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Continued from page two... Bells Will Toll In Espanola
On November 11th

got one!” you want to put some music The ringing of the bells to mark Meanwhile, the Espanola Sea
“No, libido. Your sex drive.” on?” the 100th anniversary of the end Cadets and other volunteers
“Damn that busy body Mrs. “American Beauty or Anthem of the First World War will take joined members of the Royal
Miller. I’m only going to say of the Sun?” place in Espanola. Canadian Legion Branch #39
this once – the only thing “Good Lord! The Grateful An ecumenical service will for the launch of the Poppy
Randy the Postie gives me is Dead!?! be held at 7:00 pm followed Campaign.
the mail. Okay?” “Let me tell you, there was by the ringing of the bells 100 The Poppy Flag was officially
“Okay. Now at first you might nothing grateful about Jerry times at the Anglican Church on raised at the municipal town
get dizzy, so …” Garcia. After all I did for that Remembrance Day. office on Friday, October 26th.
“Honey, holding my breath man!” The Espanola Royal Canadian Poppies will be on sale
and standing up quickly so “You know Gran, I’m starting Legion Branch #39 is leading the throughout the town with funds
I almost pass out – that’s the to think this might not be the local initiative. raised going to local veterans
most fun I have these days. first time you tried marijuana.” On November 11th, at the going and their families and related
You gonna light that thing or “Well Dear, this is a very down of the sun, communities programs.
what?” special moment sharing an across Canada will emulate the LEST WE FORGET!
“Okay, but if you have errands experience with my favourite moment in 1918 when church Photo: The Anglican Church
to run, you probably shouldn’t granddaughter. And I assure bells across Europe tolled as four bells in Espanola will be rung
drive after you smoke up.” you, it’s my first doobie of the years of war came to an end. 100 times to mark the 100th
“I know what you mean, Dear. day.” Still with the story, the Legion anniversary of Armistice at the
If I have any more fender “Okay, so here goes … wait has also contacted all the schools setting of the sun on Sunday,
benders I’m going to have to – Gran, do you have a pair of for students to enter the annual November 11th. Logo from
get car insurance.” tweezers handy?” poster and poetry contests. Dominion Command
“Also, they say paranoia can “Tweezers are for amateurs, Last year, 89 students from the
be one of the side effects.” Dear. Here – use this roach local schools entered the contest
“Well, you know what they say clip and let’s get this party with some entries going on to
– just because you’re paranoid started!” district and zone competitions.
doesn’t mean there really isn’t For comments, ideas and This year is the 100th anniversary
somebody out there trying to copies of The Legend of of the Signing of The Armistice
getcha!” Zippy Chippy,go to that ended the First World War.
“Just before we do this, maybe Ceremonies are all set for Legions
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Phone 705-862-7000 [email protected] HALLOWEEN


Halloween Safety Tips
HAPPYHalloween safety: Tips for prevent possible skin and eye irritation. Don’t criss-cross back and forth across
Home •InAsuutroan•cBeusiness the street. Work your way up one side of
families the street, and then start on the other.
Phone: 705-524-3000 If your child is going out If you have any allergies, tell the person
Fax: 705-524-6793 without an adult: who is giving out the treats.
Make sure your child is in a group of at Don’t eat any of your treats before you
Toll Free: 1-866-524-3004 HALLOWEENHalloween can be a fun and exciting time get home. Once home, ask your parents
to look through your treats with you to
ONTARIO CANADA for kids. These safety tips for parents, make sure everything is okay.
children and homeowners will help keep For homeowners:
everyone safe and happy this Halloween. least 3 people. Turn on outdoor lights, and replace
Give them a flashlight. A cell phone is burnt-out bulbs.
For parents: also a good idea if you have one. Remove items from your yard or porch
Discuss in advance the route they that might trip a child.
Do not use masks. Masks make it hard should follow. Ask them to call you if they Sweep wet leaves from your steps and
for children to see what’s around them, plan to go on a street that isn’t on the driveway.
including cars. Try a hypoallergenic (less route. Use alternative to candles in your
likely to cause an allergic reaction), non- Set a curfew (and make sure they have a pumpkins, such as a flashlight or a
toxic make-up kit instead. watch with them). battery-operated candle.
Make or buy costumes in light-coloured Tell your children not to eat anything Remember that some children have food
material. until they get home. allergies. Consider giving treats other
Place strips of reflective tape on the than candy, such as stickers, erasers or
back and front of costumes, so that For children and youth: a yo-yo.
drivers can better see your child. Alternatives to traditional
Costumes should fit properly to prevent Carry a white bag or pillowcase for your trick-or-treating
trips and falls. Avoid items such as candy, and add some reflective tape. Local community centres sometimes
oversized shoes, high heels, long dresses Dress for the weather. Cold weather or offer Halloween night activities.
and long capes. water absorbent materials in the rain Local shopping centres often have trick-
Dress your child for the weather. Add can be very uncomfortable. or-treat nights for young children in a
layers if needed. Bring a cell phone, in case you need to more controlled environment.
Put your child’s name, address and make an emergency phone call. Plan a Halloween night at home with
phone number on his costume. Always travel in groups. Be sure there themed games and movies. Invite friends
Children under 10 should be are at least 3 of you at all times.
accompanied by an adult for trick or Let your parents know where you’re
treating.Bytheageof10,somechildren going to be at all times.
are ready to go trick-or-treating with a Don’t visit houses that are not well lit.
group of friends. Never go inside a stranger’s house.
Keep in mind that gum and hard candy Use the sidewalk whenever possible. If
canposeachokingriskforyoungchildren. there’s no sidewalk, walk on the side of
Remove make-up before bedtime to the road facing traffic.

Spooky Snack - Easy Ritz Cracker Spiders

A fun Halloween snack that your kids will love in their lunches or as a snack at home.

• Ritz Crackers
• Pretzel Sticks
• Peanut Butter, Cheese Whiz, Cream Cheese
(whichever your child prefers)
• Tiny tube of white icing
• Mini Chocolate Chips

Cut the pretzel sticks in half. Spread some peanut butter (or Cheese Whiz, cream cheese) onto the cracker. It
needs to be thick enough to hold the legs in place, so be generous with it. Arrange 4 pretzel stick halves, on each
side of the cracker, pushing them into the peanut butter to make the spiders legs. Spread a generous amount of
peanut butter on the other cracker and place it over top. On the top of the cracker, use the tube of icing to make
two dots and then gently push the pointy side of the mini chocolate chips into the icing to make the eyes.

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Fluffy Pumpkin Slime Halloween Jokes
Recipe For Kids
Q: What is a witch’s favorite Have fun and be sure
• 1/2 Cup Elmer’s White Glue subject in school? A: Spelling our ghouls and goblins
• Unscented Shaving Cream Q: What do Italian’s eat on have a safe Halloween.
• Orange Food Colouring Halloween? A: Fettucinni Afraid-o
• Contact Saline Solution Q: What did the mother ghost say MPP Algoma–Manitoulin
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Add 1/2 cup of Elmer’s white school glue and 4 cups of shaving cream to a poisons corn flakes? A: A cereal [email protected]
bowl. Mix well and slowly add in drops of orange food colouring, stirring well killer.
until you get the desired colour of orange you’d like. Optional: You can add in a Q: What do you call a witch’s
few drops of pumpkin scented oil after you mix in the food coloring. Next stir garage? A: A broom closet.
in 1/4 tsp of baking soda. Then add contact solution about 1 Tablespoon at Q: Why don’t mummies take
a time and mix. Keep adding a little more contact solution and mixing until vacations? A: They’re afraid they’ll
your slime begins forming into a ball-like form as you mix. You’ll notice this is relax and unwind.
when it starts to turn into slime and becomes less sticky. It will begin coming Q: What’s a ghosts favorite
off the sides of your container and sticking together. If your slime is still desert? A: Boo-berry pie.
sticky add some more saline solution by starting small and adding a little as
you go and continue to knead it. The slime will take on a fluffy marshmallowy Ten Halloween
consistency. Movies for Kids
When you’re finished you’ll want to store your slime in an air tight container.
Or have the kids create their own jack-o-lantern jars by cutting out the faces
from black construction paper and using some Elmer’s glue to glue their
faces to the mason jars. This is a fun family activity or perfect for Halloween

Monster Hand Craft 1. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie
Brown (1966)
•Green paper and construction paper
•Dried lentils 2. HalloweenisGrinchNight(1977)
•Craft foam (meat trays, construction paper) 3. E.T. (1982)
•Glue 4. Ghostbusters (1984)
•Paintbrushes (for gluing) 5. Bettlejuice (1988)
6. The Addams Family (1991)
Trace upper arm and hand onto green paper, cut arm out and then glue onto 7. The Nightmare Before
a bigger piece of construction paper. Cut out fingernails from craft foam
(or meat trays, construction paper). Glue the fingernails onto the monster Christmas (1993)
hand. Then have the kids use a variety of dried lentils to decorate their 8. Casper (1995)
monster’s arms and hands with “warts”. 9. James and the Giant Peach

10. Halloweentown ( 1998)

Halloween Maze

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Election 2018

By Rosalind Russell - Women School board trustees elected Community Living Espanola’s 10th Annual Fall Harvest Luncheon
dominate across North Shore in local area - Tuesday, October 30 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian
in elections Plenty of incumbents are Legion, Espanola. Tickets at 345 Centre Street, or by calling 869-3131
There are plenty of women returning to their respective or at the door.
voices on councils in Espanola school boards. Massey Area Museum 23rd Annual Christmas Craft Sale - Saturday,
and across the North Shore. Manitoulin Island’s newest November 3rd from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Massey Arena. For
Jill Beer is Espanola’s new trustee will be sworn into more information call 705-865-2266
mayor, joined by incumbents office with the Rainbow Massey Inter Church Council - is inviting all to join in our Peace
Heather Mallot, Ray Dufour, District School Board. Lantern Ceremony at the Legion in Massey at 6:00 p.m. on November 11
Bill Foster and Ken Duplessis. Margaret Stringer has been Immaculate Conception Church Tea/Bazaar - Saturday, November
Also at the council table will be elected to represent Manitoulin 17, from 11:30 - 2:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s School, Massey.
newcomers Sandra Hayden and Island, and Robert Clement Walford Christmas Bazaar - now accepting donations for - penny sale,
Maureen Van Alstine. was re-elected to another term silent auction and gently-used table for bazaar Nov. 24. Drop off at 36
Long-time Baldwin Township to represent the Espanola and Walford Rd. Walford between 1 and 5 or call 705-844-2364 for pickup.
councillor, Tex MacDonald is North Shore corridor. Lumbago Hockey - Looking for hockey players. Age 30 and over.
out, losing to newcomer, Joanne Marie Murphy-Forin has been You can play one or two nights per week. For more information contact
Boucher, who came in with elected for another term with [email protected]
enough votes to be named deputy the Algoma School Board. Free Community Luncheons – Every second and fourth Tuesday at
mayor working with acclaimed In the Huron Superior the Lighthouse, Espanola (across from the Royal Bank). EVERYONE
Mayor Vern Gorham. Catholic School Board, both WELCOME.
David Fairbairn, Ray Maltais and incumbents, Lindsay Liske Need rides to medical appointments? - VON’s Transportation Program
Bert McDowell will round council. and Kathleen Rosilius were offers rides to medical appointments, even to Sudbury. Call Espanola
The Town of Spanish will also re-elected for another term. VON at 705-869-3304.
see a woman lead over the next Gabriel Tremblay will Free Indoor Pickle Ball - Mondays 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. & Saturdays 9:00
four years. represent the Espanola a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Espanola High School Gym. Begins Saturday,
Jocelyne Bishop took out and North Shore corridor November 3. Contact Mike 705-662-5859 or Greg 705-863-2684
incumbent Ted Clague. communities on the Conseil
She will be joined by four scolaire catholique du Nouvel- Do you have a NOTE for the Community?
councilors, all women: new deputy Ontario.
mayor, Karen Von Pickartz, as well Suzanne Nolan was acclaimed We invite not-for-profit organizations to submit information on
as Debra Joncas, Sandra Trudel for the Conseil scolaire public their upcoming events in writing no later than
and Mary-Louise Zarichney. du Grand Nord de l’Ontario. Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. 25 Word Limit.
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for a quick supper before
trick or treating.

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• 3 English muffins Daylight Savings Time
• 3 tbsp. pizza sauce Sunday, ENNoDveSmonber 4th...
• 6 oz Mozzarella cheese cut into thin strips
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Special thanks to:

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MARILYN WITTMANN - Located at FOR SALE Elliot. Survived by his sister in law Jessie Bell
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patients welcome. Acupuncture available. furnace with oil tank still hooked up a great memory for his students and enjoyed
Visit for services, and running till November. Best offer. reading very much. Terry was a member of
rates, and hours, or call 705-988-3737. 705-869-6329. 11/6 the Espanola Little Theatre with many great memories to share. A
12/4 - R FOR SALE – Limited dry wood for graveside committal service in the Espanola Cemetery celebrating
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SERVICES: Plowing, carpentry, 11/6 Espanola Royal Canadian Legion, Espanola (370 Annette St).
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Espanola. Located behind the car wash. to Gary. 10/30 on October 20, 2018 in his 87th year.
Call 705-869-8405. 11/20 - R Long time partner and companion to
HELP WANTED - Looking for caring, Kathy of 28 years. Predeceased by
HANDYMAN - ODD JOBS dependable person to provide part-time his parents Ira & Essie (Shaw)
COLOMBUS. I do flooring, painting, respite care for teenage girl with complex Cavanagh of Kinburn, Ottawa
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THE RITCHIES ARE AT IT AGAIN! references to [email protected] with
Get your firewood cut, split, delivered. RESUME in subject line or mail to Box Chelmsford, Erin Weatherby (Todd) of
Hardwood maple. More info, call Mina at 12, Massey, P0P 1P0. 11/6 Spanish.
705-865-3017. 10/30. Predeceased by daughter Kallie Joe, sons Marnie and Davey.
Help Wanted David was raised on a beef and fox farm in Ottawa Valley where
NOTICE he learned his horsemanship skills from his father. As a teen
Individual must be well organized, David worked in the oil fields out west and then worked in Elliot
CHERYL’S MASSAGE THERAPY willing to learn new skills, able to Lake during the boom. David became a licensed welder and
& ACUPUNCTURE – NEW lift 50lbs. ironworker and held a ticket as a hoisting engineer tower crane
LOCATION as of April 9th. 363 Starting at 24 -30 hrs per week operator. He owned and operated his business Local Mechanical
John St. Espanola. To make an between Monday - Friday, may lead Erectors for many years. In the 1970’s David helped with the
appointment call 705-863-3223. to full time. Please send resume to engineering and capping of one of the superstacks by helicopter in
[email protected] 12/4 R [email protected] Sudbury. He also ran chariot horse races at his farm north of
Spanish on Crab Lake. He was president of the Nickel District
MEETINGS Horse Association and also the North Shore Horse Club. He will
be remembered for his horsemanship skills at the local horse pulls
Massey Agricultural Society monthly where he often won best teamster of the day. A memorial service
meetings - 3rd Thursday of the month. celebrating David’s life at the Bourcier Funeral Home, Espanola
Held at Massey Firehall @ 7pm. on Friday November 2, 2018 from 1-3 PM. In lieu of flowers,
(Next meeting is November 15th) donations to the Espanola Nursing Home would be appreciated.
We welcome the public’s attendance. Arrangements by BOURCIER FUNERAL HOME, Espanola.
PaperWorks, 85 Centre Street, 705-869-6883
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S.D. 2001, C.25
Liberty Tax Service Inc. is currently looking to hire a motivated Income Tax Preparer for RR.0.1990, Reg. 824
our o ce located in Espanola, Ontario.
We are a growing organization with lots of opportunities for continued development. FORM 6
If you want to join a team that is focused on being friendly, attentive, and SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
knowledgeable advocates for our clients, apply now !!
Applicants should submit resume, and cover letter via e-mail to [email protected] THE TOWNSHIP OF SABLES-SPANISH RIVERS

Job Pos�ng Take notice that tenders are invited for the purchase of the
land(s) described below and will be received until 3:00 pm
A la recherche d’une personne sensible, très mo�vé et
capable de travailler avec des enfants à notre garderie Centre local time on November 27, 2018, at the municipal office,
de la pe�te enfance d’Espanola. 11 Birch Lake Road, Massey, Ontario P0P 1P0.

Educatrice/Educateur de la pe�te enfance inscrit The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day
Temps plein
at 3:15 pm local time, at the municipal office, 11 Birch
35 heures semaine Lake Road, Massey, Ontario.
Salaire $17.22 - $19.42
Exigences et conditions de travail: DESCRIPTION OF LAND(S):
• Inscrip�on à l’Ordre des éducatrices et éducateurs de la
pe�te enfance; File No.: 97,236 (ID SSR-17-01)
• Degré appreciable d’ini�a�ve, de jugement, Roll No.: 000-003-17100-0000
d’organisa�on et de planifica�on et excellentes rela�ons PIN: 73422-0078 (LT)
interpersonnelles; Property: SALTER SECTION 32, PCL 4880,
• Maîtrise du français et de l’anglais parlés et écrits; WAHSESEE LAKE,
• Détenir une verifica�on nega�ve des antécédents SABLES-SPANISH RIVERS
judiciaires-clientèle vulnerable;
• Choisir une variété de materiel et d’équipement propres à MINIMUM TENDER AMOUNT: $ 7,777.81
developer la motricité fine et globale et veiller à ce que
ceux-ci soit accessibles aux enfants; Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must
• Créer un environnement propice à l’explora�on de be accompanied by a deposit in the form of a money order
l’univers des enfants et leur capacité de résoudre des or of a bank draft or cheque certified by a bank or trust
problèmes, l’appren�ssage et la capacité de corporation payable to the municipality (or board) and
communica�on des enfants; representing at least Twenty per cent (20%) of the tender
• S’assurer que les ac�vités et leur mise en applica�on amount.
répondent aux norms de la Loi de 2014 sur la garde
d’enfants et la pe�te enfance; Except as follows, the municipality makes no
• Connaître et metre en pra�que Comment Aprend-On?, la representation regarding the title to or any other matters
Pédagogie de l’Ontario sur la pe�te enfance; relating to the land(s) to be sold. Responsibility for
• Respecter le Code éthique de la profession et metre en ascertaining these matters rests with the potential
pra�que les comportements professionnels prescrits. purchasers.
Les personnes intéressées sont priées de faire parvenir une
le�er de demande et leur curriculum vitae, à l’adresse This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001, and the
ci-dessus avan 16 h, le 9 Novembre 2018. Tout en vous Municipal Tax Sales Rules made under that Act. The
remerciant de votre intérêt, nous tenons à préciser qu nous successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount
ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats et candidates tendered plus accumulated taxes and the relevant land
retenus aux fins d’entrevus. transfer tax.
All Star Children Services Inc.
Brigi�e Drouin, Directrice générale The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant
Fax: 705-848-4993 or Email [email protected] possession to the successful purchaser.

PaperWorks, 85 Centre Street, 705-869-6883 For further information regarding this sale and a copy
of the prescribed form of tender contact:

Title Name of Municipality or Board:
Patricia Deline, Township of
Treasurer Sables-Spanish Rivers

Address of Municipality Phone No. of
or Board: Municipality or Board:

11 Birch Lake Road, 705-865-2646
Massey, Ontario POP 1PO

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Espanola Police Arbitration Settlement OPP Meet With Espanola High School
By Rosalind Russell - An awarded a 1.7% increase in
arbitrator has settled the contract wages for 2017 and 2018 and
and severance packages for letters of employment must be
former members of the Espanola provided to all members.
Police Service Association. Association president, Ed Stortz,
Espanola Police Service Board says only four officers have been
Chair, Mary-Lou Mick, says the hired by the OPP.
arbitrator has ordered the board He adds civilian employees are
to increase the severance from entitled to six weeks severance
four weeks to five weeks for for each year of service.
every year of service by a former He had no other comments to
member of the service who have make in regards to the arbitration
not been hired by the Ontario process.
Provincial Police. OPP took over policing in
She adds the arbitrator also Espanola on October 11th.

CLARIFICATION: CONTACT NUMBERS FOR The Espanola OPP introduced The BBQ was also sponsored
ESPANOLA PUBLIC WORKS, ESPANOLA HYDRO AND themselves to Espanola High by Giant Tiger, Winkles
OPP: School students. YIG, and Espanola Home
OPP or 911 should not be contacted for Espanola Public Works Several OPP officers with Hardware.
or Espanola Hydro for after hour emergencies. the Espanola-Manitoulin They also had a bake sale with
The after-hours call out service for Espanola Public Works was detachment hosted a barbecue all proceeds going towards the
contracted out to Northern Communications. last Friday as a way of meeting United Way.
The number to call is 705-222-7932. with the students.
The emergency number to call for service for Espanola Hydro The Ontario Provincial Police Visit our website to see more
was also contracted out to Northern Communications. officially took over policing photos.
The number to call is 705-222-9348. in Espanola on Thursday, Photos provided by Espanola-
Around&About had initially been provided with incorrect October 11th. Manitoulin OPP
And, Espanola OPP are asking anyone who wants to make a Santa Claus Parade!
report to call 1-888-310-1122. 9-1-1 is always available for
for emergencies and the detachment phone number for general
inquiries is 705-869-1211.

Espanola Therapeutic Park To Be
Constructed In 2019

Espanola’s Therapeutic Park structures. Sat, Nov 24th,
for the long-term care wing All the drawings have now @ 7:00 pm
of the Espanola Regional been submitted for a building
Hospital and Health Centre permit and the plan is to line up
will be built in the Spring of the contractors and purchase
2019. supplies over the winter.
Foundation coordinator, Terri Noble adds construction will
Noble, says they had a few begin in early Spring 2019 and
setbacks over the summer due it will take four to six weeks to
to wait times for an electrical complete the project.
engineer to provide electrical Visit our website to view
specs. the drawings featuring the
She adds they also needed Espanola Therapeutic Park,
engineering plans for the which will be constructed in
gazebos and other building the Spring of next year.

WINTER TIRE SALE!! Promote your business or organization
by registering your float!
Registration forms available at

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