
nets in the three handicap divisions. 
They will be off to Magnetic Hill for 
the Provincial Round and possibly to 
the nationals, hosted in Fredericton. 
Congratulations and good luck. 

While the skies opened in Bathurst 
on July 1, four ladies travelled to Ste. 
Ignace and enjoyed sunny skies along 
with the ever-challenging course. 
Shelagh Eddy, Nola Hachey, Ya- 
londe McLaughlin (a new member 
this year) and Kathy GrebeiK all 
brought home prizes. 

Finally, those of you who signed 
up for matches, be on the watch to 
meet deadlines. Get in contact with 
your partners and competitors early. 
If you missed the sign up for the 
junior-senior match play, see Mark 
Brewster. 

Remember, until next week, keep 
it on the fairway! 



Pet of the Week 

Cuddles 




My name is Cuddles. 

1 'm sad today because I've been 
l(X)king for a home to live in and I 
can't find one. I'm staying at the 
Animal Shelter right now, and the 
people who look after me are 
really nice, but they don't have 
time to play games with me. 

I'm a female terrier mix, seven 
weeks old and black and white. 

If you're intftttsted in giving 
me a home, come to the Bathurst 
Animal Shelter at 975 Sutherland 
Ave., phone 548-8537. 






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Playoff title to Apple Auto Glass 

The Division Two playoff championship of the Budweiser Men's Bowling 
League was won by Apple Auto Glass this season. Team memben recently 
received plaques at the league's awards banquet, held at the Rough Waten 
Recreation Centre. Front from left are Robert Young. Ken Roy aind Gerald 
Pitre. Back: Stephen Legacy, Robert Roy and Ken Pitre. Missing is Don 
Roberts. 

(Northtm Light Photo) 




Superior's athletes of year 

Superior Junior High School recently held its year-end awards banquet for 
students in Grade 8 and 9, who will be attending Bathurst High School next 
year. The Grade 8 athletes of the year for 1993-94 arc, front from left, 
Shannan Taggari and Katie Gammon. Back: The Grade 9 athletes of the year 
are Tandi Dempsey and Jason Taggart. 

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The Gloucester Coca-Cola Kings 
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presented a plaque to Coca-Cola 
Bottling Ltd., in appreciation of the 
company's generous support during 
the 1993-94 season, and their con- 
tinued s upport in 1 994-95. Jim Jessop 
(left), president of the Kings hockey 
club, is shown making the presenta- 
tion to Eric Cormier of Coca-Oda 
Bottling. 

_ (Nofthorn Ught Photo) 

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St. Sauveur 
shooter 
on target 

A Sl Sauveur man cleaned up at a 
rifle-shooting competition held June 
25 and 26 at the Restigouche Shoot- 
ing Club. 

Martin Doiron look Tint place in 
the varmint score class, in the 100 
yard and 200 yard categories, as well 
as fint place overall. He did this bs 
shooting a perfect score of 250. with 
12 dead-centre shots, or bulls-eyes, in 
the 100 yard varmint category, and 
another perfect score of 250, with 
eight bull's-eyes in the 200 yard 
varmint category. This earned him an 
overall record of 500 points in the 
varmint class, with 20 bull's-eyes. 

Also doing well in this class was 
Henri Smith of Chario, coming sec- 
ond in the 100 yard and 200 yard 
categories, and second overall in the 
varmint class, with a score of 497, 
with 19 bull's-eyes. 

Jean-Marc Chiasson of Bathurst 
came third in the 100 yard category in 
this class, and Hermel Duguay of 
AUardville came fourth in the same 
category, as well as fourth in the 200 
yard category. Third place in the 200 
yard category went to Antoine Chias- 
son of St. Anne. 

Varmint is a method of scoring for 
target shooting. In this class, compe- 
titors shoot with long rifles at 25 
targets. 

Mr. Doiron also did well in the 
hunter class, coming second in the 
100 yard shootout, with a score of 
243, with five bull's-eyes, and third 
in the 200 yard category in the hunter 
class, with a score of 223. and 3 
bull's-eyes. This earned him a 
second-place overall fmish in the 
hunter class, with Mr. Smith coming 
Hrst, with a combined score of 472. 
and 13 bull's-eyes. 

The unlimited class was won by 
Mr. Smith, with second going to Mr. 
Doiron, and third being taken by Mr. 
Duguay. 

Finally, Jamie Calvert of Chario 
earned fust place Tinishes in the stock 
varmint class, and the stock hunter 
class. 




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Top dart players 

The Bathurst Ladies City Dart Leanie rewankd iu top playen recently 
during its annual awards banquet, held at the Herman J. Good V.C. Branch 
No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion. Root from left are Paula Doucet. singkt 
champ; Lillian Gray, singles runner-up. Bade Marie Savoie, rookie oftbe 
year, Gloria Russell 18&, and Gloria Doucet, 180 and high start Missing 
mxn photo is Jessie Lavigne, high Tuiish, 180, and ntott lOOirfos scores. 

(NofttMdi UgM Photo) 






Meet the Parks and Rec summer staff! 



The City of Bathurst Parks and Recreatioa lummer staff and maintenance 
staff recently held a beginning of the season barbecue at the Bathurst Sports 
Chalet Pictured, front, left: Sieffan Loupelle, Jennifer Veniol, Rene 
Ouelletie, Lise Roy. Paicale Grant, Denise Duguay, and Wes Kientead. 
Middle: Bruce Boucher, project manager, Helene Thibodeau, recreation 
co-ordinator. Terry Poirier. Mcnique CoTlon. Ken Haubrich, Julie Melanson, 



Sophie Deschenes, Lexie Farrell. Catherine Glover, Liza Robichaud and 
Marc Savoie. Back: Andrew Kerr, Scou Ross, Paul L^er. Tammy Good, 
Serge Theriault, Adrienne Dawson, Kristine Hachey. Sophie Thibeault. 
Jansen Somers, Steven Skrobot. and Martin Leger. 

(NortfMrn UgM Pholo) 



Mill bowling league's best 

The Moosehead Mill Bowling League recently heU its year-end awards 
banquet at Capitol Lanes, where its top individual bowlen were presented 
with plaques recognizing their accompushments. Front from left are Wayne 
McLean, most improved bowler. Bud Hanley. 320 high triple in Section B 
playoffs: and Ernie Leger, 14S high sin^ in Section A playoffs. Back: Lionel 
boubire. 113.4 regular season high average and 376 high triple in Section A 
playoffs: Glen McLean. 387 r^ular season high triple and 1 113 runner-up 
avoage during the regular season: uid Gr^ Doucet, 97 r^lar season high 
no mark. Missmg from photo are Blair Chamberlain. 160 regular season high 
single; Datyl McLean. 160 regular season high single and 284 regular season 
high double: Paul Heckbert, 2SS high double in Section A playoffs: and 
Charlie McLean. 127 high single in Section B playoffs and 233 high double in 
' Section'^ playoffs. 




winners of bowling pennant 

The Budweiser Men's BowUng League recentlv held its annual awards 
banquet at the Rough Waters Recreation Centre. Picking up the regular season 
championship in the Chaleur Family Lanes league was Chiasson Janitor 
Servne. Memben of the team are, from from left. Owen Boucher and Louis 
Comeau. Back: Michel Viermeau. Bemie Chamberiain (captun), and 
Stephen Belanger. Missing from photo are Mike Thibodeau and Lynus 
Buggie. 

(NofttMcn LJqM Pfiolo) 



Lavigne captures pennant 

The Diet Coca-Cola Women's Bowling League recently held iU annual 
awards tnnquet at the Big River Recreation Centre, where Dorvna Lavigne's 
team was reo^gnized for naving won the league's regular season champion- 
ship. Fhxtt from left are Irene langlab. Odette Savoie and Brenda Garrett. 
Back: Debbie Latigston. Shirley Allain and Donna Lavigne (captain). 
Missing is Elvira Lavigne. 

(Northwn UgM Pholo) 





Couture edges McLean in playoff Best in the regular season 



Lionel Couture's team edged the one captained by Don McLean in the race 
for the playoff title in the Moosehead Mill Bowling League this past season. 
Memben of both teams were rewarded with plaques at the leagiie's annual 
awards presentation, held recently at Capitol Lartes. Memben otthe winning 
team are, frx>nt from left. Joe Henry, Lionel Couture, Oilles Robichaud and 
Paul Heckbert Missing is Junior Aneneau. Ivrice Vienneau (back) wu the 
sole member of 7 McLean's team attending the presentation. Missing are Don 
McLean (captain). Bill GaUagher, Logan Wiseman. Harry Sullivan and 
Alfred Mebuison. 

(Nonhwn UgM Photo) 

A's out for revenge against Sox 



The Budweiser Men's Bowling League recently hekl its annual awards 
banquet at the Rough Waten Recreation Centre, where top bowlen in the 
regular season were rewarded with plaques. Front from left are Louis 
Comeau, 100 high no mark: Michel Vienneau. 239 runner-up double with 
handicap: and Daniel Couture, 162 nmner-up single with hatidicap. and 96 
runner-up no mark. Back: Daniel Basque. 199 high single: Rheal Boucher. 
426 high triple with handKap: and Stephen Bdanger. 247 high doable. 

(Nonhom UgM PImIo) 



Wins top playoff bowling title 

Marie Martel's team wu the Division One playofT champion this year in 
the Diet Coca-Cola Women's Bowling League. She and her teammates 
received plaques for the victory at the Ingue's annual awards banquet, heU 
recently at the Big River Recreation Centre. Ront from left are Marie Doucet, 
Marie Mattel (captain), and Yvonne Daigle. Back: Shirley Legacy and 
Connie Daigle. Missing from photo are Lorenza Doucet and Angelie Doucet 

(Nofthofn UgM Ptiolo) 



CANADIAN TIRE TIDE TIMES 



The Balhunt Union Centre White 
SoK beat Belledune last week, upping 
their recoid to 4-S won-k)St in the 
Restigouche Intermediate Baseball 
League. 

The game was plaved June 29 in 
Belledune, against me Moosehead 
A's, wilh the White Sox winning 
17-12. The wirming pitcher was 
Roddie MacKenzie, and taking ihe 
loss was A's pitcher Ron Lavigne. 

The top hitten for the While Sox 



were Jason Couture, with a home tun, 
a double and a single, and Darryl 
Doucet, with two doubles and a 
single. 

llie A's also showed their stuff, 
with top hitter Dean Moriarity wilh 
two silkies and a double, arid Jim 
Guitard with a homer and a single. 

The White Sox meet the A's on 
their home turf tonight Wednesday in 
the Coronation Park ballfleld. 

The Tint pitch of the game is 
lenutively set for 7:30 pjn. 



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Friday, July 8, Door open at 7:30 P.M. 

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Reginald Doucet (left), was the winner of a 12-speed mountain 
bike from Eric's Metro, Miramichi Ave. Seated is Mr. Doucet's 
9-year-old son Marco, and presenting the prize is Eric Het)ert, 
(gent/operator of Eric's Metro. With the purchase of gas throughout 
the nrwnth of June, you became eligible for the draw. ITie July prize 
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Best in their class 

J. Gordon Chalmers Junior High School recently reocwnized its lop studenu at each jpide level with Subiect 
Awards. Winnen were those with the highest maiki in each subject, for Grades 7, 8 and 9. Seated Cram left are Ellen 
Vessie. science and physical educatioQ^tealth (Grade 8); Hetfher Doucet. sodal studies (Grade 8X Slacey Van 
Buskirk. humanities (Grade 8); and Christine Bladcett, ph^ical education (Grade 9). Back: Caroline Picot, math, 
music and technok>gy (Gnule 8): Donna Bottdreau. RreiKh (M) and language arts (Grade 8); Kfim Baldwin, sdeo^ 
and humanities (Grade 9): Marika Ciowther. French (M) (Grade 9): and Ryan Mdjean, langoafB ails, nench ao^ 
studies and health (Grade 7). Gnde 7 winnen missiiig fiom photo are Adam Doheity. madi: Nancy Cannier, adeoce 
and technok^; Todd Coombs, social studies and physical education; Melissa Cormier, art; Erica Payne, mask; 
Melissa BoyoTFicnch (M); Diane David. French (R); Cooitney Roy, humanities: and KeOv Reinsboroagh. humanities 
and physical educatior^iealth. Grade 8 students missing are Carmen Hussey, French social studies; undy Michaod, 
art; Ryan Doucet, physical education and Ptench (R); and Julie Chamberlain, health. Grade 9 students misstnt are 
Dawn Daley, language aru, music and technology; Brian Jagoe, math; JefT Ouignard. French social studies; Curtis 
Legacy, social studies; Gory Petdgrew. art; Neil Daigle, health; Michael Juergens, Fnench (R); and Cynthia 
Babineau. physical education/health. (Nonhwn UgM Plwio) 



Partial paving announced for Route 11 



Route 1 1 from Janeville towards 
Grande Anse will be repaved this 
summer. 

In August, an 8.S kilometre stretch 
ofRoulell will be repaved as part of 
a $30 million upgrading program to 
improve New Brunswick's highways 



this year, said a release. 

The program was announced by 
Premier Frank McKenna and Trans- 
portation Minister Sheldon Lee last 
month. 

The $30 million will cover a total 
of 88 kik)metres of paving and 56 



kikMoeires of upgrading, creating an 
estimated 400 direa seasonal jobs, 
and 350 indirect seasonal jobt. 

The first lenders for the projects 
will be advertised within a week, and 
the remainder will be tendered as 
soon as possible, said the releue. 




iODE chapter rewards top scholastic efforts 

Members of the Nicolas Denyi cinpier lODE wem on hand at the J. Gonbn Chaltnets Junior Hifh School awards 
coemony June 23, presenting books on Canada to top Grade 8 sodd studies studenu. Rec^enu of the awards «^ 
front from left. Donna Boutfoau, Heather Doucet. Caroline Picot and Slacey Van BusUtk. Members of the K»B 
attending the ceremony were, back from left, Frances Ftlerson, standard bearer, Mary Roge rs, rgrc P*; *°a ^dma 
Ronalds, education coordinator. (Northern UgM Phoie) 

Hachey appointed to board 



A Bathurst man hu been ap- 
pointed to the Nor'East Health Net- 
work board, effective July 1. 

Joe Hachey of Bathurst was ap- 
pointed to the board by Badiurstcity 
councilkxs, at a special public meet- 
ing of city council June 27. 

There are 15 members on the 
board. Four memben are nominated 
by Heahh Minister Russell King, the 
boud of directon nominated three 



members, the Religieuaes hospitalit 
*res de Saint-Josqih nominated one 
member, and the other seven mem- 
ben will be nominated by the munici- 
palities and k)cal districtt from the 
r^nn served by the Nor'East Health 
Network. 

Mr. Hachey is the City of Bath- 
urst's nomination. The cither board 
members are Gerry Pelletier, Bath- 
urst: Brigitte Sivret. Bathurst; AziMa 



Morals. Bathurst; Th6ogtae Losier. 
Tracadie; Claude Poirier, Caraquet; 
Colette Hach6. Petit Lamique: Ruth 
While, Beresford; Sisterr Sarah Mail- 
let. Tracadie; Dr. Louis-Marie 
Gauthier, Shippagan; Ren6 Beaudel, 
Beresford; Paul Blanchette, Shippa- 
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Roger Boudreau, PaquetviUe; Marcel 
Garvie, Beitnmd; and Denis Lavoie, 
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Car donated to Bathurst NBCC 

Ocoeral Moton of Canada Ltd.. in conhmclion willi Bmmwick Ptaotiic Buick LttL, recently donated « vehicle to the 
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ttadeaia ia a pnctkal traioiiit oowae. Pidued. liam left Elinor Dutcher. distiK 

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Co-operators helps fund cancer research 

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Brae goif coarse in Bathurst The funds came from Co-operaton' corporate CARE (Community Action Reaches 
Everyone) program, and will be used for cancer research. From left are Maurice LeCouffe, president of the Bathurst 
unit of the Canadian Caixxr Society; Peter While, orte of eight Bathunt golfers who participated in the event; Diane 
Hachey, service representative for the Co-operaton; and Gil Frenette, Co-operators' district sales manager. 

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New way needed 
to measure economy 



Bo's future is undecided 



Innovatioa has rendered the usual 
wajiv of mcasaring the eoooony 
innfiBCtive. Needed is a new set of 
rales that cq)tine an expanding eco- 
nomk aniverse, Business Week 
ugftet in a recent cover story. 

This notkn is not new. A decade 
aga people weie complaining that 
traditioiial measures such u factory 
output, building, and exports of raw 
naterial failed to measure the bur- 
geoning service economy. Today, we 
atill use the same numben. The 
current complaint is that Ib^ do not 
^ve fiill weight to technological 

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Buelneee Anahrel 

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deal ot nnoney on what some like to 
call the Old Economy — food, 
ckxhing. sheher. automobiles, edu- 
catkn. In Cact. I'd ar;^ we spend 
most of oar disposable income on the 
same old thiiigs. Add to the basics 
leisttre s^endmg M (ribvfes. restaur- 



There u no word whether the 
Bohemian nightclub will be ck>sed 
for good after this week's beach 
parw. 

Manager (jrace Keriny said the 
likiwout beach par^T is being hekl 
tonight Wednesday tfarou^ Sauirday 
night, to use up the remaming Ik|uor 
and bea stock m the Sl Peter Avenue 
nightclub. 

"There is nothing concrete to tell 
as far as the future. Probaby there will 
be nothing in the summer, and then 
we'll wait until the bll to deckle for 
lure," sakl Ms. Kenny, daughter of 
the Bohemian's owner, Arthur Lee. 

This is the fust time The Bohemian 



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has been opened since June 11. Mr. 
Lee deckled to ckiae the popular 
nighupot last month to ponder 
market conditions, and the Bo's 
future. 

There will be no cover charge for 
the four-night beach party, prizes will 
be won, and people are encouraged to 
wear their summer clothes. The 
Bohemian's beach party has been an 
annual summer event since 1987. 

The other two bars on the same 
premises. Pitcher's Pub and My 
Place, are remaining open. 

Mr. Lee bought the Bohemian in 
1982. and added the other two bars to 
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so-called New Eoooomy, Joseph 
Schimq>ler (1893-I9S3X an Austrian 
economist and Harvard Univenity 
pro f e ss or, recognized the implica- 
tkns of change 00 eoonomic theory. 
(Schompeicr believed in progren 
dirough science, an idea that has 
(aOea out of fashion recently.) 

Paul Romer of the University of 
California at Berkeley, one of 
Scfaampeter't modem foOoweis. has 
written sbout how tecbaological 
progress can cfaaige growth, "^st as a 
new jet turbine or a new biotechnol- 
ogy drug spells the (fiffoenoe be- 
tween a plodding ecanomy and a 
dynaimc one," BusUuss Week writes. 

The implications is that the eco- 
nomy is much stronger than most 
forecasten think it is, charged by a 
new wave of iruiovatioa that b^an 
with the bifofinatkn Revolution and 
spread to finaiKial services, media 
and convendonal mana&ctsren. 
While sales surge, prices win be kept 
in dwck by pobal oompetitkn. 

It may be tneAd toanHy this idea 
to the home economy. By the 1980s, 
people were ipeodiitg more money 
on services, tat example, then they 
were m 1950: health clubs, spas, 

financial advisers. Today, the aver- 
age househoM probably is speiidiiig 
more money on technology than it dkl 
a decade or so ago. 

The questkm is, are these shifts 
enough to justify redefining eco- 
nomic measares? 

Possibly, b« we still spends a good 



Eoonomy? 

Does the proUfenukn of televi- 
sions, VCRs and the like warrant a 
new way of economic thinking? 
Thie. we cookl add computen and 
ceUalarielephones. but dtey have yet 
to caich fire with oonsnmen. So how 
much are w*Jikely to mid onihings 
we coukfai't imagine five years ago? 

Unleu diqwcable income suraes, 
conumer spending on the New Eco- 
nomy could prove disappointing. 
How much will the average person 
pay for cable televisiaa and interac- 
tive communication? Or to hook up 
by modem to the Interest? 

The big market for these innova- 
tions is business, big and small. 
Peo|)ie relaxing in thdr homes will 
continue to get dieir information die 
usual way — fiom leleviskm, news- 
papers, magazines and books. As 
diey dkl before, they will qwnd most 
of their money on the basics. 

That's not to say a diange in how 
we measure die economy would not 
be helpfuL But what is needed is a 
minor adjustment radier dian a struc- 
biral overfaauL 



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Kim Gallant 
N.D.P. 



Valentine Ward 



Return not filed 



Liice-Andr6c Gauthier 
P.C. 



Jean-Marie Michel 149 



$49,575.00 



$61,965.34 



$ 8,563.62 $53,401.72 



Losier, Doiron & 
Larocque 



Douglas Young 
Lib. 



Gerald J. Lizotte 



14 



$50,856.80 



$46,.W.72 



$ 500,00 $45,887.72 Joanne Richard 



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candidates may be examined by contacting the Returning Officer: 

Alban Duguay, P.O. ^px 12, 179 - 15th Street, Shippagan, N^. EOB 2P0 

* Permitted Limit of Election Expenses for 
Acadie- Bathurst: $53, 496. 03 



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To raise money 

for the Canadian 

Rehabilitation 

Council for ti\e 

Disabled, 224 people 

pedalled the streets 

of BafhiHst 



The CaiwdUn Rehabilitation Council for the Disabled is one of New Brunswick's most important of Royal Bank Rides for Raster Seals - a special event the bank organized to olcbrate its 1 25{h anniver- 

institutions. Just ask Emily T>omo of Taymoufh Emily benefits from the Council's new Toy Library. sary and to help Easter Seals' programs. Money raised fn>m the ride will help childrvn. like Emilv. do 

funded by Easter Seals. This library is unique in that it provides Kittery -opera ted toys that have been some of the things they always wanted to do, but cmildnt 
specially adapted with a variety o( switches for childnm with strength and cixirdinahon diffiailty We'd like to thank all the bicycle riders, the p.^)pl,• 

Recently, volunteers (nm Royal Bank and other businesses in the oimmimity turned out to ride ol lUthurst and E,isier S-als for giving children the help 

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The location: 

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• Adjacent to a future park and a two minute 
walk to a quiet peaceful waterfront park 

• Wlttiin walking distance of miles of ski. hiking 
trails and Ihe future Squire Green Golf Course 

• Just a healthy walk to downtown and St 
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Mart>le entrances 

Professkxiol designing and decoratkjn 

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1800 sq.ft. per unit 

Maintenance tree exteriors 

Modern convenient kftchens 

OeNQhtful t3((oht bathrooms 

Heotthy, ventikjtion systems 

Low cost heating maintenance and taxes 

FroehokJ ownership 

New Brunswteks first 5 year limited warranty. 

That* s 4 years tongef ttxjn required by Ation- 

tte Conodas New Home Warranty ' 

No property taxes In 1994 

Property tax rebate 75% in 1 995. 50% in 1 996 

and 25% in 1997 

Pre-instalk3tk3n for central vacuum system 

Pre-wired for cable 

Pre-wired for telephone 

Pre-wifed for security alarm system 

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Completely landscaped lots 

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Important Contribution to the Completion of Bathurst's 

first luxury Town House 
"The Villas at Squire Haven" 



Best Wishes 

For A Successful 

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at 
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Squire Haven 



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Trusses 

Supplied by 

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685 Riverside Dr. 

546-4281 



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Flooring, Mini Blinds, Drapes 
and all Interior Decorations 
by THE CARPET RANCH 
Beresford, 548-8881 



Quality Painting Plus the 

installation of Shingles 

& Siding by 

BERESFORD HOME llrfPROVEMENT 

542-2989 or 548-9621 



Furniture 

FURNITURE VILLAGE DU MEUBLE 

25 Youghall Dr. 

547-8892 



Windows and doors 

Manufactured locally by 

CITY THERMOPANE LTD. 

available at Eddy Building Centre 

660 St. Anne St., 546-7300 



Electrical & Heating 

Installed by 

PRO ELECTRIC 



Kitchen Cabinets 

& Vanities 

Manufactured locally by 

DECOR 2000 

445 MacDonald St., 546-2002 



General Contractor 

Daniel Fournier 

Building Quality Homes 

In the Chaleur Region 

783-4035 



Plumbing & Electrical Supplies 
Bathroom Fixtures & Faucets 

by ELCO 
1050 Vanler Blvd 

546-8220 



Ready-Mix Concrete, Asphalt 
Driveways & Excavation 

BATHURST ASPHALT & READY MIX 

546-3309 



Form Work & Foundations 

by 

VERNON PITRE FOUNDATIONS 

783-8472 



Plumbing Installation 

by 

ARMAND COMEAU 

522-2853 



TJI Floor Joist System 

by 

LEON CHOUINARD & FILS 

Eel River Crossing 

826-2154 



Stucco 

Installed by 

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LIFESTYLES 



Ilic NorlJtcni l.ighi. Wed.. July 6. 1994 — IC 



Meat color and other 
facts for barbecue fans 



Public Health inspectors fre- 
auently receive inquiries concerning 
food handling, food prefMnlian and 
food nomfe especially duiing the 
summer naonths. 

1. Why is pre-packaged ground 
beef often red on the outside, but a 
greyidi brown on the inside? 

Thia coioi difference is a natuial 
phenomenon. When red meat is ex- 
posed to air, its natural picment, 
ORymyoglobin, combines with oxy- 
gen lojirodiioe the led color referred 
10 as "Uoom." The inside portion of 
the meat, whUe perfeclW safe, may be 
darlser due to lack oi^ oxygen. 

2. Do bacteria from poultry conta- 
minate the counter and everything 
ihey contact? Can bacteria pass from 
object 10 otyect or into cuu on my 
hands? 




In The Kitchen 

Manager's 

shortbread 

tarts 



In the kitchen this week is 
Oetus Doucel, office manager for 
Doooet's Landscaping. 

CletHS, and his wife. Aane 
Marie, are Bath- 
urst natives, and 
have three nown 
chikfaen. Cletas 
is entering his 
ninth vear as a 
School District 
15 trustee. 

Ame Marie's recipe for short- 
bread tans is a sunmier bvoriieof 
Qecus*. 
Skortbmul tarts 

1 c. butler 

1/2 c. king sugar 

1 1/2 c. flour 

1 Tbs. cornstarch 
FUUng 

1-9 oz. pkg. softened cream 

1 can Eagle Brand 

1/3 c. lemon juice 
' -1 iq). vaniUa -.-,»,. 

For the crust. nUx aU tai|re- 
dients in bowl, with a mixmaster. 
Don't roll die crust, but pat into 
tinv mufRn tins, approximaldy 1 
1/2 inches in diameter. Use your 
fingers lo form shells. Then, prick 
the botioau with a fork, and bake 
20 minntes at 300 10 32S degrees. 
Durinc baking time, prick bottoms 
again if the sheila puff api These 
may be made in btfge qoantity and 
froasen. 

For the filling, in a targe bowl, 
beat cream cheese until fluffy. 
Gradually beat in milk. Stir in 
lemon juice and vanilla. Fill tartt 
at least two houn before serving. 
10 allow fbvon to Mend. Top with 
fiesh fruit, like kiwi, strawberries, 
or a peach tlce. 

MONTHLY CAKE DRAW 

You can win a delidoua 
cake fW»n Jamieaon's Save- 
Easy, Place Bathurst Mall. 
July's winner is Alyre 
Boudreau. 

To enter, submit a recipe to 
In The Kitchen, c/o The 
Northsm Li|^t. P.O. Box 4 16, 
Bathurst. E2A 3Z3, along 
with your name, telephone 
number and photo. 

JAMDESON'S 




Place Bathurst Mall 

Rou|^ Waters Drive 

ft Beresford 

Qiiiim Save-Easy 

Allardville 



Think Prevention! 

A column on pravMMlv* hoolth, 
wrinon by mombora ot ttw 
DapomiMnl o( PubNe Hoaltli 



Poultry, like all nw foods of 
animal origin, carries salmoneUa and 
other bacteria. It shouU be handled 
carefully to prevent crou contamina- 
tion. Never let raw poultry or its 
judes contact cooked foods or foods 
that will be eaten raw like salad 
ingredients. 

SalmoneUa bacteria must be eaten 
to cause illneu. They cannot enter 

Sa body through a cut en your 
kL Refrigeratioo slows the growth 
of sabnondta and thorough cooking 
deMroys iL 

3. I'm concerned about the dark 
cokw of meat around the bones of 
chickea How do you prevent it? 

Fust, it's perfectly safe to eat 
ducken meat that tunu dark during 
cooking. The darkening around the 



bones occurs pnmahly in young 
broiler-fryers seven to nine weeks 
old. Since their bones have not 
calcified completely, pigment from 
the bone marrow can seep through 
the porous bones. When the chicken 
is cooiocd, the pigment turns dark. 
Try buying a nMxe mabire five- lo 
seven-pound baking hen or debone 
chicken before cooking. 

4. The slKcd ham and roast beef I 
bought from the deli shimmen with 
green iridescent colon. Does this 
mean it is spoiled? 

Not necessarily. Meat contains fat, 
iron and many other compounds. 
When light hiu a slke of meat, it 
splitt into colon like a rainbow. 
There are also various pigments in 
meat compounds wtuch can give it an 
iridescent or greenish cast when 
exposed to heat and processing. 

Spoiled meat wouM probably also 
be slimy or sticky, and have an 
off .odor. 

For more information, contact 
your local Public Health office at 
547-2062. 




Pets need sunscreen 



Sununer has arrived, in all its heat 
and humidity. We as hununs can turn 
on faru and air conditioners, but our 
pets have to take whatever care we 
give them. 

Be sure your pet has shelter from 
die sun by a screened-in area of his 
house, or under shade of trees. 

Have water avaitaUe for him at all 
times. Keep his food dishes clean 
when not in use, because of flies and 
insects. 

Never take your pet in your car if 
you go shoppmg. A car heats up to 
100 degrees very quickly (and, of 
course, never leave a child alone in a 
car at anytime!). 

If you walk vour dog, you can put 
sunscreen on the tips via the bridge 



Pet News 

By MAROUERITE 
MORRISON 



of his note. (Do not walk your pet in 
extreme heat) 

Keq) pets indoon between 1 1 a.m. 
and 2 pjn.unless he has shade, as this 
is the hottest part of the day. 

FbUow these simple guidelines 
and your pet will enjoy die summer 
— and so will you! 

Maranerlte Morrisoa b presi- 
dent of the Bathurst SPCA. 



Book by Bathurst native wins 
award for best family geneology 



A Bathunt native recently re- 
turned lo her roots, to promote her 
roots. 

Therese Burke Lafond, now of Sl 
Laurent, Que., was in Bathunt for the 
month of June lo visit friends and 
family, and to promote her self- 
published book about her family tree. 

The book, entitled Joseph d Joseph 
i Michel Hachi, TharstlU Arseneau, 
Marie Laiendresse et Leur Descen- 
dance, won the 1993 Percy W. Fby . 

The $300 award is given out by the 



Socidtd gdn^logique canadienne 
fran^aise to a member of the society 
who wriles the best family tree, or 
family geneology, and submits it to 
the society. 

The purpose of the award is to 
encourage members to trace their 
family roots. 

Mrs. Burke Lafond's book is about 
her maternal grandparents, Joseph 
Hach£ and his nrst and second wives, 
ail of West Bathurst. 

"1 definitely wanted lo fmd out my 




family roots, and I wanted my child- 
ren to know of our family roots, 
which is the main reason I wrote the 
book," she said in an inierview at the 
Nepisiguit Centennial Library. 

"Winning this prize is dcfiniiely an 
encouragement" 

She is currently selling copies of 
her book for $30 each. They arc 
available from Mrs. Burke Lafond's 
sister, kx:al writer Eugenie (Nin) 
Doucct, at 904 Murray Sl or by 
calling her at 546-6177. 

Mn. Burke Lafond is now inter- 
ested in writing a book about her 
grandfather's brothen and sisters, 
and their family tree. 



Former Bathurst resident Therese Burke Lafond lecenily looked over her 
self-pttbUshed genealoo of her maternal grand£ather widi Jacooes Filist- 
rauh, head librarian oT the Nepisiguit Centennial Library in Bathurst. 

(Nonhom UgM Photo) 



Mother of three teenagers returns 
to books, earns high school diploma 



She herself is die mother of three 
leenagen. 



ANNOUNCEMENT 




Mr. and Mrs. Patrick and 
Elaine Furlotte woukj like to 
announce the forthcoming 
marriage of their daughter 
Brandy Constance to Ren6 
Bertin, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Joseph and Bernadette 
Bertin. 

The wedding to take 
place at Holy Rosary Church 
July 30, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. 
Reception to follow at Bath- 
urst Marina. 




Chmdcttt VieiiMau 



You are never loo old to learn. 

That is die message Oaudetie 
Viennean of Badmnt wanu to de- 
liver to people pondering a return lo 
school. 

Mrs. Vienneao, 45, oompleied her 
academic nppading June 23 at die 
New Brunswick Community College 
in Badinrst, afler leaving school at 
the age of 12. 

"I want people to know that when 
you really want to help yourself, 
there is alwrays someone around who 
will support you," she said, "and if 
you persevere, there's a nice reward 
at the end of it all" 

By completing her upgrading, 
Mn. Vieaneau became die first of 16 
children in her family to graduate 
from high school 



If you want to drink, 

that's your business. 

If you want to stop 

Call 

Alcoholics 

Anonymous 

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2C — The Northern Light, Wed.. July 6. 1994 

Summer can mean 
allergy problems 



VON In 
The 908 

By VEROMCA 
RATCHFORO 




Many people suffer needlessly 
wilh a variety of allergic symptoms. 
They do not know that they are 
allelic to substances in the air or 
around the house, or to certain foods 
or chemicab. 

If you come in contact with some- 
thing you nuy be aller^c to. your 
body thinks that it is being attacked 
and sends out a type of alarm and 
releases a substance called histamine. 
This is a natural part of your body. 

If a family member has allergies, 
the chances are greater that you will 
develop allergies, but not necessarily 
the same type of alieigies. 

Some allergic symptoms may be as 
foltows: 

1. Itchy red watery eyes. 



2. Runny nose or stuffed up nose. 

3. Sneezing. 

4. Itchy rash. 

5. Coughing or wheezing. 

6. Swelling. 

7. Feel lightheaded. 

8. Problems breathing. 
Apparently, 42 million Canadians 

suffer with allergiei. You may be 
feeling sick and miserable and you 
don't know why. If there is a possibil- 
ity that you may have allergies, 
contact your family doctor. Do not try 
to treat yourself. 

Allergic reactions may be very 
serious and can even lead to death if 
not treated properly. Always take 
your medication as prescribed by 
your doctor. 

VON may visit anyone at home 
who needs nursing care. Call 
548-2448 for more mfomoatioa. 

Veronica Ratchford ii a fomier 
exccntivc director of the Bathunt 
VON. 




To wed July 9 

Francis and Nancy Stack of Balh- 
urst are h^y to aimounce the 
engagement of their daughter. Caro- 
lyn Anne, io Daniel Jotq>h, son of 
Paul and Catherine Couture of Bath- 
voL The wedding wiU take place 
July 9. 1994 at the Sl Theresa 
Church, South BathursL 



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UNB's list of grads 
includes local students 



A number of Chaleur rMion stu- 
denu recently graduated nom the 
University of New Brunswick in 
Fredericlon. 

The degrees were awarded in 
convocadon exercises held in May, 
said a release. 

Receiving a bachelor of science 
degree (B.Sc.) with general standings 
was Aaron Theriauk of BathursL 

Receving B.Sc. degrees in engi- 
neering were: Tim O Conneil (me- 
chanical) of Bathunt, with flrst divi- 
sion standing; Shelley Duguay (ci- 
vil), Bathurst, general standing; 
Daniel Esson (mechanicalX Bathunt, 
general standing; Lisa McGregor 
(chemical), Belledune, general 
standing and Gino Foumier, Bath- 
unt, forest engineering. 

John Whelton of Pt^ceshaw re- 
ceived a bachelor of business admi- 
nistration (B.B.A.) with distiiKtion, 
while Dennis Leaert, Bathurst, re- 
ceived a B.B.A. degree with genenl 
standings. 

Shawn Dempsey of Jacquet River 
received a postgraduate bachelon' 
denee in bachdor of bws. 

Recciyjng 9 tichekjn* degrw in 
physical education was Christine 
Mangubat. Bathunt 

Fust division standing in the Ba- 
chelor of Nuning degree went to 
Cynthia Rosengren-Thorne of 
Badium. 

George Bogavac of Bathurst re- 
ceived a B.Sc. in computer science 
with honors, socializing in numeri- 
cal and itatiitical computiog. Also 
receiving B.Sc. degrees in computer 
science were Baihnnt's Jeff Keir 
(software systems), Dana Neumann 
(informatioo systems), and Kimberiy 
Smith. 

Susan Leger of Bathurst received 
Tirst division standing in the bachelor 
of education program, nxcializing in 
business education. Also receiving 
B.Ed. degrees with general standings 
were Bathurtt's Jennifer Anderson 



(elementary education), and Joh- 
nathan Henry (technology 
education). 

Don McKay, vice-prindpal of 
Bathunt High School, received his 
nuuter of education in educational 
foundations. 

Receiviiffi bachelor of aitadegrees 
with first<Hiss honon were Jennifa 
Johnsen (classics) of Bathurst. and 
Nicole Roy (ptytbotogy) of Bath- 
urst Also receiving BA degrees 
with second-class honon were Baih- 
urst's Gina Comeau (political ad- 
enoe) and Rhonda Kelly (political 
science). 

Receiving BX degrees with gen- 
eral standings were Michelle 
Arseneau, Pointe Vette; Karen Du- 
giuy and Derek McCallum, Bathurst; 
and Manfred Guitard-McDonnell, 
Belledune. 





The Heat Is On! 



Two degrees 

Leexay Jagoe. granddaughter of 
Mrs. Katie Jagoe ot Elatfautst. recei>- 
tly graduated from the CollMe of 
Saskatoon widi a bachelor of science 
decree in nuning. and a bachelor 
d^tee in psycbcMogy. She was the 
cIms valedictarian, and is now work- 
ing at the Plains Health Centre in 
Regina, Sask. She is a frequent visitor 
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The 1 994 graduates wish to express publicly and sincerely the appreciation they felt 
for the great support given to the Safe Grad party enjoyed by 93.5% of the graduating 
dass. We would like to tal^e this opportunity to specifically thank the following for their 
financial, material and personal support. As well, a special thanks to the citizens of this 
community, School Board Trustees and Bathurst High Teachers who volunteered their 
time to this project. 



/ Bathurst Kinsman / 

/ Bathurst Kintttes / 

/ Bathurst Richelieu Club / 

/ Bathurst Rotary Ciub / 

/ Baxter Dairy / 

/ Belledune Home & School / 

/ B.H.S. Class of '68 / 

/ Brunswick Mines / 
/ Brunswick Smelter 

/ Cassldy's Beverages / 

/ CWL Uttie Flower / 

/ CWL Our Lady of the Rosary / 

^ CWL Sacred Heart / 

/ Hostess / 

/ Jalilet, Richard / 

/ Jamieson's Save Easy / 

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Janeviiie Home and School 

Mary Gosnell Home & School 

McDonald's Family Restaurant ^ 

Masonic Lodge 

Neplslguit C<^Op 

The Northern Ught 

Parkwood Home and School 

Pokeshaw and Black Rock 

Recreational Center 

School District 15 

South Bathurst Home and School 

St. Simon and St. Jude Parish Council 

Superior Juntor High Home & School 

Superior Juntor High Student Council 

Dr. Chettiar 

Mr. Bemie Aliain - Bathurst City Police 

Mr. Peter Trembiay - Bathurst City Police 



Hatheway's in 
Bathurst and Tra- 
cadie Sheiloy are 
offering the largest 
inventory of cars 
and trucks in 
Northern New 
Brunswick. 

For this occasion 
we are offering to 
the first 150 cus- 
tomers, as of June 
1, 1994, buying a 
new car or truck, a 
chance to win a 
1994 Aspire dis' 
played on the roof 
nfxmr St, Patrick 
St. showroom, or 
$10,000 cash. 

Over 82 vehicles 
have been sold to 
date with less them 
70 left. Buy Now 
while selection is 
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The Nonheni Lighu Wed.. July 6. 1994 — 3C 




Business grad 

David Preston, son of Mr. and Mn. 
Oeorge Preston of Bathurtt, gra- 
duated this spring with a bachela of 
business administntioa degree fixmt 
the UniTeniW of New Bninswick in 
Rredericton. He and his wife, Sheiry, 
reside in New Maryland, and he u 
employed as a loans officer widi the 
Natioml Bank of Canada in Fiederic- 
loii. She is a staff aocounlant at 
Sunbuiy Transpoft Ltd. David is a 
1984 Bathurst High School graduate. 




Williams 
ordained in Ontario 

Former Bathurst man is now 
assistant priest in Sault St. marie 



A man with Bathurst roou was 
recently otdained to the priesthood. 

His Excellency. Most Reverend 
Jean-Lottia Ploufre, DD^ ^>"^ °^ 
the Diocese of Sault Ste. Maiie. One. 
ordained Michad Robert Williams to 
the priesthood by the laying oo of 
hanb on June 3, in Sl Piiu X Church 

in livdy. Ont 

Fkiha Michael is the ion (tf Robert 
Williams and the former Eleanor 
Melanaon of Bathttnt. and the grand- 
ton of Mrs. Opal D. Melanson of Big 
River. All three attended the cere- 
mony, and his snndmodier presented 
Father Michad with the white chasu- 
ble he wore at his first Mass of 
Thanksgiving June S. 

The nttin celetxanu at the June 3 
ordination ceremony were the Moat 
Reverend Bernard Pappin, D.D^ au- 
xilisy bishop of Sault Sle. Marie. 
Rev. Bonanl Bums, Rev. Ken Don- 
nelly. Rev. Al McMillan, and Rev. 
Miduel Prieur. 

The first readiiu was proclaimed 
by Sister Ewa Melanson, sn aunt of 
Father Michael Sister Ewa travelled 
from Mount Currie. B.C^ to beat the 
celebration. The second reading was 
proclaimed by Sister Madeline Ro- 
chcn, one of Father Michael's former 
school principals. 

At die ceremony. Father Michael 
was vested in stole and chasuble by 
Father Michael Piieur, professor of 
moral theology at St. Peter's Semi- 
nary in London, OnL, and by his 
parents. Robert and Eleanor 




Father Michael WiUiams 

WUliams. 

The chasuUe and paien used in the 
ordination ritual were presented by 
Father Michael's bn)(her. Andrew 
Williams, and his three sisters. Bon- 
nie Brown. Shelly and Cindy 
Williams. 

Relatives travelling from the Mari- 
times were Mn. Lorraine Roy. and 
cousin Derek Melanson, both of 
Newcasde; and Mn. Lenora Melan- 
aon of Bathurst, aunt of Fatho 
Michael 

Father Michael will be assistant 
priest at Sl Gerard MajelU parish in 
Sault Ste. Marie. OnL 



Earns B.Sc. 

Carolyn Mixon, formerly of Batb- 
ursL graduated May 29 Gran Loom 
Linda Univenity m Loma Linda, 
Califbrnia with a bachelor of science 
decMOjp dental hvgiene, magna cum 
bodd. she wu the recipient of the 
Sigma Phi Alpha Award and enrol- 
mem in die national honor society for 
dental hygienists. She is a 1980 
graduate of Bathurst Hieh School. 
Attending die graduation mm Bath- 
urst were her parents, Rheal and 
Phyllis Bonrque. ... 




UNB graduate 

Gino Foumier, son of CarmeDe 
and Jim Foumia of North Tetea- 
gouche, graduated this qiring fiom 
die University of New Brunswick in 
Ftederickn, widi a degree in science 
and forestry engineering. Gino, a 
1989 Badnirst High School graduate, 
is now employed in Terrace, B.C. 
with a consulting firm. 




LEGISLATIVE 

ASSEMBLY 

OF 

NEW BRUNSWICK 



Standing Committee on Crown Corporations 



The Standing Committee on Crown Corporations 
intends to hold public hearings on the New 
Brunswick Power Corporation Business Plan 
1994-1999. 

The Business Plan provides an overview of the 
Corporation's performance and directions, including 
detailed financial forecasts and rate increase 
consideratione. It examines key functional areas 
such as environmental performance, maricet prices 
and operating costs and the use of new technology 
to improve operating efficiency. 

The Committee Invites individuals and organizations 
wishing to comment to advise the Office of the Clerk 
of the Legislative Assembly of their intention to 
appear and to sutnnit their written presentations to 
the address below on or before August 26, 1 994. 

PubKc hearings will be scheduled in September. 



Address all corraspondence 
and inquiries to: 



The standing Committee on 

Crown Corporations 

Office of the Clerk 

Legislative Assembty of 

New Brunswick 

P.O. Box 6000 

Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5H1 

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New Downshore guides 



The Satanon Bead^ew Bandoo Biowniei hdd iheir annnal tty-up oucmoaf June 1 in Salmon Beach, with eight 
browniei moving up to Guidet. The leaden attavling the ceremony weie, leaied from left. Cindy Sullivan, Brown 
Owl; Jane Jagoe, Tawny Owl; Tilda Jagoe, Flipper, and Qafl Lavigne. district coounissianer. Tlie newest guides are, 
back from luk, Alyn Daky, Fnna Payne, Mindy Dempsey, Katherine Ellis. Jayme Chapman. Jessica Chtqmian, 
Tabitha Knowles and Kirsty Whelton. 

(Nortlwm Ughl Photo) 



Guides move up to Pathfinders 

Four giris with the Salmon Beacl^ew Bandoa Guides moved ap a notch to Pathfinders June 1. during a fly-up 
cerennay at Sl AlbanU Ouiich in Salmon Beach, llie gills, shown with dieir leaden, ate, fitom lefU Ducie Dun^ 
Kim Scott, ^kkr, Carolyn Ellis: KarU Snuth. guider in charge; Sandi Sinidu Ixsa Scott, giiider, ^^ 
Lavigne, district oommusioner. 

(NofflMfii LJgM Pholo) 




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guett Bartian Anaieaii, at her King Avenue hone. The lea was ocganized at a fund-niier for future 

aoci^ prailecic iUkB woriohm Mtacation and exhibit^^ 

door prfae tickets and nfflo*, ;> (Norfwm Ughi Photo) 



Rock and roH 



Curtis Hachey (left) and Brian Kenny of the Bathum rock band Wild Pitch, 
in peifonnanoe Satmday evening outtide Chakiir Oentre. The group was 
ph^ing as part of a day-kng event billed as Race Roast and Rock, which 
mvolved molocioss racing and a pig nMst HeM at the same time and kxaSt 
was Summeifest *94, \i^iidi constfted of a poker rally for motorcyclists and a 
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SNUs Ellen 
Cleghome on 
^Just For Laughs 



The Northcm Light, WoL. July 6, 1994 — 3 



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"Just for Laughs" dis- 
proves the old ' you had to 
be there" theory in rau- 
cous stylo. 

Mondays on CBC, 
"Laughs" takes viewers 
back to last year's Mon- 
treal Intematkxial Comedy 
Festival, wtiere tt>e hjnni- 
est nxxnents were cap- 
tured for release this sunv 
nier. 

On July 11, EHen 
Cleghome ("SatiflTtey 
Night Live") headlines an 
array of quick-witted com- 
ics and entertainers in- 
ckxJing The Vacant Lot. 
Larry MiHer, Rudy Coby 
and Ek)n QoM. 

"It ('Laughs') is not just 
another comedy show," 
says executive producer 
Aridy Nuhnan. "It's not 
sometfiing that's created 
for teievisk)n - it exists. It 
really is like ttw Olympics 
of comedy - ttmt's not a 



hype line." 

The show, whk:h earned 
a (Semini Award last sea- 
son, doesn't need hype. 
It's quality coniedy without 
any heip. 

"The good thing atxxjt 
'Just for Laughs,' ' Nui- 
man says, in refererKe to 
the 12-year-old festival, 

"is that we preceded the 
comedy boom by about 
three, four years, we lived 
tfte comedy boom and we 
succeeded Vhe comedy 
boom. And we're stW 
going strong. 

"Every hot trend usually 
leaves a monument of 
some sort, and this is a 
rnonument I guess the co- 
medy boom left the 
worid. ' 

And tfie entertainmem 
wodd is watching. 

'It's Hollywood's one- 
stop shopping center for 
tomorrows talent. " Nul- 



Lost episodes of 
THonejnnooners' to 
air on Family Channel 



Before Audrey Meadows 
was Alice, before Ed Nor- 
ton worked in the sewer, 
tftere was an early verskxi 
of "The Honeymooners." 
the famous sketch featur- 
ing Jackie Qleason. 

Sunday. July 10. The Fa- 
mily Ctiannel will offer a 
peek into teieviskxi history 
with "The Honeymooners 
Really Lost Debut Epi- 
sodes." Paul Reiser of 

"Mad About You " is host. 

The program revives 
very early kkiescope co- 
medy sketches ttutt were 
the forerunners of Glea- 
son's CBS series. "The 
HoneynKXHiers " The 
sketches wore originally 
seen on the oW DuMont 
Televi8k)n Network and 
have only recently been 
refurtished for airing. 

In the sketches, bus 
driver Ralph Kramden, 
played t}y Qleaaon, is nftar- 
ried to a woman named Al- 
toe, but ttie part was 
played tyy Pert Kelton. The 



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Kramdens' neighbors, the 
NortoTM, were played by 
Elaino Strftch and Art Car- 
ney. 

Stritch wouW eventually 
be replaced in ttte series 
by Joyce Randolph and 
Audrey Meadows took 
overas ANoe. 

Camey's experience 
wHh the show was also in- 
toreoting. In the very first 
"Honeymooners" sketch 
he was a poUceman. Only 
later dkl he become the 
botoved sewer-working si- 
dekk:k. Ed Norton. 

After Sunday's premiere. 
"The Honeymooners 
RoaMy Lost Episodes " re- 
peats on Ttie Family Chan- 
nel on July 16. 25. and 29. 




Lsny Miller 18 fesbned in Mondsy's instalment 
of **Just For Laughs'* on CBC. The summer series 
highlights funny moments from die 1993 ^fontreal 
Intemadonal (Comedy Festival. "Just For Lauglis" 
airs at 10 pjn. on Channel 4 and at 11 pjn. on 
Channel 37. 



nian says. ABC's fall two "Laughs" alumni, 
schedule includes shows The lO^Jay festival re- 
starring comk» Margaret turns to Montreal July 
Cho and Steve Harvey, 22-31. 



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THURSDAY 



JULY 7, 1994 
DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

S.-00 

S "Leaving Normal" S4iS7i 

7K» 
■ "Passed Away ' •745MS 

8:45 
9 "Grease" 4262316 

10:45 
9 "Salt on Our Skin" S4«s«23 

AFTERNOON 

12:45 
9 "Caught in the Act" 1766S620 

1:30 
GJ *** "Le Crime etait 
presque parfait (1954, Drame) 
Grace KeUy. Ray Milland. Un 
man trompeur veot bien perdre 
lamour d« sa (emme mais non 
pas sa fortune !b: 332362 

9 **V^ Xosin' It (1982, Co- 
medy) Tom Cruise. Jackie Earle 
Haley. Four teens hoping to 
lose their virginity m a Tijuana 
brothel pick up a woman head- 
ing south for a Mexican di- 
vorce. 74206*45 

2:30 
9 "Ed and His Dead Mother" 
365736 

4.-00 
9 "Morning Gtory ' M34604 

5:45 
9 "GoWdigger 37163668 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MOnNIMCs 

5:00 

9 mSlOE SPORTS m 653194 

5:30 
9 LA LUTTE WWF SUPER- 
STARS (R) 463194 
9 BURNT TOAST 471 7$4 

6:00 

9 MOTORINQ "M 929533 

9 y ORTS LATENKMT (R) 
132007 

6:30 

9 LES QUILLE8 (R) 465261 

9CANA0UN SPORTFISHINQ 
663194 

7K» 
9 SPORTSOESK n 326755 

7:30 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detallle 
des evenements sportifs de la 
ioumee. (R) m 206«30 

•.-00 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detalHe 
dea ev«nements sportifs de la 
tou rnee. (R) 1 665736 
9 SPORTSOESK m 155216 
%M 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume deUWe 
des ewnemanta sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) m MMU? 

MO 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaMIe 
des evenemen ts sportifs de la 
ioumee. (R) m nsarr 
9 SPORTSOESK m 65676* 

MO 
9 MSlOE SPORTS B 792604 

10M 
9 ROLLER HOCKEY Les 
Rocfcin' Roll*r6 de New Jersey 
vs les Roadrunners de Mon- 
treal. En provenance du Forum 
de Montreal. (R) 6»«736 

9 WORLD WRESTUNQ FED- 

ERATKM WRESTUNQ 406*74 

11:S0 

9 CANADIAN SPORTRSHma 
531567 

AFTERNOON 

12M 
9 RODEO PROFESSIONNEL 

DU QUEBEC (R) 6*7623 

1M 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
dM evenemen te sportifs de la 
ioumee. (R) m 236464 
9 SPORTSOESK IB 327026 

1J0 
9VACNTM0rM6M 



BALL Chicago White Sox at De- 
troit Tigers. From Tiger 
Stadium. (Live) 367*3* 
9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL [B606533 

9 (X) SOUVENIRS OLYM- 
PK2UES LILLEHAMMER Les 
exptoits des plus grands attv 
letes aux Jeux olyn^piques 
d'hiver de LWehammer. 44Mi 

4:30 
9 RANDONNEE MOTO- 
MARINE (R) 602*20 

5.-00 

9 PLONQEE QUEBEC (R) 
642213 

5:30 
9 ROLLER HOCKEY Les 
Rockin' Rollers de New Jersey 
vs les Roadrunners de Mon- 
treal. En provenance du Forum 
de Montreal. (R) 666741 
9 SPRUCE MEADOWS TO- 
DAY 712*10 

DAYTIME SPEOALS 



AFTERNOON 

2H» 
9 ON VACATKM WITH 
MK:kEY and DONALD A ser- 
ies of animated shorts starring 
Mickey Mouse. OonaU Duck. 
Goofy and Pluto. (R) be 644213 

3.-00 
9 PARTY ALL NITE CON- 
CERT Jon Secada. P.M. Dawn 
and Shai perform at the Magic 
Kingdom for more than 1 00,000 
graduating high-school sen- 
k>rs. (R) (In Stereo) m 703623 
9 CHANOmO CAREERS How 
to determine wtiether or not 
you are a candidate for a career 
move. (Part 1 of 4) 57571 

3:30 
O CHATEAUVALLON Le 
maire, Georges Ouentin. 
nomme une commission d'en- 
quete. 604567 

EVENINQ 

6.-00 
9 DONAHUE Scheduled: actor 
Kirk Douglas. (In Stereo) no 
46113 

9 ® CSC NEWS 3*1*4 
9 CD BLA. BLA. BLA Maga- 
zine cutturel et de sociote. 60642 

QD m NEWS 16007 663*7 

CD 9 NEWS IB 6261 

9 LE QRANO JOURNAL m 
616361 

9 SUPERMARKET SWEEP 
72465 

Ci CE SOIR 51007 

9 MKMKMN MAGAZINE 
77226 

9REMI77300 

9 THIS DAY ■17660216 

9 BATMAN 613663 

9 FUNTSTONES Bl 476767 

9 KIOS INCORPORATED 
173115 

9 MOTORCYCLE RACBIQ 
701636 

9 MUCHWE8T 446303 
9 EARLVPRNNE B 7223*7 
9 POLICE tTORV 762261 
9 BOOKSBCE Alyeha and Ja- 
son meet the mio* and promise 
to keep their 6ecreL 74736 
9 FAMILY MATTERS B 344633 

•M 
9 SAVED BY THE BELL ra 
4622*10 

6:30 
CD 9 FULL HOUSE B 6533 
9 FAMILY FEUD 6**45 
9 AMERK^A WITH DENNIS 
WHOLEY 66620 

9 LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
■ 64662 

WORLD SERVTCE m 



9 MMMTY MORPHm POWER 
RANGERS B 604604 

9 SAVED BY THE BELL B) 
77317* 

MICKEY MOUSE CLUB Bl 



9 COURSES D'AUTO Grand 
Prix Formule 1 de France. En 
provenance du circuit Magny- 
Cours, en France. (R) 667567 
9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 



9 DAILY R.S.V.P. 366756 
9 S HOWBI Z TODAY 713646 
9 KUMIKA'S CASTLE 61216 

MR wr* toeange for Kathleen 
wM never be the same afler 
they are trapped together by an 
earthquake. (R) m 366113 
6:35 



9 SAVED BY THE BELL B 
211*630 

7H» 
9 CE (B 9 NEWS 76026 62261 
36667 664200 

9 (Si LAND AND SEA 1639 
9 CC LES NOUVELLES 6649 
C£ 9 MURPHY BROWN ■ 4**i 
9 LA GUERRE DES CLANS 
(R) 646736 

9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE B 
36126 

(9 A LA RECHERCHi. OE 
L'HOMME INVISIBLE B 56^ 
9 MACNEIULEHRL 

NEWSHOURb 23113 
9 PASSE-PARTOUT 70464 
9 THIS COUNTRY m 367*620 
9 ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STAUKM During the 
final race of the New Zealand 
season the Black must go 
against Black Ttde. (R) (In 
Stereo) B 2*6666 

9 CALIFORNIA DREAMS 
34S623 

9 CHK:KEN MINUTE MudbeHy 

firxls a strange flower in his lair 
that has mysterious properties. 
(R) 3306*1 
9 VIDEOPM (In Stereo) 154633 

9 MOTORCYCLE RIDER 
209176 

9 SUPERHITVIDEO 617991 

9 WORLD TODAY 166639 

9 ROCKFORO FILES B 173007 

9 POLKA DOT DOOR 46S63 

7:06 
9 GROWING PAINS 662921$ 

7:30 
9 CBS EVENINQ HEWS (In 
Stereo) m 66376 
9(]]]COOCOB465 
9 (E SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
(R)4S67 

X) 9 HANGIN' WITH MR. 

COOPER Mark is Shocked by a 

strange visitor who comes caN- 

Ing on Christmas Eve. (R) (In 

Stereo) B 6*46 

a NBC MGHTLY NEWS m 

(7667 

QUELLE HISTOIREI (R) 



9JE0PAR0YIB66129 
(9 WATATATOW ■ 67397 
9 LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DC DtSNCY Les enfante dune 
ecoie de campagne cherchant 
a capturer un monstre legen- 
dair*. (Partie 1 de 2) 264607 
9 DOQ HOUSE Rtehie aecretly 
takaa a part-time )ot> so he can 
afford 6 gift for Helen. (R) (In 
Stereo) ■ 677736 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume dotaUla 
des evenements 6portH6 de la 
Ioumee. (En direct) b 610646 
9 DESIGNING WOMEN B 
976643 

9 MOVIE **V^ "Salt on Our 
Skin" (1993) Greta Scacchi, 
Vincent O'Onofrio. Flashbacks 
recount the passtonate. 30- 
year affair b etwe e n an edu- 
cetod woman and a Scottish 
llshennan. (In Stereo) NR' 

6413*7 

9 ALADDIN The legendary 
tato of the genie in the lamp, 
with Dan CasteNenete as the 
votee of tti* genie. (R) 16612* 
~) CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 



9 SPORTSOESK ■ 662667 
9 VnEOPLOW S6S9M 
9 RUNAWAY BAY Shuku and 
Jofo's oousm returns home for 
Uberatton Day. 67200 

7:35 
9 ANDY GRIFFITH 5263674 

9 HARD COPY From M6rch: 
hunters who filmed their survi- 
val ordeel after being caugM In 
a surprise snowstorm In the 
wMomess. (R) ■ 60674 
9 GO) 9 CFL FOOTBALL Balti- 
more CFL Colts at Toronto Ar- 
gos. From the SkyDome. (Live) 
2206*6 325200 

9 d) LE DEFI MONDIAL Cette 
semalne: la ressource mflnie. 
(Partie 6 de 6) 6*213 
CD ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
MQHTB30666 

CD 9 e.N.G Lysanne Clare re- 
turns to the neii» 9 foom «vith a 
m ytert ou a Ir w teeter who may 
biirtgmaior changes to Chan- 
nel 10: Miller must decMe 
wttether or not to sensatkmal- 
ize a sensitive interview. (R) (In 
Stereo) B S6261 



(9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE B 
41007 

9 ELLE ECRIT AU MEURTRE 
1762*6 

9 MOVIE ** "Nobody Makes 
Me Cry" (1983, Drama) Eliza- 
beth Taykx, Carol Burnett. Two 
middle-aged divorcees with en- 
tirely different backgrounds tM- 
come fast friends after meeting 
in a car accident. 39649 
(3) FRED A CIE L information 
sur des evenements de la 
scene artistique. 30945 
9 NK2HTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: the Money 
FUe. 74200 

9 RUPERT Rupert and Bill use 
too much growth formula. (R) ra 

377218 

9 LE MAGAZINE DES ROAD- 
RUNNERS 442277 
9 NIGHT COURT 354571 
9 WALT DISNEY PRESENTS 
"Our Unsung Villains" The 
host, enslaved by a magic mir- 
ror, k)oks at Disney s diat>olk:al 
viiiains. (R) 441571 
9 INSIDE SPORTS Bl 904797 
9 FAX 633636 
9 MONEYLME 504741 
9 m SEARCH OF Footage of a 
voodoo ritual; ancient folk med- 
k:ine and Ite modem-day appli- 
catkMI. (R) 162756 
9 LOOK S COOK ButteriNed 
leg of lamb. 66200 
9:06 
9 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES Bl 
6*77755 

6:30 
9 CURRENT AFFAIR ■ 66261 
OD ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
MQHT(ln Stereo) B4C465 

(9 JEOPARDY! 1^ 63642 
a DES JAROmS D'AUJOUR- 
D'HUI 46562 

9 FREO TROSrS PRACTI- 
CAL SPORTSMAN 66007 
9 PLAISIR OE URE Magazine 
Utteraira anime r>ar Danieto 
Bombardier. (R) 75*39 
9 QARF1ELD AND FRIENDS Bl 



9 W PS MO TORISE 966164 
9 JCFFERBONS IB 340376 
9 COUNTRY NEWS Sched- 
uled: Joe Oiffie listening party. 
(In Stereo) 2S5219 
9 FOR THE LOVE OF THE 
QAMEBS64642 

9 SPOTUGHT April Wine. 
716674 

9 CROSSFIRE U9636 
9 JOURNEYS How wikMife is 
protected from poachers in 
Jasper Nattonal Park. (R) m 

44007 

8:35 
9 SANFORD AND SON 
1660367 

MO 
9 IN THE HEAT OF THE 
NIGHT A former madam wtx) is 
Gmospie's oW friend returns to 
Sparte and upsets the town 
whan she starts up a new 
phone sex business. (R) (m 
Stereo) ■ 26671 
9CI) LA TRENTAINE 29*39 
CD MOVIE -Matlocfc: The 
Haunted" (1903. Mystery) Andy 
Griffith, Brynn Thay«r. Ban aus- 
pecte that a plastk: surgeon's 
murder Is Ued to 6 devtoue ptot 
to scare a wealthy wMow to 
death. (In Stereo) m 642it 
CD 9 CAFE AMERICAM Hony 
eime to make Marcel jealoua 
whan CupM'6 arrow strikea 
several peopte at the cafe. (R) 
(In Stereo) B 26862 
a MAO ABOUT YOU White at a 
museum. Paul and Jamie dis- 
cover they had an encounter aa 
chiMren in the same place. (R) 
(In Stereo) B 67262 
9 MOVIE *« "Les Comperes" 
(1963. Comedte) Gerard Depar- 
dieu, Pierre Rk:hard. Un garcon 
dieperait el la mere oonvainc 
ses deux ex-amante de te re- 
trouver en leur faisant croire a 
chacun qu'il est le per*. 966664 
9 von ET LE PAPIER Rey- 
mond va ae refugier Chez Andre 
qui lui fait un tong dtocours 
contra les femmea. ■ 



seront annonoes. 9036io 
9 MAJOR LEAQUE BASE- 
BALL Houston Astros at Chi- 
cago Cubs. From Wrigtey FieM. 
(Live) 630736 
9 8PIR0U 01711642 
9 BARBARA MANDRELL A 
THE MANDRELL SISTERS 
428668 

9 MIKE A MIKE'S EXCEL- 
LENT X CANADA ADVEN- 
TURES 236533 
9 PRIMENEWS m 177623 
9 BK)QRAPHY "Bob Hope " 
Comic legend Bob Hope, from 
his radio days to his USO tours 
and beyond. Inckjdes inter- 
views with Red Buttons and 
Steve AHen. (R) 162961 
9 CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL A 
famHy is told that their son has 
leukemia. (Pari 6 of 10) 71200 

9 MOVIE ititVt -The Man With 
the Golden Gun" (1974, Adven- 
ture) Roger Moore. Christopher 
Lee. James Bond tracks down 
an assassin who uses gokton 
bullets and has constructed a 
powerful sdar death ray. 
73116649 

9:30 

CD 9 SINBAD (R) (In Stereo) B 
791*4 

a WINGS After Atox reveals 
she Is moonlighting as a bar- 
makl, the gang recaNs some of 
their off-saaaon odd joba. (R) 
(In Stereo) m 63642 
9 TWS OLD HOUSE Worit is 
done on the front facades 
bump-out and new shingtes are 
added to the ranch'a roof, m 






1 P.n, to 2 A.M. 7 DAYS A '7' f 
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9 L'ETE EN VILLE Magazine 
est ival. 232 19 

9 PffTME M PRIME a 5106133 
9 THEY MUST BE MAD Cliff 

diving: tnicfc radng: ferry boat 
tugging: aaiNioarding worid 
champtonship: young aumo 
hopefuto; kayak poto: car raly. 

(R) m 144620 

9 HIDOEN ROOM A woman, 
•tendoned by her hueband at a 
party, te given a rida home by a 
femate tnjck driver. (R) (in 
Stereo) b 22686* 
9 AFRICAN SKIES After Rory 
trtea to hide an elephant from a 
legalized slaughter, Margo dis- 
covers the animal is pregnant. 

(R)B 17*164 

9 mSlOE THE POA TOUR 
706464 

9 SNEAK PREVIEWS Prev- 
•ews of upcoming shows. 

426674 

9 DISTANT VOICES Don 

Jones explains the history of 

ttM Ojibwa in his treaty area. 

12194 

10:00 
9 EYE TO EYE (In Stereo) ■ 

51719 

9 (Z) CLAIRE LAMARCHE Su- 

)at Sans mes enfante, )* aerate 
toufours dans I'enfer de te 
drc«gue. (R) m 26026 
CD 9 MATLOCK (In Stereo) B 



9 vioEOFLOMrasits 

9 LARRY MNG LIVE (Lhte 
Phone-In) b 170*io 
9 SINATRA IN JAPAN Sina- 
tra's 1965 concert at Budokan 
Ha* in Tokyo. Songe induda 
"Someone to Watoh Over Me" 
and "Come Rain or Conte 
Shine." 94793* 

9SCH0ENBERG AND OTH- 
ERS Adaptation of the Theatre 
n«P«re stage producOon of 
Robert Lepages •Tectonk: 
Plates '. 62552 

10:30 
(9 FRASIER Martin turns Ihe 
tebles on Frasier and NUes 
when they dedde to take him to 
dinner at a fancy restaurant. (R) 
(In Stereo) ■ 10362 

9 L'AVANT-MATCH (En di- 
rect) 676200 

9 BASOALL T06BQHT PRE- 
GAME300**2 ^.. ......:.. 

11:00 . 
9 PKKET FENCES Sheriff 
Brock must remain impartial 
wfian he is cfiosen as foreman 
of a jury tn the highly pubNdzed 
case of the murder of two pot- 
icemen. (R) (In Stereo) B 81262 
9 (B) 9 CaC PRIME TNNE 
NEWS B 86610 686823 
9CCILE TOUR DE PRANCE 
Compelitkyi cydisto qui reunit 
les meHleurs sthtetes de cette 
discipline. 66*39 
CD PRU^TIME UVE IB 45871 

CD 9 C0UNTER8TRIKE K 
23*74 

Ca DATELINE (In Stereo) ■ 
76833 

9 LE GRAND JOURNAL BE 



_ - WORLD ^ 
ACfKMS CANMIA Bl 
9 ADVENTURES 

BLACK STALLION A U, 
documonte wtiat might] 
last days of the Btack! 
career. (R) (In Stereo) I 

9CLUB0ANCe(R)(ln] 
387686 

9N0U8E ON THE ^ 
FALL A ffhn portrait of 
water, the landmark I 
aigned by architect Fr 
Wright. 684200 

11:90 

9M0VIE***% "Ont 
jesty'o Secret Sen^toe' 
Adventure) George 
Diana mg^. James 
tempte to foil a 
•nemy ptot to vtetimizi 
by means of germ 

2416812* 

11:96 

9 LES 

SPORT/METEO •66961C 

12:00 

CD d NEWS 8899717 1 



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Vaudry.(R)Bi 41311 
9 CD LE TV4 
6461780 

CD9CTVNEW8B' 
9 SPORTS PLUS , 
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m SEINFELD A woman re- 
fuses to pass toUet ttesue to 
Etame In a reetroom; George 
•cte gUdy around Eteine's boy- 
frtend. (R) (In Stereo) B 34642 



9LAR0UTEI 
64736 

9 BUSINESS WORLD B 
1624466 

9 PINK PANTHER m 999686 

9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 



a PAS«EP0 RT33662 
9 MVSTIRVI "Maigret" In- 
spector Maigret (Mk:haal Qam- 
bon) hopae to trap a serial kMer 
by aNowIng tte newspapers to 
Imply the perpetrator te in cus- 
tody. (R) (Part 1 of 6) B22464 
9 BEAU ETCHAUO 61736 
9 THUN0ER8MOS A store 
plans to surprise s chiMran'6 
hospital by having a rocket 
drop a large canister of toys, 
but two burglars bungto the 
plan. (R) 838810 

9 "The Last Seductton" 
677887 

9 MOVIE *** "Bells Are 
Rtegmg" (1960. Musk^l) Judy 
Holiday, Dean Mariln. A ahy 
answsrtng-eenric* operator be- 
comes Inteluatad wNh a charm- 
ing writer in Ms adi^Matton of 
Itw hit D roacKv a y show. (In 
Slareo) 782194 

9 MUSIC CITY TONnHT 
Scheduled: Terry McBrida and 
the Rkte. Irte Dement. Jeff Dun- 
ham. (In Stereo) 426179 
9 AUTO RACING 605064 



9 KATTS A 000 32179 

(9 LE TELEJOURNAL ■ 

4674197 

9 RUMPOLE OP THE BAILEY 
61216 

9 VISA SANTE Sufete: les ar- 
ythmtes cardteques: te retk:- 
ence a dorwier du sang; les aig- 
uMes de te jeunesae; tes 
migralnas: portrait asne de te 
matedte: lege d'entrer a I'acsto. 
■ 83828 *•:■ %yf:. 

9 NATKMAL B 15296M 

9 SUP ER DAVE OSBORNE B 
693303 

9 B A SEB AU Les Expos de 
Montreal affpontant tea Padree 
a San Dtego. En provenance du 
Jack Murphy Stedhjm. (En di- 
rect) 188218 

9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL ■101636 
9 WORLD NEWS 317646 

11:29 
OLEPOWTB 4806864 

11:30 
9CC CENT ANS DE JAZZ Huit 
tebleaux retracant cheque 
etape de I'etonnani perlpte de 
te musk)ue jazz et des peraon- 
nages legertdairea. (Partte 4 de 

8)68261 

9 SPORTS PLUS B 469862 
9iKME *** "CoMlc Book 
Comidanlter- (ISSe, OKamen- 
tery) Lynda Bany. 9lobari 
Crumb. Inten<tew a wNh the 
ptoneers and innovators of the 
comte-tMok industry make up 
tills porlratt tracing Its history. 

630705 



9NATK)NALB: 
9 CATWALK BiHy K. 
irouWe with both the l( 
lite mob. (R) (In 

848176 

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9 "BNnd Justk»" 
9B M RN S AMD 
9 FAX 787361 
9 SPORTS TONIGHT 
9 LEQENOS OF THt! 
CAN WEST Milton " 
Robert Hal took at 
committad during 
Ameri6an Indtens. (I _ 
138*72 ' 

9 FUTURE 623408 ") 
12:25 3 
(9 FRED A CK LI 
sur des evened., 
scene arttetkyje. (R) < 

12:30 
9(B)M0VIE**-- 
Own" (19S9, Oranrta) ; 
son, Hilton McRae. ^J 
man. living with hte vidfej 
boys, auspecte that fie r 
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(D 9 NEWS ■17178 
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1:36 
9) AMERICAN JOURNAL From 
January: accusations that 
nurses supplied t)y the U.S. 
NtJrsing Association are poorly 
trained and dangerous to pa- 
tients (R) 7473717 
» LATE MQHT Scheduled: 
news anchor Stone Phillips, ac- 
tor Yaphet Kotto, music guest 
Tripping Daisy. (In Stereo) 

1:37 

• VALLEY OF THE DOLU Pe- 
ttr njne to CaitNn for reassur- 
ance; Jennifer moves in with 
Neely and Anne: Anne gets a 
job. 34M437 

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The Northern Light, Wed., July 6. 1994 — 5 



LA QUOTUMENNE/ 

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VIE M QUEBEC (R) 

♦*♦ "La Fugue ' 
«e) Oene Hackman. 
fMf Warren. Pendant I'en- 
r'tur une adoiescente dis- 
un detective se rend 
de I'infldelite de sa 
.«)3M4C« 
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/IE **Vt "Les Enfants 
lalein" (1987. Horreur) Mi- 
ll Moriarty, Samuel Fuller. 
pons habitants de Salem's 
leviennent, la nuit, de mag- 

is vampires, txjveurs de 

«740« 
InMILIE rose (in Stereo) 

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..wlth Red Buttons and 
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le(^»0|nady) Chevy Chase. 
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l,C(i«pean holiday on a 
\ show, the Griswold 
• vOn a chaotic tour of 
capltats. satTT* 

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** "To Each His 
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|lJMiM McRae. A wealthy 
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I suspects that he has fath- 
laigoiher son with a poor 
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• NBA ACTION (R) ••63« 

• MUSIC CITY TOMQHT 
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the Ride. Irie Dement, Jeff Dun- 
*wn. (R) (In Stereo) timi 

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• CALLMQ ALL SPORTS A 
•ports caINn program. Host: 
Vince Cellini. i*3S«2 

• SINATRA IN JAPAN Sma 
tra'e 198S concert at Budokan 
Han in Toityo. Songs include 
"Someorie to Watch Over Me" 
and "Come Rain or Come 
Shine." (R) 7«07«a 

2:06 
(XI ARSENIC HALL: THE BEST 
OF ARSENK) From 1 992: comic 
Richard Pryor, singer- 
songwriter Barry Manilow, sax- 
ophonist Dave Koz. (R) (In 
Stereo) m 945«i37 

2:07 

• NIOHT COURT •343224 

2:30 

• THIS OLD HOUSE Work is 
dorw on tfte front facades 
bump-out and new shir)gies are 
added to ttie ranch's roof. (R) ra 

341040 

• BBC WORLD SERVICE- 
ACROSS CANADA B) MMSOM 

• QET SMART S7a05^ 

• RDS MOTORISE (R) 114427 

• QOLF TODAY 10a«53 

• DAILY R.S.V.P. 7S<a43 

• SPORTS LATENKMT 1 12437 

2:36 
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2:37 
BAMEN34Sea34 

2:50 

• MOVIE *«* "Mad Max' 
(1979. Adventure) Mel Gibson, 
Joanne Samuel. In an Australia 
of the not-too-distant future, a 
higtiway cop vows revenge 
against the blicers who Idlled his 
family. M04S01 

3.-00 
MYSTERYI "Maigret-- In- 
spector Maigrel (Michael Qam- 
bon) hopes to trap a serial IdOer 
by allowif)g the newspapers to 
irnply the perpetrator is in cus- 
tody. (R) (Part 1 of 6) ra 762330 

• NATIONAL IB •197021 

• FLIPPER 23^44C 

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des evenements sportifs de la 
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Chris DeBurgh lets hair down 



3:06 

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John Famham-Them 
Agaim^. 

John Farnham made 
his name with the Uitle 
River Band, but there's 
little Of that group*! AM 
radio smarts on Then 
Again. The fonnula is 
easy-listening adult 
contemfxnry, without 
any coooem for hooks 
or something that would 
even remotely be 
worthy of Top 40 
interest 

Richard Maix plays 
piano on The Reason 
Why" and there's a 
cover of Alice Cooper's 
•tDnly Women Bleed," 
but not ranch else to 



perk up the ears. 
(RCA/BMG) 

Course of Empire" 
InitlatioH 

Texas meul, but 
forged firom a different 
fire than Paniera. While 
both bands hail from the 
Lone Star suie, and 
bodi write about serious 
matters. Course of Em- 
pire is less abrasive; 
thdr sound is based 
more on psychedelia 
than hardcore. 

Initiation offers a 
high degree of complex- 
ity, with a variety of 
musical influences. 



Rock Lines 

WHh GREQ MULOCK 
Manaolng EdHor 




But please, don't 
anyone confuse this dip- 
proach with mellow: 
monster tracks like 
"Hiss" and Infested" 
take no prisonen. 
(ZocVBMG) 

Chris dtBurgh-'This 
Way Up 



Chris deBurgh has 
put together a new band. 
And, by his own admis- 
sion, their eneigy has 
rubbed off. That means 
while This Way Up has 
its share of trademark 
ballads fOh My Brave 
Hearts"), it also has 
some well-executed up- 



tempo pop. Which, for 
non-fans like me. is a 
noticeable turn for the 
better. 

deBurgh has always 
been a good tunesmith. 
but his output has been 
uneven, and (rften me- 
diocre. With This Way 
Up, he shows he's not 
afiaid to loosen iq> and 
rock a little. Songs like 
"The Silent World." and 
especially "Blonde 
Hair, Blue Jeans," show 
a new dimension to de- 
Burgh's musical per- 
sona, and should expand 
his fan base. 
(A&M) 



Mellons is traditional 



Thursday 




Ken Mttlons-'Ken 
MtUoms 

Ken Mellons delivers 
what the hard-core 
country Cans have been 
waiting for. 

They say even^thing 
revolves in a 10-year 
cycle, and so does coun- 
try, it seems. Back in the 
eaiiy '805, the modem 

• tUSINESS WORLD (R) K 



• HOME AND AWAY 552021 

• TENNIS Wimt)ledon: Finale 
masculirw. En provenance de 
Londres. en Angleterre. (R) 

710440 

• JEFFER80NS S 35*^63 

• "The Fear Inside" •••4137 

• COUNTRY NEWS Sched- 
uled: Joe Diffis listening party. 
(R) (in Stereo) 36M72 

• INSIDE SPORTS K 1(0205 

• VIOEOPLOW 749595 

• HOUSE ON THE WATER- 
PALL A film portrait of FalMng- 
water. ttw larxjmark house de- 
signed bv architect Frank Uoyd 
Wright. (R) 121175 

3:38 
31 JANE WHrrNEY From Fe- 
bruary: women «vho can't leave 
their tMd reUrtionships for fear 
of being lonely. (R) •541232 

■ UNT0UCHAM.E8 4*a00^ 

■ RUMPOLE OF THE BAILEY 



cowboy (who line 
dances today) was rid- 
ing the mechanical bull 
at Gilly's and Ibtening 
to what was known then 
as uptown country. It 
was time for a change, 
and in 1983. along came 
Randy Travis to bring 
us back to traditional 
country. 

Here we are a decade 
later, and the young 
mum this time is Ken 
Mellons, who writes 
and sings country music 
the way it was meant to 
be written and sung. 
One song on his seu-^ 



tided debut tells it like it 
is: "I cut my te^ on 
Lefty and Merle just 
Uke Keith Whitley did/ 
And I sang along with 
Haggard and Jones ever 
since I was a kid/I tried 
to moan the blues like 
d' Hank/And I've lis- 
tened to the voice of 
Vem/ I'd like to thank 
my honky-tonk teachers 
for the lessons I have 
learned." 

The album is full of 
pure country ballads 
and honky tonk tunes, 
and Mellons had a hand 
in writing on nine of the 
10 tracks. 

The debut single, 
"Lookin' In The Same 
Direction," is also a 
video which is getting a 
lot of aiqday on CMT 
and TNN. 

(Epic/Sony) 




Michael Gambon returns as Chief Inspector 
Maigret of the Paris polkre in reruns of "Mystery" 
on PBS. The eight-part series begins Thursday at 
10 pjn.' on Cluraiel 14. 



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• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL ■D1107^« 

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• CROSSFIRE (R) 117«72 

• LEOENOS OF THE AMERI- 
CAN WEST Mitton Perry and 
Rotwrt HaN looi( at atrocities 
committed during wars with 
American Indians. (R) (Part 2 of 
2)40177* 

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^mii:i» REVUE 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Northern Light Stair 

TomHtone 

This was a hit at the box ofBce, aiKl it will be a smash on video, too. 
This western, about the infamous lawman Wyatt Earp, will i^jpeal to 
men and women — it has lots of action, a great doc, nail-biting 
shoolouts, and justa touch of romance to keq) diings mxn getting too 
Ueak. 
The cast is phenomenal — Kurt Russell (Backdrqft) as Earp. Val Kilmer (Top Gun) as Doc 
Holiday. Sam Elliott as one of Earp's brodiers. and enough cameos to keep die biggest movie 
bufb on their toes. 
If you rent any western diis year, this should be it 

Ceronimo: Am Amerieam Legend 

Jason Patiic (T/tf Lost Boys) stars as the UJS. Calvary lieutenant who befriends die famous 
renraade Apache leader, while bringing him into a reserve. 

When life on die reserve turns sour. Geionimo escapes with a small group of Apache waniors, 
and it is up to Patric lo tadc him down, and bnng him in. 

This movie is entertaining, but it is too kmg. and the plot (hags at points. If you are fascinated 
with the legend of Geronimo. and the plipit of the American Indian, then rent this movie. 





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MORNING 

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• ** "Sword of the Valiant" 
(1984. Fantasy) Miles O Koeffe. 
Sean Connery. A young squire 
from Kir>g Arthur's court is 
given or>e year to sotve a mys- 
terious Green Knight s rictdle or 
forfeit his life. Z7S«2i 

5:1S 
S "Ettian Frome " 39243St2 
7:00 

• "3 ^'inias" 37S0M 

9:38 

• "Gallipoli" 790243 

10:30 
9 "Johnny Staochmo " IS9M01 

AFTERNOON 

12:15 

• "City of Joy" 32t43SM 

1:30 

(9 *** 'Mio au pays de nuto 
part" (1987. Aventure) Timothy 
Bottoms. Christophar Lee. Un 
petit orphelin est daplaoe par la 
magie au pays du Faraway ou 
lattend son pere. •02S7a 

2:00 
S **Vi "On Promised Land" 
(1994. Dranrui) Joan Plowright. 
Can Lumbty. A tragic accident 
gives rise to friendship t)etween 
a t)iacl( your>gster and a weal- 
thy white widow in the 1950* 
South. (In Stereo) m ti*m 

• **V4 "Real Genius" (1985, 
Comedy) Val Kilmer. Gabe Jar- 
ret. A student and his room- 
mate leam ttut their superior 
scierrtific aptitudes are being 
used to cultivate military ¥vea- 

pons. M1S427 

2:45 
S "Hush Little Baby" 94S6as76 

4:30 

• "Ufe With MUtey" 

DAYTIME 8l>ORTS 



MORNING 
8:00 

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des evenements sportifs de la 
ioumee. (R) ■ 436040 

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• SPORTS SO Resume detaiNe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) ■ 434111 



SERIES GOLF 1S1040 
10:30 

• 0A8EBAU. Les Expos de 
Montreal allrontent les Padres 
a San Oiego. En proveriance du 
Jack Murphy Stadium. (R) 
3431M 

• GOLF TODAY S40427 

11M 
fi MSne TNE PGA TOUR 
•11224 

11-JO 

• SPRUCE MEADOWS TO- 
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AFTERNOON 

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2:30 

• KM MOTORISE (R) 106400 

m GD 80UVEMR8 OLVM- 
PIQUES UUEHAMMER Les 
exploits des plus grands ath- 
letes aux Jeux olympiques 
d'Nver de LUtohammar. 11003 

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ADICN DC RAIXYE (R) 400072 

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9 SENIOR PGA GOLF 073000 

4:10 
9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Houoton Aolro* at 
Chicago Cubs. From Wrtglay 
Field. (Uve) 



9 BASEBALL Les Expos de 
Montfeal afhwilont les Padres 
a San Diego. En provenance du 
Jadt Murphy Stadium. (R) 
436717 

EVENING 

9 D ONAHUE (in Stereo) m 

9 ® CaC NEWS 13001 
9 GE) BLA. BLA, BLA Maga- 
zine cuNurol ot da societa. 30003 
(E a NEWS 04006 31700 

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9 SUPERMARKET SWEEP 
47224 

(9CE80IR323S2 
9 RIGHTS « WRONGS "Hu- 
man Rights Telovision" Sched- 
uled: a looic at UnMed Nations 
operations in Bosnia. Somalia 
and El Salvador. 63137 



9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
das evenement s sportifs de la 
Joumee. (R) m 420S03 

9 SPORTSOESK ■ 642243 

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9 INSIDE SPORTS ■1276700 

10M 
9 L'AVANT-MATCH (R) 076480 
9 RICK SMITH StONATURE 



9 TIM DAY ■) 7064000 

9 BATIIAN 40O1M 

9 HH)DEN ROOM A waitress 

suddenly m eet s the son she left 

behind IS years ago. (R) (In 

Stereo) m 300176 

9 KIDS INCORPORATED 

6S0060 

9 INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 



200137 

9 EARLYPRIME (B 20S311 
9 POLICE STORY 206175 
9 JOIN mi Nikki and Zack try 
to guess ttie Identity of an ob- 
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9 FAMILY MATTERS 91021137 

8:05 
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4990602 

8:30 
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9 FAMILY FEUD 30876 
9LA COUR EN DIRECT 60072 
9 AMERICA WITH DENNIS 
WHOLEV 07717 

9 LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
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9 MKMTY MORPMN POWER 
RANGERS K 401400 
9 MOVIE ** "Crack Me Up" 
(1993) Tim Brazzri. Daphna 
Kastner. Rendered Mind t>y a 
run-in with bank robbers, a film- 
maker turns his camera on tfie 
denizens of a Los Angeles lx>r- 
delto. NR' 062330 
9^lirY SECRET BODYGUARD 
(Part 2 o( 5) 633021 
9 WATER SKHNG 429934 
9 DAILY R.S.V.P. 643359 
9 SHOWBIZ TODAY 276663 
9 EUREEKA'S CASTLE 63175 
9 FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR WW and Carlton help Ash- 
ley deal with a school buAy. (R) 

IE 045717 

8:35 

9 SAVED BY THE BELL IS 
2100302 

9 D (99 NEWS 41427 74330 

14400 484614 

9 ® FAMILY MATTERS Eddie 

needs Carl's help wf>en he's 

harassed by two cops: Urkel 

wreaks havoc at the dentist. BE 

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9 (£ LES NOUVELLES TVA IK 

0983 

(D 9 MURPHY BROWN K 3301 

9 LA GUERRE DES CLANS 

(R) 101750 

9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE K 

19260 

O MONTAGNE A la dacou- 
vena des reveo secrets bes 
Tarahumaras, un peupta sur les 
hauts plateaux de la Sierra 
Madre.K 30446 

9 MACNEIULEHRER 

NBWSHOURB 00234 
9 PABSC-PARTOUT 43066 
9 TMB COUNTRY B 0696614 
9 AOVeNTURES OF THE 
BLACK STALLION Th* Black 
racos acroao 1(10 oouniry to roo- 
cue a mare from a wNd otaMon. 
(R) (In Stereo) ■ 700073 
9 CHICKEN MNWTE Anatda 
decides to produce a Mm caNad 
"Wast Bayou Story." (R) OOOMS 
9 VIOCOPM (In Stereo) 067176 
9 BOUL Bl THE CITY 483100 
9 WORLD TODAY 040343 
9 ROCKPONO F«^S B 04331 1 
9 MLXA OCT DOOR 14311 

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9 GROWBOG PABM 0823000 

7:18 
9 TENTH BBBNG WHh Steve 
Stone. 33003806 

7:30 
9 CBS EVENBIQ NEWS (In 
8loroo)B 00178 
9 (S) TO BE ANNOUNCED 000 
9 CD SECRETS DE FAMILLf 
(R)4001 

d) 9 BOY MEETS WORLD 
Cory is embarraosad when he 
makes the baokoJIbai B-toam, 
but his famiy sets him straight. 
(R) (In Storeo) B 8380 
9 NBC NIGHTLY NEWS B 



9 QUELLE HISTOIREI (R) 
030780 

9 JEOPARDYI B 07000 
9 WATATATOW B 82186 
9 LE HKMDE MERVEHXEUX 
OE DISNEY Loo enfanta dune 
eode de campagna charchent 
a capturer un monstrs legerv 
daire. (Partie 2 de Z) 748063 
9 CAPTAIN SCARLET m 



9 BUSY WORLD OF RTCHARD 

SCARRY B S30206 

9 CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 

0231S0 

9 SPORTSOESK m 292001 

• ERKTS WORLD C.J. finds 

his Wol in music management, 

Izzy Famous, trying to steal 

away Eric and his act. 00360 

7:35 
9 ANDY GRIFFITH 9960800 

8:00 
9 HARD COPY From March: a 
Rtehard Qare impostar. (R) m 

80176 

9 (B) 9 FAMILY MATTERS 
Eddie needs Cans help when 
he's harasoad by two cops: Ur- 
kel wreaks havoc at tt>e dentist. 

B4063 100001 

9(£lcs nouvellesaven- 

TURESOE LASSIE 6001 
(£) ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
MQHTB3>717 

(T 9STEP BY STEP Mark falls 
for Marissa. a girt at his I3th 
birthday party, who proceeds to 
break his heart. (R) (In Stereo) 
B03S9 

(9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE IB 
23180 

9 LES EltMLES DU CAPI- 
TOLE Des peraonnes tsntant 
leur chance en accompNaaant 
una performance artistk^ue 
pour se qualifier pour la graride 
finale de fin de saison. 4063H 
9 MOVIE -MacShayne: Win- 
ner Takes AM' (1994, Mystery) 
Kenny Roger*. Ann JHNan. A 
casino's new security specialist 
finds himself in ttie mklst of a 
con involving a gamblar arMl a 
reUreai' convention. OiON 
(9 COUNTRY CENTRE-VHIE 
Chansons du repertoire coun- 
try francophone. Invites: Mary 
King at Bobt>y Hachey. loooo 
9 NMHTLV BUSBCSS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: Market Moni- 
tor. 47001 

9 BOUGH CUTS Wtiy gays are 
murdarsd in greator numbers in 
Montreal than In any ottier city 
in Canada. 9879034 
9 BOTS MABTBR B 741302 
9 L'AUTOONOME ST- 
BUSTACHE PRESENTE B 



9 MGHT COURT 0M009 

9 BRETT BUTLER: THE 

CMLO AHTT MGHT The ve- 

toron oomic parfoms in herHrst 
soto comedy special. (R) (In 
Stereo) 64000O 

9 TOP CAT AND THE BEV- 
BILY HBXS CATS ChWM 
reigns when Top Cat's friend, 
Bamy the Bal. la manttoned In 
wMNhy woman's wMI. (R) 



9 NMIOE SPORTS a 803001 
9 PAX 103243 ; V 

MONEVUNE SyOITS 
9 M SEARCH OF The 1872 
vanishing of the "Mary Ce- 
lesla"; the casttes of Englond 
Mid the ghosts saw to inhabit 
ttism.(R)O0080O 
9 BMMOE STORIES JOURNEY 
BITO SELF-ESTEEM (Pre- 
miaro) Ways to haal oM wounds 
and bagin buiMng self-asleam. 
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9 BEVERLY MLLBILUEB ■ 
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9 (Bl 9 MAJOR LEAGUE 
BASEBALL Kansas City Royals 
at Toronto BkJO Jays. From the 
SkyOome. (Uve) 704Sii 000063 
9 QD MOVC ** 'Kotak: Gas 
da Consdonoe' (1090. Mys- 
tara) Telly Savaias, Kevin Dob- 
son. Lo nouvaau partonaire de 
Kofak est poursuivit par le pro- 
curour d a la couronna pour 
maurtra. ■87710 

(D ENTERTANBMENT TO- 
MQHT (In Stereo) a 11234 
(D 9 MURPHY BROWN BB090 
a JEOPARDYI a 0O773 
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I'anden at la nouveau metier 
des mineurs .qui oont davenus 
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dee evene m en ts sportifs de la 
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6)6600M 

9 MKMTY MAX B 700427 

9 LE MONDE DU SPORT (En 

diract) a 4004M 

9 JEFFERSONS a 003302 
9 MOVIE *** "Airptanel " 
(1980) Robert Hays, JuHe Hag- 
erty. A neurotk: former war pilot 
is pressed into service when an 
airliner's crew suocumtM to 
food poisoning. 'PG' a 424179 
9 COUNTRY NEWS Sched- 
uled: a pr e view of the ABC 
AIDS special "In a New Ught" 
with host Barbara Walters. (In 
Stereo) 048330 

9 SEfNOR PGA GOLF 77S7M 
9 SPOTLIGHT AHce in Chains. 
1837W 

9 CROSSFIRE 686082 
9 CHARLIE WMTE'S FISH- 
ING MACHINE 100M 

8:36 
9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL St. Louis Cardinals at At- 
lanta Braves. From Attanta- 
Fulton County Stadhjm. (Uve) a 
40030437 

9M 
9 DIAGNOSIS MURDER Dr. 
Sk>an searcfies for the killer of 
a dance studio owner to dear 
tfie name of his friend wfio is a 
dancer and ttie prime murder 
suspect. (R) (In Stereo) a 81002 
QD FAMILY MATTERS Eddie 
needs Carl's help wfien he's 
haraaeed by two cops: Urkel 
wreaks havoc at the dentist. (R) 
(In Stereo) a 68717 
(£ 9 MOVK 4r* "Model by 
Day'" (1994, Adventure) Famke 
Janssen, Stephen Shellen. A 
frustrated f ashkm model takes 
to ttie streets in a martial-arts 
war on urt>an crime. (In Stereo) 
a 24779 

O AGAINST THE GRAIN Mag- 
gie laams a lesson when she 
dacMas to leach JM about Ufes 
roomies; Ed tries to boost a stu- 
dent's seW es t eem. (R) (In 
Stsrao) a 12814 
9 MOVIE * "U Fete a tout 
prix" (1067, Comedie) Susanna 
HoKs, Dadoo fo liar. Las plans 
da trois iludtants pour avoir 
una grande fate au bord da la 
mar eont ruines suite a das 
oompNcattona. 400440 
(9 MOVIE ** "Sam at moi" 
(1991, Comedie) Ranjtt Chow- 
dhry, Peter Boretski. Les rela- 
tkxts antra un Jaune Indian el un 
exoenirique. pairiarcha qui se 
tran a ldrtnant en une tongue et 
protondo omilie. a Mi78 
9 WASHNIGTON WEEK Bl 
REVIEW (m stereo) B80343 
9 BUSW«SS WORLD B 
1801137 

9 MKMTY MORPHNI POWER 
RANGERS a 302934 
9 DEKHOCKEV: OEFI MYLEC 



BALL Chicago White Sox at 
MHwaukae Brewers. From 
County Stadkmi. (Uve) 8181M 
9 HOT COUNTRY NIQHTS 
Dwight Yoakam, Randy Travis, 
Kathy Matlea, Highway 101, 
Larra QatNn and the QatHn 
Brotfiars. (ki Slaroo) a 008072 
9 COUNTDOWN 700676 
9 nUMENBWS a 684437 

9 BIOGRAPHY "Ava Oard- 
nar" A took at Ava (SMadnar's 
on-screen We and her rolotion- 
•hips with Howard Hughes. 
Frank Sinatra and Ernest Henv 
among others. (R) 



9 COLOR OP MONEY Invest- 
ing in Afrtean companies, m 



9 FAMILY A family from Bra- 
zU. (Part 2 of 10) 701M 

0:30 
( P BOY M EETS WORLD Cory 
Is amborraased when he makes 
the basketball B-team, but his 
family seta him straight. (R) (In 
Stereo) a onii 

9 WALL ITREET WEEK (In 
Stereo) a 30303 
9 L'ETE EN VHXE Magazine 
oalival. 100W 

9 PETRIE M PRIME a 0404348 
9 HIT LIST Tarzan Dan counts 
down the top music video hits. 
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robotk: replica to help search 
for the kkjnapped scientist (ki 
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Peter must go behind the 
scenes of daytime drama wtten 
they Invastigata the death of an 
actreas during the Daytime Tel- 
eviskNi Awards. (R) (In Stereo) 
a 01008 

(DSTEP BY SHEP Mwk fMs 
for Mariasa, a girl at his 13th 
birthday party, wlK> proceeds to 
break his heart (R) (In Stereo) 
a 80311 

m MOVIE "MacShayne: Win- 
ner TakeaAM" (1994. Mystery) 
Kenny Rogers, Ann JMtan. A 
caaino's new oacurity s pe ci ali st 
Hnds Nmsalf in ihe midot of a 
con involving a gamUar and a 
retirees' convenoon. On Stsrao) 
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9 NEWS a 13343 
9 OFF THE RECORD 74083 
9 IBAU ET CHAUD 03437 
9 RANDONNEE MOTO- 

9 "Hot Shots! Part Oeux"' 

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Scheduled: Clevo Francis, Kim 
HB, Jell Dunham. (In Stereo) 

672308 

9 LARRY MNQ UVE (Uve 
Phonal) a 067814 
9 BIVESTMATIVE REPORTS 
Tha ian da pervasive prostitu- 
tion industoy and the dangers It 
pooao to Asian sodaty. (R) 



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9 (C SIMPLEMENT SYLVK 
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aute. (R) a 23614 
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COOPER Mark la shocked by a 
strange viaMor who comas cav- 
ing on Christmas Eve. (R) (In 
Stereo) a 70380 
9 MCLAUGHLIN GROUP 



9 TRAFFIK Jack retoume au 
Peklstan ou sa conduite laisse 



9 MOVIE **Vi "StiH Not Quite 
Human" (1992, Science Fknton) 
Alan Thkike, Jay Underwood. 



9 KATTS A DOG 001073 
9 L'AVANT-MATCH (En di- 
rect) 412878 
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9 ELECTRIC C«K:US 730301 

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Job is Jeopordbeed when die 
town d to cover s she onoe ap- 
peared in a riaquo vUeo; Jhwny 
la shocked to learn of Kenny's 
affair wNh Rachel. (R) (In 
Stereo) a 00021 



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racm across the country to res- 
cue a mare from a wild staHion 
(R) (In Stereo) n simmo 
"National Lampoon's 
YLoadM Weapon v jtzirs 
^•CLUB DANCe (R) (In Stereo) 
797330 

• CFL FOOTBALL IB 23<20S 

11:36 

• MOVIE *V, "Date WWi an 
Anget" (1967, Fantasy) Michael 
E. Knight. Phoebe Gates. Time 
Approximate. A young compos- 
er's wedding plans go awry 
wtien an 8r)ge< crash-lands in 

.^rhis swimming pool. 4t27330 

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• CATWALK Racial issuee 
force Sierra to chooee t)«lwaen 
her new love Interwl and her 
friends. (R) (in Stereo) btmisi 

• NEWSMaslMt 

• BUMS AND ALLEN 23M77 

• FAxmeis 

• SPORTS TONIGHT mm 

• EVENBia AT TNE MPROV 
Hoet Tawny KNaan. Comics: 
Fred Anderson, Mark FarraN, 
KeNhRoMneon. Nk* DiPaoio. 
(R)MMM 

12:10 

• VBKO ART VK)EO TMtTtM 

12:2s 
OLE SELOK LA SEMAME 
C elebr a < l on du 100* anniver- 
aaire da la naissance de 
Claude-Henri Qrtgnon. »i«7M7 

a ® OPEN WPE Why leices 
WW decOning and wildlife is di- 
sappearing, m 7)MS 
(DANEWSMMaM 

• MAT TO DECEMBER 332M 
L'ETE EN VRIE Magazine 

(R)Mita 

• BBC WORLD SERVRE- 

• UPTOWN COMEDY CLUB 
CotiOua Henry Spoon and Mark 
AnViony; muak: by Trends of 
Cullur*. (R) <ln Stereo) iNiii 

• MOVIE **V% "The Bale of 
New York" (1962, Musical) 
Fred Aaiaire. Vera-Elen. A Qay 
iwieees pwynoy mM n lowe 
wMh a singer In a smaM Bowery 
miaaion. tii37ia 

• COUNTRY NEWS Sched- 
uled: a preview of the ABC 
AIOB spMioi "In a New Light' 
wHh hoet BartMra WaNsrs. (R) 
(m Stereo) 91 wr7 
•SPOTUQKT Aioe m Cheins. 
MM73 

• MONBYUNE (R) SMIM 

• LARR Y SAND ERS Larry de- 
cides to switch networks srid 
move to New York. (R) ■ ■M731 

W LATE SHOW Scheduled: 
Inoar Hany Conntok Jr. (In 
iStereo) ■ i>?«BW 
aP NMHTUNE ■ M H a6 g 7 
(9 TOMQHT SNOW Sched- 
uled: actor Jeff BrMges. comic 

^Jack Maytwrry. (In Stereo) ■ 

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12:80 

,• CD QUOTMNENNE / MINI / 

Brnm PLUS / BANCO ••723712 

1:00 

• <S) MOVIE ** "CometMCic 
(1908, Drama) Anton Rodgers. 
Baaed on the eiory of John 
Charters, a Mm producer 
wtwse worW was turned upsMe 
down after a disastrous ear op- 



• 0) LA VK AU QUEBEC (R) 
221M41 

(!)• MOVIE *** "Sssssss" 
41973, Horror) Strothar Martin. 
DIrk Benedtot. A famed herpe- 
totogiet bends the laws of na- 
,ture experimenting with the 
transformatkin ol man into 
snake. «S37S 

• MOVIE «**H "CoNege 
americain" (1978. Comedia) 
John Bekishi. Tim Matheeon. 
L'administrateur d'un college 



est aux prises avec un groupe 
d'eieves irKUscipMnes et en de- 
sordre. 177712 

• SIDE BY SUE SMM47 

• NATKMAL IB 9184557 

• LITTLE HOUSE ON THE 
PRAmiE3M793 

• "Tfie Pamela Principle" 
i7«3iia 

• HOT COUNTRY NK3HT8 

Owight Yoakam, Randy Travis, 
Kathy Mattea. Highway 101. 
Larry Qatlin and the Qatlin 
Brothers. (R) (In Stereo) m 

1t1S44 

• CITYUMITS Alternative mu- 
sic videos. 5S22S7 

• NEWSNK»fr 3ltt4< 

• BKMRAPHY "Ava Gard- 
ner" A k>ok at Ava Gardner's 
on-screen life and her relatkm- 
ships with Howard Hugfws, 
Frank Sinatra and Ernest Hem- 
ingway, antong others. (R) 



The Northern Ught, Wed.. July 6, 1994 — 7 



• OPEN WIDE Why lakes are 
declining and wNdkfe is disap- 
pearing, m 131957 

1:06 
CD IN8IOE EDmON Scheduled: 
a 1940a experiment in whk:h 
people were infected wMh plu- 
kxiium. ■ Mi«7*3 

1:18 

• (33 MOVIE *** "Terreur sur 
la Ngne" (1079, Drama) Charles 
Duming, Tony Beckley. Une 
gardienne d'enfants est mene- 
oee par les appets telapiw- 
niques d'un inoonrtu. 7343aa3 

1:28 
O MOVIE *** "U Robe de 
vakxirs noir" (1 991 , Drama) Ja- 
n«t McTafr, Robert Peck. Une 
femnte veuve trouve de I'emptoi 
oomme gouvemante. ■ ni44M 

1:90 

• SflllTH J0NES21M47 

• BBC WOULD SERVICE- 

• bandit Bandit is hi|aeked 
out on the road by a woman 
who is being pursued by federal 
aoants. mobsters and a bounty 
hunter. (R) (In Stereo) asxon 
•showbiz TOOAV (R)aMaM 

• MOVK ** "Comeback " 
(1968. Drama) Anton Rodgers. 
Daied on tfte story of John 
Cfiartars, a Mm producer 
wfwe* worki was turned upeUe 
down aflsr a dtoaalrous ear op- 
crMlon. ia7H7 

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tfior Anka Radakovkit. musk: 
Superchunk. (In Stereo) 



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• MOVK **^ -No SmaM Af- 
fakr " (1964. Comedy) Jon Cryar. 
Detnl Moore. Ob s e s sed with an 

•spiring sinpar in har 2te, an 
moorrlgUa fSy ar -oM tries to 
ImId oive her s a ooIn Q career a 

tX>OSt. 3568731 

1.06 
d) AMERICAN JOURNAL From 
January: a woman who stola a 
baby and tried to paas it off as 
her own. (R) 744a4M 

1«7 

• VALLEY OP TNE DOLLS 
Anne confronts A8en; Jennifir 
suditkHW for a role as Helen's 
deughter. 34311M 

240 

• MOVK *** "Anchors Aw- 
eigh' (1045. Musical) Prsnk 
Sinatra. Oane KeNy. An appeer- 
anoe t>y Jany of 'Tom and 
Jerry" cartoon fame ItighOf^its 
this wfUmeieal tale of two sai- 
kxs on sfiors Isave. si4S44 

• WATIOtlALM M 

• ROCKY AND DULLWNNCLE 

t77SM 

•les CHAMTWWNATSCAN- 
AOKN OE RALLVE (R) 4MaM 

• musk: CITY TONMNT 
Schadulad: Oeve Francis. Kim 
HiH. Jeff Dunham. (R) (In 
Stereo) 4Sia2« 

• M«NE STREET 21S712 

• CALLMQ ALL SPORTS A 
sports cai-in program. Host 
Vince CeNni. ••73iS 

• mVESTMATIVE REPORTS 
Thailand's pervasive prostitu- 
tkxi kKkiStry and the dangers It 
poses to Asian society. (R) 

S13I77 

3) ARSEMO HALL: THE BEST 
OF ARSEMO From 1992: actor 
Robin WWams ( "Toys"), direc- 
tor nab Reiner ("A Few Good 
Men"), musk: group toed the 
wet sprocket, sax man Dave 
Koz. (R) (In Stereo) n •423aM 
2H)7 

• NraHT COURT SSieSM 



VIEWERS' VOICES 

How to get on WheeF 




Chris Pottar 



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~aiiaM A. MUfpny, Muca* 
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KUNQ FU STORY IDEA - 
Whafo can I sat a slofy 
Maa to *Kuno Fir Tha La- 
ConBnuaa"? -BX. 



appeared in "'The Hidden 
Room," "Counterstrike" 
and "Top Cops. ' In addi- 
tion to his roie on "Kur>g 
Fu," he does the voice of 
Qanit>it in the animated hit 
"X-Men." He and his wife, 
Karen, a high-school 
teacher, live in London, 
Ont., with their two young 
daughters. Write to him C/ 
O "Kung Fu." Warner 
Bros. Television, 4000 
Warner Blvd., Burtwnk, 
CaHf. 91522. 

Story ideas could be sent 
to the same address, but 
plaasa note that nriost 
production oonnpanias will 
not consider unsolicited 
submissions unless they 
are referred by a Mtarary 
agent. 

SHE'S QAME - Horn 
doaa ana apply to ba a 
contaatanlon "Whaal of 
Fcrtuna** and "Jeo- 
pardy^ -Mra. M. Logan, 



JofOflisybom Pottar 
grew up in London, Ont., 
tha son of a Caftadian 
radio-TV aingar and a 
formarpro foo(t>aM playar. 
His t>ig break came when 
acclaimed actress Martha 
Henry apotted him in a 
oofnrnurtHy theater prod- 
uction and caat him In a 
touring company of "Bi- 
loxi BKiaa." A month later, 
ha began a three-yaar run 
in tha aitoom "'Material 
World." Stataaida. ha has 



For dataNs. qrita to Men^ 
Qriffin Productions. 9860 
Wilshire Blvd.. Beveriy 
Hias.CaNf.90210.Araaiity 
check may ba in order 
hare, though: You have to 
paas a number of in- 
person inta r viaw s and sl- 
muiatad rounds of play to 
quaHfy, plus fumish aN 
your own tranaportation 
and lodging. You'd have to 
make quite a pile in win- 
nings to break even if 
you're from out of town. 

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AIDS special "In a New Light' 
wNh hoet Bartowa Wallers. (R) 
(ki Stereo) saiMS 

• BISIOE SPORTS ■ nsiM 

2:38 
a JANE WMTNEY From 
March: people wUh average 
)abe wtw moonlgh t as stand- 
up comics. (R) M4S444 

• MOVK ** -TAG.: The As- 
aaeakiatton Oame" (1962. 
Drama) Robert CarradkM. 
uma namenn. a ooaege canv 
pue beoomas a bloody twWs 
zone when an unelabia student 
takae a popular aaa aasi natton 

a bit too aarfcNjely. 



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• SPORTS 28 Resume dstaWe 
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• ANCIENT anrSTCRMES Sk' 
Ctiarlas FeNows spearheaded 
the dieooveries of 1 9 andant ci- 
ties. (R) 23«24l 

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• HOME AND AWAY 727ias 

• ROLLER HOCKEY Les 
Rockin" Rolars de New Jereey 
vs les Roedrunners de Mon- 
treal. En provenance du Forum 
de Montreal. (R) S7S4M 

• APOLLO COMEDY HOUR 
From 1993: comedy t>y Vincent 
Cook and OaMre Henderson; 
musk: by Smoove. (R) (In 
Stereo) 7«aoM 

• COUNTRY NEWS Sched- 
a preview of the ABC 



• EVENBIQ AT THE BM^WV 
Hoet Tawny KKaan. Comica: 
Fred Andareon. Merk Ferret, 
KeHh Robkwon, Ntok DiPeoto. 

(R)M47«I 

4.*e8 

H) IN CONCERT (Joined In Pro- 
gress) Scheduled: Medonne 
performe "Holiday" during her 
recent tour of Australia: the 
group CandMxw performs 
"Far Behind." (In Stereo) 

38874731 

4.-07 

• SOUL TRARI From 1993: 
Teddy Pendergrass. II D Ex- 
treme. Quest hoet Steve White. 
(R) (m Stereo) laToaMS 

4:30 
3) NKWT FUQHT Host Tom 
Juarez. Guitar heroes Eric 
Claplon. Jen Beck end Jeff 
Heeley. (R) (In Stereo) 307SS7 

• TO BE ANNOUNCED M1713 

• TOWER ••8373 

• RAPCITY 1i«M4 

• OVERMQHT ••M731 

4:38 
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4:48 

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the Dal>ra Winger movie 
in which she played a fed- 
eral agent investigating a 
suspected Klanaman 
available on vMeo? -P.F., 
Edmonton. 

""Betrayed" is availat>le 
from MGM Home Video. 

SENTIMENTAL "SULLI- 
VAN8" - For aantimental 
reaaona, my father would 
love to see a film he re- 
memlMrs as "Tha SuW- 
vana" or "Tha Fighting 
SuMvana." Can you help? 
•Sharon CamplMll, Hamil- 



ton. 

"The Fighting Sullivans" 
is available from Mike Le- 
Beii's Video, 75 Fremont 
Place, Los Angeles. Calif. 
90005. 
Send quesbona to Can- 

adlan Viewers' Voice*, 
TV Data Technoktgiee, 
6557C Miaaiaeauga 

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L5N 1M. Becauae of the 
volume of maH received, 
pefaonml repHea cannot 
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• NEWHART OB eriSM 

• MACNEIULEHRER 
NE¥f8HOUR ■) 8«3422 

■ MODAY (R) IK xnnrr 

• CAN WE SHOP (In Stereo) 
906557 

9 "Jaws 2" 555151 

• UFE ON VENUS AVE. 
435712 

• OVERNKMT 450245 

• MOVIE tt*Vi -nie KiHers ' 
(1964, Mystery) Lee Marvin. 
Angie Dickinson. Hired kiNers 
probe tfieir viclim's past, seek- 
ing dues on a robbery In whk:h 
the victim was purportedly in- 
volvad. 595809 

5:30 
S BERTICE BERRY From 
March: imerracial adoptions. 

(R)S|6547 

(X) TO BE ANNOUNCED 495509 

9 L'AVANT-MATCH (R) 557544 

• SHOWBIZ TODAY (R) 955525 

5:35 
( a NB C NEWS NIQHTSIOE 
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• WESTERN TRADITION The 
Reformation, m 57354 

• NEOAA 9625505 

m BASEBALL Las Expos de 
Montreal affrontent les Padres 
a San Oiego. En provenance du 
Jack Murphy Stadium. (R) 



• CAN WE SHOP (In Stereo) 
517373 

• ANDY QRIFnTH 417505 

• VtOEOFLOW 205335 

• SPORTS LATENIQHT (R) 
559515 

5:30 
■ VALLEY FORGE: THE 
YOUNG SPY The Revolution's 
hardships are seen through the 
eyes of a young Tory spy. 24455 
QD CRAZY CARUTAI A spirited 
girl tries to save her southern 
Texas school from ctosing by 
f)eip«ng her mottier win a seat 
on the sctKnl board. 35422 
CE) TERRYTOONS 37335 
O KIDBITS 50170 
WESTERN TRADITION The 
rise of the middle dass. bb ii9is 
BUSINESS WORLD (R) IB 
33S552S 

ANDY GRIFFITH 179002 
SHOWBIZ THIS WEEK in 
527535 

WALL STREET XXJRNAL 
REPORT (In Stereo) 35170 
(D WIDQET 53731 
CD WIZARD OF OZ 72995 
(9 ADVENTURES IN WON- 
DERLAND The Queen has to 
learn Spanish wtien she's in- 
vited to attend a fiesta in King 
RkMrdo's kingdom. (R) (In 
Stereo) m 52903 
WESTERN TRADITION 
Wars of reiignn. iBi 32995 
PLANET WATCH Issues af- 
fectir>g the environment, m 



OWL/TV Rescuing Injured 
pelicans: a leaf-cutter bee; an 
artist who creates images of 
endangered animals. (R) m 

723255 

BETWEEN THE UNES 

S5S5245 

DUMBO'S aRCUS 6361 15 
INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 
354170 

GLOBAL VIEW A look at 
poUtKal, sodal and environ- 
mental Issues from around the 

world. 357544 
BOOKMICE 50550 
•.-00 

MAD SCIENTIST TOON 
CLUB 55002 

CD ANIMAL ADVENTURES 
Conservationists have esta- 
blished a Sea Bird Sanctuary 
wt>ere pelk:ans are breeding 
successfully. (R) 14054 
O SATURDAY TODAY (In 
Stereo) IB 75335 
WRITE COURSE "Word 
Strategy" n 50525 
JAPAN TODAY S344115 
MR. WIZARD'S WORLD Mr. 
Wizard demonstrates ftow 
white bkx)d cells attack germs 
In the body. 451422 
0ERUCH 375525 
WELCOME TO POOH COR- 
NER 351555 

MOTORCYCLE RACING 
512547 

FRENCHKISS 539245 
DAYBREAK OB S0007O 
HOUSE OF EUOTTTwo sis- 
ters Struggle to succeed In Lon- 
don's fashran industry of the 
1920s following the death of 
their overprotective father. (R) 
510459 
POLKA DOT DOOR 12505 

REAL NEWS FOR KIDS 
5261967 

•:30 
BEAKMAN'S WORLD m 
55373 

QD NEW ADVENTURES OF 
CAPTAVI PLANET IB 1S336 
QD0 MY SECRET lOENTmr n 
91567 

FRENCH 1178 511526 
WRITE COURSE ' Revi8k>n 
Strategies" 9D 56199 

WORLD 8ERVKX 



I WATERVILLE GANG 704151 
I WHITE SHADOW 971119 
I ANDY GRIFFITH 961336 

I "The Stolen ChiWren" 



M0U8ERCISE 515063 
TRA1L8IDE: MAKE YOUR 
OWN ADVENTURE 342336 
DAYBREAK m 355609 
FUOmVE 902450 
JOIN m 51373 
7-.30 
LITTLE MERMAID IB 24577 
QD MCK NEWS (R) 79535 
(E) CANADA A.M. WEEK- 
END 602S2S 

(9 ENERGY EXPRESS 26625 
WRITE COURSE Words 
and Meanings " m 44731 
SENSE OF HISTORY A 1963 
report on mobster Joseph Vala- 
chi in which he describes se- 
crets of tfie Cosa Nostra to tfie 
Senate Rackets ComnrHttee. (R) 
m 3512335 



SHINING TIME STATKM 
Stacy is forced to change her 
ptans after learning that all 
trains must be routed through 
SnartyvHto. (R) (fn Stereo) IB 

450793 

WORLD TOMORROW 

375155 

MADELINE 360267 

RAPCITY 661547 

SPORTS CLOSE-UP 150511 

KITTY CATS lltn 

1:36 
JONNY QUEST 1153053 

9K» 
EYEWfTNESS WEEKEND 
46245 

(B) CIRCLE SQUARE 57002 
CD QD BUGS BUNNY S 
TWEETY IB 37915 52606 
9 TAO TAO 79615 
LNJASI (In Stereo) 33151 
CBC PRIME TIME NEWS (R) 
IB 3537567 

THUNDERBIROS A 6tore 
plans to surprise a chHdrsn's 
hospital by having a rodiet 
drop a large canister of toys, 
but two burglars bungle the 
pi8n.(R)aam6 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaiNe 
des everwments sportHs da la 
ioumee. (R)8B66>267 
UA FARM REPORT 366151 
"'Crooodie' Dundee" 



82nd annual event that tradi- 
tkxiaHy marks the start of the 
Calgary Stampede Rodeo. 

(Taped) 365626 640995 

(E U) BUGS BUNNY A 
TWEETY 50 47560 73452 
HUMAN ECOLOGY 400.1 
514115 

O L'lLE AUX OURS 55170 
INN COUNTRY U.SA. Fa- 
vorite recipes at the Greystone 
Irw indude country eggs Bene- 
dk^ and grilled quaM. (In Stereo) 



BABAR 5D 364547 

SPORTSOESK ■ 360737 
COUNTDOWN 504364 
DAYBREAK OB SS5603 
WILDLIFE MYSTERIES The 

Luangwa VaMey of Zambia is 

one of ttie few plaoes where 

elephants continue to thrive. (R) 

563731 

ERIC'S WORLD m 38567 

9M 
BONANZA 5052441 

0:30 
OS CALGARY 
STAMPEDE PARADE Bands 
arxi fkMts assemt)le for this 



SUPER FORME PLUS Une 

serie d'emissions de dense 
aarobiqua. (R) 645460 
MINORITY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT 175444 

ADVENTURES IN WON- 
DERLAND The Red Queen tries 
to retrieve a tape the TWeed l es 
have submitted to "Wonder- 
land's Smest Home VMeos .' 

(R)IB 575650 

B«SIDE SPORTS m 735712 
REAL NEWS FOR KIDS 
742265 

IRIS. THE HAPPY PROFES- 
SOR 45422 

10K» 
QARRELD AND FRIENDS m 
63456 

(Z) LA FORET MAGIQUE 
56147 

S) d) SONK THE HEDGE- 
HOG (In Stereo) IB 63002 51915 
a WCW WORLD WIDE WRES- 
TLMQ 17712 

m AUCE AU PAYS DES 
MERVEILLES 67456 
MKMOAN MAGAZINE 
57567 

0MR)OAY(R) IB 3641647 
HURRICANES (In Stereo) osi 



DEFI MHM PUTT (R) 269712 

0NEWSa666556 

QUACK ATTACK SB 556062 

REMOOBUNQ A OECOR- 

ATINQ TODAY Wortdrw with 

veneer plaster. (R) (In §lar«o) 

567977 

MOTORCY CL E RIDER 



MORMNQ NEWS 641116 
CIVN. WAR JOURNAL The 
role woman played in the CtvN 
War, Indudbig Ciara Barton and 
Rosa Qreanhow. (R) 366666 
BUSH BABY 5M44 , 

1046 
WCW PRO WRESTUNQ 
5636793 

10:30 
3) BUGS BUNNY 56566 
QD A00AM8 PAMH.Y (In 
St6re(^BM166 
QD MARSUPILAMI ■ 71793 
O TOUPTOUPS ET POL- 
LUAROt 79196 

MeMng a muMpurpoae chest, 
inspired by 6 eea cheat deaign, 
that can be ueod for toys, tools 
or Mankals. 36335 
CADILLACS AND DINO- 
•AURS ■476667 
08P«OUB 373731 
SHAOETREE MECHAMC 
Asaembto a NHRA iuntor drags- 
ter. (In Stereo) 937664 
0CANAOIAN SPORTFISHINQ 
870615 

electrk: CIRCUS (R) 



Awards; a Qo Kart radi^g 
school; understending engine 
oH labels. (In Stereo) 750ii5 
MARICELA A girl from El 
Salvador tries to fit into her new 
surroundirtgs in CaNfomia while 
keeping her Hispank: ancestry 
intact. Linda Lavin and Camna 
Cruz ster.(R) 51 1536 

RODEO Bronc and buH rid- 
ing from Mesquite, Texas. (In 
Stereo) 615459 
SHOWBIZ THIS WEEK (R) 



MONEYWEEK ■ 565567 
BttC^ WORLD Kaley and 
Pnie are invMad to a snobby 
pool party. SB MU1 
10:45 
"2001: A Space Odyssey " 
41431063 

11AI 
(C TEENAOE MUTANT 
NINJA TURTLES ■133625 60151 
(C BATMAN 11645 
C£ TALES FROM THE CRYPT- 
KEEPER (In Stereo) ■) 51654 
91 NAME YOUR ADVENTURE 
OB 40364 

O LUCKY LUKE 20356 
MICMQAN OUT-OF- 
DOORS 37525 

FASHKM FILE Fun styles 
from Betsey Johnson and des- 
linatkxi wear from Michael 
Kors. (R) IB 1571373 
TRANSFORMERS: GENER- 
ATION 2 B) 583002 
LA LUTTE WWF SUPER- 
STARS 245246 

MOTORWEEK Toyota MR2: 
tfie annual Drivers' CtioteA 



DAVID L WOLPER PRE- 
SENTS "'Monsters, Mysteries 
or Myths?" AttempUng to track 
the truth behind the Loch Ness 
Monster, the AtMminable 
Snowman and Bigloot. Host: 
Rod Serting. (R) 361450 
SEWING WITH NANCY 
"Luxurious Lingerie" 'Elastic 
applicatkxis and design klsaa, 
including adding a laoe inaaft te 
a slip. (Part 2 o( 3) 95609 - 

11« - ". '"• 
NATKMAL OEOGRAPMC 
EXPLORER Verwzueia's capu- 
chin monkeys: "Who Built the 
PyramMs?": impact of the 
South African o le cb ons. (R) ib 

5555793 

11:30 
(Z) AU NOM DE LA BEAUTE 
(R) 12977 

d) LAND OF THE LOST (In 
Stereo) IB 98793 

(9 CALIFORNIA DREAMS IB 
41063 
SEMORS NEED TO KNOW 



"Pavers" Buikt- 
ing a c onoete paver patto. fo- 
cusing on Its deaign and Inle- 
gratkm with existing ele m ents. 
(Parti of 2)36867 
MARKET PLACE A kwk at 
tfie new and successful treat- 
ments for whiplash. (R) K 

1572662 

MKIHTY MAX ■ 6S3ni 
BABE WMKELMAN^ OUT- 
DOOR SECRETS South Oakote 
ph^»ant hunt. James Bay 
anow gooee hunt. 761547 
FOR TME LOVE OF THE 
aAMEK535199 
STYLE 4644n 
LOOKS COOK A vwiety of 
soup recipes. Including fresh 
green pea soup with mint and 
chW ad gazpacho. 58338 

AFTERNOON 



(B) OIRL PROM TOMOR- 
ROW B 57731 365246 
QD WILD WEST CaW.-BOYS 
OF MOO MESA (In Stereo) m 



GD UTTLE MERMAID m 

12936 

Qi ENERGY EXPRESS 51245 

NEW YANKEE WORKSHOP 

Norm makee a tal cheat mo- 
deled on one In the Shaker VI- 
laga in Hancock, Mass. ■) 63680 
HEALTH SHOW The bene- 
fMs of a heaWiy sex We and 
what happens to people who 
are not sexuaRy active. (R) m 



WELL-BEMQ Examines the 
pbssibiUties of using the raiaxa- 
tkxt response to improve areas 
affected by high stress levels. 
(Part of 8) IB S56D5 
CYCLEI The raHs-to-traits 
movement in Prince Edward Is- 
land: a tour of Nova Scolia. m 



WORLD WRESTLMQ FED- 
ERATKM SUPERSTARS 58469 
(9 QML niOM TOMOR- 
ROW 80 44636 634758 

(Z) CEST UN ABAT (R) 65406 
d) LAND OF THE LOST (In 
Stereo) ■ I7i5i 

QD 0ANIMAMACS (In Stereo) 
IE66373 

(9 SAVED BY THE BELL: THE 
NEW CLASS IB 66441 
FRENCH 1070 91629 
(9 PORUM DBS TEMPS MOD- 
ERNES Une queetton d'mteret 
humain est dstMttue dans un 
forum reunissant une vingtairw 
de parsonnas. 56793 
THIS OLD HOUSE WOrtt is 
done on the front fscade's 
bump-out end new shingles are 
added to the ranchs roof . (R) IB 

53515 

BUSINESS WORLD m 

3314977 

MKMTYMORPHIN POWER 

RANGERS ■451566 

PLONQEE QUEBEC (R) 

515731 

QOLF SHOW 379915 

DOWN AND OUT WITH 

DONALD DUCK A oompaatton 

of scenes from some of Don- 

akt's dassk; shorts, induding 

"OonaM Duck Gets Drafted*' 

and "Modem tnventton s ." (R) 

(In Stereo) ■ 224553 

FISHIN' WITH ORLANDO 

WILSON (In Stereo) 351544 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOL- 
OGY WEEK ■ 555147 
TIME MACHINE Discontent 
and hard times hjrked beneath 
gaiety of the Roaring "20a. (R) 

727977 

CROSS TRAINING (Part 2 of 

2)15793 

12:30 



ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE 

DARK7 Sean bataves his friend 

Jake ia becoming a leprechaun. 

(R)a 188654 

0SPORTS 30 Resume detaiHe 

dea evenomOnt s sportlfs de la 

ioumee. (R)V823M5l 

TO BE ANNOUNCED 579460 

,0 fmmta with roland 

HNARTVI (In Stereo) S7S5S9 

WORLD CUP TODAY 745625 

0SPOTUGHT Altee m Chains. 

358115 

BASEBALL '04 745002 

BITS AND BYTES TWO 

(Part 1 of6)M86636 

1M 
SOUL TRAIN From 1993: 
Tevin Campbel, DAS EFX, An- 
gle ft Debbie. (R) (In Stereo) 
71869 

S) GROWING PAINS 19469 
d) MOVIE ••V^ '"Rendez- 
vous dens 165 nuages" (1906. 
Drama) Luoy Deekina, Jay Un- 
denvood. Une )6une Mle vlt a 
cote d'un garoon autlslkiue qui 
jure qu'l a la capacite de voter. 

511886 

(£ WORLD CUP SOCCER 
Quartsrlnal - Teems to Be An- 
nounced. From Fd9ax>ro, Maas. 
(Live) 916647 

d) PRBC PANTHER (In 
Stereo) 71267 

(9 NBA BNIDE STUFF 26424 
YOUR CHOKX^ OUR 
CHANCE 28163 

(9 UMVBIS MCONNUS Un 
voyage a travors I'evolutton de 
18 vie sur l6 planete Terre. (Par- 
tie 2 da 2) 88441 

PRBO 'niosrs practi- 
cal sportsman (R) oiasr 
MEOICNM F«^ ANantattve 
medicine. (R) ■ 3632155 

BOTS MASTER ■ 783422 
SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 
MONDE Equlpee a determiner. 
(En dkecl) S»867 
BOUL TRAM From 1903: 
Teddy Pendergrass, II D Ex- 
treme. Quest host: Steve White. 
(R) (In Stereo) 528565 
MICKEY MOUSE CLUB (R) 
■ 515364 

BI-PISMaMAN TELEVI- 
SION (ki Stereo) 8868n 
WORLD CUP SOCCER 



2H» 
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(S) FOCUS NORTH Issues 
•Oectino Canada's North. 7731 
QD WONDER WHY? ■ 7883 
a 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS 
SPECTACULAR Hoet Avery 
Brooks presents "A Spirit of 
Unity" from New Yorfc City's 
East Rlvsr; Judy CoMns per- 
fonns: Jane Alexander nar- 
rates. (In Stereo) ^tfi 
STOPWATCH 70799 
VOYAQE GRANDEUR NA- 
TURE*:i471t 

TRAHJIOe: MANE YOUR 
OWN ADVENTURE^ 89905 
MEOU How shook 06l8brity 
is produced and manipulated. 

(R)aD 3340505 

CUPS (In Stereo) 8D 224170 
WAVELENGTH (In Stereo) 
351625 

MOVIE ***V4 "Swiss Fa- 
mily Robinson " (1960. Adven- 
ture) John MMs. Dorothy 
McGuire. A shipwrecked family 
makes the most of misfortune 
by tranaforming their iaiand Into 
a paraonal paridtoe. ■78832606 
AUTO RACmO NASCAR 
North Series - Auto Palace/ 
SNck SO 150. From New Hamp- 
shira Intemattonal Speedway in 
Loudon. N.H. (In Stereo Live) 



get»-a letter from a secret ad- 
mirer. (R) On Stereo) ■ 57255 
MOVME **Vi "The Hen With 
Heroes" (1968, Drama) Rod 
TaykN-, Claudia Cardlnale. Twro 
pHote get Into iroubte wKh the 
authorities wfwn they become 
Involved in ttia black market. 

331542 

SET YOUR SAILS SkMs re- 
quired for extended sailing, 
auch 6s compass deviatkMi 
chocking and the use of radto. 
83611 

MBOAY (R) ■ 1583118 
NASCAR La coupe Winston 
Pepsi 400. En provenance dil 
D^rtona intematkjnal Speed" 
wwy, e n Ftoride. (En differej 

488737 

0kBAD-OPF MAN 637199 i 

"Bodies, Rest ft MoOon'^ 



HEALTHWORKS (R) 564462^ 

0- MOVIE ** "Sam Cade'^ 

(1972, Mystery) Qienn Ford, Ed) 

gar Buclwnan. Cade learns of a 

propo s ed contract kWing by tho 

syndteate and discovers that a 

wartime crony is piannir>g to 

murder film. 571535 

S9IALL ENGINES (R) (Pari 

tOof 10)05 6545083 

DRIVER'S SEAT 565248 

3:10 
MAJOR LEAGUE BASE> 
BALL Houston Astros et Chi- 
cago Cubs. From Wrigley FiekL 

(Uve) 56635465 

3:15 
Btf'ORMATNlN PROCESS- 

N«Q (Part 10 of 10) 18888847 

3:30 
(S> KT CONNECTKM ■ 188 
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(1983, Comedie) Adam BakS- 
win. Max QaN. Un chauffeur da 
taxi amreprend une remiee 8 
neuf des voMures de la oom- 
pagnte qua dMge un vieuxca- 
CANADIAN OAHOeMII ■ mfrads de aon pare. 938715 



0NEWSOAY^ 184166 

AMERICAN JUSnCE Fa- 

moM5 burgiartea, Induding the 
aimoai-insoivaoia isnnK s neisi 
of 1950. (R) 637918 
STRETCH ALIVE 
YOGA (Part 2 of 0) 



883441 

2:09 •■'*-' 

MOVIE ** "The Beastmas- 
tar" (1902. FwHwy) Marc Sin- 
gar, Tanya Ruberta. In a mythic 
worU of the past a man with an 
unuaual oommwid over animals 
556k5 Ote vRe in w*y destroyed 
his vMaga. MI7S688 

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WHY DRNrT I TMNK OF 
TNATT (In Stereo) 24798 
0(9 PET CONN ECT WN 
Food alargies in dogs; brush- 
ing a pet's tselh to reduce tar- 
tan oMng eye medic at ton to a 
cat; a troubleaoffle puppy. (R)SE 
558 350712 

d) UTTLEST HOBO ■ 6422 
PREDATORS AND PREY 



X-TENOAMUC Musk: vkleos 
«vilh Master T". 503880 
NEWSDAY H 347560 
NIVESTIQATIVE REPORTS 
ThaNands pervaaive proetitu- 
tkxi industry end the dangers K 
to Asian society. (R) 



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of 12)66644 

LYNETTC JENMNGS 
HOME Creating a party garden; 
decorating a Wreplece: updating 
shoes. (R)a 801002 
^M 

CARTOONS 2813505 

1:15 
"LadykiHer" 58477534 

1:30 
(S) CHOKXS 65002 
d) LEGEND OF 
FANG ■ 11588 
(9 PA» PROGRAM 13847 
GREAT LAKES OUTDOORS 
62151 

EDITORS IB5666538 
VOEO ft ARCADE TOP 10 
Host Gord Wolvett exptores the 
worM of vkteo, feahiring heed- 
to-head compedtkx). (R) (In 
Stereo) ■ 157336 
WOOR 684737 ^ 
GREAT AMERK:AN OUT- 
DOORS Hunting Sika deer in 
Meryland Host Ron Shearer. 
(R) (In Stereo) 420460 
EVANS ft NOVAK IB 745373 



® L'UNIVERS DES SPORTS 
Sports squsstres de Quebec, 
enregistre Is 2 et 3 juillet: Les 
Regstes de VaileyfteM. (En di- 
rect) 326636 

DISCOVERINQ MK>IK>AN 
51647 

PAUSE MUSK:ALE 146636 
HIT UST Tarzan Dan ooums 
down the top musk; vklso hite. 
(In Stereo)* 865977 
ENERGY EXPRESS Olympic 
Training Center m Cotorado; 
heavyvMight nfting ehaonpton: 
figure skater; deaf wrestler; 
swimming tips. (R) 52648%-^, 
START ME UP 562688 
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LEARNINO How to set up en 
environment that is conducive 
to learning. (Pari 4 of 5) 

55197064 

MOVIE **Vt "Blackbeard's 
Ghost" (1968, Comedy) Dean 
Jones. Peter Ustinov. Ttw fa- 
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Frsndsoo.a 23084 

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SUPSI DAVE ■ 848846 
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HIQHLIQHTS 751509 
STYLE (R) 767063 
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art; aHwiieels aboard a stsm-- 
wh55l|r. (In Stereo) 48199 
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4:36 

• MOVIE ***yk "Poltergeist" 
(1962. Horror) JoBeth WMiams. 
Craig T. Nalsan. Steven Spiel- 
berg produced this superna- 
tural extravaganza about a sub- 
urban CaHforhia family's battle 
with vengeful spirits, naaiaac 

4:48 

• "Qaa Food Lodging" 
71070I2S 

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• MOVIE ** -Vital Signs" 
(1990, Drama) Adrian Pasdar, 
Diane Lane. A sympathetic sur- 
geon guide s of med students 
ttwougn aaveral Rfe and death 
criaes during ttieir irst year of 
duly. «7M4 

• (S) • iOUESTRtAN Queen 
Qlzabetti H Cup. From Spruce 
Meadow s in Calgary. Alberta. 
(Live) Mm Mnas 

(9 QOLP Celebrity Champion- 
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RELEVIZ LE OfPI Avec 
Qaston Lepage. (R)aa8M7 

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faoting the environment ■) 

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• DOO HOUSE Theemptoy- 
eaa of Qlckman S QHclanan are 
taken hoataga by an irate cus- 
tomer. (R) (In Stereo) ■ tiS4» 

• MOVIE *** "The Harvey 
Qirts" (1946. Musical) Judy 
Qartand. Ray Bdger. The stan- 
dards and man of an 1870s 
W e st er n town are altarad by a 
group of young waitresses. 



• NHRA TODAY (In Stsrao) 
1«r«2S 

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• MOVIE it*Vi "The Kilers" 
(1964. Mystery) Lee Marvin. 
Angle DtakMeon. Hired kWers 
probe their vtoHma past, seek- 
ing Okies on a robbery In which 
the victim wasMrportedhr in- 
volved. Toatm ' 

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m LES SIMPSON Una famMto 
amertoaine normale dans toute 
sa baaute et toute son horreur. 



a O BNIBS B M_HERBE "Sarie 
Internationale" Rencontres des 
equipes ds Balgk)ue et de 
France. 2a408 

• ORAHAM KERRY KITCHEN 
Butternut aquaah and peas are 
the basis lor two paata sauces 
or aoupe. (to StanM) 2>aB 

• POUJSE-POUSSE L'enfant 
eaaaia de oomprandre is 
monde. en Jouanl: feu imagi- 
naire. )eu d'iwi ta tton et Hens 
ayac le monde adults. (R) ■ 

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• COUNTRY CANADA The 

uee of expsnsiva bugs to con- 
trol pests to greenhouses. (R) n 

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hot smoked oysters, tuna and 
shark, string baans and seal- 
tops, tropical fruit relish. 2t24a 

• POINTS DE VUE Rencontre 
avec dea gens seropositifs. (R) 

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• PASMONTV2HS7 

9 DOOO Portrait de Domi- 
nk^ue Michel. Entretients et ax- 
traita de see maiteurs perform- 
ances. (Partia 3 da 3) ■ 2iaa2S 

• CLUB C ONN E CT ProfHes 
teen activists wtw votontaer In 
ttieir communities; an Interview 
with tha musteal group Hot- 
house Ftowers. (to Stereo) in 

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• TRUCKBr USA Rod HaN 
gives racir>g lessons from 
Reno^ Nev. (R) (In Stereo) 
S2t338 

• EARLYPfUME rS31«7 

• SHAIMN, LOIS S BRAMY 
ELEPHANT SHOW Everyone 
enjoys a hayrWe white on a 
farm. Guest Murray MdaucfK 
lan sings The Farmers Song." 
IK 21644 

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• TENTH INNINQ With Steve 
Stone, laiiaaao 

• WORLD CUP TODAY 

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6:30 

• LE GRAND JOURNAL IE 

9 DOUBLE ETOKE Invites: 
Denis Rtohard et Zachary Ri- 
chard. I444i 

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Ma Me to save ttte Black. (R) (to 
Stsreo) ■; 661712 

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•MOVIE *** "Pretty to Pink" 
(19SS) Molly RingwaU. A ndrew 
McCartfiy. A teen agar worries 
ttiat tier lower-class roots might 
anect ner Duoamg retaaonanip 
with a wea W w oaasmato. (to 
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S (B) MOVIE ** Paternity" 
(1961 . Comedy) Burt Raynokte. 
Beverly 0'An(}eto. A bachetor to 
tiis 409 wtto wants to be a 
father searches (or the right 
woman to bear his chiW. 60354 
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36(7 

QD • DR. QUINN, MEDK:INE 
WOMAN Michaeia and Sully try 
to dissuade Mattfiew wfien a 
slick cardshark teaches him to 
gamble and he belisv e s he's 
found an easy way to make mo- 
ney. (R) (In Stereo) m 67763 

• SPORTS PLUS MAQAZME 



• KATT8 A DOO 67666 

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6661422 

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• SAVED BY THE BELL m 
368441 

• ERKTS WORLD Max pon- 
ders ths Mea of having another 
brotfter or sister when he learns 
that Andrea might be pregnant. 

(R)B387666 

• BMJ. DANCE OUTDOORS 
(In Stereo) 127466 

• R.6.V.P. Musk: videos re- 
quested by viewers. 666422 

• WORLD TODAY 564101 

• EVENHMI AT THE IMPROV 
Host: Tawny Kitaen. Comics: 
Fred Anderson. Mark FarreH. 
Keith Robinson. Ntok DiPaoto. 
(R)122S73 

• REACH FOR T>« TOP 16460 



• SPORTS 30 Resume detaiUe 
des avenemen ts sportfs de la 
Joumee. (En direct) ■ 660267 

• CAUPORMA DREAMS 
673611 

• KATIE A ORBIE 773536 

• PATH TO STARDOM Tracy 
Byrd. (R) (to Stereo) 6461M 

• MANAQHKl 766731 

• BEMOR REPORT (R) IB 
31460 

8:00 

• CURRENT AFFAIR EXTRA 
S8I67 

• (X MOVIE *Vt "Les Nou- 
velee avantures da FM Brlnd'a- 
cier" (1988, Fantaiaia) Tami 
Erin. EHaen Brerwian. Una jeune 
neufregae s'In ata ia dana una 
maiaon abandonnae avac eon 
singe et son cheval. §3166 

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MOHT (to Stereo) ■32606 

CI}0TARZAN7647 

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66616 

9 MOVIE **V^ "Ligue ma- 
leura" (1989. Comedto) Tom 
Berangar, CharSe Sheen. La 
nouveia proprletaire d'une 
equipe de beaabal da Cleve- 
land mat tout an oeuvre pour 
que oela-ci echoua. 684769 

• MOVIE "Star- (1993. 
Drama) Jennie Qerth. Ted 
Wasa. Baaed on Danieae 
Steel's novel of a San Fran- 
daco aingar'a struggles to 
achieve stardom and ftod her 
true Iowa. 66647 

• BBST OF NATWNAL QBO- 
ORAPMC 47763 

• L-EOUPE OOUSTEAU A LA 
REDECOUVERTE DU MONDE 
53626 

• FASHWN WLE Fun stytos 
from B e t sey Johnaon and des- 
tinatton wear from Mtahael 

Kors. (R) ■ 4173441 

• ARE YOU AFRAN) OF THE 
DARK? Seen beHsv e s hte W end 
Jake is becomkig a leprechaun. 
(T^^ 211666 

• CETTE SEMAME AU BASE- 
BALL 621267 

RUNAWAY WITH THE RKDH 
AND FAMOUS London; Soot- 
land; Ireland. (R) 301466 

• MOVIE ** "The Ugly Dach- 
shund " (1966, Comedy) Dean 
Jonas. Suzanne 'Pleahette. 



dog fanciers cor)- 
tend ¥vlth their Great Dane's 
identity crisis after raising the 
giant with a litter of dach- 
shunds. ■ 3658346 

• COUIfTRY musk: VK)E0 
ALBUM HOUR Musto vkJeo 
photo atoum of Wayton Jen- 
ninga. (to Stereo) 482712 

• 8P0RTS0ESK ■604667 

• MBCE A MIKTS EXCEL- 
LENT X CANADA ADVEN- 
TURES 660647 

• CAPITAL OANQ 104621 

• HOME AQAM Bob moves 
on to tfiaooech houae behind 
the recently renovated Chicago 
greystone. 466737 

• NATKMAL OEOQRAPMC 
"Bali. Mastarpiece of the 
Gods" A prolMa of the Indone- 
sian island of BaN. axptortog the 
role of reNgton and the arte m 
daily life. Rk:tiard Kiiey nar- 
rates. ■ 23161 

BUSY BOOKS Profiles of 
active M ontr e a lers. 686677 
8:06 

• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 



BALL St. Louis Cardinals at At- 
lanta Braves. From Atlanta- 
Fulton County Stadium. (Live) an 
61014064 

8:30 
CD ■ LEGEND OF WHITE 
FANG ■6364 

(9 MICHMIAN LOTTERY ME- 
GABUCKS GIVEAWAY 77422 
(9 HtSTOIRES FANTA8- 
TKMESB 63460 

• SYLVANU WATERS Noe- 
Hneolfende the men wtien sfie 
hires a male stripper for a party: 
Dtone conlMes in her sister 
about her sexual problems. (R) 

(Part 6 of 12)4166246 

• TARZAN A famous bow 
fHmtar chaie n ge s Tarzan to a 
hunt to the death. Former 'Tar- 
zan" Ron Ely guest stars. 

223441 

TENNIS Intemattonaux Sun 
Uto: Finale mascuiirw. (En dif- 
fere) 1(6954 

a ILLINOIS INSTANT RICHES 
IN 
MOVIE ** "There Goes the 
Neighborhood" (1990 Jeff 
DanWi. Catherine O'Hara. 
Suburbanites become crazed 
goU-diggers after runwrs 
spread that a neigftoor's house 
is sitting on a buried treasure, 
(to Stereo) 'PO-13 ■664466 

• TENNIS 256666 

• SPOTUQHT Btoe Rodeo. 
(Part 1 of 2) 666364 

• SPORTS SATURDAY 584606 

• HOME AOABI Coach houae 
plans reviewed with arcfiitacts: 
brick facade powar-wasfied. 



• JUBS^E YEARS The 

Buchta Dartoors and musical 
s ale ct to ns inctodtog "Kiley's 
ftoel"" and "'The Scottish Fan- 
dango." IB661712 
OHM 

• DR. QUNN. MEDICINE 
WOMAN Mtohaela and SuNy try 
to di a suade M a tthew wften a 
slick cardshark tM^ws hkn to 
gamble and he beNevaa lie's 
found an eaay way to make mo- 
nay. (R) (to aarao) ■ 6S73i 
•(&• FRONT PAGE OONFI- 
DBNmLPraNee of ttie cMt of 
ttie program "Front Page" In- 
dudtog Pierre Berton. Betty 
Kennedy and Alan Fother- 
ingham. (R) ■ 36M 664664 

CD M A NEW LIGHT An aventog 
oi enNroMmieni ano me laiesi 
Information on AIDS, featuring 
some of the country's leadtog 
actors, pertarmers and oalebri- 
tlae. Hoet Bwbara WaNars. (to 
Stsrao) ■3MM 
QD • KUNO FU: THE LEGEND 
CONTBMBB The Ancient is tar- 
geted by con artists after win- 
ntog the tottery. (R) (to Stereo) 



(9 MOVIE "Star"' (1993. 
Drama) Jennie Garth, Ted 
Waaa. Based on D a niels 
Steel's novel of a San Fran- 
ciaoo singer's struggles to 
achieve stardom and find her 
true tove. (In Stereo) ■ 66246 
(9 MOVK *** ""Miss Mos- 
cou" (1991. Comedie) Mtohel 
Cote, Renee Faure. Les habi- 
tants dun apparlement com- 
munautaire de Moeoou ont la 
visite d'une amie de retour d'un 
tong se^our au Canada. 64(67 

• LAWRENCE WELK SHOW 

"Hooray for Hollywood ' 676(7 

• MOVIE ** Lb Festin ds 
Babette" (1987. Comedto) Ste- 
phana Audran, Brigitte Feder- 
spiel. Une refugiae anlve dans 
una regton aauvage de la cote 
daneiae ou e«e eat engages 
comme bonne a tout faire. 56712 

• PASSK)NATE EVE A took 
back at the terrorist bombing 
during a Remembrance Day 
ServKO in the Northern Irish 
town of EnnlskWen. (R) n 



• MOVIE ** "On the Sunny 
SWe" (1942. Drsma) Roddy 
McDowal, Jane Danweil. A 
WWII British refugee encoun- 
ters resistance wtien he Is 
taken In by a Clavetend family 
and meets their competitive 
son. 646a67 

• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Chicago White Sox at 
Milwaukee Brewers. From 
County Stadkjm. (Live) 587644 

• OPRY BACKSTAGE (In 
Stereo) 740486 

• X-TENDAMIX Musk; vMeos 
wHh Master "T . 266170 

• PRWIIENEWS m 133466 
•MOVIE ** "King Of the Gyp- 



sies" (1978, Drama) Judd 
Hirsch, Enc Rotwrts. A man 
creates conflict within his New 
York City gypsy family wtien he 
attempts to tyeak away from 
his clan's lifestyle. lOiaao 
• MOVIE ***V2 "The Time 
Machine" (1960. Science Fk:- 
tk>n) Rod Tayk>r. Yvette Mim- 
leux. H.G. Wells' Ume trsveler 
journeys to the future to save 
mankind from cannitMls. 
Oscar-winning special effects. 



9:30 

• GRAND OLE OPRY UVE (In 

Stereo) 670163 

9-.3S 

• TOM PETTY: GOING HOME 
Rock n' roller Tom Potty's re- 
miniscences about his t>and, 
ttie Hearttxeakers, are high- 
lighted by footage of recording 
sessions and performarK»s. 
(R) (In Stereo) ■ 72837712 

10HM 

• MUDDLING THROUGH (Ser- 
ies Premiere) A woman (Ste- 
phanto Hodge) returns home 
after spending three years to jail 
for accktontaNy sfiooting her 
two-timlngtMiSband. (In Stereo) 
■ 67118 

•S) • CFL FOOTBALL Ham- 
ilton Tiger-Cats at Edmonton 
Eskimos. From Commonwealth 
Stadtom. (Live) 257712 366844 

• CD MOVIE *V^ "Passeport 
pour une nuM Manche" (1966. 
Drame) Antfxxiy Michael HaN, 
Jenny Wright. Un jeune fermier 
de I'lowa va passer quek)ue 
tempo Chez son frere a Los An- 
geles. 15064 

GD • C0UNTER8TRIKE ■ 



red) 174441 

• JACKSONVILLE JAZZ XIV 
From 1993. Performances by 
pianist Mk:fiel Camito, singer 
Rosemary Ctooney, the 
Brecker Brotfiers and sax 
player Rk:hard Oiot. (In Stereo) 

41844 

• MOVIE **Vi "Lettres dun 
homme nKxt " (1986. Science 
fk:tton) Rolan Bykov, Lossif 
Rykhne. Apres un conflit nu- 
deaire. un savant ecrlt des 
lettres destineas a son fUs qu'H 
n'a pu retrou^r. losass 

• WORLDS BEST Palestini- 
ans and Israelis living in the 
West Bank settlements, the Go- 
lan Heights and the Gaza Strip 
discuss ttie future of peace in 
the Mkldle East. (R) ■ 3816248 

• NEWS (R) (In Stereo) ■ 



• MOVIE ** "Pouvoir tottoie' 
(1986. Drame) Plena Curel. 
Jacques Godki. Avac I'akle de 
trois comp6oes. un recklivlsto 
age d'une dnquantaine d'an- 
nees detoume un camkxi 

Minde. 266246 

• NEWS ■ 66712 
•EVEMNG AT POPS (Season 
P remiere) The 2Slh season 
opena with vtolinist Itzhak Pert- 
man and co n ductor Joftn WN- 
liams performing excerpts from 
"Schindler's Ust"; mustoal par- 
odist Pater Schicketo aleo per- 
forms, (to Stereo) 66644 

• DREAM ON S65a47 

• STATLER BROS. Crystal 
Qayto. Cleva Francis. (R) (in 
Stereo) 442338 

• LARRY KING WEEKEND ■ 



10:30 
•hearts AFW EAjet- setttog 
tiig^i-echool friend offers to lend 
John and BMy Bob the money 
to get their nawapeper running. 
(R) (to Stereo) ■ 43831 
• COMEDY CLUB 74466 
9 LE TELCJOURNAL ■ 
4861170 

WORLD SERVKE 



• PLANET FASHION Jasper 
Conran. Karl Lagsrfeto. EHza- 
balh TUberis, Byblos, Carolyne 
Roehm. (R) 471266 

• LE TEMPLE DE LA RENOM- 
MEE Documentakv sur le nou- 
vaau Tempto de la Rerxxnmee 
de la Ligue Natton atode hockey 
a Toronto. 668660 

• "Btoodflst V: Human Tar- 
gat"' 6625(7 

• 1883 BRITISH OPEN GOLF 
HMHLIQHTS 6416M 

• START ME UP 505083 

10A0 
(9 LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 73673625 

11M 

• WALKER. TEXAS RANGER 
After a veterinarian is kWed 
wfiMe kwastigating ttie myster- 
ious deatfis of some tocal ani- 
mate, his daughter asks Walker 
to Itod tlie murderers. (R) (In 
Stereo) ■ 541 il 

QD A»S 101: TAMMY BOC- 
C OMWIO TALKS WITH TEENA- 
GERS Answering questtons 
from teens about AIDS. 66i5i 
X) • STREET JUSTK^E IE 
•1644 

(9 SISTERS Trevor's behavtor 
finally pushes John and Geor- 
gto to their limits; Alexs Ulk 
stiow gets canceled; Frankie 
and Mitch pursue custody of 
their son. (R) (In Stereo) IB iS44i 

• MOVIE TELEVISKM 30677 
(9 BASEBALL Les Expos de 
Montreal affrontent les Padres 
a San Diego. En provenance du 
Jack Murphy Stadium. (En di- 



• RODEO PROFESSKMNEL 
DU QUEBEC 250441 

• MOVIE ***V^ "The Magk: 
Box " (1951, Btography) Robert 
Donat, Laurence Olivier. Some 
of Britato's finest actors appear 
in this story based on the life of 
movie camera inventor William 
Friese-Oreene. 6684151 

• HEE HAW Mkicey Gilley. Ta- 
ron Young. (R) (In Stereo) 



• WORLD NEWS 3845S7 

• BEST OF COMK: RELIEF 
356625 

• CONVERSATKMS 14615 

11H>S 

• MOVIE ** "Deep Dark Se- 
crets" (1987, Drama) James 
Broito, Metody Anderson. Time 
Approximate After the disap- 
pearance and presumed death 
of tier husband, a woman un- 
covers some distressing se- 
crets about his past. 8141626 

11:30 

• MOVIE ** "Burglar' (1987. 
Comedy) Whoop< GokXierg. 
Bob Qoktthwait. A thief-tumed- 
tMOksaller returns to her 
former professton and plays 
detecttve when she tMcomes a 

• RED GREEN ■ 586824 

• 8PEEOWEEK 834626 

• MOVIE **** "The Invisibie 
Man" (1933. Science Ftotton) 
Claude Rains. Qtoria Stuart. An 
tovisibillty serum trensforms a 
scientist into a homtokial man- 
iac with visions of wodd con- 
quest. 632603 

12:00 

• (E (9 NEWS 6626861 663836 
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GD • CTV WEEKEND NEWS ■ 
67666 

• LE OMHD JOURNAL IB 



• AUSTIN CITY LIMITS 

Singer-songwritor John Prtoe 
performs ""You Got Goto"'; 
honky-tonk musk: Is performed 
by Jimmie Dale Qilmore, inckjd- 
ing "These Btoes." (R) (In 
Stereo) 152658 

• ROUGH CUTS Why gays are 
murdered in greater numtjers in 
Montreal tfian in any ottier city 
In Canada. iTOsasi 

• MANIAC MANSKM When 
Casey agrees to care for a 
friend'a t>aby. Turner feels 
ttveatened. (R) (In Stereo) m 
611045 

•BPORTS 30 Resume detaWe 
das evanement s sportifs de la 
KMmee. (En dkact) ■ 276036 

• NEW8^628361 

• "The Temp'" 6856823 

• OPRY BACICSTAGE (R) (In 
Stereo) 44i36i 

• SPORTSDESK ■ 607300 

• MNCE A MIKE'S EXCEL- 
LENT X CANADA ADVEN- 
TURES 402356 

• SPORTS TONIGHT 455403 

• COMEDY ON THE ROAD 
From tfie Comedy Stop at ttie 
Trop in Las Vegas. Comtos in- 
clude Paul GNmartm. Bill Fox. 
Buzz Beknondo. Johnny Dark, 
Monty Hoffman. (07383 

12:30 
(D MOVIE ** "Decepttons 
(1990. Mystery) Harry HamUn. 
NicoNette Sherklan. A homkMe 
detective faNs into a passtonate 
and dangerous affair with a wi- 
dow suspected of murdering 
her huslMnd. 756585 
(E • NEWS ■ 51586 
(9 SATURDAY NKMT LIVE 
Host: Sara Qitbert. Musk:al 
guest: Counting Crows. (R) (In 
Stereo) ib 353010 



• PASSKW PLEIN AIR 308SS4 

• LE PARIS BLACK (R) 56S76S 

• C08KDY MILL IB 164463 

• LE MAGAZINE DES ROAD- 
RUNNERS (R) 533107 

• MOVIE *** Joe KkM 
(1972. Western) CUnt East- 
«vood. Rotiert Duvall A weaNtiy 
landowner hires a stient stran- 
ger to track down a gang of in- 
vading DAexicans. 680666 

• GRAND OLE OPRY UVE (R) 
(in Stereo) 712361 

• SPOTUGHT Btoe Rodeo. 
(Part 1 of 2) 275746 

• CAPITAL GANG (R) 726403 

12J6 

• UNTOUCHABLES Ness and 
Quintan transport an 18-year- 
oM prieoner wfio has been 
sentenced to a 12-year prison 
term for cashing tils late uncle's 
disability check. (R) (to Stereo) 

■ 6671300 

• (Z) QUOTIDIENNE / SELECT 
42 / A TOUT / BANCO / LOTTO 
649 / EXTRA / LOTTO SUPER 7 
(6148036 

'12:45 

• C£) MOVIE *** "La Corde 
rakle " (1964, Drame) CItot East- 
wood. Genevieve BujoM. Un 
detective se decouvre des affin- 
ites perverses avec I'assassin 
de jeunes femmes. 61600766 

• MOVIE *** "Chnstmas in 
July" (1940, Comedy) Dtek 
Powe(. EHen Drew. A penniless 
offKO worker goes on a spend- 
ing spree after feHow workers 
tnck him into believing tie has 
won a contest. ii(5i3(i 

1:00 

• ® • SATURDAY REPORT 

■ ((37467(4(0664 

CD • MOVIE *** "UNth ' 
(1964, Drama) Warren Beatty, 
Jean Seberg. A young man em- 
ptoyed to a mental tostitulton for 
tfie very rk:h becomes emotion- 
ally involved vinth a patient. 
61636326 

• MOVIE *i>Vt Mo' Better 
Bkies " (1990. Drame) Oenzel 
Washington, Spike Lee. Lxxs- 
qu'un trompettt s te vient en atoe 
a son geram et ami d'enfanca, il 
se reixlra compto que son univ- 
ers est tres fragile. 762887 

• CLASSIC COUNTRY 638331 

• FASMON FKf Fun styles 
from Betsey Jofinson and des- 
tinatton wear from Mk:hael 
Kors. (R) m 6IS1226 

• REAL WORLD Erk: reacts to 
Kevto's letter of aitkrism; Missy 
arrives at the toft (R) 163380 

• SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 
MOmE Equipes a determiner. 
(R) 666846 

• STATLER BROS. Crystal 
Gayto, Cleve Francis. (R) (In 
Stereo) 661788 

• BOXING ■736656 

• VnEOFLOW 330681 

• NEWfSMGHT 72S300 

• MOVIE ** "Ktog Of the Gyp- 
sies" (1978, Drama) Judd 
Hirsch, Erie Roberts. A man 
creates oonfNct witfito his New 
Yod( City gyfisy family when he 
attempts to break away from 
his dan's Hfestyto. 450684 

• MOVIE **V^ "Ending Up " 
(1991. Comedy) Dame Wendy 
HHIer, Sir John Mills Ekterty 
British tiousemetes overcome 
ttieir Indivkkial differences 
vtrhito coping with the realities of 
oMage. ■36708U 

• MOVIE ** "Stos of the 
f>ast" (1964. Drama) BartMra 
Carrera, Kim CattraH. A newly 
promoted poOce lieutenant falls 
in love wtto a former madam 
wtiile seardiing for a killer of 
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one of the few pieces wtiere 
elephants continue to thrive. (R) 
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her in danger. (R) ■ 662036 
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joumee. (R) ■ 366671 
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movement in Prince Edward Is- 
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slone. sn Angtolerre. (En dhsct) 

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moves mto towm. <R) ■ |71316 
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Ben Matkxk is retained to da- 
fend a man charged with two 
homkMes linked to a 15-year- 
ok) crime. 32403 

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The Case of the Alt-Star Assas- 
sin" (1989. Mystery) Raymortd 
Burr, BartMra Hale. Defense at- 
torney Mason comas to the sM 
of an injured hockey star ac- 
cused of kilting a weatttiy sports 

mogul. 86545 

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ties with Shari Lewis begins 
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Different Color ' (R) (In Stereo) 
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a MORNING NEWS 365534 
a BREAKFAST WITH THE 
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ance " Free-vyfieeling adapta- 
tKxi of GiitMrt and Sullivan's op- 
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hires a mala strippar for a party: 
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about her sexual problems. (R) 

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a ALAODW The legendary 
tale of the genie in the lamp, 
with Dan CastsManela as ths 
voice of the genie. (R) 641667 
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coast Nattonals m Naplas. Fla. 
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ture) Roger Moore, BartMira 
Bach. James Bond joins a 
beautiful Russian spy to stop a 
tycoon from u$lr>g hijacked mis- 
siles to destroy New York and 
Moscow. 76303638 
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seul avec ses enfants. (R) 7ii07 
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favorite summer movies indud- 
irtg 'Dirty Dancing," "Back to 
the Beach" and "Summer- 
time-' 86810 

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structed condominiums and 
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county area. 56682 

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sonnes de differarvtes etfmies 
donneni leur perception de 
I'Amerkiue et plus apecifique- 
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a FASHION RLE Super- 
wom6n styles created by Byron 
Lars and avant-garde 
twaar by Daniel Jaaiok. 

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a BONNE PECHE Deo infor- 
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la pacha au Quobac. (R)3Ni«7 
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AND FAMOUS Actor Dennis 
Franz ("NYPD Bkia"). author 
Oominick Dunne, actress Ro 
sella LaNdra ("Famiy Mat- 
ters"). (R) 466671 
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a MOVK *** "The Three Ca- 
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leinuree an mnovaeve neno or 
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430671 

a WINNERS Rusty WaNece 
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quested by viewers. 473774 
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a TIME TO GROW A celebrs- 
tion of children and their devei- 
opmentai process. 84008 
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medy) Peler Saiars, Lionel Jef- 
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Iccmand Yard to a^iprohand a 
trio of Aussie con man who*vs 
been conOscaOng booty from 
legWmate crooks. 337346 
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paosms ana oawr nesiyia is- 
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of planning before you buy in- 
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abreast of new materials on the 
market. ■ •0M2076 

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the annual Drivers' Choice 
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school: understandkig enghie 
ol labaie. (In Stereo) 2a882 

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farmer's eOorts to return the 
nearly extinct taigrass to the 
Canodtan prairta. (R) ■ 77666 
aCC MOVIE *«* "Les Freres 
Bhies " (19S0, Comedie) John 
Bekishi, Dan Ackroyd. A leur 
sortie de prison, deux fraraa 
lenient de rasaembler lea 
inenibraa da tsiy oncien or""p* 
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nombreux mineurs dun petit 
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a WORLD'S BEST Peiestini- 
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discuss the futura of peace in 
the MkMe East. (R) ■ 3244476 
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Dorothy Lamour. RomaiKe 
btosaome between a provincial 
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a MOVIE ***Vi "A OouMe 
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proMee octrees Dame Peggy 
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painter Biff Stspleton. ib 8884 
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dals" (1933, MuetoaO Eddie 
Cantor, Ludffe Baff. A ntan 
takes a furvMed, daydreem 
)oumey to the time of C ae s ar 
and the Roman Empire. 783M1 
a AUTO RACBMI NASCAR 
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N.H. (In Slarao Uva) 688643 
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Drama) C8ff De Young, Anthony 
Hopkina. The 1992 capture and 
Irtai ol Br uno RIctw d Haupt- 
mann, the Udnappar-slayar of 
aviator Charlaa Undbarcn'a In- 
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(1962, Drame) Davani le com- 
mandant et la praOa da aon n- 
giment, un homnia racoma sa 
vieie nisiowa, oeae u un enrani 
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ouvrlere dans cett« adaptation 
de I'opera de Puccini. En ve- 
dette: BartMra Hendricks et 
Qino QuHico. 4(M3M 

• OrmOIT BLACK JOURNAL 
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• CETTE 8EMAINE AU BASE- 
BALL (R)S10W3 

• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Chicago White Sox at 
Milwaukee Brewers. From 
County StadHim. (Live) riTcri 
■ WORLD OF GOLF 4112M 

• MONEYWEEK (R) 4247M 

• SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAINMENT "Oame Peggy" 
pr o Wai actress Dame Peggy 
Ashoroft: "BiN Stapleton: The 
Art of Protest" proMes Toronto 
painter BM Stapleton. m 2S37M 

3:30 

• tONY BROW^ JOURNAL 
14M1 

• MTNOOUCnON TO CUL- 
TUREI238M 

• DEFI QOLF PLUS Une serje 
da cowpetttion a awicales entre 
Iroia personnalites du monde 
sponif. (R) i37aai 

• CANADIAN WILDERNESS 
JOUNNAL - WORKINQ FOR 
WILDLIFE Demonstrations of 
the unusual methods conserva- 
tionista aometimes use to save 
the environment. (R) (In Stereo) 



• SPfUICE MEADOWS TO- 
DAY aMM9 

• EARTH MATTERS 14674* 

9:4S 

• MAGAZINE OU CINEMA 



4HW 
■ MOVIE **** -The Qrad- 
uata" (1967, Comedy) Dustin 
Hoffman, Anne BarKroft. The 
Oscar-winning story of a young 
man wt>o is seduced by an 
older woman, and then faNs In 
love wHh her daughter. i73a2 
ffl) VOYAGER: THE WORLD 
OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
7*36 

• (D SUPERCOPTER aaOM 

• TO BE ANNO U NCED 20039 

• TECHNOLOGIES INFOR- 
MATIQUES ET EDUCATION 
Ma7i 

• PLANET WATCH Issues af- 
fecting tfw environment (R) ■ 
niMH 

• JR. JAYS TV MAGAZINE M 
Paul MoMar. Cartoa Oalgado. 
Oick SchoAeld and CMo Qaaton, 
manager of the AM-Star team 
are Interviewed. (R) ■ 437at7 

• LI TEMPLE DE LA RENOM- 
MK Oocumentaire sur le nou- 
veau Temple da la Reno mm ee 
da la Ugua Nationaie de hoctcey 
a Toronto. (R) MNsaa 

• LEGENDS AND HEROES 
'Texas John Slaughter. " Epi- 
sode: "Showdown at Sarv 
doval." (R) 123131 

• miNNMQ 144010 

• WOULD REPORT 42iM4 

• OWTARE BN MAMS 1312a 



d) WORLD CUP SOCCER 

QuartaiSnai - Teanw to Be An- 
nounoMl. From Palo ANo, CaHf . 
(Uv«)4M2S1 

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• «AN ALIVE Five wvomen 
dtoouaa Iheir alruggle wMh al- 
cohol addiction and how it af- 
fects their famMes. (R) ■ 
7714n0 

• MOUNT ROYAL Boaasoo 

• BOCCCR: LA COUPE DU 

MONDE Equipes a determiner. 
(En direcl) 24itM 

• WORLD CUP SOCCER 
MSSTia 

• OEFI-SANTE "U Stress " 
Au programme: le phenomerw 
du aires*, ses oompoaantes, et 
das moyens de gerer le stress. 
31710 

4:46 

• "Stay Tuned" tia347* 

§M 
■ (S) MOVIE "One Mora 
Mountain" (1994. Drama) (Part 
1 of 2) Meiedlth Baxter, Chris 
Cooper. A pionee r woman and 
her companions face Wness. 
starvation and death «4>on 
snowstorms trap Itiem In the 



Sierra Nevadas. 2300 

• CD JUSTICE POUR TOUS 
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Progress) From the Edgewood 
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O RELEVEZ LE OEFI Avec 
Qaston Lepage. (R) 130281 

• FAMILY PLAYHOUSE (B 
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O JOSE CARRERAS: L'HIS- 
TORE OniNE VNE Portrait du 
tenor Joae Carraras qui est re- 
venu prendre sa plaoe a cole de 
PlacMo Oomingo et de Luciano 
PavaroW. 004*7 

• VICTORY AT SEA 07007 

• PASSC-PARTOUT 0722* 

• FASMON FILE Super- 
woman styles created by Byron 
Lars and avant-garde stree- 
twear by Daniel Jaslak. (R) m 

415122* 

• RUSSIAN CLASSICS (R) 
703004 

• CUPTfnP Great Music Ex- 
perience from Japan. a06a*7 

• COPS AND ROBBERS A 
cfwonide of notorious Ameri- 
cans, indudbig Jesse James 
and Al Caporw. 000310 

m PECHE SPORTIVE Les 
technk|ues de pecfie qui assur- 
eront la priae de I'achigan a 
grande bouche dans les eaux 
chaudes. ocoso 

■ VOYAGER: THE WORLD OF 
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UK 
m COUSTEAU'S REDISCOV- 
ERY OF THE WORLD Papua 
^4ew Gkiirtea: The Center of 
Rre" (Time Approximate) A trip 
to Papua New Guinea uncovers 
vast deposits of mineral wealth, 
goW mines and wartime wreck- 
age from WorW War II. m 
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• LA MEDECME APPfUVO- 
I8EE "La schizophrenia" Des- 
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tion des causes, evaniaN des 
soma actuals et proieies. 22030 

■ JUST A MINUTE A kxsk at 
the aod huts buit and lived In by 
settlers on the Canadian Prair- 
ies. 700101* 

• TARZAN A familiar enemy 
wreaks havoc in ttie jungle by 
dumping PCB-oontaminated ON 
drums Into the river, oiioai 
S BACKTflAX CoNn James. 



• COCOTTE-MMUTE 008*0 

EVENING 

6:00 

• UNTOUCHABLES Neas and 
GMnlan transport an 18-ye«r- 
oM prieoner who has been 
sentenced to a 12-year priaon 
term for casfiing Ms late uncle's 
disability check. (R) (In Stereo) 
■1*0132 

■ (9 • HORSE RACING 
Queen's Plate. The 13Sth run- 
ning, for 3-year-oMs at 1 1/4 
miles, from Woodbine Race 
Track in Toronto. (Live) 71071 
00281* 

■ GDLgTOUR DE FRANCE 
CompetWon cyoiato qui rounit 
les melHeurs atNetaa de oette 
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QDSNKWSBI 00310 

• PAS SI BETE QUE CA Au 
programme: les animaux de la 
fauna. (R) 7012*4 

• WEOIMNQ ALBUM ■ 22774 
(9 LES CONTES D'AVONLCA 
"La Sordere d'Avonlea" Tous 
les elevM d'Avonlea a'appM- 
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repraoantw laur eoole au prOs- 
tigleux concour* provincial d'e- 
peNation. 73774 

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Woodtawn ' (19S9. Adventure) 
Emiy Schulman. Season Hub- 
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to prevent a bkwdy oonfronta- 
tkm between Wisoonsin 
pioneers and friendhr Oekola 



medicine. (R) m 7**ii32 
■ WILD KINGDOM 341*30 

• RAT PATROL 400301 

9 TAKE OFF The kids explore 
ttte coTKept of time while stuck 
in a hot car. 40074* 
S WINNERS Rusty WaNace 
(R) (In Stereo) 224301 

• LATE EOfTKM Bi 120107 
S REAL WEST The sometimes 
fragHa art of law enforcement in 
the Okf West. (R) 2i*403 

• CHAT BOUME 00403 

6:06 

• BUGS BUNNY 40*0120 

6:18 

• MOVIE in>Vi "DIggstown " 
(1992) James Woods. Louis 
Goesett Jr. An ex-con and a re- 
tired prizefighter ptot to scam a 
racketeer who likes to bet on 
the lights. (In Stereo) R m 



m WORLD CUP TODAY 
33270072 

6:30 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL B 
0*0774 

■ HOUSE CALLS 02774 

• BBC WORLD SERVKE 
7710104 

• ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STALUON When Ni- 
cole decides to return to 
France. Alec rethinks his racing 
hilur*. (R) (In Stereo) m 43031* 

• RANDONNEE MOTO- 
M A W N E (R) 400007 

• RAT PATROL tOOOOl 

• MISSION TOP SECRET (R) 
(Part 1 of 4) 0*7220 

• TRUCKHr USA (In Stereo) 
3110(1 

• SENKM PGA GOLF 728774 

• OUTLAWS AND HEROES 
Dauphin Countryfest. 2702*4 



6:36 

• NEW ADVENTURES OF 
CAPTAIN PLANET X 2057*30 

740 

• QD NEWS 02107 7474* 

• (9) ROAD TO AVONLEA A 
feud betwee n JasfMr's family 
and the Kings Ignites when Jas- 
per's eccentric relatives visit 
Avoniea and stay at ttie King 
farm because of Olivia's preg- 
nancy. (R) ac 1300 

• QDLETVAK281* 

(X) • MURDER. SHE WROTE 
Jessica comes to tfie aid of a 
promising young reporter wtien 
he Is suspected of murdering 
an unscrupukNJS rival magazine 
publisher. (R) (In Stsreq) K 



• MOVK ** "AHce de I'autre 
cole du miroir" (1967. Dessins 
animes) En tombant de I'autre 
cote du miroir, ARoe decouvre 
le monde fantastk^ie des 
echacs. 1SOOOS2 

• MEDICINE FILE Alternative 



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• PAIRE O'AS 42381* 

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• OHO S rW RI T ER WhHe an- 
swering an eccentric movie 
star's fan maH. Tina finds a 
ttireatening note. (R) (In Stereo) 
K 00001 

• ARK Next In Mne for possible 
cuttMcks at ttie Itogem Pum 
Zoo are some of tfia 1 .200 ani- 
mals afieNered at ttie "Ark In 
the Partt." (R) (Part 2 of 4) 

00O301O 

• UTTU HOUSE: A NEW 8E- 

• MAOAZBC OU BATEAU- 
MarEUR(R) 400001 

• TWBJQHT ZONE 003048 
% ALBBW T THE FTTH MU- 
SKITEIR Story of ANiart de 
Parmagnan. the true driving 
loroe behind ttie Musketeers. ■ 

7*4t13 

• BMSMASTERS BASS- 
MASTER 2Sth_ Arwiiversary 
Tournament In 
Arte. (In OU rao) 

• WORLD TODAY 41*74* 

• BI SEARCH OF Whether 
early Chri s ti a n * were among 
Vie Roman revelers at Pompeii; 
the giant atones in Atlantia. (R) 

00781* 

• A LA CLAIRE FONTAINE 
7(01* 

• MOVIE "One More Moun- 
tain" (1994. Drama) (Part 1 of 2) 
MaredNh Baxter. Owis Cooper. 
A pioneer woman and her com- 
paniona face iiness. starvation 
and death wtien snowstorms 
trap tfiem in tfie Sierra Neva- 
daa. 308204 

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• WCWMMN EVENT WRES- 
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7:10 
(9 OECOUVERTE Au pro- 
gramme: le role crudal que )oue 
le chauves-souris dans I'eco- 



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7:15 

• ARTHUR, UN GRAND PETIT 
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■ (L DOCTEUR OOOQIE 
Wanda fait la connaissance de 
Julie ftoss, la nouvelie amie de 
son pere. 4030 

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• GHOBTWRTTER One live 
ortd one dead rose are deliv- 
ered to Lana: tlie team's list of 
suapects grows. (R) (In Stereo) 

0027301 

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I9SP0RTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenement * sporitfs de la 
ioumee. (En direct) ■ SS42S1 

• TWNJOHT ZONE 501046 

• AFRICAN SMES Out for 
personal gain, a gang of revolu- 
ttonaries hokte tfie compound . 
hostage. (0 413213 

• REMOOELINQ « DECOR- 
ATING TODAY Working with 
veneer plaster. (R) (in Stereo) 
317048 

• OOOOWKJ. OAMES PREV- 
IEW (R) 184*07 

SiA O IM E Reportages, cftro- 
nk^ues. videodlps. entrevues. 
voila le menu que propose le 
magazine "Imagine" a la jeu- 
nesse franco-ontarienne. 1003* 

S.-00 
S 60 MINUTES Rebroadcasts: 
handling businesses that prey 
on the eMerty: a student's es- 
say about her German town 
during WWII; going to FkxWa to 
dedere bankruptcy. (In Stereo) 
■ 3231* 

• ® MOVIE *** "Country" 
(1904, Drama) Je*sk» Lange. 
Sam Sheperd. Threatenad with 
forectosure of hsr farm, an 
k>wa woman struggles to hoW 
onto her land and kaep her fa- 
mily together, ic 7*06 

• (£) LBS FRANCOPOUES DE 
MONTREAL En vedMte: Vero- 
nique Sanson, enreglatre au 
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CD (D • AMERICA'S FUNNI- 
EST N0(« VK)E06 A boy cele- 
bratea an "unhappy birthday"; 
a tourist in Hawaii gets an 
aquatk; surprise. (R) (In Stereo) 
K034O7 7O3* 

(9 I WITNESS VIDEO (In 
Stereo) (B 00000 

• SALLE DES NOUVDXES 



• MOVIE *** "WMhout Warn- 
ing: Tlie James Brady Story" 
(1991, Drama) Beau Bridges. 
Joan AMen. President Ronakt 
Reegen's press secretary 
figfits to recuperate from an as- 
saiant's buMet In this fact- 
based account, losio 

(9 SURPRISE BUR PRISE E 
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• NATIONAL aEOQRAPMC 
"Les Baka. habitanta da la fbret 

vierge" Mioux connus sous le 
nom do P ygmee i . ces semi- 
nomades habitant depuis des 
siedes I'AAIque equatoriale. 
34774 

• PAUL DANIELS' MAQK; 
HOUR (m stereo) trmri 

• LA VOH,E Grand Prix d Aus- 
traRe. 3ii30i 

• MOVK **** "The Lady 
Vaniohos" (1938. Mystery) 
Margarot Lockwood. iwUchael 
Redgrave. A young EngHsh- 
woman probes ttw dlsappear- 
anoe of a feOow train passenger 
In Alfred Hitchcock's spy clas- 
sic. 002008 

• NATIONAL GEOQRAPHK: 
EXPLOROI Europe's perform- 
ing beers: the tango in Buenos 
Aires; the U.S. Navy AirtMSS. OD 



• MOVIE *** "Pure Coun- 
try " (1992) George Strait. Les- 
ley Ann Wanren. An amiable 
country singer struggles to free 
himself of me hoNow trappings 
of commercial stardom. (In 
Stereo) PQ' ■1040471 

• MOVIE **V^ "Hog WHd " 
(1974. Oroma) John Ericson. 
Denver Pyle. After moving to an 
ktoho pig ranch, a family has 
financial dIfltauKies wtwn the 
fattier Is injured by an enraged 



sow. 001213 

• SHADETREE MECHANK: 
Assemble a NHFIA junior drags- 
ter. (R) (In Stereo) 010403 

• SP0RT8OESK m 412*23 

• ELVIS: THE EARLY YEARS 
400021 

• PINNACLE 425497 

• ANCIENT MYSTERIES Sir 
Cfiarles Fellows speartieaded 
tfie discoveries of 19 ancient ci- 
ties. (R) 810O3* 

■ TERRE D'ANIMAUX 1103* 

• ROAD TO AVONLEA A feud 
t>etween Jasper's family and 
ttie Kings ignites wtien Jasper's 
eccentric relatives visit Avoniea 
and stay at the King farm be- 
cause of Olivia's pregnancy. (R) 

■ 314*42 

6:30 
(£ QD • NEW AMERICA'S 
FUNNIEST PEOPLE The jackal- 
ope time-travela: a chimp sings 
"Working for a Living "; regtonal 
pranks. (R) (In Stereo) 50 00132 
2774 

• ON YOUR MARK A ceiebra- 
bon of the 1994 Commonwealth 
Games. 40(0720 

• COURSES O'AUTO Serie In- 
dyCar: Grand prix de Cleve- 
land. En provenance de Cleve- 
land, en Ohk>. (En differe) 
880700 

• NHRA TODAY (In Stereo) 
500010 

• TENNIS 43503* 

• SPOTUQNT Blue Rodeo 
(Part 2 of 2) 140310 

• SPORTS SUItOAY 800132 

• MONTAGNE Au pro- 
gramme: la deuxieme vie de la 
piste Ho Ctii Minh. sentier qui 
favorisa la victoire des troupes 
communistes pendant la geurre 
du Viet-Nam. *0774 

•KM 

■ MURDER. SHE WROTE Jes- 
sica comes to the aki of a prom- 
ising young reporter wfien tie is 
suspected of murdering an un- 
scrupukxjs rival magazine pub- 
Haher. (R) (in Stereo) Bi 40083 

■ (£ MOVIE **W "Funny 
Farni' (1968. Comedie) Chevy 
Chase, Madolyn Smith. Un cou- 
ple deckle de s'ectiapper des 
tentacules qua leur tend la vie 
urbaine et de s'installer a la 
campagne. 44510 

d) X) • LOI8 A CLARK: THE 
NEW ADVENTURES OF 8U- 
PERttUN Lois and Clari( work 
to uncover the truth befiind 
some strange disappearances 
ttiat lead to mystery, magic and 
a possible murder. (R) (in 
Stereo) ■121 2*4 toast 
(9 SEAOUEST DSV Crew 
member s must persuade trea- 
sure seeksr s to abandon their 
search wtien their lives are en- 
dangered by a votcank: erup- 
tton. (R) (In Stereo) ■ 032*4 

■ LES ETOILES DU CAPI- 
TOLE Des personnes lentent 
leur cfiance en accomplissam 
une performance artistk)ue 
pour se quaHller pour la grande 
finale de fin de saison. (R) 
412403 

(9 LES BEAUX DMMANCHES 
Una aerie de tableaux nous de- 
voOent les aleas de la vie de 
Mk:fiel Courtemanche. 82132 

• NATURE Land of the Ea- 
gle Life around Hudson Bay 
and oondMtons facing newcom- 
ers to ttie wiklemess. (R) (In 
Stereo) (Part 2 of S) ■ 43470 

• MOVIE **** "Les P«us 
beOes annees de notra vie " 
(1946. Drame) Fredric March. 
Dana Andrews. Trois soMats 
ont des diflteultes apres la 
guerre. 00672300 

• WrrNESS Space for Four ' 
An examinatton of ttie Can- 
adian Astronaut Program Itiat 
foitows more tfian 5.000 candi- 
dates through a grueling six- 
month elimination process to 
ctioose 20 finalists. (R) si 



The Northern Light, Wed., July 6. 1994 



• CHRONKXES OF NARNM 

The chiklren confront tfie fear- 
ful Queen of the Deep Reakn to 
break ttie enctiantment of the 
Silver Chair. (R) (Part 6 of 6) 

240042 

• INSIDE WINSTON CUP 
RACING (In Stereo) 201045 

• COMBAT DES CLIPS Vlew- 
ersvole on their favorite vMeo. 
302720 



I Bl 508107 
• SMITH80NIAN EXPEDI- 
TION 'Treehouee People, Can- 
nitMl Justk^e " Or. Paul Taytor 
studies ttie Korowal. an iso- 



lated tribe of New Guinea war- 
riors that still practices ritual 
cannibalism. 6**403 
S MOVIE *** "La Fenmie de 
I'epicier ' (1 991 , Orame) Andrea 
Rankin. Simon Webb. Sa mere 
entree a I'hopital. un homme re- 
cueMe une strlpteaseuse qui 
s'Installe et refuse de partir 

5504350 

9 MOVIE *** "Country" 
(1984, Drama) Jessica Lange, 
Sam Shepard. Threatened with 
forectosure of her farm, an 
Iowa woman struggles to hoM 
onto her land and keep her fa- 
mily together, m 40722* 
9:30 

• TODAY'S PARENT TELEVI- 
StOH Chiklren wtw attend Sa- 
turday school; a discussion of 
raising tilack chiklren in a race- 
consckxis society. (R) m 807030 

• MOVIE ***Vt "The African 
Uon " (1955, Documentary) Na- 
turalists Alfred and Ekna MM- 
otte s photographic study of 
ttie SerengeU's fiercest and 
most misunderstood predator. 
Bl 820497 

• RACEOAY (In Stereo) 55*22* 

10:00 
S MOVIE *** "In a ChiM's 
Name " (1991 , Drama) (Part 1 of 

2) Valerie Bertinelli, Mk:hael 
Ontkean. True story of a young 
woman's tMttle to «vin custody 
of her late sister's son from tier 
homKklal brottier-in-law's fa- 
mily. (In Stereo) bi i374* 

■ (S) SUNDAY REPORT ffi 
47120 

3) MOVIE **W "Night of the 
Hunter" (1991, Suspense) Ri 
chard Chamtwrlain, Diaru 
Scarwid. A conscienceless ex 
con poses as a preacher in or- 
der to locate the kx>t his late 
partner migfn have left with his 
wklow. (In Stereo) Bi 0423* 

(£ • MOVIE **Vi "Twice 
Shy" (1989. Mystery) Ian 
McShane. GeraMine FrtzgeraW. 
Based on ttie novel by Dick 
Francis. A freelance investiga- 
tor searcfies for an innovative 
tietbng system created by a 
professional gamtjier. (In 
Stereo) ■ ***7i 

(9 lOOVIE * "SuburtMn Com- 
mando" (1991, Comedy) HuN( 
Hogan. Ctiristopher Uoyd. An 
alien warrkx's earthly vacation 
is disrupted t>y tfie arrival of kv 
tergalactK bounty hunters out 
to kM him. (In Stereo) bi 3351* 
O MOVIE **« La Couleurde 
largent' (1986. Orame) Paul 
Newman, Tom Cruise. Un arv 
cien cfiampion de biHard de- 
couvre un jeune joueur tres 
doue et entreprend de I'entrai- 
ner assMument. 104301 

• NEWS ■1*0023 

(9 LES BEAUX DNMANCHES 
"Festival International de jazz 
de Montreal" Retrospective 
des 15 ans du Festival et fails 
saMants de cette annee. In- 
vites: HoNy Cole Trio. Joshua 
Redman, et John PizzareH. 
02510 , 

• GHOST TRAINS OF THE 
OLD WEST This took at the CM 
West's remaining steam- 
powered trains includes visits 
to Utah's OoMen Spike Na- 
ttonal Historic Site and the Co- 
torado RaMroad Museum. 4*005 

• STN ESTATE A profile of pri- 
vate investigators who help 
abualve huebanda track down 

(R) ■1*83222* 

TREASURES m 
040132 

• STAR SEARCH (R) (In 
Stereo) 074300 

• MOVM **H "Mattock: The 
Don" (19S6. Mystery) Andy 
Griffith. Jose Ferrer. Mattock 
defends s paroled crime boss 
wfio's tieen framed for the mur- 
der of ttie man «vtio put him be- 
hind bars. 001403 
S "Urt>an Cowboy " 8*7300 

• F18HIN' WITH ORLANDO 
WILSON (in Stereo) 73374* 

• VIOEOFLOW 702046 

• CNN PRESENTS Postal 
theft Involving 2.0O0 mail work- 
ers; kkls who drag race at 
Miami s Hoover Dam and coet 
ttie city large sums of money. 
(R) 80*2*4 

■ CIVIL DEFENSE: THE WAR 
AT HOME Paranoia and fear 
were rampant in ttie United 
States during ttie SOs and '60s. 



• BEYOND REALITY 

• KATTS A DOG 052 

m TRIATHLON INI 
BERCY 240403 

• FISHING WITH 
MARTIN (In Stereo) 74 

10-.4S 
LE MAGAZINE DU 
261*25*4 

11.-00 

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& LE TELEJOURI 
622*233 

• MASTERPIECE T 
"Jeeves A Wooster. II 
adaptatton of P.G. 
house's tales atxxjt i 
man and his impeccat 
Bertie's persuaded to { 
txitler in a play. (R) (Pa 

Bl 34056 

• FASHION RLE 
woman styles created I 
Lars and avam-gard< 
twear by Daniel Jasia 

1407120 

• PROFILES OF I 
321007 

9 NEWS B) 4223720 
S H0NEYM0ONER8 I 
LOST DEBUT EPfSOO 
"Cavatoade of Stars " a 
on whKh tfie "Honeym 
series was based that I 
aired since ttieir origi 
performances, m 56427 

• BASSMASTERS 
MASTER 25th Ann 
Tournament in Beave 
Ari(. (R) (In Stereo) 20*j 
■ WORLD NEWS 754( 

• POmOT 75003* 

• LA NUrr SUR L 
Forme de quatre mem 
la meme famWe, ce 
francopfione de la Sai 
wan a connu beauo 
succes au Canada et 
rope. *003* 

• SUNDAY REPORT a 

11«7 
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11:19 
B (9) AUTO RACINQ F 
mula One - British Qrai 
From Silverstone, E 
(Same-day Tape) 5i5i3i 

11:25 
(9 LES NOUVELLE 
SPORT 443*720 

11:21 
B VENTURE m 7**S*K 

11:30 
B MOVIE ** "A Mine 
de ' (1963, Drama) JoT 
ton. Peter Fox. A grouf 
pfians led by a devols< 
struggle to overcome | 
and evtotton from their 



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JULY 11, 1994 



DAYTIME MOVIES 



(MORNING 

5:00 

"L'Automn« sauvage" 
1459 

♦** "The Wrong Arm of the 
*t" (1963, Cornsdy) Peter 
Iters, Lionel Jeffries. English 
9ves unite with Scotland 
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'Beyond Suspicion 
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12K)0 

"Cod World " 5040362 

1:45 
"Last Action Hero 94946985 

2:00 
** "The Rescue" (1988, 
hnlnture) Kevin Dillon, Marc 
ce. The children of captured 
vy SEALS embark on a dar- 
I mission to rescue ttwir fath- 
> from a North Korean POW 
mp. (In Stereo) m 335966 
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MORNING 

5:30 
MAGAZINE OU BATEAU- 
>TEUR (R) 73«324 
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LES ARTISANS DE L'EX- 
LLENCE (R) 731411 
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6:30 
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competitions amicales entre 
IS personnalites du monde 
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7:30 
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letes aux Jeux olympiques 
d'hiver de Lillehammer. 59879 

• SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 
MONDE Equipes a determiner. 
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3:30 

• MOTORCYCLE RACINQ 
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4:30 
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Life: Finale feminine. En prove- 
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LENGE 634118 

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AFTERNOON 

14)0 
• GREAT musk: EXPERI- 
ENCE From the Great Hall of 
Todaiji Temple in Nara, Japan, 
this concert features Bob Dy- 
lan. Jon Bon Jovi. INXS, Joni 
Mitchell and a variety of addi- 
tk>nal talent. i6270i 

1:30 
(3) JEANNE D'ARC: LE POU- 
VOIR ET L'INNOCENCE Une 
jeune fille de Domremy, suivant 
le conseil des voix sumatu- 
relles, se conduit a Charles VII 
qu elle a mission de faire cou- 
ronner a Reims apres avoir de- 
livre Orleans des Anglais. (Par- 
tie 1 de 3) (Bi 230850 

EVENING 

6:00 
DONAHUE (In Stereo) K 
35053 

e (S) CBC NEWS 46430 
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Q0O08P0RTS 624701 
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JOIN mt Zack wins a role in 
a play as a skater. 72324 
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MOVIE "BeyoTKJ Suspicion " 
(1994) Stepfanie Kramer, Jack 
Scalia. A photoioumalist who 
witnessed a murder becomes 
embroiled in police corruption 
and an affair with a crooked 
cop. (In Stereo) NR' IBIS00088I6 

6:30 
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MICKEY MOUSE CLUB 
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Girts, m 987343 

AMERICAN GLADIATORS 
(B18M648 

DAILY R.S.V.P. 271633 
SHOWBIZ TODAY 628527 
EUREEKA'S CASTLE 88804 
FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR Will's glaring atwentaeism 
at school and around the house 
makes it hard to keep his new 
job a secret. (R) ■ 273081 



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PASSE-PARTOUT 85382 
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BLACK STALUON After having 
a heart attack, Henry warrts to 
quit trainir>g. (R) (In Stereo) Bl 
100646 

DEFI GOLF PLUS Une serie 
de competitkMis amicales entre 
trois personnalites du nnonde 
sportif. 889827 

SAVED BY THE BELL IB 
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falls In k>ve with a female ver- 
sion of himself, SmudgeNa, and 
steals a mirror from Anatoie to 
give to her (R) 281117 
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telling Jo after an oM girlfriend 
returns to inform him she has 
tested HIV positive (In Stereo) 

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LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
DE DISNEY "U fille de Dono- 
van" Une fiUette senfuit avec 
un aventurier sans savoir que 
celui-ci est son pere. (Partie 1 

de 2) 106275 

VIDEO « ARCADE TOP 10 
Host Gord Wolvett expkves the 
worid of video, leaturing head- 
to-head competitkxi. (In Stereo) 
Bl 815866 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En direct) Bl 534275 
DE8IQNINQ W09IEN K 
990469 

ALBERT THE FIFTH MU- 
SKETEER Story of AltMd de 
Parmagnan, the true driving 
force tMhirtd the Musketeers, bi 
983627 

CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 
337850 

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VIDEOPLOW 277817 
RUNAWAY BAY An emeraU 
mine is discovered on Madi- 
nina. 82188 

7:36 
ANDY GRIFFITH 1698862 

64)0 
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AIR B) 2237 

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FAUCON 38081 

CD ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
NIGHT Bl 85548 

a WHEEL OF FORTUNE Bl 
58885 

SONIA BENEZRA Magazine 
arbsk^ue. (R) 904886 
MOVIE **V4 "Steal the 
Sky"' (1988, Drama) Marial 
Hemingway, Ben Cross. Sed- 
uctkxi is only one of the wea- 
pons used by an Israeli agent 
on a missk)n to commandeer 
an Iraqi fighter plane. 36895 
O FRED 9 CIE L informatk)n 
sur des evenements de la 
scene artietk^ue. 49696 
NKMTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT S88S0 
ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE 



DARK? Young Dean Is trans- 

fomoed by a visit from a strange 

archaeotogist. (R) m 188988 

ROLLER HOCKEY Le 

Stampede de Buflato rencon- 

trent les Roadrunners de Morv 

treal. En provenance du ForiNTi 

de Montreal. (En direct) 188904 

NIGHT COURT S99in 

MOVIE "La OemoiseNe sau- 

vage " (1991) Pathcia Tulasne, 

Matthias Habk;h. An engineer 

discovers that the wounded 

woman he has been caring for 

all summer is wanted l>y the 

polk;e. (Sut>titied) NR' 393492 

RUSSIAN CtASSWS 3884S9 

mSlOE SPORTS B 908275 

FAX S31S27 

MONEYUNE 971121 

IN SEARCH OF The study of 

earthquakM, most notably 

tlKMO atong the San Andreas 

Fault. (R) S30071 

CHALLENGE JOURNAL 

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MAX QUCK B 539885 

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9875343 

8:30 
CURRENT AFFAIR IB 86459 
(S) BLOSSOM Bk>ssom 
writes a romartce rwvel to help 
defray the cost of college tui- 
tk>n. (R) IE 4072 

CD ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NKWT (In Stereo) (B 44053 
CD MODELS, INC. Despite 
Hillary's warnings. Sarah and 
Davkj can't keep tt>eir relatk>n- 
ship "business only' ; HiHary 
falls for Lt. Soto. (In Stereo) B3 

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(9 TAQUINONS LA PLANETEI 

Invite: Serge Laprade. 81430 

FLORIDA CROSSROADS 

Legislators, environn^entalists, 

planners and Disney offkMis 

discuss Disney WorkJs impact 

on FtorMa. 75905 

OMNI SCIENCE 80817 

LITTLE HOUSE ON THE 

PRAIRIE 624256 

JEFFERSONS b: 284904 

COUNTRY NEWS (In Stereo) 



MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BAU ALL-STAR GALA 699702 
SPOTUGHT Vk>lent 
Femmes. 543382 
CROSSFIRE 890256 
ARCHAEOLOGY New ar- 
ctiaeok}gk»l evidence sug- 
gests that ttw Israelites' con- 
quest of tfie Promised Land 
never actually happened. 42896 
NANNY B: 512492 

8:35 
SANFORD AND SON 
1858995 

94X) 
EVENING SHADE Frieda re- 
cruits Herman to help her quit 
smoking after she learns It may 
harm tier complexk>n. (R) (In 
Stereo) (B 80986 
(B) CBC PRIME TIME NEWS 
811895 

CD LES HERIDERS OU 
REVE Greg demande a Unda 
de venir habiter chez lui; Paige 
et Steve ecfiangent leur pre- 
mier baiser, tout comme Jason 
et JuNe. 23537 
CD DAY ONE B 10833 
(9 FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR (In Stereo) IB 31988 
MOVIE **Vi "Freres de 
sang" (1991, Drama) Bryan 
Brown, George Takei. En 1945, 
un avocat miWaire decouvre 
que la majorite des prisonniers 
de guerre austraNens etaient 
tortures a mort. 807072 
(9 MOVIE •* "Les RIpoux" 
(1964. Comedie) Philippe 
Noiret. Thierry Lhermitte. Un 
nouveau collegue integre de- 
vient une menace pour un in- 
specteur combinard qui pra- 
tique des methodes peu 
orthodoxe. m 53382 
NEW EXPLORERS Profiles 
a veterinarian, a genetKist and 
a reproductive phystotogist 
from the Center for New Oppor- 
tunities in Animal Health ScA 
ences at the Natk>nal Zoo In 
Washington. D.C. (In Stereo) m 
18237 

LA ROUTE DES VACANCCS 
62324 
BUSINESS WORLD IB 



1422053 

WHEN HARRY MET BASE- 

BAU Celebrates Chk»go 
Cubs tMsebaU announcer Harry 
(Cray's 50 years in txoadcast- 
ing. Hosted by Bob Costaa. 
324850 

MOVIE «*Vt "Summer 
Magk:" (1963, Musteal) Haytey 
MiMs, Burl Ives. Fkiandal rever- 
sals after their fattier's death 
force a 1910 Boaton family to 
move to cheaper quarters in 
Maine. Bi 359S46 
PHYLLIS GEORGE Inter- 
views with PresMent CNnton, 
Naomi Judd, and race car driv- 
ers Rk:hard and Kyle Petty. (R) 
(In Sleroo) 819888 
OREAT MUSIC EXPCRt- 
ENCe From the Great HMi of 
Todatii Tample in Nara. Japan, 
this concert features Bob Dy- 
lan. Jon Bon Jovi. INXS, Joni 
MItche* and a variety of addi- 
tional talent. (R) 788in 
PRIMCNEWS n 730099 
BKMRAPHY Christa 
McAuttfle" A proMe of Christa 
McAuUfle, the teacher who died 
in the Challenger exptoskn, in- 
ckjdlng the impact of the dtaas- 
ter on space exploratoa 436427 
VISTA Examines the crew 
members of STS-52 and their 
roles in the missksn. as weH as 
their personal lives. Bl 18375 
FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR IB 154537 

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0MOON SHOT imenriews and 
rare footage are irx;iuded in this 
retrospective of the first lunar 
landir>g, recognizing of the 2Sth 
anniversary of ttie fiistoric ev- 
ent. (Part 1 of 2) BI 4640904 

9:30 
DAVE'S WORLD The Banvs 
get an exorcist after a kx;al man 
reveals that a ghost is causing 
tfieir housetiokf problems. (R) 
(In Stereo) (E 47896 
CD EVENING SHADE Frieda 
recruits Herman to help her quit 
smoking after sf>e learns It may 
harm her complexkjn. (R) (In 
Stereo) m 83072 
(9 BLOSSOM Btossom virrites a 
romance novel to tielp defray 
the cost of college tuitton. (R) 
(In Stereo) m roisa 
L'ETE EN VILLE Magazine 
estival. 492S8 

PETRIE IN PRIME B 3359351 
0THEY MUST BE MAD Sok) 
row aaoss the Padfk:: slush- 
boarding: judo robot: camel 
rally: soccer funnies: woman 
welghtHfter. (R) B 736148 
0BLO8SOM Btossom viffites a 
romance novel to lielp defray 
the cost of coHege tuitton. (R) B 
222482 

10:00 
MURPHY BROWN Everyone 
Is on edge wtten Murphy, Peter 
ar>d Frank are nominated in the 
same category for the Hum- 
boldt Award. (R) (In Stereo) B 

27S4S 

00!) JUST FOR LAUGHS The 
Vacant Lot and their new ser- 
ies. B 28275 

CD MOVIE "Avant et apres 
Hiroshima " (19B8, Orame)(Par- 
tie 4 de 4) Brian Dennehy. Mi- 
chael Tucker. Une reoonstruc- 
tkxi des evenements qui se 
son! passes pertdant la fabrtea- 
tton de la premiere bombe ato- 
ntkyje. 28814 

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AWARDS From Los Angeles, 
legendary sports llguros gather 
for an awards ceremony honor- 
ing indMdual achievements in 
the world of sports. (In Stereo 
Live) a 89189 

CD IMVIE **Mr "Stood 
Sport" (1969. Mystery) Ian 
McShane. Patrtek Macnee. 
Freelance investigator Davk) 
Cleveland akls the British 
Jockey Club when a mlMton- 
aire's prized racefiorse van- 
ishes. (In Stereo) B 17482 
(9 MOVIE **Vt "For the Love 
of My Chikt: The Anissa Ayala 
Story" (1993, Drama) PriscHIa 
Lopez, Teresa Dispina. A leu- 
kemia patient's only hope lies 
with her parents' dectston to 
conceive a sit>Hng as a poasible 
bone-marrow donor. (In Stereo) 
B 28188 

NEWS IB 48430 
m ROUGH GUIDE (Season 



Premiere) Cirque de Soleil per- 
formers and wiklerness fanat- 
tos in Canada open the secorx) 
season of a series visiting unu- 
sual vacatton spots. (In Stereo) 
(Part 1 of 8) B 11324 
BEAU ET CHAUD 28296 
ROUGH QUK>E The reggae 
musk: of Bob Marley: mral 
thieves who steal wttoie fleMs 
of crops: hagglers in Montego 
Bay; a tour around NegrH. (R) b 



TENNIS Intemattonaux Sun 

Life: Finale maacuiine. (En dif- 

fere)4244S9 

"Weekend at Bemie's H" 

9184^ 

MUSIC CITV TONM»fT 

Scheduled: Marty Stuart, TIsh 
Hmo^oea. (In Slareo) 9i9tS7 



LARRY KWQ LIVE (Live 
Phone-in) B 899678 
SHERLOCK HOLMES MJirS- 
TERIES 'The Crooked Man 
Hoknes must resolve a scandal 
ttiat rocks an army regiment 
when a respected cotonei is 
kMed artd his wife is accused of 
the murder. Stars Jeremy Brett. 
OavW Burke. (R) 295804 
RUTH RENDEU MYSTER- 
IES "The Best Man to Die' 
Maurk» CuKam Hes in a coma 
and Wexford and Burden try 
find out ttw klentity of tfie 
wontan In tt>e Fansfiawe car 
crash. (Part 3 of 3) B 11963 
CBC PRIME TMHE NEWS IB 
981189 

10:30 
LOVE A WAR After Jack 
writes an artk:ie critk;izing his 
paper, he is assigned to cover a 
department store ck>sing. (R) 
(In Stereo) B 28988 
(E MOM P.I. SaNy and Ber- 
nie set out to discover If Vic Ste- 
phens really needs the neck 
brace he la wearing. (R) B 48445 

114)0 
NORTHERN EXPOSURE 
Personal secrets are revealed 
when tf)e northern lights cause 
the citizens of Ck»ly to experi- 
ence each ottiers' dreams. (R) 
(In Stereo) B 12188 
(S) NORTHWOOO Sheona 
causes a community scandal 
wfien she produces a play 
about teen-age sexuality. (R) Bl 



(D LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Competttton cycliste qui rounit 
les meilleurs athletes de cetta 
discipline. 87337 
LE QRANO JOURNAL Ol 
155131 

KATTS 8 DOG 81445 
(9 LE TELEJOURNAL Bl 
9623445 

GREAT OEPRCSSKm This 
sevon-fiour miniseries from 
filmmaker Henry Hampton 
opens with a profile of automo- 
tive legend Henry Ford. (In 
Stereo) (Part 1 of 7) 889874 
RACINES Les Blanc harce- 
lafit et terrorfsent la famiHe de 
Tom qui travaWe a la plantatton 



CD CENT AN8 DE JAZZ Hurt 
tableaux retracant cheque 
etape de I'etonnant peripie de 
la musk^ue jazz et des person- 
nages legeridaires. (Partie 6 de 
8)87121 

SPORTS PLUS w 390492 
0MOVIE ** "Deadly Pursuit " 
(1965. Drama) Doug Stone. 
Russell Ferrier. The tone survi- 
vor of a fatal shelling error dur- 
ing the Vietnam War seeks re- 
vertge against ttie men 
reaporaible. 909343 

BBC womj) 8ervk:e- 

ACROSS CANADA m 3233833 
ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STALUON Caihehne 
learns what it is like to race. (R) 
(In Stereo) B 961904 
DREAM ON 928093 
CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 
188914 

mm PJ. Sally and Bemie 
set out to discover if Vk Ste- 
phens really needs tfie neck 
brace he is wearirtg. (R) b 



NATKMAL B 1434898 
SUPER DAVE OSBORNE BI 
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QEOROe STEVENS: D-DAY 
TO BERLIN A doctNnontary 
comprised of the Academy 
Award-winning INmmaker's 
coverage of the final montfis of 
World War II in Europe. (R) 
S78411 

BA S EBAa 81SS27 
WORLD NEWS 31 7(95 . 
LOVEJOY MYSTERIES 
235081 

IM PR INT Scheduled: Inter- 
views with comedian Sandra 
Shames and novelist Ven Be- 
gamudre (R) iHi 41701 
JUST FOR LAUGHS The Va- 
cant Lot and their new series. Bl 

118072 

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MOON SHOT Interviews and 
rare footage are irtciudad in tfiis 
retrospective of the first hjnar 
landing, racogrilzing of tfie 25th 
anniversary of ttie histork: ev- 
ent. (R) (Part 1 of 2)B8O0SO73 

11:25 
O LE POINT B 4406483 

11:30 
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CD CTV NEWS IB 44763 
SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 
(Ugne ouverte directs) 575251 
ARE YOU BEING SERVED? 
96015 

LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 
38837 

NATIONAL B 34S6809 
CATWALK The Thanksgiv- 
ing hokday finds Johnny havir)g 
troubto composing. Sierra not 
heving the money to go home, 
and Jesse haunted by family 
menKXies. (R) (In Stereo) B 
139473 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En direct) B 223947 
NIGHT COURT 658251 
"Excessive Force" 394900 
BURNS AND ALLEN 681947 
SPORTS TONKMfT 306193 
TIME MACHINE Jack Per- 
kins surveys dassk: Amertoan 
automot)iles: a higfv-prtoed car 
auctton. (R) 303170 
CANADIAN FILM CENTRE 
SHOWCASE Devastated by 
romarxM, three novices are ad- 
mitted into a tove dinic to sam- 
ple the cure. 838316 
NORTHWOOO Sheena 
causes a community scandal 
wfien she produces a play 
about teen-age sexuality. (R) B 

944387 

12:25 

O FRED 8 CIE Linformatton 
sur des evenements de la 
scene arti8tk)ue. (R) 4671744 

12:30 
(H) MOVIE *** "Shall We 
Dance" (1937. Musk:al) Fred 
Astaire. Ginger Rogers. A fa- 
mous baDet dancer and a leed- 
ing revue artist, wtKXti tfie 
world believes are married, are 
kxced to make tt a reality. 
83393218 

CD NEWS B 15793 
WAITING FOR GOD 86015 
L'ETE EN VILLE Magazine 
estival. (R) 71947 
BBC WORLD SERVICE- 
ACROSS CANADA m 5149193 
LE MONOe DU SPORT (R) B 
689783 

EMERGENCY CALL Ofll- 
cers serve a search warrant on 
a crack fiouse: a teen-ager 
shoots a 5-year-oW: a drug 
rakl: an infant deHvered at 
home by his father. (R) b 860588 
MOVIE *** "The KM From 
Spain " (1932. Comedy) Eddie 
Cantor, Robert Young. While 
dodgtog the Mextoan poUce for 
a crime he dkln"t commit, a hap- 
less Amertoan tourist masquer- 
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YOUR HOROSCOPE 



ARIES (March 21 to 
April 19) Unexpected busi- 
ness developments may 
upset your schedule but the 
week fnvors making impor- 
tant domestic and financial 
decisions. Travel will soon 
be on your agenda. You 
may be disappointed in a 
friend. Try not to overspend 
when having good times. 

TAURUS (April 20 to 
May 20) The early part of 
the week brings mixed sig- 
nals. However, you have 
the valued support of a 
partner or other close tie 
this week. Financial 
prospects will improve in 
the coming months. How- 
ever, keep budgets in mind. 

GEMINI (May 21 to 
June 20) Care is needed in 
monetary transactions. In 
business, you're efficient 
and astute. A cycle that 
favors your romantic inter- 
ests begins this week. You 
may resent someone s ad- 
vice artd then you'll realize 
il makes a lot of sense. 

CANCER (June 21 to 
July 22) r,>coming job 
developments will be to 
your liking. Others may be 
unclear or evasive as the 
week begins but clarifica- 
tions nre reached later. 
Your personality is a factor 
in the week's business suc- 
cesses. 

LEO (July 23 to August 
22) It's hard to get in gear 
early in the week but con- 
centration improves later. 
You'll hove success with a 
mental project. Your love 
life will pick up dramatical- 
ly in the coming months. 
Avoid overdoing it while 
socializing this weekend. 

VIRGO (August 23 to 
September 22) Family life 
and home entertaining are 
highlighted in the coming 
months. A romantic ques- 
tion may puzzle you. Talks 
with friends are illuminat- 
ing and meaningful. A 
work project proves time- 
consuming and difficult but 
if you persevere, you'll be 
suc cggf ul. 

UMA (September 23 to 
Odober 22) OiMi and ends 
at home need handlmg this 
week. It's a good time for 
career discussions and 
business interests. An up- 
coming trip will be a lot of 



fun. Extra expenses may 
arise in connection with 
children but you'll be up to 
the challenge. 

SCORPIO (October 23 
to November 21) A mix-up 
in communications is likely 
early in the week. Later 
talks with advisers go well. 
The coming months will 
bring new moneymaking 
opportunities. A family 
member doesn't see eye to 
eye with you this weekend 
but be patient. 

SAGITTARIUS 
(November 22 to Decem- 
ber 2 1 ) A cycle of increased 
popularity begihi this 
week. Further investigation 
will give you the answers 
you need about a financial 
proposition or investtnent. 
A tendency to worry too 
much needs watching. 

CAPRICORN (Decem- 
ber 22 to January 19) In- 
creased privacy in the 
coming months abets 
romance and artistic 
achievement. Try not to be 
abrupt early in the week. A 
money concern could cause 
tension between you and a 
friend. Pleasure comes 
through quiet times this 
weekend. 

AQUARIUS (Januaiy 20 
to February 18) Early disor- 
ganization this week will be 
followed by clear thinking, 
especially where business 
interests are concerned. An 
active social period begins 
for you. Don't be overly 
cautious when it comes to 
trusting people. 

PISCES (February 19 to 
March 20) A friend is hard 
to pin down. Talks with 
agents and advisers bring 
happy results. Business and 
pleasure combine to your 
advantage In the coming 
months. A social connec- 
tion will prove very helpful 
to you in this regard. 

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13 Created 

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15 Caboodle's 
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56 Halo 

57 Funny Meara 

58 Edge 

59 Trunk drawer 

60 Peruse 

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33 Young boy 

34 Greenhorns 

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TUESDAY 



JULY 12, 1994 

DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

**V4 The Face of Tres- 
is" (1987. Suspense) Ste- 
in Dillon, Amanda Donohoe. 

English novelist beconrtes 
angled in a vveb of murder 
i deceit when he falls in love 
fi a mysterious beauty. 
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10:45 
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ck. An artist helps the ace re- 
rter chase a Nazi scientist 
ough ttie jungle after he's 
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rkj. (In Stereo) m •44S41 

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5:30 

• CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 
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DAYTIME SPECIALS 



MORNINO 
5.-00 

• GREAT MUSIC EXPERI- 
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Todaiji Temple in Nara. Japan, 
this concert features Bob Dy- 
lan. Jon Bon Jovi. INXS. Joni 
MitctieH and a variety of addi- 
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AFTERNOON 

1:30 
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quiert apres un k)ng siege; EHe 
ouvre ainsi la route de Reims a 
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• l KNOW A SECRET A young 
girl is upset after hearing a se- 
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truth. (R) 451473 

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• PUNTSTONES 4S2S^« 

■ MOVIE **V^ -Jaws 2" 
(1978) Roy ScheMer. Lorraine 
Gary. Another man-eating great 
wtMe shark resurfaces am the 
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• MICKEY MOUSE CLUB 
"Quest Day" with actor Bran- 
don CaN. B44««M 

• DAILY R.S.V.P. 741*47 
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• EUREEKA'S CASTLE SSSOS 

• FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
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vals wtien tfiey take cdtege 
entrance exams. (R) B 743305 

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Dk:k SchofleW and CHo Gaston, 
manager of the AN-Star team 
are interviewed. (R) B ••35<0 

• SAVED BY THE BELL K 
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and persuades Mm to believe 
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the entire swamp. (R) ntmn 

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benefil a baby most during ttie 
first eight weeks of pregnancy. 

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■ (X) SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
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to Hollywood on a class trip 

leaving a dejected D.J. to go on 

a difficult mountain dimb. (R) (In 

Stereo) B 3*47 

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down tfie top musK vkieo hits. 
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t>y parents wtio only want male 
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woman killed in 1934; an ex- 
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Crumb?" with John Candy or 
"Opportunity Knocks" with 
Dana Carvey. 40iis 
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sur des evenements da la 
scene arttstk}ue. 21744 

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Cette semaine: au Bas St- 
Laursnt. (R) 342251 

• MQHT COURT 722473 

• MOVIE **• "Mr. Saturday 
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DavU Paymar. BiNy Crystal's 
acclaimed account of Actionat 
stand-up comic Buddy Young's 
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ing whether undiscovered Nazi 
loot exists; a team of peychics 
k)cat*s prevtousiy unknown 
shipwrscks. (R)a*7*47 

• LOOK S COOK Fattudne 
with tomato and basN; curly 
pasta salad with coriander 
pesto; pasta roulade with red 
pepper sauce. 3S55* 

• OUR STORIES A profile of 
Uia Fahlman, Muslim activist 
and mother, a 2S0S1* 

%d06 

• ANDY GRIFFITH •*4201S 

0:30 

• CURRENT AFFAIR a 37270 
(E ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
MOHT On Stereo) OB 174S4 

(9 JEOPARDYI a 17541 
(9 MR. BEAN Mr. Be«i va a la 
pisdne et plus tard casse la 
croule sur un t>anc de pare. 
1*021 

• GREAT LAKES OUTDOORS 

• POUSSE-POUSSE Les roles 
et limites de la discipline et I'im- 
portance accordee a I'apprerv 
tissage de I'autodisdpline dans 
le developpement de I'enfant. a 

4S«2^ 

• HOME TO ROOST Henry 
took* for a new maid. (R)«««>is 

• OCPI GOLF PLUS Une serie 

de competitions amicales entre 
trois personnaNtes du monde 
•portif . (R) S513S^ 

• JEFFERSONS B 701 9S0 

• MOVIE ** "The Curse of 
the Viking Grave " (1991, Ad- 
venture) (Part 2 of 4) Nk:holas 
ShieWs, Evan TIesIa Adams. 
Two teens face a murderous 
ardiaeotogist and a vengeful 
spirit wtien tfiey discover an an- 
cient Nordk: tomb. (In Stereo) a 
73S^7« 

• COUNTRY NEWS (In Stereo) 
samt 

• SNOOKER *4*034 

• SPOTUGHT Marty Stuart. 
•301** 

• CROSSFIRE 463270 

• 39 WEEKS AND COUNTING 
Week* 21 to 24 bring a strong 
emphasis on seif-image. a 



• HEALTH SHOW What will 
benefit a baby most during the 
first eight weeks of pregnancy. 
(R) a i**^6^ 

0:35 

• SANFORO AND SON 
1S2S567 

•M 

• RESCUE 911 A man is dis- 
coverad insMe a burning truck; 
a gunman holda restaurant em- 
pk>yees hostage; a dog res- 
cues a 3-year-oM twy; an acci- 
dent vk:tkn. (R) (In Starao) a 



• CROQUE-MAOAME Invitee: 
MitSOU. (R) 383*47 

• DIAL-A-MOVIE Viewers 



• (B) CBC PRIME 11ME NEWS 

a 1*0* 

• (£) MOVIE ** -Un ange de 
trop" (1989, Comedie) Bob 
Hosklns, Oenzel Washington. 
Un fNc radste et bourru se volt 
greffer a son insu le coeur d'un 
avocat noir a qui il en voulait. 
••so* 

GD FULL HOUSE Steve goes to 
Hollywood on a dass trip leav- 
ing a dejected D.J. to go on a 
difhcult mountain cNmb. (R) (In 
Stereo) a 5330s 
(E • (9 MAJOR LEAGUE 
BASEBALL AH-Star Game 
From Three Rivers Stadium in 



Pittsburgh. (Live) a 570108 
113018 

• MOVIE ** "Ls Coup de ver- 
ite " (1967, Orame) Jim Youngs. 
Pele. Un jaune homme fortune 
risque sa carriers comma 
jouaur de soccer torsqu'il se 
rend au BresH. aM03i 

9 MOVIE ***Vk "My Left 
Foot L'Histoirs de Christy 
Brown" (1969, Orame) Daniel 
Day Lewis, Brsnda Frickar. 
L'Mstoire de Christy Brown, 
peintre et ecrtvain irtandaia. 

2«7S3 

• NOVA U.$. lederal investi- 
gators search tar tha causa of a 
mystsrious jsUlnar crash in 
Panama. (R)a$3a*^ 

•la ROUTE DES VACANCES 
71703 

• BUSINESS WORLD B 
14«0725 

• DOG HOUSE Digby suffers 
from amnesia and thinks he is a 
dog. (R) (In Starso) B M0622 

• LE BASEBALL Ls Match 
daa atoies. Las etoHes de la 
Ligue Nattonale affrontent 
ceHes de la Ligue Americaine. 
En provenance de Three Rivers 
Stadkjm a Pittsburgh, an Pann- 
sylvanis. (En direct) 63ani 

• MOVIE *** "Stir Crazy- 
(1980, Comedy) Gene Wilder, 
Rk:hard Pryor. Two unkicfcy 
New Yorkers, sentenced to ife 
in prison for a rdbb&ry tfiey 
dkln't commit, ptot ttieir es- 
cape. 501454 

• PARTY ALL NITE CON- 
CERT Jon Secada, P.M. Dawn 
and Shai perform at the Magk: 
Kingdom lor mors than 1(X),000 
graduating higfi-school serv 
k>rs. (R) (In Stereo) a 5132** 

• FUNNY BUSINESS X Charlie 
Chase plays • practical Joke on 
country music star KaiMiy Ro- 
gers. (R) (In Stereo) tneao 

• SOUL N4 THE CITY 386*2a 

• PRIMENEWS B 862015 

• BKXMAPHY "Wright Broth- 
ers" Aviation pioneers the 
Wright brothers are proMed. 
•47153 

• FRAGILE NATURE ••464 
•WITNESS "Let Her Die" The 
practk:e of female InfantkMe in 
India where ttxxisands of in- 
fants are killed each year by 
parents wtio only want male 
chiMren. (R) a 3S*3** 

• MOVIE **W "Hang Em 
High" (1968, Western) Dint 
Eastwood, Inger Stevens. A 
man carries out his own agenda 
for justkse after a judge encour- 
ages film to round up ttie men 
who tried to lynch him. 451757* 

GD SISTER, SISTER Tamera 
gets a first date tor the school 

dance but TIa seems to be left 
out in the cok). (R) (In Stereo) a 



• LTTE EN VILLE Magazine 
estival. 16473 

• PET1WE IN PRIME a 41535*3 

• TODAYS PARENT TELEVI- 
SION Making one's horns safe 
from chemical hazards; hetping 
young boys become good tattl- 
ers: the changing role of father- 
hood. (R) B •101^4 

• DARTS ••7ai2 

10:00 

• MOVIE *** "ki a CWWs 
Name " (1991 . Drama) (Part 2 of 
2) Valerie Bertinaai, Mtehael 
Onlkaan. Whan Kan is con- 
viclsd ol murdering his wHa, the 
Me woman's sister takes slaps 
to win custody of her Mant ne- 
phew. (In Stereo) a •••67 

• (S) AORIENNE CLARKSON 
PRESENTS A proWo of Can- 
adian oomk: Martin Short fee- 
turing feHow "SCTV" veteran 
Eugene Levy and "GodspaN" 
co-star Jayne Eastwood; s pro- 
file of Toronto4x)m rapper 
Snow. (R)a406^ 

tE ROSEANNE Rosesnne has 
a ctose encounter of a different 
kind when she goes to a gay 
bar with Nancy. (R) (In Stereo) 
BS52*9 

• NEWS a 11*31 

• SEAPOWER: A GLOBAL 
JOURNEY The evohjtton of na- 
val force and the role navies 
play In the present geopolitical 
environment, Induding rare 
footage of U.S., British and 



Russian vessels. (In Stereo) 
(Part 2 of 6) B ••1*3 

• BEAU ET CHAUD tlOiS 

• MWSINQ TREASURES B 
•N012 

• "QuHty as Sin " isas4i 

• MOVK **Vt "It's a Date 
(1940, Musk:al) Deanna DurtMn, 
Kay Francis. The daughter of a 
Broadway musicsl star winds 
up vying with her mother for the 
samsrols. itsom 

• MUSIC CITY TOfMGHT (In 
Stereo) 4SS641 

• VSMEOFLOW 520015 

• LARRY KINO LIVE (LhM 
Phone-in) a 55si02 

• MOVIE "Last Seen Wear- 
ing" (1968. Mystery) John 
Thaw, Kevin Whatlay. Inspector 
Morse uncovers davkMis 
doings at a twarding school 
from wtiich a young girt dtoap- 
peared six montti* earlier. 

•1127* 

• MA8TERMNO Quizmaster 
Magnus Magnusson. 55541 

• CSC PRHME TIME NEWS a 
351473 

10:30 
(E COACH Haydsn sets out to 
disoourags ChhsHna from ever 
accepting anotiar invitation to 
go fishing. (R) (In Stsrso) a 

74*47 

• MANIAC MANSKM Tma 
turns into a snob to join an elite 
cHque at school. (R) (In Sttrao) 
■ •O W* 

• BOXING a 3006S7 

• ARCHAEOLOGY B 72S«* 

IIJO 

• (S) EAR TO THE GROUND A 
proWe of folk singer Bob Sni- 
der. (R) B •••* 

• (E LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Competitton cydiste qui rsunit 
les meiHeurs athletes de cette 
discipline. **3*6 

(E NVPD BLUE A material wit- 
ness fears she's the next target 
of a hit man wfio WHed her boy- 
friend: Laura is mortified wtien 
John meets har new beau. Dr. 
Danny Schragar. (R) (In Stereo) 
(Parental Otscrslton) a taNO 

• LE GRAND JOURNAL B 
•••783 

• KATT8 ft DOG 70096 

(9 LE TELEJOURNAL V 
3^2^^57 

• MOVIE *** "The Heart of 
the Matter" (1994, Documen- 
tary) A woman's struggle with 
AIDS is detailed from diagnosis 
to death in tfiis Sundance Film 
Festival award winner, m (i763 

• RAONES dQeorge sauve 
la vis de Tom Harvey: Chicken 
(Seorge revient chercher sa 
famine pour la demenager au 
Tennessee. 63367 

• NATIONAL B 14*4270 

• SUPER DAVE OSBORNE a 
2723*7 

• NEW8a^S1*21 

• WORLD NEWS 77KH1 

• TEEN REBEiyTEEN MOM 
Four teen-age moOwrs wfio 
ware prevtousiy abuaed revaal 
how nrwthertiood gave tfiem a 
sense of identity and may even 
have saved their lives. •0522 

• AORIENNE CLARKSON 
PRESENTS A profile of Can- 
adian comic Martin Short fea- 
turing feMow "SCTV" veteran 
Eugene Levy and "GodapeH" 
oo-siar Jayna Eastvitood; a pro- 
Ma of Toronto-tom rapper 
Snow. (R) a 347306 

11M 

• MOVIE *** "High Plains 
Driflsr" (1973, Wsstem) CInt 
Eastwood. Vama Btoom. A 
na m sia * * stranger raMes ttie 
cowardly resUsnts of a West- 
em town to cheNenge ttie ruth- 
less gang terrorizing ttiem. 



e8k:k 17-year-old nerd stops at 
nottung In his ot>sessive pursuit 
of the most popular giri in 
schod. 4*^*47 

• BBC WORLD SERVKE- 
ACR08S CANADA a S20S306 

• ADVENTURES OP THE 
BLACK STALUON Alec leaves 
the road to be wtth BeNe wtien 
she is chemically blinded. (R) (In 
Stereo) a 424SIS 

• CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 
•2et3^ 

11:86 
(9 LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT/METEO •434270 

12:00 

• CE (9 NEWS •664077 1MIS431 



• (S) MUNSTERS 22055 

• (E LE TVA/SP0RT8 B 
•2*3110 

(D • CTV NEWS a 73*54 

• SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 
(Ugne ouvarte directo) 101023 

• ARE YOU BEING SERVED? 



) LA ROUTE 0E8 VACANCES 



• NATKN«AL a 33424*1 

• CATWALK Jesses oM gMf- 

riend threatens his relattor»hip 
with Mary. (R) (In Stereo) a 
•i^on 

• MQHT COURT 157436 

• "Just Anottier Giri on ttie 
I.R.T " •7*713* 

• BURNS AND ALLEN 142603 

• SPORTSOESK a 4179*4 

• PAX 94*313 

• SPORTS TOMQHT **0077 

• TIME MACMNE The mys- 
tery and history bshind ttie New 
York City su bways. (R) 4is*36 

• SO WEEKS AND COUNTING 

flecord of a home birth. 211110 

• EAR TO THE GROUND A 
profile of folk thiger Bob Sni- 
der. (R) a 941771 

12:26 
O FRED S CIE L'mformatton 
sur des evenements de la 
scene arbstk^ue. (R) 4*4*41* 

12:30 

• (9) MOVIE «*% "Ktondike 
Annie" (1936. Drama) Mae 
West Vkior McLaglsn. A Sen 
Frandsco sakwn singer poses 
as an Alaskan misskinary after 
sfie flees the Barbary Coast on 
murder charges. 6455*66 

OD • NEWS B 71*74 

• YOU'RE ONLY YOUNG 
TWKX6622* 

• L'ETB EN VILLE Magazine 
estival. 3706* 

• BBC WORLD SERVK:E- 
ACROSS CANADA a 6043*65 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En dired) a *6746* 

• PRIME SUSPECT Man 
wanted for shooOng hi* co- 
worker and the oo-worker's 
brottier man who allegedly 
killed his girtfriend. (R) (In 
Stereo) 42*436 

• MOVNE ** -Lady in ttie 
Lake " (1947. Mystery) Robert 
Montgomery. Leon Ames Pri- 
vate investigator Philip Matf- 
k>we becomes involved witti 
murder, graft and Mfomen whHe 
working on a case. 320S7^^ 

• COUNTRY NEWS (R) (In 
^areo) is«3i3 

SPOTUGHT Marty Stuart. 



• MONEYUNE (R) 1«1*n 

• WASTE NOT (R)^ao*« 

• WKRP IN CINCINNATI a 



11:26 
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11:30 
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12:36 

• LATE SHOW (In Stereo) a 
13*00*74 

QDNNIMTUNE a 27773*4 

(9 TOMQHT SHOW (In Stereo) 

a •24*656 

12:60 

• CE LA QUOnOMENNE/ 
BANCO 66666313 

12:66 
CE LA VK AU QUEBEC (R) 



• CE CENT ANS DE JAZZ Huit 
tableaux relracant dtaque 
etape de I'elonnant periple de 
la muskyje jszz et des person- 
nages legendalres. (Partie 7 de 
8)3*270 

B 8f*ORT8 PLUS a 17*454 

• MOVIE ** "Mischief" 
(1985. Comedy) Doug McKeon. 
Cattierine Mary Stewari. A tov- 



(9 MOVIE **^ "Erreur de )eu- 
nesse" (1989, Drame) Francis 
Frappant, Muni. Sur le meme 
paNer d'un immeuble parisisn 
vivent trds personnages a dif- 
ferents caracteres. a 72*54023 
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DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

5H)0 

S *** "The Nanny" (1965. 
Suspense) Bette Davis, Wendy 
Craig. A disturbed child and his 
nanny resent each other for 
their responsibility in the death 
of the boy's sister, wnei 
S ***V4 "The Stranger" 
(1946, Suspense) Orson 
Welles, Loretta Young. Orson 
Welles' account of the hunt for 
a Nazi war criminal wf>o has as- 
sumed the identity of a profes- 
sor. 323B97 

S:15 
9 "Caught in the Act' 39045042 

9 "Flight From Justice' 

8S14077 

8:45 

9 "Moniing Qlory" 27342329 

1(h30 
9 "LadykHler " 322313 

AFTERNOON 

12KM 

9 "Pretty in PMc" sos47oe 

1:30 
O ** "Princa VaMant " (1954, 
Drame) Jamas Mason, Janet 
Leigh. En ArMlaterre. a I'a- 
poque du Roi Arthur, un jeune 
prinoo VHdng assaie d'etre pro- 
dame chevaHar. 2940M 

1:45 
9 "Airplane! " 237ios8 

9 ** "The Ugly Dachshund" 
(1906, Comedy) Dean Jonas, 
Suzanne Pleshetta. Nawtywad 
dog fancier* contand with their 
Great Dana's identity crisis af- 
ter raising ttie giant with a litter 
of dachshunds, m 128713a 

3:15 
9 "Oiggstown" ••020400 

5:00 
9 "Captain America " 2174771 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



9 IMS BRITISH OPEN QOLF 

HMMUGHTS l«9^l* 

9 SPORTS LATEMQHT (R) 



7Mt 
9 PLONQEE QUEBEC (R) 
17»1^ 

9 •PONTSOESK ■ imm 

7:30 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaiMe 
des evenemenis sportifs da la 
Joumaa. (R) Bi ••M40 

•M 
9 SPORTS 30 Rasunte detaUte 
des evenemants aportlfs de la 
joumee. (R) m 72i3e4 

9 SPORTSOeSK HI •22^3^ 



9 SPORTS 30 Raaunrte dataiHe 
des avartemen ts aportlfs de la 
joumaa. (R) ■ ;••••• 



9 SPORTS 30 Ra«jn>e detaiUe 
des evanamantt aportlfs de la 
ioumee. (R)lB'ai7i4S 
9 SPORTSOESK B •ia7^7 

•M 
9 mSlOE SPORTS B •44«t0 

10M 
9 LE SA8EBALL Le Match 
des aloilea. Las etoHes de la 
Ligue Nationale affrontent 
ceHes de la Ligua Americalna. 
En provananoa de Three River* 
Stadium a Pittsburgh, en Penrv 
sylvania. (R) n%tt» 
9 RiCK SMITN SIGNATURE 
8ERCS OOLP 4S«»«2 

10:30 
9 WNITIREAD ROUND THE 
WORLD RAGE ~ FIRST LEG 
HKMUQHTS •347T1 

11:00 
9 CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 
21^22« 

AFTERNOON 

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9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaiNe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) Bi 1S4C90 



9 SPORTSOESK m 265232 

1:30 
9 BURNT TOAST •54077 

2.-00 
9 COURSES D' AUTO Serie In- 
dyCar: QrarKJ prix de Cleve- 
land. En provenance de Cleve- 
land, en Ohio. (R) isosos 
9 DARTS 457771 

3:00 
9 3) SOUVENIRS OLVM- 
PIOUE8 LILLEHAMMER Les 
exploits des plus grands ath- 
letes aux Jeux olympiques 
d'Nver de LHIehammer. 24139 
9 SNOOKER 211771 

4:00 
9 HANDBALL Tournoi de 
Paris: Allemagne vs. Japon. (R) 
451 503 

9 WORLD WRESTLING FEO- 
ERATKM WRESTLING 303706 

5«) 
9 SOCCER: LA COUPE OU 
MONDE Equipes a determiner. 
(En direct) lis«74 

9 WORLD CUP SOCCER 

919410 

DAYTIME SPEaALS 



AFTERNOON 

3:3s 

9 ICC PRINCESS The Ic* Prifv 
ceas helps the townspeople of 
Big Fork wtien a huge ava- 
lanche threatens their town. (R) 
(In Stereo) •2ia74 

EvcNma 

9 DONAHUE (In Stereo) IE 
11941 

9(B)cacNEWss7iio 

9 (D SLA. BLA. BLA Maga- 
zine cultural at de societe. 4*400 

GD O NEWS 04313 78413 
D 9 NEWS K 7077 
9 LE ORANO JOURNAL K 
30113O 

9 SUPERMARKET SWEEP 
27M1 

(9CE80IR2932* 
9BAO( TO BACK Hosts: Ger- 
ald Smith of WTVS and Mike 
Winiberly of the Michigan 
Chronicle. •ia^7 
9REMI5<70« 
9 THIS DAY K 773»34« 
9 lATMAN 779110 
9 njNTSTONES 925503 
9 KIDS INCORPORATED 
•47771 

9 MUCHWEST 204««1 
9 EARLYPRNNE K ••••SS 

9 POUCE STORY aacm 
9 JOm Hff Jacob helps 
Zacks's friend with a costume. 

30304 

9 FABIILY MATTERS B 213S1« 

0:05 
9 SAVED BY THE BELL B 
47ai042 

0:30 
(D • FULL HOUSE OB •329 
9 FAMILY FEUD 4S313 
® U COUR EN DIRECT 304S1 
9 LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 

9 BBC WORLD SERVKE B 



9 IMQHTY MORPMN POWER 

RANGERS B ••••90 

9 SAVED BY THE BELL B 

•439SS 

9 MICKEY MOUSE CLUB The 
•udierKO plays "Word to the 
Wiee": music performances 
"This Is the Way We Ron " and 
"We WiN Rock You - We Are 
the Champion." m ntma 

9 DAILY R.8.V.P. 122313 
9 SHOWBIZ TODAY •7S43S 
9 EUREEKA'S CASTLE 27^74 
9 niESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR WHI plays matchmaker be- 
twasn Ptiiip's mother and the 
caretaker: Carlton squares off 
against his sistars. (R) B 124771 

0:35 
9 SAVED BY THE BELL B 
29M7U 

0:45 
9 MOVIE "Flight From Jus- 
tice" (1993) Bruce Boxleitner, 
Carole Laure. A veteran avia- 
tion ace sleuths the mysterious 
disappearance of a former war 
buddy. (In Stereo) NR" 6367M>42 

9 (£ (9 9 NEWS 346S4 47787 



•4145 •39700 

9 W DEORASSI HK3H w 7597 
9 S) LES NOUVELLES 1955 
d) 9 MURPHY BROWN m 6787 
9 LA GUERRE DES CLANS 
(R) 404394 

9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE m 
92797 

GS LES INVENTKMS DE LA 
VIE Au programme: Un paras- 
ite s'arrange pour etre mange 
par des fourmis dans les 
crottes dun oiseau; Un latxxa- 
toire decouvre llncroyable per- 
formance du ver "Douve du 
foie." m 149S5 

9 MACNEIL/LEHRER 

NEW8H0UR m ••771 
9 PASSE-PARTOUT 36042 
9 THIS COUNTRY B 344^752 
9 ADV»miRES OF THE 
BLACK STALUON A competi- 
tor tries to fix a race. (R) (In 
Stereo) B ••544^ 
9 LA VOILE Grand Prix d"Aus- 
traHe. (R) 7S««65 
9 SA VED BY THE BEU B 
290329 

9 CHICKEN MN4UTE Inspired 
by an oM manuscript he discov- 
ers. MudbeNy decWes that he 
wouM like to be a vampire but 
his plan backfires. (R) 112S«7 

• VIDEOPM (In Stwao) 2044M 

• MOTORMG *S4 •••43S 

9 suPERHrrvneo •••077 

9 WORLD TODAY ia04a« 
9 ROCKFORD FILES BftM3i3 
9 POLKA DOT DOOR 14^^^ 

7:05 
9 GROWING PAINS •4^^34S 

7'^ 
9 CBS EVENING NEWS (In 
Stereo) Haa^as 

9 ® DEORASSI HK2H m ••I 
9 (Z) SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
(R)aMM 

(D9 HOME IMPROVEMENT 
Hardware magnate John Bin- 
ford passes on to the great tool 
shed in the sky. (R) (In Stereo) 

B4313 

(9 NBC NKMTLY NEWS B 



9 Q UELLE HISTOIREI (R) 
223233 

9JE0PARDYlB4l^a7 
(9 WATATATOW B 9ms 
9 LE MONDE MERVENXEUX 
DC DMNEV Un montage da se- 
quences Ulnfiee s et de desslns 
animas iHustre les divers fa- 
cattes de la vie antmale en 
foraLT^o^^s 

9 ZORRO Col. Patomarez is 
demoted after his Rrst encoun- 
ter with Zorro and is deter- 
mined to get revenge. ••2«74 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaHle 
des evenenwnts sportifs de la 
Kxjmae. (En direct) b ••7S03 
9 OeSIONINQ WOMEN B 

9KEUY^30439 

9 CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 



9 SPORTSOESK B •••14S 
9 VIDEOFLOW 12^S^7 
9 RUNAWAY BAY Five 
youngsters are on a summer 
hoHday in Martink]ue. 230S0 

7:35 
9 ANDY GRIFFITH 3S56446 

9 HARD COPY B 16232 
9 ® STREET LEGAL Leon is 
caught in a conflk:t between a 
father arKi his teen-age son; 
Olivia defends a televisk>n jour- 
nalist determined to protect a 
valuabia source. (R) m 2i3S 
9 (X) DINOSAURES Un ar- 
cfieotogue tente d'eludder le 
mysiere entourant les dkno- 
saures qui hat)ftaient la terre H y 
a 60 milltons d'annees. (R) 3803 
CD ABC KVORLD NEWS TO- 
NNaHTB*^^74 
OD 9 NEON RIDER IB) 49459 
O WHEEL OF FORTUNE B 
12311 

9CR0QUE-M0NSIEUR Invite: 
Marcel Leboeuf. (R) 7a43iS 
9MOVIE*** First You Cry' 
(1978. Drama) Mary Tyler 
Moore, Anthony Perkins. A 
news correspondent under- 
goes a maste<^omy that shakes 
up her emotions, her marriage 
and her outkx>k on llvir>g. 94905 
O FRED A-CIE L'information 
sur des evenements de la 
scene artistique. 90503 
9 NKJHTLY BUSINESS RE- 



PORT 10059 

9 TARZAN Adventurer Jack 
Traverse returns to the jungle in 
search of a rare panther cub w 
133074 

9 LE TEMPLE DE LA RENOM- 
MEE Documentaire sur le nou- 
veau Temple de la Renommee 
de la Ligue Nationale de hockey 
a Toronto. •3^903 
9 NKMT COURT 209077 
9 LEGENDS AND HEROES 
"Texas John Slaughter " Epi- 
sode: 'Showdown at San- 
doval."' (R) 394019 
9 INSIDE SPORTS B 859955 
9 FAX 499597 
9 MONEYUNE 935329 
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9 MOVIE "To Catch a Yeti" 
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9 MOVIE ** "Coeurs soli- 
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9 MOVIE ** " Herbie Goes to 
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a personal paradise, m 190936 
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9 LEOACY: 0RKUN8 OF CIV- 
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9 MOON SHOT Interviews and 
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9 MOVIE *** "'Newman's 
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the force. 949991 
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9 SPOTLIGHT Chaka Demus 
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355 King Ave:. Bathurst, NB 



Wednesday. July 13. 1994 



Phone 546-4491 Fax 546-1491 



Put it on! 

Finance Department inspectors 
suspend licence of strip club 



llie Rendo-Vons exotic duice 
cl«b ondd be tfripped of boih iu 
enig fim aeat nd llqaor Uooacei. 

That's the woni from Lanv Ben- 
nett, dbector of comp Ba iic e for the 
levcnae dhrisioa of the provincisl 
Fioaooe DrnmneaL Mr. Bennett 
oveneei inGractkni of Uomt and 
entertainment licences in New 
BrunsD^ck. 

fton Ftederidoo, Mr. Dennett said 
dw exotic dance portion of die 
Rendez-Vovs club's lioenoe has been 
teraponrily suspended, effective 
July 8. 

"It wu suspended for Culure K> 
comply with certain lestrictioiii deal- 
ing with nwDty." said Mr. Bennett. 

In New BfvswiclE. enNic duicen 
are not allowed 10 reveal private body 
parts. However, i nsp e cl o n nakhig a 
surprise visit to ihe Rendex-Vous 
disoovered die club was not comply- 
ing with this restriction. 



As a result of dus suspension, a 
representative of die ebb must ap- 
pear before an independent arbitrator 
or adiudicator on Aug. 11 in 
Fredericloo. 

Mr. Bennett said the HbiBaior wiU 
review the case, and may cbooae 10 
impoae certain lesuictiom on the 
dub's ealBittinment and liquor 
licences. 

"At die tearing, die dob coold 
stand 10 loae in Uqnr lioeooe as 
weU." said Mr. Bennett, explaining a 
Ttnal decision could be readied Aug. 
11, or within a few days of the 
hearing. 

Tbe club opened June 3, and has 

tic dancers, when it opened, it was 
die subject of some community 
protest 
Neidier dub owner Mario Jean, 

Poirier could be reached for 
comment. 



Sacred Heart 
reimicm Aug. 12 



A laf|B iMlierini b planned ftv 
BadHDit in aaid-AafMl, leuniting 
BaonaM ana nenas or uw tuHner 
Snored Heart Uahrunity/BadMim 
OoUeae. 

"We'm eamectint. say. aboalJOO 
or 400DQC^iS Wtaoad Ttaw 
bids 01 Bathurst, president of die 
fl^ganidng commltiBe, in an imer- 
view iWaday. 

ItenaaianwillbeheldfiDm Aug. 
12l»14attesllB0fdw temer 
SaOMd Heart Unhrenity/Batfinrst 
Oolite, now dRC^MB Street 
lof iteNew BiaiMwick Oon- 



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Ibe reunion will be fix itearwho 
I from — or wan aasoeiaiid 
the learning in sl ittit ion prior 
10 1974. when it was taken over by 
die pmvinoe and became part of die 



Pram 1910 aaiU 1974, tte coDege 
was i«i by Ite BadiHB mbeis. 
Mr.Turbide^ kwg-tiaaeedBcaiorin 



die region, hu spent d» past ymt 
fpetfheading die reanion nroject He 
hu done so widi d» ae^ of a 

or eight Ricnibeti. 

Mr. IWtide «id avM of *oue 
attending dw reaaioa vtm reilda in 
i i uruica ai new BKaaewics. annoaga 
rtwwff art f n f ff trill JBWa Oa^piJ. Q a ci., 
Ouiario, and a few a*er spots 
ihroaghout North Ameiioa. 

lids wfll marfc die first such 
i m n t TB for ito ^ifgf. ■'*^"*a^ 

.SS wbea die loShnnivmiy of 
the EudisiB FuBBfs s et tlemc ia t la 
BadinrBt wai wcogniwt 

Among ite special gaests enwcted 
for the reunion B leaB>BetMtwRoM- 
cfaaad, a ftvmer gradaaie a nd now 
recttv of die Univertil6 do Mondon. 
Aaomer nMranng ■hr whi oe 
QeraM OtSoaMM^ of St Ame. a 
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Effort made 

A Baihnrst man has stepped 
fcrwvd to organize a campaign to 
save die aging homestead of a 
local war hero. 

Page 2A 

Travel bill 



The final bill for sending mem- 
ben of Badiurst city council to 
WinnipM last moruh could be as 
high u $9,000. Mayor Ken Re- 
nette expteins why socfa trtea are 
necessary for munidpal officials 
in die 19901. 

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Not over 

Did you diink die local battle 
about French inunersian was over 
snd done widi? Not according to 
the paieot who wrote as «> say, 
'^oit parenta want English lan- 
nage arte and math taaght in 
En^h. Our oueat for reinstate- 
ment of die SQrSO program is still 
on." 

Pagc4A 

Where's Mick? 

Betyoudidn'tknowtheRoBing 
Stones are ap pe ar ing 
n Petit Roc 



Welcome to his teepee 



Grande Anae inveator Viacant Tbetiaalt is at it again. Hiii time be has designed and oonMBClDd a 20-fiDot Ugh 
teepee, bailt from wood and flbfeghss. Tte Boiqudy-designed bailding. which opened two weeks agoaoress from ne 
loaiist tafbimatkm oentte ia OiandD Ante, took five ««eks to construct. Tte stt'ucttue was balk as a ftalt stand aad a 
kicaiion fcr kxal artists tt) sen iteir woodcnfts. Mr. Therianh hopes tbe original design of hb baiUing win bdp asad 

narists. <No(tfwra LWM PHoia) 



in )^Bdt Rocter. B« you 
already gnesaed it's aot die same 
Stones nat jmt released a new 
album. 

P^ciA 

At games 

A de l ega ti o n of 10 from die 
BadMust area are in Hali&x today 
dwough Sunday for die Canadian 
Special Oiympics Games. 

Pi«e IB 

Happy campers 

Youngsters from t hro ug h out 
Nort teast New Brunswick con- 
verged on Petit Rocker last week 
for die annual 4-H Camp. 

Page IC 

LIfesaver 

A Bailiufst man has come up 

widi a device te hopes will save 

aomeone from losing their home 

and loved onea to a gieaae fire. 

Pl«c SB 

inducted 



Miss Bathurst 
Pageant revived 

Twelve to seek title July 21 



Bob Lennon, one of die organiaen of die Jam by die Bay "94 caoGcrt, slated 
for Am. 6 at YoaghaD BeachThokh ap one of dw 3j000 admlsskn T-ahkts. 
Tte shtats aow on sale for $20 each phs OST. at a aamber of area kxMkm. 
Tte T-ahkts win gnat people admbskm to dw event, which faidudes maskal 
sets by 11 kical bands. All proceedi go towards die Chalenr Regkmal Ovk: 
Centre. See sKjry page SA. (Nofttiwii U0M Pliot^ 



Widi tte bdp of a kxal 19-year- 
old, die Mias Badant Pageant is 
back afker a d aee- y ear absence. 

unoer me amsnc aaecnon or 
Sylvle DeOfaoe, 12 contosiantt wfll 
te set to compete for tte crown July 
21 at 7:30 pjn. ki die Badmst High 
Scliod Theatre. 

Miss DeOfaoe sakl ste decided 10 
resatied die pagnara ttds year afler 
past cowBiince a i e m be i s had lost 
m l BiesL With ite help of Ann ette 
Hondas. Miss Badiurst 1987. Syhie 
has been rehearsfaig widi die contes- 
tants for about two months. 

The pageant will faiclade dance 
numbers and peraonal interviews 
with tte contestants. 

Enienainment wiU kidnde singing 
by Use Gray and Brenda T^pit. 
dandnc by Sylvie DeOface and 
mu^ by Lea maomnkques. 

Cadiy Piae, Miss Badwrst 1991, 
wiU te on hand to pass on her crown. 

Tte foUowkia are thb vi v's con- 
lesttuits: Redee Martin. Julie Doocet, 
Manon Roy, Pamek Lavigne, Jank« 
Roassel, Josiame DuOuay, Tammy 
Boaiheau, Cyndi Obcamp, Charline 
Morrison, Huguette Douoet, Sylvie 
Doaoet, and Jeanette Bridean. 

Tickets are on sale now fbr $8 at 
Music Cky or Musk Didc and wOl te 
availabia at dw door. 

Tte Miss Badanst Pageant once a 
staple of die BadMffst Summer Fetti- 
vaC fell on hard dmes in 1990 due to a 




Cathy PItrc 

lack of interested partidpanls. 

It wu revived briefly, fai 1991, and 
then sgain fen by die wayside, de- 
spite ihe populaiity of similar pa- 
geants in Ihe Chaleur region, such as 
Miss Bay of Oialenr and Miss 
Beresford. 

Uptindl 1990, tte winner of die 
Miss Badiurst title always adwioed 
to Ae Miss Canada Pageant in Tor- 
oata Ttet pageant too is no more. 

This year s Miss Badiurst Pageam 
b being teld separate firom dw 
Bathurst Summer Festival, which 
offkiaUy starts die day after. 



Tourism 

initiative 

planned 



Tte Chaleur Regional Devdop- 
ment Commission hu its eye on 
increasmg tourism in die area. 

MictelDoocet, CROC marketing 
officer, said die eco n omic devdop- 
mem agency is kKkina at foming a 
tourism asaociatkin caUedToarism-e 
Chaleur, to pump up die toatiam 
marlcetaig enons fai die Cteleur 
region. 

To dds end, die CROC is planninc 
an infofinadon meeting on Aug. 31 
for any indivkhnb or tourism opera- 
tors interested in becoming members 
of die assodatkm. Tte meeting time 
and place is still to te announced. 

Mr. Doucet explained althoagh die 
Nq)bi^it Tourbt Associadon still 
exists m name, to hu not been active 
for four vcais. 

He explained die reason die meet- 
ing b being heki at die end of August 
b because die tesv summer season 
will te wkaUng down for tourism 
operators, and tte fall season wfll not 
te in swing yet 

Toarism is not aseasonal activity. 
There b no barrier on fanproving 
trafTic flow. Thb way. we'll get die 
maximum attendnce at dw meeting, 
so we can get opeiaion' comments 
and feedback on what diey'd Iflce to 
tee done." 

Mr. Doaoet saU once Tourism 
Chaleur is formed, it wiO te active ki 
creating high-profile tourism activi- 
ties in die Cteleur vegkm. 



Roger Lan- 

tees mo ne new tvanswicK 
Country Masic HaU of 
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BuIMb BoMd 3A 

BuiinfiB .._... .,.^...........68 

Classified ads 8A to llA 

Chib Comer 7A 

O o ai ics .^.^^.^^.^^.^^..^,^ SB 
Lenen lo tte Editor 4A. 5A 

L lBPS t Y lPl»»«».i»»— «#>«■ — Iw 

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Obituaries 



Henri Plomrd* 

The death of Henri Plourde of 
AllardviUe occuned July 6. 1994 at 
the Regional Hospital Centre in Bath- 
unt following a brief illness. He was 
79. 

Born in Caniquet, he was a son of 
the late Ulric and Refuna (Gionet) 
Plourde. 

He was predeceased by his wife, 
the fomter Estelle Parisd. in 1963. 

He is survived by three sons. Jean 
(PaulineX Claude (Linda) and Ro- 
land, all of AllardviUe; two brothers, 
Albenie (Jovite) and Louis (Vernon), 
both of AllardviUe; three sisters. Rita 
Chiasson (Roger) and Jeanne Doucet 
(Romte), both of AllardviUe. and 
Anne Bosfct (Ronald) of Saint John; 
and four grandchildren. 

He was also predeceased by three 
brothen, Auguste. Edmond and Ade- 
lard; aiid one sister, Clementine 
Hamilton. 

The body rested at Ettiatton's 
FunenI Home. BathursL The funeral 
service was held July 8 at the Christ 
the King Roman CathoUc Church. 
AUardviTle. Burial was in the parish 
cemetery. 

Rita BeatMn 

The death of Mrs. Riu M . Beaudin 
occuned July 6, 1994 at the VUh 
Chaleor following a sudden illness. 
She was 64. 

Bom in Bathurst. she was a 
daughter of Uie Ute Joseph and Marie 
(Couture) Boudreau. 

She was a school teacher for most 
of her life. 

Her husband, Alexis Beaudin. pre- 
deceased her in 1991. 

She is survived by two brothers. 
Clair Boa<btau and Elswotth Boud- 
reau. bodi of Baltrarst; and several 
nieces and nephews. 

She was also predeceased by two 
brothen. Peter and Cleo: and three 
sisters. Mn. MUdred Doaoet. Mis. 
Theresa Dugas and Mn. Bridgetle 
Doaoet 

At Mrs. Beaudin's request, there 
wu no visilatioa at the funerd home 
or the funeral. Burial was in the Our 
Lady of Mount Carmel Roman 
Qubolk cemetery. St Mary Avenue. 
Bathurst 

Jim Lm 

The death of Jim Thick Lee. 
formerly of Archibald Street in Bath- 
urst, oocvrred July 9. 1994 at Foyer 
Notie Dame de Lourdes foUowing a 
lengthy Ulness. He was 92. 

Bora in Hoiping. Quangdong. 
China, he wu the son of the late Loi 
Yea and Chuen Lan (Tug) Lee. 

He Uved in Halifax before moving 
to Bathurst in 1975. 

He WIS nedeceated by his wife, 
the former Mee Ken Seto. in 1990. 

He was te last swiving member 
Of ta$ imncuttK mniiy. 

He is survived by one son. Arthur 
(Lindl) of Bathuist; five giandchil- 
dren. Oiaoe, Bernard. Anita, Vincent 
and Sandra; and two great- 
grandchildren. CoUn and Aoika. 

He was also predeceased by a 
brother and a sister. 

The body rested at Elhauon't 
Funeral Home. Bathurst The funeral 
service was held July 12 at the Fint 
United Church, Bathurst Burial was 
in the Highland View Cemetery on 
Bridge Street 

iMomard Vkmiuau 

The death of Leonard Vienneau of 
236 Chamberlain Settlement. 
Gloucester County, | 
occurred July 9, 
1994 at the Reg- 
ional Hospital 
Centre in Bathurat 
foUowing a brief 
Ulness. He was 93. 

Bom in Bath- 
urst, he was the son 
ofthelMenederic 
and Elizabeth(Melaoson 
Vienneau. 




He had wortced 14 yean at the 
former Bathurst Power and Paper Ca 
(now Stone Container (Canada) 
lnc.X and also for the New Brans- 
wick Departmeitt of Tkansportadoa 

He was predeceased by his first 
wife, the forma Clara Hebert 

He is survived by his second wife, 
the fomer Blanche Eva (Martel) 
(Lavigne) Vieiuieau. 

Also surviving are three sons. 
Eddy of Hamilton. Ont. Benoit 
Gsabelle) of Oshawa. Ont. and 
Emile of Toronto; four daughters. 
Eva David and Celina Boudreau 
(Dorien). both of Bathunt Regina 
Floiry of Coburg, Ont, and Punela 
O'Neil of Montreal; one sister. Bella 
Chamberlain of Bathurst; one 
brother, Angus of AllardvUle; 27 
grandchildren, and 39 great- 
grandchUdren. 

The body rested at Elhatlon's 
Funeral Home. Bathurst The f unerd 
service was held July 12 at Our Lady 
of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic 
Church, Bathunt Burial was in the 
parish cemetery on St Mary Avenue. 



Claadt BUmehari 

The dead) of Claude Blanchard of 
Bercsford occuned July 8, 1994 at 
the Regional HosMtal Centre in Bath- 
urst He wu 36. 

Bora in AllardviUe. he wu the son 
of Benoit and Catherine (Lecleic) 
Blanchard. 

Besides his parents, he is survived 
by his wife, the former Raymottde 
Benin; and one son. Serge, of 
BeresfonL 

Also surviving are two bnNhen. 
Jacques of AllarovUle and PhiUppe of 
Campbellton; ten sisters. Mrs. Marie 
Mai Roy (RonaU) and Mn. ThMse 
Thibodean (Denn). both of BaitBrst. 
Use and Nicole Blanchard. bodi ot 
T^acadie, Mrs. Marie Anne Oionet 
(Gabriel) of Caraquet. Mrs. Hervic 
Vortman of Nimdoo. Mis. Marie 
Oaiie Grant (RodoiphB) of Pttit 
Rocher, Mn. Emilia Btamchard of 
Monirnl, Mn. Doris Ponihand of 
ToroniD. and Mn. Lode Blanchwd 
of Ottawa; his mother- and father-in- 
law. Edouard Berlin and EmiUa 
Boucher of Bathunt; and several 
aunts, uncles, cousins, nieca and 
nrahews. 

He wu predeceued by three 
brothers, Gerald, Roger and 
Francois. 

The body rested at Verret's F^ui- 
eral Chapel on Sunset Drive in 
Badiuist The funeni service was 
held July II at Our Lady of the 
Rosary Roman Catholic Chvch. 
Bathunt Burial wu in the parish 
cemetery. 

An* ir«fta> St. . 

IlieteihofHMiChirieaWteon 
Sr. of Harvey StaSoo oocmred nd- 
denly on July 2, 1994. He wu 64. 

Bora in Oxbow, SmIl. be wu the 
eldest son of the late Charles Aithur 
Watson and the former Claire 
Thomas. 

He wu a 1951 graduate in Finance 
and Com n ero e from Mount AUiaon 
Univenity. He wu a member of die 
United Oauch and its choir, and a 
member of the Rede ricl o n Shrine 
Qub. He wu also a past member of 
Cheny Mountain Lodge fSO. F. k 
KM. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
foraier Athena Lambert; five danght- 
en, Mn. Cuole Ronek fflogdan) of 
Bathunt, Mn. Debondi MacLaagb- 
Un (Gary) of Harvw, Mn. Teiesa 
Mowalt (Kevin) of Monclon, Nora 
Watson of Grande Prairie, Aha., and 
Mn. Kimberiy Watson (Dennis 
Atchison) of Browns Flat; one aon. 
Hush Charles Jr. (Suzanne WUUams) 
of Harvey; and nine grandchikfatn. 

Also surviving are one sister. Mn. 
Ftances Little (Roy); three bnithers. 
Blair (LUUan), Grant (Carolyn), and 
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and nephews. 

He was predeceased by two sisten. 
Mn. Betty Estabrooks (Donald), and 
Eleanor, who died in infancy. 

The body rested at the Swan 
Funeral Home, Harvey. The funeral 
service wu held July 4 at St An- 
drew'a United Church in Harvey, 
with Rev. K. Ruth Stuart ofTiciating. 

Nephew Bill Watson and niece 
Joanne Fletcher sang accompaniment 
with the church choir. 

Pallbearera were nrahews Eric 
Esubrooks. John Little, Stuart Little. 
Richard Watson, Eric Watson and 
Leigh Watson. 

Burial wu in Brockway. N.B. 

SoMui FowUr 

Ihe death of James C. Fowler of 
291 Pleasant St, Bathunt occuned 
July 1 1, 1994 at the Regional Hospi- 
tal Ceiitre in Badiunt following a 
brief illneu. He wu 73. 

Bom in Ward 
Settlement York 
County, he wu a 
son of the late 
Jamea M. and N^ 
lie May (White) 
Fowler. 

He graduated 
from the Univer- 
sity of New Bruns- 
wick u a fbrestrv engineer. He later 
woriced It die Bathunt Power and 
Paper C^o. Ltd. (now Stone Container 
(Canada) Inc.X in bodi New Rkh- 
mond, CNte., and Bathunt He retired 
in 1971 

He wu predeceased b^ his wife, 
the former Mona Varuferbeck. in 
1992. 

He is survived by two daughten, 
Mn. Donna Tiyior(Thomu) of Fon 
Saskatchewan, Alia., and Mn. Jane 
Boucher (Roiuld) of Bathunt; two 
sisters, Frances E. Fowler and Mn. 
Maijorie W. MacCausland (DonaM). 
both of Frederic ton; and four 
grandchOdreiL 

The body is resting at Elhatton's 
FunenI Home. Badiurst The funeral 
service will be held Thursday, July 
14, at 2 p.m. at the funeral home 
chq)d. Burial wUl be in the Frederic- 
ton Rural Cemetery. 

Inn* Power 

The death of Mn. Irene Power of 
Bathurst occurred Julv 7. 1994 at dK 
R^ional Hoqiital Cenbe in Badi- 
urst She wu in her 64di year. 

Botn in Batfinrst, she is survived 
by her h usba n d, William; one son. 
Bob of Tofonto; duee davghien, 
Mn. Pat Sweet (Bob) and Janet, bodi 
of nedericton, and Susan of Pentic- 
ton, B.C; and six gnmdchfldren. 

Alao MTV iv lag vb four brothers, 
Mehrio and Mb. both of Bathnst 
L ouiaofA nihem.N. S^and aettaof 
Kialaim, Ont? stx slMeta, Rnmces 
Il cBUC Mx aMlSMla Roy. both iif 
ttanawt jaaei ohq oi racupne, 
Ont. Mary Jane Breckenidge of 
Redwater, Alta.. Adeline KindaU of 
Fkridi. and Marion Raska of Cal- 
Alta4 and several nieoea and 



ganr. Alta 



She was predeceased by a 
daigfaler. Mn. Sharon MacEacheron 
(Divid) of Chatham. Ont 

She wu a member of the Catholic 
WooMa's Leagae and dw Ladies 
Auxiliary of the Hennan J. Good 
V£. Branch Na 18 Royal Canadian 



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remains rested at Elhatton's 
Ftaneral Home, Bathurst The funeral 
service wu held July 11 at Sacred 
Heart CadiedraL Pallbearen wen 
Bob Sweet. Jonadum Sweet James 
Hennessv, Patrick Hemessy, David 
MacEacheron and Charles Sweet 
Burial wu in the parish cemetery. 



50th Wedding 
Anniversary 

April 29, 1944 
Horace & Rose Boulay 
Belledune 

The family extends an 
invitation to relatives and 
friends to an Open-House 
at the Belledune Cultural 
& Recreational Center on 
Saturday. July 23. 1 994 at 
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Local man launches effort 
to save home of war hero 



A Bathunt man wanu to restore 
the old homestead of Pint World War 
hero Herman J. Good. 

Ray Albtin. a fmancial planner 
with Regsl Capital Planners, u inter- 
ested in striking a commioee of 
volunteers to restore the Herman J. 
Good homestead on Big River Road. 

"I used to work at the mines, and I 
would drive by the home every 
morning and night and see die 
buikling. I realize a lot of history 
must have been behind it and it is a 
shame to let it deterionte." 

Mr. Allain said it wu an article in 
June 8 edidon of The Northern Light 
which prompted him to take action. 

"1 read that the property is being 



vandalized, and it is just a shame. I 
warn to see if other people in the 
community want to help restore thu 
home into a museum. 

In duit article. Donald Branch, 79. 
brother-in-law of Herman J. Good, 
spoke about die sad state of the 
property. The late Herman J. Good is 
Batnurst's most highly decorated war 
veteran. After a hook; act in the Fint 
World War, Mr. Good wu awarded 
the Vktoria Cross, die Common- 
wealth's highest mUitaipr medal for 
vakw. He is one of only two New 
BrunswickCTS to ever receive the 
medal. 

In his effort to save die homestead, 
Mr. Allain hu already contacted 




Mrs. Ray Rurdon, die sister-in-law 
of Mr. Good's grandson. Priink 
Good, who now owns die property. 

Mr. Allain sakl Mn. Rxxoon is 
^ing to contact Mr. Good, who lives 
m British Columbia, to see if he 
wouM be willing to donate die house, 
and a small parcel of land surround- 
ing it to accommodate parking, to 
create the museum. 

"If he is not interested in donating 
die property, she is goiqg to find out 
what it woukl cost to bay die home." 

Mr. Allain hu also received word 
from peode who are willing to sit on 

a commjtiee to restore die home- 
stead. These people include Jessie 
Ryan, preaklent ot^die Bathurst Herit- 
age Trast Commiukm, Daniel Ther- 
iault, a renovatkns qiedaliat from 
Bathurst. and Bob Lenaon. 
Nepisigait-Chaleur MLA PIrank 
Branch hu also lokl Mr. Allatai he 
will help die restoradon effort in any 

way he can. 
'nrheie seems 10 be enouih interest 

topunue tfiis, and I'm bopmg tor die 
end of die fumoct, (here win be 
somediing more fiim set up." 

Mr. Albin also |rians on contacting 
die kxal Roval Canadian L^km 
Branch Na 18, named after Herman 
J. Good, to see if any memben woukl 
like ID help on die commiitee, or 
perhaps organize fund-raising 
events. 

Mr. Allain asks anyone interested 
in die project to contact him at 
547-1899^ 



First winners in VON draw 

The Vktorian Order of Nurses in Badiurst recently heU die first of 12 
monddy draws br $1,000 hi ilMir fund-cBitfaigpro!)ect called Caitaf For Life. 
Pfctured from left are winnen MacrKogen anlHaael MiDa, both of Bathurst; 
Gilbette Roy-AOain. executive diector of die Badumt VON; and Kadiy 
QuiggjpresidentofdieBadinrstVCX.ThetoppriKofSKXOOOwaibednrwn 
Nov. 27. :. fNertMni U0N Photo) 

Horseshoe tournament set 
for ^MOx TeteagdmmiSm%Ta. 



The Honeshoes ViQ be flykii at 
the Soodi Teteagouche Community 
Centre July 23. 

Starti]« at 9 ajn. July 23, a 
honeahoe tournament win be held at 
die Soudi Teteagouche Community 
Centre. People can enter die tourna- 
ment to win prizes, for $S per person. 



or Mo Bar tMm«4tf ttm.'- 

Donaid Roy, ai|aaiar of the 
event, sakl die to urna men t is being 
held to raise money Cor a junior 
Olympics day, being heU at die 
community ceiare in August 

Psopb intetested in lecistering can 
caU K^. Roy at S48-9^. 



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HeUo, my name is Jasper and 
I'm feeling sad today. That's 
becuiseDn^ little kmeMnie and} 
BBM V fnoa luce fnmefSjne in. 

Let ine leU yap a lUUeWkbiM 
RiyteK' Pn aeyea-weds old, fe^ 
niila, k doittenc loi^ hair and I'm 
white and brown ki color. I Ifte to 
be coddled and I love to run and 
play. 

If you're interested in giving 
me a home, come to die Bathurst 
Animal Shelter at 973 Sudieriand 
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A section of Main Street wu darlcer 
dnn usual Monday night after a 
power outage left 14 cusiomen with- 



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Mr. and Mrs. Normand and 
Marie Ftoy wouU like to an- 
nounce the upoomino marriage 
of their daughter Kelly Jean to 
DonaM Bujokl, son of Luden 
and Dorice BujoW. The wed- 
ding will take place July 22, 
1994 at Notre Dame du Mont 
Camnel Church, East Bathurst 



out light 

at NB Power, ndd the inwer went oitt 
at 9: 10 pjn.. It afEeded bosinenes on 
die west aide of Maki St fhim die 
Subway restaurant to the National 
Bank. 

Mr. Nod sakl a defective ander- 
grood cable caused die probiem. 

Widi die help of a worit aew, 
power wu restored to die entire 
street by mid-aftemoon Tkiesday. 



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War Museum is marking 
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Curator would like to see museum expand 



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An AppmriMkn Night wu heU Rri(tay for the Balhum volonleCT |xx)l of AI^ 
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Costs to attend FCM meeting 
in Winnipeg justified: Mayor 



By JANICB R. AMOUR 
rtarthera Light Staff 

It coat Batfaoat tmpay e ra up to 
$9,000 10 aend three dQf oouncUkn 
10 a national coofereooe last nw in th . 

City treasurer AndrtPoacet said it 
cost the dty between $8,000 and 
$9,000 10 send Mayor Ken Prenetis, 
and coandlkn Harvey Boacher and 
Claim Wilt 10 the amual PedDtatloo 
of Canadian Mnnicipalitiei 

oost M the eqienae claiaqs sabmitiBd 
bv Mayor ftenetiD and coandllor 
Harvey Boac h e r , which avenged 
ibout $2,300 10 $3,000 eadi. 

CoandOor Wilt had not sabmittDd 
her expcnae iqntt u of Monday, but 
The Nortkem Utk was told she 
received a $1,300 advance to attend 
the oonfetenoe. 

He was not permitied to iBlease an 
exaa breakdown of Mayor Rtenetie 
or Mr. Boacher's cocpenaes, bat saU 
die $2,300 to $3,000 covered air bre, 



hotel aooommodatkns, $60 per day 
for meals, faicluding tip, and the $8S 
per day per diem. 

Mayvr nenette left for die confer- 
ence June 3. while Mr. Boucher and 
Mn. Will left June 4. All letumed to 
Badiunt June 9. 

Mayor Renetle said in a Monday 
inierview that the cost to attend die 
PCM is justified, because it alkmt 
city officials to learn from odwr 
municipalities' problem-solving 
skills. 

nuMDur 0K« aciinwn i, ^f w i uiiu n 
sessions on municipal issues, from 
envinnmemal.prognuas to aging 
nfiastfvctnre. 

It's pretty hard to say in Mack and 
while what die benefits are to going 
to the FCM, bat it belpa us dealwith 
probkais, and get new ideas." 

Mwor Renette said as a lesalt of 
city officials attending diis FCM. the 
aty of Badiarst PuMc Works De- 
paitnient has knp i cn i eMf i d a new way 
to clean shut-off vahres on water 
lines. 

However, die mayor sakl diis was 
only one example. 



1 can't Stan aaying what specific 
benefits diere were. 

He explained up until 1990. all city 
council members were allowed to 
attend the PCM. b 1990, a lesolutkm 
was pMaed which aUowed two ooun- 
dlkKS and die mayor to attend every 
year, which cut down on die cost of 
the confierence. he ssid. 

Widi nine councillors serving 
dtree-year terms, dds aUows a diffe- 
rent group of conncilkin to attend 
each year. 

cost of his trip b covered under die 
Qty Manafer's Office budget 

The figmcs for his trip were not 
available^ 

The PCM is a coalition of mayon. 
city coundlkn and ad m i n ist m ton 
from acrou Canada, who meet 
annually. 

It is die natioful equivalent of the 
Cities of New Brunswick 
Association. 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Nordiem Light Staff 

The Royal Canadian Le^on War 
Museum could be expanding. 

Curator Cy Ccmeau said now that 
the kx»l air cadets can train at the 
new armory on Basin Road, diere is 

re for the museum to expand in 
future. 

Mr. Comeau said although diere 
are no definite plaiu for expansion, 
there are a number of exhibits he 
woukl like to add to die museum. 

"It is our intention to expland die 
war museum, to include navy, army 
and air force artifacts all in one, from 
different wars and military cam- 
paigns. It's not a definite thing, but 
we are interested in looking into it" 

Mr. Comeau made the comments 
during an interview about diis sea- 
son's opening of the museum, which 
occurred Ju^ 1. The museum is 
kicated in die basemem of die Her- 
man J. Good. V.C. Branch No. 18 
Royal Canadian Legion on Sl Peter 
AveiMie. 

The museum is open seven days a 
week, from 1 1 a.m. to 9 pjn.. every 
summer from Canada Day to Labor 
Day. 

Mr. Comeau said this will be die 
museum's 2Sth year in operation at 
die fesian, but it has been m Badiurst 
for 32 yean. Itt fint seven yean in 
Badiurst. die museum was housed in 
die old armory facilities on Murray 
Avenue. 

Most of die artifacts are donated by 
First and Second Work! War veterans 
and dieir families, most of whom 
were former memt>en of the Nonh 
Shore Raiment, or who lived in 
Badiurst at one time. 

Mr. Comeau said die Badiurst war 
museum is die most sizeable one 
housed in a legkm branch in New 
BrenswidL 

"We were very fortmuue when die 
legion was built, space was made to 
accommodate die museum," be sakL 

The museum features actual uni- 
forms from die First snd Second 
World Wars, medals, weapons, arti- 
frcts. posters, newqiapas, doca- 
ments, and a simulaied First Worid 
War trench. There is also a displnr 
widi actaal Nazi propaganda, bclaa- 
ing flap, which were captured ai 
Oermany during die Second Workl 
War. 

"We are receivine new do n a ti o n s 
to die museum aO me time. In fact, 
jBst diis week, a library in B.C called 
and wantied to know if we weso 
inmislBd in leoaiviqf-*- bondi of 
Worid War One bracfaaaai. Waabo 
recently received a donation from 
someone who was involved in the 
Qulf War. and we will be gadiering 
stuff for a display." 

BREN GUN 

Mr. Comeau said die item he 
wouU most like to acquire is a Bren 
gun, whkh is a miniature machine 



gun used in the Korean war. He 
would like to centre a display on the 
Korean war around the Bren gun. so 
he is looking for any donated articles 
firom die Korean war. 

"People donate artifacts to us, so 
they can be on display for the public 
to see. The museum is important, 
because it is history. To have our own 
veterans from thic region remem- 
bered in diese displays, and help 
arrange our dtspbys. This b preserv- 
ing our history, displaying it for the 
public." 

Mr. Comeau said between 1.500 to 
2,000 people visit the museum each 
year, including bus lours, and local 
school groups. Visitors range in age 
from children to senion, and include 
everyone in between. 

"We have tourists from die United 
Slates and across Canada who stop in 
to visiL" 



Bullettn 
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-Oty of Bathunt wnploywt have itned 

f rimrUmmi to ril nihir lariiiBMM In huy 

■uamar festival T-Mns at dM Badwit 
SouvM^Shop at 17S Main Sl. 5464662. 
T-ddrti oosi glO aa oh, jacl adiag axw. 
—Book A CfacH AdvHiiVB is iho umw a 
of dw 1994 Snnmar Roadkis Qob. The 
dob is aimad at cfaiUm from QndM 1 
dvoogh S. Ra^strtfioo it taUng plaoe It 
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Mby ddy IS). PImm faring ycmr Hfarav 
o«d. For iafomutkm, pieaaa call 
3414706. 

-Tka Badnst Rotay Cfab world travel 
draw wfamn lior July an Tim Anaoeanlt 
of BadnM, aoo of Jom and Darria 
Armeank. won a fovKKday uip to Paris. 
M $3 JOO. Iton ~ 



Hrmoa. vahiad M S3.S00. 
won SSOOl «d Jack DaHaim won $144. 
Tha AafMt draw it hr a trip to 
Honolnla. fiawaii for 14 diyt. 



Beresford 
okays zoning 
for daycare 



Even in die heat of sanuner, 
Beresfcnl town coundUon consid- 
ered die coming winter at Monday's 
r^ular meeting. 

Ooancil voted to extend die town 
snow removal contract for one year, 
widi die Hrm of QJL. Levesque 
Coostructkm in Beresford. The con- 
tract is for $229,177.29. 

Mayor Real Boudreau sakl Tues- 
day this contract ooven snow re- 
moval for die town of Beresford, 
including its new subdiviskns, but 
will not include Beresford Beach, 
because of the environmental 
concerns. 

Last winter. Beresford Beach resi- 
dents were angrv tfieir street was not 
plowed, aldiou^ they pay municipal 
taxes. 

The town's position is die sand 
dunes at the beach would be harmed 
of dto road is plowed dirough the 
winter. This means residents must 
pay for die road to be plowed 
t h e m sel v es. 

Also at die meeting, town council 

CBd a reaoning application lo a 
Molet of Bcnsford, to buikl a 
new daycare on Rue Princ^;ial, near 
die Bainurst-Beresford town limtu. 
Mayor Boudreaa said die daycare 
will help meet die needs of Beresford 
parents, and shoukl be open widiin 
die next mondi or two. 




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aATHURST, NOUVCAU-BRUNSWICK 

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FON0AT1ON - PHASE a 

CENTRE CtVIOUE REGIONAL CHALEUR 

BATHURST, NOUVEAU BRUNSWICK 



A comptar da maraadl, la 20 (uBat 1994, laa anlrapranaurt gtntraux pauvam oblanir las 
documantt da nUaa an mUftOkMon au buraau da JACQUES BOUCHER ARCHTrECTE LltE. 
ISSaboulVwilir,Su«a202.8*lhurat.NouvMu-Bfunawitcti. (508) 548-4886, fnoyanartundtpAt 
da daux oanit doawt (t2Oa0O) oomptant ou cMqua carta* payabia k Jaoquaa Bouchar 
ArcMacMLtta. Laa ratoumaran bona Mala auoourtdaatrolaaainalnaaaufcanl la larmaluradaa 
appal l d'odraa. SI laa plana na aoni pat raloumia au oour* daa trolt aamafewa, la d*pdl da 
taoaoo rm aara pai rambouri*. 

Laa dooumamt da aounlaaion pauvam ttra conauMa aux buraaux da rAsaodatlon da 
oonMnwdon du Nouvaau-Bruntwick. Lat documanla da aoumiaalon pauvant tgalamem ttra 
conauUa aux buraaux dai Travaux PuMquat, 380, rua St-Andraw, Bathurst N.-B. 

Un dip6t da guarantia d'uri montant *gal k dix pour cant (10%) da la tommt lotala da la 
toumltaion(lncluantlaTPS) do« accompagnar laa aoumlaalons daa anirapranaura gtn^aux La 
tounHaalonnalra ctK>W davra lournlr un cautlonnamant d'axicutlon al cautionnafnant pour la 
p a la m am da la ma^-d'oauvra M daa maMriaux comma axig* dans laa documants contractuals 

Laa praacflptlona da la W aur laa cootr a ett da conatrucUon da la oouronna a'applquant aux 
praMMuraa da dtvolamanl du prtaant appal d'odraa aaulamant. at laa documanli da la (ormula 
CCIX>2 (1982), Canadian Stmlard ConatrucMon Oooumant (L« formula Canadlanna Typa da 
Conlral da Conatrudlan) t'applquani k cat appal d'oHrat. 

Ca pro)al aat randu poaaMa grtc* k una colaboration antra la provlnoa du Nouvaau-Brunawick, 
la Qouvamarrtanl du Canada tl laa r4gk>na. 

M la plua baaaa m aucun* aoumiaalon na sara nicatsairamanl accaptia 

ALLAN BRANCH 
Dlradaur daa achats 



The museum is run on government 
grants, which cover the cost of the 
two summer tour guides. A new 
govemment grant is also covering the 
cost of making a computerized inven- 
tory of all theartifacu in die museum. 
The space for the museum is donated 
by the Herman J. Good branch, as is 
dw cost of heating and lighting die 
museum. 

"We are entirely non-pront, rely- 
ing on the donations of the artifacts, 
ai^ govemment grants to staff die 
museum," said Mr. Comeau, himself 
a member of die legion and a 
volunteer. 

He is currenUy inteiested in find- 
ing volunteers interested in dressing 
up in authentic uniforms, and acting 
out die part of a First or Second 
World War soklier. to add life to die 
museum's artifacts. 




The staff and curator of the Royal Canadian War Museum in Badiunt Tour 
^ide Karen Sullivan (sealed) is shown looking dmxigh a Fust Workl War 
journal at a display, with tour gukle Jennifer Puicell and volunteer museum 
curator Cy Comeau. (Nofihofn Light Photo) 



OUT OF TOWN 
FRIENDS COMING? 
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 
DANNY'S FAMILY 
VALUE PACKAGE 





CITY Of BATHURST 
BATHURST, NEW BRUNSWICK 

CHALEUR REOIONAL CIVIC CENTRE 

mvrrATiON to tender 



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FOUNDATION - PHASE II 

CHALEUR REGIONAL CMC CENTRE 

BATHURST, NEW BRUNSWICK 



On July 20, 1 994 OanrsI Cor>tractors may obtain ths tsndsr documsnis from tti* olflca of 
JACQUES BOUCHER ARCHITECTE LTtE 1850 Vaniar Boul. Solta 202. Bathurst Nsw 
Brunswick, (506) S48'4826. upon dapoa* o» Ivro huridrad dolars ($200 OO) cash or cerlifisd 
cheque made payable to Jacquaa Boudiar Archrtecte Ll6« Oepositi w* be refunded upon return 
of documents m usable condition wllhin thra* waeks of the tender closing If tha documents are 
not returned wllhin Iha tlma spacMlad, tha deposit wi not be returned 

The tender documents can be reviewed at the Construction Association offices in New Brunswicl< 
They can also be reviewed al lha Ruble Works Centre, 380 Sl Andrew* Sl. Bathurst. NB 

A Bid Bond m tha amount of 1 par cant ol Bid Price (Including GST) must accompany each Bid 
Tlie succassful bkMer wi be required to provide a Performance Bond and Labour and Materials 
Payment Borxl as specified in the Bid Documents 

Ttie requirements of the Crown Constructkxi Contracts Act sha« apply to the tendering 
procedures only, and the requirement* of CCOC-2 (1962) Canadian Standard Construction 
Oocuments shal apply to tha contract 

TNs project Is made posstole thru a colaboratk)n between the province of New Brunswick, lha 
Government of Cartada and regtons. 

The towesVhlghest or any tender wi not necessarily be accepted 



ALLAN BRANCH 
Director of Purcfiasing 



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A.J. McCwIhy, Publishar artd General Manager 
Grtg Mulock, Maitaging Editor 

EDITORIAL 

Touting tourism 

Hopefully, every local tourism operator in the region will 
participate in the CROC's new Tourism Chaleur 
association. 

By all hotels, restaurants, campgrounds, retail outlets and 
associations, summer festival organizers and other such 
tourism service industry businesses working together to 
draw more tourists to the region, it can only help our 
economy. 

However, in recent years, it has been the municipal 
governments, in conjunction with only some tourism 
operators, who have turned out the regional tourism 
brochure. 

With the advent of Tourism Chaleur, this is an 
opportunity for all tourism operators — the folks who 
directly benefit from promoting tourism in the region — to 
work together for the good of the region. 

It may mean the investment of a lot of time, innovative 
brain-storming, as well as some money, but it will be well 
worth the dividends, if everyone takes part in the 
association. (We don't want to see it go the way of the 
Nepisiguit Tourism Association.) And, if everyone sets 
aside petty differences, which have been appearing in 
recent months with distressing regularity. 

As has been stated numy times, more tourists mean more 
tourism dollars, which in turn mean more profits for local 
businesses, and of course, more profits usually mean more 
jobs. 

Tourism Chaleur could be the ticket to prosperity for the 
region — a prosperity which does not rely on diminishing 
natural resources, but promotes our region's natural assets, 
such as our beaches, waterfalls, and nature reserves. 

All it needs is the participation of our local tourism 
operators. Let's hope they make Tourism Chaleur one of 
their priorities on Aug. 31. 

Historic effort 

For those cynics who tfunk individual initiative lor a 
good cause is dead, they should contact Ray Allain. 

This Bathurst resident has taken it upon himself to 
organize a committee to restore the Herman J. Good 
homestead on Big River Road. He wants to do something to 
show the community honors its greatest war hero by 
preserving his home. 

He well understands there is not much government 
monies available for the restoration project, but he has faith 
the conununity will come behind him and support this 
effort. 

For those who do not believe such a project is worth it 
based on the historic value alone, think of the benefits a 
restored living museum could have for the region: another 
tourism attraction we can pronwte. 

After all, the late Mr. Good is only one of two New 
Brunswickers ever to receive the Victoria Cross, the 
Commonwealth's highest medal of valor. In fact, the 
Sussex homestead of Dr. Milton F. Gregg, the other V.C. 
medal recipient, is an imp<ntant tourist attraction in that 
community. 

We could only benefit from such a site here. We wish Mr. 
Allain luck in his endeavor, and we hope more people in the 
community come forward to help him in his historic effort. 

Rough rapids left MLA 
stranded in river in 74 



Get ready for a summer of tax talk 



Flashback 

Events from tiM arohlvM 
of Tlw NortiMm Ugtit 



70 YEARS AGO 
July 1924 

When The Northern Ught moved 
into new quarters last January, it will 
be remembered that it extended an 
invitation to friendi bom a distance 
to visit the ofTice when in town. 

Of all the visitors from remote 
sections to visit, not the least disdn- 
guished came Saturday, when he 
slept on some newspapers, and drew 
quite a crowd: a laige potcupine. 

Perhaps he intended to replenish 
the editorial supply of quills, u he 
always comes with his own complete 
set 



20 YEARS AGO 
JoIt 1974 

while on a fishing trip upriver over 
the weekend, a party or six local 
anting enthusiasts had a bit of 
exdlement similar to the experiences 
of the sportsmen in the movie, 
Deltveraitce. 

Gming down 2S miles of river by 
canoe, the six ran into rough nvids at 
Indian Falls and Bathurst MLA 
Eufene MoOinley soon found him- 
self perched on a rock in die middle 
of tumbling waters. His companions 
got to worx and rescue finally came 
one and a half houn later, witfi him 
no wane for wear. 

10 YEARS AGO 
July 19M 

Playing at the Bayview Drive-in 
this week is Molly Ringwald in the 
John Hughes film. Sixteen Candles. 



Political Scene 



•y tTEWAirr MMIOO 



It's usually considered risky to 
make any p(4itical predictions, but 
this one seems safe enough: We're 
going to face a summer full of tax 
talk. 

And moat of it will be by design — 
the design, that is, of die Chretien 
government and. more particutariy, 
the Finance Department headed by 
Paul Maitia 

It's already in fiill swing. Try to 
diink of one day in the past two weeks 
when there hasn't been a story, 
speculatkn, a rumor or an official 
comment on a new tax — one that's 
supposed 10 replace dte dreaded 
goods and services tax. . 

And even when minisien deny 
certain stories, such as diey did when 
there were rwnon of an unholy 
cabinet battle over proposed spend- 
ing cuts, the parti^ants are not the 
least bit annoyed. Tney may pretend 
to be. while declaring die reportt are 



"absolute nonsense." but privately 
Uiey welcome them. 

The more discussion die better, die 
more reaction the better. By fall, widi 
any luck, diey'll have a pretty good 
idea what will fly and what won't 

Prime Minister Jean Chretien, 
you'll recall, made a firm commit- 
ment during last year's election cam- 
paign to eliminate die GST as it 
exists. "A Liberal government will 
replace the GST...," said die party's 
campaign book. 

The first effort toward Ailfilling 
diis promise came in die form (tf 
leaks — too many of them to be 
aocklental — about harmonizing die 
GST widi provincial taxes and per- 
haps expanding die new 10-per-cent 
lax to food and drugs. 

There wu time for some fisedback 
before Mr. Martin took his proposals 
to Vancouver where he met his 
provincial counterparts. He was well 
prepared for dte reaction, widi five 
provinces being stoudy opposed to 
die move. Still, even before going 
west, he tad a good klea what 
changes might be needed for success- 
ful '<aifceting of dw plan. 

A financial columnists also had 



a good idea of what was coming, widi 
time to do some initial research on die 
effecu of a hamionized tax. While 
die reviews were mixed, diey were 
far more informed and detailed duui 
woukl be die case widiout the prior 
leaks. 

Mr. Martin was able to express 
some immediaie optimism, saying 
his bureaucratt would cootinHe to 
work on poientiaOy acceptable alter- 
natives during die summer. 

Meanwhile, die government was 
able to assess die general public 
reaction — diat diis wu not really 
abolition of die OST, but a goods and 
services tax under another name. 

That's not good enough for die 
prime minister. He's said to be firmly 
commined to a replacement widi 
enough significant change to fulfill 
his campaign oommitmem. 

Without provincial co-operation, 
whkh is exceedingly ehisive, it's 
going to be difficult to achieve dutt 
significant change. Ottawa desp- 
eiiiely needs dw $13 billion die OST 
brings in annually. 

But while die financial bureaucrats 
slave over diis particular problem, 
there's a whole new round of rumors, 
or leaks, about massive spending cuts 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Immersion fight is not over 



As most people are aware, it was 
announced at die June 28 District IS 
School Board meeting that the Minis- 
ter of Education would alk>w our 
school district to do a 75 per cent 
French/25 per cent English immer- 
skm program, in lieu of a SW pa 
cenl/10 per cent program. 

The minister had met widi neartv 
200 concerned parents on June 15. 
where for two and a half hours parent 
after parent advised him of^ dieir 
preference for our former 50/50 
prMiam. 

What is die reaction to die 75/23 
program? If die conmients I have 
heard, and die phone calls I've 
received, are any indication, most 
parents would still prefer die 5(yS0 
program. 

Most parents want English bm- 
^uage arts and math taught in Engl- 
ish. Our quest for reinstatement of me 
50/50 program is still on. 



Anyone who hu a petition form, 
l^ease turn it in to either 360 Murray 
Ave. or 950 Riverside Dr. by July 17. 

Also, can or write to your MLA 
advising of your qnnion in diis 
matter, or write to die Premier or 
Minister of Education at P.O. Box 
6000. Fredericton. N.B.. E3B 5H1. 
(They say one letter is worth a 
diousand phone calls.) 

It is not loo late for Minister 
Blaney to give us back 30/50. If he 
could make a small exception to his 
riffid rule, he can give us back our 
50/50 as we clear^ asked him. 

We are still only going to have half 
die enrolment rate we had before if 
we don't get 50/50 back. That's a 
crying shame. Our chiUren need to 
be bum^L They need fluency in 
both official languages. There should 
be a 50/50 immersion program fiom 
Gfide one to Grade 12. giving in 
diose grades 5.630 hours in each 



language instead of 6.288 in Rrench 
anaA,f!2 in English baa Grades one 
to 12. 

That would make 369 houn more 
in English and less in French, making 
diem even at 3.630. That way, die 
heavy k»d of Rrench in the eariy 
yean and light load fai Grades nine to 
12 woukl be evened out so diat diey 
wouU not only maintain, but ame- 
liorate their aecood-language abili- 
ties in die iaier grades. 

During our Jane IS meeting widi 
die Minister of Edacation, we tried to 
convince him of our eamestneas in 
diis matter. Obvioushr. he dkbi't 
listen u well as we had hoped. Let's 
hope die letten and petitkn will 
convince him. 

It's certainly worth a try. We're 
not quitten. 

Diannc O'NeD 
Bathnnt 



Hospital waiting for equipment 



The 28 June edition of your publi- 
catkxi carried i sipplemeMt headed 
1994 Ptogveu Edition. 

An unHiumbered page headed 
"Expansion of Emergency at Hospi- 
tal will cost ''$40-M. An adjunct to 
diis states, "In the last year, an 



orthopedk suineon and a plastic 
singeon hhre wen recruited, aqd t 
new anesdietist has been hired." 

This u a sign of progress for 
Bathurst — the plastic surgeon has 
already operated on several huids to 



Article on Forestry 
Futures was misleading 



The article on Forestry Ftalures, in 
die May 18 Northern Ught^ did not 
accurately dqiict the motivatian of 
the students in the Forestry Ftitures 
upgrading program. 

Forestry Futures is a joint effort by 
the unions at the local mill and the 

Kvenmient who pay into and distri- 
le money to help retrain out-of- 
work fore^ workers. The article 
stated that the students of die upgrad- 
ing course were upset because di^ 
would not receive any "cash in diev 
pockets." 

This article portrays us as money- 
hungry men, only looking for a 
handout This is not so. We want to 
return to the work force, but in order 
to do so we must retraia 

In a job market where a Grade 12 
diploma is no tonger sufTidenl, we 
have to upgrade and acquire new 
skills to secure jobs. In order to 
accomplish this, most of us will have 
to travel to other community colleges 
acoru New Brunswk:k because diere 
are very few. if any. English courses 
available in Bathunt Thu will not be 
easy for most of us — we have 
families to feed and ctothe in addition 



to die cost of rent, tuitkxi, and books. 

We were hoping to have die $2,000 
to help with diese costs. We are 
giving one hundred per cent effort 
towards diese courses because widi- 
out them, die future is bleak. 

We are grateful to die Rxestry 
Futures for dieir financial support 
They have already given us — die 17 
sttidents — $34,000 to enable us to 
continue our upgrading. Many of our 
concerns were answered when we 
were toU dnt our applications wouM 
be reviewed and a decision made in 
die fiall on die amount of financial 
assistance available to us. 

I applaud die foundation and die 
men who are still paying into die 
fund. There is hope that once negotia- 
tions are over and die woiken' 
futures are brighter, maybe more men 
will sign up once agaui to pay into 
diis fund. 

Once again, diank you to die 
Forestry Futures and die mill em- 
ployees who so generously are sup- 
porting this fund. 

Todd Moaes 
Bathurst 



Butthe a ithnp e dic lury on, who Ms 
operated an office here for some 
mondis, has a list of patients awaiting 
hip repair surgery. 

These patients have been waitng, 
in pain and he^ilessness, ahnost as 
tong as die surgeon has been here. 
And the surgeon himself must be 
feeling quite fiustntedl 

The cause of diis is diat a promised 
piece of equipmedt has not been 
delivered to die horoitaL Surgeon and 
hoijpital sumd ready to go to work, 
pauentt fiet — but, for mondi after 
month, diis equipment does not 
materialize. 

This writer has telephoned every- 
body he could diink of, to no avad. 
Let us hope diat die power of die 
jnai can work a miracle, and force 
delivery of die equipment 

Percy Bendeli, CD, BA, MEd 
Bathurst 



(Tiir Wovthrnt tijght 



Publtohad •vwy WadnMdm 

355 King AvaiHM, Bathurst, N.B. 

TaJcphOM (506) 546-4401 

Fax No. (506) 546-1491 



EDITORIAL 



Flooding problem not new 



At die June 20 council meeting, 
accounts payable for May (total 
oeneral, $1,868,247.45; tottl cmital, 
$161,293.83) wu read, moved and 
passed an widiin a minute. Questions 
were nil. 

During the July 4 meeting, the 
subject of flooding on Donald Av- 
enue was broudit up. This is not a 
new subject Why do councillon 
quickly forget problems like diis and 
only start sfnuting when diey happen 
again? Why have diey not brought 



diis problem before council and kept 
at it until die problem was comcteo? 

Don't wait until it tmppeat apin 
and then start shouting idl over. A 
serious problem like mis shouU be 
deah with. It couU have been fixed 
yean ago and it woukl have been 
done by now. 

Come on council, let's get our act 
together. 

George (Buster) Aatic 
Bathurst 



Qr»g Mulock, (Managing EdItoO: Jama* Coukir* 
(Spoml. Janlea R. Amour. Camaron Maaphafaon, 
IPhotographar). 



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BUSINESS 

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to government dqwrtments — cuts 

diat wouM allow a massive decrease 
in sales-tax revenue. In some cases, 
we hear, departments such u Agri- 
culture coukl lose some 40 per cent of 
their funding. 

Anoder rqxit has die Ttansport 
Department losing more dian 14.000 
of itt 19,000 cm^oyees as die gov- 
ernment makes a wholesale move- 
ment toward privatizatioa There are 
also rumon of $1.6-billk» cut in 
direct transportation subsidies. 

Now we get anodier one. Instead 
of purusing an agreement widi the 
provinces on a harmonized sales tax, 
diere are published repom diat Mr. 
Chretien k considering a diree-per- 
cent increase in personal income 
taxes to rqiiaoe the GST. In diis 
scenarfoi tow-income Canadians and 
senfors, while paying die higher 
taxes, woukl receive enriched tax 
crcdiu u oompensatkxi. 

All diis, and we're still in earty 
July. By die end of August diere*U be 
so many reported kleas — and mea- 
sured VBactkm — ttiat die government 
might even know eiiacdy what win 
worit And diat's what it's all about 



Help needed 
for reunion 



Attention Badiurst High School 
Class of I98S: anyone interested in 
lendbig a hand to oiganize our 
10-year reunion, please get in touch. 

We need kleu and all die energies 
we can gadier to make our event a 
success. 

To get involved, please call Lesley 
(Brectenridge) Murphy at 348-48^ 
or Pam Smidi at 546-6884 or 
546-1909. 

Smith 
Bathorst 



•Thcworkofanurltnowngoodmanis 
\kB a vain of watar ftowina hhMan 
undarground, sacretly making th« 
ground gr««n. 

-Thomas Cariyta 
(1795-1861) 



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4 p.m. - 8 p.m. 

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TTie Northern Ught. WccL. July 13. 1994 — 5A 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Dancing nude is not correct behavior 



nmtKr 10 my last letter and a 
letpoose thereto by one of ypur 



Let me My tiat I atree — no one is 
foRiBg iBWBe k) go watch wtppeit. 
Bat ihea that i»MB't the point of the 
aifnaem. The point It that an abnae 
U taking place, people an pa n t ti pn t - 
ing in teaod weaieMQgloldioiOQk 
the otfier ivay. (Inienrang~Tbat'i 
what allowed Hitler lo do what be 
did.) 

I alao agree diat we "ihoakl hate 
mennDK wenennoer. nowever, 
loviqg the shuter doeio't mean re- 
tpecuBgt bad choice on dKirpait 
and dien walking away. We an 
nqairad lo km to the point of 
hnrttag. Thie meant diat we an 
oWiied to point ont the danger of 
anoner*! ffrnfrnt and to asiiat liat 
pe n on in IbOowing the trath by 
naldng a good and proper dnice. If 
we an ciiociaed in Hie pnoen, w be 
U. 

Aigaiog dMt odiea an Hilier- 
etQae in wanting "lo limit fieeduui of 
expnttioii and iippediffi of choice' it 
bang oaite diakigenioitt, to my the 
leatt. Inen is no oonpofisoa. Hitler 



was not engaged in KxnethinA so 
simple as limmng "freedom of ex- 
prenioa and freedom of choice.'' As 
a matter of Cact, one could say diat 
dds depnved penon was using his 
freedom of expreasioo and dwioe to 
impow a value system on others diat 
called Cor violence to die poim of 



By your very argument, it would 
mat you would have sqnorted 
Hiiler ta die diirties and forties just u 
yott have so qnicfcly come to die 
support of diis chibowncr and his 
goU mine of strippen. 

FATUOUS ARGUMENT 

Anodier popular but equally friu- 
ous argnannt so common today is 
diat we Uve in a democncv and 
dierefion have the light to l^wdom of 
choice and expresaon. It is a lUse 
one to be sun, for in ftiUowhig diis 
muddle hwded ttdafcing. you an re- 
quired 10 aOow an odiers dieir choioe 

sod CXp0HOOIl« 

Let me present you widi an exam- 
ple What if your neighbor dedda to 
express himself at duce in die mom- 



Suspects collusion 
by gas companies 



ing by playing loud mucous music 
and duowing rocks at your house? 
Woukl you let him cany on even 
diough you had to be in> to work early 
and needed die sleep? I am quite sure, 
sir. dnt you would take steps to 
ensure die peace and tranquiUity to 
which you would feel endded. 

What if he disagreed? The next 
step of ooum would be lo call in a 
diird patty. We bodi know dwt ooe 
party woukl be required to cede dieir 
right to self enueisioa to die aCba 
party's choice, ui odMT words, we are 
free to expreu and choose as long as 
we do not Infringe upon die 'lights" 
of odiers. So you see, dien reaUy is 
no such thing as die freedom of 
ejqxessioo and die right to choose. 
This coocqit has been misundertood 
and misstated for to kng diat every- 
one believes iL 

The bet b dmt for the most part, 
we an more free to does we please in 
a democracy dum any odier form of 
governmeM. But common sense 
draws die line whenever we choose to 
do somediing diat faifHnges on some- 
one elw's well-being a diat is an 
affront to dieir human dignity. To do 
as we idean is most oertahdy not a 
right u much as it is a privilege. 

Dancing nude or semi-nude in 
front of odien can neva be consU- 
ered correct a legitimate behavkw. 
Not only are we being forced R> 



Just diis past week I noticed die gas 
oonglomentte of this area has put out 
dieir sigh to tani the tourists away. 

Dkl you. the general public notice 
diat gas hn ov dty has gone up two 
cents a litn? 

It just seems rklicukMis to cekbrate 
in such a rotten maimer—— not only 
one company, but diem all They 
seem to stick tofedier. don't diey? 
It's sad to say dien's no co mp et lt to n , 
just a big family of gu companies. 



I travelled a flood part of die 
provkice bnt wedi and gas is only 
two cents a litn mon m our dty. 
Everyone just seems to do whatever 
diey like widi us hi diis, die northern 
part of die province. 

I've received t el ephone calls ma 
the weekend bom people who were 
very upset widi die gas Mke. It aeenu 
like It cjuld be a collusion. 



John 



A. Dnfiy 
Bathurst 



T-shirt Day planned 
for summer festival 



The Badiurst Summer Feaithral is set 
to take plaoe July 22, 23 and 24. 
To increan die community's 
awsn n eu and sqiport of diis year's 
fesitval wean otganidng an oOicial 
T-shirt Day to mark die start of die 
fesifvsl on July 22. TUs day wiU be 
prodaimed by Mayor Ken Fkenette 
' s next dty council meeting. 




Badiunt Souvenir Shop. 175 Main 
St, or from our festival office. Suite 
6, Badturst SupetmalL 

Do not hesitate to drop in at die 
Souvenir Shop or our oflke or place 
yourorden now by caIUng94S-4248. 

The following orgaid^wdns have 
abeady purchased dieir T-shirts: City 
of Bathurst. 60 T-ihlrts; Jacques 
WMtfM«,,G9«qMa»< U .I^sUns; 
_ _ - ■ 24, 




wear mem on omemi THWn'd^. mt. 7 T-shirts; and The Nortkern 

TheshinsanwhiiBwithanattnctWe Uaht, six T-sMrts. 

Mvybtee print of die fiBsdval'skigo. Thank you for your support. 

They an on sale for onhr $10 (taxes Heather Aleumder 

taidadedD and asi> avaUable at die Bathurst Fcsthral Conmission 

Gyplogist enjoyed BHS 
ewibitioii on mining 



Kf^irit^ lived fai BadMBst for a few 
y ean iJ b w , it has become evkiem that 
if one |ias someddng posithw, nefa- 
dve. important or not so knpoftMit to 
say, and you ndly want to make sun 
everyone gets the message, you write 
a Letter to die Editor at fAe VortAem 
Utkt. Let's talk about minfaig. 

Mon apedfkally. let's taUc about 
MkiingWeek. b U wafckig hi our 
regkm. What I especially want to say 
is oofttratukdons to Sdnol District 
IS lodBranswkdc Mhdi« and Sndt- 
ing. I Visited dastrooms and die 
terrifitfprojecttondiniiayatBadNirst 
High School on May a, and it is veiy 
obvious dnt die endiusiasm and 
knowted ie die students from evenr 
grade displayed has come fkom more 
MA, a week-knt focus on minhig. 

I waidied OradiB 1 students buiU a 
mine and show me how rock is 
moKrdit from anderground to surfiaoe, 
and Grade 3 sttidenti quesdoned die 
fs^idafflentals of plate tedooics. 
(Mde 5 showed me dw environmen- 
tal risks and management at die 
smdter. and Qrade 11 tried dKir best 
to he^ me to understand how diey 



Reiinion is planned 
foi- Black Point School 



Then win be a gadiering of aU 
fonner pupils and teachers, and their 
partners, of die Black Point School on 
Ana 6 

I^ details of the activities, write 
to Mis. Sadie McConnack. RR Na 1 , 
Nash Gnek. N3. B(» IZO widi a 
mmped self-addressed envetope, or 
oil her at 237-S4IS. 

Pre-payment must be received by 
Sadie Mt later dan July IStocasnn 
Hhnisston to die dinner snd dance. 



tolerate diis degeneracy, but othCT 
human beings sre imposing their 
indecent improper demands upon our 
society. This is an affrom to our 
human dignity and — because of this 
— an aa of vkilence. The lack of 
blood does not diminish die severity 
of the act. This will effect everyone. 

You can not really tove yourself if 
you ted driven to cxpoic your most 
intimate self to odien on a public 
stage. And you can not kwe yourself 
or odien if you assist odien to debase 
thonsdves in die pursuit of this 
self-abusing role. People an bdng 
hurt l^ diis affair and if allowed to 
continue, one letter writer so aptly 
put it, doe will be a n^ative impaa 
on diis community. 

It woukl do us all a tot of good to 
remember diat if we abuse freedom 
(ix. by making perverse chokes) 
then we will surely lose Uiose 
freedoms. 

In dosing. I woukl like to say dnt 
sadly enough, h is true dnt dien an 
shops selling X-nied onterial and 
dnt dien an not being picketed. But 
does die lack of protnt in diis can 
excun die wrong, or does dds presett 
protest send die signal dnt enough is 
enough? 

Ridi Doucct 
Badiurst 



Wisemans helped make 
trip a memorable one 



(EdUet'B Mot»: 7b« teUemlna Mttr rv- 
hn t» Urn ncmH trip kf a aumbtr ol 
Mtf Mawan 



aadu*- 
mt»lmlneltiflH Fnn om,8LAublnaur 

It wouM be undiinkable on mv part 
and sad in my estimattoo diat I siwukl 
not publidy say a sinceie dnnk you 
to Graham and Linda Wiseman. 

Pbr two persons, somewhat naive 
about worid travel, die two pve to 43 
persons a wonderful trip to Ranee 
and Engbnd. The tact that travd 
troubles and problems wen not a part 
of our voyage, we wen allowed to 
tee, lean and enjoy all dnt was 
ocaining around us. 



It allowed each one of us to focus 
on die goal of diis trip: to share 
emodooB, tove, sadness, elation and 
pride which wiMld have been over- 
shadowed by wony about luggage or 
our next stop. 

Linda and Graham left no stone 
unturned to have us experience die 
trip of a liCetiine. Thank you again, 
Graham and Linda — we are proud of 
you, extremely proud to have accom- 
panied our gkirious veterans and 
especially proud to be a Canadian. 

Up die North Shore! 

Jessica Ryan 
Bathurst 



Seeking descendants 



I am seeking conenondenoe widi 
die desoendanu of William Ward, 
bom around 18QS, and his wife, 
Marie Bczeau. They were living on 
Mlacbu Island nntU.ld^m'adeadi 

Some of die childrea were named 




John. James. Elizabedi and WiUiam. 

You can write to me at S2 Oak- 
ridge Dr.. Marquette, Michigan 
49855 USA. 

Thank you very much. 

Mary H. Tarvey 
Marquette, Mkh. 



A penny saved is a penny earned 



Bathurst residem Bruce McMaster finished rolling four years' worth of 
pennies bst week. It took him 80 hours to roll die 79.500 pennies, shown here 
in a whedbarrow. The $795 in pennies hss since been deposited at Mr 
McMaster's local bank. 

(NorlhMn Ugtil Ptiolo) 

Eleven acts booked 
for Jam By The Bay 

T-shirts are now on sale 



had applied nudiematics to mfaiing 
problems. 

The mfaiing supplement authored 
by studems was excdfaid How 
much more Uaerestfaig than die tech- 
nical monotone we used to subiect 
die pubUc to! 

Mining Week is about science, 
lechnokny, die environment, non- 
renembie resources, opportunities, 
and realities. And. how we an choos- 
faig to balaace it aU. Miafa« Week is 
givlaf our chiUreo the oppoituniQr to 
un de rs t a nd so they csui determine 
dieir own balance hi die fhtiire. And. 
along die way. a tot of diem an 
having just ptaifai Am learning about 
rocks. 

A necial dumk vou to die teachers. 
You Kt us come m to paftidpate in 
die dassroom and we usuaOv babble 
too king. Bat. you give us die same 
encoun^ement and understanding 
dnt you give to our chiUrea 

An entbusiasdc geofegist widi a 
tendency to babble. 

Dob Burton 
Batbunt 




The one room, eight-grade school 
houK dosed many vean ago. 
The school buiUing a none, but die 
two-holer is stiD stamuig. Permis- 
skm is behig sought to enter upon die 
propeity and tidy die grounds. 

(Then an probably readen who 
do not realize dnt Black Point is 
mid-way between Bathunt and 
Campbelllon on die Bay of Chaleur.) 

Ira M. Bcattie 
RrcdcrictOB 



The number of bands on the Jam by 
the Bay '94 roster is up to 11. 

Organizer Bob Leniion sakl diere 
may beroam §brM»vatt«imk buiher 
roster is abtedy flUed fa) Utt Aiig. 6 
outdoor concert at Youghall Beach. 

Confirmed bands indude Tchhraz. 
Wild Pitoh, Shot fai The Dadi, Rk> 
Grande, Toolbox Lizards. Border- 
line. Les Oranges Bleu. Joe and the 
Bovs. Eddie and Diaiie, Seonence 
and the Tanning Ramones, all from 
the Bathurst area. 

The bands will pUy 45-minuto nts 
each, starting at 2 pjn., and luiuiing 
until 1 a.m.. entertaining concert- 
goen with a mix of rock, pop and 
country. 

Mr. Lennon said 3,000 Jam by the 
Bay admisston T-shirts are now on 
sale for $20 each, plus GST. whkh 
include die price of admission, and 
some activities. Youth under 16 get in 
for $5. aixl recdve an admission 
bracdet 

AU pronts go to die Chaleur 
Regional Civic Centre, said Mr. 
Lemion. 

"We are only printing up 3,000 



T-shirts, and then we'll sec how ihcy 
sell. If they go well, we may sell 
more, but we could also limit it to 
3.060, so people better buy Okit 
T-sMttt bany, to guarantee they get 
one." 

The T-shirts are on sale at Imprcss- 
km Printing, the Bathurst and Bcres- 
ford Greco ouUets, the Petit Rocher 
and Badiuist L'Igkx) oudcts, Bath- 
urst Irving Car Wash, the City Far- 
mer's Market, Depanneur L'Express 
Ptoxio, and both the Beresford and 
Bathurst Depanneur L'Exits, JX. 
Convenience. Boutique Jasela in Tra- 
cadia, as well as a number of odier 
outktt. 

In addition to live music. Jam By 
The Bay will feature a pan-sailing 
operadon from Newcastle, a sea-doo 
demonstratkm by Big River Sports, 
ponv rides, food court, face painting, 
sandcasde-builifing contest, snd vol- 
leyball UMimamenL 

Jam by die Bay b a first for 
Bathurst. and proflts will be donated 
to the $ 12ii mUlion Chaleur Regional 
Civic Centre, bdng constructed on 
St. Anne Street. 



CANADIAN TIRE TIDE TIMES 



TIDE TIMES - Bathurst Hartnr 

Mj HIGH 

12 06:45 19:25 

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00:45 14:05 

01:35 14:40 

02:30 15:20 

03:30 16«) 

04:45 16:45 

06K)5 17:30 

07:30 18:25 

08:45 19-.25 



July 12 to July 19 

SUNRISE SUNSET 
05:36 21:21 
05:37 21:21 
05:38 21:20 



05:39 
05:40 
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21:19 
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CANADIAN TIRE WEATHER TALK 



Firefighters raise $300 

Memben of dto Badiurst Fin Department traded their fin hoses for garden 
hoses Saturday. The reason was for die fin department's sixdi annual charity 
car wash, whfch ndsed nproximaldy $300 for die Muscular Dystrophy 
Association of Canada. Muscular dystrophy, die fire depaitmem's chosen 
charity, is a chronic, non-contagious diseaw which causes a person's muscles 
to completely deteriorate, eventnaUy resulting in complete inc^aciution. 
There b no known cure for the disease, and die cauM is unknown. I*ictured is 
firefighter Robert Langbus doing his part for die cause. 

(Norttiwn Uglit Ptwto) 



July S 
7 
9 
II 



MAX MIN 

25.0 75 

18.0 11.0 

20.0 11.0 

27.0 17.0 



RAIN MAX MIN RAIN 

1.6 July 6 23.0 ISi 

11.6 July 8 16.0 11.0 0.6 

12 10 29.0 18.0 1.0 



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Sports Department 
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EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY 

lA CHICKEN SNACKS 



1124 ST. PETER AVE. 




6A — ^Thc Northern Light, Wed. July 13, 1994 

FOOD FUN AND FLING FESTIVAL 

Organizers are hoping to 
raise $15,000 for scholarships 



Fue up your ovens and dust off 
your fiddles — cookie bakers and 
amateur flddlen are wanted for the 
upcoming Food, Fun and Fling 
Festival. 

At a July 7 press conference, 
festival organizen John and Tomi 
Carey uid they are still kx>king for 
entries for their cookie bake-off 
slated for 2 p.m. July 24. The Car^ 
said there is no fee to enter the 
cofuest, and people stand to win a 
$200 value Joico hair care basket, 
food processor, or a set of dishes. 

They are also looking for all 
amateur fkkflen fsom the regicn to 
lake part in a fiddle contest, slated for 
July 23. The contest will be judged by 
Natalie MacMaster, the acclaimed 
Cape Bretcn fiddler. 

Both events are just two of more 
than 30 different events, activities, 
and amateur and professional musi- 
cal entertainment planned for the 
festival. The festival will take place 
July 22, 23. and 24 at the Careys' 
resuiurant in Salmon Beach, Careys 
By The Sea. 

The Careys outlined these events 



at the press conference, as well as 
explained the purpose of the festival. 

'This is not for Carey's By The 
Sea, it's for this area, said Mrs. 
Carey. 

She explained all pipfils bom the 
festival will be placed in an endowed 
scholarship trust fund, to pay for 
post-secondary tuition for people 
from the area interested in studymg 
anything related to the food sector, 
from cooking to quality control. 

"We want to help support the 
young people bam this area, so they 
can go on to get a good education, and 
return to this area to work and live." 
said Mr. Cuey. 

They said Aev hope to raise as 
much as $15,000 from the festival 
this year, lo put into the scholarshm 
fund. This money would be endowed, 
which means it woold never be ^xnt, 
but used to (BoerttB interest, which is 
then used for the scholarship. This is 
the usual way adiolarships are set up. 
to ensure thqr are ahvays there Cor 
students from future generations. 

The Careys themselvei are not 
pocketing any of the profits, but are 



volunteermg their tinw and energy to 
organizing this event 

^This is a community afbir. and it 
will only be a success if the people 
from the r^ion come out. We are 
doing this because we believe if von 
live m a community, you have to be a 
giver, not just a taker. You have to 
give back to your community, and we 
are fortunate to be able to give back." 

The Careys estimaie attendance at 
the festival will range from 3,000 to 
12,000, but sakl it will only reach as 
high as 12.000 if people conoe out for 
the events bam this regkMt 

They said they hope to make the 
fiestival an aimual event, to draw 
important tourist doUan into the 
Chaleur rMun. to be spent at all 
businesses In the area. 

They are also happy the festival 
coincides with the Batnurtt Sttmmer 
I^tival, so even more tourists will be 
drawn to bodi events, they said. 

Anyone interested in enletittt the 
cookie baking contest, or the niddle 
contest, should contaa Carey's By 
The Sea. 



Vacancies on District 7 board 
to be filled by end of August 



A couple of vacant seats among 
trustees of School Distria 7 are 
expected to be fdled by the next 
sitting. 

Ycmnde McLaughlin, superinten- 
dent of the distnct whch administen 
French schoob in the regkn. sakl 
Tuesday she expects the two posi- 
tions filled by the next silting of the 
board of school trustees. That meet- 



ing is scheduled for Aug. 30. 

Rachel Kenya of Bathurst and 
Femand Comeau of Petit Rocher Snd 
both resigned from the board last 
spring. Mrs. Kenys left following a 
shift in careers: Mr. Comeau left due 
to health reasofu. 

It is up to the Department of 
Education to appoint two persons as 



their replacemenu. That proceu is 

only completed once ratified by the 
Lieutenant Oovemor. 

Ms. McLau^in believes the de- 
lay in appointing new trustees has 
been caused by the recent changeover 
in Lieutenaiu Governors. Marnret 
McCain has assumed the pott from 
Gilbert Fum. 



CMHC says fewer housing starts 
in Bathurst area bucks N.B. trend 



The Bathurst housing nuvket re- 
mained stagnant for the first six 
months of 1994. 

A July 11 release from the Canada 
Mortgage and Housing Corporation 
stated cofutruction on new homes in 
the Bathurst region remained lower 



this year than in the same period in 
1993. 

FhMn January to June this year, 
only 33 new homes were built, 
compared to 40 in the same period for 
1993. For the month of June, new 
housing starts totalled only 21. com- 




pared to 22 new staru in Jane 1993. 

This goes against the provincial 
trend. whKh revealed for the fifth 
consecutive month, new home con- 
struction in New Bninswk± has 
improved by more than 10 pv cent 
from the same period in 1993. 

Predericton lead the province, with 
79 new homes started in May akxie, 
and 313 new homes built between 
January and June this year. This 
works out to.72 moce homes built in 
to< daM in 199*. than were built in 
1993. when only 241 new homes 
were built in Freoericton from Janu- 
ary to June. 

The release stated the slower re- 
covery in Bathurst, and northern New 
Brunswick, wu due to stow recovery 
in the forestry secta. 

For CMHC purposes, Bathurst 
includes all muradpalities and unin- 
corporated areas between Baihant 
and Belledune, as well as Salmon 
Beach, North and South Tetea- 
gouche, AUardville and Big River. 




Little River Bridge reopened 

Uttk River Bridge on Baste Drive was reopened Monday Bight afrer being ctosed lor lepaiiSMK* the a^^ 

weeL A crew fian the provincial Depanmem of Tiansportation was replacing d» abutment oi ttelM»^^ 

(he bridge. Mfchel LaOroix, distria highway enginser, estimated the repairs at between $5,000 «" 910^. 

(Northani UgM Pneae) 



AUardville man admits to theft 



An AUardville man will be sen- 
tenced on three criminal durges 
Sept. 6. 

Rend Gilles MazeroOe. 18. u>- 
peared befose Bathurst provincial 
cout Judge J. FrederK Arseneauh, 
recently to plead guilty to one charge 
of break and enter, with theft, one 



charge of theft over $1,000 and one 
charge of theft under $1,000. 

Au three charges relate to a break- 
in at a private home on Lindsay Street 
in Bathurst. and die subsequent theft 
of a motor vehicle and licence plate 
from Bayskle Chrysler Dodge on St. 
Peter Avenue. 



MazeraUe was arrested bv the 
London, Ont police face and later 
returned to Bathurst by city 
detectives. 

He win appear in Bsthurst provin- 
cial court tor sentencing on the 
charges on Sept 6. 



Young offender jailed until trial 



A 16-year-okl yomig offender has 
been remanded to jail until his Aug. 
16 iriaL \^,_^ 

The yoii(k apj^baitd befoie Bitth- 
nrst pravincial court Judge CamiOe 
Dumas on July 8, for his bail hearing 



on break, enter and theft char^. The Bathurst City Polke favcMgaon 

*^*^2a3riMto^ar"3S'"* have tlso laM an additiomi two 

dence on Sl Aixkew Street, saM a SdlrtaA rfpSSdon •^tastS 

release frtm the Bathurst City PoUce. individual. r , 



Bathurst man is facing sex charges 



A Badiurst man will tppeu in 
court July 18 to enter a plea to sex 
chsfges. 

Robert Uvigne, 34. of 1147 Van- 
ier Blvd., sppoued fai Bathurst pro- 
vincial court to answer to three 



charges related to s July 1 incklent 
The Bathunt City POUoe have 
charged him widi one count of for 
sexual pupoaea, he touched a person 
under ne age of 14; one charge that 
for sexual purposes, he exposed his 



genital organs to a p cwoc ^uidBr die 
age of 14; and one onrie OJF wilfldly 
failing to comply widi a protadon 
order. 

His court date is July 18,toenters 
plea to tfiese charges. 



Melanie Gionet, a nude at die MiniM and MinetU Intetpretadon Centre in 
Petit Rocher, gave Yves Bedard of Montreal a tOur of one of die centre's 
newest exhibiu latt week. The exhibit is called Pierres Qui Roulent (Rolling 
Stones), snd is comprised of minerals common to Quebec. 

(NorttMni Uohl Photo) 

'Rolling Stones' 
at mining museum 



An exhibit of 10 common minerals 
found in Quebec will be on display te 
Petit Rocher diroughout the summer. 

The exhibit, entitled Pierres Qui 
Roulent (Rolling Stones), can be 
viewed at the Mining and Mineral 
Interpretation Centre until Aug. 31. 

The exhibit originates from Thet- 
ford Mines, Que., and is designed to 
give viewers an idea of which miner- 
als are mined in our neighboring 



province, and some of dieir more 
common uses. 

The minerals on display are asbes- 
tos, clay, Umestone, mag^ile, gra- 
phite. Ittlite, talc, imeniie, mk:a and 
quartz. 

The exposition is geared towards 
the family, and the accent is placed on 
visitor participation. 

The Mining and MinenI Inteipre- 
iation Cenbe is open daily from 10 
a.m. to 6 p.m. 




cmr or BATHUfiST 

BATHURST, NEW aRUNSWICK 

CHALEUR RSOIONAL aVIC CSNTRf 

MVrrATWN TO TINOER 



^Iv ciMinQ kt #M oorttPBow foovn cf tfv PuMo Wtortis CsnM, BhwpM, PiA 



STnUCrURAL STEEL & METAL DECK - PHASE HI 

CHALEUR REGIONAL CIVIC CENTRE 

BATHURST. NEW BRUNSWICK 



On July 20, 1804 Q«nril Contractori may obtain tha tandw documanls from Iha oMca of 
JACQUES BOUCHER ARCHTTECTE LTtE, 1SS0 Vanltt BouL. Suta 202. BaltHnt. Naw 
Brunawtck, (SOS) 5Aa-4ex. upon dapoa* ol two hundrad dolva (Saoaoo) cMh or oattMad 
chaqua mada payabia to Jaoquaa Bouctiar AriMacta Ll*a. DapoaRiwa ba ralundad upon ratum 
o( documant* In uaabia condUon wittiln thraa waaka ol tha landar etoalng. If Iha documantt ar* 
not ratumad wttiki tha tima apacMad, tha dapoall «»■ not ba rabvnad. 



Thatandaf documantacantiaravlawdatttwConatn x MonAaaodaaon 
TTWf can alao ba raviawad al tha Pubic Worka Cantra. 380 Si 



oMoaa In Naw BnjnaMick. 
SI. Battwrat, N.a 



A Bid Bond in ttw amount olio par cant of Bid Prioa (Including QST) nmjat accompany aach Bid. 
Tha (uccatttui bidder wfl ba raqulr*d to provida > PartormarKX Bond and Labour arv) Matanab 
Paymant Bond aa tpacMad In iha Bid Documantt. 

Tha raquiramantt ol ttw Crown CorwtrucUon Contracts Act ahal apply to tha tandaring 
procadura* only, and tha raquiramantt of CCDC-2 (1962) Canadian Standard ConatrucUon 
Oocumants thai apply to tha contract 

TTila pro^ad it mada poaabit thru ■ colaboration batwaan tha provlnoa Ol Naw Brunawlck. tha 
Qovarnmant o( Canada and raglont. 

Th» lowaat/highatt or any tandar wi not naoaatvlly b« accaptad. . 



ALLAN BRANCH 
DIraclor of Purchaaing 




VILLE DC BATHURST 
BATHURST, NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK 

caNTRa civiaue RtoiONAL chalbur 

APPCL D'OPFRES 



al H iiiilii>ln>a»da ,__ 

Ma m/Hii n m fm^fk 14M0 pm. rnvvadl It W aott. itM 
tM Mtaltaa InnMMtmtM apt«a It ItnnakM * It artt * 

NaiMaau4nmaMok. 



.V. 



pmt It pta|M aaMM. Laa 



AaER STRUCTURAL ET PONTAQE O-AOER - PHASE IH 

CENTRE CMOUE R^QIONAL CHALEUR 

BATHURST, N0UVEAU4RUNSWICK 



A oornptar da marcradi, la 20 juHK 1004, Ita antrapranaura g^ntraux pauvwit oblanir laa 
dooumanta da mlaa an adjudication tu buraau da JACQUES BOUCHER ARCHrTECTE LTte. 
ie60.bouLVaniar,Sultt202.Bathurtt.Nouvaau-Bruna«ii«ck, (506) MS *tat, nwyananluo«>t»<t 
da daux cantt dolart ($200.00) comptant ou ch^ua oanM payaWt k Jaoquaa Bouehar 
Archaada U*a. Latratournar anbontMattaucoMrtdattrolttamainaa tulvantlalannak«4daa 
appalt d'oMraa. SI lat plant na tont pat ralourn«a au court dai trola tanrfalnaa, la dtpM da 
S200.00 na aara paa rambourtt. 

I 
Lat dooumanta da toumitaion pauvant ttra oonauitta aux buraaux da rAatooMlon da 
oonatnictlon du Nouvtau-Bruntwick. Las documantt da toumlaalon pauvani tgKamartl Mra 
oonaUlto aux buraaux daa Travaux Publquaa, 380, rua St-Andraw, Battiurat, N.-a 

Un d4pM da guarantia d'un montanl «gal * dix pour oant (10K) da la aomma loWa <k la 
aoumttton (inckiant la TP8) do( aooompagnar laa aoumlaatona daa antrapranaura gtntraucla 
aoumlitionnaira choM davra tourtUr un cauUonnamanl d'axteutton at oautlomamani pour la 
palamant da la makvd'oauvra al daa mattriaux comma axlg4 dana laa documanla cui^iauluiO. 

Lat pratcnpHont da la lot tur laa contracta da conatructkx) da la eouronna t'^ipaquant mat 
prooMuraa da d«volamant du prtoant appal d'oflraa aaulamanl. al laa docunwnlt da h larmiM 
CCOC-2 (1983), Canadian Standard ConatrucUon Oocumam (U tormuta CMMdItnna Typa da 
Conlrai da ConatruoHen) f a pplquani « oat appal d-oflraa. 

Ca projal aat randu poatt>la grloa A una cotaboraUon antra It provlnoa du l^ouvaau-Brunawlefc, 
la Qouvarnamant du Canada at laa rtgkma. 

Ml la pk» baaaa ni aucuna aoumitalon na aara n«caaaalramanl aooapt«a. 




The Northern Light. Wed.. July 13. 1994 — 7 A 




Young vocalists awarded scholarships 

On June S, at a year-end recital. Connie Fellowt presented three of her vocal studenu with music scholarships of 
$300 each, in recognition of the hi^ marks they obttined in the Badiurst Music FestivaL The scholarships were 
donated bv Hayden and Mildred Halheway, Daiyll Stothart of Stothait Toyota Inc., and Evan Moffilt of Bayside 
Qirytler Dodge. From left are CkmnkRUows, vocal coach; TiflanyAstle, 13,daug^ofChrisaiidMarsare(Astle 
ofBathurst;£vie Aiseoeau, 1 1, daughter of Randy and ElvaArseneau of Badiuist; and Lisa Muscat, 12. daughter of 
Sam and Claudette Muscat of BathursL 

(Northwn Light Photo) 



Scouters honored at St. Theresa's 

Members of the scouting movement were recently honored at St Theresa's Church in South Bathurst for their 
service to the Fvst South Bathurst Scouts. Pictured from left are Patricia Scott, Bathurst District assistant 
commissioner for Beavers; Allan Branch, council president for Bathurst District; Don Kenny, pin for lOyears service 
as scoutmaster, and Francis Stack, pin for IS years service as scout leader. Missing from photo are Marc uagnon. Max 
Guitard, Clint Good, Dale Glendenning and Sandra McGrath, who all received warrants of appointment; Marc 
Santeire, five-year pin and warrant of appointment; and Daniel Roy. woodbadge. part one. 

(Northern Light PtMlo) 



Club Comer 

Editor's nott: S«nd an- 
nouncOTMnit and dub raporta 
to TIM Northom Light Chib Coi^ 
ntr. 355 King Avt., Bathurtt. 
E2A 3Z3. AH notlcM ahouM bo 
racolvad by Thuraday at 8 pjn. 



BATBUMST AMT SOCIBTT 

The BaOMnst Ait Society met*» the 
fborth Wtdonday of aecfa month u the 
Atlantic Hoat Etocn 7 pjn. to 9 pjn. The 
next nwctina ie July 27. 
CAHEMACLUB 

The Nodhera Click Photo Onb meeti 
monthly in the Ncpisi|oit Cenlcnniel 
librvy. For infomution. call Vel Ward 
■t S46-3110. 
CANCEM SOCIBTT 

The Btthnnt Unil of the Canadieii 
Cancer Society can be reached tw phon- 
tnx Linda Lanleigne at S4S-9471. 

The Upper Oloacesta Unit (Bereafbrd 
to BeOeoBne nd eonoandtng areas) can 
be reached by phonint Dine Itoy at 
783-3068 or Rntfa White at 546-4337. 

Poor rejoindre I'onlU de Haot 
Glauceeter (Beraefcrd i Bellediine « 
emriioni) de la SocUU Canedienne da 
Cancer ifltehoaaK Diane Roy, 783-3068 
oi Rodi WMiB, 546-4337. 
CANSUKMOVNT 

CanSnmioant meds every third Wed- 
■ IMid^'inMt'lt^SbnarHoi^ aon, 

' pabentB, bndhr aad mcada. rar inforaia- 
lion. call Marjorie d'Ealremont at 
546-5591. 

SUKMONTEK LB CANCER 
Oroup de Mppoit poor pertonned 
I de cancer e( leor famiuet recon- 



ire k tons lee lar merdi do moit a 19h00 an 
ialoo des pompian k Poinle Vena. Poar 
information, ooniader Lodlle 783-2261 
oa Jean 783-4764. 
CARDS 

~hn Auction 45 card party is held 
Thnnday nighu at 7:30 p.m. at 145 
IXimaresq St organized by the memben 
of the Golden Age Home TenanU' 
Aiaociation. 

-The Big River Hqipy Agei Qub holds a 
vd party Thondayi at 1:30 pjn. in the 

; River Seniors Hall. 
-( .lob ViDa Chalenr hold* a card pwty 
Wednesdays at 7:30 pan. 




IWK donation 

Sharon Walsh, acting on behalf of 
the staff and students of Paikwood 
Heights Elementary Schotd. recently 
presented a cheque for $247 to the 
haak Walton KUlam Children's 
Hoq)ital in Halifax. The mon^ was 
rsiaed. by the school's staff and 
students, through a play and bottle 
collection. Shown with Sharon is her 
nine-year-old son, Ftaaer, a former 
IWK patient 

(Nortneni LiqM PtioIo) 



-Maple Leaf Senior Citizens' Oub hosts 

card parties at 15S Dumaresq St. Fridays 

at 7:30 pjn. 

-Card party every Sunday at 7:30 pjn. at 

East BadnuBt Knighu of Colombos Hall. 

Miranuchi Avenge. 

-The Balhmt Golden Age Onb has a 

card party at DeniB Fournier Home on 

Donunaq Street Tocedays at 1:30 pjn. 

CBBSS cum 

The Beraafoed Regional Cheas Clab 
welcomes angfone inifceeied in playing or 
teeming chMs. The cbib meeu every 
Sunday bom 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. at ibe 
Bathurst TnAt School. For infcrmalioa 
call 783-3121. 
COIN CLUB 

Balhnrst Coin Clnb meets the last 
Toeedsy of each month at 7:30 pjn. at the 
Kinenea Centra on Victoria Avenoe. The 
next meeting is Johr 26. 
COLLBCnONNEURS 
D'BPiNCLBTTSS 

Nos iteiioni oot liaa 1 19h00 tons lea 
pranien mercradi de chane mois dans U 
aaOe d'activilte de U bftiiothftqne pn- 
bliane Msgr. Robictiaad de Beresfard. 
DIAMBTICS 

The Baibant and District branch of die 
Cenadien Diabetic Aseorialion meets the 
second Monday of each month, in Room 
A of the Regional Hoepital Centre at 7 
pjn. The next meeting is Ang. 8. 
PIBXOMtYALCIA 

The Biliagnal infaromvalgia Oroap 
will be meeting in Jahr ami August, from 
1 pjn. to 3 p.m, at 2320 Bridge Sl These 
meetinciara on the third Sahnday of each 
BHotfajThe niKHniiiiaa ^iyly l4CaU 
546-3156 Car infasmaSn. 

lOab MB jfoB-aikn > 

Oais as Npr O^qts is an ssiocistion for 
gay men, leri>ian women, and faiaexnals. 
For more information, call and leave a 
message or write to OJ4X3.. P.O. Box 
983. Bathurst. NB. B2A 4H8. cr call 
783-7440. 
CAMiBLBKS ANONYMOUS 

Ooopolsive gambling is an addictive, 
progressive lii e ai e. If yon want heb for 
yon or aooeooe yoa love, attenci the 
Oamblan A n ooyinons Rrencfa group, in 
the Rafional Homital Centre Room A. 
every »nnd|^ at 7 pjn. or the English 
poop on Tnmdays at 7 pjn. at die 
Regianal Hosptol Centra. Room B-145. 
For information, call Daniae at 358-1919. 
GKOUFB LA KBNAISSANCB 

Avez-voos des ^tAmes de depress- 
ion, d'angoisse, d enxi^ pbobie. in- 
quitoide, stress, panique, obeession, ner- 
vont<, Emotif Anonyme pent vons aider. 
Lieu: 1210 rae Kine. Bathurst Reunion a 
tout les lundis. 7:30 pjn. Composer 
548-6110 on 548-3334. 
EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS 

Do yoo have symptoms of anxiety, 
fibofaias, deqMir, panic attacks, depress- 
ton, goih, Btrass. or o b ee aiw e and nega- 
tive thinking? Emotiona Anonymous: 
The New Beginning can he^ von. Engl- 
ish meetiiigs are held ovary Wedneaday 
night at 7:30 pjn. at 1210 King Ave. For 
more information, call Joanne at 
548-3334 or Lte at 548-6110. 
HBLNNG TO BEAD 

Laabach Literacy is a free way to learn 
to read through a totor. If yon wish to 
learo to read or caie to help someone else, 
phone 548-2570 or 548-2418. 
KINSMEN 

The BathnrM Kinsmen Cbb meets at 
die Kinsmen Coounnnity Centre et 790 
Victoria Ave. every other Mondiy et 6:30 
njcL The next nwetina is July 18. The 
kinsmen Vaa is avaOabIa for ase by 
community organizations. Call 
548-9498. 
LADIES' AVXIUAKT 

The ragalar monddy meeting of the 
Ladies' AnxiUaiy Herman I. Good VC 
Branch No. II Royal Canadian LMioo is 
in the legion aaditor iam die fintWSdnea- 
day of the mondi at 8 pjn. The exacative 
meets to the ladies' lounge at 7 p.m. The 
next meeting ia Aug. 3. 
UFE WBITEMS 

-For those who Iflce to write, the Bathurst 
Life Writers meet die fourth Samrdwof 
the mondi at Beat Western Danny 's. The 
next meeting will be July 23 at 10 a.m. 
Bfing your writings. 
UONS 

-The Jac(|net River Lkms Cbb meet the 
second end fourth Wedneaday of every 
mondi at 7:30 pja. at die Jaoqoet River 
Lkms Commamn Centra. The next meet- 
ing is tonight, Wednesday (July 13). 
MUinCULTUBAL ASSOCIATION 



-The Chalenr Region Mnlticaltnral 
AtsociationA^'Asiociation Mnlticnl- 
bueDe Reakm Chalenr meett the third 
Tneadiv of every month. The next meet- 
ing is July 19. For infotniation. contact 
Frences Oakes et 546^269. 
OVEREATBRS ANONYMOUS 

Is food a problem for you? Call 
Overeaters Anotiymoas: dien are no 
fees, no weigh-ins, no diets. We are a 
feUowship. Meetinp are held at 7 p.m. 
every Monday at dte Kiddie Madnfe unit 
in the Chalenr Centre. Call 548-8735 or 
546-6417 for infcrmaiion. 
no UFE 

Women in crisis pregnancies, mothers 
in need and those dealing with port- 
abortion difficttldes may ciJ] for help at 
the toO-free number 1-800-665-0370. 
KOTARY 

The Badinrst Rotary Chib meeu Mon- 
dws at 12:10 pjn. at The Adantic Host. 
SEARCH AND RESCUE 

Chaleur Ground Search and Rescue 
meeu the Tint Wedneaday of every 
month at 7 p.m. at the Bathurst Kinsmen 
CetUie. The next maetina ia Aug. 3. 
SOCmr TETEACOUCBE BAJH 

The Sooth Teleagoncbe Conomunity 
Han Aaapciatkm meeu the first Monday 
of each mond> at the halL The next 
meeting is Ang. 1. 
STAliF CLUB 

The Bathont «d Chileor District 
Stion Club bu ceased meetinp for July 
and AumuL The next m eeti n g wQl be 
Sept. 13. For mote informadon. call 
546-2671. 
ST. JOHN AMBULANCE 

yov 'CummaaityT 3tui'"nt Sk^ Kmi 
AmbnIaiKe Brigade (Bathurst Adah Di- 
viskxi. Can 558-6073 (pager). 
TABLE TENNIS 

Le Club de Tennis de Table Chalenr 
desire a leurs soirfas de jenx sent lea 
lundi. mardi et ieodi de IShio k21h30 kU 
m e n a n i n e de f'Ecolo Secwn deire N^itsi- 
gniL BienveiBW k tons. 
TOASTMASnBS 

-Le CtabToastmasten Chalenr sertenit 
tons las marcredis k 7 pjn. dvis la 
Charnbra 210, CoDkge Conimanantaire, 
ne do CoDkge. Bienvenne k tt>ns oenx 
int^resat dans 1 art oratoire. 
-The Bathurst Toastmasteis Clnb meeU 
Mondays at the Sl George's Analican 
Church hall. 432 King Ave., from 7 p.m. 
until 9 pjn. 
TURNING POINT 

-Turning Point ia a group to hdp abusive 
men. The French group meets Tnnndays 
Gram 7 pjn. to 9 pjn. and an English 
group is held Weoteadam at the same 
time. For JnCoimation, cadi Richard Gal- 
l»t or Use Oo<fin at 546-1215. 
VON 

-A VCm Heakh Clinic k heU at Shop- 
pers' Dmg Mart, Vanier Boolevani. 
every Wednesday hom 1 pjn. to 4 p.m. 
CLUB MEETINGS 
GkwcssUr lODB 

The June meeting of the Olooceeler 
Chapter lODE met tt die home of Regent 
Todi. 

Letters were received from die veter- 
ans' mit, thanking as for the picture of 
die Queen which was donitod, and from 
die Bathurst Music Festival for a cash 
donation. 

Two acfaolarahips were neaented at the 
Bednitst High School graduation, and we 
win continue with oar monthly donation 
of bcana to the Bathurst Volunteer 
Centor. 

A iota] of 107 magaziiiea were deliv- 
ered 10 the Regional Hoapital Centre in 
April. Over thie suminar iiMnths, any 
magazines can be delivered to Peggy 
MilchelL 

There was a citizenshqi court in Cara- 
quet in May, but sirtoe we did tut have 
snfncient notkx, no chspter members 
were able to attend. 

b wee agreed to bay some baOoons for 
distribution during Canada Day 
celebr«iona. 

There wiD be a northern zone meedng. 
open to all members, in September. Plaiu 
are under way, and pnmncial officers 
win attend ttie meeting. 
Attrio Sodcty 

Tne Oloocester Anglo Flag issue is not 
dead. 

On Jane 26, an outing for the Gloacea- 
ter Anglo Society was Tield at the Herit- 
age Catrm site Bass River, wtdi approxi- 
mately 200 membe n and childi«n in 



attendance. A fun day was enjoyed by all. 
As well as games for children and adults, 
hot dogs, hamburgers and pop was served 
for lunch. 

The membership gave its q>proval for 
the Gloucester Anglo Flag, previously 
designed. Our only hold-up now is raising 
the money for the flags to have them 
made. There does not seem to be any 
money available from the provincial and 
federal govemmena for English culture 
in this province. 

We will have to pre-sell the flags, cost 
SSO per flag. Anyone wishing to purchase 
a flag, make a donation or want a 
membership are asked to sent it to 
Gbocester Anglo Society, RR No. 1 Site 
11 Box 4, Bathurst NB. E2A 3Y5. 

An oOicial receipt wfll be returned. 
Note: We win get onr flag and have it 
^ing in die near fuOire. 
datboUc Wobmb's League 

The N.B. Provincial Council of dw 
Catholk Women's League of Canada 
heU dieir 47ih annual convention in 
C:ampbellton Jurw 10 to 12, with dele- 
gaiea representing the Dioceses of Saint 
John. Bathurst and Edmnndston, as weU 
as the Archcfiocese of Moocton. 

The opening. heU at Sl Thomas 
Aquinas Churra. was celebrated by Rev. 
Wdfred Benoit, pastor, and Rev. AUison 
Carroll, spiritaal adviser of the provincial 
council CWL. 

This was followed by a social, hosted 
by the Knights of Cotnmbus. Entertain- 
ment wss provided by The Chalenr 
Echoes, an aU fentale a cappella group 
front the CampbeOton area. 
>■ 'l%»JaMllaal42MtskiaaSmastings. 
' cnaneo uy pravmcisf pieavoeni nway 
Bntts, were hiaUlghied bv a'Sl.OOO 
donation to dw Hayeavtlle. NB. Disaster 
Relief Fund for die raoent victims of 
floods in diat area. Abo at the meeiin|s. a 
resolntioa stating oppositioa to wtal 
tiasae harvesting for research and medi- 
cal pnipu a ea wu passed. A concern 
raganUng the ethics sanounding this 
issiM prompted the passing of this resoln- 
tiwL It win be forw a rded to be consMered 
by die national council at the August 
convention in Vancouver. B.C. 

Members also voted nnanimoasly to 
send a press release to sn major newspap- 
ers in the province, supporting die provin- 
cial government's position opposmg the 
planned opening of the aboitwn clinic in 
mdericton in the near foure. They also 
declared their further opposition to the 
opening of any abortion clinic in New 
Brunswick. 

A letter congratulating the newly- 
appointed Lieutenant-Governor Mar- 
garet McCain win be sent on behalf of the 
provincial oounciL Mrs. MoCato is wen- 
known to the members of the CWL of 
N.B., in her position as chair of the Muriel 
MoQKieen Ferguson Foundation on Re- 
search into Family Vnlence. Congratula- 
tions were also extended to provincial 
president Maty Butts, who received her 
life membership in nstional council on 
Mm 14. 

Ins banquet. heU June 11 et die 
CampbeUion Civk Centre, featured Dr. 
Angek Hickey as gneat sfieaker. Dr. 
Hidcey. currently practicini ia Badtarst 
and fonnerly of Matplefaridge, England, 
is an active member of the pariah com- 
munity of Onr Lady of die Rosary in 
BadiursL Dr. Hkkey's address centred 
aronnd die CWL dieme of llootod in 
Gospel Vahies" and its application to die 
1994 International Year of dw Panuly. 
Dr. Hidtey stressed die importance of 
traditional family valuea rooted in the 
gospd as essential for the bnOding of a 
healthy society. 

Scrspbooks representing a year in die 
life of a CWL ooundl were snbmitled for 
judging from each of die four dkioeses. 
The winning council was Sl Theresa of 
die Linle Flower of the Badmrst Diocese. 
The election of officers on June 11 
resulted in die foltowing slate for 
1994-96: President, Gertmde Nowhn, 
Oramocto; President-Elect, Consunce 
Firloue, lacquet River, First Vice- 
PresidenL Rejeanne Beaulieu, Perdi- 
Andover. and Second Vice-President, 
Bbuud Brennan, JohnviUe. Pamela Whit- 
taker of Moncton will serve as Secretary 
and Riu Mihier of SackviUe, wiU act as 
treasurer. Conveners elected were Lor- 
raine Clark. Perth-Andover; Joan White, 
Bathurst; Ann Doucet, Rodiesay; Marie 
McLaughlin. Grand Falls and Araia 
Downing. Perth-Andover. Archivist end 



historian will be past president Mary 
Butu of Morx:ton. Frattccs Murray of 
Campbellton will continue to serve as die 
life member liaison to die national coun- 
cil. Rev. Allison CanoD of Sl Michael's 
Parish in Moncton continues in his 
position aa spiritual advisor to the provin- 
cial CWL. 

The semi-annual meeting of the NB. 
Provincial Council ia planned for the 
weekend of OcL 1 in Sl Vincent de Paul 
Parish in Oromocto. The 1{>95 Annual 
Convention will be held in Sl Mary of die 
Angels Parish, Perth-Andover, in celeb- 
ration of their 50th anniversary and die 
50th anniversary of die Edmundston 
Diocese. 

This report was submitted by E Ann 
DouceL convener of communications. 
N£. Provincial Council. Cadiolic Wo- 
men's League of Canada. 
Bathurst Art Sodcty 

Ten members of the Bathurst Art 
Society attended the June meeting held at 
die Atlantic Host. President Adrienne 



Hazen opened the meeting by reading the 
purpose of die society , and Dianne Cotton 
read the minutes of the previous meeting. 
A lengthy discuuion regsrding the Vic- 
torian Tea and Ait ExhibiL held June 26, 
followed. It was decided members would 
meet die day before to set up for the tea. 
and food ideaa were finalized. The num- 
ber of paintings for display was 
determined. 

Members voted to purchase 18 art 
appreciation tapee for use by the society. 
It wu decided the public be invited to 
view the tapes at nitnie meetings. 

President Adrienne read a letter from 
the Royal Overseas League, requesting 
works from young srtisu for display 
overseas. She also mformed members of 
a proposed New Brunswick Society, 
where works of an wouM be exchanged 
between N.B. communities. 

Before adjourning, a short discussion 
was hdd on die fdl project. The next 
meeting is scheduled for July 27 at die 
Adantic Host. 



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MMEHORIAH 




LEQRESLEY-ASHBY 
LsQrsslsy t Van Aihbf. Buh- 
ursi, June 28, a girl. 
WHriE-aOUDICAU - Unda 
WMis t JsaivQuy BoudrMu. 
Moadoo. June 30. a boy. 
FOURMER - Janiqu* A Tony 
Foumlsr, Poinis-Vsns. Juns 

28. aoM. 

MURPHY - John I Susan Mur- 
phy, Nor#i TslBQOuofw, Juns 

29, a boy. 

nov - SyMs « Dwilt Roy. 
Bsrs s lDrt. Juns 30. a boy. 
COMEAU - Roswnonds Cocn- 
Mu. f^oims-Vsns. Jiiy 1st. a 

PTTRE - Johanns A Owns PIM. 
Ounkip, July lit. a giri. 
GUITARO-ROY - LuJi QuMvd 
t Mchsl Roy. Nigadoo, Juns 
29, a boy. 

OUNNOOUCET- SyMaMas 
Dunn 8 Rogsr Oouosi. Baih- 
urst, July isi. s gM. 
BOUCHER - Colomb* 8 
EtwvN Bouchsr. ShMa. July 
1M. a boy. 

LEQER-HUSSEY • Susan 
Lagsr-Huassy 8 Jsllrsy Hus- 
■•y, Bstwasi, June 30. a boy. 
ROBERT-OOUCCT - Annb 
Ronrt A Ahvi Douom, Pitfl' 
Roohw, Ajfw so. s boy. 
SPARKS-VIENNEAU - Rutt 
Vvtaperto 8 Joal VWnnsau, 

mVdJBH ■ ^ffn^ I 

MIOU»SE-U»ir 
NM«ey Mousse 8 

June 28. a boy. 

TEELUCX • Carals 8 Osorsy 

Tsekjok. Owhom. July 3. a 

mCHAROSON - BwtfM 8 Las- 
tsr Richardson. Tracadis- 
ShaNa. July 4, a bm. 
HACHE-CHAMBERS - Mo- 
moueHadi* 8 Paul Chwnbart. 
Bahsduna, Ji* 8. s boy. 
LANORY-DESROSIEftS 
ChanM Landry 8 SMphana 
Daaioslari. AkMa. Ji<y 8. a 

iSL 




COUTURE • In loving 
memonr o« m y deer Itua- 
band f£&tm^ who peaaed 



away 10 years ago July 18. 
*« w * w *f y * •■"or. 

Uimitg ymkUm kmHaekt 
TkM mntr fan awmf. 
Loved by w«e CwmeNe. 
eons Qerard and Oeorge. 



PERSONALS 



Marc. Mkitale * Alex. A 
good Ome was hod by aH. 

W01 aee you in tw tsHI 
Ijove Irom tie wtwte crew. 



SERVICES 



M & R ODD JOBS 

W«do: 

• Renovation, rooflrtg, 8idin0, carpentiy. 

• WaMirtg, febricate, repair auto frame, 
buikHng trailer hilchee. 

• Lawn mairtenartoa & landscaping. 

Our prices are raasonabis 

For more info caH: 546-8027 

or 546-5226 or leave a mesaaoe 



H & R AUTO SERVICE 



Parts & service 

for 

V.W. GoN, Jstta, 

Passat, Fox & Audi 

Gas & DIeeel 



Motor, transmieenrt. 

shocks, brakes, 

iTuifflers, tires, 

NB IrMpectkm 

Licensed mechank: 



2945 N. Tetagouche Rd. 546-6701 



CARD OF THANKS 



BOUDREAU - The tMnNy of 
tie lala Eugerte D oudreau 
would Ika to tiank afl lamBy 
and Hends ttoi gave us 

ness and fils paaaaig away. 
Your kbidneaa wee greaOy 
appredatod. Thar* you to 
Or. R. I Isnnseay. Dr. 8ank- 
aran. Dr. E. Gtortet Speolai 
ttonks to tw nuraee and 
staff o( 4ti East loar lor 



support. The Boudreau 
tarrwy. 



DALEY - The lamay ol tte 

■w to tw* DrTwfhHe e 
Qoulafd, tw nuree a amf 
sialf 4ti floor wast of tte 



_ ne noraae anv s wii of 
tie Foysr Noee Deme oe 
Lourdes, Rev. MIcfiele 
Smlti, choir 8 oraanM, El- 
ftatton Funeral Home, pai^ 
bearers, twee wtw at- 



: V ,...-lo,l« 



CHUCAHE 



BABYSITTER 

Wams d. 1_0-18 timat a 
awve^ 2 cMdw 1 8 4 wa. 
oU. ID bsliyei M honw, |^ 
nouaawoik rsQuifad. Non- 
tmohar. Hue hoM a maan ol 
Irwop u i Ml aw. Gal Rsclial: 
847-01M 



DEMANDE 

Recheiche gardienrw 
d'snfant pour oaider 2 
enfanis igte 08 7 ans 
ot 4 arts, dt 7:46 a.m. A 
5 p.m. Avec exper- 
ience et rMArenoes. A 
pemr du 2S aoOt Se- 
laire A dacular. 
54»4243 



WANTED 

LooUng for a makav per- 
son to care tar a 20 fflontt 
old KKMar In our eam 
honw toeatod in Biidaau 
S ubdMafcw. Job la M 



houaaoNMiL To begin on 
or before Saptomber Isl 
oal afiar S pjn. 

548-2266 



Thank You to li twM iMho 



syiniMUhy 
mam tfoi 



wno Drougni looa ■> 
Y our Wndn eea 

Ttw Dfltay toTNljf. 



ROY - La ta mtje de Marie 
Anrw Roy vouofoto lemer- 
der to poreorwwl du Foyer 
Dame de Lourdea 



pour lae bona aotrw quMe 
reoolt preeentoment, et 
auaal P8re Samuel, Pire 
Foumier el P8re Roydela 
parolsae Saint Rosaire 
pour sea bellee 



WATSON - The tamly ol 
ttw lata Evelyn Wotoon 
wtah to ejcpreea Iwlr abv 
cere twnhs and apprada- 
8on to tw doctora and 
nursae of 4ti Eaat and tw 
Extanakw Care Unit, and 
apecM tionk you to Doctor 
Robert Wtilto tor tw excel 
lenl core. Thank you to 
Fatwr LSve Araansou and 
Foltwr Emte Foumier af>d 



at tw Rjrwral Maaa. Spe- 
cial twnke to organtol He- 



ll lOORUM 




THIBODEAU Arthur 

1m kuM (• mt Hum Jnt, 
tm win k Hm 8wdL 
W* Imk dnm On nmd ami 
htatktwttmOi^mmihlm. 
Wkf 4* wt ftti ■• lamj/kltr, 
Jml ftim mtdifM 
UH 9* mkjamft fmr 

n* way kt ■«(. 

lr« Mi % aa4 armtr. 

CrlrwrfasaC 

la 8e awa ifttU nay. 

t* alaiqw kai m Jtkt. 

tt'i mak» m h^ 

Ami ht'i mt mir aata. 

T%trt WO ailwqw Vr 

4a twflf fmct im mr hmit 

Ntm dmt ht'i gmi 

Sadly missed by wife 

Cloe«ikla Mid ohNdren. 



Atoo to Etwt- 
ton'o Funerel Home, 
paftwerera, and Hdy Farf>- 
1^ Counol C.W.L SpaoW 
twnks to at twee who sent 
sy wp ati y ar>d maea cards 
towers, mada dorwdorw or 
brought food. SIncare 
twnks to el 
In a 



PROVINCIAL OVERHEAD DOORS 

We now manutaciure & supply haidware for el 
sizes of garage doors, akmg wtth saies A inetiie- 
tfon of oarage, doors & a cM eeorles for oonvner- 
del, induskW A resfcJenliel. Our overhead door 
springs ere cut by the eocuracy of a coinputer and 
are avalabie at wholesale & relal prices. 
EMERGENCY 24 HR. SERVICE 

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CATERING ESPECIALLY TO 



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SENIOf^ 



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• Otaanl ia ion. • HOUSEHOU} RENOVATIONS. 
AOOmONS OR EXPANSIONS. PAINT1NQ, CAR- 
PENTRY, ORYWAU A PLASTER • YARD A UlfW 
MMINTENANOE A TREE TRNHMNQ. 

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Bathurst Phone Danny Valley 548^77 




La cantquo , ^ 

d'aoupuneam al harbatoi^ di Baltwnl 

LoM Wtight tht HNlttiy Wayl 

AleeT>ire 0«wr Pakte 
ipundure treatments 
By Swedish or Shiatsu massages 
and refisKotogy 

• By hygienic trealmenU of the cok)n 

• And b^ proper natural products 

DR. MATHIEU FLEURIMOND. N.D. 

Naturo-Therapeutist • Acupuncture 

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185 Mein SUeet 548-3888 or 684-5144 



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MfHtoees «Ml aKnys be re- 
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BATHURST 

MINOR 
BASEBALL 

CALENDAR DRAW 

JULY 13 

$100. winner 

Reg Gammon 

350 RIverskto Or. 

Bathurst NB 



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FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

1977 - 17 ft. Fyw MmI 
Wfc^vsnrolsw^ltOOO. 

18 Hodiay ReoHes ew4«. 
8/WO BaasbaB ewdt. all lr< 



54S«)95 



ARTKUS FOR SALE 



leee Srwwmobae "Salwl* 
80 ortainal mlaa. $1800.! 
arwwplow tar 1 /2 Ion $1 28., 
rooerd player S10.. 40 ft. 
exianaion imder ground 
wire. 783-6430. 



1-Plokra «iitndow,112 In- 
ohee. 7-Rueoo windows, 
double-glazed with 

1-237-2118. 



A «. T FIREWOOD 

( ■ '.■■'m cut 1') 
'■ ;lh mixod h.'fd- 
ivond Homo dc'livory. 
finn rofd 



DMnQ room tabio wNh 4 
ohaira , in tubular stool, 
wMto A flroy In color, 1 yoor 
oM. S328. CaB 54»4701 
430 pjn. 



FIREWOOD 

FOR SALE 

8 IL lengtw. $86 oord 

4 ft. lengths. $7S cord 

16- out ft split. $110. 

OOCD OtOVOfM. 

7S9-46S0/7O-4S83 



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BLS'.'^?C=|P£RSO'JA. 



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101S m PliMlpei BsmM 
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- Gsnsral Conakudion 

FREE ESTIMATES 

783^)902 



DAN'S 
CONSULTING 

Training in Baaic's of 
\Mndows3.l 8 Compu- 
ter raoommendalians 
for home or buainae a . 
Cal547-M88 



DISC 
JOCKEY 

Wide variety of music 
to satisfy aH tastes. 

Phone 548-5105 

or 546-5250 



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948-8934 

Boe main m.. 

Bathmrmt, M. B. 

fmuKAma 

ART CLASSES 
and GALLERY 

WalsroolourB, drawings 
and drawing la ea on a . 
Preschool to adult 
worlnhops. Cal: 
Jaan-Franoaa at: 

546-5718 

Fax S48-3784 



CLAUDIA'S 

FABRIC 

SHOPPE 

is now 

OPEN 

546-2884 Salmon BMch 



ARTOES FOR SALE 



FrIghMre loe Machine. 
Mafcea 2 4 baga parday. 
ExoaSant oond. NewworVi, 

Oe-humldlTler. $8o! 
54eO80Z 



KHohan oaMnelB, auloma- 
Uo In loor o8 healar. toole, 
radto shortwave record 
player wMh B-lrack tape 8 
reoords 8 much more. 
237-8377. No ooaeci 



ReMgeralor. alove, 

waahar. waaher, dryW. TV 

i$80.), dreaser, atoves 
l7S.(warfclng). 548-302S. 



A VENDRE - Sofa et tau- 
teulanauSde. Auaal 8qul- 
pement de golf pour 
iemme. Appalai 847-«Me. 



Set of goV dulie, rigtithand 
dube, never uaaa Bag 8 
cart Inotudad. S100. One 



12 speed CCMSeo. 
846-2662. 



Orlena< njg. 127 X 187. 
Unique rwalAgantB de- 
algn, vermWon and blue. 
Brttlah India wool. 
84e-487e, Jean-Paul. 



GARAGE SALES 



2 Famay-Sat Ju^ 18. 8 
am-1 p.m. 681 OONALO 
AVE. Rain or Shine. Toye. 



bed. 



Oarage Sale- 3 FAMILIES, 
SaSJrday July ie»i. 110 
Mercury St. 6 a.m.-12 



opp. 

Canada. Sat 8 Sun. 1861 8 
1 7ti J«iv, 8 am. IViie Famt- 

pkantetg WSiigai etc 



YARD SALES 



South Tetagouche, Just 

Mat FaNa. Ju^ leVt. 8 a.m. 

1 pjn. \JM of cMhee, a. 

oowfty sMs, etc Canoaitod 



^uper ISunday Sale. 1160 
Vincent 10 a.m.-2p.m. 
Ooni oome early, but atay 
laiel Wtaitout ecjulpT Moot 



Yard Sale. Sakirdav, July 
18, at 881 Queen Street. 8 
am. - S p.m. 
Sunday, JUly 17. 



Yard Sale. 618 Duke St 2 
lanMaa. Saajrday Ju^ iee« 
al eflO am. 



Yard Sals. 1800 Bridaau 
Ave. Sat July I6ih. Rain 
date July 29. 830 to 1XW. 



Yard Sale, 8aL, July 16, 8 
am. at 636 King Avanue. 
Rain date, Sunday. Juy 17. 

Yard Sale, 8aL July 16. 8 
la m Msa,8am. tolznoon. 
At 886 Pdrler Street. 
Cancel If rabi. 



Yerd Sale. Saaaday July 
166). 8X)0a.m. to 123iooa 
860 Payne CL off Rough 
Watar Dr. 



Yard Sals. Sa8«day July 
lem. 8fl0 am. Ram data 
July I7ti. 346 Pitnoeae Dr. 



Yard Sala. Sat, July 16, 
starfng ateflO a.m. at 846 
Duncan Court 



Yard Sale, SaL July 16, at 
132S St. Joeeph Ave., 
P a r K uDood, 9 am. k> 4 pjn. 
Rain dale Sun. July 17. 



Yard Sals. 336 Yougha8 
Dr. Sat July 16tti. 6 am. - 
12 pm. FumNure, houae 
hold 



PETS FOR SALE 



Poodtoe tor Sale, 
old, females. 1 
beige $200 
783-8418. 



a 2 

each. 



MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE 



1978 Yamaha 360 UmHed 
Edition, excellent oond. 
Alao bid. leei Yamaha XL 
lor porta, new 8rae. 8300. 
far boti 646-4612. 

1964 Honda Ootdwing In- 
taratala. Excellent oond. 
WM trade for 4 «vhoeler. 
783-7377. 

1902 Yamaha Sega II, 000 
oc. 11,000 km. eaoaSent 
condition. $4,000. Call 
783-4863. 



BOATS FOR SALE 



16 1/2 ft Sunray a pea db oet 
wNh M kallar, 66 HP Mer- 
cury, hydrauac W, Maiack- 
1dB. 64»4784. 



CAMPOS FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

- ■ c.inipiT S2 00n or 

■i'' (or 4 whri- jpt to.' 

or -..iddU- hor-jO 

783-2710 



VANS FOR SALE 



1968 Plymouth Grand 
Vovageur. 138,000 km. Ex 
oellent oond. 4-4 rouee 
dou t tae. 87,300. 783-8860 



1068 Astro Van. 
848-2319. 



CaH 



TRALBB FOR SALE 



1972 Flipper 
travel trader. Very 
oondMon. 846-8a29. 



good 



Vro oeaeview nero-np 
lani iraBar lor a^, S600. 
Cal 646-3866. 



1978 Be aewie DL6 h ard 
lop line iTMOr, Moopo m, 
hImMo hMt, 9 way Mdba, 
900d oondMon. S4S-318S. 



1979 tMer taver 

Noanoed, 1 7 1/2 taet S way, 
aeming, a8 doubia 
i.$3006. 64e«111. 



1961 *Un»(* flNh wtwel 



awning, atr 
mag wfieela, battery, flran^ 
Hy fumaoe. 24 ft. Qood 
oond. $10,900. 366-3460 
6 p.m. 



1963 18' Sunline Fifth 
Wheel: awning, Iridqe, 
etova^quean ate bed, wB 
ttaei (to8e^ elnk, 6 afwwar) 
Al oondWon, Inalde 6 out 
Lots of atoraoe apaoe. Idaal 
for amaN truck. $7,S0O. 
Phone (806)848-3630. 
BatHirat. NB. 



Tent IraBar lor moloroyde. 
Indudea aodar, stove, ra- 
dio, cassette. Asking 
61,000. For Into. 8464106. 



IRUCXS FOR SALE 



Ford Ronoor 4x4. DOMor 
olBorlna ooMor ImbIma. dt- 
iced lor quick sale. 
822-6203 or 847-6677. 



AtnOSPORSALC 



1960 Ctwwolel' Camaro, 
pour pk» tflnlofmallon, 
tjiaphcnaa au 8464620. 



1883 Toyota Teroal 4 WD. 
S1760. neg. Lota ol new 
perta Body needs ■"■^' 
S46-26«2. 



1966 Toyota Teroal 

Cal 646-4261 or 646-6836. 



84 ma^jncr , apWas 



Ceieury 
rtoadedi 



waQon, kjly 
or beat cffar. 846-2786 al- 
tar 6 p.m. 



1866 Plymouth Raftwfit. 
123.000 ton. M 
61,600. Cal 646^R)e6, 



1960 Ford Tempo. K400. 
nag. CaB tor mere feitorma* 
Son 846-3624. 



FOR SALE— 1988 Jeda 
VW. gaa. ExcaBant oondl- 



WAinEOTOiUY 



Recherche anclanne 
BAIONOIRE EN FOtlTE. 



783-7167. 



\wantad to buy - cars for 
parta CaB 846-3624 ask tor 



JOB OFPORTINTB 



-$«75Wtrtcly- 



to make a^Mi beadad 
oanings, year round, at 
' to. send a asW- 



velope to: ACCEX 
CRAFT-82e Noiwast 
Rd., Suite 613, Ext 
3307, Kingston. On- 
torto. K7P 2NS. 



AVO 



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A SUMMER JOB? 

Join Avon now 

and get your 

'SKIN 80 SOFT 

at a reduced price. 

CaH now 

548-4686 or 

779-6826 



JOB OPPORTUNnY 
CLASSIC CUT I 

(Beresford) 

Looking for one pert 
time and one full time 
experienced hair 
atyfest. 

CaN 547-1180 



SALES 

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ktcome? WewatooMiv 
for ttaee paiaona win 
have na abMy to Ib- 
craaae twir praaant In- 
oome. Qpportimlly to ad- 
vance into mansgawm t 
I n canBva a . Foryowpar- 
aond Inian^sw oal: 
546-4429 



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SELLING? 
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and get a 

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Phone 54&4491 

to pkue your 

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Jdr only $7.92 tax tn- 



cash, cheque, vl»a & 
matter cord actxpted 



Your menace vM. appear WEDNESDAY A 
FIUDAY to announce your $ale 



JOi OPPORTUITES 



PHARMACY TECHNiaAN 
WANTED 

To wofit in dlepansary. Muet be bilingual and 
heve experience wkh phermacy oontputer. FwA 
time or fuN time. 

PHARMACY EXPERIENCED ONLY NEED APPLY 
Apply in person to: 

DerriH ArseneeuR 




■Jif^/^ (fi^fflnf 



PORTRAIT STUDIO 

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One of Canada's most netionaHy recognized 
Portrait Studl08...SEAR8 PORTRAITSTU- 
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STUDIO MANAGER 

• Permenent fcil-time 

• Compstkive wagee ft renge of benefits 

• Periodic bonus ft staff discount 



PART-TIME ASSISTANT 

Any previous experience in retal eelee end/br 
menegemenl is not neoeeeary but aie an eeeel 
AbMy to work wlh the oLMfc ie a muetThe 
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10M a.m. - 12:00 noon 

2M) p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

TUESDAY, JULY 19 

10.-00 sum. - 12t)0 noon 

BATHURST MALL - 1300 St. Peter Avenue 

Balhurst. NB 



The Northern Light. Wed.. July 13, 1994 — 9 A 



iU>/>HTIgWT8 FOR HEKT 

1. 2 A 3 iNNlroam apti 
UohMlid. WIti Iridg* A 
•loM*. Rlv*r*ld« Dr. Call 
54^4881. 

1, 2 A 3 badroom apart- 
manli tor rant Plaaia call 

a4»28a6. 

1 A 2 BEOf«X>M apis 
FrMga A ttava. No pats. 
548-9127. 

2 BEDROOM apartmant 
w«h Md0a A stova. At 261 
St. Patrick Straat. 
S4»-9eS3 or 548-1006. 

1 BEOnOOM APT lor rant 
on Vanlh 8t Frtdga A stova 
Inlcludad. $300. mo. 



1 A 2 BEDROOM i^ 
Haat. atao., Mdoa A stova 
mdudad. Naar NBCC. A 
downtown. 846-0821. 

1 bdnnapi FiWgaAsiova 
Ind., na pali. Naar Chalaur 
Camar MaA. 848-2270 or 
848-207D aftor 5 pm. 

1 bdrm apt. partaty furn- 
lahad. Waehar/dryar ind. 
HMiM* Noffi wtnctfMf. No 
pato. 546-2108 Utor 6p.m. 

1 bdim. i^, lumlahad. 
hsaiad, aduNs only. Lo- 
oatod at 186 Main Sl CM 
546<742. 

1 bdnii aBi Rua du Parte, 
D sriaate ri . RMga A atava 
aupplad. UnhiHid. $280. 
marttt^. 84>-a627. 

1 bdrm. apt, haat A aiact 
■uppAarf, fumWtsd or un- 
lurnlthad. t376./mo. 
846-8470 altor 4J0 p.m. 



1 badroofn baaamant apis, 
fumlahaa, naatod, lights 
not Ind. $370.mo. 160 
Munroa. Cdl 846-3706, or 
846-23X altor 8 pjn. 



1 bdffn bSMnwniflpc. HMt 
« •Mrtd^ Ind. Fridg* A 
ttov» luppltd. $400.Ano. 
Soutfi Baiwrtt 546^360. 



1 bwlKMMn, 2 bwlfooni Bptt 
inBatHjrat Ml.: Mtor. 
frkftQS A stO¥9. ror Monnft- 
tfOfK 649-2B06 Mk lof Tom. 



1 b90OQfn bSMflMflt WM) 

lAatacMdV 






Ind. 




2 BKQnOOM ninwh^d flpt 
h WM Batmrat Waatiar/ 
dnfsr IwotHip, prWato an- 
wnca. 846-2ia. 

2 BEDROOM bMamantI 
apt tor rant Fridga A sto^w. 
Cloaa to K-MhI FOr ktfor- 
mafcncal S4»3264. 

2 bdrm apt Rua du Pare, 
mraaaira. r-noga a aiwra 
lu pplad. $300. monttily. 
Unhaatod. 846-2527. 



APABTMENTS FOR RENT 

2 bdrm apt St. Anne Straat 
Fridga A stova, A hot wator 
suppHad. $355 monthly. 
Unhaatod. 548-2527 

2 bdrm apt. Fridge, stova, 
washer A dryer Ind. Berea- 
(ord 548-9444 or 546-6753 
altor 6 p.m. 

2 bdrm apt Fridge, stova, 
washer A dryer Ind. Beraa- 
iord. 548-0444 or 546-6753 
aftor 6 p.m. 



APARnPnS FOR REIT 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 



2 bdrm apt Fridga A stova 
Ind. Prtyato antranoa. Un- 
haatad. $360. /mo. 
546-4347 or 546^880. 



2bdrm. baaamant apt, Be- 
reslbrd. heated, fridge, 
stova, washer A dryer, 
$4507mo. Cal 548-0540 or 
546-1208. 



2 bdrm basement apt W/D 
hook-up. Fridge A stove. 
$340ymo. Haat not Ind. 
546-5300 or 546-5300. 



2 bdrm. tMsement apt, 
Douoat Subd., partially 
fumlshad, $40O7mo., haat 
A Ighto Indudad. 548-4123 
after 5 p.m. 



2 t>drm t>asament apt. 
Fridge, stove, heat A alec. 
Ind. Mnsa Rd. Avail, imme- 
dlataly. $375. /mo. 
546-0066. 



Bright apt. lor rent, 
$27^5. /mo. unhaatod or 
$3757mo. haatod. Cal be- 
tween 8 A 5. 846-8747. 



rsnov a tod large 3 
bdrm., wNh laundry room. 
slave A Mdga aupplad. In 
NIgadoo, airalabto immadl- 
ataly, $378./mo. haat A 
llghto not Ind., 848-9628. 

3 bdrm duplex. Carron Or 
Largs yard. Oulal nai(^toor- 
hood. $4007mo. UnhaMad. 
Aval. Aug. 1st. 5460116. 

Large 3 bdnn. apt wHh 
flraplaca. heat, llghto A 
csMa Ind., $678./mo. Atoo 

1 bdnn. apt, hsat. Ighto. 
caUa tod. , $3287ino. . 1470 
Maria, call 547-0007. 

2 iMdroom apt to Baraa- 
tord. Fridga A stova in- 
dudad. For mora totorma- 
lon cal 547-8377. 

3 bdmta. Fridga A Stova. No 
haat A alec. $3007mo. 
Laundry faclllllaa. 
846-1960 or 646-8309. 

3 bedroom duptox, oantr- 
ifly tocalsd. $400.Ano. Un- 
haatod. Near schools. 
MgtAua. lat 846-2646. 



ABOVE AVERAGE 



i-16-r)7l3 



2 bdrm basement apt 
Fridga A stova Incl. 
$330./mo. Appleby St. 
patamt 846-09y. 



iiMia BL rtnga^jB mbw 
IraLMa-aMStMr 8 pjti: 



2 bdrm ground laval apt 
Caipatod twoughout 2 pto- 
luw wtodowa. Private art- 
tranoa. Stova A fridga. 
AdiM only. Aval. Aug. fat 
846-4381. 



2 bdrm esoon d Roor furrv 
Wwd apt Comar of Rlvar- 
ald* Dr. A 8t Pator Ava. 
$4107mo. Adults only. 
B4B-911& 



2 bsdroofii Ml lor ront 
Haat A atooMdly indudad. 
CUMMOMartorSpm 
lor ffiofv IntonnMon. 



2 badrocm apton e mail Dr. 
1 bttdfoom flpt on PrInooM 
Dr. Amm. wMiMdMwy. Cm 
84»»iao batw aan iwn A 
6 pfffi tof nw% MorfiMtfon. 



2 bsdroQiM ape botfvoom, 
Knonsn, wwip rooni. rnoB* 
A 8lov# Inoi. Ncwhf rono- 
viMid. tSOamo. rfo pato. 
W.J. Cormlar Co. 
B4«-282e. 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Wastmount Apts. 
Bacholor apartments 
only. Call; 
'----360 




APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

492 Paifcoid* (Down- 
town), 2 bedrooms, 
fridg* A otovo In- 
dudad. $395. mo. 
AvaHabto April 1st. 

546-3216 



APPT. A LOUER 

; . I.' .lord. 2 ch,:iiil:ii 
rouchor rclri^cr.ili ' 
' poole inrlu". 
Tripphono?. 

"■J2-29?'i 



APPARTMENT I^OUR 
ETUDIANTS - 2 ctambras 
Aoouohar, maufato. En taca 
du ooAAga. RAaarvA maln- 
isnanl pour I'annAa aco- 
Wra 04-06. Auasi dtoponl- 
bto pour TAM. Compioaas 
546-1109. 




Laig* bachaior 1 a 2 badroom apts, oompi«t«iy 
ronovatod, canlraily locatad, dosa to CoHag* a 
Shopping Contra, laundry facilities, sacurod 
buMno. Indudaa Wdoa a slova. 



548 5234 or 542 2074 



5.;8 5215 



HQQyiNC JITP. 
SUMMER 
SPECIAL 

FREE MCROWAVE OVEN 

«Mth a 12 mor«h Isasa 

DOWNTOWN - 1 A 2 
bdrm. apts., newly rerx>- 
vated with hardwood 
floors, new laundry la- 
dlitiss, ample parking, 
fridge A stove, un- 
haatod. damage depo- 
sit required. ADULT 
BUILDING. 

EDDY HOUSING LTD. 
8:30 a.m. - S p.m. 

546-7331 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 bdmt. apt., stove a 
fridge included, 
hooi(-up for washer a 
dryer. Situated 694 
Appleby Street, 
$360./mo. unheated. 
548-4354 
5464147 



APPT. A LOUER 

1 cravnlw 4 oouchir, 
sMuvii BofMtora, Pwo9 
Heritage. lytoubiA ou 
norvmeubM 
APT. FOR RENT 
1 bdrnt, lihMiid In Boras- 

, nw nVMM, MMtr- 

iihod or unkimMiid. For 



542-1511 or 54Ma99 



Appt 2 chambras A 
ooucher, au centra da 
Pdnls Vafto. 8328 tno. 
rvsw Of mnyvraMUr lour* 
nis. 783-430r 



Appi neuf de lum Ms 
modame, maubM ou non, 
erWee prwee, porto pa l o, 2 
c hawbiea A coudter, vus 
sur to mer A Pototo WtU, 
783-7818. 



Appto. 1. 2 A 3 chantoree * 
oouchar, Batourat Btrea- 
ford A Pset Rochar. Prix A 
dtooutor. 1. 2 A Sbdrm. 
apto., Balwnt, Berasford 
A Pem Rochar. Prioa to bs 
783^61 Z 



Apt tor rant lor Saniora In 
Bana a tord. CsA S47-5720 
or 647-8920. 



AmA b« Wtm ilnr * I I ■ I liai 

Api toi fwmvooo riwynw, 

Mov#^' A^ lrlrio# wiCMMd, 
Ca|_Wjn«K»aid, " 



AVAILAMJg now: 2 b«l- 
room hMrtod Apt In Birv^- 
tord. $460MliffL No psit. 
Cdl 842-2024. 



AVAILABIf t bedroom un- 
haatod row housaa. On 
Magr Oodto Crt 8428.mo. 
No pato. 546-8963. 



3 bdrm. lown- 
houee apt overlooking 
BaVturst Bey. SSOOAnlh. 
Haat A Nghto Ind. No pels. 
848 8663: 



BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

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

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



BACHELOR apt -jtatOcl l 
oL LwInQ roofiif bOGFOom, 
dMr>g room. Frtdoo, tlowv 
A dlftliwMihor. $429. mo. 
846-0241. 



FOR RENT 
APARTMENTS 

1 a 2 bedrooms, off street parking, resident 
auparintandent, hot water induded. $330. - 
1375. per mth., aduH buikjlng, 615 Chalmers 
C6urt 

Can 548-8176 

WJndwrand Managament 



BEST RENT DEALS IN TOWN 



• 4 bdim. duDl«R $436Jln». imhaatad. 

• 1 bi*m.. aduk bMg., $335ynio. unheated. 

• 1 bdrm., |205ymo. unhealed. 

• S bdrm., |3007It». unheated, available Aug. IsL 

• Ot^ilex. has private yard and driveway. 

1 bdna apis, are in quiet aduH buUing, hot water 
indudad in rant, and are located in good wast end 
loollion, ctose to shopping. Look arotjnd, then call: 

546-6740/545^)591 

''till I 



Baohalor apt, furnished. 
Also 2 bedroom apt fridge A 
atowa. Locelad In Barea- 
tord. Cal B46-6686. 

Baohator apt neer K-Mart 
hirntohed. Iwet, etoc. A 
cabto supjplied $32B.ino. 2 
bedroom apto on St Peter 
$3eo.mo. Unhaatod. Bal- 
Qony A leundra ti 
6 46 3 4 Q a « 46 »l2a 




,'-\'! FURNISHED IINFURNISHFD 



FOR RENT OR SALE 




pMfjtool p i< l y (BMil ln1tll> .Lyywl ^^ 

' loora, IniplMt, prfcMtt tntant, potto, ihod, MIy 

uOnBMMy WnNnOO. [OTlMOnn. 

54£«378 or 548-4828 



BERESFORD 

Appt (la haut) d'un du- 

ex, situA dans un k*a 
Miqueriarduoenlra- 
vMa, eapaoe da range 
menl Poato at f6- 
Mglratour Indus, pas 
dtaufM, 475$ p« moto. 
Dtoponlble ler sept. 
Cornmuniquar au 

542-2865 



LARGE 2 bedroom i^t 
Elac., haat Mdga A ttova 
Ind. AduKs only. No pen. 
$475. mo . Dunlop. 
783-2018. 



LARGE 2 bedroom ept wtlh 
pe8o. Fridga A skMa Ind. 
t428.mo. 1210 ntvaralds 
Dr. 846-38»7. 

Lovely qutot 3 bedroom, 
main aoer, apt Ctoaa to 
BHS. Ind: aunpordi, stovs. 
Mdga A toundry hook-ups. 
t400.mo. Cal Danlse at 
848-8666 or 846^51 N. 



Modem 2 bdnn apt on 81 
Camie 8t to 1 atoray buld- 
Ing. I^tdga. stove, yard, 
andmora AduNs nopeii. 
8600.MI0. 848-6114 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



BaHa appL nauf avac bal- 
oon, 2 duuntHas A couchar 
PrAadu JsanCoutu. 1 mots 
gralull avac ban dun an. 
PoAls A relrig^rateur Irtd. 
Paa chauftA nl AclalrA. 
$50C/mo. 546-2002 joor 
ou 548-3277 aprAs 5 hrs 



NEW 2 bedroom, saml- 
basemant. apt Wasfwr A 
dryer hook-up, srww rs- 
moval. fridga A stova Ind. 
Security adult building. 
546-5115. 



NIgadoo. Small 1 badroom 
apt lor rant. Furnishad. 
783-4680. 



PETIT ROCHER - 1 bad- 
room, ground level, apt on 
watorfront Muat be seen. 
Fridga A stova Incl. 
$32S.mo. 783-2901. 



PETIT ROCHER - Appt 2 
chambras A couchar. 
Chauff* A AclalrA. 
$475.mo. 763-3512. 



Padt Rochar - 2 bdrni. apt., 
haat A hot «rator auppMad. 
$320./mo. Call 546-0607 or 
546-5070. 



STUDENT APTS - 2 bed- 
room fully furnishad. 
Across ttw street from toe 
colege. Reaarva lor Iha 
94-06 tomi now. Apto avaU- 
dbto slao tor toe summar 
amy. 546-1109. 



BERESFORD 

'I' ,v bubdtviMon Frtdqp 
skwp S furi.iiFi', ificiudrd 

548-8415 or 
548-9359 



apt tor rant 2 bdrma 4> 
smal 1/3. Fridga A atove 
ind. Utmaanotlnd. Paved 
driveway. S480.Ano. Aval. 
now. 546-3794. 



Bareatord. 1 t)drm. A dan. 
Fridga A atove. $380>mo. 
Al u««ea ind. Avail. Au- 

Klat 846-6068 evan- 
or 847-2969 daya. 



Eaet Betourat • 2 liadraom 
apt Batoroom, Mtohan, 1^- 
ing room, Mdge A stove. 
Heet A Ighto Ind. $460.mo. 
No peto. DepoeN required. 
84e-2828. 



BERESFORD-2or 3 bdrm 
ipli. M^oi. hnmodtaiMjf , no 
Is, 848-2394 or 
"1127, ^ 



FOR RENT 



546-9753 



F OR REW f 

A MWMy fOnOMtM 3 

apt wl«i siDvs A 
hodHip tar aashar A dryv. 
Rft^sM snasDos, no paa^ 
dtMMd ■ 2S4 JaequM St 



548-4354/5464147 



St Ame St - 2 bedroom apt 
Frtdge, stowe, heat alec., A 
calile Ind. $438.mo. Aval- 
eMe July 1st 946-3069. 



SUNSET OR 2 be<>qom 
apt AduMs only. No pato. 
Aval, end o( Apr*. 548-2304 
or 846-9127. 



«J»B ET DR-2 bdrm i^, 
frtdlge, stova A hoc wator 
suppled. Adulto onhf. No 
peto. $368Ano. 848-2410 
days,84»061 1 altor 8 p.m. 



SUNSET Da-2 bdrm apL. 
fridge, atove, hot wator aup- 
plad. AAAs ofly. No peto. 
MB-MIO d ays, S4»0 811 
eventogs A weehanda. 



2 bdrm, Mdoe A atove Ind. 
UMtoe not ltd. $3807mo. 
8464117. 



ROOIB FOR RENT 



ROOMS for rent with 
Mtohen A laundry tadNaa. 
530 Murray Ave. $200jno. 
54»«632 or 84»4286. 



Roome tor rent Wtohen ta- 
cMtoe. Neer N.B.C.C. A 
Downtown. Cal 546-6621. 



WANTED TO RENT 



A 4 bdrni houaeor apt to 
toe Batotfst aree tor $400. 
or a Me more a monto. 4 
aduAiand 1 smal dog wal 
talnad. LooMng tor e long 
tomi ally. 846^670. 



Coaage on Be- 
rsetord or Youghel Seed) 
tor tw aid week or August 
CaS646-2881. 



HOUSES FOR SAI£ 



HOUSES FOR RENT 



1 bedroom f>ouse, bath- 
room, kitchen, (ridge, 
stova, haat A lights In- 
cluded $450 mo No pets, 
deposi t required 
546-2926 



2 BEDROOM, partially 
furnished, home for rent In 
Points Verta Call 
783-2903. 



2 storey 4 bdrm fwuse In- 
dudtog garage. Centrally 
locatod. 783-2817 



3 bdrm house $4007mo. 
unhealed. St Anne CaN 
altor S p.m. 546-5574 



3 t)drm fxxjse, completely 
lurnlsfied. $350/mo. un- 
healsd. In area of Nicholas 
Denys. 783-8024 or 
546-3782. 



BEST RENT 
DEAL IN TOWN 

1 hinn houif. $4/3 ni 
iH>heatod V'/csl B.ilh 
lit ,1 locilion Priv;ilf 
dri7P\,v.jy & yiird. Au.iil 

iblo in Aucjuil. Look 

round & call 

546-6740 545-0591 



Executive fumistied iMme, 
on Ihe beach. Avalabto Au- 
gust 15th Cal 548-9640. 

Malaon A louer A 820 rue 
Prindpeia, Petit Rocher. 3 
chsmbres A ooudier. PoAle 
A rAfrlgeralaur oompris. 
ElectridlA pee comprls. 
$475.mo. 542-2006. 



Matoon A louer - me HII- 
side, Batourst Moto de juil- 
tol A eoOt ParAallement 
meubtoe. 546-2796. 



New home tor rant Locatod 
to St. Laurent RobartvWe 
15 mto. from Belhurst 3 
bdrme. Large b as s m ent. 
Wood A electric combi- 
nalad lumaoa. 783-4789 or 
783-3686. 



MOBU HOMES FOR RENT 



Big Rfcrer-Newly renovatod, 
2t>dnn. Fridge, starve A dls- 
hwaaher Ind. $375./mo. 
unhealed. WIffi option to 
buy. S48-9199. 



MOBILE home for rent 2 



diately. No pets. 
$328.montoly. 546-0127. 



COTTAGES FOR RENT 



2 bedroom collage, B 
tord beech. AvaiWito 
Aug 6lh on 546-8620. 

Sept spedd rale. 



Chalet prAsde to plage A 
louer A to aamalne. Appetoz 
763-2723 ou 783-0587 
(Paulne). 



COTTAGE - 2 bdrma.. ktoel 
tor construction worKers. 
AvsN. una July 9 A after 
Aug. 13. At 195 Beresford 
Beech. 542-2007. 



Cottage tor rent Salmon 
Beech. July 28 to August 
17. No peto. 547-0903. 



Fumiehed beech house for 
rani- Eaat Two weeka in 
AuBuat Cal 546-9640. 

dhamAree A oeudwr, en 
lace du quel. DIapontoto 
Itor Juto. 783-283B.(Una) 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 



Waiehouse tor rent to East 
BattNirsL Apply at W.J. 
Conniar Co. Lu. 846-2526. 



WAREHOUSE 
SPACE 

Approx. 700 sq. ft. 
with bading docl( 
and office located on 
St. Peter Ave. CaH 
Marc at 

(days) 

548-2273 

(evenings) 

546-2846 



COMMERQAL FOR RENT 



COMMERaAL 

OFFICE SPACE 

FOR RENT 

$290.00 par month 

288 square feal 
1428 SL P atsf Ave . 
Ptiona Amold Robinson 

546-6606 



APARTMENTS COTTAGES 
FOR RENT 



HOUSES 
FOR RENT OR PRIVATE SALE 



LOQEMENT RECHERCHE 
LODQINGI SEARCH 
'PrlvatBly own«d and oparttBd* 
498 King AvwHiB Btthurit. MB E2A ff>S 




RBOBTBI wMh our 
J 
FREB 




LOTS FOR PRIVATE SALE 



(X}IIIIERCIAL FOR RENT 



COMMERCIAL 
SPACE FOR RENT 

Av.iilable June 1'' 

542-9400 <• 
542 9450 



COMMERCIAL SPACE 
FOR LEASE 

Off ica, 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 



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 



OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime oflioe tpece to Key- 
stone Place. 270 Douglas 
Ave. For intorniation cal 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 weokdays 



OFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

1000 and 3000 sq.ft. 
available at 360 
Paikside Drive and 
500 sq. ft. second 
floor at 181 Main 
Street, downtown 
core. For information 
call Tower Jewellers 

547-1150 



OFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

Fronts on St Peter Ave. 

320 Square Feel 

$375.00 per month 

1428 St. Pater Ave. 

Ptwne Arnold Rotiinson 

546-6606 



COHAGES FOR SALE 



Wetor-feont cottage for tele 
in New kMi on Mercier Rd. 
extenelon. Ptione 
237-3614. 



CAMPS FOR SALE 



Cemp tor sale. 44 Cluster. 
Indoor t>atiroom. 2 tidrms. 
3D X 24. Steeps 8. In vmy 
good cond. Zone 7. Asking 
$10,000. 946-6098. 



CAMP 
FOR SALE 

4 miles from Popple 
Depot. Please call: 

546-2488 



MOBU HOMES FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

2 bdrm. moMahonte 12 
x54 4-8x12addMon. 
localsd In Kanfs Trailsr 
Park, cute A dean, must 
be seen. Newly deoor- 
aled, rugs, etc., 4 ap- 
paanoas A many extas. 

54^-3503 ^ler 5 p.m. 



SELUNG YOUR CAR? 

Put N In 

Tha Ctoaalflada 

546-4491 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



BUSINESS FOR SALE 



RESTAURANT 
A VENDRE 

Amie Friends Restaur- 
ant, Centre D'Aciwt Be 
resford Inleresse ap- 
pelez 

542-2805 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



PETIT ROCHER - Beautiful 
1 Storey home tXjM on large 
5 acre moedy wooded prop- 
erty. 3 t>drms. Besement 
garage. Wei twpi property 
Includes small brooK. 
$00,000. neg. 783-2963. 



REDUCED 



For Sew or Rent 
Immeculsls 5 bdnn. iioms 
in Squire Park, ceramic t 
hardwood Roori, finished 
beioment. peved dnve. 
1-753-7677 



LAND FOR SALE 

Approxlmalely 1 acre lot on 
Caron Drive, dty llmlB Pr 
toed to ssN Call $46 4877 



REAL ESTATE 



LOTS FOR SALE 

Cleved lot fcx sale GaHant 
S*. - GaHant Subd. SI 
Anne. 200 X 200 $7500 or 
will finance 10% down, 
$1307mo tor 72 monttis 
CaM 846-5714 

Lxrt for Sale, SutxJIvlsion 
Heritage (for duplex) Be^ 
reslord, NB CaH 365-3480 
alter 6 pm. or 547-5664. 



Waterfront 2.5 aae lots on 
Bale des Chaleurs In 
Polnto-Vens 783-4065 



FOR SALE 

5 unit apartment 
building newly rerx) 
vated. Located on St. 
Andrew Street. 
Please call between 
8:30 a.nfi. - 5:00 p.m 

546-7271 



WANTED 



RotMnvWe-ariGk House lor 
sale, aemi-nnishad 28 X 48, 
aslUng $45,000. Serious 
eels only 783-27t0. 



SQUIRE PARK 
1199 Staccy Mill 

Rf nucti fro'^ Si?2,0C0 
toS?5.000,l'fn.3bdrrr;5.. 
rif.ichpd gjr.nrjp, a lovely 
vie.v ol B.ilhtirl D.'ioin 
5^", '?3ir, or 547-107(1 



PRIVATE 
SALE 




House 

on large lot 

Salmon Beach 

546-2884 



House tor sele on IMirami- 
cN Ave Priced to sel at 
$39,»30 For mora info. 
548-4040. 



FOR SALE 

*A' same 2 i)drm. oot- 
t^e. luly lumittied, on 
waterfront, with 49 
acres deered, large 
suftdeck. screen room, 
2 sheds, live year 
round, private, very 
anxious to eel. lyiake 
Oder. Cal: 

1-779-4765 



Mkiae Road, Devtd Sudb., 
2 lidrm. eakina $38,000. 
Cal IMarte at M0-ett7. 



FOR SALE 

4 bdrm. waterfront 
home on 2.5 acres with 
e 27 It sbove ground 
pool with patio & meny 
olt>er features Plue a 
spectacular view of 
Baia 6t . Chaleutt. 
Asiung $9S,«>0. 

783-4065 



CHI>MAN AREA 

■OMer 8 bdim . hou se. E»- 
oiltont iDoton tar Ajnvntr 
oHTip, lihlng tnd hunino. 
Skm md on 3^ mem of 
tand, comor ol hwy #10 ontf 

aHmOn tWfm mOUml HOM, 

wt Wn W )4 ydi. of bo« 
tauncNnQ orsa lo irand 
Lite. Wo >d ID 99lf CM 
John KnoK - wooliindi only. 

339^10 



FOR SALE 

One building lot on 
Canobie Road, 2 ki- 
lometers from high- 
way 8. Call: 
546-5129 



HAVING A 

GARAGE SALE? 

Advertise it in 

THE NORTXERN UGHT 

CLASSIREDS 

546-4491 



Looking lor a mature wo 
man to live In with a senior 
lor companion. Non 
Smoker 546-4373 



LEASING 



AUTO 

LEASING 

Full Sne of new Chrysler 
products Immediate dellv 
ery on most models Lease 
can be tailored to suit your 
individual needs Quota 
tions given on request 
PHONE OR VISIT 
BAYSWE 
CHRYSLBt OOOGe LTD. 
9L Paler Am PIl 54^609 



NOTICES 





NOTICE 

mOCHETTERIE 

iUSVIEVXMOUUN 

RESTAURANT 

Nigadoo 

"You cani bring your own wine 

But you can enjoy it for the same price?''?' 

Phone for information 783-3632 



REAL ESTATE 



On!ij:>, 







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iMntMIM 



Ltd. 



toeiwd bsMmar*. pweiM Hon* In 
Mm sns^ M la*s. eifc a<*esrdi, tmftmm. ML& $7S.90a 
JtttaTMVBI • Incsne Prcpwiy • 4 b*m la - 4 Ixlrin. bsMRMrt 
9L <BML BiMi nisness. For Mis w rwt MLS. «•,«». 
LAND - W« Lmwlietf 4.S nas SDK dMNd. S» rrted trm. A 
fnniM onM twn Hwy. 194. MLS. 

Cat Data Douoalt 237-2078 



3 bdrni houee tor eale. Poe- 
siUMy of renMng ttw 

ment 10 min. 



tance from hospM. 75 X 
X tinMbai 



too lot 10 X 

E x celsnt cond. $80,000. 

Neg. 848-3033. 



A VENDRE 

Spn level avec garage, 
foyer, armoire en 
chine. Prie du CoH«ge 
Commurtautrira. 
783^71 



MAISON A VENDRE 

PETTT*ROCHER centra, nut Ar a anaau: 

Mnson 42* x 27, 3 chambrae A ooucher, talon et 
dhtette avec plart^ier de bole franc, entree asphaltee. 
Palo at foyer A ranriira. flemlaa 1? x 16' avec 
MecaicM. Prix: 49,500.$. TM: 799-7f7«. 




Notre Dame Street. 

30' X 40', 1 1/2 storey, 4 bdrms., 2 washrooma, 
cathedral calling, finished baaement, 75' x 100* 
bt. paved entrance. $88,000. 

546-5643 after 5 p.m. 



1 KENWV GROUP \, 
. ANNOUNCES ' - 



M~M 



THE REAL 

PROPERTY 

SUPERMARKET 



HOME OF THE WEEK 




818 SQUIRE GREEN DRIVE 
Cuatom oak kilchan eiMnato, hardwood & 
ceramic floora are featured in this energy 
efficient naw family home. 
Aconvaniant2car garaga, P.V.C. windows & 
lew maintaranoa exterior plus a full 5 yr. 
warranty aaauras you years of carefree living. 
And, hara'a mora good news: 

You Pay: 
- Property taxes 1994 
25% - Property taxes 1995 
50% • Property taxes 1996 
75% - Property taxes 1997 

Rnally: 

We will consider all offers. 
CAa TODAY FOR PRIVATE VIEWING 

PRICED TO SELL: 1015 VANIER 
BLVD. • 3 bedroom bungalow on a 
lOO'xtOO' landscaped lot, hardwood 
floors, new P.V.C. windows plus 2 bed- 
room aoartment. 

OOtri MAKE A MOVE BEFORE CHECKING 

THE REAL PROPERTY 

SUPERMARKET 

WE MAKE HOME BUYING EASY!!' 
1290 RIVERSIDE DR., BATHURS r 

546-3309 



MAISONS C£l£BRIT£ HOMES LT£E. 

HOUSE FOR SALE 

Located in PLACE HERITAGE SUBDIVISION 




This home features 3 bdrms.. vinyl siding, hardwood and cushion 
floors, melamine cupboards. Ail landscaping is complete and 
driveway is paved PRICED TO SELLI 

Also 2 or 3 bedroom homes under construction and available. 

If you have your land and plans, we will build your new home for you, 
complete with a 5 year new home wan-anty. 

Call Christian or Fidelin at 542-1 518 



BRTHOAY WISHES 



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tote 48 




BAPPrBOTBDAY 

Ceroid 

from aU of us 



CLASSIFIEDS 

are a great way to 

BUY. SELL OR RENT 

CALL 546-4491 



lOA — The Northern LiKht, Wed., July 13, 1994 



I 



BAYSIDE 
LEASING 
LTD. 

LOW RATES 

546-6606 

1374 St Paur Av«., BATHURST 



DAY 
WEEK 



MONTH 




LITTLE ADS 

GIVE 
BIG RESULTS 

NORTHERN UGHT 
CLASSIRED 

•7 .« plus GST 

TWO DAYS • 4 LINES 

INEXPENSIVE & 

EFFECTIVE 

Call 546-4491. 



HAVING A GARAGE SALE? 

ADVERTISE IT IN THE NORTHERN LIGHT 
CLASSIFIEDS CALL 546-4491 

REAL ESTATE 



BUYING! SELLING! RENTING 

CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS 
CALL THE NORTHERN LIGHT 546-4491 



REAL ESTATE 




A Non Profit Corporation 

Fostering Consumer Protection 
Ana Defect Protection 

Box 1212, Moncton, N.B. E1C 8P9 PH: 853-0111 
Service Bilingue 




REAL ESTATE 



LITTLE ADS 

GIVE 
BIG RESULTS 

NORTHERN LIGHT 

CLASSIFIEDS 

are a great way to 

BUY, SELL OR RENT 

CALL 546-4491 



SELLING YOUR CAR? j 

Put H In 

Th« ClasslflMto 

546-M91 



FLEET 
REALTY > 



IJANiVUJ • Tunttoy. 
JiMt bring groo«rl««. 
MLS 
WATKR FRONT LOT 



lo(lir» JsncvMs. MLS 
IMM HOMi 
Trt4*toKt BffMlofdi MLSI 




MLS. NtUl lu3&._^>^ i M— 



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7 WW, loMliri 961,500 HLS 



••2 JCfiO«K OOWAU, W- 
TTT ROCNER • Low priM, 
$7S,S00 MLS NaUa t14W0O 




no wnniouKT or. - ex- 

•eu«w* Subd. t13B,960 Exd. 

Fnncbw tse^. MLS Ffwdm 

Will our solid reputation help you sell your home? YES. 
SO CALL THE PRUDENTIAL TEAM NOW AT 547-8844 



PAYME 
64»«742 



NELDA 

OHIASSON 

S4M064 



FRANCMC 

FOURMER 

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S464121 



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REAL ESTATE 



548-0000 



BAYSHORE REALTY LTD. 

TEL 546-9913. FAX: 546-6144 

VEf.'SERS MLS StHViCE 



NEW UrriM O • Riv«r- 
fconi prapw^ on NtpW- 
QUil RKw. FWwnnan't 
draam. Lot IOC X 900- 
aporox. 

OOMMEROAL LAND • 
on SL PMw Avt. 23.000 
•q.lL phtt. 



EXELLENT inooiM prep- 
•rty foufplM in Mgadoo 
prioad in tmfO%. 
YOUOHALL BEACH • 

uniqua aiquiak baaoli oot- 

»h% lUnMtad A par- 
wMviiad. lot 75- X 
109. 



.%RB AC.irjI flllL HUl.M jiM 

•546-4196 548-2808 s4<j-9309 548-9305 



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A (MEAT KM. STATE COMPMY AT KHM KRWCC 
11S9 ST. PCTER AVE 847-O007 



OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY EVENMG 

<30 to laO PM. 





KENTLOAOOEBEACM 
- ratwt baauliU taad 
tanqul^r. 




7S2 at Plan* Craa. 

QcMgaoua walar iot, S^-l 



in aunkan living room. 



Chataur raaaonabi* olaoa, haa^ Ighii, 
prioal Mudad $878: 



REAL ESTATE SELLS 

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



REAL ESTATE 



REAL ESTATE 



REAL ESTATE 



NEW & USED CARS SELL 

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



COLDUJeiX 
BANKER U 



RkiionmAt mul etrATi 
270 DOUQU^ AVE. 



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548-8866 




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OPEN HOUSES 

SUNDAY JULY 17Ul 

24 P.!! 




Only6yrs.oidlhi5loveiy 
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much to offer. 
Your host: 
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PETIT ROCHBI 

Your hostess: 

Keren Angers 

7M-20S9 





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LOTS FOR SALE 



LOTS FOR SALE 



LOTS FOR SALE 



COUNTRY LOTS & FULLY SERVICED CITY LOTS 



Gowan Brae Estates 

Beautiful, exclusive, water- 
front lots. tx)rderlr>g Gowan 
Brae golf course, all under- 
ground city services, lovely 
water, city and golf course 
views. 60% sold, kxiy now tor 
your dream honne. Rnandng 
available. 



Woodland Heights 

One acre wooded lots, live in 
North Tetagouche one of the 
nrwst popular residential 
oommunities-easily finarx»d, 
start txiilding up your equity 
now for your new country 
home. 



If you are planning on iHJildIng your 
dream homa and ara not financially ready 
to buy your lot now, we have the solution 
for you.... 



GUARANTEED ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING 



AFFORDABLE MONTHLY PAYMENTS 
EXCELLENT COLLATERAL FOR BORROW- 
ING ON YOUR NEW HOME- 
(Createt your down payment) 
SOUO INVESTMENT POTENTIAL 
OPPORTUNITY TO PLAN YOUR HOME IN 
ADVANCE 



Dunlop Country Estates 

Phase 1 , 2.3 and 4 "Sold Our 
of this lovely sub-division with 
lots of one to three acres. Visit 
and see the tieautiful homes 
built. Very quiet peaceful com- 
munity - see how easy it is to 
buy with our on the spot fi- 
nancing plans. 



College Hill Park 

Within walking distance of 
Community College, Ecole 
Seoondaire Nepisiguit, Epole 
Place des Jeunnes, new Civic 
Centre, St Peter Ave., shop- 
ping malls, etc. All under- 
ground city services, and fi- 
nancing available. 



ALL SUBDIVISIONS DEVELOPED BY 

A.E. ROY LTD. 

full time sales consultants available evenings 
and weei(ends. 

TELEPHONE 

OFFICE 548-8931 

SALES & CONSULTANT 783-3614 



Harborview Heights 

Located in the East end of the 
dty. This ever popular sub- 
division is close to the by- 
pass. All city services, reason- 
Able prices and very easy 
financing mato investing m 
your tot a pleasant experi- 
ence. 



Bathursfs only mini-home 
sutHJiviston. regular sized 
lots, sunreyed dty sen/ices, 
water, sewerage, paved 
streets. Lovely treed tots, very 
quiet neighbourhood. The 
only mini-home dty approved 
8ui>dlviston. (See intormation 
below) 



MINI-HOME SUB-DIVISION 

PACKARD STREET OFF 

MMAMICHt AVE 

Why pay monthly rant for your mini-home. Purchase your full size 
city sen/ioed lot and buiU up your equity rather than Just pay rent 
With our own financing plan it is easy to tales advaJntage of this 
'never before' ofltor to buy rattier than rent. Certain conditions 
may apply ie: age of mini-home eto. 

•OPEN HOUSE" 
Visit a mini-home and view the lots for sale. Located on Padtard 
Street off Miramichi Avenue. 

Friday July 15. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Saturday July 16, 1 p^m. to 4 p.m. 

Sunday July 17, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

to«ow ttM "OPEN HOUSE SIONS" 



The Northern Light, Wed.. July 13, 1W4 — 1 I A 




PDJ students learned about Japan 

Sevenl Mideatt lecemly held an evening of sUa and pitaentttioai at Ecole Piaoe des Jeunet in Balhuiat The 
itadeati who look pan have been leamii^ about the Japaneae lan«giiage and cnllare duoigh a Japaneae School 
Internship IVognm. The evening was to ahow tunfly and frienda what ih^ have learned in the pi^^ 
Grade 9 studentt Chriatiane savard, Lock Boadreau, Katia TheriauK and Maic Boodrean; Japaneae cnltmal 
ambaaaador Norika Kaio and Ame Marie Oamoion. exchange o^nizer. 

MorAani Ltahl Pholo) 




LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE OF MCRTaAOE SALE 
TO DOHAU) MCLANBON and 
ALVERA kELANMN, Moileivara. 

owrwra ol tta •quKy at radMrpUon, 
and » NEW MMiNMnCK OWTI* 
■UTORS Ca LTD., Judgmwl Ho> 

ANO TO AU OTHERS 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 

THERE WILL BE SOLO AT 
PUBLC AUCTION, m ttw QIoucm^ 
Mr Couny Cowl Houm, 264 St 
PMitck anm. nMin anirano*. n««> 
annan. Bttlnum. N.B.. on FrMay, 
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BMhuiM. Couny ot QtauonMrmd 
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No. OXntaat. —U piapony tMing 
mor* paiteuMy il oo u l j o i ) In « 
rm^^t *om OONAU) UBMt- 
•ON Miri ALVCIU MEUUMCN, M 
mo>tai«on. M CSmiAL OUAR- 
ANTV TDUST COMPANY, 4aMd 
m* 13» day d Auguu. 1SB1 and 
ragMarad ki »w Otioa ol ■»» Ragl- 
alraf cK)«adi ki and tor iha County 
d Qlouoaalar on Iti* I3tti day ol 
Auguat tMI aa Nwrtbar 22»M4, In 
Book 16(B. ■ Papaa 1M to 14«: a 
attelanM poMan ol «!• aaaaii ol 
CanM Quiaw% Trual Conpany 
ha** baan purclwaod by THE 
TONONTO-OOMMWM aAtK, kv 
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Ihoroloro. THE TONONTO- 



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haa boan aaalanad by CanM Ouar- 



anly Truat Company to THE 
TORONTO-OOMMON lANK by 
an -Aaalgrananl at Mortgagir dotad 
ttw 13ti day ol Juna. 19B4 and 
laBMarad In tM 0N» ol Ifia Rogt- 
aliar ol Oaada tor ttia County ol 
Olom— Of on •!• t4» day ol Juna, 
19M aa tkmtar 2Sa6«l. In Vokin* 
ITU. m Paga 12*. 

Sjla nendiiflad pvcauani to l><a 
Pioparty Ad. R.SXB.. CX. P 19. aa 
■ landad. and ttw torma ol ukl 



DMad •• t«) dqr ol Juna. AJ} 



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Mr: T. O HC OOWV iWMOON 
Mktu tor 
Tlia Taranl»OoniMo« Banli 
Far katftar Womtdtan 



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NOnCa OF MOMTQAaC BALI 
TO: 110 FUWCm and NORMA 
FINROi^ UoHpiQorat wmmis of 
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New Brunswick Community 

College - Bathurst 

Community College Instructor . 

Civil Engirteer 

The Bathurst Campus fequires the servicu . 
ol an inslruclor lo leach, in French in il.; 
Engineering. Drafting and Design lechnology 
program This position includes preparing, 
leaching and evaluating the theoretical and/or 
practical aspects ol certain specialties in thu 
industrial seclor. including the Engineering 
Oratting and Design Technology program 
using suitable instructional material: evalual 
ing students, keeping student records jp to 
date: and other related duties 
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degree in civil engineering and at least three 
years ol experience in a related industrial 
jield An equivalent combination of training 
and experience nnay be considered The sue 
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etigil}le lor membership in Ihe Association ol 
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New Brunswick Wntlen and spoken compe 
tence in French is required 
Salary Up to $52,182 per anrum, depending 
on expenence and qualilications Please for 
ward your cipplicalion on or before July 29, 
1994 to Mr Bernard Blanchard, Director ol 
Adminislration, NBCC • Bathurst P Box 
266. Bathurst. NB. E2A 3Z2 
Competition number 94.6120 001 

New Brunswick Community 

College - Bathurat 
Chief Stationary Engineer I 

The Bathurst Campus requires Ihe services 
ol Chief Stationary Engineer I This person 
wili be required lo accomplish skilled, 
mechanical and supervisory work in the oper- 
ation and maintenance ol a central heating 
plant. Work may involve responsibility for 
supervising the operation arKi n^intenance ol 
a kWK pressure healing plant This empkjyee 
shall supervise several emptoyees and apply 
specialized knowledge in Ihe maintenance, 
repair and installation of heating equipment in 
a central heating plant. Duties include chedt 
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equiprrient, maintaining, repairing, revising 
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operated equipment and appliances, keeping 
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luel consumption and maintenance, requisi- 
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and setting controls of heating and ventilating 
systems and performing related work as 
required 

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established policies and regulations This 
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duties of Fire and Safety Prevention Officer 
witfim tfie assigned area Work is supervised 
through reports and observation of results 
obtained and is subject to check by provincial 
inspectors This person may be required lo 
occasionally do shift work 
The successful apphcanl will possess a High 
School Diploma and have a valid third class 
stationary engineer s license as issued t>y the 
New Brunswick Board of Stationary Engineer 
Examiners He/stie must tiave a minimum of 
3 years expenerv^ as a stationary engineer, 
inciudirig some supervisory experience An 
equivalent combinatkxi ol training and experi- 
ence mai be considered Written and spo 
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required 

Salary Up to $13 43 per hour depending 
upon qualifications Applications must be 
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On AprU 8, 1927 UieCuaqnettnun left the cracks at NepisiguitJuDCtkn near Badinnt. killing eogiiieer Noniuui 
Malheson who was pinned ander the overtunwd kxomotive. In the above pinlo^ CN nil wadcen can be aeea 
assessing the damage. TheengtiielieslotherightofthephotowhileoveituniedaeightcancanbeseenoppotiieakMif 
the raib. 

LOOKING BACK 

Old-time train wrecks were 
no less deadly than today's 



One of the worst train wrecks in 
the history of Bathurst occuired in the 
fall of 1926. 

A Model A Ford driven by Rai* 
Young was struck at Doocet's Crosa- 
ing in West Bathurst by the CN 
freight Extra 1866, running fmta 
Newcastle lo CampbeUton. 

The aatooMbile was dngged for 
ftbont 7S feet and then flung clear of 
the rails. Pant of the vehicle were 
iammed under die train, causing it to 
leave the rails and careen down a 
sten embankment into a ditch. 

The bnkeman was thrown fixxn 
the engine and a car toppled on top of 
him. cntshing him to death. 

In addition lo the brakeman, the 
life of the automobile driver was also 
knt Several passengen were injured 
as can tumbled down the embank- 
mem. In all. seven rail can, die coal 
lender and die engine of Extra 1866 
ended up in die dilch, and more than 
300 feet of rail were torn up. 

Another tragedy in the history of 
local railroading happened in Belle- 
dune. It was in 1925 when die 
soudibound engine Na 82 met die 
nordibound Extra 3240 head on. 

Engineer John McDennott of the 
3240 saw dw crash caming. After 
dosing tw ilirettia and Mplying the 
air bniB, be itiea^iied lolniBp clenr, 
but widKMtt success — befell and 
was cnsked to death. 

EIGHT VICTIMS 

Fiieman Sanford Murphy escaped 
widi a crushed 1^ as he was dirown 
into a carload of horses by die impact 
Fourteen horses were killed in die 
crash. There wu also extensive 
damage to rolling stock and rails. 

The gieatest kxs of life in die 



annals of Intercokmial railroading 
happened in December of 1887 in 
Camquet: no less dun eight people 
died. 

A report in Uk Dec 19. 1887 
editkm of die Smut John Dotty Sm 
gives a full account of the calunity: 

"About two o'clock on Saturday 
afternoon, a mixed train, with a 
StackhoHse snow plow ahead, left 
Caraquet for Bathurst. in the charge 
of conductor D. J. Kearney and 
ennne driver M. Lanagaa 

There had been a heavy GUI of 
snow on the prevkMU day and the 
high wind which prevailed at die time 
had piled up large drifts in some 
places, while in omen the irons were 
quite bare. Wherever snow conU 
kxlge, however, it lay in oonsklerable 
quantities. 

The tnin ran along without anv 
trouble or unusual delay, antil tt 
approached die bridge at Mctatosii'i 
Cove, over the Caiaiiiet River, a 
di s ta nc e of between tmrtv-duee and 
diirty five miles ban Batnust. when 
die driver pesceived a lane bank of 
snow in die cutting on the Bathurst. or 
western end of the bridge, which 
wouU need clearing out 

Mr. Lanagan at once whistled 
down brakes, reversed his engine, 
and brought die train to a standstilL 
The snow plow, engine and tender 
were then detac h ed from die balance 
of the train, whkh was left standing 
on the track, the intentian being to run 
back for dion as soon u die drift had 
been pierced by die snow ptow. 

Prampied by a ciriousity diat led 
to his doth. Frank Miller, one of die 
passengers, got on boaid of the 
engine whh driver Lanagan and 
conductor Keamey, to see how dw 



plow wouU strike the drift and what 
the result would be. The odier 
passengen remained in the car. 

There were a number of hands on 
the train who went akng to as^ in 
removing die snow and doing what- 
ever other work might be n ece ssar y 
to clear die track. Therewunosnow 
on the bridge and nodiing bat a clear 
track between the spot where die train 
had been halted, and die high drift on 
die odier side of die stnctare. 

LEFT THE TRACK 

Under a good bend of steam, the 
snow plow, engine and lender dashed 
forwant the driver's Intwition being 
to strike the obttractkn with as macn 
force as poasflile. considerins the 
short ran. Bat, when about hiilnr^ 
across ihebrktee^ die snow plow left 
die track and, roOowed by dw engfaiB 
and cah. mouMBd die gnid nil sod 
irianged into the river, a dhHinre of 
about IS fiM, hailinc eipht men into 
eternity and seventy injuring five 
odwfs. 

The sight wu a terrible one to 
dnae who had been left behfaid in die 
canon the sUe of die bridle, bat 
hurrying to die spot, Ihey <Ea aD in 
diBJr now to laacae die woanded. 
The ondfB ««i tiniiMDed, except at 
die poiit at wfaicli the engine and 
tender wen derailed. 

How die accident oocamd is a 
mystery, even to dnae who saw die 
catastrophe. 

Note: in last week's colnmn. the 
beading sbouM have read 1838. 

Written and researched bv 
Northern Light pubiiifacr Aj. 
McCarthy. 




New slate for mental health advisory committee 

A group ktoking out for die interestt of dtose snfTerbig fiom mental healdi problems reoendy elected a new advisory 
conunitiee to govern its affiain for dto oniiw year. I¥ott fiom left are Diane Thtriault, president; Denis F^^ 
vioe-prerident; Danielk Hach6, secieiafy: andBernard FortinjMSt presklent Back from 1^ are conunitiee nmnben 
RoMJd Rkhard, RoaeUne MaDet. Oaadene lAtjbit and dement RoUchaud. (Nei«wm I^M Photo) 



Blood donor clinics being 
organized for next month 

Clinics to be held in Bathurst, Petit Rocher 



Local blood donon can give die 
gift of life next month. 

The Canadian Red Crass will hoU 
a blood donor clinic Au£. 9 at die 
Petit Rocher ledon, from 1:30 pjn. to 
4:30 pjn. and nom 6 tun. to 9 p.m. 

There will abo be clinks Aitt. 10 
and 1 1 at die Hennan J. Good V.C 
Branch Na 18 Royal Canadian Lm- 
kxi. saki a release^ On bodi days, the 



clink will be open from l:30pjn.to 
4:30 pjn.. and again from 6 pjn. to 9 
p.m. 

The reason for die clinics is to he4> 
alleviate die problem of reduced 
attendance at kical clinics during die 
summer months. 

"A large percentage of bkiod dona- 
tions come from our veiv faidiful 
regular dono^ and die problem is duit 



in summer, their usual loudne is 
iniemipied by vacations and odier 
summer distractions," sakl Vince 
VeinoOe, provincial recruilment di- 
rector, in die lelease. 

"We're booing diat die reduction 
to a S6-day inierval between dona- 
dans will result in better attendance 
at our clinics throughout the province 
this sufflmer." 



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Bathurst contingent 
off to Special Olympics 



Nation's best converges on Halifax 



Bathurst has sent 10 people to the 
Canadian Special Olympic Games in 
Halifax. 

The local contingent will be 
among approximately l.OOO athletes, 
coaches and volunteen congregating 
on Halifax be^nning today Wednes- 
day. The national event wraps up 
Sunday. 

Competing under the New Bruns- 
wick banner, members of the Bath- 
urst contingent will take part in 
disciplines such as track and field, 
Softball, swimming and rhythmic 
gymnastics. Other sports available — 
but with no local representation — 
are soccer and power lifting. 

Judith Archibald of Canobie is 
manager of Team New Brunswick, 



which consists of 62 athletes, 
coaches and volunteers. Contacted 
Monday, she would not wager a 

S ess as to how local athletes will 
-e against their competition. 

"It's hard to say. They'll be com- 
peting with athletes from all over 
Canada, and I don't know what the 
other provinces are doing," she said, 
"but they trained hard and they'll do 
their best." 

There are no kx:al athletes taking 
part in track and field events. How- 
ever, the team is coached by Tammy 
Savoie, with Blair Garrett serving as 
a volunteer. 

A good part of the rhythmic gym- 
nastics team will consist of people 
from Bathurst The team's head 



coach is Lise Oueilette, while her 
assistant is Michelle Oueilette. Ath- 
letes include Betty Smith and Denise 
Godin. 

Debbie Lavoie is an assistant 
coach with the New Brunswick soft- 
ball team. Jean-Guy Doucette u one 
of its players. 

Andrea Archibald will be the 
area's sole representative on the 
swimming team. 

Medal winners at the national level 
will represent Canada at the 1995 
World Special Otympic Games, to be 
held in Hartford. CSonn. 

See photo page 2B. 



Bike series stops here Sunday 



Getting ready for World Cup 2010 

Rve-year-old Nicholas Kenyt received tome fint-nte faistructioa Monday finom Louis Kiovo. a star with the 
Univer«it6deMooctoo soccer team. lOovoaiid two oUct soccer i n str tc tonMio ci a t iid with die UoeM team are in the 
dty until Thmday oondnctteg loocer clinics at the Ecok Place des Jeunes soccer pitch. Tlw clinks are otnnized by 
the city's parks. lecieatkm and tourism iBpunaeatL Nicholas b the aon of Don and Rachel Kersys « Bathurst 

(NofllMin LiQhl Ptiolo) 



Bikers from around the province 
will be in Bathurst Sunday for the 
second armual Chaleur Mountain 
Bike Races. 

The event, orfjuiizei by the Cha- 
leur Mountain Bike Qub. will be hekl 
at the Bathunt Sports Chalet, and 
there are categories for all levels of 
racers. 



This is one of die stops on die 
Alpine Genuine Mountain Bike 
Series. 

Registration will be held on site 
from 8:30 ajn. to 10 a.m. on die 
moming of die race. 

Races begin at 10 a.m.. with die 
Novces (17 km). Cadets (8.S km). 



and Veterans (25 km) going out first 
The last bkxk of racers head out at 
12 noon. These include die Experts 
(42 km). Sports (25 km) and Junion 
(25 km). 

For more information, contact 
eidMr Jean at 542-2905 or Rino at 
548-5474. 



Kings' 
home ice 
now located 
in Bathurst 



The OkHicester Coca Cola Kinos 
will play most of dieir 1994-95 
games in Bathurst 

Kings' president Jim Jesiop made 
die announcenieat in a rekaae issued 
last week. He also proclaimed "ev- 
etydiing ready for the imooming 
seano'in die New Bnmswick AAA 
Midfct Hockey League. 

IMl Megannely wUI be returning 
as head coach for a second seaton. 
along widi new addition Scott Pou- 
putt who will anve as assistant 
coach. 

"Megannety, who wu a rodde 
coach me past season, is very pleased 
at haviiig Poupart as his assistant 
because of his knowledge of the 
game, as well as his ability to 
motfyate playen," Jessop said. 

Poupart is no stranger to AAA 
Mklget hockey, having coached the 
same team ui die 1990-91 and 
1991-92 seasons. 

The upcoming season will see die 
Kings adopt die Bathurst Arena u 
dieir primary home. Lat year the team 
piaved its home gamea in duee 
(fifferent locales — CampbeQton, 
Oiand Anae and Badiunt The reason 
for dte change is diat most of die 
team's sponaon ait firom die Badi- 
unt area. 

Seveiil bcal players have already 
expresNd an interest in playing at die 
AAA Midget level, as well u several 
new fiKXS mm <>iebec and Ontarw. 
Tlie additk» of these new bees, 
along widi hot year's returnees, 
should produce some keen com^ed- 
don for roster positions when truning 
camp opens. 

Several of last yea-'s j^yen are 
sdn eligible for dte upcomiiig season, 
even though drafted by Miyor Junior 
clubs. ShouM diey Cul lo make die 
Major Junior ranks, dwy may return 
10 help dte Kings. 

Jessop believes dnt. "all in all, it 
kioks like dte upcoming season coukl 
be dte best yet for dte Oloocester 
Ooca-Cola langs." 




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2B — The Noflhcm Light, Wed., July 13. 1994 

Midget T-Birds slip 
back into the pack 



The Bathurst Midget A T-Birds 
slipped back to the .500 mark over the 
past week, after winning one game, 
losing two and tying one. 

The T-Birds' record now stands at 
6-6-1 won-lost-tied. 

Caraquet stung Bathurst 3-1 July S 
on the Acadian Peninsula. Todd 
Kenny ws the losing pitcher, allow- 
ing eight hits and one walk, while 
striking out five. 

"We had lots of hitting, but could 
not get the big hit at the right time," 
said coach Mike Brophy, in a release. 

Shawn While led the T-Birds with 
a double and two singles. Otha top 
hitlers were Jason Vautour. double 
and single; and Brent Nelson, double. 

Newcastle visited Bathunt on July 
6, and proceeded to whip the kx:al 
side 12-2. Steve Godin, Sylvain 
Guignard, Jason Vautour and Carey 
Murphy each look a turn pitching. 
They combined to allow ei^ht hits 
and 11 walks, with four strikeouts. 

"This was a decent game at 2-2 
until the fifth, when Newcastle 
scored 10 runs," coach Brophy said. 

Brent Nelson led Bathurst from the 



plate with a pair of singles. 

The T-Birds were in Rivcrview 
Saturday for a pair of games, tying 
one and winning the other. 

Jason Brown allowed only two hits 
in the first game, giving Bathurst a 
1-1 tie. He also struck out three and 
walked three. 

Todd Kenny and Ren6 Ouellette 
had two singles each for Bathurst, 

Bathurst won the next one 7-4. 
despite falling behind 3-0 after only 
one-third of an inning. Sylvain Guig- 
nard came on in relief of Brent 
Nelson for the eventual win. He 
struck out seven, walked two 'and 
allowed only four hits. 

Leading Bathunt from the plate 
were Jason Vautour, double and two 
singles; Jason Brown, three singles; 
and Sylvain Guignard, triple. 

"This was a good day against a 
Riverview team that hiad an 8-3 
won-lost record going in. We were 
missing some players, and some had 
to play out of position, but they dug in 
and did the jdb," Brophy said. "It was 
a griny poformance." 



Mosquito T-Birds sting 
Miramichi ball teams 



The Bathurst Mosquito A T-Birds 
en^yed a lovely weekend on the 
Miramichi, wiruimg twice and tying 
once in four ^ames. 

Bathunt split a douUeheader on 
the Chatham side of the Miramichi 
River to start things off. 

The fint gaine saw Chatham com- 
mit six erron in the fint four innings, 
leading directly to a S-3 win for the 
T-Biri. Three Bathurst pitchen — 
Greg Love, Craig Garrett and Bruno 
Levesque — combined to allow only 
two hits over the course of the ganie. 
Ganea also led firom the plate, with 
two singles to his credit. 

Chatham sent their best pitcher — 
Nicky Hardy — to the mound in 
game two, arid he proved too much of 
an obstacle to overcome. Hardy 
pitched Chatham to a S-1 victory, 
alk)wing only three hits while strik- 
ing out 12. 

Shawn Woods shone for Bathunt, 
making two spectacular diving 
catches in the outfield. 

Bathurst pitchen gave up nine 
walks, two hits and all five rum 



before the third inning. 

Bathunt then crossed the river to 
play Newcastle on Saturday, and 
emerged with a victory and a de. 

Greg Love was the winning pitcher 
in the fint game, combining with 
Bruno Levesque to strike out 11 
batters, walk only two and alk)w five 
hits. 

Top hitten for the T-Birds were 
Matthew Doherty, Chad Nelson, 
Shawn Woods and Love, each with a 
double. 

Bathunt and Newcastle tied the 
last game 8-8. Rend Boucher, Jamie 
MacLaggan and Craig GarreQ each 
had a turn tossihg pilches for the 
T-Birds. They struck out five, walked 
five and allowed eight hits. 

Top hitters were Philippe 
Bourque, with a home run, double 
and Ave runs-batied-in; and Greg 

Love, Greg Scott and Bradley 
McKay, each with a pair of singles. 
The T-Birds are back on the 
Miramichi this weekend for a tourna- 
ment in Chatham. 



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Off to Olympics 

These local members of the New 
Brunswick team left Tuesday for the 
Canadian Special Olympic Games in 
Halifax. They are, seated from left. 
Andrea Archibald, Judy Archibald 
(manager of Team N.B.), Tammy 
Savoie (track and field coach). De- 
bbie Lavoic (Softball coach), and 
Michelte OucllcUc (rhythmk: gym- 
nastics coach). Back: Blair Oanett 
(track and field coach). Jean-Guy 
Doucet, Dcnise Godin, Bettjf Smith, 
and Lisc Oudletie (rhythmic gym- 
nastics head coach). 

(Northwn Ught Photo) 



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board your boat, should be brought out with you, leav- 
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cigarette butts which are very toxic to wildlife), retum beverage 
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by reducing waste, especially at food concessions. 
Collect empty beverage containers in barrels and avoid 
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Print promotioruil materials on recycled paper and make 
or buy reusable decorations. 

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et rhuile It moteur de fa^on \ 6viter la pollution des lacs ou 
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que vous avez emport^ sur le terrain de camping ou \ bord" 
de votre bateau. Ne laissez derri^re vous aucun signe de 
votre passage. Ramassez les ordures, (y indus les m^gots 
de cigarettes qui sont trds toxiques pour la faime), ramenez 
les r^pients d boisson et employez des assiettes r6utilisables. 
Utilisez seulement les terrains de camping, les sentiers et les 
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C^l^brez la beauts de I'environnement et les 
^v^nements sp^iaux en r^duisant les d^chets; plus 
particulidrement aux comptoirs de vente d'aliments. 
Mettez les rfcipients ci boisson vides dans les baiils et 6vitez 
d'utiliser des ustensiles, des serviettes et des contenants 
jetables. Imprimez le mat^el de promotion sur du papier 
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r^utilisables. 

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C.P. 6O0O, Fredericton (Nouveau-Brunswick) E3B 5H1 

t^l. : 453-3700 t^l^. : 453-3843 

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The Northern Uttht. Wed.. July 13. 1994 — 3B 




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The Bathunt Peewees gunned this Chatham runner out at first Saturday afternoon, but it was all downhill firom 
there. Chatham went on to win the game 7-0, and eventually went on to win the chanqjionship ot the Pq»i Cola 
Bathunt Invitational Beaver Baseball ToumamenL Adam Chamberlain in the Bathunt Gnt baseman. 

(Northern UgM Photo) 



Chatham ball team '";:;s^m7v 
claims Peewee title call 54&4491 



Chatham was the best of eight 
leanu takittg part in the Pepsi Cola 
Bathunt Invitational Beaver Base- 
ball Tournament. 

They beat their fellow Mirami- 
chien from Newcastle 6-2 in Sun- 
day's fuul to put an end to the sixth 
annual event 

The team representing Bathunt 
made the semi-fmal, thanks to a 
second place finish in their division 
following prelintinaiy action. In do- 
ing so, diey were hned up against 



nrst-place Newcastle in the flnt 
semi-final, losing S-3. 

Chatham, the top-ranked team to 
come out of the second division, 
faced Campellton in the other semi, 
winning 4-3 in extra iimings. 

Other teanu taking part in the 
tournament were from Moncton, 
Nashwaak River, Beresford and 
Tracadie. 

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Greetings golfi»il 

Many of Gowan Brae's men 
inveUed to Pokemouche this put 
weekend to participate in therabe- 
monche Open. Our load golfen did 
extremely well, with our own Paul 
Hachey capturing the title with 
rounds of 77 and 71. Congratulations, 
Paul! 

In addition to Paul's victory, Har- 
old McLean of Gowan Brae was the 
runner-up, ruing super rounds of 77 
and 74. Varoiick Lang also finhhed 
among the leaden with rounds of 78 
and 76. Way to go, guysl 

This toumanoent was the fust of 
four in which piayen win compete 
for the North Shore Player of the* 
Year award. Golfers must compete in 
three of four North Shore tourna- 
ments, the others being the Mirami- 
chi Open, die Gowan Brae Invita- 
tional and the Restigouche Fall 
Qassic. 

The annual Moosehead Pot of 
Gold will be played Saturday at 
Gowan Brae Qali and Country Club. 
This will be a shotgun start, be^ 
ning at 1 p.m., and the entry fee is $40 
per team. The Tirst 72 teams will be 
accepted, and there will be a rout 
pork served by Ivan Ramsay foDow- 
mg the event Please sign up at the 
bar. 



Last week's Men's Night was put 
on by the CISC and, judging from 
rqwrts, all 75 men enjoy^ the golf 
anid the lasagna. This wmIc, Men's 
Night will be put on by Doucet's 
Landscaping, with Alvin's serving 
his famous barbecue roast beef. Book 
your tee-off times early. 

Finally in men's news, the Kent 
and White matches have been posted, 
and participants are to have their Tint 
matches played by FridaL Other 
matches should also be played on 
time. 

BIG BASH 

This Friday night will see the 
second Bash and Barbecue at Gowan 
Brae. Those wishing to play must 
sign np at the bar before Thursday 
night The last bash was full, so you 
should si^ up quiddy. One member 
can sign u two guests, and I believe 
the tnce is $10 for non-memben and 
$8 ibr members. Come on out and 
join the funi 

In ladies' news, the ladies qualify- 
ing round for the High Handicap 
Toumameru will be heldJuly 24. You 
must have a handicap of 26 or above 
(0 compete in this event, used to form 
a three-woman team to represent 
Gowan Bne at St Croix, Maine on 
Aug. 18. 

In conclusion. I want to thank a 
few peq}le for taking me to some 
wonderful courses on my vacation. 
Thanks go out to Peta P. (little bro), 
Steve M., and Mike D. for his 
direction and lodgings. I played some 
nice courses in Ontario, but none can 
match the beauty of Gowan Brae. 
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awards to its lop swiminers of 
1993-M. 

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of the AAA, AA and A levels. The 
AAA swimmers practice 10 houn 
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hoors, and the A swimmers three. 

The AAA winners were Cynthia 
Bsbineau, IS, and Kart Babineau. 17. 
Winners at ino AA level were Emily 
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Fiona Pavne, 9, and Natuha Sexlon, 
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Eve Cyr, 15, and Ryan Decourville, 
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Drew Scott, 10. 

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4B — The Nofthem Light, Wed., July 13, 1994 




Activity day at Acad^mie Assomption 

Ecole Academic Assomption, an elementary school in East Bathuni, held a field day June 23. with difTerent 
activities organized to keep the students enienuned during one of the flnal daya of class. Shown in a leby race are. 
from left, Bianca Fenxxi. daughter of Sylvain and Micheline Fenon; Melissa Noel, daughter of Joanne Nod and Onil 
Ferron; and Eric Vienneau, son of Glen and Gail Vienneau. 

(Northara Ughl Photo) 



Anyone for a game of three-on-three? 



The Jaojuct River Minor Basket- 
ball Association will again host its 
annual three-on-three basketball 
tournament during the Belledune 
Days celebrations July 29 to Aug. 1. 

However, it will hencefoftb be 
known as tfie Chris McDonnell Me- 
morial Tournament, renamed in 



memory of the local athlete and 
former participant who died in June. 
The tournament will offer compet- 
ition to boys and giils in the following 
divisions, if interest warrants: Ban- 
tam, bom in 1980 or 1981; Midget, 
bom in 1978 or 1979; Juvenile, bom 
in 1976 or 1977; and Opea 



Prizes will be awarded to the top 
team in each division. 

The entry fee is $10 per team, with 
all proceeds going to the Izaak 
Walton Kiliam children's hospital in 
Halifax. To register, contact Paul 
Daley at 237-3049 prior to the July 25 
deadline. 




City of 
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NOTICE 



GARBAGE COLLECTION 

The City of Bathurst has Implemented City wide garbage 
cx}llectlon service from roll-out garbage carts. 



The starting date for this new service will be 
August 15th, 1994 

The model of roll-out garbage cart approved for collection is the 
360 litres capacity cart supplied and distributed by Econo-Bac 
Lt6e - telephone number 546-2779. City residents who wish to 
acquire roll out gart^age carts must make their own arrange- 
ments with Econo-Bac Lt6e regarding the rental or purchase of 
the carts. 

Please be advised that the use of roll-out garbage carts is not 
mandatory and is purely on a voluntary basis; also that the carts 
have a capacity to hold 5 garbage bags, therefore up to an 
additional 5 garbage containers may be placed for collection 
along with the roll-out garbage cart. Until the starting date of 
August 15th, 1994, the City will continue to collect from roll-out 
carts used in the areas where the trial project was carried out. 

Maris Freimanis 
City Engineer 



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Gaaarak: Loaia| piichar Midtal Viannaau. Top 

Utter Kevin Lavi|^ bona fun. 

JULY S 

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Ganaralai Winnini pitcher iM Wiaamaa. Top 
hitler Bobby MacDonald, triple and ancle. 
Mlla'a Placet lom% pitcher Dale Hadley. Top 
Utter Bnnt Keddia. two ain|laa. 

Craaa Thumb Buakwackan - IS 
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Buahwadian: Winnint pitcher Renild Refnier. 
Top UlUr Wayne Hrtooe, two Ihplea. 
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aia. Top hitter Waber Caiaaie, double and three 
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Softball tovimament being organized 
in conjunction with Bathurst festival 



The Tint Alpine Bathurst Summer 
Festival Men's Softball Tournament 
wiU be held July 22 to 24. 

OtptBhen are searching for 16 
teams 10 fin the draw, with the winner 

Mt. Carleton 
hike planned 

Those into hiking might enjoy the 
following excunioo pUmned by the 
city's pvks, recieation and tourism 
fffffwrtynftnti 

A hiking xtip to Mount CirlBtoa is 
planned fiir Wednesday. July 20. and 
regisliaiioiiB are now being acorated. 
The cost is $6 per person. Particip- 
ants must be 13 or okler. 

For more information, contact the 
... parks and recseaiion department at 
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and runner-up destined to receive 
$S00 and $300 respectively. 

Tournament games will tie played 
in East Bathunt. South Bathurst and 



Paikwood Heights. 

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Date for return of Bangor 
TV stations is pushed back 

Maine channels delayed until later in sunnnner 



Tourist patrol 



Once again, the CKBC Bayside Phantom Jeq) Patrol will be tracking tourists in the greater Bathurst area this 
summer, and presenting them with prize packages donated by local merchants. Forty difTerent £unilies were handed 
such wares last summer, and the same isplanned for this year. Standing in the jeep are the Tourist Infonnation Centre 
coordinators of the jeq> patrol, Carole Cbuture and Moedith Wood. Standing fiom left are sponson Jim Duitcan of 
Radio Atlantic CKBC, John Furkmg of NBTel Mobility/Executive Oflice Systems, and Jason MofTitt of Bayiide 
Chrysler Dodge. At right is Bathurst Mayor Ken Frenette. (NorthMii Uafii Plwto) 



There is no firm date on when the 
Bangor stations will return to Bath- 
urst. but it will be later this summer. 

George Webb, director of sales 
and mariceting for CaMe 2000. said 
construction is still utKler way on the 
fibre optic link in Woodstock. 

It is this link which will briiig 
MITV from Saint John, the PBS, 
ABC and CBS network afTiliates 
firom Bangor, Maine, and the NBC 
network auiliaie 6om Calais, Maine, 
to Bathurst teieviskm viewers, via the 
Beresford-based cable company. 

"It is unfodnnaie that the channeb 
are not here yet but they will be 
avaihble sometime this summer." 
said Mr. Webb in a recent interview. 

The original date antictpated to 
bring the dhannels on line was May, 
but due to system breakdowns, aiid 
delays in equipment delivery, the 
nbre optic link couU not be com- 
pleted as soon as the company 
anticipated. 

The date had been pushed back 
once to early July, and now, the 
bng-awaited return is anticipated 



later this summer. 

Cable 200O announced plans in 
February to broadcast the channels, 
in response to subscriber demand for 
(he return of the Maine affiliates. In 
1990, the company switched from the 
Maine channels to the Detroit afTili- 
ates, because the Bangor microwave 
technology was phased out. 

Now, with digital flbre-optics, iKM 
only will Cable 2000 subscribers in 
the area receive the Maine channeb, 
the recration will be clearer, and 
disrupted less often, because of the 
new technotogy. 

Area residents wanted the Maine 
stations, because they offer program- 
ming of more regkMul interest than 
the Detroit networks, particularly in 



the area of news and weather reports. 
Some residenu have also expressed 
their discontent with the emphasis in 
Detroit newscasts on vk)lence and 
sensationalism. 

Mr. Webb also said people in 
Middle River and South Teteagouche 
shouki soon be aUe to receive cable, 
thanb to the installatian of a new 
system, whkh was started in June. 

When it gets closer to the hook-up 
date, the company will contact lesi- 
dentt of these areas individually, nid 
Mr. Webb. 

1988's "DMd RIngtrs" was 

ba8«d on tha w*ird, tnM story ol twin 
Naw York gynscologlata St«v*n and 
Cyril Marcus. 




Local motel has part 

in movie tie-in promotion 



A Bathurst motel is part of a 
promotion tied in with one of this 
summer's hit movies. 

Comfort Inn by Journey's End is 
participating in the Choice Hotels/ 
Maverick High Stakes Card Game, 
said a release. 

The motel gives out scratch and 
win cards to guests, enabling them to 
try their luck at prizes ranging from 
six GMC Sonoma pick-up trucks to 
500 $100 gift certificates for Wran- 
gler clothing. There are also prizes 
from Pepsi Cola and Pizza Hut to be 
won, and a $1 million gnmd prize. 

The contest is being promoted by 
TV ads featuring James Gamer, one 
of the Stan of the western movie 
Maverick. 

The nim. which also stars Mel 
Gibson and Jodie Foster, is a big- 
screen version of the one-time TV 



scnes. 

Maverick, which has already 
played at the Bathurst Twin Cinemas, 
IS doing well at the box office. 

It's scheduled for later thb sum- 
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Sunday on Westbrook Cou.t to launch 
the official (^ning of Squire Haven, the first luxury town house development 
in Bathurst The development is located in Squire Park, off Riverside Drive, 
and is being done by Birchgrove Homes Ltd., a kx»l company. Shown from 
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The Northern Light, Wed.. July 13, 1994 — 7B 



Wins tent 

Melanie Jagoe, 7. i primaiy bkx:k 
student at Janeville Elementary 
School, recently woo a tent thnwgh a 
contest with the natkmal Schdastk 
Reading Prognun. The national prog- 
nun afiows children to purchase 
books at diacounted prices, through 
the year. Melanie entered the contest 
with the help of her paroits. Jane and 
Kerry Jagoe of Canobie. 

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Councillor questions purchase of boom arm 



Bathunt city councillon were in a 
thrifty mood at the July 4 special 
public council meeting. 

Fred Hermann of the City of 
Bathunt engineering department, 
had 10 defend the department's re- 
quest to purchase a new cable- 
operated boom arm for a public 
worlcs truck. 

Councillor Jay Mersereau de- 
manded to know why the city needed 
to buy the $12,000 boom arm, when 



the city already owned two hydraulic 
boom arms, and one cable-operated 
boom arm. 

Boom arms are used to lift and 
lower objects, and are needed during 
city repaus. The cable-operated arms 
are preferred in small working 
spaces, because they are more accu- 
rate and safer. 

Mr. Hermann explained the city's 
industrial mechanics use the cable- 
operated arm in their woik repairing 



pumps, engmes and motors for the 
city. The arm is installed on the truck 
used by the industrial mechanics, 
which is equipped with all their tools, 
as well. Because city repair crews 
also need a cable-operated arm, plus 
the tools they need on a truck, they 
need a second aim. 

Councillor Mersereau asked why 
the same uuck could not be shared 
between the two different types of 
crews. Mr. Hermann explained be- 



cause both crews are in high demand 
during the summer, it creates a 
scheduling problem. 

Up until now, repair crews had 
been doing work, such as lifting 
manhole covers, manually, which 
caused some safety hazards and has 
resulted in some injuries, said Mr. 
Hermann. 

"We agree times are tight We 
would not have requested the items 
we did if they would not be of benefit 



to the city. If we had this boom aim. 
we could reduce a three-man crew lo 
a two-man crew, and used that other 
man on other city work. 

"In two years, the boom arm woukl 
pay for itself, just on manhole repairs 
alone." 

Mr. Mersereau said that if the dty 

does not save $12,000 within two 

years, because of the new boom ann. 

then Mr. Hermann will ''have lo eat 

_his hat" 



Kinmen donate 

Todd Moses of the Kinsmen Gub 
in Bathunt recently presented a $200 
cheque to Eleanor MiQs of Toronto 
who came to town with the Boney 
Express. The Bon^ Exptea is a 
cross-Canada walk for osteoporosis, 
to raise awareness about the disease 
which causes bones to become brittle 
and can result in breakages for no 
reason. The walk raised more than 
$1,000 locally, which will be used to 
help .find a cure, 
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8B — The Northern Light. Wed.. July 13. 1994 



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Fred Hudon's heat-tensor device ttiat just has to be phigged into an 
electrical outlet to work. (Northwn Ught Photo) 

Local man invents 
di^erent kind of 
alarm for fires 



One loo many news reports about 
people dying in fires prompted a 
Bathurst nuui to come up with a 
device that he hopes will nve some 
lives. 

Fred Hudon has designed a small 
device that uses a heat sensor and can 
be phigged into any household elec- 
trical oudeL 

Unlike smoke detectors, which can 
be set off by almost any misguided 
cooking efTort. Mr. Hudon's warning 
device u activated by heat onlv. aiKl 
emits an annoying loud, whining 
noise. 

He specirically intends the devkx 
to offset the nsk of grease and 
Christmas titc fires. Sudi a device 
can be plugged in near a stove, or 
even made part of a decoration to 
adorn the top of a tree. 

Mr. Hudon. who doesn't like to be 
referred to as an inventor, has de- 
signed a number of devices over the 
years that have been well docu- 
mented in The Northern Ught. He 
owiu a security and alarm business, 
and has dabbled in electronKs for 
years. 

He was motivated oo his latest 
project afta two news reports last 
December, about people dying in 
fires. 

"I thought. 'Why can't I design 
something^?." reciUed Mr. Hudon. 



who said he went to his shop that very 
evening and came up with a 
prototype. 

His main concern was to keep it 
simple in this age of electronic 
contusion, where many people have 
trouble programming their VCRs. 

"All you nave to do is plug it in." 
Mr. Hudon said. 

He plans to approach local retail 
outlets to see who might be interested 
in selling the devKe. and only then 
would he kx>k into lining up a 
manufacturer. 

Mr. Hudon has shown his inven- 
tion to Aldeo Robichaud. dqwty fue 
chief of the Bathurst Fire 
Dnnrtment 

It's certainly worthwhile if he 
comes up with a few altentions." 
said Mr. Robichaud. 

For example, he said something 
woukl have to be done so that the 
device would not be activated by 
steam. 

Mr. Robichaud said Mr. Hudon is 
using a beat sensor, oommon in any 
alarm system, in tandetn with a 
voltage r^nlalcr. 

He said the device is onkpie, as ftf 
as he knows, bat sakl before it could 
be sold on the marketplace, it would 
have to be okayed by a test labl 
recognized by ttie Canadian General 
Standards BoiH. ,« 



City is 
surprised by 
demand for 
composters 



The City of Bathurst has sold far 
more composters than it expected to. 

Fred Hermann of the city's engi- 
neering department, said the flnt 
composting program in the city went 
off even better than expected. He wes 
speaking at the July 4 special public 
meeting of Bathurst city council. 

'The pnsgram just ck>sed. and our 
objective was to sell 200 composters. 
The final numbers show we sold 339 
composters, not including the 97 we 
passed on to the Nq)isiguit Chaleur 
Sdid Waste Commission, which will 
also sell them." 

From June IS to June 27, the city 
sold four different models of com- 
posters to residents for a subsidized 
rate of $2S each. 

Composting is a system whk:h 
combines orgaiuc household waste, 
such as vegetable peelings and grass 
clippings, with soiL Eventually, the 
organic waste breaks down, and 
becomes part of a rich soil, called 
humus, litis is a natural fertilizer 
which can be dug into gardens and 
flowerbeds. 

The citv started selling composters 
because they are better for the envi- 
ronment, aikd reduce the volume of 
waste dumped into the Red Pine 
Landfill, thus reducing tipping fees. 
The program will be continued on an 
annual basis. 

**I am pleased the program went 
over so well, and hopefully next year, 
we will get more composters on the 
market, commented councillor 
Harvey Boucher, at the meeting. Mr. 
Boucher has been lobbying for a 
composting program in the city for 
many years. 

Mr. Hermann said the program 
cost $17,829.1 1 to buy the compost- 
ing units, advertise, and pay the 
salary of someone to deal with the 
pubbc ordering the units. The re- 
venue from (he composter sales was 
$8,473, and a grant Crom the provirt- 
cial Dqaitment of the Envirooment 
is expected, totalling $3,000. This 
means the progrun only cost the city 
$4354. said Mr. Hermann. 

In odier engineering business, city 
council awarded a tender for 
$167,70747 to Doocet's Landscap- 
ing lid. to oompleie the third phase of 
the West Bathiust trankline construc- 
don. When finallv completed, the 
West Bathurst imnkline will increase 
the water flow in the system, which 
means the water pressure in West 
Bathurst will be improved, thereby 
allowing for more housing devdop- 
ments u West Bathurst, said Mr. 
Hermann. ' 



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How you can 
avoid a stroke 

Lifestyle, checkups play role 



VON In 
The 908 

By VEROMCA 
RATCHFORO 



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The death nis firom stroke hu 
decreued by aboatfive cent anmally 
stnoe 1980. acconliiu to the Cana- 
dian Heart and Stid» Foundation. 

Thefe are vaiioiu liak facton 
which may lead to a stroke: 

L High bkxxl pKssare. TUa b one 
of the leading causes of stroke. Yon 
sboaU have yov bk»d pressore 
checked at least once a year and more 
often as yoo get older. 



In The Kitchen 

Hotelier's 

kasseler 

rippenspeer 



la die Utcfaea this week 
Hchnoth Wiegert. gDnerBl 
ger of Keddy's Hold and OonfiBi^ 
enoe Centre ia Bathvtt. 

A native of Qennany, Hehntith 
has lived in Ca- 
nada Uk almost 
30 yean. Helm 
been at Keddy's 
since Pebrnary. 
but maintaina a 
home in Dart- 
BDOBth. N.S. with 
his wife, Me- 
linda. The 
happily-married 
ooople has three 
chfldren. 

In his spare time, he wotkson 
his antkine cars, a 19S0 CadiOac 
Uno, a 1947 Boick Roadmaster. 
and a 1947 Pacfcud Clipper. He 
also l9va to cook, eajm gpod 
food, and news his own beer and 




1 4-S lb.' smoked Un of pock 
1/4 t»>. Mack pepper 
1 Bneohim onion, diced 
1 c hot water 
1 c. dry red wme 
3 lbs. braised sanecknuit 
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pan. sprinkle widi pepper, add 
onkm. Poor hot water over meat 
Roast in a hot oven at 400 degree! 
for 30 minutes. Pour half the wine 
over die meat Continue to roast, 
basting fieqnently widi remaining 
wine, about another 30 minntea or 
nntO die meat is well done. Serve 
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In order to maintain a healthy 
Mood pressure, keep your weight 
contrdied, exercise and, if you have 
bkxxl pressure pills, take them as 
prescribed by your doctor. 

2. Smoking can double or triple the 
chances of having a stroke. It is 
especiaUy dangerous for women over 
30. Remember, second-hand smoke 
is also hazardous. 

3. Prior stroke. Many people have 
one or more warning strokes. These 
mini strokes (called TIA— Ttansient 
Ischemic Attacks) occur when die 
Mood fk>w to the brain is teoiponrily 
cutoff. Four main warning signs are: 
sudden Marring or kMS of viskMi, 
often in only one eye; sudden weak- 
ness or numbness on one side of Ve 
face or body, nddon speech kiss; and 
unusually severe headaches, often 
widi drowsiness and nausea. 

4. Diabetes. People widi diabetes, 
especially diose who do not control 
dieir diabetes tfvouch diet and medi- 
catkm, are more hkely to sufier a 
stroke. 

5. Heart disease. A stroke can be 
caused by a Mood ck)t diat forms hi 
die heart and dieo traveb to die brain, 
diereby Mocking an artery. 

If vou alrndy have a heart condi- 
tion, be certain to visit your doctor on 
a regufatf basis and follow your 
doctor's advice. 

Dr. Antoine Hakim, a neuiokigist 
from Ottawa University, soms up die 
most important diingi to do: go see 
your family doctor, control your 
Mood pressure and diabetes and stop 
smoking. 

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vicea. You may have a nnne oome to 
your home to check your Mood 
pressure, to assist you in manaj^ 
your diabetes, and to monitor your 
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Boulevajd every Wednesday from 1 
p.m. to 4 p jn. Drop bv and have your 
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Camping it up — the 4-H way 

Last week's 4-H camp in Petit Rocher enjoyed by 51 youngsters 



Summer camp means new friends, 
sunburns, bug bites and campfues — 
and kMds (M fun. 

Ihat's what 51 4-H junkv club 
memben discovered July 3 to 9, 
when diey came from all over north- 
em New Bnmswk^k to Camp Ectus in 
Petit Rocher North. 

For more duui 10 years, 4-H boys 
and girts, ages nine to 13, have come 
to Camp Ectts for a week of canoe- 
ing, swimming, crafts, sports, garnet. 
canq> songs, mes on the beach, and 
everydiing else a camper does in 
dioae seven jam-packed days of 
summer. 

1 tove canqi because it's kxs of 
fun." takl Ryan Rionkxi. 12. son of 
Reba and Patrick Riordon of 
Pokeshaw. and a member of the 



Triple K 4-H aub. 

"We get to stay up late, see kMs of 
gills, and play all sorts (tf games, plus 
leam more about 4-H.*' 

Camp counsellor Lana Honke. 
president of die Triple K 4-H Club 
said die puipose of die camp is to get 
junior 4-H memben from northeast- 
ern and nwthwesiern New Bruns- 
wick togedier for a week of fun. She 
said this is the only Rrench 4-H camp 
held in die province. 

Junkx 4-H memben pay a small 
fee to attend die canm, while most of 
dK cost is subsklized by 4-H. During 
die camp, diey do regular camp 
activities, plus bear special guest 
speaken and attend sesrions on 4-H, 
a non-proftt organization whkh en- 
courages leadoship and friendship, 



as well as encourages people to leam 
about agriculture. 

4-H has been hokling camps at 
Camp Ectut for more tbaa 10 yean, 
and die camp continues 10 be popular. 

•yfc leam fois of fiu stuff, and 
meet a whote bunch of new people," 
takl Clinton Rooakls, 12, son of 
Douglas and Beatrice Ronakb of 
Sahnon Beach, and a memba of die 
Triple K 4-H dub. This was his first 
year at Camp Ectus, and he plant to 
return next year. 

Amber HiUock, 13, daughter of 
Sharon and Olendon Hillock (rf New 
Bandon, has come to Camp Ectus for 
four yean. 

1 keep comhig because I meet tots 
of new people every you, and diere 
are kxs of fan acdvides. I really. 




really like canoeing." 

Conor Rkxdon, 10. Ryan's youn- 
ger bnxher, sakl he enjoys playing 
soccer at camp. 

"The soccer is kxs of fun, and I like 
die campfire we have on the beach 
every mght, and I like to play die 
games." 

Unlike his brodier, Conor was not 
partkularly excited about meeting 
giris. 

"Vo way," he said, when asked if 
he shares his brother's endiusiasm for 
die young ladies. 

The chikfren especiaUy enjoyed 
die mini-Olympics July 7, when diey 
competed hi games such as die 
orange pass, Ufesafer toodipk± relay, 
peanut push, potato tack race, and 
bean rday. 

Abhough diere were no dear win- 
ners, everyone came out on top 
because diey had fun — again, what 
camp is all about 



Ryan lUordon (left) of Mceshaw passed an orange widxMt nahig his hands to felkm team member PUUme Byron 
r St Leonard-ParenL The two were playmg a game hst week at a summer 4-H camp fai Petit Rocher. 

(NofUwin UonI PtMlo) 



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Mr. and Mrs. QeraM Savoie 
wish to announce the engage- 
ment of thoir daughter Sunn 
Qenevidve to Stephen OavM 
Maclsaac, son of Mr. & Mrs. 
Laughlin Maclsaac. 

The wedding to take place at 
Sacred Heart Cathedral in 
Bathurst, Aug. 19. 1994 



to Switzerland 



Bethunt gHider,Maty«nn KiofTitt 
is off to a wofldguide centre b 
Switieriand July 27. 

Maryana. a reaftr with Oirl 
Onkles of Ginada. is die only New 
Bninswick gukkr choaen to partici- 
pate fai die 17-dav tr^ to Switzeriand. 
Fourteen girl guides from across die 
countiy are going on die trio, from 
every province except Ontario, sakl 
Maryann. 

"rm kxAing forward to the trip 
becauK I k>ve hiking and canning, 
and we'll be right in die Alps. dttiOB 
olps are ahvaya fun because every- 
one is really friendly. It's pre^ 
stress-free." 

Maryann. 17, is die dauchter of 
Lyme and Evan Mbffitt of MdwrsL 
She will be entering Grade 12 at 
Badium High SdKxri in die fall. 

She sakl die Canadian contintent 
will ipead a few days hi Zonch, 
before tnvellhig to Lucetne, Swit- 
zerland, and Umo on to die WorU 
CeiMre for Oukling in Addboden. 
Switzerland. This is one of four such 
centres around the world, whkh is 
used by girl gnkle grouna from the 
four comen ot die gnbe. 

"We'll probably meet up widi a 
few different grouna while we're 
diere, but we don t know where 
diev'll be from, or how tong we'D be 
with diem, until we are actually at the 
centre." 

Maryann applied to partkripate in 
die trip in January, and was selected 
at die provincial level, based on her 
applicatwn form, 300-word essay, 
and two letten of reference, indud- 
hig one from her gukle leader. 

One-diivd of die cost of die bip is 
pakl for by die Gloucester division, 
one-ddrd is paid for by Girl Gukles of 
Cuttda. and die remakiing third is 
pakl for by Maryana henelf. 

"The purpose of die trip is to 
expose die girls to different parts of 
die worM. and it sets up good 




rehdons between the different coun- 
tries involved in guiding." said 
Manram. 

She sakl aldiough she didn't know 
an die acdvides the group wia be 
involved in. there mil be 
overnight camping trips, hikes, and 
gukle^riented activides. u well u 
sight-seefaig. 

Switzerland is not foreim territoy 
to die Mofntt fiunily. Maiyana'a 
older brother, lason. spent a year at 
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2C — The Nonhem Lighu Wed.. July 13. 1994 




Retirement party held for Alban Christie 



Satufday June 25 was a big day at 
the Christie homestead at 45 Basin St 
in BathunL 

A large field day, under a big top 
tent, was held to honor Alban 
Christie, who has retired after 40 
^ears service with Hatheway Lim- 
ited. (Prior to that, Mr. Christie 
worked four years with the Provincial 
Bank of Canada.) About 300 Mends 
and relatives were in attendaiKe. 

The gathering was actually a dual 
afbir. u it was also the 60th birthday 
of Mr. Christie's brother. Entile. 

The aftertxxm was organized by 



Alban's daughter. Claudette, and the 
evening was organized by Emile's 
daughter. Helena. Games including 
horseshoes were held in the after- 
noon, and two clowns were on hand 
to entertain the children. 

A beautiful buffet was held and a 
punch and refreshments were served 
throughouL 

The evening was spent in singing 
and dancing, and ended with a large 
chicken bouillon. JoeHacheyandhis 
band supplied the musical entertain- 
ment for the remainder of the event 

Out-of-town guests included Mr. 



and Mn. Brian Vautour, and Mrs. 
Mayda Christie Wolfe. Saint John; 
Mr. and Mn. Germain Lavoie, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jay Ferry and Mrs. Mar- 
garet Christie, DaUiousie; and Leo 
Noel, Montreal. 

The two hosts received many gifts 
and congratulatory messages. They 
wish to thank everyone for supplying 
the food and most of the refreshments 
for this great occasion. 

Alban and Emile Christie would 
also like to thank die good lord for the 
excellent weather, and the foltowing 
for their kind help: Brumwick Min- 



ing and Smelting. Cormier and Sons 
Bottling Works. LabaU's, Clovis 
Septic, Burman Enterprises, the 
Bathurst City Police, City Parks and 
Recreation Department. Bill and 
James Kenny, Joe Hachey and his 
band, Hatheway Limited and staff, 
Doucet's Landscaping and Green 
Thumb Landscaping. 

• A man who darss to w«»ta on* hour 
of time has not disoovarad tha valua of 

Ufa. 

-Chartaa Darwin 
(1809-82) 



The above photo was taken to mark Alban (Christie's retirement Shown 
from left are Hayden Hatheway of Hatheway Limited; Arnold Blanchard, 
parts manager at Hatheway's and Mr. Christie's immediate supervisor, Mr. 
Christie, his wife Yveoe and daughter Claudette; and Mr. Hatheway's wife, 
Mildred. 



Strawberry 
for July 20 



social set 
in Clifton 



Fred and Debbie Peters and child- 
ren. Amanda and Aaron of Rich- 
mond, B.C. recently visited family 
members Downshore and in 
Bathurst. 

Those they visited inlcuded Mer- 
vin and Doreen Smith of CCanobie and 
Jarvais Gauthier of BathursL They 
also attended a reunion of family and 
friends on July 3. 

Peter Scou returns to Toronto this 
week following a vacation visiting 
his mother, Mrs. Ruth Scott, Stoneha- 
ven as well as other family members 
in the area. 

Walter and Joyce Smith and child- 
ren Loretta and Matthew of Thom 
Hill. Ont are vacationing at the 
Smith homestead in New Bandon. 

Mrs. Dorothy Badger has as her 
house guest. Elsie Kent, Needham, 
Mass. at her summer home in 
Stonehaven. Dorothy and Elsie went 
to high school together many years 
ago and have kept in touch on 
birthdays ans special occasions. 
However, this is Elsie's first visit to 
Stonehaven and she is thoroughly 
enjoying her stay. 

Ralph Clouston of Bowmanville, 
Ont. his been visiting his mother, 
Mn. Dorothy Clouston, Clifton as 
well as other family members in the 
Dov^shcre and Bathurst area. 

Mrs. Elaine Scott and children 
Paul. Kevin and Tanya recently vis- 
ited her parents. Thomas and Isalee 
Dempsey. Stottchaven. They have 
since returned to their home in 
Dartmouth, N.S. 

Also visiting the Dempseys were 
another daughter, Patsy, her husband 
. Byron Scott, and children. Tammy, 
Trmr and Shauna of Sussex. 

Ine strawberry season is here and 
with that in mind everyone is invited 
to attend a strawberry social on July 
20 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the 
Christ Church Hall in Clifton. There 
will also be a bake sale at this event 

PROUD GRANDPARENTS 

Mervin and Doreen Smith of Ca- 
nobie are delighted that two of their 
grandchildren were among the 1994 

Sduates of Baihunt High School, 
nnie Smith and Christopher Jagoe. 

Recent guests at the Smith home in 
(Canobie inchided Harold and Sandra 
Sommen of Red Bank and Blair and 
Shiriey Vie of Tabusintac. 

Meanwhile, Mr. Smith celebrated 
his 83rd birthday Saturday with fam- 
ily and friends at a gathering at his 
home. 

Harold and Edith Payne of 
Stonehaven are having a busy sum- 
mer entertaining visitors. Their 
daughter Laurie and her husband. 
Qinton Conrad, of Nackawic recen- 
tly visited, as did Hubert Collins of 
Bcckworth, N.S. Visiting at the Pay- 
nes with Mr. Collins were his 
daughter Ellen, her husband, Norman 
Woods, and their son Myles. of 
Oxfonl. N.S. 

Visiting the Paynes this week are 
Rocky and Fran Miceli of Rexdale, 
Ont. with their son Louis and his 




Scholarships 

Kari Babineau of Bathurst was 
recenUy awarded a Dr. W. Blair 
Orser Scholarship in science, valued 
at $2,000 per year for four years, and 
a Tom and Parker Hickey Memorial 
Scholanhip. valued at SIJOOO, both 
from the Unhrertity of New Bruns- 
wKk in Fredeiiclon. Karl, a 1994 
Bathurst High School graduate, is the 
ton of Mr. and Mn. Rene Babineau. 
He plans to study idence at UNB in 
the fall. 



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Amy and Tanya Godin. of Vanier 
(outside of Ottawa), are celebrating 
their eighth birthdays with their 
grandparents, Stella and Frank (3o- 
din, of Grand Anse. 

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news from the Downshore area? 
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Brit marked her 83rd birthday here 
during visit with son and his family 



The Northern Light, Wed., July 13. 1994- M' 



Molly Richardson has relumed to 
Romsey (near Southhampton), Eng- 
land. She was in Canada for a vist 
with her son. Mike Richardson and 
his wife Kathleen. Dunlop. 

While here she celebrated her 83rd 
birthday. She plans to return next 
year to attend the wedding of her 
granddaughter, Joy Richardson. 

Estelle and Amelia Pisani, Union 
City, New Jersey, were recent guests 
of Loreoa Pisani and her husband 
Raymond Chiasson. While in the 
Maritimes they were accompanied by 
Loretta to Fundy National Park and 
Grand Manan Island. 



Over The 
Back Fence 

By aCANOR A. SCO 



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The trials and tribulations 
of trying to get a safe tan 



Also visiting Loieua and Ray- 
mond were his brother Andr6 Chias- 
son and his wife Claire. They were 
here from Chicoutimi, Que. 

Students of the old LeBlanc High 
School in Bathurst may run into an 
old teacher, the former Brother Ar- 



nold, in town this summer. 

Gerard Slcvcr, the former Brother 
Arnold of the Brothers of the Sacred 
Heart, has come to Bathurst from his 
home in Melbourne, Australia, for 
the summer to visit family, friends 
and former students. 

Among the people he is staying 
with locally are Mrs. Raymond Babin 
and Mrs. Carl Fisher, both of Bath- 
urst, and his sister-in-law, Gertrude 
Stever, also of Bathurst 

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It seems there are no pleasures we 
can indulge in anymore, without 
worrying about nasty health side- 
effects. 

Take the sun, for example. We 
Bathurstonians have recently lived 
through not one, but two, of the worst 
winters in a row. Now, we want to 
spend time in the sun, warming our 
bones, and getting rid of that winter 
pallor. 

But suntanning is known to cause 
skin cancer, especially in people with 
fair skin, like myself. Everyone 
should use a sunblock (it's not even 



Speaking 
Of Women 

By JANICE R. 
AUOUR 





OUR SPECIAL THANKS TO: 






called suntan lotion anymore) with a 
Sun Protection Factor of at least 15, 
and it can't contain PABA, and it 
should offer protection from both 
UVA and UVB rays. 

Whew! 

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miraculous product, then you have to 
test it on a patch of skin to make sure 
you aren't allergic to it If you don't 
break out in hives, then you must 
slather the stuff on every inch of 
exposed skin. Now, not only are you 
pale, you are pale and slimy — a 
particularly attractive combination. 

You uso may attract bugs, depend- 
ing on if the sunblock is scented or 
noL If it is scented, you will be pale, 
slimy and itchy. 

Eveiy year, I swear I will crush any 
desire for warm, golden brown skin. 
Every year, I last until about July, 
then I can't stand it anymore. I run out 
into the sun unprotected, and proceed 
to bake myself, emerging redder than 
cooked New Brunswick k>bsier. 

I am at this stage now. As I slather 
Ak)e Vera gel aU over my body, it 
occurs to me that instead of being 
pale and slimy, I am now rod. slimy 
and in pain. Another particularly 
attractive combination. 

I am hoping I won't peel, and that I 
didn't do any lasting damage to my 
skin. I am also studymg all my moles 
and freckles, kx)ldng for signs of 
melanoma. 

The other night. I decided to 
venture to the drug store, red, slimy 




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and all, to find another way to ^cl 
golden brown skin. I studied ail ihc 
self-tanners (or auto-bronzage, il you 
arc buying the expensive stufQ i"") 
decided to try three different kinds. 

With sunblock, I know the wisdom 
of a test patch. I rubbed on a small 
amount of each brand, and I 
waited...and waited.. .and waited for 
this miraculous golden tan to appear. 
A few hours later — voili! I had lhn;c 
different patches of orangey-yellow 
skin, competing for attention with my 
naturally red skin. All I need are a 
couple of good bruises, and I could be 
a rainbow! 

So here I sit, wishing I lived in 
another era, when being deathly 
white was a sign of affluence and 
beauty. (Mind you, during ihi same 
era, red hair was considered a sign of 
witchcraft!) 

I try to console myself with the fact 
that if I never go in the sun again, 
although I will be pale, I will look 
years younger than my currently- 
tanned counterparts in 20 or 30 years. 

However, it is cold comfort when 
you have to live through summers of 
people coming up to you and seeing 
how tan they are compared to you, 
and laughing at how white you arc. 
(It's pathetic when someone has to 
get an ego boost from being more tan 
than a redhead — offenders, lake 
note!) 

Perhaps someone will start a sup- 
port group for recovering tan addicts! 




To commence 
doctoral studies 

Michel Roy. son of Livin and 
Lucette Roy of Pointe Vertc, will 
conunencc doctoral studies at York 
University in Toronto in September. 

Since graduating from Bathurst 
High School in 1987. Michel has 
been awarded a bachelor of arts 
degree in Law and Political Science 
(1991) and Labor Studies (Dean's 
List, 1992) from Carleton University 
in Ottawa. After completion of his 
thesis, he will soon receive the degree 
of master of arts in Legal Studies, 
also from Carleton. 

For two consecutive terms of of- 
fice, starting in 1992, Michel was 
president of Local 2323 of the Cana- 
dian Union of Public Employees, 
representing 1,200 academic workers 
at Carleton University. He has been 
very active in the Ottawa labor 
community, and has also served as 
chair of the Carleton University Rank 
and FUc Workers (CURF), a coali- 
tion of more than 2,(XX) organized 
and unorganized workers at Carleton. 

During his studies. Michel was 
awarded the A. Anckas Memorial 
Award for Labor Studies (1991), a 
Carleton University Graduate Scho- 
larship (1992-93), and the Chct 
Mitchell Memorial Award in Law 
(1993). 

His studies in the politicial science 
department at York University will 
be funded by the university. He has 
also been awarded an Ontario Gradu- 
ate Scholarship (1994-95) from the 
Ontario Ministry of Education and 
Training. 



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Top math students in District 15 

The New Bniiuwick Mathematics Competition's top students for School 
District IS. for the junior high school divuion, are shown here with Ralph 
Bums, mathematics coordinator. Fnxn left Elizabeth MacMinn, Orade 7. 
daughter of Donald and Sharon MacMinn; Katie Gammon. Grade 8. daughter 
of Peter and Edith Gammon; and Satyanand Satyananiyana. Grade 9, son of 
Herb and Madeline Satyanaiayana. 




Guides hold bridging ceremony 

Girl guides from die Third West Bathurst Guide Unit feoeolhr held a 
bridcing ceiemonv for girls going from Guides to Pathfinders. The girls 
involved, front, from left Jessica Kenny. Emily Aubie, Kaien Gallant, 
Melissa Fisher. Julie Poins, and Liza Cormier. Back, left: pathfinder Kelly 
Reinsboroogh. guide Samin Samara and pathfinder Kath^ MacDonald. 




Sea cadets receive awards 

Petty Oflicea Canie Wilson (lefQ and Manoo Doucet. both of the 27S 
Oialear Ro^ Canadian Sea Cadet Corps, recently received Canada Day 
Youlfa Awards from Bathurst Mayor Ken Prenette. The cadets received the 
awards in lecccnitkn of their vahiable contribation to the conununtty, 
Canada and the cadet movemenL In addition to receiving the awards, bom 
youths were also taken to dinner by Mr. Frenette. 

(Nor«Mm Uohl Phete) 



On Dean's List 

Two local students are among 
those who made it onto the Dean's 
List for 1993-94 at the Univenity of 
New Brvnswick in the faculty of 
business adminiatralkm. 

Stacy Lee Keehn and Christopher 
Raleigh Kerr both had grade point 
avenges of 3.7 or better at the 
PKdericlon university, said a release. 

A total of 100 stadetns were on the 
Dean's List for busioeu in 1993-94 
at UNB. 



Qina Witherall of Bathurst and representing the Bathurst Farmefs 
Market was the lucky winner of a meal for two at Carey's By The Sea, 
complete with Wayne Autiie as Chauffeur driving the limousine and 
a boiiquet of flowers. Ail t>y entering a recently hekl contest during 
-Hire a Student Week'. 

The Student Emptoyment Centre would \\k$ to thank Carey's By 
The Sea, Special Oocastons Limousine Sen/k:e, and Olivers 
Qardens atong with all txjsiness who registered job vacancies 
during "Hire a Student Week*. 

Frorn left Johnni and Tomi Carey, Gina Witherall, Mike Bouma 
and Wayne AMe. 




Award winners 

Superior Junior High School re- 
cently held iu year-end awards ban- 
quet for Grade 8 and 9 studenu. 
shown here aie Kevin Murphy (left), 
winner of the annual fbnd-raiaer 
award; and Greg AUain, winner of 
the Chris Pitre Memorial IVophy for 
badminton. Missing firom photo is 
Teuy Good, who received the Na- 
tasha Clouston Memorial Award. 
(Norlhwn UgM Photo) 



Top students at Superior 

Superkv Junkv High School recently held its year-end awards banquet for 
Grade S and 9 students, who will be attending Bathunt High School next year. 
The Grade 8 Studenuof the Year for 1993-94 are, fionl. Bill MacMinn and 
Kadvyn AssafT. Back: Qtade 9 Students of the Year Satyanand Satyanar- 
ayana (lefi) and Ada Maxwell 

(NoreMm UgM Photo) 



BATHURT PLANNMQ ADVISORY COMUnTEE 

NOTICE OF PUBUG MEETMO 

TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1994 AT 5:18 P.y. 

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Countiy Hall of Fame inducts accordionist 



Roger Untdgne of Bait Bathunt. oae of the laieit indacieet ink) the New 
Bnmiwick Country Music Hall of Fime. He proudly diqrfayt the framed 
oertificatBt he was preaaoied duriqc the induction ceremony, held July 2 in 
RedericKn. ^ j (llMfMni UgM Pheio) 



JANICE R. AMOUR 
Northern Ught StalT 

Even though he's one 
of the youngest in- 
strumentidists to be in- 
dueled into the New 
Brunswick Country 
Music Hall of Bune. 
Roger Lante^ still 
wants to improve his 
technique. 

1 want to be always 
getting better — not 
perfect — but to im- 
prove always,** said Mr. 
1 4^fitft ^n<H 36, a button 

He was mducted into 
the provincnl country 
music shrine July 2 m 
lYedericton. 

"I was surprised 
when I got the letter 
about two months ago, 
but (the ceremo ny ) was 
a great evening. I was 
very surprised, (he emo- 
tion was very strong.** 

Growing up in Al- 
laidville, Mr. Lanteigne 



devdoped a love for 
Acadian folk music, 
pfai)ing his accordion at 
tainilv gatherings and 
sociatt at die lender age 
ofdthLAtl2hebe9m 

Symg professionally 
weddmgs, anniver- 
saries and odier get- 
logethers, an the tune 
developing his own un- 
ique style. During these 
years, he also irfaced 
first in more than a 
dozen accordion 
co n tests. 

"Then, in 1987, die 
East Bathurst resident 
received a special 
award of distinction. 
Hiat's the vear he was 
presenied me Laureate 
of Accordion Supre- 
macy by die Cultural 
Society of Kent, at a 
musical gala in 
Biictonche. 

Afta receiving many 
odier awards, he won 
the Player of die Year 



'I want to be always getting 
better — not perfect -but to 
improve always/ 

Roger Lanteigne 



trophy for 1993-94 at 
the lYench Gala in 
Grand Fklls. 

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teigne has appeared on 
many racfio and televi- 
sion specials, and was 
choaen to rraresent the 
traditional folk music of 
New Brunswick Aca- 
dians at Expo *86 in 
Vancouver. This fiune 
has brou^ him some 
recognition from the 
School District 7 chikl- 
ren who ride die bus he 
has been driving for 15 
years. 

*T* ve never played on 
the bus, but diey have 



seen roe on TV, and dua 
makes some (tf the kids 
excited to meet me," 
said hfr. Lanteigne, who 
has lived m Bathurst for 
die past 21 yean. 

He has two lapa cur- 
rently on die market, 
and was a guest perfor- 
ma on die Up Home 
Tonight record set. of- 
fered for sale on diat 
long-running ATV 
show. 

Jau grMt BIN* Holiday 
was only 18 when she 
made, with Benny Good- 
man, her first recordings. 

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ended his 30-year exile 
from ttw United States and 
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Keith Morrison is a step 
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The co-host of (HVs 
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signed a ne>w contract that 
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son's heir apparent on 
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Morrison wW remain with 
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Robertaon whenever he's 
on assignment or vaca- 
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"ITS the fantasy fob m 
news on Canadian televi- 
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onoa worked as a Irwup 
editor and ttien weelnnd 
relief anchor for CTV 
News in the 1970s. 

"I have always had an 
eye on the Job ever aince 
Harvey Kirck did it before 
Uoyd," he aays. 

During CTVa coverage 
of the D-Oay oeiebrattona 
in FrafK}e last month, Rob- 
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A natWe of Saakatche- 
wan, Morriaon got his start 
at CTV, than later anc- 
hored CBC's "The Jour- 
nal." Morrtoon returned to 
Canada In 1992 after sev- 
eral yeers In the United 
States, inckxSng a iengttty 



stint at KNBC in Los An- 
gsies. 

Wfien he returned to 
Canada to take over the 
"Canada AM" job. he sakl 
at tfw tinw fie'd always 
wanted to do tttat show, as 
weH. He also was escap- 
ing the higfvpreesurs and 
potontteHy dangerous en- 
vironment of Loe Angeles 
for a bettor piece to raise 
his cfiMdran. 

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person wtw ooltec te jobs, 
places and experiences," 
Morrison says of his pen- 
chant for moving quickly 
from Job to Job. He admit- 
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"I have a pel name for 
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Referring to the recent 
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adventure aarlae. (R)7a44l7 

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Tke GMmdharvas-A 
Soap Buibli and 
imtrtla 

As the sttwin title 
mggestt, don't be look- 
ing to tUs bond for 
toogs sbont teensge 
beanbreaken and par- 
tjfing down. 

"I don'tlike hearings 
aoog that's very good 
somcally. bat the lyrics 
are jnst thrown 
logeiher.Jf yon have 
bid vocals, itii just like 
listening 10 yonr gnitan 
thrown way oat of 
tune," says Panl Jago, 
lead singer and lyricist 
for die London, OnL 
band. 

Jago was interviewed 
by phone somewhere in 
Ontsfio last week, to 
help promoie a loar in 
support of A Soap 
BubbkAHdlMtertia, the 
band's major-label de- 
but 00 MCA Reconls. 
Tour dales indnde die 
Double Deuce in Hali- 



fix on Thursday. The 
Shaik Lounge in She- 
diac on Friday, and 
Apodiacaries in Char- 
loltelown on Saturday. 
> Maybe dieir name 
jsn't instandy fiuniliar, 
but you've seen die 
Oandharvas' video on 
MttchMusk;, for dieir 
song **nie Pint Day Of 
Spring." You know die 
one: it depfets a man 
itxapjpei into some hor- 
rible Gootrsptkm oi a 
chair, from which he 
tweaks loose at the 
video's end. 

Deq) staff; but what 
do you expect from a 
group 

nsmed after a Hindu 
term that means "celes- 
tial musicians to die 
gods." 

Describing The 
Gandharvss' music is 
not easy. Their record 
company describes A 
Soap Bubble and Inser- 
fia as **a sledc neo-jazz- 



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meets-pop-meets-wOTld 
beat sound." Huu's a 
moudiful snd a half, snd 
Jago agrees die band's 
diverse music mskes 
them hsrd to pigeon 
bole. 

"We used to sit ar- 
ound snd sort of Isugh 
about where in the 
work! do we fit Do we 
sound British, do we 
sound Csnsdisn or 
Amerk:&n? Really, we 
don't bekMg anywhere. 
We're eidier like total 
outscssts or just 
cosmopolitaa" 

Jago and his band- 
males didn't set out to 
be oooscwusly different 
from die norm. (The rest 
of the band's lineup is 
Jud Ruhl and Brian 



Ward on guitars, Eric 
Howden. bass; and 
Tim McDonald, 
drums.) 

**It*s more an imprint 
of who we are," he 
explained. Orowinx up 
memben is 21). die 
Oandharvas collec- 
tively listened to every- 
thing from die Velvet 
Underground to a tot of 
'80s pop and metal, in- 
chidim Peter Gabriel 
and Tie PioUce. 

With an dxMe styles 
melted down, die result 
is an album of broad 
in die 1980s (the aver- 
age age of die band 
musical strokes, o( light 
and dark passages. 
Asked if all diat range 
makes it hard for die 



Rock Lines 

WHh GREG MULOCK 
Managlno Editor 




band to find a live 
groove, one die audi- 
ence can kx± into, Jago 
saki it's no proUem. 

*X)ur shows are usu- 
ally very enesgetic The 
songs are diverse, but 
there seems to be a 
through line diat ties 
everything 
together...Sonietinies I 
wonder if we're confus- 
ing people, but I don't 
think so because we al- 



ways have a good 
reactkm." 

And, given dieir mus- 
ical inlhiences, dodM^ 
do any Velvet Under- 
ground coven? 

**Actually, we've 
been learning a bunch of 
cover songs lately. 
We've done "Don't 
Stop Believing." by 
Journey." 

Journey? As a joke? 

"Yeah- (Pause) Well, 
half." 



Latest from Pam Tillis is 
^Sweetheart' of an album 



Pam Tints.. 

Sweatluarft Damet 

Pam Tillis' currem 
project is a sweedieait 
of an album. 

Sweetheart's Dance 
picks up where Home- 
ward Looking Angel left 
off, an album whidi 
charted such hits ss 
"Shake The Sugar 
Tree," "Do You Know 
Where Your Man Is," 
and "Oeopatra, Queen 
Of Denial" 

"SpUIed Perfume," 
die lead single Crom 
Sweetheart's Dance, is 



just a taste of what is 
in-stwe here. "They 
Don't Break 'Em Like 
TT)cyUscdTo.""IWas 
Blown Away" and 
"Better Off Blue," a 
country-rocker, are de- 
finite hits for Pam Tillis. 

There's even a spe- 
cial treat in die gospel- 
flavored "Td AU The 
Lonely's Gone," featur- 
ing the entire Tillis fam- 
ily, including father Mel 
and Pam's sisters, 
Cindy and Carrie, and 
brodier Mel Jr. 

Cava tunes include. 




"When You Walk In 
The Room" a Jackie 
deShannon song that 
was a big pop hit in the 
mid-60s for The 
Searchers, and "Calico 
Plains." taken' from 
Matraca Berg's 1990 
debut album. 



Pam is backed by the 
best of Nashville's 
pickers on Sweetheart's 
Dance, and even has 
Bill Munroe doing the 
mandolin solo on the 
aforementioned "Til All 
The Lonely's Gone." 
(Arista) 



mci^ REVUE 



By JAMCB E. AMOUR 
Northern Ught Staff 

Philadelphia 

Tom Hanks (Forrest Gump) won an Oscar for his portrayal of a 
lawyer widi a hi^-profile Pluladelphia firm, who is fired after the law 
parmers suspea he has AIDS. 
Denzel Washington (Jhe Pelican BrUf) is the bomq)hobk; television-type lawyer who agrees 
to fight for Hanks' human rights, and learns to become more humane in die fnocess. 

An kitelligent, insightful and moving fibn, based on a true story. It is mosdy a courtroom 
drama, but it wiU make everyone diink twice about whether they show compassion and empadiy 
for persons living with HIV. A must-see. 

In the Name of Ike Father 

Another excellent movie, also based on a true story. This film has Daniel Day-Lewis (The Age 
cf Innocence) portraying an Irish man falsely accused oi die IRA bombing of a pub in Chelsea, 
Englaiid in the 1970^. Aik) staning Emina Thompson (TAtf i?eiriaMr o^iAe Day) as die U 
finally frees Day-Lewis. 

A powerfid dnima, also hngely centred around a courtrooni, but you ^ more of an iiisight into 
die people and dieir relationships with each other than in Philadelphia. Highly recoounended. 




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women he once dumped. (R) (In 
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I'smptoi d'une famHle de la 
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una famme qui fait le meme me- 



• VIDEO ART vweo t u n u j 

• REASON TO BELIEVE 

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• "Secret Qemea " saoetse 

S4S 

• MOVK irtrkVt "Eastor Par- 
ade" (194S. Muaioel) Judy Gar- 
land, Fred Aetaire. Aftor his 
partner dumpa him for a lead In 
a Ziegfeid production, a re- 
aouroaM denoer turrta a chorus 
girl into a star. 70SMi« 

• NATIONAL ■ tnosiO 

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VInoa CaHni. MMsa 

• NMESmATRRE REPORTS 
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critical examirtallon of the prat>- 
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cedurea and the Hubbia tale- 
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a MOVIE A^ "Irwaders From 
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• MOVNI ""U Taveme da I'an- 
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SyU a at ar Slalons, Ann and As- 
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VIEWERS' VOICES 

'Frasier* actress 
used to be on 
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The Northern Ught, Wed.. July 13, 1994 — 7 



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DAFFY OVER DAPHNE • 
Can you taH ma aoma- 



of "Fraaiar"? Wliai* can I 
wfNa har? -Frank OMdto, 
Brandon, Man. 

Leevos, who plays senv 
ipsychic caregiver Daphne 
Moon, hails from East 
Qrinstead, Englarxl. An 
ankle iniury at 18 curtailed 
a career in ballet and. after 
a brief stint as a New York 
model, she began an act- 
ing career in England, 
where she was in "The 
Benny HM Show." Movie 
credits include 'To Uve 
and Die in LA.," "Monty 
Python's the Meaning of 
Life," "The Hunger" and 
"Don't Stop Now. " She 
played Audrey, MMee Sii- 
veriserg's fiancee, on 
"Murphy Brown," and 
"'ttie virgin" on a notorious 
"Semfeid " episode invoh^- 
Ing John F. Kennedy Jr. 
Unmarried, Ljoeves Uvea in 
Los An g sles with her two 
cats, Newman Bumble and 
Matilda, and dotea on 
baby-sitting her young ne- 
phew, CoHin. Her free thfne 
is divided bet¥iraen per- 
sonal fitnaas worfc and 
mal-hopping with pals 
Faith Ford and Valerie 
Bertmelli. Write to her C/0 
"Frasier, " NBC Television 
Networtc, 3000 W. Ala- 
meda Ave., Burbanic. Calif. 
91523. 

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leased on tape, but does 
occasionally turn up 
(heavfly edited) on cable. 
SPELUNQ C0UHT8 - 
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ron SpeHng? Any chance 
of anottiar "Dynaaty" 
nMTVie or meiie^r^Mr 

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Spelling Television Inc., 
5700 WHshire Blvd., SuHe 
575, Los Angsiea, CaHf. 
90036. Since there already 
has been a "DynasyTV 
movie, recently repeated, 
and the reruns are doing 
very poorly in syndication, 
chancea of a video re- 
lease, or another movie, in 
the near future are almost 
norvexistent. 



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That mind-blowing and 
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Tevin Campbal. DAS EFX, Arv- 
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a JANE WHtTNEY F rom Fe- 
bruary: liow dKoroed parents 
struggle to InaSi tttsir own val- 
ues in the chNdran. (R) <7tiasa 



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•MOVK irt,^ "Hel's House" 
(ISSe, Drama) Batle Davis, Pa t 
0"Brian. After his mother's 
dsath, a twy moves to llw city 
to ive «»lth relatives and be- 
ooflfMS Involved with a booOsg- 
ger.«7aae7ss 

4.*00 



• RAPCfTYM«74 

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4:36 

• FRIDAY HMMfT (In Stereo) 



4:45 

•FUTURE WATCH Humorous 
scrsen severs for PC monitors. 
(R)i 



CBC will cover rodeo 
action at the Stampede 



At first glance, one may 
not see any similarity be- 
tween professional rodeo 
and swimming. 

Or tracl< and field and 
gymnastics for that mat- 
ter. 

But with CBC's coverage 
of the $50,000 rodeo 
showdown at the Calgary 
Exhibition and Stampede 
on Sunday, July 17, one 
nnay begin to see the re- 
semt)iarKe. 

As with athletic, gymnas- 
tic and swimming meets, 
ttie rodeo is made up of 



several events that rely on 
the ability of tfie individual 
competitor. 

CBC commentator Bob 
Tallman will guide viewers 
through the Calgary 
Stampede's "big five " ev- 
ents of professional ro- 
deo. Of the five, saddle 
bronc riding, t>areback hd- 
ir>g arKJ t)uil riding make up 
the roughstock events, 
and calf roping and steer 
wrestling comprise the 
timed events. 

While rodeo contestants 



rely on then own talents 
for good scores, they also 
depend on an equally im- 
portant performance by 
the other "athletes" in- 
volved, the animals. 

In the roughstock events, 
the livestock count for half 
of a contestant's score. In 
tt)e timed events, competi- 
tors depend on tt>eir 
ttorses for a decent run. 
Even ttie nKxxJ of a calf or 
steer on a partx:ular day 
can ruin a rider's char>ces 
in ropir>g or wrestling. 



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• PSYCHIC PHONE UNE 

nraie 

• MACNEHJLEHRER 
NEWSHOURBfTlttt 

• MOOAY (R)HMMni 

9 ROOCO PnOfEBBIOWKL 
OU QUEBEC (R) Mi14t 

• MOVC * "Final Ch^Mw^ - 
WaMng Tal" (1977, Dnwra) Bo 
Svenson, Forrest Tuckw. Just 
prior to his death in a Aery car 
crash, Tarmessse lawman Bo- 
ford Pussar ffnds his own town 
turning against him. MiMS 

P " Saturday Night Favar" 

7S7t71 

• MSIOE SPORTS m «94f1« 
■ UFE ON VENUS AVE. 



• WIUTE COURSE "Using the 
Writar's Tools " bmiio 

• SENSE OF HISTORY A 1956 
report on ttw revolution in Hun- 
gary. (R) Bi 3SM2M 

il OWiyrv A Nama's birth; 
water pressure: a tMbble spi- 
der, the Hoot kids bulM a ckjb. 



• HUMAN ECOLOOV 4S0l1 



9 L^aE AUX OURS 
a Wl COUNTRY OSJL Che< 
John Babb praparea fresh 
spring ross as oia racninona nai 
Inn in the Blus fVdga Moun- 
tains. On Slareo) Min 
m SUPER FORME PUIS Una 
sarta d'emieatons da danaa 
aarobique. (R)i 



S M WW N WLg Super- 
woman siylae created by Byron 
Lars and awent-garda slree- 
twaar by Denial JaaWi. (R) ■ 

U1T177 



• "City of Joy"n7ntr4 

12:30 
CD • LITTU MERMAID ■ 



Car' (1S66, Comedy) Haylay 
Dean 



M 

DBRLAND The reeUenta of 
Vtfondailand we lad on a wM 



• OVERNIQHT aSSTM 

• MOVIE **V^ "Chimera" 
(1991. Science Fiction) John 
Lynch, Christine Kavaniagh. A 
journalist and a lab technician 
investigate a brutal massacre at 
a clinic conducting genetic erv 
gineering experiments. 744Sii 

5:30 
S BERT1CE BERRY From Jan- 
uary: A single modwr's two ad- 
ult daughters express concern 
over ttw type of men she is dat- 
ing. (R) 111177 
3) TO BE ANNOUNCED MW71 

• MOTORBIQ '94 lasSM 

m SHOWBIZ TODAY (R) 132180 

5:36 
O NBC NEWS MQHTSIDE 
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6.-00 
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(9 DUE PROCESS 17X7S0 

• HUMAN EOOLOQY SOSMS 

• WESTERN THAOfTION 
1W71 

• NE0AA»M413 

• QOLP DE LA PQA L'Ont- 
nium britannique: deuxieme 
ronde. En provenance du Tum- 
tMrry Oolf Club a Ayrshire, en 
Ecosse. (R) TsasM 

• ANDY ORFFfTH assssi 

• OOLF isa«is 

• vnEOPLOw 47wt7 

• SPORTS LATENIOHT (R) 
21tn7 

6:30 

• PNjQRIM journey A PH- 
grtm youth offers her account of 
the Mayflower voyage. WMS 
QD DANNY AND THE KILLER 
RAM A 5-year-old tries to pro- 
tect his pet iducks from ttw dan- 
gers of add rain. t3i77 

CD ■ TERRYTOONS Man 

aiaDBiTSm«7 

■ WESTERN TRADITION 



• BETWEEN THE LINES 
SXIIMt 

• DUMBO'S CMCUS •72142 

• DARTS 22NM 

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• BOOKMICE a4sai 

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• MAD SCCNTIST TOON 

CLUBMiar 

OD ANNBAL ADVENTURES 
CorraervathMiists have esta- 
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where pelcans ars breedkig •OARnELOANDPRBMOSB 



AT WMIM 

^f MOTORWBBK Lend Rower 
DIaoovery 4X4 wagon; PonHec 
Gnnd Prn sedan; raeaerch and 
aevenomsni ai iiuiwa. \in 
8lMeo)MMn 

• TOP CAT AND THE BEV- 
BILV MLtB CATS qiaoe 
relgne wtian Top Get* a trtand, 
Benny the BelL la manwned In 
weeRny woman e ww. \ni 



m REAL NEWS POR lODS 

• BUS, THE HAPPY PROPES- 
S0RM14t 

0:48 
■ (B) • THEODORE TUG- 
BOAT 4Mtn77 14 



• R OOeO P ro Bui RMars. 
Fram Rancho Murlatta, Caw. 
(Taped) (In aiareo) toaiti 




(9 ENERGY EXPRESS n413 

• NEW VANmWOMOHOP 

Fenoaa In Colonial WMtama- 
burg, Va.; three fences mads of 

MM^Bs^B ^n^MS ^^^uW> IB X^^MW 

• HBALTN show Whet w« 
beneOt a baby moat during the 
flret aigM weeka of pregnancy. 
(R)Bnmn 

• ARE YOU AFRAID OP THE 
OAMCr Young Oeen la trans- 
lOrmaa Dy a vwn iiom a avenge 
archaeologist (R)i 

• TOE 

• FIM WI O Wrm ROLAND 
MARTBI On Slareo) tSlfM 

• SPOTUQHT Erasure. HMM 



Jonee. A O le m sss 
cat proves to be the FBI's grea- 
teet asset In Ms search fbr a pair 
of bank-robbing kkinappars. 



(D • WONDER WHYT ■ N71 
(B RUNAWAY WITH THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS Actress Maiy 
Frvm ("Newhert") In Italy: Bar- 
bara Eden travele to Malaysia. 
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• STOrWATCN tITM 

CB VOYAGE GRANDEUR NA- 
TURE »1« 

• TRAftJH)E: MAKE YOUR 
OWN ADVENTURE MM6 

• MEDIA From Sara(e«o to Af- 
ghanistan, war t hrough the 
eyea of woman JoumelMa. (R) 



BrMish recordkig star who Is at- 
tracted to one of the girls. 
aiisat 

• SET Y O UR SjULB Tips on 
ohooeing a chartar oompeny, 
and storing food aiMl equip- 
mant on a boat. 467te 

• MBDAY (R) ■ 161MM^ 

• RDG MOrORNE (R) iTiOii 

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Ddph Lundoren, Frank Lan- 
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modem-dav CaMomie to re- 
Irlava the Coemlc Key before II 
Mto into the handi of Ote eyi 



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• SATURDAY TODAY (In 
StBreo)Ma2aa 

• write COURSE "Dieoover- 
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• JAPAN TODAY »173n2 

• MR. WIZARD'S WORLD Mr. 
Wizard demorwtr a te s how to 
make a hot-air baMoon in the 
kitchen. ai7S4 

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NER ••41«i 



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iMHem Jarwtlngi Bryan. (R) 
ttnm 

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Meea for sliapa, trimming and 
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0>ert3of3)nMi 

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• NATKMAL QEOORAPHIC 
EXPLORER Europe's psrfomt- 
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CD NEW ADVENTURES OF 
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• BUSH BABY Jeckte end 
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• LVLE, LYLE CROCOOEJE: 
THE MUSICAL "The Houae on 
Eact 86lh StraeT' ThePiImm 
famNy grows fond of a ctooodle 
left In their iww ftome tyy its pre- 
vious owrwrs. Score by Charlee 
Sirouse ("Annie"). (R) ■ 
4i6aaMc 

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• SOUL TRABI From 1993: 
Jody WaOey, Onyx, Eriok Ser- 
mon, an) On Stereo) 2aas2 

• CD MOVIE ** "Oekola" 
(1990, Drame) Lou Diamond 
PhiNps, Harta Ware. Tour- 
mente par un passe mystsr- 
ieux. un homme peroourt lee 
routes sur sa moto, la ooeur en 
bendoulere. •4cei 

CD • PINK PANTHER (In 

Stereo) iim 

9 NBA BiSKiE STUFF aaaai 

• NEWCOMJRS 44»1« 

9 UNWE RS IN C 0NN U6 4m< 

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CAL SPORTMNAN (R) 7«i74 

• MEDfCBM mX Two 
women end orw men shere 
their struggle with eiK)rexia 
nervoea. ■ 644isai 

• BOTS MASTER ■ ••30S4 



• CUPS On Storet^ ■ I67W 

• LE MAGAZBN! DES ROAD- 
RUNNERS (R)36^6n 

• WAVELENGTH On Sttno) 



• MOVBE #*M "SumiMr 
Megk:" (1963, Muek:aO Hayley 
MRS, Burl hws. FInencial rever- 
sals after Ihsir father's death 
force s 1910 Boston family to 
move to cheaper quarters in 
Maine. BrMisa 

• BBJ. DANCE OUTDOORS 
(In Stereo) ••••67 

• MOTORCYCLE RIDER 
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• NEWSOAYM268nr 

• amerk:an jusncs The 

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• MOVK *w "Karwaa PecMc" 
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Army eogbwar 6nde the oon- 
strucOon of a weslwerd relroed 
plagued by the acts of Southern 



• WRITMQ THE IKWS 



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BIO (Part 1 of 10) 



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CD • LITTLEST HOBO ■ 7141 

(9 MAD ABOUT YOU Peul and 

Jemie try to set up a reunkin 

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• PREDATORS AND PREY 



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vegstable garden; Ho6y Shim- 
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• OOUSTEAU'S REDIBCOV- 
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New Quinee: The Center of 
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minerai weaNh, goto minee and 
wartime wreckage from WorW 
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twns wNh mushroom sauce ertd 
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• GA RCBNB OF TRE WORLD 
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(R) 113666 

•le TflMJE DE LA RENOM- 

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de la Ugue NetiorMie de Iwokay 

a Toronto. (R) 66«n6 

• MOVK ***M "PapRon" 
(1973, Adventure) Steve 
McQueen, Duetin HoBptwn. 
Tkiw Approxkiwte. A convict 
eerving e Me eentanoe on De- 
vi's Island la datsrmlned to ee* 
cepe. 7663M 

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portanoa aooordaa aTappran- 
Haaaga da i'autodiaoipllna dans 
la davatoppamant da rantant 

(R)H7«f74 

•OOUNTRY CANADA A tarm- 
ar's adorts to ralum «ta naarty 
axllnct talgraaa to «« Can- 
adlanpralrla. (R)llfinit« 

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• O • MITQ RACMO indy- 
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inKIT Ryan imial find halp 
wtian Ma Mand fala into a hota. 
(R)iiMaa 

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(En dbad) SMtM 

• "Bob Robarta" tmnm 

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Data) Banary 200. From Doya r 
Oowna InlamaMonal Spaad- 
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• VOUR MONEY 

S MOW #**fl "Qrayitaka. 
Tha L^gand of Tarzan, Lord of 
tjy Apaa" (1 984, Ad oanlura) 
CfwMopttar LamlMrt, Andto 
MaoOowaH. An orptianad Infant 
la raiaad to ntanttood by African 
apaa in ifiia adaptation of ma 
Edgar Rioa Burroughs Jungia 



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• MMNOR ROA OOLF Amarf- 
taoh Opan - TNrd flound. From 
tm B to nabridga Country CkJb 

(KLMA QOLFBm Appla Claa- 
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Wyltagyi Country Club In Naw 
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'••MOWBUZH 4*141 

'•tjOOK A COOK TradWonai 



• MOVK ***M "Tha African 
Uon" (19(». Documantary) Na- 
twaiata ANfad and ^ma Mi- 
otto's photogr a pWe study of 
■la sarangaa s aaroaai ana 
moat miBundaritood pradaior. 



• POLKA DOT BOOR Mtl 



■(CTENMt UCowpa Davis. 
La ftoata oppoaant la Canada at 
la Vanaxuala an ptowananoa du 
stada da tonnis Jarry a Mon- 
tnaL(EndMara)siai7 

(fiaNMftM 71714 



IRATION 
WWBBTUNO HMte Bobby 
Haattan and Joa Fowlar. uut 
m OMANDCt OUBUUEt Su- 
jats: faira bon managa; faira la 
baau; invNaa: Anthony Kavan- 
ag^ Andra RobHaMs at Fran- 
cois Cttaniar. oiM 



gaifc, vagataMa, firaaft mozza- 
raia and paato pizzas, garite 
ioiota, atrawtMrry pizza. iSHi 
0POBIT8 OK VUE HuR as- 
tronautoa qui ont marcha aur la 
luna rac onton t ravantajra ax- 
traordlnalra. (R) ■ iwi« 

TIME NEWS (R) 



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• AUTO RACBIQ NASCAR 
Qrand National- Ford Cradit 
300. From Soutf) Boalon 
8paad<May, Va. (In Storao Uva) 

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• IHANON, UM A BRAM^ 
OEPHANT BHOW Tha chid- 
ran oolabofsts to maka thair 
own movia atarring ElaphanlH 



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• MOVK ** "Last Actk)n 
Haro" (1903) Arnold Scliwar- 
z anaggar. Ausfln O'Brian. A 
young Mmgoar finda hbnaalf 
batting vNakta wNh hia scrsan 
ktol aftir a magto tlcfcai cata- 
puNa Nm Into a movia. (In 
ttsrw^ -PO-IS* ■ l i MM l l 
9 RARrV AU NITE OON- 
CERfT Jon Sacada. P.M. Dawn 
and 8lwi parform at tha Magic 
Kingdom tar mora than 1004100 
graduating Mglv^MMl aan- 
tors. (R) (In Slsra<4 ■ »11 



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• PLANET WATCH teiwas af- 

■acting tlw anvhonmant. H 

4ai3M1 

• DOQ HOUBE Tha Undar- 
wooda maka and aal oooMaa. 
{R)(|n9iarao)a4aa7a4 

• MOVK ** "Harials Gtoos to 
Monto Carto " (1977. Comady) 
Daan Jonas. Don Knotls. Tlia 
'Ixwa Bug" finda tova and lar- 
can* wliia In Europa tar tfta 
Parla-Monto Cario road raly. 



■ LE ORANB JOURNAL ■ 



O DOUBLE BTOILE kwltaas: 
NathsBa f^anaud at Qanavlavs 



• HEALTH MATTERS SIBM 

• AOVENniNES OP THE 
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(Tapad)mM4PM44a 

• d) H B IPB C 1 Magazma 
aur rinduairia da la moda qua- 

MOOM OT WllifnSBOnOT. 71^ 

(D WRK WORLD OF SPORTS 
Sehadulad: BoKki g -- igNsra 
and alto to ba dslarmlnadc 
Wortd Cup Final aocoar prav- 
lavr. Sporta Nuatratod faihira. 

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WOMAN Bully and Mlchasls 
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pravani lunnar oiooaanaa 
wban d w BulM o BoMSrsar- 
rfva to confront tha ranagads 
indtona. (R) (In Starao) ■ 4i44S 
• SPORTS PLUS MAOAZBK 



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MEMT Una raponaa a raf- 
fro n damant da la dvMsalton 



aqulpaa du Banin at du San*- 

• IMIAHAM KERR« KITCHEN 
Hambwttara ara HoManad up 
using ground raiains. lamon 
jutoa, curry povvdar and garik:. 



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• WORLD OF QOLF M7429 
RAV.P. Musk: vMaos ra- 

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^ WORLD TODAY anaos 

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k»: Tommy Biaza. Ray Hanna. 
Gary Long. (R) 4Ma4l 

• REACH FOR THE TOP 27W7 

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hard to pla as s aa maatar of car- 
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patad annual taiant show. (R) ■ 

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7t7M 

• LES IIMPSON Una famWa 
amaricakia normala dana touto 
sa baauto at touto aon horraur. 



• FASraON TV 743M 

(9 BE QUOl XAI L'AM? M71M 

• CLUB C ONN E CT Taan flt- 
naas; survivors of a bMzzard in 
tha Qraat Smoky Mountains; 
tha muateal group UNV. (In 
Storao) HtTTit 
•OARFKLO AND FRKNOSB 



• SPORTS 30 Rasuma dataMa 
das avanamants sportifs da la 
foumaa. (En dkact) ■ MMM 

• caupornu dreams 

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• KATK A ORBK M>m 

• S P OR T SOESK ■ 41«1S7 

• MANAONia 44aati 

• SEINOR REPORT Tha ras- 
ponaa of tha haaWi cara svs- 
tam to tha naads of a growing 
aank>r popuMton; Community 
OMar l*arsons Alcohol Pro- 
gram. BSMM 

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• CD MOVK *«« "U FMc da 
mon coaur" (1906. Drama) 
Dannis QuaM. EMan Baridn. 
Dans la oolorea Nouvala- 
Orlaana. un Inapactaur aat con- 
fronto a una avocata qui com- 
bat la oorruptton poMciara. 1432S 
d) ENTERTABMKNT TO- 
MQHT (m Starao) ■ 7M1S 

QD • TARZAN XaM 

m WHEEL OF FORTUNE ■ 

47714 

• MOVK ** "Emaat at las 
l oya u aa a octoniaa" (1967. Co- 
madia) Jkn Vamay. Vtotoria Ra- 
ckno. Dans un camp d'ato pour 
garoona, on donna un groups 
da dal n q u anta iOvanlMa un 
homma a tout faira. MMS 

• MOVK *«Vk "RacMaas Dis- 
ragvd" (1966. Drama) Taas 
narpar. Laasa raawan. a snra- 
front lawyar dafands a dwito 
whoaa raputaMon haa liaan 
rufcwd by an kwaattg a Ova TV 



• THREE TENORSi THE Bl- 
POSSKLB DREAM A bahktd- 
tha-acanaa documantary on tha 
making of Ilia 1900 conoart by 
Joaa Carraras. riacMo Oom- 
irtgo and Luciano Pavarott. 



• L' B Q U M E COUSTEAU A LA 
NEOfiCOUVBRTE DU MONDE 

1#14l 

• F A M M O N FILE Supar- 
woman atylaa craatod by Byron 



Lars and avant-gards 
twaar by Daniai JHiak. (R) 



• ARE YOU AFRAR) OP THE 
PAIBCT Young Daan la trans- 
tormad by a vialt from a ab anga 
wcnaaoiogm. |H| ■ vaiiss 
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• RUNAWAY WITH THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS Aetrsaa Mary 
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bar s Eda n travals to Msi a y s i a . 

• MMC ROCKS THE PLANET 
A apacwi cancan VMR promom 
anwonmaniai owaranaaa, n- 
ciuaing rac y oang apa ano nii 
aonga partormad by tha Mou- 
aakalaars. (hi Storao) ■ 7S4ati 

• OONM OUR WAY (Un 
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4SS361 

• MIKE A MIKE'S EXCEL- 
LENT X CAf«AOA ADVEN- 
TURES titrit 

• CAPITAL QANO a72M1 

• HOME AOANI Coach houaa 
ba a amant axcavatad; tour of 
Frank Ltoyd Wright's studto. 

S747ia 

• NATK)NAL QEOQRAPHK: 
"Joumay to tha Forgotton 
Rivar" Tha raiaVonahip ba- 
twaan pradator and pray ia ax- 
amhtad hi thialook M thaani- 
mala of dia AMcan plain. Palar 
Sirauaa narratoa. ■ 7MM 

• BUSY BOOKS ProMaa of 
acUva Montraalari. *ni77 



• (B) • CPL FOOTBALL Cal- 
gary Stampadara at 
CFL CoNs. From 
Stadkjm. (Uva) M4177 
d) • LBQEND OF WHITE 
FANQBai4l 

AMKMOAN LOTTERY ME- 
OABUCRS GIVEAWAY »7ia 
(9 HKTOBIES FANTAS- 
TKWBSaaMi 

• SVLVANM WATERS Ml- 
chaai plana to oalabr ato his 
17«i Urthday wMh a party unM a 
family a mumant canoala It; 
Mtek and Yvatto ahm lor a naw 
car. (R) (Part 7 of 194MMn 

• TARZAN Cocafeia ia found 
aboard a wrackad plana ba- 
tongfng to a piot and hia young 
daughlar wAiom Tarzan raa- 
ouad. BMiaai 

• DEKHOCKEY: Dim MYLEC 



• UJNOIS BISTANT RICHES 



• MOVK **Vk "Uto WMh 
Mikay" (1903) MkMMl J. Fox. 
Chrisdna Vidal. Tha Irraapona^ 
bla haad of a talant agancy 
gahis a naw parspadiva wtian 

10-yaar-oM. (hi Storao) PG' ■ 




• DR. 

WOMAN Su dy -- 

acout fbr biformatkin tliat wM 
pravant furthar t>loodaliad 
whan tha Buflato SokMra ar- 
rtva to confron t ttia 
Indiana. (R) (hi Storao) i 

QD MAJOR LBAOUE 

BALL DatroM TIgara at Kanaas 
aty Ftoyais. From KauRinan 
Stadtom. (Uva) 47iaai 

d) • KUNQ PU: THE LBOEND 
CONTBMES A cMd witti 
psychic abiWaa baoomas kay 
to Paiar's cop kMsr hiva s dg a - 
iton. (R) On Starao) ■ ansa 
(9 MOVK ** "Fhia Thhiga" 
(1990. Drama) Tracy Polan. 
D.W. MoffatL Baaad on Dan- 
lala Stoars baa t sailar about a 
artdowar whoaa stapdaugtitar 
la tatton back by har natural 
falhar. (hi Storac^ ■ 4aasis 
9LE BAW|BAL 1 Laa Qia nta 
da San Franoiaoo afhuiilsiit laa 
Expoa da Montraal. Ou Stada 
Oiympkiua. (En dhaci)anaa7 

• MOVK *** "Stari^jM Ho- 
tsr' (19S7. Drama) Oraar Rob- 
son, r^anr rnaipB. m winani 
da lafolndraaon pata« on anfant 
faR la rawoonb a d'un v r -" ~" 



• PASBMMATE EYE Tha 10- 
yaar aaarch for kklnappad Ar- 
ganlhia ohMran, takan «rom 
ttiah parsnto by poica to ba 
rriaad by tha mBtary. (R) ■ 



• MOVK ** "Robhi Hood: 
Tha Movia" (1966. Advantura) 
Richard Qrsana. Lao McKam. 
Tha togandary ouHew MMs Ma 
band agahiat avi Prinoa John hi 
oolortzad 



• BANOfTAftor teidM unwM- 
ingly baoomaa hivolvad In hia 
uncia'a carnival tNiainaaa, tia 
suddanly Unda hhnaaN baing 
dwaatonadlw a loanafiartc and 
a sharii. (R) (hi Storao) «Mi4i 

• MOVK *it\k "Son of Fkib- 
bar" (1963, Comady) Frad Mao- 
Murray. Nancy Olaon. An ax- 
parimant to maka artW dai rain 
hwtoad oraatoa an anH gravity 
vapor tfiat wraak s havoc hi a 



• OPRY BACKSTAQE (In 
Stareo) 738S13 

• MAJOR LEAQUE BA8E- 



• X-TENDAMIX Musk: vklaos 
wNh Mastar T. 44isao 

• PRIMEI«E¥f8 ■ 4sa0Sl 

• MOVK *** "Framed" 
(1992. Suspansa) Timottiy Dal- 
ton, DavM Morrtosay. A vaca- 
tkxiing British datactiva 
crosaas ttw path of a 
prasumad-daad crtmhial who is 
nowa waaithy art da a iar. M < i a » 

• MOVK **itVi "hivaaton of 
ttia Body Snalchars" (1986. 
Sdanca Rctton) Kavki McCar- 
tt«y. Dana Wyntsr. A doctor 
laams that alan poda ara ra- 

■ -I - - .- ■ - fill ■ 11 il- ■» — .J ■■ ■! ^1 

pwcHig nts irianas ana naign- 
bors with amottoniaas dupli- 

catas. •739072 



• MOON SHOT hilsrviaws and 
rara toolaga ara hichjdad hi ttiis 
ratroapaeova of tha fhat kMiar 
landbig. raooon toh ig ttia 2S(h 
armlvaraary o« tha niatorlc av- 
ant (R) (Parto 1 and 2) to 



• PATH TO STARDOM Clay 
Waiiar. (R) (to Stara(4 MMM 

• SPOTLMMT OavM Bowia. 
(Part 1 of 2) tttw 

• SPORTS SATURDAY MBIM 

• HOME AOARIAaimpto way 
to buNd a aat of windbig atairs; 
s uppo r ting 



MOVK irit "L'Homma da 
(1967. Comadto) Yvas 
Hunaautt. Sam Qrana. Un 
homma daoouvra asaaz tot qua 
la fait d'atre i'homma la plus 
fartia du monda paut cauaar 
bian daa problamaa. ssaaaa 

• NEWSBia7l« 

• DREAM ON IMHI 

• STATLER BROS. Brands 
Laa. Rob Croaby. (R) (hi Starao) 
7aini 

• LARRY KBIQ WEEKEND IB 



10:30 
• HEARTS AFBK John, Qaor- 
gia Ann and BMy Bob ara fhad 
from ttiah^ )oba at ttia school 
(R)(hiStorao)a«aii 
NEW MUSIC CONCERT 



WORLD SERVKE 

siaeiH 

• "Pohit of hnpact" 

• START ME UP I 

10:40 

• OONVERSATMNS Schad- 
utod: actor Kavhi McCarttiy. 
produoar ftobart Soto, aoantas 

• WALKER. TEXAS RANGER 
A woukl-ba Taxas Rangar at- 
tompto to outdo Waftar by tak- 
big on numaroua aacapad cri- 
minals aa wal aaanumbarof 
hmocant byatandsrs. (R) (hi 
8iarao)aMsa7 

d) • STREET JUSTICE ■ 



MOVK *«« "Adtou au faux 
(19B9, Drama) Zuhal 
ttoay. BrHiitto Jannar. Empri- 
aonnaa pour to HMurlra da aon 
mari qui la traltaH duramant 
una Turqua a pprand a a'ouvrh 
aur la monda. MVVMi 

• WORLD'S BEST Tha axpari- 
anoaa of four paopto v a c a tlon- 
hig at tha Naw Aga raaort of At- 
aNaa on ttia Qraak iaiand of 
Skyroa. (R)to»7Mtt 

• NEWS (R) (hi Starao) ■ 



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• MOVK ** "Lady hi ttia 
L ah<K; (1047 . Mystsry) Robsrt 
Montgomary, Laon Amaa. Prt- 
vaia nvaaogaior rnaip Mar- 
Iowa tMoomaa hivolvad with 
murdar. graft and woman wfiHa 
worUng on a caaa. 472aM 

• HEE HAW Ray Stavana. 
Boxcar WNHa. (R) (hi Starao) 



The Northern Light, Wed., July 13, 1994 — 9 

i BEST OF COMK REUEF • UNTOUCHABLES A rival 

gang's anonymous tip to ttia 
poiiOB and their subsequent 
rakl on an irmocant party un- 
laashaa a string of ravanga kii- 
higs. (R) (hi Storao) ■ •417194 
•d) QUOTNNENNE / SELECT 
42 / A TOUT / BANCO / LOTTO 
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• CABRERAS. 
PA VAROTTI Bl CONCERT Tan- 
ora Joaa Canaraa, Plackto 
Dombigo and Luciano PavaroM 
ahig in a 1990 conoart among 
ttia ruhia of Tarma dl Caracala 
hi Italy, (to Starao) aaaaai 

• LA BOXE Ua advarsahas 
saront annonoaa. tttitt 

• ORAND OLE OPRY UVE (hi 
Starao) aMsas 

lOM 

• MUDOLBM THROUGH On 
Storao) iBSiaaa 

• d) MOVK *** "La Gorde 
rakto" (1964. Drama) Clhit East- 
wood. Ganaviava Bu|oid. Un 
datocttva aa dacouvra daa afRn- 
Naa parvarsaa avac I'l 
da )aunaa fsmmaa. 7t7i« 
d) • COUNTERSTfUKE 



• MOVIE **«V<t "Night of ttia 
Hunter" (1955. Suspansa) Rob- 
ert Mitchum. SheHey Whitars. A 
woman and her two chiMren 
are terrorized by a psycho- 
pattik: MHer in praiacher's garb. 

7421882 

11-.30 

• (B) • CFL FOOTBAU Sas- 
katcfiawan Roughrktors at Las 
Vagaa Poaaa. l=rom ttia SNvar 
Bowl. VLMi muM iiataa 

• MOVK ** "Triumpha of a 
Man Calad Horaa" (1963. 
Drama) Richard Harria. Mkiiaal 
Back. Tha aon of ttw agad war- 
rior carriaa on aa defender of 
ttia Stoux bidtana. na^n* 

9 LE TELEJOURNAL ■ 

aia77i« 

• THREE TENORS - BACK- 
STAGE LIVEI A preview of ttie 
Worid Cup concert featuring 
tanora Joaa Carraras. Plackto 
Domhigo and Luciano Pava- 
roM. (Uva) asm 

• RED GREEN ■ aaaisa 

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• LE GRAIN) JOURNAL ■ 

a^i4a^ 

• CARRERAS. DOMN G O. 
PAVAROm WITH MEHTA 
"Tha Three Tenora hi Conoart" 
Tanora Joaa Carraras. Plackto 
Oomhigo and Luciano Pavarotti 
perform wMh ttie Los Angeles 
PhWiarmonto Orchaatra and 
conductor Zubto Mahto at 
Dodger Stadkjm to Loa An- 
galea. (hi Storao Live) aiaaaa 

• ROUGH CUTS Nattva be- 
lefa. tradWona and vakjaa mott- 
vato ttia candMalaa for Nattonal 
Chtof of ttia Aaaambly of Fhst 
Nadona hi Saakatoon. issiiM 

• MAMAC MANSION Turner 
encounlara a 64oot gnome ttwt 
only he can aee. (R) On Storao) 



• SP ORTS 30 R aauma dataiite 
daa avanamaiNa aporttfa da le 
Joumaa. (En dhact) ■•lam 



• OPRY BACKSTAGE (R) On 
Storac4777»a 

• HARNESS RACMG ••••01 

• MRK A MKTS EXCEL- 
LENT X CANADA ADVEN- 
TURES a47«ai 

• SPORTS TONIGHT •18471 

• COMEDY ON THE ROAD 
Hoat John Bynar from Cobb's 
Comady ChJb hi San Frandaco. 
Comica include Oene McQuirs, 
Diana Amoa. Mike Boats John- 
son. Vanaaaa Kaufman. Doug 
Ferrari. 3I2272 

12:20 
a MOVK **Vt "II etaN una 
tais en Amerique" (1964, 
Drama) (Parte 1 da 2) Robert 
de Nho. Jamae Wooda. Un 



da )euneaaa avac aaa oopabis. 
apraa 30 ana da aa via dtoai- 
mules. 7i7sa»i4 

12:30 
d) MOVK *« "Bars Eaaan- 
ttala" (1991, Comady) Qregory 
Harriaon. Merit Lkm-Bakar. 
Thraa castaways and a nattva 
islander ra-avahiato ttiair ro- 
mamte rslallonahtoa on an kM- 
He iaiand paradtaa. aaMia 
(S^NEWSaanTi 

a SATURD AY NWH T UVE 
Hoat: Kalaay Grammar. Mualoal 
Dwight YoMcam. (R) On 



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• MOVK *«H "Above Ua ttw 
Wavaa" (1966. ^ Adva ntora) 
Jolin MMa, John Ghagaon. Bri- 
tish midget aubmarhiae mount 
a daring attack agahiat aNa^ 
deatroyar off ttw Norwegian 
coaat during WorW war II. 



I WORLD NEWS •iaaa7 



• " Ol aepw a fcsrs' 

• GRAND OLE OPRY LIVE (R) 
On Storao) Sii77a 

• SPORTSOESK ■ StoSsa 

• SPOTLJGHT DavM Bowie. 
(Parti of2)a0l«ll 

• CAPITAL GANG (R) •7tias 

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12:40 

• BEJART 

Portrait du choragrapha Maur- 
toa Baiart to carriara de catto 
figure sssinMsIs da to danae 
au 20a atocto. (R) iMta7>7 

• CONVERSATIONS Sehad- 
ulad: arcMva hdsrvtow s wNh 
Robert Mtahum. PatorOravaa 
and ctoematographer Stantoy 
Cortaz. saiaiasa 

12:« 

• CD MOVK int "Lee deux 
crocodtos" (1967. Comedto) 
Jean-Ptorra Ma ri sls. Jean Car- 
mat. Un petit marcliand daa 
borda da la Loha dacMe de 
prendre deux mois ds vao- 
ances pour alar voh aa mere. 



1240 

• OLD FLAMES A chance 
meettng of two oM friends trig- 
gers a bizarre cfiaki of evento. 
74aii4e7 

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d) • MOVK ** "The Long 
ShIpe" (1964, Adventure) Ri- 
cherd WUmtfk. Stoney Poittar. 
A Vldng edventurer batttsa K 
out wMi a rival Moortah chief- 
tahi during ttiah^ sserch for s le- 
gendary artifacL ITSSM 

• MOVK ***yi "Jamae 
Bond oontre Or No" (1962. 
Oreme) Seen Connery. Urauta 
Andreee. Apraa to mort d'un da 
eeeodeguea. Bond parviant a 
arrator Or No qui vaut faira ax- 



ptohi vol. aMaii 
• FASMON PEE Super- 
woman atylae created t>y Byron 
Lars and avant-garde 

by Oentol Jeetok. (R) 



• REAL WORLD Juie geto a 
dream dtoe: Kavto is ttw vtettm 
of a pracdcai joke. (R) 4a4ia4 

• SOCCER; LA COUPE DU 
MONDE Cqulpea a datormlner. 
(R)7an«7 

Horror) Micfwal Deck. Deelrlce 
StraiQfiL Was Craven dhadad 
this tato of a cryoganic a tty 
frozen man twing ravfvad after 
a 10-yaar siaap. •a7a7aa* 

LOST DEBUT EPKOOES The 
"C a valcade of Stars" sketches 
on wliich the "Honeymooners" 
baaed ttwt have not 
orighwl Hve 
Wmnnm 

• STATLER BROS. Brsnde 
Lee. Rob Croeby. m (to Stereo) 



• VRKOFLOW 



11! 



• MOVK **i> -Framed " 


(1992. Suepensa) Thnottiy Del- 


ton. DevM Morriasey. A vaca- 


ttonhig Britfah delscttva 


crosses ttw petti of e 


presumevoeao cnmaiai wno la 


now a waaKhy art daaiar. lumt 


1:30 


• MARKET PLACE FNnaes ex- 


perts review and rato ttw best- 


eeNng exercise videoe; pree- 


orlptton druga by mai. (R) ■ 




H^ "Robto Hood: 
The Movto" (1956. Adventure) 
fVcfwrd Qraaiw. Leo McKem. 
The legendary outtaw laeda hto 
oano agamsi ava nwioejonn hi 
these cotortzad epieodes from 
ttw claaaic aariea. 4asia4 
• TMS WEEK Bl BASEBALL 



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• MOVIE ***V^ "Qreystoke: 
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Christopher Lambert Andie 
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dassk:. •41123 

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• MOVIE ***Vt "The Thkig" 
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STARS 9I9994 

• STAR SEARCH (R) (In 
Storao) 940999 

• MOVK **% "StM Not Quito 
Human" (1982. Sdanoo Fldton) 
Alan TMcfca, Jay Undonwood. 
Chip reprooraw o Ne father's 
robotte ropica to help oaaroh 
for ttta Mdnappod adoMlat (In 
8tOf«(4M7M901 

• WMNERS Robtoy Qonton. 
Quaot hoot Lyn 8t Jamaa. (In 
Storao) 4449n 

• MOTORCYCLE RIOER 
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OOLLCenON Eoay to t09ow 
roolpaa 9Mt uoo ffaah produce. 
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• HANG LOOSE 119949 



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199917 

• EAT YOUR GREENS (Part 9 
018)99949 

11:38 

• MOVIE **** "Jawo" 
(1075. Horror) Roy SchaMor. 
Robert Shaw. Slaven Spiel- 



berg's box-offtoe btockbuotor 
atxxit a great white sfiark hunt- 
ing human prey off tlia coast of 
New England. 00072273 

AFTERNOON 

12M 

• MONEVWISE 78108 

• CD TENMS La Coupe Davis. 
La finale opposant le Canada et 
le Venezuela en provenance du 
stade de tennis Jarry a Morv 
treal. (En direct) •109494 

CD • QUESTION PERKX) (In 
Stereo) ■99980 
a BUILDER'S OPEN HOUSE A 
took at many of the nawty con- 
structed oondominkjms end 
single famHy homes in the tri- 
oounty aroe. 97999 

• SALUT 99011 

(9 VISNMS Ota 42907 

• KiOSONGS The kkis loam 
about teamwork wtwn Jules 
Sylvaslar visHa wMh an aMga- 
tor. (In Stereo) OMli 

• FASMON Pftf A took at the 
future of the faahhxi Industry on 

tOlOvMon.(R)a 9947889 

• PmK. PANTHER ■ 194198 

• BONNE PECHE Des infor- 
maitone our toua les aapects de 
la pacha au Quebec. (R) 998907 

• UPeSTVLES OF THE RK>I 
AND FAMOUS Actress Ho9y 
Robinson ("Hangin- WKh Mr. 
Cooper"). (R) 733843 

• MWOE WINSTON CUP 
RACBM (m Stereo) 019930 

• RADICAL OUTDOOR CHAL- 



• MBOE A MKB'S EXCEL- 
LENT X CANADA ADVEN- 
TURES 999911 

• WORLD SOCCER WEEKLY 



• MOVIE **« "The Defoctton 
of Simas Kudkka" (1978. 
Drama) Alan Arkin. ShMay 
Knight. Based on the true story 
of a Lithuanian e eo m a n who at- 

tempM to dolactbvleapinoto 
the deck of on Amerkjan veMal. 



• WELL-SEWIG When stress 
io property managed it can re- 
sult m Mgh levels of productiv- 
ity. (Part 3 of Q ■ 71907 

12:39 

• ON SCENE: E MERGEN CY 
RESPONSE Throe people In- 
jured In an ovartumad car. two 
people hurt when they oworvad 
to avoid arwiher aoddont; a 
man ¥vhoee eyas were sprayed 
wllhacM.(R)M 99979 

CD • CANADA M VIEW 40014 
(9 MKT THE PRESS Modera- 
tor Tim Ruseart, NBC News. ■ 

• FRCNCM 1S99 997091 
PAGE 13104 

WORLD SERVICE 
8819999 

• RUPERT Rupert thworto a 
thief m Egypt (R) ■ 011949 

• RAN DONN BE MOTO- 
MARB«(R) 999873 

• ESCAPE PROM TNE LAND 
OP THE Mi»AHEAOS Kaa 
trovolo to the worM of the Ma- 
gonoaoai wnarv sameneee is 
me low and being dMoront io e 
crime. (R) (In Stereo) 799104 

• RACCDAY (In Stereo) 701100 

• GOOOSPORTS 479104 

• SMTUGHT DavW Bowto. 
(Parti 0(2)999974 

• GOODWILL GAMES PREV- 



• R-2S0O: THE BETTER- 
■Ui.T HOUSE ■8749404 

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• R-a090: THE BETTBR- 
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oomonairoioo meowjoo w oor»- 
troBng heat air and moMuro 
flows In the ba oe mert t of an R- 
2000 houoe. ■ 11997140 

1:88 

• MOrORWKK Land Rover 
Oiocovary 4X4 wagon: Ponbac 
Grand Prix sedan; re o earc h and 
dovelop mon t at Honda. (In 
Stereo) 00990 

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• BANDIT After Bandit unwiN- 
ingly becomes involved in his 
uncis's carnival business, he 
suddenly finds himself being 
tttreatened by a toan sftark and 
a^oheriff. (R) (In Stereo) 012737 
"Sleepless In Seattle" 



(1918-81). i 
• MOVIE *** "U FOmmo do 
l'epk:ier" (1991 , Orame) Andrea 
Rankin, Simon Webb. Sa mere 
entree a rhopitai, un homme re- 
c u eMe una striptoa s euee qui 
s'lnstaMe et refuse de partr. 



2:SS 






ADVENTURES OF TINTm 



m-FISHERMAN TELEVI- 
SK)N (ki Stereo) 919283 
SPORTSDESKB 940122 

vneopLow 004104 

NEWSOAYB 9*4770 
LA LOTEmE 0404907 

1:18 
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1:30 
PERSONAL POWER 94040 
PA» PROGRAM 99991 
WHAT A LARNG 97478 
EUROPEAN JOURNAL 
11479 

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• (S) • AinO RACMi indy- 
Cer ~ Moloon Toronto mdy. 
From ExhibMton Piece in To- 
ronto. (Uva) 784478 899988 
CD TMS WEEK WITH DAVID 



CD • NEW WRJ)ERNESS ■ 



• PREDATORS AND PREY 
81990 

(9 COURSES D'AUTO Moison 
do Toronto. (En direct) 



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DANCE OUTDOORS 
Blorao) 700490 
WORLD OF GOLF 473478 
SCIENCE AND TECHNOL- 
OGY WEEK (R) 488940 

• PLAISm DE LME Magazine 
Ntteraire anima per Doniele 
Bomberdtor. 00109 

2M -„v,>-i. 
•MOVIE **V« "RoxihMrThe 
Prize Pt jKMtr" (1980. Dtmiw) 
Chynno PhlMpa, Perry King. A 
toinHolo romeftoodooonor ateo 
into a headtoa-maUng dhwoe 
in this aooount of Roxanne Db(- 
on'o tumuNuoue marriage to 
HertMrt PuHzar. 09999 
CD • mWY WNITER 7980 

• UPESTYLBB OF THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS Adreos Ho9y 
Rabineon ("Hangin' WMh Mr. 
Cooper"). (R) 99997 v^ 

• STOPWATCH 1999S 

• SBOOND REGARD Au pro- 



• TO THE CONTRARY (In 
Storao) 04199 

• PAUSE MUSICALE 99737 

• TRIATHLON MDOOR A 
SOICV (R) 991999 

• BUCKMASTERS: WHITE- 
TAM. MAGAZME The 8th An- 
nual Buckmaoters Clooaic. (In 
Storao) 878891 

• THIS WEEK M BAIiiAa 

2:48 -S^^^ 



• "Matinae' 

(D • CANAOAM VNmV 9«ll 

• AUTO RACBIG indyCar - 
Moloon Toronto Indy. From Ex- 
hUlton Plaoe in Toronto. (Uvo) 

741400 

• movie irirk "Adem" (1983. 
Drama) Daniel J. Travantt. JoB- 
em iviwami. a milling onso s 
parents push for lawe that 
wouM help famMeo caught in 
simiar situations. Based on a 
tnje story. 740888 

• OETROrr BLACK JOURNAL 
87797 

• TOUT UN MONDE JA 



• LEADOPF MAN 9994979 

• HANK PARKBTS OUT- 
DOOR MAOAZBC Fiohina for 
lorgemouih bass In Flondo's 
LoM Orange. (In Slerec^ 9999n 

• SPRUCE MEADOWS TO- 
DAY 749994 

(R); 
3:18 



gramme: Peter Pringle chanto S ANTNXIES ROAD SHOWlff 
"Le Candqua des CanOqueo"; 
Qlurme Oorje. Jaune Tibelain. ■ 
94708 

• editors 41998 

• WORLM BEST The axperl- 
ertoes of four oaoole vacalion- 
ing at the New Ago rooort of At- 
sNsa on the Greek ielend of 
Skyroa. (R) ■ 9979993 

• MOVK *«H "Sanlimental 
Journey" (194S. Drama) John 
Payne. Maureen O'Hara. A tor- 
minol^ M aclraoo ottompls to 
bring happineoo into her huo- 
banao Me by adopting a young 

S. 931970 
DjOT GOLF PLUS Una serie 
da oompalMona amicaiee emra 
troio personnallleo du monde 
iportlf. 074197 

• AUTO RACBM NASCAR 
Winston Cup — MMor Oenulne 
Draft 500. From Pooono Inlor- 
naUonal Raoaway in Long 
Pond, Pa. (Uv^ i79900t7 

• MOVK **% "That Uncer- 
tain FMhig" ri94j. Comedy) 



BALL Chteago Cube at ancm- 
nod Redo. From RIvartroM 
Stadhim. (Uve)< 



CD SPOnjGHT ON THE NEWS 

07494 

CD • UP AND OOIMNG 99n 



• MIROOUCnON TO CUL- 
1UREI91979 



Merle Oberon, 

nuooana ana wnao onoe- 
hMiOtf manlaae beobie to dlekt- 
l agr ato when a crazy oonoert 
planiot movee into their home. 



THE PAOIPIC NORTHWEST 

Btotoj i tii make acaoofor Ihe 
praoorvaHon of the rainforest of 
BrtHoh Cokimbla. (R) (In Stereo) 



• LA SSNUUNE VERTE 20727 

• TBCHNOPOLinCS (In 
Stereo) 99199 
•ONTMEARTS(R)aHl7l08 

• CASPER 4499N 

• SPORTS 3S Reeume drtaiSe 
■ de» evenemewt s sportWs de le 



I f=eatured: 
the BASSMASTER Virginia In- 
vttatkmri on Bugs Island Lake. 
(mSloroo) 999991 
• CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 



Robby Gordon. 
Quaat hoot Lyn 8L Jamaa. (R) 
(In Slaro(4 997997 

• WORLD CUP TODAY 917993 

• EARTH MATTBIS^ 

3e4S 
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• WEEK m REVIEW I 

• MOVIE **Vk "Sadat" (19S3. 
Btography) Louis Qoooett Jr., 
Madoiyn Smith. A dramatte por- 
trait of 30 years In the Mo of the 
Egypdon eoMier and statesman 



• UNTOUCHABLES A 
gang"s aranymouo tip to the 

raM on an Innocent party un- 
■ SUN P. 11 



SUNDAY 

(FROM P. 10) 

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GD UTV MVENTIES 4M91 

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• UTOetTHOBO 

• tOOCER: LA COUK OU 

MONOe Equipes a determinar. 
(En dracl) iai2»i 

• LEQENOB AND HEROES 
'Taxaa John Staughtar." Ept- 
aoda: "Man Prom Btttar 
Craak. " (R) 47M14 

• TRUCKlir MA A vMt to 
Chartaaton, S.C. (In Starao) 



• WORLD REPORT 7aM14 

• CKITTARE EN IIAIN8 «4ftn 

4:30 
GD WORLD CUP BOOCCR FInid 
- Taama to Ba Announoad. 
From Paaadana. CaM. (Uva) ■ 



QD • NMIHT COURT ^m 
m NIAQEB DU 
14MI1 

• MAN AUVE Tba confltet ba- 
towaan ttw church and JaauH 
priaat Tarry S waanay who 
brofca Ma vow of oatRtacy and 
marriad an actrata. (R) an 



• MOUNT ROYAL ■ «W«t 

• "San on Our Sidn" mmm 
g| TRU CKt AND TRACTOR 
POWER HlghHghta puMng oom- 
paUHon tnm Indianapoia. (R) 
(InSlarw^MMn 

9 WORLD CUP BOCCE R 

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• COT-BANTELa 
trop granda (|uanMa 
nafaala tant pour la aanta phy> 
aiqua qua payohologiqua. 407X7 



• tEMOR POA QOLP Amart- 
tach Opan — Final Rourtd. From 
Stonaljrfdga Country Club in 
Aurora. M. (Uvi^wwiTa 

■ ® 9 ROOBO Calgary 
Stampeda. QuaMyIng rounda 
for tha tM,(X)0 ahoiiiaoMm, faa- 

nomg, Mnoiv-fironc novio, owi 
noaig ano can lupaigi i*rom 
Calgary. (Uw^ 91017 laiati 
(D • COBBY BHOW ■ 1011 
(B LPQA OOIF Rig Appta Cta»- 
alc - Final Round. From ttw 
wyfcagyl Oounkfy Ckib in Naw 
Rochata. N.Y. (Uva) COM 

• NELEVEZ LE DEPI Avac 
Qasion Lapaga. (R) amti 

• PAMLY PLAYHOUSE ■ 



• TARZAN Advanturar Jack 
Travaraa returns to tha )ungla in 
saarch of a rara panthar cub. 

•0»l» 

BACKTRAX Frank Zappa. 



• APOLLO 11: A8 IT 

HAPPENEDTha 1909 Apolto 11 
mlaskm to iha moon ia datailad 
aa oovarad by ABC News, from 
biaaloir on July 16 to splaah- 
dcwm and raoovary In iha Pa- 
cific Ooaan on July 24. (Part 1 of 
2)7Mno 

• CULTURE OROAMSA- 
TKMBLIE DUNE PETITE EN- 



OLBS SPLENOEURS NATV- 
RELLES OVUROPS Explora- 
tion daa dWarants parca nalu- 
rali d'Europa sMuaa partout 
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• PASSE-PARTOUT 47104 

• PASMON PUA kx* at Iha 
fuun of lh§ tesNon InduMry on 

lM9Vltion. (R) H 49t?MS 

• RUSSIAN CLASSICS (R) 
•11M 

• ROOeO Pro Bui RUara. 
rfom nancno Munana, i^ain. 
(Tapad) (In Siatvol itaaii 
~»CLiPTRP Spam. (Part 1 of 2) 



• PSCNE SPORTIVE Laa dM- 
(aranlaa tachniquas da pacha a 
la truNa grtsa ou truNa da lac. 
i«xn 



(CScnebrsbmm 

• travel travel 

(9 jacques normand par 



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• JUST A MMHE Tha graat 

aNpa oflhaMsh migrillon 
brought fifaadom for aonta and 
daalh for many, rmnn 



CDSNEWSanon 

• PAS SI SETV QUE CA Au 

programma: laa parroquata. (R) 



(9 LES CONTBS O'AVONLEA 

La para da Sarah arrlva a Avon- 
Isa, t)ian dacida a la ramansr a 
IMonlrsal la pkis tbt poaalbla. ■ 
S1X01 

• MOVIE **Vi "Paraualrinta 
2004" Daaaina-animaa. En vou- 
lant aupprimar la haaard da 
i'aaprit humain, unjauna aavant 
matanparH laroyaumo daslm- 
pravua. 7*011 

nM Two 
man ahara 
sinjggia wHh anoraxia 
narvoaa. (R)B 7004m 

• WHJ> KBMDOM MaOM 

• TAKE OPP A awami from Iha 
Land of Chanoa invHaa tha 

toaoln tlw wtiaal of 



• AMiRICAII SPORTS CAV- 
ALCADE Lagsnd car radng: 
Qrand Prix boat racing; NHfM 
drag racing. (In Slarao) M00011 

• LATE EDITION ■401301 

• REAL WES T Ths cotorfui 
and dangaroua history of tha 

trakt, tha maana t>y 
tha fronOar waa ax- 

(R) 400700 

• CHATBOUMSi 




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• TOITH BBWI Q WNh Stava 

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• LE QRAND JOURNAL ■ 



WORLD SERVICE 



• ADVENTURES OP THE 

oraams na agnia IDT Via nano or 
tha woman ha lovas. (R) (In 



• TMS WEEK Bl BASCBAU 



• MOVME **yi "Patsr-s 
Friands" (100^ Ka nnath Brarv 
aufi« Sisphan Fry. Rawaiatfons 
abound at a Br ttlah artatocrat's 

country aalats wtian ha InvMaa 
savaral Manda for a Naw 
Yaar'sraunioa (In Stsrao) 'fl'a 



(Part 2 of 4) 74H01 

• OUTLAWS AND HOMES 

Uaa Brokop. 010400 



• NEW ADVniTURES OP 
CAPTABIPLANrrai 

7«S 

• (Di 

• (B) ROAD TO AVONLEA 
wnaa svamao m an aoair 
donad farfnlvuaa> Hatty mla- 
tsicaa Awonlaa'a naw a ctwoi 
taactwr for a proM4ar and 
knocks Mm out. (R) ■ 7017 

BQDLE TVA1 00I0 

(D 9 MURDER, SHE WROTE 
Whart a lagandary maaalrOi 
wtio la about to loaa oontrol of 
hia protaga, la found murvlsrad 
In Jaaaica's buldhtg, sha 
laar ch aa for a moOya. (R) (In 
Starao) ■00017 

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SHOWBUZaiOIN 
O LE TELEJOURNAL 



PAVAROmSICONCE R I Tan- 
ora Joaa Carraras, Piaddo 
Domingo and Luciano Pavaiottf 
sing in a 1000 oonoort among 
tha njina ajfim dj C y c *— 
in Haly. (In Sisrao) 70M0 

• ARK Tha raacHona of aoo 
kaaparsand Zooto^oaiSoolaty 
mambara to Oia outoadta attlia 
Ragant Park Zoo. (R) (Part 3 of 

4)0000014 

• LITTUI HOUSE: A NEW BE- 



• COCOTTE-HNNUTE 04307 
EVENINQ 

040 

a GDLE TOUR DE FRANCE 
CompatMlon cydMa qui raunit 
las masiaurs asaaias 09 oana 



O IN NIM O M0133 

• TWHJQHT ZONE 400407 

• ALBERT THE PIPTH MU- 
SKETEER Story of Albart da 
Parmagnan, tha trua driving 
foroa bahind tha Muskataars. ■ 
1010S0 

• WORLD CUP SOCCER 
CLOSMQ CEREMONIES 



• WORLD TODAY 777307 

• Bl SEARCH OP Undarstand- 
mg ttw myalartas of England's 
Stonahanga: tha gaomatric pat- 
tsms of tha Egyptian pyramkte. 
(R)0SSI01 

• A LA CLABIE POtfrANSI 



• MOVK "Ona Mora Moun- 
tain" (1 004. Drama) (Part 2 of 2) 
MaradNh Baxtar. Chrta Goopar. 
A pionaaf woman and haroom- 
pantons taoa Mnaas. starvation 
and daath wtian snowstorms 
trap tham in tha Siarra Nava- 
da8.0404« 

• WCW MABi EVENT WRES- 
TIJNQ0HO1717 

7:10 
(9DE00UVBRTE La paaaion 
d'un groupa da charcfiaurs qui 
flniaaant par idanOOar una mo- 
iacula, la cartxina 00. ■ 



7:20 
RACEDAY (In Starao) 



7:30 

• BUS DENNY 70003 

•QD OOCrnjR DOOOEDoo- 
gia at la doctaur Howaar na 
aont paa du mama avia aur la 
faoon da iraitar laura pattants. 
(R)0040 

CD ABC WORLD NEWS SUN- 
DAY ■aOOM 

m NBC NMMTLY NEWS ■ 
41043 

• PASHKm TELEVISION 
40100 



• S PO RTS 30 Raauma d ataRs 
daa avanamants spurlNs da la 
)oumaa. (En dhad) ■ 30O0B3 

• TWNJQHT ZONE 704017 

• APRKAN SMBS Margo and 
Yvan batOa an outbreak of fltoa 
OwaalanIng tha catOa. (R) (to 
Stara^^740iM 

• RBMOOCLNM A DECOR- 
ATBIQ TODAY Tlpa on matai- 
ng ffioKmg ano ffvOMVoo ignc* 
ing. (R) (to Starai^ 



(R) 400017 

• IMAQME Raportagaa. ohro- 



voia to manu <iua propoaa to 
magatlna "Iniaglna" a to |au- 



"Mada to tha USA' _ 
coupto on daaOi roar raportsr 
who wroto about hto batOa wrtlh 
AUG. (to Starao) ■0RM1 
P (B ROD EO Ca lgary 
Stampada. Four ItoaNato oonv 
pato to a $00,000 showdo«wi. 
fsaluring staar wraaMng. bar^ 
back ridtog. aaddto-bronc rld- 
ing, ixai raaig ana cair repaig. 
Calgary. (8aifia-day 

•(SLBSPRANOORDUBSOE 
MONTREAL Mitaou Intarpra- 
tsra aaa luccos. dont: "Bya, 
Bva Mon Cowboy." at "Dis- 

RnOl, ^Kv'VMOl* 

(i)CD_ 

EST HOME VIDBOS An 
t)icyolat wHh an airpiana pro- 
pslsr. Oraouto bilas an unaua- 
pacOng vteOm; a drunming to- 
ma. (R) (to Slarao)^ 14014 4441 
m MUSTERS OP RJJNION: 
THE WIZARDS OP SPECIAL 
EPPECTS HoataRoy Schaidar 
and Jonathan Brandto rawaal 
tlia sacrato bahind soma of Hot- 
lywood's spaoial aOa cto . (R) (to 
8tara(4^ 14470 
• SALLE DCS NOUVELLES 
Ann alda una fuyarda a kouvar 



la cour da son pare Henrm 
Bergman et sa mere, Anna Ak- 
erbkxn. 407001 

• NATKMAL QCOQRAPHK: 
Les grues blanches, ces fabu- 
ieux oiseaux en vole d'extinc- 
tion mais seuves de )ustesse 
par des agents de la fauna du 
Canada et des Etats-Unis. 



_ !"AHouaaofl 

and Uaa" (lOOe. Drama) Con- 
nto Oalscca. Kavto Dotoaon. An 
orv-air rawalatton shocks a auo- 
oaaaful news raportar Into r^ 
xvnmvig nor rowoonwiip wmn 
nm wmnoiiiiwiy ntwpwrw. 
O MOVK *«* "Laa 
touraa inlanttons" (1902, 
Drama) (Partto 1 da 2) Samuat 
Froiar, PamMa Auguat. Ingmar 
Bergman raoonto Thiatoira da 



their son from the sadtotk: Qen. 

QUOC. 114470 

• NATIONAL OEOQRAPMC 
EXPLORER Black bears to 
Pannsyhrani a : a M gat ori to Ftor- 
Ma: wNdMa poachers. (R) ■ 

040372 

• DOWN ANO OUT WITH 
DONALD DUCK A oomplatton 
of aoanaa from soma of Don- 
ato's oiasak: aborts, inekxMng 
"Dona to Ducf t Qato Draftod" 
arxl "Modem tovsndons." (R) 
(to Stereo) ■ 100727 

• SHAOETREE MECHAMC 
(toStorao) 



• ELVIS: THE EARLY YEARS 
313133 

• PBMACLE 703737 

• ANCCNT MYSTERIES 
Qtovannt Batzoni is a famoua 
and oontrovarsiai Egyptian 
tomb exptorer. (R) 0SMII 

• TERRE D'AMMAUX 134« 

• ROAD TO AVONLEA White 
ttrandad in an 
farmttouae, HatI 
A vo n le a 's naw school taacfiar 
for a prmvlar arMt knocks him 

out. (R)H 007104 
0:10 

• MOVK *** "Pasaed 
Away" (1002) Bob Hoakins. 
Jack Warden. Tha untimety 
death of thair patriarch bringa 
the Scanton family together for 
an unforgat ta bto funeral, (to 
Stereo) 'PO-13' ■070MS72 

0:30 
QD NEW AUnVCA'S PUNNI- 
EST PEOPLE Valanttoa's Dm 
suggesttons; "Ftaaeue 00210 
parody; muaicai group Inner 
Ciroto perform. (R) (to Starso)^ 



(£ • NEW AMERICA'S 
PWMEST PEOPLE (to Stsre(4 



• ON YOUR MARK A oetobra- 
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Qamaa. 4000004 

• ROLUM HOCKEY Lea 
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laa raannma oa riuauuigii. en 
prowananoa du CMC Arena. (En 

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HOUR (In Stereo) 282843 

• LA VOH^ Qrand Prix d'Aus- 



• MOVC ** "Braddock; 
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Dr«na) Chuck Norris, Akl 
Alaong. Coi. Jan>a8 Braddock 
returns to Southeast Aste to 



PAVAROm WITH MKHTA 
"The Three Tenors In Concert" 
Tenors Jose Carreras, PtackJo 
Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti 
perform with the Los Angeies 
PhHhamoonk: Orchestra and 
conductor Zubm Mehta at 
Dodger Stadium in Los An- 
geles, (in Stereo) S3474e 

• MOVIE •• "Le Triporteur' 
(1957, Comedie) Darry Cowl, 
Beatrice Aitariba. Un garcon- 
llvreur ctwz un txxilariger. est 
mis a la porta a cause d'un en- 
thousiasma exagere pour la 
soccer. 0131020 

• WITNESS "Let Her Dto" The 
pracOoaof famate tofantidda In 
Indta wtiara thouaands of In- 
fante are kMad each year by 

who only 

(R)i 
ALVBI AND THE CMP- 
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#MOVC ** -The Ugly Dach- 
ahund" (1000, Comedy) Deen 
Jonea. Suzanne P teshat te . 
Newlywed dog fandara con- 
tend with their Qreat Dana's 
MenOty crtois after raising tha 
giant with a llttar of dacfv 
afiunda. ■ 7000740 
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1^ ^^a damo ia als 
(1001. Drama) Patrt- 
cte Tuiaana. MaMa Habtoh. Un 
inganieur tomba amouraux 
d'una famma qu'l a aoigna 
apraa I'avoir tr o uvae Inerto au 
pied dun grand barrage. OOOM 
• RODEO Calgary Stampada. 
Four Inaiate o ompato to a 
$00,000 afwwdown. l aa t urlng 
alaar wraating, bareback rid- 
ing, saddto timry ridtog, ImN 
ridtog and caN roping. From 
Calgary. (Same-day Tape) 
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• TODAYS PARENT TBJEVI- 
SMN Making tha home aate 
from ohaanical fwzards; helping 
young boya become good faVv 
ers; the changing rote of faSiar- 
hood.(R)^ 031104 
•RACEDAY (to Stereo) 731040 

IOdOO 

• MOVIE "WHhout a Kias 
Goodbye" (1003. Drama) Lisa 
narvnan maoK, uwwnpnsr 
Meloni. A woman dtegnoaed 
warn a rara nooa anoroar is 
wrongly oorwHiaa or poteonatg 
Iter infant eon. Baaed on a trua 
atory. (to Btarat^ ■ 0M14 



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Haokman, WHsm Daloa. Two 
FBI aganta face raclam whfle in- 



of three cMI lighta acMvtete to 
1004 Mteateaippi. (to Starao) ■ 



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(1002, 



(Df9. 

Matrimony 

(Part 1 of 2) 

Uaa Btoacfter. A tong lagaqrof 

corruption comae to Igftt whan 

a iiuiiBuua oawcave aiveeir 

galea the daato of a Chicago 

lawyara wite. (to Starao) ■ 



♦* "Un 

dautrea" (1000, 
Drama) Bruce WMto. Emiy 
Uoyd. Une adoteocante du 
Kentucky, qui n'a Jamate connu 
eon pare, itotouvia laa latirea 
qu'l avaM acrttea a s 

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muroar naany liaoama 
than a doha for a Nova 
SooOaman.! 



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from an undarwatar raaort. (R) 
(to Starao) ■ 04011 
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• movri*«h 

Court Martter - (10S7, 
Andy QrMMi, Linda Purt. 
muat contend wNh reeentment 
from the mMary whan he de- 
fends a aokOer aoouaed of mur- 
dsring a aadistto oitosr. 0i7iw 

• 'Super Marto Broa." 401149 



The Northern Ught, Wed, 

■ FISHIN' WITH ORLANDO (X)l 
WILSON (in Stereo) 370000 

• VIOEOPLOW 010300 

• CNN PRESENTS An in- 
depth analysis of tf>e space 
program with a k>ok at the ac- 
compHahments of ttw space 
race and what the future hoWs 
for the United Stetes. 087404 

10:28 
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10:30 

• BEYOND REALITY S234a 

• KATT8 A DOQ 104602 

• HANDBALL Toumoi de 
Paris: ANemagne vs. Egypto. 
400744 

• FISHING WITH R0LAI40 
MARTIN (to Stereo) 430220 

10:30 

• HELLO. L'ACTORS STUDK) 
L'hiatoire du Actors' Studto a 
New Yort(. OO303N 

• MOVIE **** "The Qreat 
ZtegfekJ" (1936, Btography) 
WIHam PoweM, Myma Loy. 
Three Oscars, inckiding Best 
l>totura. went to this sprawNng 
nwsk^ai btography of the iito of 
ahowman Ftorenz ZiegfeW. 
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• OKyVC TELEVISION 07033 
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July 13, 1994 — 11 

I CTV WEEKEND NEWS ■ 



• ANTK2UE8 ROAD SHOW B 
1010007 

• MANIAC MAfmON kleHa 
consutto a psyc f itotri a t to cope 
with the trauma of twing mar- 
ried to a Ity. (R) (In Stereo) m 
S37031 

S SPORTS 30 Resunw detallto 
des evenemente sportifs de la 
ioumee. (En dk'ect) ■ 037003 

• TWNJOHT ZONE 440147 

• NETWORK EARTH New- 
foundland's floundering ooestal 
communitfes: life on ttw road 
with paopto who haul hazar- 
dous materlato. 010073 
S "Army of Darkneaa" 103070 

• ROAD TEST MAGAZBC (In 
Starao) 270437 



• ELVIS: THE EARLY YEARS 

(R)7310M 

• SPORTS TOfNQHT 100070 

• CAnOUN C S COMEDY 
HOUR Comtoa: Jerry Miner. 
Tree, Marto Cantone. Greg Qir- 
aMo. Mike SuKvan-lrwto. Hoet 
Rtahard Jeni. 000120 

• VIDEO ART VIDEO (R) 



• PASMON FN^ A took at the 
future of tfw faahton industry on 

(R)a 1200030 

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f^tured: 
the BASSI4ASTER Virginia In- 
vitattonai on Bugs island Lake. 
(R) (to Stereo) 400OR 

• WORLD NEWS 000043 

• POBIOT 304371 

• LA NMT BUR L'ETANQ Au 
p t ug i a iiMiw: Joals Lwwix. lau- 
raate au faallval Ontarto Pop an 
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• SUNDAY REPORT ■ 022030 

11:12 
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12:20 
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• UPESTVLES OF THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS Actor Dennis 
Franz ("NYPD Btoe"), author 
Dominic k Ouniw, actraas Ro- 

LeNoire ("Family Iklat- 
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• PA» PROGRAM 070an 

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• ON TNE ARTS (R) ■ 374 

• MOVC **% 
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Stereo) 010700 

• APfKS LA NUrr 00104 

11-30 

• MOVC **>« "Roeetoante" 
(1000. Drama) Joh n Hurt. Mau- 
reen Oouglaa. Un dochard da 
ta ca mpagna a ngi a l a e rarv 
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togue: Tu ne sera pas kixu- 
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de 10) Olaf Lubaszanko, Gra- 
zyna Szapotowska. Un jaune 
voyeur, qui travaMe pour le txr- 
aau da poeto, obeerve sa )olie 
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• DEPI MSB PUTT (R) 03230 

• PAD PROQRAM 131310 

• RACBIAY UPDATE (to 
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• AUTO RACBIG 040700 

• CUPTRP Spato. (R) (Part 1 
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depto analyato of the speoe 
program w Oh a took at the eo- 
oomplehmente of tfw space 
race and what tha future hoUa 
for ttw UnllBd Slatsa. (R) 100031 

• AMBRK:A'S CASTm The 
graat manatona of America are 
proOtod, tockidtog Whitshe0. 
ttw B reaker s . Haerat Castte 
and the BNImore Eatate. (R) 

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DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

5K)0 

9 *** "The Defection of St- 
mas Kudlrka" (1978, Drama) 
Alan Artcin. Shirley Knight. 
Based on the true story of a 
Lithuanian seaman who at- 
tempted to defect by leaping to 
the deck of an American vessel. 

7n4M 

5:15 
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3M1030S 

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9 "Captain America niMsr 

9:46 
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World" iSMa2S 

10:15 
9 "Quicksand: Ho Escape" 
60705147 

AFTERNOON 

12H)0 

9 "Natk>nal Lampoon's 
Loaded Weapon 1 ' S1S470 

1:30 
• "Jaws 3" itiosae 

2K» 
9 ii-k*V2 "Quartet" (1948. 
Drama) Basil Radford, Mai Zet- 
terling. W. Somerset Maugham 
introduces four adaptations of 
his most beguiling tales, includ- 
ing "The Alien Com." •71128 

2K» 
9 *** "Jason and tfie Argo- 
nauts" (1963, Fantasy) Todd 
Armstrong, Nancy Kovack. Ja- 
son battles an assortment of 
mytf)ologk:al creatures dumg 
his quest for the Golden Fleece. 
9202147 

3:15 
9 "Hot Shots! Part Deux" 
M9SS760 

5:00 
9 "2001: A Space Odyssey" 
67Mt2 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MORNING 

5:00 
9 WHITBREAD ROUND THE 
WORLD RACE ~ SECOND LEG 
HIOHUQHT8 W1234 

5:30 
9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annonces. (R) 076234 
9 RICK SMITH SIGNATURE 
SERIES GOLF 103234 

9 NATKNML SAFE BOATING 

TE8T4S7321 

9 SPORTS LATENK)HT (R) 



7:00 
9 OEFI GOLF PLUS Une serie 
de competitions amicales entre 
trois personnalites du morxle 
sportif . (R) 444303 
9 8?ORT8DESK (B S4602S 

7:30 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
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8:00 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sporttfv<l« la 
joumee. (R) m 1002M 
9 SPORTSDESK OB 210076 

8:30 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
loumee. (R) m 121006 

9:00 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) n 112147 
9 SPORTSDESK n)2004M 

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9 SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 
MONDE Equipes a determiner. 
(R) 731003 
9 SNOOKER 0B3044 

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AFTERNOON 

12:30 
9 GOLF L'Omnkim du Que- 
bec. En provenence de Dorval. 



(R) 042076 

IHK) 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee (R) m 443054 
9 SPORTSDESK IB 544296 

1:30 
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9 GC SOUVENIRS OLYM- 
PKKJES ULLEHAMMER Les 
exptoits des plus grands att>- 
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d'hiver de Ullehanuner. 50037 
9 OEKHOCKEY: DEFI MYLEC 
(R) 700700 

4:00 
9 RODEO PROFESSKMNEL 
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9 LE MONDE DU SPORT IB 
120073 
9 HANG LOOSE 221073 

5:30 
9 ROLLER HOCKEY Les 
Roadrunners de Montreal vs 
les Phantoms de Pittsburgh. En 
provenance du Civk: Arena. (R] 
200031 

9 RA0K:AL OUTDOOR CHAL- 
LENGE 079700 

DAYTIME SPECMLS 



AFTERNOON 

1M 
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MAN WHEELS From Septerr>- 
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1:30 
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par les Bourguignora, est con- 
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etre brulee vive. (Partie 3 de 3) 
502760 

3:30 
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le fils prodigue, retoume chez 
les Kovalic; Une nouvelle stu- 
pefiante secoue Chateauvalkxi. 

767506 

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9 DONAHUE (In Stereo) m 
91100 

9 GS C8C NEWS 77067 
9 3) BLA, BLA, BLA Maga- 
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9 LE GRAND JOURNAL fB 

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9 INSIDE MONEY 43321 

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9 THIS DAY IB 7531706 

9 BATMAN 147012 

9 FUNTSTONES 211007 

9 KIDS INCORPORATED 

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9 EARLYPRME IB 072000 

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9 JOIN INI The gang acts out 

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9 FAMILY MATTERS ■ 801321 

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9 amerk:a with dennis 

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9 MIQHTY MORPHIN POWER 
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9 SAVED BY THE BELL IB 
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9 MK^KEY MOUSE CLUB 
"Music Day" with a perform- 
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IB 220000 

9 AMERICAN GLADIATORS 
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9 DAILY R.8.V.P. 800216 
9 SHOWBIZ TODAY 903147 
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BLACK STALUON A rodeo Star 
wants to rldo ttw Black. (R) (In 
Stereo) ■) 420130 
9 SAVED BY THE BELL ■ 
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9 CMCXEN MINUTE Mama 
and Mudbelty compato in the 
annual Bayou Festival. (R) 
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9 WORLD TODAY S1M00 
9 ROCKPORO FILES ■ 330008 
9 TOLKA DOT DOOR 20046 

9 OROWMQ PAINS 0I0O7O0 

9 CBS EVEMNQ NEWS (In 

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9 (9) NANNY When MaxweM's 

chMdhood nanny visits, she is 

appaltad by Fran's unk|ua chiU 

care mathods. (R) ■ 028 

9 3) SECRETS DC FAMLLE 

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at the hospital for a checkup. 

Alison sees Mtehaal kissirig 

Kimberly: Amanda and Alteon 

contiTHie to compete for BMy'o 

affectkxis. (In Slorao) ■ 177147 

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9 MOVIE **V^ "Windy City" 
(1984, Drama) John Shea, Kate 
Capsliaw. A wouM-be writer 
finds friendship and romance 
as he tries to cope with the 
hardships of Nving in Chtoago. 
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9 QUELLE HISTOWEI (R) 

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9 JEOPARDVI ■ 14044 

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9 LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 

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vago das Etats-Unis, un garcon 

echappe au massacre de sa 

caravans et rejoint son pare. 

(Partia 1 de 2) 432147 

9 VIDEO ft ARCADE TOP 10 

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worW of video, featuring head- 

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IB 107070 

9SP0RTS 30 Resume detaiHo 
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joumee. (En direct) OB 0830C7 
9 DESKINING WOMEN IB 
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9 MOVIE *** "City of Joy " 
(1992) Patrkd( Swayze. Paulna 
Collins. A disenchanted Hous- 
ton surgeon finda onNghton- 
ment and undorstandkig on the 
impoverished straats of Cal- 
cutta. (In Starao) 'PO-13' ■ 



9 ALBERT THE FIFTH MU- 
SKETEER Story of Afcart da 
Parmagnan, the true driving 
loroa behind the Musketeers. B 



9 MQHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT "Reaching for the Heav- 
ens: A Status Report" (Part 1 of 
4). 06447 

9 ARE YOU AFRAD OF THE 
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an oM legend about a taen-aga 
coupla whoaa prom night 
ended in tragedy. (R) ■ 430O7O 
9 OEPI OOLF PLUS Una oaria 
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trois parsorwiaNtes du monda 
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9 BMIOE SPORTS B 227067 
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the Htnoar 18 mystery. (R) 

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9 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES B 
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PRANUE 100120 
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9 APOLLO 11: AS IT HAP- 
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misaton to the moon is datailod 
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blastoff on July 16 to optash- 
dowm and recovery in ttte Pa- 
cil te Ocea n on July 24. (Part 2 of 

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9 HARD COPY 8 00401 
9 S) PRCSH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR Jazz's fiancee, a convtotad 
auto thief, tries to start WHI's 
engine. (R) m 1437 
9 3) sous LE SKME DU 
FAUCON 87410 

3) ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
NKIHT OB 08873 

(9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE IB 
70012 

9 SONIA BENEZRA Magazine 
artisk^ie. (R) 132218 



9 BASEBALL Les Padrao da 
San Diego centre les Expos da 
Montreal. En provenance du 
stada Oiympk)ua a Montreal. 
(En direct) 010688 
9 MOVIE ** "Hero and the 
Terror" (1988. Suspense) 
Chuck Norrls. Brynn Thayer. A 
Loa Angeloo cop launohoo an 
obaaooiva aaarch for a ooriai 
MNar praying on tocal women. 
067812 

9 MOVME * "Branda Stan^" 
(19B6, Adventure) Brooke 
ShiaMo, Tony Peck. An artist 
halpa tha ace reporter chase a 
Nazi sdentist through the jun- 
gle after he's drawn Into her 
comto-strip worM. (In Stereo) B 



9 (9) CBC PRIME TIME NEWS 
ai886 

9 3) LES HERITIERS DU 
REVE Paige a une avenlure 
avec un architscto: Frank eat 
racu au Barreau; Ntok at Anne 
derobant un objat anden ap- 
partonant a Orog. 47804 
3) MAJOR LEACNJE BABE- 
BALL Detroit Tigers at Chicago 
White Sox. From Comlakay 
Park. (Uvo) 811741 
m FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR Jazz's fiancee, a convtotad 
auto iNef. tries to start WM's 
engine. (R) (In Starei;^ a 88888 
9 MOVIE ••V^ "B Oiabto" 
(1990, Drama) Loute Ooasett 
Jr., Anihony Edwards. Un prof 
doM tout apprendre sous to di- 
rectkMi d'un cowtny. 136382 
(9 MOVIE *«Mr "Ripoux 
contra ripoux" (1990. Comadle) 
PhiVppe Noiret, Thierry Uter- 
mitte. Deux poHders. iniuata- 
ment ecartes de leurs fonc- 
tkxis, doivent nberer les 
commercants du quarter. B 



9 MOUNTAIN MAGIC JAM- 
BOREE AT POOONO RACE- 
WAY Gary Morris. Lee Qroon- 
wood and Marie Oofflond 
perform at the Pocono Moun- 
tain Feotlval in Pocono. Po. (R) 
(m Steteo) 0001a 
9 MAJOR LEAGUE BA8E- 



9 JOHN MELLENCAMP: HU- 
MAN WHEELS From Septem- 
ber 1993 m Chteago. (R) 1002M 
9 PRMENEWS a 001303 
9 BIOORAPHV "Ross Psrot " 
BMHonaira patriot Ross Perot 
rose to grMt weallh and fame. 



9 SPACE JOURNALS The 
dreams, hopes and frustrattona 
held by modem astronauta. 

28812 

9 FRESH PRINCE OP BEL- 
AIR Jozz'a flanoaa. a convteled 
auto thief. triMto staff^Vfpto, 
er>gine. (R) a 4077M " U ^S 

8:08 
9 MOVIE *Vi "hieavenly Bod- 
iea" (1965. Drama) Cynthia 
Dale, Rtehard Rebiare. The 
owner of a thriving health ckJb 
finds that the c o m peBMon te 
muadng in on her. itooTM 



9 OAVEY WORLD Dave de- 
ckJeo to become more Invotved 
in waa'a aducatton whan K'a 
suggeoted he ohouM remain in 
kindargarton. (R) (In Stereo) a 



3) 9 EVBMNO SHADE (In 

Starao) a 80487 

m BLOSSOM Bloosom be- 

comeo annoyed when a new 

daoomato begkw to imitato her. 

(RXm Stereo) a oatM 

9 LTTE EN VILLE Magazine 

estival. 06741 

9 PETRIE M PfUME B 2480406 
9 THEY MUST BE MAO 
Strong man; motorbike jumps: 
carriaga driving champton- 
shipa: British touring car*. (B)f| 



9 BLOSSOM Btooaom bt- 
comeo annoyed when a new 
d aaom atobegloa tolnnMaotiar. 



10M 

9 MURPHY BROWN Jim tries 
to racroato hie days 00 a young 
joumaNat by opening a neigh- 
borhood pub ond la amazod at 
its suooaas. (R) (In Stereo) a 



9NEWSa774M 
9BCAUETCHAU0I 
9 ROUGH QUIDE Earihquake- 
threatoned WeWngton and the 
New Ago center of Queens- 
town; dross designers and mo- 
deto; spiritual readings with a 
pizza: rabbtt-4Hintars in heikx)p- 

tOrO.(R) a 782470 

_ DREW CAREY: HUMAN 

CARTOON osora 

9 MUSIC CITY TOMGHT (In 
Storeo) 2607M 
9 VIOEOFLOW 470303 
9 LARRY MNQ LIVE (Uve 
Phone-In) a 30447O 
9 SHERLOCK HOLMES MYS- 
TERIES "The Copper 
Beaches" Hohnaa is sum- 
monad to the oM of govemaaa 
Vtolat Hunter, who finds hor la- 
toot oNuolton onything but Meal. 
(R)SS81M 

9 RUTH RENDELL MYSTER- 
IES "An UnMndneos of Rav- 
ens" Wexford is cafisd in to m- 
vM«ig«la when a wayward 
huabaid's body te found buried 
in the woods. (R) (Parti of 2)a 



_ GB) JUST FOR LAUGHS 
Scheduled: oomto Craig Camp- 
bell: Joff ANman: Spanteh gui- 
tarlats who juggle, a 4S8M 
9 3)CMBMA Unactouroe- 
tebraoharoha a rehabMter sa 
mere, musidonna de ranom. 
qu'un film biaiae a daohonoraa 
et bafouae au point sa setoto- 
ner du monde. (R) (Partte 1 da 

6)48741 

3) 9 9 MOVIE ** "Deodly 
Matrimony" (1992, Drama) 
(Part 2 of 2) Brian Oennehy. 
Uaa EiiMOher. Suspk:tous of 
Alan'o role in Ma wife'o death. 
Jack tracks new leads dasplM 
another olioer'a assignment to 
the oooe. (In Stereo) r 

40067 



not atone. 238218 
9 BBC WORLD SERVICE- 
ACROSS CANADA a 3070437 
9 ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STALUON A rodeo star 
wants to ride the Black. (R) (In 
Stereo) a 2732M 
9 CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 

9M0M P.L Sally gets her first 
dent whie waiting in Bemie's 
ofltee. (R)a4Miw 

11:50 
(9 LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT/METEO 0204031 

12H» 
93) (9 NEWS 0S33in 0901203 
8M1000 

9 ® MUNSTERS 07384 
9 3) LE TVA/SPORTS B 



9 CSC PRIME TWIE NEWS a 

108741 ■•:■ iV, 



9 LOVE S WAR Everyone gets 

the wrong I mpre ss ion whan 
Dana and Jack go to dmnor and 
to aaa a reatored print of "Doc- 
tor Zhivago." (R) (in Stareo) a 



^ ® MOM P.L Sally gets her 
first cfiont while waiting in Ber- 
nio'a ofltoa. (R) B 630a 
9 "Mom and Dad Save tha 
World" 1H147 

9 MOVIE **Vt "The Belle of 
New Yoric" (1952, Musical) 
Fred Astaire. Vera-EHen. A Qay 
Nmades playboy fans m tovo 
with a amgar in a omaN Bowery 
mtoaton. 344079 

11«0 
9 NORTHERN EXPOSURE 
Maggie asks Maurice to help 
her buHd an uNra-HoM ptane, 
then fires him wtien he tries to 
take over; Ed gossips about 
Ruth-Anne and Walt. (R) (In 
Stereo) a 43808 

9 (0) NORTHWOOO Maria 
stirs up oto feelngs and a new 
romance wtien she arranges a 
weloome home party for a visit- 
ing Jasoh. (R) a oos? 
9 IDLE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Compelttton cycNste qui reunit 
ies melHeurs athletes de cetto 
discipline. 34002 
9 LE GRAND JOURNAL B 
407031 

9 KATTS 8k DOO 83602 
9 LE TELEJOURNAL B 
1121439 

9 RACINES, LES NOU- 
VELLES OCNERATK)NS Tom 
Harvey rempiaoe son pere 
Chtokso George a la teto de la 
communauto noire de Herming 
au Tennessee. Sa fiUe tombe 
amoureuse d'un Noir a la pig- 
mentatkxi pale et Tom s'op- 
poae au mariage. 48003 

9NATK)NALB1303SO2 

9 SUPER DAVE OSBORNE B 



9NEWSB022147 

9 WORLD NEWS 807147 

9 LOVEJOY MYSTERIES 

0B818 

'TrtalaofOzheklin 

,(R)a070081 
9 JUST FOR LAUGHS Sched- 
uled: comk: Craig Campbafi; 
Jeff Altman; Spanioh guitarists 
who juggle. 0408889 , 

11H>S " 
9 MOVIE it* "Bom Beautlfui " 
(1962, Drams) Erin Gray, Lori 
Singer. A fashton model em- 
barks on a career change by 
helping a teen-ager brew into 
the highly competitive worid of 
modeling. 8841078 

11:2S , 
9 LE POINT m S1043218 

11:30 
9 (B) WKRP IN CINCINNATI a 

noio 

9aDBENNYHIUaiM 
9 SPORTS PLUS a 060002 

9 MOVIE «*W "Secrets of tha 
Pttantom Cavoms" (1964. Ad- 
venture) Robert Powell, Timo- 
thy Bottoms. White sxploring a 
netvrarit of underground caves, 
an expkMives sxpisrt and an ar- 
chaeologist find that tfwy are 



3) 9 CTV NEWS a 08242 
9 SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 
(Ugne ouverto dkecto) S27ioi 
9 ARE YOU BEING SERVEOT 
30722 

LA ROUTE DES VACANpES 



9 NATIONAL a 3111813 
9 CATWALK Whia Daisy 
stows down her romance wiln 
Biily K., AMas tries to a cce ter a to 
one with Sierra by moving in 
with her. (R) (In Stereo) a 

478036 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaMe 
des evenements sportifs de te 
joumee. (En direct) a 400871 
9 NKMIT COURT 0130M', 
9 DREAM ON 737038 
9 BURNS AND ALLEN 900101 



9 FAX 108871 

9 SPORTS TOMGHT SOttM 
9 FIRST FUOHT8 U.S. teat 
pitoto and the experimental a^- 
crafl they tty: the history of 
rocket aircrafL from 1920s ex- 
periments to today's higft- 
power e d planes. (R) STtin 
9 NORTHWOOO Maria stiro 
up oM faafings and a new rom- 
ance wttan she arranges a wal- 
come home party lor a visiting 
Jason. (R)Ba878M 

13:30 f*^-'';-r'-:\ 
9 MOVIE •• "Lo Moiooh dao 
Bories " (1970. Drame) Marie 
Duboto. MaBitou Canlero. Un 
geoksgue da repulatton a te re- 
tratte vlt en Provence avec sa 
pettte famfite et des domea- 
tkyjes. a 38648620 ^- .. 

13:30 r:-:^r.r-;., 
9 ® MOVIE ** "You're Not 
So Tough " (1940, Drama) Nan 
Grey, BNly Hatop. Youngatoro 
from the okims of New York ov- 
ercome their upbringing artd 
help ifw oKl^rty owner of a CaH- 



3)9NEWSa: 

9 WAmNQ FOR GOD 17242 

9 L'ETC EN VILLE Magazine 

estivai. (R) 00874 

9 BBC WORLD SERVKS- 

ACROSS CANADA a 8086887 > 

9 LE MONDE DU SPORT (R) a 



9 EMERGENCY CALL A K-9 
unit uncovers drugs during a 
raid: a dome s ti c dispute; an of- 
ficer shot by a mentafiy chal- 
tenged gunman; WorW Trade 
Center expkieton. (R) a 107618 
9 "Tom-Cat Dangarouo 0»> 
sires" 0810842 

9 TOM PETTY: OONIO HOME 
Rock 'n' rofier Tom Potty's re- 
minioceiKeo about hte bond, 
the Heartbroakars, are high* 
Hghted by tootaga of rocortftig 
s fsotona and perfOrmancaa. 
(R) (In Stareo) a 071708 
9 COUNTRY NEWS (R) (In 
Stareo) 710031 

9 SPOTLIGHT Joen Jett and 
the Blackhearts. 8OO6IO 
9 MONEYUNE (R) O8OIM 

m ^WpSftATI a 



LATE SHOW (m Stereo) I 



1; 

3) NIQHTUNE a a4M0 

9 MONT CRIM'S FUBE POUK 

ALL 0017707 

13:60 
9 CD LA QUOnOIENNE/ 
BANCO 08407846 .' . , 

13:86 ''' ' ' 
9 3) LA VIE AU QUEBEC (R) 

■ MON P. 13 



MONDAY 

(FROM P. 12) 



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vWNi (TaHMVS" <1M4, Science 
fldlon) Jew Morton, Tom 

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_^ , • PAULV SHORE: PAOLY New 
DOLLS DOES DALLAS ■•1MM4 

• MC WORLD SERVICE- 
ACROSS CANADA ■ tTTSMl 

• OET SMART ariMlt 

• MOTORCYCLE RACtNQ 




(kiStarao) 



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• NATIONAL ■Mtarr 

• LfTTLE HOUSE ON 

• ROLLER HOCKEY Les 
Roedrunnere de Monlreei v« 
lee Phentome de Ptttaburgh. En 
provenance du CMc Arena. (R) 



2M 

• APOLLO 11: AS IT HAP- 
PENED Tbe 1908 Apollo 11 
mieelon toihe moon ie delaMed 
ae covered by ABC Newe, from 
blaetoWon July 16 to aplaeh- ^-^v««u» 
down and recovery in the Pa- ■ PAS.Y RAV^. 
cillcOoe«ionJuly24.(R)(Part • SPORTS LATENMHTmin 
2or2)n4isr 2:3s 

» NATIONAL ■milM (B THE JUDQE ■ TaitMS 

• ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE • SCIENCE OP ARCWTEC- 
mm TURE 

• MUSIC Crrv TOMQHT (R) *yecra pere; f uture 
(In Storeo) irtiaa •••• *ot arc Wtocture; 
S MUCHWfEST WTttt "y" "^ ^ Importance In future 

• CALLMQ AU SPORTS A ^!**5 <»~Hjn (Pert 8 of 8) 
•porta caH-ln program. Hoet 
VInoe CeNnl. M1M> 



Quinea: The Center of 
Fire" A trip to Papua New Qui- 
nea uncover* vaat dapostta of 
mineral wealth, gold mines and 
wartime \wreckage from World 
Warn. (R)BMOMW 

SKnr 

• CM NEWS UP TO THE 

MmUTE (Joined In Progress) 



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"TO 2000" 7»n48l 

3:30 
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MOUNTANI 

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WAY Qary Morria, Lee Green- 
wood and Marto Oamond 
perform at the Pooono Mourt- 
taki Faatlval M Pooono. Pa. (R) 
(inStorei^ 



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• POWER 30 71S1H 
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roee to greet wealth and fame. 

0CANADUN FILM CENTRE 
SHOWCAKSIdl Bl adalocic 
becomee Involved in a menage 
a troia. MM1M 

• MUNBTERS TIMIS 

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CD BWDE EDITION ■) Miesia 

• NATKMAL QEOORAPMC 
EXPLORER Black beers in 

P en na ylvania; aM g a tori in Flor- 
ida: widWe poachers. (R) ■ 

'•*•*" 1:33 ■'^y^''^ 

WORLD SERVICE- 



toet sNuation anything but ideal. 
(R)Mai«i 

CD ARSEMO HALL: THE BEST 
OF ARSEMO From 1992: RAB 
group En Vogue, comic Howto 
Mandel, actor Uvry 
("Hata Off to Amerlce 
Stereo) BtiMna 
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• FRENCHKMS ••4i4t 

(R)aaa722 
PUQHTS U.S. test 
piloto and the experimental air- 
craft they fly; tfw history of 
rocket aircraft, from 1920s ex- 
periments to today's high- 
powered planes. (R) Mizn 

4.-06 
CD ABC WORLD NEWS NOW 
(Joined m Progress) ■Moaaa/i 
■ MOVIE **M "Many Rivers 
to Croes" (1955. Western) Rob- 
ert Taylor, Eleanor Parker. A 
beckwoode tomboy persuades 
a boM frontiersman to marry 
her. 744Mit 

4:30 

• MOVIE -trirk -The Paredine 
Cese" (1948, Mystery) Gregory 
Peck, Ann Todd. An attorney 
faM In tove with ttte women he 
Is defending againet a murder 
cherge. mi78 

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Perot featured 
on 'Biography' 



another 
tsmpMtuous perwnaMy, 
gsts star traatiTMnt Mon- 
day. Jtjiy 18. on AAE's 
"Biography." From Ms 
paper-boy roots to his run 



for the presiderKy, ttie 
hour offers a suock)ct por- 
trait of the outspoken poN- 
tioo, philanthropist and in- 
dustrial ptoneer. 



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• MOVC *««Vk "A Night to 
Remember" (1958. Drema) 
Kenneth More. OavM MoCal- 
kim. The "unainkabto" TNanic 
goes down on Hs maiden voy- 
ege as a neertiy freighter 
standa by. unaware of its crfsia. 

21i8S« 

• TRIATHLON 



•SHOWBIZ TODAY (R) 7»4» 

• MOVIE ** "You're Not So 
Tough" (1940. OnMna) Nan 
Grey. BMy Hatop. Youngeters 
from the skime of New York ov- 
ercome their upbringing and 
help the ekierty owner of a CaN- 
fomia ranch. tTsnss 

1:36 
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(9 LATE WQHT (In Stereo) 
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On Tour With Trsvis TritT on Wednesday. The 
ooe-hoar docBmcntsry on the popniar ooaoay 
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ARIES (March 21 to 
April 19) Insights are 
shrewd where money is 
cortcemed. A friend may be 
sullen or a bit ctMcal. Also, 
guard against fatigue. Good 
news comes about a busi- 
ness concern. This 
weekend, social plans may 
not meet with expectations 
as a coninUtmeiit is broken. 

TAURUS (April 20 to 
May 20) Tact and tettder- 
ness are needed in dealings 
with close lies this week. 
Don't say anything that 
could be taken the wrong 
way. Domestic interests are 
highlighted. Later in the 
week, dating and pleasure 
pursuits look promising. 

GEMINI (May 21 to 
June 20) It may be difficult 
to complete a self-ap- 
pointed task early in the 
week. Couples will have 
great times doing things 
together. Understandings 
are reached. It's not a good 
time to get feedback for 
your ideas at work. 

CANCER (June 21 to 
July 22) Some people just 
aren't nice, so don't over- 
react to an unkind remark 
you nuy hear. Extra initia- 
tive brings you gainx where 
business is concerned. The 
weekend is tailor-made for 
dating and romance. Still, 
be sure to guard against 
overdoing it. 

LEO (July 23 to August 
22) A relative who harps 
about a iriatter from the p«l 
may be tiresome but this is 
an excellent time for party- 
ing atid (he enjoyment of 
leisure interests. Getting 
your own way this week is 
problematic. This 

weekend, try ikM to over- 
spettd. 

VIRGO (August 23 lo 
September 22) Guard 
against being loo critical in 
social dealings. Your intel- 
lect is razor-sharp now. 
Getting an unfinished 
domestic task out of the 
way is a nwin priority. Your 
failure to make progress 
with a project could leave 
you feeling discouraged at 
work. 

LIBRA (September 23 to 
October 22) Bickering 
among friends may dampen 
your nwod for socializing 
this week. You'll opt for 




time for yourself and your 
pet projects. Good news 
comes concerning money. 
You're effective in getting 
your viewpoints across lo 
co-workers and bigwigs. 

SCORnO (October 23 
to November 21) You're 
perceptive this week but 
guard against being overly 
suspicious. New begin- 
nings are favored, especial- 
ly in business. Act upon 
your ideas now! Later in the 
week, there may be a detail 
you overlooked so con- 
centrate on tasks. 

SAGITTARIUS 
(November 22 to Decem- 
ber 21) You may be inteit- 
sely involved with a 
resMTch project this week. 
A desire to explore new 
horizons leads to travel or 
you may sign up for a 
course of study. A person 
who just doesn't under- 
stand tries to give advice. 

CAPRICORN (Decem- 
ber 22 to Janoary 19) Some 
you deal with are dose- 
mouthed and guarded in 
their opinions. This week's 
behind-the-scenes 
developments are 

favorable to you financial- 
ly. Study is a plus. Early in 
the week there are difficul- 
ties with a friendship. 

AQUARIUS (January 20 
to February IS) You'll have 
to read between the lines in 
business dealings this 
week. However, the main 
accent will be on social in- 
terests. Enjoy good times 
with fncnds sikI partners. 
This weekeiKi, self-preoc- 
cupetion may cause you to 
neglect someone. 

PISCES (February 19 to 
March 20) This week 
brings important business 
developments that will 
please you very much. New 
starts are favored. You may 
fitK) a neighbor a trifle med- 
dlesome. A partner's happy 
attitude rubs off on you. 

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diagonally. 



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ACROSS 41 Wee bite 

1 Anack command 42 Sassy talk 



4 Titled lady 
8 Ctnciimati team 

12 Historic time 

13 Neighbor of 
Pakistan 

14 Scope 
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asort 

17 Bout setting 

18 Stable particle 

19 Chooses 
21 Becloud 

24 Pbke fim at 

25 Past 

26 Beaver's 
structure 

28 Chops up 
32 Sign on for 

another tour 

of duty 
34 Joke 

36 Hailed car 

37 Ford flop 
39 Soda 



44 Golf gouges 
46 Lincoln or 
Jackson 

50 Spigot 

51 Actor Baldwin 



10 Car mar 

11 Droops 

16 Mighty tree 

20 Topper 

21 Challenge 

22 Like some 
cheeses 



52 Expert on church 23 ^tsXet 



laws 

56 " — creature was 
stirring..." 

57 Flat 

58 Com unit 

59 Envisioned 

60 "D^one!" 

61 Smiley or Bond 
DOWN 

1 JiflFy 

2 Writer Levin 

3 Pleasing in souitd 

4 Counted calories 

5 Onassis 

6 — media 

7 Go into 

8 Cheese treat 

9 Newsman 
Sevareid 



continually 
27 Chart 

29 Bed toppers 

30 Way out 

31 Tries the tea 
33 Louisiana state 

bird 
3S George Bums 

role 
38 Illuminated 
40 Motmtain- 

climbing tools 
43 Harness-race 

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DAYTIME MOVIES 



MORNING 
S.-00 

• •** "SUas Mamer" (1985, 
Orwna) Ben Klngsiey, J«nny 
Aguttar. A BBC adafytation of 
Qaorga EUot's nov«l about a 
simple weaver forced into se- 
clusion after being unjustly ac- 
cused of tt>«ft. ZTMU 

SrSO 

• "Crack Me Up" S206M 

7KI0 

• "Etrian Frome ' NtsiM 

•:46 
S "Weekend at Bemie's 11" 

ia47t7 

10:15 

• "Morning!" 447M461 

11:36 

• "Morning Qkxy" 407«0«6i 

AFTERNOON 

1:15 

• "UrtMn Cowboy" 70672C36 

S **« "The Three CabaHe- 
roe" (1945, Comedy) Aurora 
Miranda, Carmen Molina. Dis- 
ney's tuneful sakile to feath- 
ered friends in Latin Amertea 
features an Innovative Mend of 
Mve actK)n and animatkxi. 

SZ73074 

S ** "Caveman" (1981. Co- 
medy) Ringo Starr, SheHey 
Long. A prirnitive tribesman dis- 
covers brains and not brawn 
wM be the key to his people's 
survival in ttiis prefiislork: 
spoof . t2sati« 

3:30 
9 "Best Intenttons " 73MM 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



MUfllflfiU 

I SNOOICER 91M1* 

I R08 MOTORME (R) S44M7 
I FOR THE LOVE OF THE 



ioumae. (R)Hn7S4« 

■ tPORTSOESK m M41M 

1:30 

• WORLD CUP TODAY »31H 

2M 
9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annorKes. (R) MMit 

• WORLD CUP SOCCER 
70S242 

m CD 80UVEMRS OLYM- 
PIQUES LILLEHAMMER Las 
exploits des plus grands ath- 
letes aux Jeux olympiques 
d'hiver de UNehammer. 7W36 

MO 
m L'AVANT-MATCH (R) S40aM 

• WORLD CUP SOCCER 
CLOSmQ CEREMONIES 
1*1 7t> 

4:30 

• BASEBALL Las Padres de 
San Olego contra les Expos de 
Montreal. En provenance du 
stade OlympkHie a Montreal. 
(R)1WMS 

MO 

■ CANAOUN SPORTFISHINO 



• SPORTS LATENIQHT (R) 
SSN71 

0:30 

• L'AUTOOROME ST- 
EUSTACHE PRESENTE (R) 
1110N 

TM 

• LE MAQAZME DES ROAO- 
RUNNE RS (R) Wm r 

9 SPORTSOESK ■ MtTTt 

• POWER AND THE QLORY 
The hialory of auto racing and 
iia oompemors. ttm apnooe. 
the drama o( the 1906 Indlana- 
poKs Qrand Prix. (R) IMMl 

7:30 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaWe 
daa evanamants spuiUfs de la 
Joumee. (R) ■ M4M4 

SM 

• SPORTS 30 Reauma detame 
daa ewanamanta sportifs de la 
)oumaa. (R) ■ MMOO 

• SPONTSDISK B 7M1M 

0:30 
m SPORTS 30 R wumed etalN 
daa avanamama spur Ufa da la 
Joumaa. (R) 



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AFTERNOON 

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9 SPORTS 30 Raauma dataMa 

daa avanamanli apofSfa da la 



5:30 
I JET SKIING 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



• JOHN MELLENCAMP: HU- 
MAN WHEELS From Septem- 
ber 1993 in Chicago. (R) ^mu» 

AFTERNOON 

1:30 

LUCKY L'histoire d'un pere 
et dune flHe que tout rap- 
procha. que tout separa. (Partia 

1 da 3) ■ i2tiM 

3:15 

• ON VACATION VmM 
MICKEY AND DONALD A aer- 
ies of animatod ahorta atarrlng 
MkMt/i Mouae. Donald Duck, 
Goofy and Pluto. (R) ti4eiaM 

EVENMQ 

MO 

m DONAHUE (In Stereo) m 



SPORTS ■: 
10:00 
9 L'AVANT4IATCH (R) ! 

• WORLD OP O0LF21] 

1OJ0 

• baseball Las Padrea da 
San DIago oomra lea Expoa da 
MonlraMl. En pravanence du 
alada Olympkiua a Montreal. 
(R)i 



• ®C8CNEWS 

• CD SLA. BLA, BLA Maga- 
zlna cultural at da aodete. Mtia 
CD a NEWS 40fn 7MS1 

(D^NEWSaant 

• LE QRAND JOURNAL ■ 



• SUPERMARKET SWEEP 



9CES0Mt7a46 

• MKMOAN GATEWAYS 

Mira 



ITMNDAYMTStllM 
I BATMAN n4«1« 
IPUNTST0NES7«11t1 
I KIDS INCORPORATED 



• MUCNWEST 



• DAILY R.S.V.P. nru» 

• SHOWBIZ TODAY 414703 

• EUREEKA'S CASTLE ttiM 

• FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR WIN buys a used car and 
promptly crashes into a law stu- 
dent's vehk:le. Makx>lm^amal 
Warner guest stars. (R) ■ 
4t73f7 

6:35 

• SAVED BY THE BELL m 
2757aa4 

7KI0 

• CC (9 • NEWS M1M tltN 
n4(1 M6M4 

• ® OUR STORIES Si Holt, a 
joumaist crusading for justice. 



iThamioaaraln- 
vMad to dkta wNh The Wiz. S7W0 

• FAMILY MATTERSaMZTtr 

• SAVED BY THE BELL ■ 



• SPORTS SS Reaume dataWa 
daa avanamania aportMa da la 
ioumaa. (R)aMMSi 



• OD LES NOUVELLES 7813 
CD • MURPHY BROWN BIS186 

• LA GUERRE DCS CLANS 
(R)aM1M 

• WHEEL OF FORTUNE m 



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(E • PULL HOUSE ■ 4M7 

• FAMILY FEUD MO* 

(9 tA OOUR EN DMECT 74117 

• AMERICA WITH OCNMS 
WH0LCVa7M4 

• LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
■ M13S 

• BBC WORLD SERVICE ID 



(9 CC8T JUSTE UNE FARCE1 

VMaoHipports de I'extra- 
terrestie "Supergol" aur le 
comportement des humalna. 
m«i 

• MACNCmtEHRER 
NEWSHOURBttfM 

• PABSC-^ARTOUT MMt 

• TMS COUNTRY ■»17M4 

• ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STALUON A «ght tar 
survival anauaa whan Alac trtaa 
to ra-craata the Pony Expraaa. 
(R)(lnSt8rao)Btl«Ml 

• SAVED BY THE BBX ■ 



• CHKKBI MBIUTE A ra- 
portar la doing a alory on the 
"Bayou ParaonaMy." (R)stnn 

• vneOPM (In SMreo) •7494t 

• RICK SMTTH SMMATURE 
SERIES GOLF «1M1S 

• BUPERHmnOBO 1H18S 

• WORLD TODAY M41I1 



• POLKA DOT DOOR IMK 

• GROwmo PABM naoiM 

7J0 

• CBS EVENBIO NEWS (In 

Starao)Ban4i 
•(S) HEALTH SHOW Stopping 
free radteals that may cauae 
cancer, heart dtoaaaa, Alztiai- 
mer's and aging. (R) a sat 

• (£ SECRETS DC FAIMLLE 
(R)M61 

(Dm FULL HOUSE Stephan- 
ie's new friend. Mtokay. prae- 
suraa her Into pteMna up the 
smoking habit. (R) (In Slarao) B 

3141 

9 NBC MGHaY NEWS B 

74141 

• Q UELLE HISTOH« (R) 

• JEOPAROYIB 74133 
(9 W ATAT ATOW B aM3a 

• LE MONDE MERVCNXEUX 
OE DISNEY Dana I'Ouaat aau- 
vaga daa Etata-Unia. un garoon 
achappe au maaaacra da aa 
caravana at rajoM aon para. 
(Partla2da2)«iMn 

• HTT LIST Tarzan Dan counts 
down Iha top musk; vUao hits. 
(R)(ln8tarao)Bsm4( 

• SPORTS SO Raauma detaMa 
daa avanamania sportifs da la 
pumm. (En dbact) b siatii 



• MNIHTY MORPHBI POWER 
RANQBRS Bf4MM 

• SAVED BY THE BELL B 
MM13 

• MOW *** "Leaving Nor- 
mar- JlWe) ChrtaUna Lahti, 
Mag TMy. A cynkal oocktaM 
waNraas and her naive girlf- 
riend embark on a sertaa of 
misadventures during a road 
trip to Alaaka. (In Storeo) 'R' B 

HB1W 

• MKKEY MOUSE CLUB 
"Guaat Day" wHh actor Joey 
Lawrence. B 707103 

• MONSTER TRUCKS 430020 



(In Stereo) i 

(9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE m 

71071 

• CROQUC-MADAME Invitae: 
Dorothea Barryman. (R) oooioi 

• DIAL-A-MOVIE Viewers 
chooaa aMhar "CocktaH" with 
Tom Cruise or "Moon Over 
Parador" with Rtottard Drey- 

fusa. 47703 

(9QUe LE MEHXEUR GAQNC 

73100 

• MQHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT "Reaching for the Haav- 
ana: A Statua RafMrt " (Part 2 of 
4). 01430 

• les VACANCES DE MARIE 
Catto aamama: a la RMara Cap 
chat, Oaapaaia. (R) 00i4Si 

• NMHT COURT 000000 

• ZORRO 070613 

• BMm SPORTS B 707101 

• FAXS37703 

• MONBYLNC 700036 

• Bl SCARCH OF The mystory 

»- -«-,--• ^B. j^^-j|M.^^^.tMA 1 Mail ■ ■! 

DarwKi muramaaonaav NNcnaai 
Rodtafalar'a dtoappaaranoa In' 
the lunglaa o( New QuInaa: an 
uncWmad fortuna. (R) 000377 

• LOOK S COOK A buiat for 
oprinBi Indudkig aaparagua vl- 
nalgfotla, tabboiiah and alraw- 
barry tart with choooiato cream. 



»CUJB DANCE (R) (ki Stereo) 



1344613 

• RUNAWAY BAY FNe 
younga to r o vacatton on the la- 
land rt Maillniq ua during thak 
aummar ho6day. 06304 

7J6 

• ANDY QRPFITH 00M110 

OM 

• HARDOOPYBOaOW 

• (B) WITNESS "Thafcher - 
The Dowrtng Street Years " 
Ctwonkdaa the 11-yaar term of 



• OUR STORIES Si Holt, a 
iQumaOat cruaadkia tor iuatioa. 
B 330161 

• BEVERLY HKXAILLIES B 



8:30 

• CURRENT AFFAIR B 64636 
CD ENTBRTABBMENT TO- 
NMMT (k) Storeo) a 67036 

9 JEOPAROYIB 04666 
(9 Mft BEAN Mr. Bean kwtaNe 
un no u vaau tolaviaaur at eaaaie 
aon nouvaau pdarokl. 67616 

• QRBAT LANES OUTDOORS 
71161 

• POUSSB-POUSSe FamMaa 
nouvalaa at aarvioao da garde, 
un aquMSra a tovantor. a 00063 

• NOMI TO ROOST Henry 
daaparatoly trtaa to ahow aome 
good taato In the WMowa' 
houaehoM. (R) 614767 

• BASEBALL Lea Twtoa da 
Mkwaaota contra lea Bkia Jays 
a Toronto. (En dkad) 600036 

• JEPPIRBONS a 111700 

• MAJOR LCAOUE BASE- 
BALL ASanta Bravao at PMa- 
burgh PIraiaa. From Three Riv- 
era Stadtom. (Live) B«33010 

• MOV E "Mem togl" (1990) 
Mkihaai Hannigan, Andrew 
Moodto. An unampioyad actor 
laama that two women were oe- 
creOv aubjactod to a tnind- 
allartng experknent. 'NR' 
641646 

• MOVK ** "The Curae of 
the VKkig Qrava" (1981, Ad- 
vanlura) (Pmx 3 of 4) Mchotaa 
SNakla. Evan TIaala Adama. 
Two toana face a murdaroua 
ai ch aaotogla l and a vengeful 
apkll whan they dtocovar an an- 
cient Nordto tomb. (In Storeo) a 

311766 

•COUNTRY NEWS (ki Stereo) 



her Into pkMng up the smokkig 
habit (R) (to Stereo) a 066M 

BALL Detroit Tigera at CNcago 
Whito Sox. From Comiokay 
Park. (Uva) 666461 

• MOW *\« "Deux OoNara 
sur un tDcard" (1988, Comedto) 
Richard Drayfuaa, DavW Jo- 
hanaan. Un chauOaur de taxi ne 
raaioto paa a la tan to tton de 
jouor lea chavaux en dapk da 
sa promeeee a aa famme. 
010646 

9 MOVIE *«Vk ' 1. 'inae de 
t'evel" (1981, Dramt aurant 
OrevM, Qragoka CoNn i de- 
but de la guarrad'kidoc ),un 
)eune homme veut devenk box- 
aur et aon chef rinitie. a 66a«l 

• NOVA Members of the U.S. 
Aarobalk: Team prepare to 
oompato agakwt the beat aaro- 
batk: pHoia ki the worM at the 
Work! Aarobalk: Champton- 
ahip. (R) (to Siarao) a 4i6i3 

• LA nOUTB DES VACANCES 



• MAJOR LEAGUE BASC- 
BALL a 716616 

• S POTUQ HT Triaha Year- 

• CROSSFBIB 61660 'V-^ 

• 38 WBBCS AND OOUNTBIQ 
Waaka 26 to 2S are opaM ad- 
Juatkig career and Itoanoaa aa 
waO aa buOdtog the nuroary. a 



(R)l 

• CD sous LE SMNE DU 
FAUOON400r 

CD ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
NMHTBOITai 

CD • M THE HEAT OF THE 
NMMT When a weaNhy hekaas. 
an avid fan and friend of Sparta 
bkjaa otooar Chee Co6kis. 
comes back to town, somaona 
begtos threetantog his Me. (R) 



311071 

• MUSIC CITY TONMMT 

Scheduled: John Qorita. (ki 
Stereo) 043613 

• vneoFLOw 003877 

• LARRY MNQ UVC (Live 
Phone-to) a 003431 

• MOVK "Cracker The Mad 
Woman to the Attto" (1883, 
Mystery) Robbie CoNrana. 
Adrian Dunbar. An unoonvort- 
ttonal BrMah paychotoglat kt- 
vestigataa the death of a former 
atudant iTOOOO 

• MA S I ERM I ND Quizmaster 
Magnua Magnuoaon. 00710 
~ :newsb 



the headwalan of the Mlaaouri 

River \n Montana. i44707 

• CLUB DANCE (R) (to Stereo) 



HBALTH SHOW Stopptog 
ksala toat may oauaa 
wart dtoeaea. Aizhai- 
mer'a and agina.(R) a 381666 

• (D • RCtCUE 811 A teen 
driver ooBdaa wNh a movtog 
trato; a man j6 str uck by llghto- 
ing; a mantaly haiKfcappad 
man triea to aave Ma nephew 
from choktog. (R) (to Stereo) a 

17067 66161 

• ®CaC PRIME TWK NEWS 

•(D MOVIE ** "U Chaaaa a 
mort" (1881, Drama) Chartae 
Broneon. Lee Marvto. Dana lee 
ermees 30, aprae avok vote un 
chlen. on pourauH un trappeur. 



• BUSINESS VlfORLD B 



• DOG HOUSE Ted wtoa a trip 
to Jamatoa. (R) (to Stereo) a 



• BLACK SHEEP SQUADRON 
147703 

• MOVIE ** The Reecue ' 
(18SB, Adventure) Kevto DMon. 
Marc Price. The chldran of cap- 
tured Navy SEALS embartt on a 
daring miaaton to raacue thek 
lathers from a ftorth Koraen 
POW camp. (In Stereo) B 



Bl 
HighHghta from 
the Worid of BKiegraaa featival 
ki Owenaboro. Ky. (R) (to 
Staret^ 116431 
• SOUL Bl THE CITY 



• BKXMAPHY Oonakl 
Trump: Deal Maker" The sto- 
ried life of fkwnciar DonaM 
Tnjmp Is proMad. 703613 

• THEY NEVER SET FOOT 
ON THE MOON The Sovtota 
falad at thak attempt to eend 
theH rat humans to the moon. 

17671 

• WITNESB "Thatoher - The 
Downtog Street Years" Chroni- 
dea the 1 1 -year term c< former 
BrWah Prime Mkiistar Margaret 
Thatoher. (R) a 661646 

8:38 
(E SISTER, SISTER Twtoa Tie 
and Tamara acheme to fiave 
Swah's ex-boyfriend viait thek 
akjmber party. (R) (to 8tarao)B 
16616 

• L'ETE EN VNjLE Magaztoe 



•PETRK Bl PRBM a67616n 

arOOArS PAIKNT TBLEVI- 
MDaalng wMh matariallam 
k) aodaty, affecto of amoktog 
on chHdran; oOen ai ve teen cul- 
tora; c hooatog a padtokician. b 

7616iM .P.U;\ -•">.;: s 

18M 

• MOVIE *«% "The Runntog 
Mito" (19S7, Sotonoe Ftolton) 
(Parental DIacrelton) AmoW 
S ch w at xa n aggar, Maria Con- 
ohHa Atonaa An unfuaOy o^ 
cuaed prtaoner \n 2018 la 
atalced by executtoner-atyto 
a thlate a on the naMon's 
numbar-ofw game show, (to 
Storeo) a 61674 

• fflMNOENNE CLARKBON 
PRBBWTS The homoeroOc 
photography of Evargon, to- 
ckjdtoghle moot currant wortc 
"The Ramboys." (R) a 7000 
OD (D A RO BE ANN E Ro- 



IIJS 
O LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORTMETEO 0171703 

1248 

• (D(9 NEWS OaeOOl 0166616 



• KATTS S DOG 16161 

• LB TELfJOURNAL B 
4678141 

• P.aV. to "Paosto' K On," 



and Leon argue over 

the Lundi Boxdtoer. DJ. goes 
pf ridtog. (R) (to Storeo) a 



007441 



.^■■V 



• SCAPOWER: A GLOBAL 
JOURNEY How sea power af • 
tooto worid eoonomic a and In- 

novalton. focuatog on the ttow 
of oonaumar gooda from Aaia 
to W e st er n nattons via contai- 
ner fretght (to Stereo) (Part 3 of 

8)B44M0 

• BEAU ET CHAUD 11432 

• MISSING TREASURES B 
141711 



• (DKNNVMLL 00036 

(9 PATB JNE (J otoad to Pro- 

K) (to Otarao) i 
tORTS PLUS ail 

• MOVK *% "The SteMan" 
(18S7, Dnma) Chriatophar 
Lambert. Tererx;e Stamp. 
Mario Puzo's atory of the Me of 
Satvatora GtoHano, a bandH 
who bMllad church and alsto to 
cfiampton Sidly's seceeelon 
from Naly. 644366 

WORLD SERVICE- 



• ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STALUON A fight frx 
aurvlval anauaa wtian Alec triea 
to ra-creato the Pony Expraaa. 
(R) (to Stereo) a 670000 

• ELF -SS UN GRAND CRU 



(D FUU HOUSE Stephanto's 
new friertd, Mickey, praaeurea 



BALL Chtoago Cuba at Cotor- 
ado Rocktoa. From MNe High 
Stadkjm. (Uva) 166640 
• "Whiapers to the Derit" 



"The Mlaaouri 
Braaka" (1876, Weatam) Mar- 
lon B r a n do, Jack NIcfwieon. 
Time Approxknato. A fikad aa- 
aaaavi aiaaia norae mewae vi 



)(S)MUNSTERSl 

I (D LE TVA/SPORTS B 



(D • CTV NEWS a 04830 

• SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 
(Ugne ouverta dkecto) ttiOM 

• ARE YOU BCBM SIRVEDT 



10:30 
(D COACH After compleltog a 
ganeatogy trace, Luther flnda 
the Van Dam family la quito 
terga. (R) (In Stereo) a 10004 
CD • JOHN LARROQUETTE 
(to Stereo) a 66600 > i 

• MANMCMANMON The me- 
teor to the basement tMiao on a 
wBqf lta own. (R) (to Stereo) a 

• ARCHAEOLOGY a 10410 

10:4c 

• MOVK irk* "Chrieimaa \n 
July" (1840. Comedy) Dick 
PowaO, Elen Drew. A pannOao s 
ofice worker goae on a spand- 
Ing aprae after faNow woikera 
frtek hkn toto belevtog he haa 
won a oontaaL looaiooo 

1140 

• (9) EAR TO THE QROUND 
Big Sugar from Toronto, a 1100 

• (D LE TOUR DC FRANCE 
compemion cycaata qui rauna 
lea maWeurs athletee de oelto 
dledpNne. 10613 

CD (D • NYPO BLUE John to- 



• LA ROUTE DCS VACANCeS 
64676 

• NATK)NALB3166M6 

• CATWALK OMoy rieka get- 
ting arrested when a aafe-eex 
daaa sha'a teachtog at an AIDS 
dnto la rrmrtfiarefl loo caaohic. 
(R) (to Stereo) a 006886 

• S PORTS so RaauWto d etaBa 
dao avenamenls sportNa da la 
)ouniaa.(Endkaci)ai 

• "Elhan Fromo" 

• BURNS AND ALLEN 307033 



Roberto Taub when he aua- 
pecto tout ptay to the doato of 
her husband; Andy muat dear 
Na aon of drug chargao. (R) (to 
Stereo) (Parental Diaorailon) a 



• LE GRAND JOURNAL B • 



• FAX( 

• SPORTS TONIGHT nitOO 

• PBMT PLMHTS The "IMng 
wtog." p to n ee r ed by Jack 
Noi%rup: the many attampta to 
droumnevigato toe workl by ak. 
(R)7861« 

• STRCTCH AUVE WITH 
YOGA (Parti 0(9Ba61663 

• EAR TO THE QROUND Big 
Sugar from Toronto. B 677843 

12:20 

• MOVK *Vk "Una proto fa- 
de" (ISSejBuapanee) GeraU 
McRanay, Shawnee Smilh. L'a- 
trooe experien ce de Tina Mario 
Riaoloo, une adoleeoento qui 
fUt kktooppae et torturee par un 



John Vatod az aiytors 6ie po66- 
cai roots of eontomporary race 
rewaone ■■ ma porven Of snoH 
Pantoar Pttti loader Ohoniba 
Bto Wehad. (to 8tere(4a«886 

• RACBm, LES NOU- 
VELLES QBNER ATWMS U 
brave Jim Wsmsr est rsnto par 
sa famMe toraqu'l apouee Car- 
rie, rinatttulrioa mira. Chicken 
George meurt et touto to oom- 
munauto noke tol rend un der- 
nier hnmmaga 640ii 

• NATKMAL a im674 

• SUPER DAVE OSBO R N E B 
8016V 

• WORLD NEWS 04H13 

• PROM THE HEART TIpe on 
ouooeeaful dattog; how peopto 
perceive dreama. 64in 

• AORKNNE CLARKSON 
PRCSCNTS The h omoerotto 
photography of Evargon, to- 
dudtog hia moat currant work 
"The Ran4x>y8." (R) a 678636 

11:28 
® LE POttIT a 316160O7 
11:38 

• ffllWKRPBi CB K a NNATiB 



12M 
(S) MOVK -trkVt "Thunder 
on the H ljl"^(l95t, Myatary) 
ClaudaHa CotoerL Ann DlySi. A 
nun beoomee involved wito a 
convicted murderer wfto la hid- 
ing to the oonveni and triao to 
prove f)sr kwoosnoe. 8M6466 
(DilNKWSa48646 
• VOUHe ONLY YOUNG 



• L'ETE CN VUJE Megaztoa 
eoMval. 11863 

• BBC WORLD SCRVICC- 



• OCFI GOLF PUIS line oerio 
de oompetMons amioalaaemra 
troia paraonneltea du mondo 
aportif . (R) 811301 

• MOVK *** "Roman Soan- 
dala" (1833, MuateaO Eddto 
Cantor, LudOe BsM. A njan 
takea a fun-IMed, daydraam 
journey to the tkne of 
and the Roman Empire. 

• COUNTRY News (R) (to 
8tere(4 400006 

• BPOTUGHT Trisha Year- 
wood. 000033 

• MONCVUNB (R) 317780 

• WASTE NOT TWO 038861 

• WKNP Bl CBCBMATI a 



MM 
• late SNOW (to Stereo) a 
13678778 

CD NMHTUNE a 3613166 
(9 TONNMfT SHOW (to 8tare(4 



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• MOVK *#* "Memo haure, 
I'armee prochatoe" (1B7S, Co- 
medto) EMen Bunrtyn, Alan 
Akta. Aprae une avanturo d'une 
nuR dene lea anneea SO, un 
nomme ei wie lemme aeoxieni 
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DAYTIME MOVIES 



MOnNINQ 

9 *•* "Whatever Happened 
to Aunt Aiioe" (1969. Sus- 
pense) GeraldJne Page, Ruth 
Gordon. The get-rioh-quick 
system of a weH-bred wklow 
faHs apart wtien ttie frtand of 
one of her victints tMOomes her 
housekeeper. KOSTS 
• ** "Rage at Dawn" (1955, 
Western) Randolph Scott, Mala 
Powers. Two detectives pose 
as train robbers in order to Infil- 
trate the ranks of the Reno 
Brothers' hoWup gang, tmm 

8:18 
"QoMdigger" 3N«im« 

7HI0 
9 "Stay Tuned" taaae 

8:30 
■ "Murder on ttw Orient Ex- 



lO^IS 

"Bodtes, Rest & Motton" 

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140 
(9 ** "Chaleauroux district" 
(1987. Comedto) NathaKe NeN. 
Quy Marchand. Une )eune fine 
enquels sur la disparWon de 
son pers. ■ iwrn i 



S *iiVt "Son of Fkjbber" 
(1963. Comedy) Fred MacMur- 
ray, Nancy Olson. An axperW 
ment to nnake artMdai rain in- 
stead creates an antHl>»vt>y 
vapor that wreaks havoc In a 
college town. MtiM 

2:08 
9 ** "The Land That Time 
ForgoT' (1975. Sdenoe Ftotton) 
Doug McCkire, John Mc£ne^. 
A Omttrni U-boat finda an is- 
land INed wHh preWstor to 
beasts m this adaption of the 
Edgar Rtee Burroughs novel. 
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• "Alan & Naomi" i tt liiiP 



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• MAWDBALL Toumoi da 
Paris: AHemagne vs. Egypts. 
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S31«S 

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• LA VOILI Grand Prix d'Aus- 
traiie.(R)aMm 

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• RANOONNEE MOTO- 
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• TOWER AND THE OLORY 

The aooomplshmants of earty 
road racers and the das s te ev- 
ents In which they competed. 
(R)«r7C7C 

7:30 

• tTORTS 36 Resume datsMe 
dee evenemem a yortWa de la 
)oumee. (R) ■ntm 



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• WATER SKIING unn 

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• WORLD POLICE MOTOR- 
CYCLE RACES HIQHUQHTS 

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• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) m siaai4 

• SPORTSDE8K lO 421204 

1:30 

• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL OB IITSM 

2:00 

• SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 
MONDE Equipes a determiner. 
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2:30 

• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Detroit Tigers at Chteego 
White Sox. From Comiskey 
Park. (Uve) 4«1440 

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• d) SOUVENIRS OLYM- 
PKXMES ULLEHAMMER Les 
exptoits daa pkie grands ath- 
letes aux Jeux oiympiques 
d'hiver de LMehammer. 77223 



• BASE B AU Las Twins de 
Minnesota oontre las Bkje Jays 
a Toronto. (R) 4iiS6i 

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• FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
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• ® DEQRASSI mOH Joey is 
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• LA GUERRE DES CLANS 
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• WHEEL OF FORTUNE IB 
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• MACNEIULEHRER 
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• ADVENTURES OF THE 
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Stan Yvonne De Carto. (R) (In 
Starao) OB 200000 

• SAVED BY THE BELL m 



• CHICKEN MINUTE MudbaHy 
is a hero when he rescues a 
monster egg stolen from its 

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• MOTONBIQ ■04100780 

• SUPERHITVIOEO 724117 

• WORLD TODAY 290407 

• ROCXPORD FILES a 201878 

• POLKA DOT DOOR 82978 

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• GROWING PAINS 0194002 

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• CSS EVENBIG NEWS (In 
Stereo) ■ 27390 

• (H) DEGRASSI WON Lucy 
writee and directs her first 
movie, a horror Mm starring the 
ZIts. Simon and CaWin. (R) ■ 
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• (S SECRETS DE FAMILLE 
(R)4tS3 

(S • HOME IMPROVEMENT 

The crew of the space shuttle 

Endeavor visits Tim and Al for a 

taping of "Tool Time." (R) (In 

Stereo) ■ 0222 

(9 NBC NKttfaY NEWS IB 

74272 

• QUELLE HISTOIREI (R) 
479914 

• JBOPARDYI IB 72*14 
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• LE MONDE MERVEILLEUX 
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Emeus" 300200 

• ZORRO Leonardo steals a 
fewel from ttie Santa Bartiara 
Misskm. (R) (in Stereo) OB 



• SPORTS 30 Resume detaMe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
Joumee. (En dkeot) ■ 727000 



I KBLLY 177409 

ICLUB DANCE (R) (m Stereo) 



• vniOFLOW 472000 

• RUNAWAY BAY Five 
youngoton vacatton on the la- 
land of Maryq u a dur ing their 
summer hooday. 908S9 

7:38 

• ANOYORWPITHI 

• HANDCOPYM 

• ® STREET LEGAL Chuck 

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smuggler charged wNh oonapl- 
racy to oommN murder, a sontor 
lawyer trios to mNuonce Aiana's 
Judgment in a case. (R) ■ 9002 

• CD OBIOSAURES Robbie 
est daaamparo toraqu'un ganle 
kji signMo qu'l dovlondra un 
pousaaur d'aitrao. (R) 9222 
(S ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
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OD • TIME EXPOSURES 7222 

• WHEEL OF FORTUNE ■ 



• MOVIE •* "Eminent Do- 
main" (1990, Drama) Donald 
Sutherland, Anne Archer. A 
faithful Potitburo chief is forced 
to conskler a flight to freedom 
after he Is mysterkxjsly ostra- 
cized m 1979 Poland. 32372 
(9 QUE LE MEILLEUR GAGNE 
47730 

• WGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT "Reaching for the Heav- 
ens: A Status Report" (Part 3 of 
4)90990 

• TARZAN When Jane is bit- 
ten by a deadly spWer. Tarzan 
must make a perlkMis journey 
to find a trVMl ekler who has an 



anoooie. 

• DEFI MWt PUTT 380139 

• NMHT COURT 402*40 

• MOVK *** "The Pubik: 
Eye" (1992) Joe Peed, Barbara 
Hersftey. A tough-taNdng crime 
photographer's nose for news 
leads him into the dangerous 
sHeys and byways of 1940s 
New York City. (In Stereo) 'R' ■ 



• LEGENDS AND HEROES 
"Texas John Slaughter." Epi- 
sode: "Man From Bittar 
Creek. " (R) 923901 

• mmX SPORTS OB 100407 

• fax 742000 

• MOMEYLME 100001 

• SI SEARCH OF An inquiry 
Into whether the mistresa of 
Adolf Hitler realy died m 1945; 
the poeeibility that a daughter 
of Czar Nkiholas eecaped exe- 

CUtkm. (R) 290223 

• EAT YOUR GREENS (Part 7 
of 8) 01223 

• DEGRASSI HKIH Joey is 
finding it diincuit to keep up his 
grades In high school. (R) ■ 

740223 

»M 

• BEVERLY HILLBILUE8 IB 
0078301 

8:30 

• CURRENT AFFAIR 91177040 

• (S MOVIE ** "Un fNc aux 
trousees " (1963. Drama) John 
SchneMer, Kirk Douglas. Une 
poursutte aventureuse comm- 
erKe entre un evade d'un pri- 
son et ie poik:ier qui doit I'ane- 
ter. 808014 

(£ ENTERTAINIMENT TO- 
MQHT (In Stereo) OD 8*4*8 
(E • MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL Minnesota Twins at To- 
ronto Bkie Jays. From tfie 
SkyDome. (Live) ■ 800301 
(9JEOPARDYIBI40027 
9 MOVIE ***• "L'Empire 
contre-attaque" (1960, Science 
ftotkNi) Mark HamW, Harriaon 
Ford. La princesse l-eia et Luke 
Skywplker, Ie cfwvaHer "Jedi" 
kJttent contre I'empereur diabo- 
Hque et Darth Vader. m 2201*0 

• OETROrr BLACK JOURNAL 
84272 

• VOYAGE GRANDEUR NA- 
TURE 7*204 

• LITTLE HOUSE ON THE 
PRAIRIE 214000 

• JEFFERSONS OB 441880 

• COUNTRY NEWS (In Stereo) 



• INTEmiATKmAL CMLO- 
REirS GAMES MQHUGHTS 
100 014 

• 8P 0TLI0HT Aikse Cooper. 
732372 

• crossfire 1*1400 

• EXPtORNM ONTARiaS 
PROVBICIAL PARI MI QuUta ) 
Provincial f*ark is fdotorically 
signiRcanL (Part 4 of 5) ■40720 

• DEGRASSI HMM Lucy 



movie, a fiorror (ihn starring the 
ZHs, Simon and CaiMn. (R) ■ 

724730 

8:38 

• SANFORD AND SON 



• NANNY When MaxweR's 
childhood nanny visits, sfie Ie 
■ppalsd by Fran's unkiue chM 
care methods. (R) (In Starso) ■ 

47M1 

• (BCBC PRI M E TIME NEWS 



d) DINOBAURS (In Stereo) m 



•CROQUE-MONSIEUR Invite: 
Jean-Plena Ferland. (R) 373033 



(9 UNSOLVED MYSTERIES A 
mother wfw has been seercft- 
ing for her daughter for 20 
years; the search for the heirs 
of an estate valued at $1 32,000. 
(R) (In Stereo) m S0778 



B MOVIE ** 'Fureur douce" 
(1990. Drame) Meredith Baxter- 
Birney, Nick Mancuso. La liai- 
son amoureuse d'une femme 
menace son mariage apres etre 
decouverte par son marl. 



MISSIONS TO THE MOON 

The triumphs artd tragedies of 
tfie Apollo space program, In- 
cluding the first lunar landing by 
NeH Armstrong and Edwin 
"Buzz" AkJrin. Martin Sheen 
narrates. (In Stereo) m 23642 

• LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 
11320 

• BUSINESS WORLD m 
1122001 

• LE MAGAZINE DES ROAD- 
RUNNERS 02*407 

• VANISHING SON Twfo 
brothers adept in the martial 
arts escape from China and re- 
ceive poktk^l asylum in the Un- 
ited States wttere they have to 
cfKX>se t)etween an horwst life 
and the criminal underwork!. 
(R) (In Stereo) 841020 

• MOVIE **V^ "Hog WHd" 
(1974, Drama) John Erteson. 
Denver Pyle. After moving to an 
kteho pig ranch, a family has 
financial diffk^uMes when the 
father is injured by an enraged 



• FUU. ACCESS: ON TOUR 
WITH TRAytS TRfTT A behmd- 

the-scene* \ook at Travis Tritt 
on tour, (m Starao) 822138 

• U A WOtOrS OPEN GOLF 
PREVIEW 802002 

• MTV MOVC AWARDS WIN 

Smith hosts ttiis oersmony horv 
oriTMttie best In categories irv 
ckjong Best VMain arKl Best 
Kiss. Perfdrmarwes t>y Jofm 
M e W enca m p. Toni Braxton end 
Bon Jovl. Presenters kwkjde 
Mk:heel Rtohards. EHe Mac- 
pherson. Demon Wayans and 
Angele Bassett. (R) 024*17 

• PRMENEWS ■ 042100 

• BIOGRAPHY "Howard 
Hughes" D Wo n afce feckise Ho- 
werd Hughes decended from 
ger>kis into medr>ess. (R) 20770* 

• GREATEST ADVENTURE 
Interviews with the original 
NASA astronauts, inckidlng 
NeN Amtstrong. highlight this 
history of America's quest to 
land on the moon. Orson 
WeOes narrates. 10420 

• STREET LEGAL Chuck de- 
fends a rtatlve dgarstte smug- 
gler charged with conspiracy to 
commit murder; a sentor laworar 
tries to Influence Alaita's judg- 
ment In a case. (R) OB 37*402 

• MOVIE **V^ "Shalako " 
(1968, Westsm) Sean Gonnsry. 
Brigitte Bardot. A toner saves a 
group of aristocrats from Indian 
attack aftsr defeating the 
Apacfw cfiief's son In a fight. 
1443M1 

8:30 

• GOOD ADVK:E (In Stereo) ■ 



GD THE CfUnc Eleanor pub- 
lishes a chiWrsn's book with the 
cfiaractsr of a pig based on Jay . 
(In Starao) ■27S7S 
• LTTE EN VILLE Magazine 
esthral. 47201 
Ml 



• LE MONDE DU SPORT* 
797379 

• SNOOKER 9*4779 

• WALK THROUQH WSTORY 

An account of the Apolo 11 
moon larKflng and a kwk at 
man's flrat slopa on the moon. 
010120 

10:00 

• AHR9MCA TOMQHT (hi 
Stereo) ■ 29122 

• ® OMM. Mtehael Munay 
tries to calm things down wtisn 
rtots break out in the dty: Jim 
Nelson's behavior becomes 
very strange. (R) (Part 8 of 10) 
■ 7720407 

(BHOig I M PR OVEMENT The 
crew of trie space shuttle En- 
deavor vietts Tim and Al fbr a 
taping of 'Tool Tkne. " (R) (In 
Stereo) ■ 00878 
(9 NOW (in Stereo) ■ 02098 

• NEWS^91407 

• APOLLO 13: TO THE EDGE 
AND BACK How Apolto 13 as- 
tronauts Jantes A. Lovell Jr., 
Fred W. Heise Jr. and John L. 



Swigert Jr. coped with an oxy- 
gen tank rupture during tfieir 
April 1970 flight. (In Stereo) w 
33223 

• BEAU ET CHAUO 31SS1 

• ROUGH GUIDE Earthquake- 
threatened Wellir)gton and the 
New Age center of Queens- 
town; dress designers and mo- 
dels; spiritual reedings with a 
pizza; rat>t>it-hunter8 in heikx>p- 
ters. (R) IB 083770 

• LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annonces. (En differe) 
947878 

• "Witchboard 2: The Devil's 
Doorway " 009927 

• 9IKJSIC CITY TONKMT 
Scfieduled: Brother Pfwips, 
Dennis Robt)ln8. (In Stereo) 
129117 

■ LARRY KING UVE (Uve 
Phone-in) m 298779 

• AMERK;AN JUSTICE A took 
Into the minds of apparently 
normal people wtio go over tfie 
edge and kiH Indiscriminately. 
(R) 289949 

• INSIDE THE UNE 1*407 

• CBC PRIME TWIE NEUVS IB 
824679 

10:30 

• (X) LA VIE DES GENS 
RICHES ET CELEBRES Au pro- 
gramme: La Toya Jackson; 
Debbie Reynokto; Troy Beyer; 
Mtohaei York. 3*44* 

d) GRACE UNDER FIRE 
Grace's Job becomes perma- 
nent and Ubt>y tfikiks her mom 
won't have tkne to see tier In 
the school play. (R) (In Stereo) 

■ 34833 

• MOVIE *** "The KM From 
Spain" (1932. Comedy) Eddie 
Cantor, Robert Young. While 
dodging the Mextoan poHoe for 
a crime he dkln't commit, a hap- 
less Amertoan tourist masquer- 
adee as a toreedor. 299400 

• CFL FOOTBALL IB 000001 

10M 

• POUR LE PLAI8IR DU 
SPECTACLE 92903046 

11M 

• 48 HOURS (In Stereo) IB 



• d) LE TOUR DE FRANCE 
Competitton cydiste qui reunit 
les meWeurs altiletes de cetta 
discipiine. 80093 
(S TURNNIG POINT Bl 22080 
9 LAW A ORDER When a man 
bomb kMs tfie wife of a physi- 
cist. evWence Is urKovered Nnk- 
ing the bombing to a rival who 
was betrayed and ruined t>y the 
vk:tim's husband. (R) (In 
Stereo) IB 00136 
LE GRAND JOURNAL IB 



KATTS A DOG 2*310 
a LE TELEJOURNAL 



POINTS DE VUE 99943 
NATKMAL ■ 1134949 
SUPER DAVE OSBORNE I 



0NeWSB799996 
VIOEOFLOW 178633 
WORLD NEWS 419827 
0CIVIL WAR JOURNAL Unton 
Gen. WIBam Sherman and his 
scorcfted earth poitoy. (R) 



MOVC •** 'The Other 
Skle of the Moon" (1 969, Docu- 
mentary) NeH Armstrong. Ed- 
win "Buzz" AMrin. Eight ApoOo 
astronauts describe how thek 
lives were altaded by thak to- 
ner axporiances ki a comme- 
moratton of man's fkst moon 
Isndkig. 3*1M 

OMM. Mtohaei Munay tries 
to cMm tt*igs down wtien rtots 
break out hi the cMy, Jbn Nel- 
son's bshavtor becomes very 
I. (R) (Part 6 of 10) ■ 



Strang*. 

94440i9 



11M 
(S) Mais OF POWER The 
lives of two f0 m M*9. the Lam- 
berta — poor Quebec farmers 
who emigrate to New EnQtand 
ki 1007 and the RousseNs - 
wsaNhy mW owners from nortf>- 
em France. This episods: Bap- 
tiste Lambert recalls the pest. 
(SuMHied) (Part 1 of 6) no 
0274001 

11:25 
OLE POINT OB 31814789 

11:30 
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WILDERNESS IBl 13204 
B SPORTS PLUS IB) S02730 
IMOVIE ** "Niagara Strip" 
(1987. Drama) Paul de la Rosa, 
April Johnson. A drug- 
enforcement offk:er investi- 
gates a smuggling ring that's 
bringing a lethal form of heroin 
In and out of Canada via Nia- 
gara Falls. 119223 
GREAT CO«iET CRASH 
Derrick Pitts, vice presMent of 
the Fels Planetarium, iKMts 
coverage of the coiliston be- 
tween Comet Sfwemaker- 
Levy-9 and Jupiter as seen by 
the Hubt>le Telescope. (Taped) 
(In Stereo) IB 369914 
BBC WORLD SERVKE- 
ACROSS CANADA m 3932*91 
ADVENTURES OF THE 
BLACK STAUJON Henry and 
Alec visit an old friend. (R) (In 
Stereo) Bi 187304 
ROS MOT0RI8E 60S1M 
0CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 
3756*4 

11:35 
MOVIE *•* "Conagher 
(1 991 . Western) Sam EINott, Ka- 
tharine Ross. Based on the 
novel t>y Louis L'Amour. An iti- 
neram cowtx>y is caught up in 
tfie Nves of a tonely wktow and 
her chitoren. 8370407 

11:50 
O LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT/METEO 9178678 

12K)0 
• d) (9 NEWS 9297363 2800727 
1112 
d) LE TVA/SPORTS IB 



d) • CTV NEWS IK 11670 

• SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 
(Ligne ouverte directe) 7M131 

• LA ROUTE DES VACANCES 



• NATIONAL IB 3180967 

• CATWALK Tempers flare 
«vfien ttw band members are 
forced to wait out a blizzard to- 
gettwr in the toft. (R) (In Stereo) 
IB 332093 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En direct) m 424179 

• MGHT COURT 973421 

• "Super Mario Bros." 
9803318 

• BURNS AND ALLEN 975009 

• FAX 192089 

• SPORTS TOMGHT 6190*3 

• FIRST FUQHTS The adv- 
ances to fly-t>y-wire tecfmotogy; 
home-txjHt flying vehtoles. (R) 



• ARCHAEOLOGY SB 290020 

12H)6 

• ® MUNSTER8 2190462 

• MILLS OF POWER The Nves 

of two families, the Lamberts - 
poor Quetiec farmers wtw emi- 
grate to New England in 1907 
and tfie Rousselts — wealttiy 
miM owners from northern 
France. This episode: Baptlste 
Lambert recalls the pest. (Sut>- 
titled) (Part 1 of 6) ■ 074317* 

12:20 
(9 MOVIE ** "La PassereNe " 
(1987, Drame) Pierre Arditi. 
Mathikfa May. Lors dun acci- 
dent grave dont son ffis est vto- 
tkne, une femme calibatake a 
d'etranges rapports avec un 
voisto. ■ 3*S**402 

12:30 
(£• NEWS ■99070 

• KEEPBIG UP APPEAR- 
ANCES 94190 

• L'CTE EN VILLE Magaztoe 
oettval. (R) TMtt 

world service- 
:ANADAH 9*4*1*1 

• LS8 VACANCES DE MARK 
Catl* *amabia: a lo Riviere Cap 
chaLGa9paaia.(R)7*99W 

• RBNEQAOE Whan Reno to- 
catsa a woman fugitive ac- 
cused of murdering tier mobe- 
ter husband, he rsaNzes site is 

framed for the crime. (R) 



t)eing A 
744006 



CONVERSATKM WITH 
BURNS George 
Bums rsHves his extraordtoary 
career tfirough comto tales end 
anecdotes. (R) (in Stereo) m 

730773 

• COUNTRY NEWS (R) (In 
Stereo) 049941 

• SPOTLIGHT Altoe Cooper 

■ WED. P. 16 



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TUESDAY 



(FROM P. 14) 

9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annonces. (R) (ion 

• NEWS n Ml77t 

• QREAT MOMENTS IN 
BLUEQRA88 HighNghts from 
the World of Bluegrass festival 
In Owensboro. Ky. (R) (In 
Stereo) MiM2 

• NWOE SPORTS m 409310 

• POWER 30 2«3469 

• NEW8NIQHT 4996M 

• BIOQRAPMY "Donald 
Trump: Deal Maker" The sto- 
ried Nfe of finander Donald 
Trump is profiled. (R) 9N3M 

• FRENCH IN ACTION How to 
say heao and goodbye, liosrs 

• MUN8TER8 2tM27 

1:06 

(E INSIDE EDITION IBI •M73«5 

1:30 

• BBC WORLD SERVICE- 
ACROSS CANADA m 2S4iaM 

• MOVIE **** "The Big 
ChiN"' (1963, Drama) Tom Ber- 
enger, Glenn Close. Reuf>ited 
at a funeral, a group of cotoge 
frierxls looks back at how ttwir 
lives have cftanged sir>c8 the 
turbulent 1960s. ti3643 

• AMERICAN QLAOUTORS 

■) SO ins 

• WEOQE 910001 

• SHOWBIZ TODAY (R) 11MM 

• MOVIE **Vi "Thunder on 
the H«" (1951, Mystery) Ctau- 
dette Colbert. Ann BIyth. A nun 
becomes Irwolved wMh a corv 
victed murderer «vf)o Is hMing in 
the convent and trtes to prove 
her Irwwoenoe. Z7864i# 

1:36 
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• NATIONAL m I73S2S5 

• FLIPPER M0020 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportits de la 
Joumee. (En direct) m 4S07S« 

• 8P0RTSDESK Dl 490M6 
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320310 

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1:37 
VALLEY OF THE DOLLS 



1:46 
"The Last Seduction" 



• NOVA Members of «w U.S. 
AeroboMc Teem preiMra to 
ooinpelo ■Qainot ttte beet eero- 
belie plole In ttw world tf the 

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• NATIONAL ■ OMilM 

• ROCKY AND BULLWBKLE 
IfriM 

• LA V0«^ Grwfd Prtx d-Aus- 
irale.(R)nM49 

• HOME **yt "The Border" 
(1982. Drama) Jack Mcholoon. 
Harvey KaMol. A border guard 
fobelo against his comipt ock 
workers afler wNnaeeirtg the ir>- 

eullered by Mex tea n 
rants. 



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• POWER 30 rtS773 

• NEWSMQHT 040111 

• BIOGRAPHY "Howard 
Hughes" BWtonaire recluse Ho- 
ward Hughes deoerKlad from 
genius into madness. (R) 570773 

• ESPANA VIVA How to book 
a hotel room and request ser- 
vk:e. 300000 

1:06 

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• MUNSTERS 040377S 

1:30 

• B8C WORLD SCRVICC- 



• LARRY KINQ LIVE (R) 
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• CIVIL WAR JOURNAL Unkm 
Qan. WWam Sherman and his 
soorched earth polcy. (R) 

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3:30 

• BUSINESS WORLD (R) ■ 



• HOME AND AWAY 100206 

• ROLLER HOCKEY Les 
Roadrunners de Montreal vs 
les Pttanloms de Pittsburgh. En 
provenance du Civic Arena. (R) 
101 S04 

• JEFFERSONS ■ O0O0Z7 

• COUNTRY NEWS (R) (In 
Stereo) 000130 

• INSnE SPORTS m 704407 

• VIOEOFLOW 304040 

3:36 
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3:46 

• "BkMvn Away" 3136117 

4M 

• UNTOUCHABLES 072001 

• P.O.V. In "Passin' H On," 
Wnwuttk^rs PMbt MMsf ftnd 
John Valadez exptore the politi- 
cal roots of contemporary race 
relattoiw in INs portrait of Black 
Panther Party leader DhorutM 
Bm Wahad. (In Stereo)B000007 

HMENEWSm 



• MOVIE *«« The 30 Slepa" 
(1959, Suspense) Kenneth 
More, Taina Elg. An innocent 
man becomes Involved in a 
deadly IntematkNtal spy ring in 
this remake of the 1935 Hitch- 

• DISNEY FAMILY ALBUM 
Larry Clammons, Jack Hannah 
and Vance Qerry reminisoe 
about the ctwractars they have 
created. 604603 

• SPORTSDESK B) 606266 

• WEOQE 400316 

SHOWBIZ TODAY (R)670112 

1:36 
D AMERICAN JOURNAL 



9 LATE MQHT (In Stereo) 



♦•Vk "Pm..." (1968, 
Suopenaa) David Hewlett 
Cyndy Proeton. An a na tomtoal 
dummy Mended tar inetruo- 
tional uae beoomea a danoar- 
ouo tool In the handa Of a marh 
taly unbalanoad man. 00007M0 

1:37 
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• NOME AND AWAY 000191 

• SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 

MONDE Equipao a delorminer. 
(R) 000044 

• JEPPERSONS ■ 404711 

• "noodfist V: Human Tar- 
get" 41007 7 3 

• COUNTRY NEWS (R) (In 
Stereo) 4i3ii2 

• BISIDE SPORTS 6B 214711 

• VIDEOPLOW 004303 

3:36 
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4M 

• UNTOUCHABLES 100007 

• CBC PRIME TIME NEWS 00 
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• JEFFERSONS ■ 471070 

• CFL FOOTBALL ■ 211076 

• FRENCHKMS 003610 

• CROSSFME (R) 210100 

• FIRST FUQHTS The adv- 
aiKiee in fly-by-wire tecftnotogy: 
home^Mit flying vehides. (R) 



9 MAJOR I »***«» BASE- 



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• PRENCMOaS 171014 

• CROSSFME (R) 740040 

S PBHTUQHTS The "flvirtg 
wing," pioneered by Jack 
Norwupi Vie many anemfm lo 
drcumnavigaie the world by air. 
(R)iinci 

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(Joined in Prograoa) Ml 



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d) ABC WORLD NE WS NOW 
(Joined In Progreoa)Bi00011li6 
• MOVIE **Vi "Jubai" (1966. 
Wa at a m ) Qiann Fonl, Ernest 
Borgnine. A 00M4x>y faioaty ac- 
cused of aduNoryio foroadtt) 
MM hio beat friend in oeM- 



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(Joined In Progpooe) lioooooo 

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the Apoflo opaoe program, Irt- 
ckidbig the Irat lunorlandbig by 

UaM m ■■■■■lull ■■ !■ ■ ^ ^ ' 

KM MllWUUnO TO EOVWi 

"Buzz" AkMn. Martin Shaan 
narraloa. (hi 9lara(4 IB 411000 

• natiqmalbobbmto 

• rocky and bullwinkle 

• OKKHOCXEY: 08PI MYLBC 

• MUBIC CITY TOMQHT 
oGneouieo. uiueiei rneipv. 
Darwio Robblno. (R) (In Storao) 
110110 



• GREAT COMET CRASH 
uemcK rms. vne preoneni oi 
the Fols Planetarium, hoots 
coverage of ttie coMoion be- 
twoan Comet Shoomaker- 



Levt^S and JupMar as aaan by 
the HubUa Toloaoopo. (Ttiptdt 
(ki8lor«o)B06»iO 



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• RAPCITV 774100 

• OVERMOHTl 

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(FROM P. 15) 



MUSIC CITY TONIQHT 
Schadulad: John Qorka. (R) (In 
8lorao)l 



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oporto caB-ln program. Host 
VInoa OaRni. 717004 

"Cracker The Mad 
In ttie Atlk:" (1983. 

Robbie CoHrane, 
Adrian Dunbar. An unconven- 
tional BrWah pcychoiogist in- 
veaHgolea the death of a former 
aludonLM 



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Vbica CoRni. 1M070 
• AMERICAN JUSTICE A took 
■no ma mnoa or appaienuy 
normal paopla wfio go over the 
edge and Mi hidtocrhninately. 

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• NEWSROOM ■ 21007000 

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CD ARSCMO HALL: THE BEST 
OF AR8B80 From 198ft oiiw 
gar Janal Jack a on, rapper MC 
Lyto, aolora Anthony Edwarda, 
Foreot WhNakor vid Moioaa 
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^ MOVK **Vk "The Burning 
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d) AR8ENK) HALL: THE BEST 
OP ARSENK) From 1801: en- 
tertainer Diana Roes, oomk: 
Joa Plaoopo, |azz muaioian 
Chick Corae performs wNh the 
Poeee.(R)(ln Stereo) I 

2«7 
• NMMT COURT 0001400 



12:36 
• (9) MOVR: **Vi "-Pin..." 
(1988. Suoponoa) DavM Hew- 
lett Cyndy Pfooton. An ana- 
mncai ourrwriy vaenoea for n- 
slruclional uee becomes a 
dongorouo tool In the hando of 
a mamaly unbalanced man. 



lor, riatolo Wood A uoung futB 
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• CD LA QUOTIDI EN N E / 
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• WORLD OP GOLF TMOV 

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• SEAPOWER: A GLOBAL 
JOURNEY How sea power af- 
fecla world economics and in- 
novation, focueing on the floM 
of conauwar goods from Asia 
waMom notions vw ooniat- 
ner freight (In Stereo) (Part 3 of 



1AI 
[CD LA VIE AU QUEBEC (R) 

HEAO OF THE CLASS 

• MOVK *iiVi "U Couraur 

de mar a Sion" (1976, Drama) 
Duatin Hofltnan. Laurence 01- 
vier. La via d'un aludtonl amort- 
coin aot boulawor o aa par la 
mort aoddonloie d'un criminel 
da guerre olontond. onM7 

• CHARUE ROSE (In Stereo) 
THOU 

• NATXMAL ■ 0710411 

• UTTII HOUSE ON THE 



• OAa.YR J. y^. 040 771 
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a THE JUDGES 
2:87 

• amen 



• TRAVEL GWDE 30B272 

• MOVK irttk "Shaft in Af- 
rica" (1873, Drama) Rk:hard 
Roundlraa, Frank Pnay. Prt- 
vataeye John Shaft is oani to 

aaopio 10 Nimiaio on Ainca- 
to-Europe siava-emugging 
ring. 4773740 

2:38 
CD MOVIE *irt, "The Cowboy 
and «ie Lady" (1838. We oto m ) 
Qory Cooper, Merle Oberon. A 
poNttdan's spolad daughter 
faBs in tove with a rodeo cow- 
boy. Mion 
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• HEALTH 8H0W What w« 
banefll boby mort during the 
firot eight wee ks of pregnancy. 

(R)B 0740817 

• RAT PATROL I 

• COUNTRY BEAT VMaoa by 

DwighlYoakom, CartonaCartor 
and BNhr ntN Cyrua and hilor- 
views wMh Tony Bird and Del 



• APOU0 18: TO THE EDGE 
AND BACK How Apolo 13 aa- 
tronaulo Jamaa A LoveN Jr., 
Fred W. Haiae Jr. and John L. 
Ih)i4gart Jr. coped wiSi an oxy- 
gen tank rupture during their 
April 1870 flighL (In Stereo) ■ 



• NATKMAL OB 07an07 



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• PULL ACCESS: ON TOUR Z^VTIS^SSLSim^ 
WITH TRAVIS TRITT A bahM- 1? *^ -<g" ??? > " 
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• SPORTSDESK ■ 010104 

• ILS.V.P. Muok: vMaoa 
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• BEST OF COMC RELIEF 
(R) 000662 

• MOVIE ** "The Dari(" 
(1979. Science Ftotton) WNHem 
Oevane, Cathy Lee Croeby. An 
author and a reporter search 
for the Santa Montea Mangier, 
the huBdng creature behind a 
grWy series of murders. 

1:30 
(1 PAR) PROGRAM 301340 

• OENENOEH Cunrent affairs 
program for and about the 
Dene of Canada's northern re- 
glona. (SuMMed) 0717110 

• DOCTOR WHO TTMOI 

• UGUE CANADNDME DE 
FOOTBALL Les Ltons de la 
Colomble Ortlannique contra 
les r^ough RMers d'Ottawa. En 
provenance du Landsdowne 
Park a Ottavra. (R) 870643 

• ERUCH 806123 

• WORLD CUP SOCCER 



• SPORTS LATEMOHT 313600 

• "Sunset GriT' 04010400 

4.-88 

a EMERGENCY CALL A K-9 

unit uncovers drugs during a 
raM; a domestic dtoJMta; an of- 
flcer shot by a mentaly chei- 
lenged gunman; World Trade 
Center exptoeton. (R) ■ 174033 

• PLA NET WATCH leeueo af- 
focHng tfie environment (R) ■ 

0741002 

• BABE Wmia^MAN^ OUT- 
DOOR SECRETS Montana 
mule deer iMjnt; mourning dove 
hunting. (R) 174300 

• VRIEOPLOW 107471 

• NEWSNKMT UPDATE 



• COIKDY ON THE ROAD 
Hoot John Dyner from Cobb's 
Comedy CkJb in San Frandooa 

Diona Amoa, MBia Boats John- 
son. Voneeoo Kaufman, Doug 
Ferrari, (ft) r 




• DIANETICS 1412760 



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APOLLO Hoat Slave Harvey. 
Mueie: OtmNt^ lltovta Stac^M 
Comedy: DC Curry. (R) (In 
Storao)^ 

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• WORLD Ri REVMW 0000000 

• RUNAWAY WITH TNi RICH 
AND FAMOUS London: Soot- 

Hond. (fl) noMi 
FUTURE WATCH (R) 004117 



• MOW *«% "Herble Qoee 
Bonanas" (1980. Comedy) 
Ctoria Laacfwnan. Ctiartes Mar- 
wi Oman, iiw inaspanaonr' 
minded Vdcawagen ond Ho la- 
test ownera run Iraa traiMiie 
wnien mey noao aouoi lor a 
BrazMan road race. Tit 



SUNDAYr 

(FSOM P. 11) 

NaHonalo drag racing from 
Heamwid Parkin Topeka. Kan. 
(In Stereo) aMVirei 
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• MOVK *** "Three i 
of Murder'' (1863, Myotory) Or- 
oon Weioo, Lauean MoQniih. A 
tiflogy of o8anga and uituaual 
hoinlolde oaoeo lo proaaniodi 
inokidbig "In the Ptokira." 



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• PROPN,.BS OP NATURE 
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• RACXTRAX Frank Zappa. 

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• APOLLO COMIDV HOUR 
Fram 1983: comedy by A.Q. 
Wlilla ond Ftamoit, muoic by Biz 
Marida. (R) (In Storao) 1067102 

1:48 

• CD FMIANCES Su)et le 
marctte do rartjn) I 

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PAVAROm WITN MIHTA 

I ne I iwee i enora in uonoerr 



Tenors Joee Corrarao, Pladdo 
Domingo ond Luciono PovarotU 
perform- with the Loo Angeleo 
PhHharmonic Orcftaaira and 
conductor Zui)in Mehia at 
Dodger Stadkjm In Loe An- 
(R) (In Stereo) 018070 
I From 8ara)ovolo Af- 
ghonl o tan. war through the 
eyoo of women joumaloto. (R) 

BO 1171 Ml 

• LA LUTTE WWF SUPER- 
STARS (R) 011008 

• WORLD REPORT FINAL 
EOmON 041121 

2:30 
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people hurt wfien tfiey swerved 
to avoM another aopMent; a 
man whoae eyes were sprayed 
with acW.(R)IB 8880700 
3:30 

• VENTURE ■0707741 

• SOCCER: LA COUPE DU 
MONDE Equlpes a detemUner. 
(R) 200200 

• DESIQNINQ W08KN BB 



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• TRU C KS AND TRACTOR 
POWER HighNghis puling conv 
petHton from Indhnapois. (R) 
(In Stereo) OOIOOO 

• OUTLAWS AND HEROES 
Uee Brokop. (R) SOiOOO 



• PAID PROGRAM ' 

• "BMnd JuSttoO" 4111867 

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• NEWHART^47B400 

(S ARSOSO HALL: THE BEST 
OF ARSONO From 1989: Su- 
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Peter Max, musk: group New 
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• ISSUES AND IDEAS 
07171600 

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9 LOOK OF THE YE AR BNo 

Models' intemationai oaarch 
for new facae and Via crowning 
of the "Look of the Yeer." (In 
^ereo)B 411147 

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• SPORTS 38 Reeume detaMe 
dee evenements oporiNo de la 
Kximae. (En dkact) ■ 001700 

• PAID PROGRAM 141070 

• BRETT BUn.BR: THE 
CMLO ABIT RMNT 700417 

• RODEO Pro Bui Rklers. 
From Ranoho Murtetta. CaW. 
(f^(ln Stereo) 

• POIROT 4^470 



• PLANET WATCH Issues af- 
fecting the environment. (R) ■ 
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RAT PATROL 010042 

• PAR) PROGRAM 471007 

• VIOEOPLOW 001070 
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• CAROLINES COMEDY 
HOUR Cornice: Jerry Miner, 
Tree, Marto Cantone. Qrag Ok- 
aldo. Mite SuMvan-lrwin. Hoet 
fUchard Jeni. (R) 181001 . 

4:38 

• UNTOUCHABLES 177700 

• MASTERPKCE THEATRE 
"Jeevae A Wooetor, 11" Bertie is 

forced to aaaume Queeie'o 
Menlity and take hie piece at 
Daveril Hal. (R) (Part 2 of ^IB 

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Director Micind Moore is the fanins behind 
TV Nslion." s new weeUy NBC seriei tttt loQks 
St ''Mories sboQt the other side of AflMricB." The 
debut a^ment won*t be seen locslty or TMpdky 
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sdvlos for anyone dealing 
wNh mischi«Y0tis Michael 
Moore: Be careful what 
Mnd of maseege you leave 
on hlo enewarfng machine. 
"TV Nation." a new oum- 
from the ety 
of 19891 ao- 
documentary 
"Roger * Me," premieres 
on NBC Tueeday. July 19. 

Moore'i tongue-in- 
cheelti emie and BRce 
technique is evident In ev- 
ery eegment of this briak 
and oocaeionely de- 
mented hour. 

"Each weei( I'm gonna 
t)ring you eloriei ebout the 
other side of America." he 
says In his Introduction. 
"Some of them w« be 
funny. Some of them win 



tM sad. But al of them wM 
be true." ■ J^■ii»^i•.■■ 
About ttis 'snslMtiRg 
mactiine, though: It tiane 
up In ttte very first seg- 
ment, in whioh Moore trav- 
el to Mexico to vteit 



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and Jobe • to that country. 
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gooda firm leaves a mae- 
sagadedning fyioore's r^ 
queet fbr a vWt. saying 
tttat tfte compeny doee not 
vvant to pubHcize its pres- 
ence In Mexico. Big mia- 
take. 

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rnem, Moore simp^f 
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Whoa! 

Feel 

that? 

Quake aftershock 
passed unnoticed 

If yOB felt the earth move beneath 
yam feet July 14, it wan't yov 



At9;42a.m.Jalyl4. theOeotogi- 
cal Stnty of Canada lepofied a 
minor earthquake near lYoHser Lake, 
eaat of PlaMr Rock, meamring 4.1 
on the Rktaer scale. The small 
tremon wefe felt as fiar north u 
Baduuat and as far east as Newcastle, 
but BO iqjwies or danafe was re- 
ported, said a release from 
Enugfincv Rreparedneas Ounda. 

Oeny Forward of die Energency 
Menims Onanharioa said in a 
WilBphniie iniBiview from IVedenc* 
loo diat die earthqaake was actnaUy 
— believe it or not — anodier 
aflBfafaodc of dte 1982 qukc whkh 
shook New Brunswick and northetn 
Maine. 

"That was the stroogest earthquake 
ever recorded in die provinoe's his- 
tory, and diis quake was jasi part of 
die healing process," he said. 

However, if yon didn't fed die 
July 14 quake, you're not ah)ne. The 
Nortktm Light had no reports of die 
seismic activity, prior to receiving 
die press release. 

Pist. 7 
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Local artists lend talents for Summer Festival 



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MeoBben of die Badinnt Aitt Sbdtty ieceady jteted to <i 1^ 
die city in pnpaiatioo for die Balfannt Suanmer Nstival by pahidng murals 
diat win be placed on Ike skle of die baildfait at 214 Kk« Ave., 
on die ooraer of Uog sod lAki St Hie naialt wiD depict narridaad aoenee, 
reninisoettof te sanonodiQgs at Driy Mttltoaerre. nchnd inon Mare: 
AtHenne Haan. aodety prnklent; Marie nenetie. Denis Hachey. society 



viofrfresideot; dan Dowxtie. Marie Oliver. HoBy McLaan and Oeomede 
WiUet The Badwnt Summer Faadval, which siartt Rriday and wops n 
Sunday, is just one of dre big evcins sdwduled fer die ChaleBr regioB dds 
week. There's also Carey's Food nn and FUng Festival, die ragadoo Miner's 
Festival and die Downtown Summer Party. See slonr page 3A. 

(NordiMii UBNI PIwio) 



CTMF plant will reopen in '95 



i trustees Move win mean b^tweenW 9^7 35 joSilSir frRTWathurst mill 



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Two new tmstees will be sworn in 
at next moodi's meeting of die 
District 7 School BoanL 

HMne Roosad of Badwrst and 
PMdfaie lUv of Petit Rocher Saudi 
wtt fHlaoe two trasiBes who res- 
igned us past sviof. Ttev wiO be 
sworn hi at >» wench district's next 
boasd of school liusiBes m eeti n g. 
scheduled fer Am. 30. 

Ms. Koussd npiaoee Rachel Ker- 
of Baiwat. who left foUowtag a 
hi caieen. She wiU l epre s cn t 
Sub-district 9 on die board, which 
hichMles die Michand, Bams and 
Ryaa wants. aU in Badiurst 

Ms. Roy will aasume Fenand 
OoMNOu's spot on die boani, who left 
for heaUiieasoas. She will represent 
Sii^4itaikt 3. wUch inckKks tt 
lo—nnnhita of TVenblay. LaHsnie, 
AlcidB. Mt Rocher South, Pedt 
Rocher North. Madran and 
Devereanx. 

Ihe nstaea have one year kit OS 



By JANICE 1. AMOUR 
Northern 



sysd 

shtt 



Light Staff 



Stone Container (Canada) Inc's 
cniP plaat win reopen earty next 
year. 

A release ftan die BadnnM pnip 
anl paper atai stated d» CTMP 
(cheflMHherOMl aaechsnical pulp) 
is being apgraded for reopening 

eart y im 

The reopening win create between 
30 10 33 penM n wi positions, and 
result in a positheecoooaric spinoff 
for the rai^on, i 

"Asyonlaow, 
pu^ and paper has iaproved signif- 
icantly in dM past few noodis. widi 
demand and price holding at enconr- 
agii« iBvnlB. Con al derin g fevorabie 
mariBBt ooodiiiona, 1 am pleased to 
advlae yon we are prep a rin g to 
CTMP( 



employees, annonnclng the 
reoptningi 

The laaer was distributed to aD 
miU e nsido y ees Taesdwf mondng. A 
mityThtNarthmi 



^; 



operadon as soon as 
possUe^" staled ****** uBBptal mana- 
ger John Steveaa in a letter to ndD 



1 dre letter, Mr. Stevens said die 

^k^h^^l^^aA ^^^^A^J^h^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ M^ X^^ A^^ 

CSBSBH DUvHBiD OPO^BBK B Wk WBL 

moodis, or January I9$S. dne to 
"several ni^)or changea" which must 
oe aBoreaseo. 

Iheae changes inchMle tecartag a 
suitable sapphr of fibre widi laaa duB 
OQB per oent oan oonssni, wmcn is 
"extilBmely dUBcab" to acUeve hi 
'wtang bBcaaas of die way the aifll 
removea iMk nom the ireea. The 
Jrigh^taUty fibre is needed t» pro- 
(taoe BB printing and V 
of psoer, sack as dte Ihaay 
used m catalogaes and maga 

Ihe release staled dds is a new 
procees fer die Bailpit miH 

Also, Stone wiQ ieed to get a 
govenaseittaUocailflpfKiisqidyof 



pn^ which is used to 

ODS Bads pBpCTa 

1t is poailile die CTMP opeohig 
could be dehiyed andl dds chaOenge 

noanaaea, wiote aw. stereos. 

TUedly, the mil wiB replace obao- 
kteeoalpBient. Md hMau eqaipaBeot 
suittole to atpen pnlp pvoocaaing. 
lids eqn^nneitt jf yfu ffi several 
puaips, electriad drives, a diip coo- 



fel.a 

to a ndnhnnm, Md at the same time, 
mahvahi extremely Mgh qnality. If 
weaiaintain dKM two essential ele- 
asents, 1 aa confident we w1 be hi 
the pulp bn iinesi for many years to 



*Tn addition to die fibre and equip- 
ment chalhwges dat need to be 
addreased in no shost term, negotia- 
dons whli dre variona Bill 1 
idU unreaohe d , phM a 
steam supply. espedaOy for 
operathm. is qaeflknable,'' Mr. Ste- 



TUi reopening is good news fer 
Ae^pRniflMte^ 20 CTMP ph»t 
woAert, who hnrebawilahl off since 
Dec. 24. 1992. Ite's when dwmiU 
hnd to shut down die CTMPphnt, 
bacansB of a 20L00O-tan saiptas of 
plup, cou p led with a low market 



tion to all there challenges can be 
found, dtat will not jeopanVre die 
re open feg a^ die hmg^enn viability 
of the CTMP» JHv us to be luccess - 



Tbe switch to aqieo pulp, to 
prodpoe quaUy printiy and wiidng 
pape^wBS lint consUered in Febn- 
aiy 1993, when a trial aipen nn wtt 
dosKatdieCmPphmL At dint date, 
dw trial na wns snooeaafel, bnt h was 
uncertain whether Stooe would pn>- 
cede with die refitting for die new 
process. 



ypuiig's tough airport stance 
could be good for Bathurst 



i: 



Doi^ Yotys new aadonal air 
hansportation stniegy will not harm 
die Badiurst Ref^ooal Airport's 



DavM Knonto, chakman of die 
Regjonnl Ahport Commia- 



J^'^^^ 



'%f1^ 



Nancy Drew is on the case 

Rehearsals for kical playwright T\ony Lanier's latest production, Nancy 
Drew: Tkt Dmea Aetmmt Mw4er, are nearhw the finni sttgea. Tlie play 
opeiH July 27 at Bathurst High School Theatre. Shown here in character are 
Dan Fowbe, as academy hutrncta Dale Rootry, and Tenia Aubd, as teen 
sleuth Nancy Drew. Sw story page SA. 



tar's plan to 

safaai&n far regional and'ldctf air^ 
ports wittta fhreytan. will not affect 
the airport's opeciting budget 

BecnuM the BAC is fended en- 
drely Yn Chalenr region ounddpali- 
da and bv its prindpfe casria. Air 
Nova, it dxa not need government 
monies fer opetadng costs, he sakL 

'This win hnveno effect on onr 
financial operations, becaare we 
have alwagrs been on our own, any- 
ways," Mr. Kaowlea enlained. He 
was co mB s entiM after Mr. Young, 
die MP fer AcMHe-Badmst. eeleased 
Ma new air tnmsportadon strategy on 
July 13. 

Mr. Knowles saU diere is no way 
of lelUnc if dds new poUcy wiO mean 
die federaOy-funded airports in 
Chario and Chaihtm will dose. 

Ihey 're oenal% goh^ to hare to 
get to woriL to catch up to an the woric 
we're done over die last six yean to 
buiU a regkmal airport I don't see 
anyddnc woridng for dwm but die 
reghMl approach for feodfa^ 1 
don't wish dmn bad lack. If diey 
hnre die ambHioii, diey can do it. but 
h win be toagh." 

He sakl hi addition to regkaml 
funding, both die Cbarlo and 
Chadiam airports will need a snbstan- 




be ki daiuer of shi 
fetare. if diew two 



DavU Knowks 

dal vohune of passengers, and a 
financislly secure air carrier bringing 
flints in to dieir afaport s. 

Currently, both airports are served 
by die Canadian AkUnes affiliaie, 
Air Adantic. which is reportedly in 
serions financial tronUe. Also, die 
two ahpotts combined hare less air 
traffic and fewer usen than the 
9adiunt airport akme. This coukL 
mean one or both of the airports couki 



kidie 
don't 



However, if eidnr die Chario or 
OuidHun ahport doaed, and one 
more fllijht was needed to oome to 
natnursi, nw ncai aspon s operaimg 
deficit worid be eUnilnaied, and the 
ahport would make money, he said. 

llie Badmrst airport ended 1993 
widi a $S0.939 deficit, fer m acca- 
malated defldi of $102,664. 

Tf another ahport has die misfor- 
tone of dosing, and we got more 
passengen becaure of it. most cer- 
tainly uid absoluidy wouJkl our defi- 
cit be craaed. and we wouU be hi die 
Mack. But it remafau to be seen what 
win hinien. Time will teO." noted 
lAi. Knowles. 

Shice BRAC stvted hi 1988. drey 
hare often oomplafawl of haviii| to 
compete on an uneven pbtyhig fiBld 
widi die two doaest airports, located 
in Chario and Chadiam. 

In die meantime. Mr. Knowles 
reported diat die $1.04S million m 
construction at the aitpvt is preced- 
ing on schedule. He aakl the runway 
has been widened, and the new fire 
access read is c o nstwcted. 

He said Wye Ekdric is currently 
intt a nin g the new ranway lighting 
system, and should be finidied by die 
end of die mondi. 

There fanpRnremeots sre funded 
by the fedeiil govenunenL Oovern- 
mett monies will conthine to be 
avaihdde far such capi^. projects, 
sakl Mr. Knovles. 




Acadian pride 

Up to 1.000 visiion are ex- 
pected n Petit Rocher next month 
far Rendez-Voos Acadien. This 
year's event is being tied hi widi 
die Reunion Canvan, which will 
be 00 its way to the Acadian 
Worid Congress in loudwast New 
Brunswick. 

Pngc lA 

Meow! 

Cats picked up by die animal 
control officer will have 72 hours 
Cor their ownen to claim dieni. 
according to a new city bylaw. 
However, die officer himaelf 
wooden if dus is unfair to dog 
owners, who only have 48 hoan. 
" 3A 



Family tradition 

Hank Williams Jr. likea to shig 
about country music being a feoB- 
Oy traditian for Mm. Hie same 
applies to New Brunswick conn- 
iry smger Debbie Myen, who 
recendy moved to die Chalenr 
reghm. 

Pnge 5A 

Hve years 

Air Nova will marie five years 
of service to Nordrenat Now 
Bnmswicfc widi a spednl oei»- 
aaoqr neia week. A hiihligiK will 
be the anveUnt of a phuB that has 
been painted with die offidal cseat 
for the City of Badwst 

Png* 6A 

Victory 

Tlie Canadiaa Special Olynap- 
k» Osmes hi iUUbx proved finut- 
hl fer kii si sthhitri die Bathurst 
ddegation brought home no leas 
dian six medals. 

Pi«c IB 

Dirty fun 

The Canadian Special Ohrmnic 
Games in Halfex proved raohl 
fer fecal addetBK die Badmrst 
deiegaifen brought heme no leaa 

nSD Bx meQais 

P^a IB 

Word up 



ihtoiF 



Starting a new life in a new 
conntty ia hanl enoMh, but inn- 
-*— * -Tu oonUnn w ptA the 
A ooHBie wna recendy 
in Bathurst to ^^yn 
hn ini grsi it s learn Engliah aa a 
second tanguage. 

IC 



Crocodile rock 



ToofeOK Uzanb isn't die 

of aomeTV show for kkis, butdiis 
new fecal rock trto is definitdy 
about having fim. 

TV Sceiaa 



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BaOethi Boanl lOA 

Baainess 6A 

OaasifiBd ads 7A to 9A 

Onb Comer 7B 

Oomks 7B 

Letten to die Editor 4A 

UiMtyles. IC 

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• Save 1 .8 irWan gaaona of walar 
ayaar. 

* Piavwa hsif A bMkio pounds of 
faiw anbiMl oxofomoni frofn fouSno 



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innMonaoraa otireaa. q 
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2A — ^The Northcra Light. Wo4. July 20. 1994 




Ex-mayor receives medal 

Former Bathurst mayor Patrick (Paddy) McLaughlin (right) was among 
those who went to St Aubin sur Mer ui Prance last ntonth for the SOin 
anniversary of D-Day . Mr. McLaughlin, a veteran of the Second World War, 
is shown receivinK a Battle of Normandy medal, which was presented to all 
the veterans who foudit in the Battle of Nonnandy in 1944. This photo was 
taken in the ofTice of SL Aubin sur Mer Mayor Pierre Letellier, wito is shown 
making the presentation to Mr. McLaughlin. Sl Aubin sur Mer is Bathunt's 
official twin city. See story at right. 




Dames d'Acadie receive $22,337 

Acadie-Bathum MP Doug Yoong. federal TIransport Minister, made a 
cheque preaeatation Monday to La Federation des Dames d'Acadie. The 
women's gnMO^whicfa l epi caent s the interests of women and francofjlianet, 
received $22^37 from the federal government to be used towards an official 
languages prognm. Shown with Mr. Young, from lef^ are ArmcUe Brideau, 
zone rqxesentttive for Dames d'Acadie; and Carole Foumier. piDvincial 
director of Dumes d'Acadie. 

(Nerthwn Light PIteto) 



St. Aubin 
trip is 
recounted 

Graham Wiseman's first trip to 
Europe will be one he will never 
forget. 

The Bathurst city councillor took 
time at the end of Monday's council 
meeting ni^t to give his ccdleagues 
and the public an overall view of the 
trip he organized to Sl Aubin sur 
Mer. The trip, nude in June, was to 
experience hnt-hand last month's 
oeKbrations of the SOih anniversary 
of D-Day in Normandy, Prince. 

The group of 45 people, including 
veieniu. made the trip to commemo- 
rate the North Shore Regiment's 
mecial contribution during the June 
6, 1944 invasion and the liberation of 
St. Aubin sur Mer from Nazi 
occupatioa 

The local deleplion spent four 
days in St Aubm taking part in 
various ceremonies including: a com- 
memonuive service at the North 
Shore Regintent's and 48th Com- 
nuuido Royal Marines monument 
where wreaths were laid aiid medals 
were presented to veterans by die 
mayor of Sl Aubin; a memorial at 
Beny Reviers Canadian war cemet- 
ery; a q)ectacular fireworks display 
on die shoies of Saint Aubin with a 
background documentary explaining 
the details of the German occupation 
of Rranoe; a Franco-Canadian cere- 
mony at the Canadian War Ceremony 
at Beny-Sur-Mer, in which Governor 
General Ray Hnatyshyn, Prime Mi- 
nister Jean Chfetiea arid French Pres- 
ident Fragcois Mitterand attended. 

A guided lour of the city of Caen 
was an emotional experience for 
many of die veterans who entered the 
city SO years ago. when there was 
little of it left standing. 

Mr. Wiseman said duit saying 
goodbye to host funilies was "tear- 
ful" but, the friendships made will no 
doubt "last a lifetime." 

"X at wall as I am sure other 
membe n of our del^ation, were 
most overwhelmed by the friendli- 
ness and kindneu shown to our 
delegatian by die ciiizent of Saint 
Aubm." 

He presented a plaque of Nor- 
mandy and a medallion of Sl Aubin 
to Bathurst Mayor Ken Frenette on 
behalf of the nuyor and people of Sl 
Aubin. 



City threatening motel 
owner with court action 

Fundy Line appears to have been abandoned 



The City of Bathurst will take die 
owner of the Fundy Line motel to 
court, if die SL Anne Street structure 
is not demolished. 

At Monday's regular Bathurst city 
council meeting cotincillors gave 
city administration pemiission to in- 
itiate action to ensure the run-down 
structure is made safe, and the owner 
is hekl liable for any costt for such 
measures. 

The Fundy Line has been ckwed 
for a number of years, and die 
property has become run down. 

City planner Marc BoufEard said 
the city is "quite serious." in fiorcing 
ownen of nin-down and ab w do n ed 
prtMKfties to seal up any openingt in 
buildings on these propetties, and 
then demolish diem or renovate them. 

"In die past few weeks, the Ftandv 
Line hotel has caused a concern with 
safety, widi a number of break and 



enters, and some attempts by vandals 
to set rues," said Mr. Bouffard. 

"The owner was served a written 
order to board up any openings, and 
eidier renovate or demolish die build- 
ing, but because he was negligent in 
reqxnding to diis order, the city has 
hired a contnctcr to secure aU die 
existing openings." 

Mr. Bottffanf said die next step 
will be for die city to take die 
property owner to court, to get » 
judge's order to demolish die build- 
ing. He said because of die size of the 
structure, and the $70,000 to $75,000 
estimated it will cost to demolish die 
motel, a judge's order would be 
prudent 

"We will place a lien against die 
property for any work done, and we 
will be the first ones to recover our 
money when it is sold. If the owner 
doesn t want to address this safety 



hazard, we have a legal responsibility 
to do so." 

Also at Monday's meeting, council 
approved publishing a notice of iu 
intention to pass a new bylaw stating 
maintenance and ocoqwicy stan- 
dards for residential properties at die 
Aug. IS public meeting. 

This bylaw will state all standards 
die city expects residential property 
ownen to adhere to. similar to die 
policy diey expect business ownen to 
adhere to iL 

In other business, a tender for 
$75,077.88 was awarded to Kenny's 
Trucking Ltd. to rnlaoe a section of 
water main on SL John SUMt, from 
die top of die hiO between Murray 
and Main, down to Main Street 

■ More COUNCIL pages 3A. 9A 



Rendez-vous Acadien Aug. 12 



Hiere will be plenty of Acadians 
on hand when Rendez-Vous Acadieo 
kicks off Au. 12 in Petit Rocfaer. 

About 1,000 visiton will convoge 
on die small Upthore viUaae on diat 
date. aU headed towards die Work! 
Acadian Congiest. which is being 
hekl nine communities in soudieast 
New Brunswick. 

The visiton are scheduled to arrive 
at 4:30 pjn. with die Qnvane des 
Retrouvailks (Reanion Caravan). 
llie carrran is a planned seveo-day 
road trip beginning in Bthnonton, 
Alta. on Aug. 5, and covering about 
5.000 kilometres. It will oonaist of 
teams of 10 vehkles heading — in 
relay ftshion — toward die World 
Acadian Congress. The caiaran and 
its entonrage will spend die aifht in 
area arapipouidi. The following 
day. die canvan will make die final 
leg of its lengdiy journey, aocompan- 
ied by Acamans from diis regpon. 

Rendez-Vous Acadien organizen 
will use die stopover to open iu 
popular fow-day oelebiatkm of die 
Acadian heritage. Local Acadians 
will greet die caravan at 4:30 pjn. at 



die Petit Rocher Arena. There, die 
Upriiore maniripalitifis of Petit Ro- 
cfaer, Beresford, Nigadoo and Poinie 
Verte win provide oMertainment and 
a good old-fSuMoned Acadian soup 
toboth kical and visidng Acadians — 

Then, at 9:30 pjn. at die Petit 
Rocfaer Arena, a performance by die 
Bad Laine groo) will be presented to 
dwie 19 and older. On Saturday, 
Aug. 13, a Mini-Olympics will be 
hekl imm 10 ajn. to 12 noon at die 
Ecole Domaine Etudiant school 
grounds, for dnse between die ages 
of six and 12. Later diat evening, die 
grOKp Inaonaiak will entertain die 
masses during a bonfire, beginniiig at 
8 pjn. 

Ob Sanday, Aug. 14, die munici- 
pality of Petit Rocher will offer its 
traditional bieakfut from 8:30 ajn. 
to 10:30 ajn. at die Place des Fdnda- 
teurs. located near die Pedt Rocher 
whvf. 

Finally, on Aug. IS, die Acadians' 
fiunoas tintamarre will be held on 
Rue Principale from 4 pjn. to 7 pjn. 
\ ioui boodis will be erected along 



Obituaries 



die route, featuring singen. ck>wns. 
make-up booths and food. 

A tintamane aees participanu 
making as much noiae as possible. 
The traditkn stems frooi 200 yean 
ago, when it was used to warn of an 
enemy apfmtch. 

Patrtok Mallet is president of 
Rendez-Vous Acadien diis year. He 
is jonied on die organizing committee 
by Ouy Clavetle. vke-president; Ro- 
naU LeBknc. treasurer, and M61anie 
LeBlanc. secietaiy. 

Mr. MaBct stated tai a leleaie that 
he hopes evanrone makes it a point to 
visit Petit Rocher during Reodez- 
Vous Acadien. 

"(It) it die perfect oocaskm to 
celebrate die Acadian culture, even if 
you can't make it to die (Worid 
Acadian Congreu)." 

In error 

The names of the parents of a 
student in one of last week's pbotos 
were ioBomctly identified. Saqra- 
nand Satyananyana is Ibe son of B.S. 
Satya and Indira Sat)«naiayana. llie 
nanM were wrong in a cadine on 
page 4C ander die hoadiBg of Top 
Math Students in District IS. 




Keututh Brmmck 

The deadi of Kenneth Loane 
Branch of 240 Union SL. Badram, 
occurred suddenly on July 18. 1994 at 
die Regtonal Hospital Centre in Badi- 
unL He wtt 71. 

Bom in Balh- 
unL he was a son 
of die late Robert 
(Bm) and Mary 
Etta (Loanc) 
Branch. 

He graduated 
from Bathurst 
High School, and 
worked on the 
family farm for many yean. He also 
worked as a stationary engineer at 
BHS for 20 years, retiring in 1987. 

Besides his wife, the former Eu- 
nice Smith, he is survived by one 
daughter, Mrs. Thelma Scott 
(Wayne) of Badiunt; one sister, Mn. 
Beraice Stacey (William) of Fort 
Langley, B.C^ two giandchikfaen, 
Jennifer and James, both of Badiurst; 
and several nieces and nephews. 

He wu predeceased by two 
brothen, Allison and Rudolph; and 
one sister, Mn. Helen Oliver. 

The body is resting at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home^ BadiunL The funeral 
service wUl be held Thursday. Julv 
21, in die funeral home chapel, 
beginning at 2 p.m. Burial will be in 
die Spruce Grove Union Cemetery, 
Bridge St., BadiunL 

Mumy Inj 

The deadi of Murray Ivev of 2600 
Rough Waters Dr., Bathurst, 
occurred July 17, 1994 at die Reg- 
ional Hospital Centre in Badiunt 
folkiwin^ a brief iU neas. He was 86. 

Bom m Debec, — — — — 
N.B., he was a son 
of die late George 
and Mary (Mont- 
gomery) Ivey. 

He had worked 
as a machinist widi 
the former North- 
ern Machine 
Works Ltd., and 
afterwards at SMI faidnstries. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former Markm Vienneau; five sons, 
Kennedi of Badiurst Michael of 
Fredericton, John of Yellowknife. 
N.W.T.. Ralph of Huston. B.C.. and 
George of GoM River, B.C.; two 
daughten, Mn. Sharon Simpson 
(Murray) of Oiomocto and Mn. 
Marilyn Rennebohn (Ted) of Regina, 
Sask.; one brodier, Ross Ivey of 
Debec: and eight grandchildren. 





He was p redec eased by a brother, 
Raymond. 

The body is resting at Elhatton's 
Funeral itoine. BadiunL The hineral 
service will be held Wednesday, July 
20, at Our Lady of Mount Carmel 
Church in East BadiunL beginning at 
1:30 p.m. Interment will be in the 
parish cemetery. 

For anyone wishing to send lokeni 
of sympathy, die family would appre- 
ciate donations to die Canadian 
Cancer Society. 

EmMt Couture 

The deadi of Emile Couture of 865 
Cofiyn Orescent formerty of Bridge 
Street Badiurst occurred July 16, 
1994 at die R^ional HoqMtal Centre 
in Badiurst following a brief illness. 
He was 66. 

Bom in Camp- 
bellton, he was a 
son of the late Ben 
and Susan 
(Jacques) Couture. 

He had woriced 
as a truck driver for 
Henry A. Rodgen 
Ltd., a wood 
contractor. 

He enjoyed bowling, hunting and 
fishing. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former Stella Hachey; four daught- 
en, Mn. Margaret Boyd (Keaitoth), 
Mn. Marilyn Caissie (RonakI) and 
Mn. Judy Doucet (Albanie), all of 
Bathurst and Mn. Carolyn Dudos 
(Danny) of Toronto; five sons, Gary, 
Martin (Dorodiy) and Ivan (lisette), 
aO of Badiunt David (Brenda) of 
Toronto, and Roland of Moncton; 19 
grandchildren; and three great- 
grandchildren. 

Also survivirtg are four brothen, 
Etknond Couture, Gordon Couture, 
Arthur CouUire and Albert Jacques, 
all of Badiunt 

He was predeceased by a brother, 
Martin. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Ptmeral Home, BathursL The funeral 
service was hekl July 18 at Our Lady 
(k Mount Carmel Church, BathunL 
Burial was in the parish cemetery on 
St. Mary Avenue. 

Htetor Bouehtr 

The deadi of Hector Boucher of 
795 Champlain Sl, formeriy of 
Rough Waten Drive, Bathunt 
occurred suddenly tin July 13, 1994 at 
die RMtonal Hoqiital Centre in Badi- 
unt He was 71. 

Bom in Badiunt he was a son of 




die late Joseph and Jane (Babin) 
Boucher. 

He lerved overseaa widi the Royal 
Canadian Army during die lecond 
WorU War. 

He was a former 
emptoyee of the 
Coosolidated- 
Baihunt Inc. (now 
Stone Container 
(Canada) Inc.) 
pulp and paper < 
mill 

He is survived 
by his wife, Thdrte (Lavigne) (Aa- 
bie) Boucher, one daughter, Mn. 
Vivian Nickum (Cail) of Badiunt; 
seven stn>-sons, Cletas Aubie, Ber- 
nard Aubie, Leonard Aubie, Gordon 
Aubie and Gerry Aubie, all of Badi- 
urst GenU Aubie of Oshawa, Ont, 
and Charles Aubie of Saint John; 
duee siep^ghteis. Mn. Claudette 
Chamberlain (Gerard) of Badiurst 
Mn. Beveriy Hmmons (Raymond) 
of Woodstodc, and Mn. Anita Jessup 
(Shawn) of ()shawa: one grui^on; 
22 step-grandchildren; and four step- 
great-grandchildren. 

Also surviving are two brodiers, 
Lawrence of Bamurst and Patrick of 
Oshawa; two sisters, Mn. Margu- 
erite Bbckett (Walter) and Mn. 
Pauline Cormier (Normand). both of 
Badiunt; and several nieces and 
nephews. 



"Rie body rested at Bhauon's 
Funeral Home, Badiurst The funeral 
servke wu hekl July 16 at Our Lady 
of MouniXannet Qhuich. Badiurst 
Burial warwihB parish cemetery lOn 
St-Mary-Aveme." 

A legkm memorial service was 
hekl at die funeral home on July 15. 

AdeUa Boudrtau 

The deadi of Mn. Adelia Boud- 
reau of Tiremblay, originally of Be- 
resford, occurred at her residence on 
July 12, 1994. She was 79. 

Bom in Beresford, she was a 
daughter of die bie Charles and 
Agnes (Vienneau) Aub6. 

She was predeceased by her hus- 
band. Cypnen Boudreau. 

She is survWed by four sons, 
Madiias and Charles, bodi of Beres- 
ford. Robert of Badnint and Jean- 
Guy of Tremblajr. sh duighlen, Mn. 
NKole Anderson (Robert) and Mn. 
Beatrice IXwcet (Vincent), both of 
Prince Edward Island, Mn. Annette 
DeGrace (Germain) of Beresford. 
Mn. Bemioe Roy (Rend) of Petit 
Rocher, Mrs. Angfele Ouerette 
(Ldandre) of Tiremblay, and Mn. 
Marie-Btanche Boudreau of Quebec; 
32 grandchildren; and eight gteit- 
grandchikhea 

Also surviving are one brother, 
L6onard Aubd of Badiunt; and one 
sister, Mn. Stella Landry oJf Quebec. 



The ivMins retted 
Fteeral Chapel, Nij 



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AMm Vtrtom 

The deadi of Alvin Vecdon of 
Duntop occuned July 13, 1994 at die 
Regional Hospital Centre in Badi- 
aru. He was 61. 

Bon in Robectville, he was die son 
of Marie Roae (Roy) Verdon and die 
hte Frank Venkn. 

He wu a member of die Otriden 
Age Cfaib in RobertviDe. 

Betklea hit modier. he is survived 
bv his wife, die former L6ona 
Vienneaa; one son, Jean-Guy of 
North Teteagooche; four daughten, 
Mn. Diane Lanteigne (Lucien) of 
Dunkip, Mn. Mxtique Bossie (Mi- 
chel) of Qoebec. Mn. Oisile Frenette 
(Norben) of Robeitvilk. and Nadia- 
lie Venkn of Moncton; one sister, 
Mn. Rita Vienneau (OnU) of Roben- 
viUe; and eight gniiidchiklren. 

The remans rested at Verret's 
Ptmeral Chapel. Nigadoo. The fun- 
eral service wu hekfJaly IS at die St 
ThMae Chnrcfa. Robettville. Burial 
wu in die parish cemetery. 



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TTieNortfaeni Lighl. WeiL. July 20. 1994 — 3A 



Cat owners get slight reprieve 

Bylaw amended to give owners 72 hours to get impounded cats 



By GIOVANNA PANZERA 
Northern Light StafT 

Cat ownen will now have 72 houn 
to reclaim their pets befoie they will 
be disposed of by the animal control 
officer. 

This was the change made to the 
city's new cat bylaw during second 
reading at Monday's ngaht meeting 
of Batfiunt city coundL 

A bylaw to amend the animal 
control bvlaw, which would allow 
the animal control officer to trap stray 
cats, at the property owner's expense, 
was passed with the ammendment by 
a margin of 7-3. 

Councillors Keith Loupelle, 
Harvey Boucher, Jay Mersereau, 
Jack DeHaitre, Silvana Bosca and 



John Duffy supported the ammend- 
ment, second and final reading. 
Coundllon Claire WUt, Bob Ander- 
son and Oraham Wiseman voted 
against the the amm«adment and the 
two readings that followed. 

Anxious to get the cat iuue off the 
table, Coua Boucher proposed to 
amend the section of the byhw that 
gave the pet owno 24 hours to pick 
up the cat, to 72 hours. 

Twenty-four hours is not much 
time, especially if the homeowner is 
gone for the day," argued Mr. 
Boucher. 

Quick 10 defend the intenstt of cat 
ownen, Coun. Wiseman queatioaed 
whether that 72-toour period exchided 
weekends. Citing a similar bylaw in 
Predericton, Mr. Wiseman said that 
city had excluded weekends from 



their waiting period. 

But council went forward, passing 
the bylaw regardless of weekends. 

The amendment to the bylaw 
wottU allow the animal oonirol of- 
ficer to choose to tiap any stray cats, 
if asked by the proper^ owner, for a 
fee of $10. This fee includes the work 
to trap the cat. the use of the trap, and 
the disposal of the feline after 24 
hours. HowevCT, it does not require 
the animal control oflica to trap all 
stray cats. 

In the past, the animal control 
officer wu mt responsible for cats. 
Instead, a property owner was re- 
quired to place a $120 refundable 
dc^xMit on a trap, and catch the 
ammal themselves, then do with it 
what they will. 

Andfe Doucet, city treasurer, said 



no traps have been rented from the 
city. 

After the meeting, Mr. Wiseman 
expressed his disappointment with 
the outcome of the issue. While he 
supported the 72-hour amendment, 
he wanted weekends excluded. 

"Again, it's a trivial item, but at the 
same time there are people out there 
that love their animals." 

Mr. Wiseman said that while dog 
owners can be tracked down by 
looking at the dog tag, there is no law 
requiring cats to have ugs. 

"There are a tot of people out there 
who k>ve cats and possibly those out 
there who don't like them. But 
regardless, they are animals and they 
have their rights as well." 



Cats getting preferential treatment? 

Animal control officer says dogs are only allowed 48 hours 



The Bathuist animal control of- 
ficer says cats were never diqxxed 
24 hours after being caught and city 
council shoukl get iu Cku straight 

Dan Kenny tokl The Northern 
ZijA( Tuesday said he beard Ihrough 
the grapevine" council made refer- 
ence at Monday night's meedng to 
cats being diqwaed of afkr a 24-taour 
limit Mr. Kenny said that's false. 

There's noth^ in bylaw 9S9-B 
(the animal control bylaw) stating 
how long to keep cats." 

Mr. Kenny sakl he has taken it on 
his own initiative to apply the 
48-hour limit applied to captured 
dogs, to the cats he's caught 



He said council shoukl have in- 
vited him to be at die meetbig 
Monday to ensure facts were not 
distorted. 

As fcrihe new bylaw, Mr. Kenny 
says he will now operate under the 
72-hoariule, but will still use Us own 
discretion when it comes to 
weekends. 

'V I picked up a cat on Rriday. I'd 
keep it until TMMiay.. J always give 
ownen two working days ate the 
weekend and I will continue that" 

Bvt Mr. Kenny also anved that cat 
ownen can't wait a weei and eqxct 
toget the cat back. If the owner didn't 



care enough to call within a conpk of 
days, be said it's evidence diat th^ 
don't care. 

**It's the responsiUity (rf the owner 
to take action." 

Maifearite Monison agrees. She's 
the pntident of die Badmrst Society 
for die Fievention of Qtaelty to 
AnkDab. She said diat it's really die 
owner's reqxMsibUty to keep a cat at 
home and die dty's new law, includ- 
ing the 72-hour Umit, shoukl be 
sufficient 

*lf you let diem (cats) go fbrioo 
long, diey mate and it's unwanted 
kittens that end up at our shelter. Ptt 



control is what they're doing, and it's 
very good." 

Mrs. Morrison conceded that al- 
though cats are difficult to confine, 
the onus is on owners to ensure their 
cats don't wander onto neighboring 
properties where they can cause 
dainage. 

Mr. Kenny said he now worries 
that dog owners may complain about 
the discrepancy between the 48-hour 
limit for dogs, versus the new 
72-hour limit for cats. 

He said this could be a "kxiphole 
for dog toven" and cause future 
problems. 



Bathurst area is where the action is! 

Three local festivals this week add up to one big party 



If you've planned to vacattoo 
outside of Bathurst this weekend, you 
picked a bad time. 

That's because anyone not staying 



in die Chaleur region diis week win 
miss some of die best dmet in die 
area diis summer. No leas than foor 
festivals are set to fo. 




The fiui kicks off tomonow Tbon- 
day widi die Nipdoo Miner's PeMi- 
vaL On Rriday, dto BadMntSimmo 
Pctfhral, in ooi^incdon widi die 
Downtown Party '94. bodi begin, u 
weO u die Pood. Pun and PUng 
Peadval at Carey's By die Sea in 
Salmon Beach. 

In short, ttiis place is niiv to be 
hoppim widi Am arrt»liiaai and en- 
tenainmeflt, foreveiyiBenibCf of the 
bndly. All ot dieae flssdvab have 
been die reaak of peaonal initiadve 
by the organizen of the event, and 
will rely on die support of area 

residenis to succeed. 

The fbUowiog are higfaUghtt of 
some of die events yon may want to 
check out Some ^ym f^^l sdiednles 
are abo published in this editkin of 
The Northern Light, or are available 
flrooi the diflbient festival orgudzen. 

NIGADOO MINERS' FEST 

The Nigadoo Minen' Festival 
kicks off widi a teen dHice fer kids 14 
yean and older tom a Moow Thurs- 
day at die Nipdoo Arena. 

Some of die hifhUfhis to follow 
inchMie an adalt duioe on Mday, 
with nench rock and roll band 
DonUetandem. Satorday's night pa- 
'rade ends widi a super country 
hoedown widi die Myen femily, 
inclading Ocrry. Shiriey, and Debbie 
Myen. 

On Sunday, diere is a special 
bfcakfest for tnickcn at die Nigadoo 
Track Slop lestaurant. as well as 
activities nch u a honeshoe lonma- 
ment. tng of war, panKle, and prizes. 

BATHURST SUMMER FEST 

The fun stam in Badiunt widi die 
opening of die Downtown retail tent, 
held as part of die Downtown Futy 



'94, Friday morning at 9 ajn. 

Odier Friday events include a 
Richelieu bingo and wine cellar, 
senion' bowlSig. a country show- 
down at die Badiust SuperMall. and 
a Debbie Myen concert at die Badi- 
urst Marina starting at 9 pjn. 

On Saturday, diere will be a touch 
foottMdl toumameat, rummage sale at 
Holy Family Church, more bowling, 
and a bontitfMi^ tournament. Corooa- 
don Park will be die site of a dog 
show, family bazaar, and outdoor 
barbecae and celebrity dunk tank. 
Satarday night sees a beer garden in 
the Kent pvking widi kical rocken 
^AW Pitch and Toottwx Lizards. 

Sunday's fun includes bowling a 
sidewalk bookfair, a cat show, die 
Meny-Oo-Round band, and a parade. 

FOOD, FUN AND FUNG 

Carey's By die Sea and die Jane- 
viUe Beach will be the site of a wide 
variety of fun activities, starting 
Rridiy widi food stands, beer stands, 
pop stands, a Red Cross Fled Flints- 
tone car race, canoe raffle, citildren's 
comer, local musical groups, 
dancers, and an ice cream eating 
contest 

On Saturday, die fim includes a 
professional chefs cooking contest, 
more dancing, country singen, fiddle 
contest, and more musical entertain- 
ment, including noted Cape Breton 
musicians Natalie MacMaster and 
Dave Maclssac. 

Sunday ends widi a cookie baking 
contest, auction, casino, as well as a 
continuation of all diree days' worth 
of entertainment, which inchide ma- 
gicians, clowns, ventriloquists, bal- 
loons, fece paindng, arts and crafts 
sale, plants and garden crafts for sale, 
bnskers. twirlen and of course, food 
booths. 



BATHURST 



Space lesson 



A group of Badwrst yottdu have become one step closer to die frontier of 
space dirough Space Awareness Week, now under way. The Space 
Awareness Week program is made up of hands-on activities and prosenta- 
dons, tailored to yondis between die ages of Ave and 12. It is designed to leach 
children about die various roles Canada, and die provtaioe, have in die space 
industry. On Tuesday, guest speaken were invled to die Bathnnt Sports 
Chala on Oolf Street by die ciirs PKks, Recreation and Tourism Deiiaianent 
to talk to approximately 40 cUidren. In die above photo, Kadaya Kcaden, of 
TMI Communications in Oitawi, shows some local younpten pieces of a 
satelUte. The children are Patrick Donoet. 10. son of NeU andKaitn Doocet of 
Badiunt; and Libby Macdonald, 10, son of Lynn Maodonald. 

(NoflRefii UqM Plioio) 



For nppomtmcnt 
Pour Rondoz-vous 




Under the big top 

Two-year-old Harley Mann and his dad John, of Middle River, were among 
the crowds of people who enjoyed the entertainment at the Shrine Circus, held 
Monday in die Chaleur Centre parking lot Proceeds from Monday's Uiree 
shows were for die benefit of Shrine activities, such as die Shrinen Hospitals 
for sick children. . 

(NorttMrn UgM Ptwto) 



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TMBwibahw^auoion and asiiMniaMd at our laat auction In t»aiwyw( 
•xpoci 10 find ao many lov«^ptoooa.UHKlbrtowaf»Ju*«lwfol*»«w«:»wtov. 
wit twdroom MH - tio«i ■• oompMa tali and in ax. oand.-«na US wrt and the otwr 
a mah. Ml w^ttw trt four poalw iMd; tw dMng room aat ii a nwt 8 poa. nMh. and in 
such lov. oond.w/tha ohdra having tM t^MOlry uphoL aaali and tha otwr is a kw. 
mah. apwtmont tin aot; s«>. daain inohid. and outMandhig iga. ehaiTwood 
prolao2anol» oflcs doik \fNAnaitila Kip and lM« and olaw tost; pin* dnr sink; oak. 
mah. and wal. chssti of drawsis - s«v. w^torKv mintin: Vio. arm and sids ctMirs; igs. 
12 pi. sstMng China dinnsfwws «M«sxta ssr\Hno DOS.; a lofv. kit of CNna and staas 
loakjrss kw. pes. of imogs, Msti Bslsok, Royal Bonn, B wwrt s n. DrsMisn OiianlBl 
porostaln. Bridil fViss, sic. and inchid. ssv. unk|us pes. ss wsl ss vaass. bowts. 
plalM. SIC.: cut crystal (widss and siHnwars; nkio lot of silvsr incfcjd. Iga. ssn^ 
pes., taasarvios. sk:., tabis and loor lamps - ssv. wrtw fancy ttwtas: a unkius wal. 
M^ lk>or modsl muskal iewsliy box; osk chld^ rodw; wsl. hoi tabis: quai. bono 
China cups snd sauosrt; )s«ralsiy chsst; ssv. ant rocksrs; iingia and dbto bods 
inchid. fc>ur posMrs; ismp and oocaskmal tabisB: snt wicksr fcimitura: a kiv. ant 
prMssd bndt chikfs high cfiair; Vte. toor wttiNMt; ooffso snd snd-labiss; kjv. snt. 
oak commode w/tsncy bsckspiaati and swing out sMs ssdkm w/poOy chair - a 
beauty; s«v. nilB stands; kiv. sionl Iwit wrilkig dask wfmat chair; Insns indud. 
handmade quitts. table ctoais. SIC.; mah. hal tafaia w/minor; csdar chsst; msoszins 
racks; two tsl iem stands; nk» tot of jennMsry inchid. isdias and gsms dten. rings, a 
lov. ladiaB dUwn. chjslsr. snd ssv. oAmtb w^gan s tons s in 14 kt sold goht sellings, 
gold ch4rin. etc.; the coin ool. is ntoe snd fssams V. M CanvHsn pspsr money. 
CmiwIwi silver pes. snd goM pes. oU Canadian glass daly brsMl plals; Walsfferd 
crysttf pes.; pr. dresdsn candto^hokton; Im. pr. lai amalhyst giaas vasss; ambertna 
glass pitehar; two China porcoiak) dols aa wsl as ths wk*sr dol carriags; mail. 

mah. bookcaaos; basu. hexagonal tal 

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modem furniture 
indud. ii\w.otk bedroom' set washer maple Wtcfien set uphol. chairs, etc.; offioe 
desk and just to many otier Interesting Hems. Even ttie tray tots have so many 
interesting items on thsm. As menttoned above this is only a portal lislbig snd youj 
can expect mwiy oawr ptooes inchjding s qiMlly partal apartmsnl tot whtoh we wt~ ' 
unable to view and 1st in *ne for this ad. If you hava qualV Mann you wish to const, 
to suctton or ssl outright piesss phons numbsra Istad bakiw. TMs audton ki a must 
so make plans now to view and spsnd the swonhig wtti us. | 

feAdmi8ston $2.00 psr psrson tor tils tovely sate. II you have quality Items J 
sen or have audionsd write or phone numbsrs Isted bekiw. Trucking £ 
irms: Cash, Approvsd Cheque or Mastercard - sale conducted by the profession-l 
Ms at: 

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sklsboanl; pratty mah. drum table; two fancy mah. bookcase s ; beau. I 
floor China cabkwtw/al gtoss skies snd undemaatfi storage; ant Vfc. 
wet. sofa wA