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Published by Around&About, 2018-10-23 09:18:44

Around & About October 23, 2018 Issue 43, Vol 22


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Jason Cowles What Ever Happened To The “Ex-Lax Bandit”?

Serving Certified Technician There are certain news items you read this earth, I’m sure Barry thought long
Espanola & Area 770055--856833--33303420 about and, no matter how much time has and hard about getting up early every
Business passed, they still stick with you like … morning and going to work with cramps
Mobile like fecal matter to that Colon Cancer to a $15 an hour job. Kinda like a badly
poop test form. It’s been 23 years since constipated D. B. Cooper.
Sales & Service Barry Lyn Stoller, a drywaller from An agonizing decision that, to give up all
Seattle got himself all stopped up. So he the glitz and glamour the industry of wall
RON RIVET purchased a packet of Ex-Lax for $1.99 building had to offer, to become a man
which did not work for him. Annoyed on the run. (Remember, this all started
CLEANING SERVICES and a bit bloated, he sent a letter off to when Barry wished he’d had ‘the runs’!)
25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE New Jersey’s Sandoz Pharmaceutical Trying to minimize their embarrassment,
demanding his money back. It was Sandoz hired a private detective to track
• Carpet & Upholstery • Tile & Grout hardly the type of message that would down Stoller and, when that failed, they
Cleaning Cleaning launch a manhunt: “Dear Ex-Lax, I took called in the police.
the pills at bedtime, but it did not have The police had no clue as to Stoller’s 705-862-1914 any effect at 8 am morning or 8 pm that whereabouts claiming that, since so
day. I would appreciate the refund of much time had passed, the man could
Tune into Local Channel 10 or come on out to $1.99.” be on any incontinent … sorry, on any
the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. Rather than sending an employee (the continent in the world.
one the boss liked the least!) to Barry’s Kent detectives claimed more time was
Crown Realty (1989) inc., Brokerage house to verify his claim, Sandoz simply lost because Sandoz’s laboratory could
Independently owned and operated cut him a cheque and put it in the mail. not produce an analysis of the suspect’s
The pharmaceutical company’s new and handwriting or even a verification of his
[email protected] 114 Mead Street, Unit 2 highly-advanced accounting system sent identity. And, of course, a stool sample Espanola, Ontario P5E 1S5 the 38 year old a cheque for $98,002.00. was out of the question.
Stoller’s Washington zip code was With little to go on, Washington State
Cell: (705) 862-4188 Bus: (705) 869-4230 98002. and local police were on the lookout for
Fax: (705) 869-6299 This serious irregularity, sorry, was a man who was probably not armed but
not immediately discovered by Sandoz definitely irritable. Still police warned
New Clients Always Welcome Pharmaceuticals. Stoller had deposited the public not to approach the suspect
the $ 98,002 check in his bank and then should he be spotted and whatever you
Formerly waited eight days before he took it out do, don’t punch him in the stomach.
in cash, removed $16,000 of his own My own theory is that the “Ex-Lax
savings, closed his account and left town Bandit” immediately fled to Tijuana,
quietly and quickly. Mexico where he solved his medical
Before he disappeared off the face of
Continued on page three...

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Police Unsuccessful In Finding A Suspect

Thursday 12-9 WING NIGHT 8 wings $8.75 The Espanola OPP took over not looking for a missing person
12 wings $12.75 policing in Espanola on Thursday and the Espanola search had
Friday 12-9 10 oz PICKERAL night and were in action by early no connection with the one on
Saturday 12-9 Chicken Parmesan Friday morning looking for a Manitoulin Island for a missing
Sunday 12-8 8 Wings & Caesar Salad robbery suspect. teen.
However, the Espanola OPP With the assistance of the OPP
Whitefish Falls 705-285-7474 canine unit and special officers Emergency Response Team and
were unsuccessful in finding a the OPP Canine Unit, officers
Continued from page two... suspect. made attempts to locate the
Officers from the Espanola suspect, but no individuals were
problem by eating and drinking guy who blew $114,000 in detachment responded to a theft in found.
in local establishments. Hey, progress at a business on Panache The damage to the building and
it works for me every time I Lake Road in Espanola on Friday theft are estimated to be over
go to Mexico! Gracias a Dios October 12th at around 8:00am. $5,000.
por Montezuma! OPP Constable Peter Crouse Access to Penage Lake Road was
Although Berry Lyn Stoller says they did not want people re-opened Friday night.
did not make the top ten on walking their dogs or hunting in OPP are asking that any person
the FBI’s Most Wanted List, the immediate local area while with information to call OPP
law enforcement authorities the search for the suspect was or Crimestoppers and the
in that county did refer to him going on. He adds, they were investigation is continuing.
as “Number Two”.
I always wondered what ever three years and now can’t
happened to the guy who
became known as the “Ex- come up with cigarette money. OPP Police Briefs
Lax Bandit”. Until yesterday
when my friend Dave Latham No matter what the financial EXCESSIVE SPEED RESULTS IN SEVEN DAY IMPOUND -
in L.A. sent me the answer in (ESPANOLA, ON) - On Thursday, October 11, 2018, an officer from the
an e-mail. Several years after settlement, Sandoz still Manitoulin-Espanola Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)
the inciting incident in which was conducting traffic enforcement on Highway 17 in Sables Spanish-
Barry missed a movement owes him that $1.99 refund. Rivers Township, Ontario.
but hit the jackpot, he was
arrested for attempting to Sandoz Pharmaceutical were At approximately 11:21 p.m., the officer observed a traffic violation and
steal two packs of cigarettes conducted a stop. As a result of the investigation Jeffrey GUITARD, age 36
from a grocery store in south not charged with committing from Sudbury, Ontario has been charged with:
King County, Washington. • Race a Motor Vehicle - Excessive Speed, contrary to section 172(1) of the
County police who made the Corporate America’s Highway Traffic Act.
arrest said he looked “scruffy,
as if he’d been living on the “Biggest Bonehead Brain The accused’s driver’s licence has been suspended and the vehicle
street”. impounded for a period of seven days. He is scheduled to appear before the
Once his name popped up Fart of the Century.” Ontario Court of Justice in Espanola, Ontario on November 29, 2018.
on the computer, he was Manitoulin-Espanola OPP would like to remind drivers that excessive
identified as the “Ex-Lax Barry Lyn Stoller, before he speed is one of the most serious and reckless forms of aggressive driving,
Bandit” and held on $50,000 and it puts everyone on the road at serious risk of injury or death.
bond. He was also fed only became constipated, was a
soft foods in jail to reduce his DRIVER CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED BY DRUG - (ESPANOLA,
chances of becoming a repeat man with no criminal record ON) - On Saturday, October 6, 2018, officers from the Manitoulin-Espanola
offender. Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police were conducting Reduce
Prosecutors accused him of who lived alone and minded Impaired Driving Everywhere (R.I.D.E.) checks at Lee Valley Road and
“appropriating mis-delivered Government Road in Sables-Spanish Rivers Township, Ontario.
property” and Stoller faced a his own business. Remember At approximately 10:54 p.m., officers checked a passenger vehicle and
standard jail sentence of three observed the female driver exhibit signs of impairment. As a result of the
months and restitution. Good this the next time you want investigation, Mitz TOULOUSE, age 43 from Sagamok Anishnawbek First
luck getting $98,002 out of a Nation, Ontario has been charged with:
to loosen up those bowels – • Driving While Under Suspension, contrary to section 53(1) of the
Highway Traffic Act; and with
Ex-Lax might do the trick or • Driving While Ability Impaired - Motor Vehicle (Drug), contrary to
section 253(1)(a) of the Criminal Code.
it could also ruin your life! The accused is scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in
Espanola, Ontario on December 3, 2018.
They should put that warning The Manitoulin-Espanola OPP would like to remind the public that a charge
of impairment by drugs involves all drugs, be it prescription, over-the-
on the package. counter and those that are illegal. Should you observe a suspected impaired
driver, please dial 911 or contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-
Now 61 years of age, Stoller 310-1122.

eventually plead guilty to

everything and was back

on the street within a few

months. He claims his release

was a real load off … nope,

sorry, according to my editor

I am officially over the limit

of tasteless, scatological

jokes in this column.

I’m certain it was Barry Lyn

Stoller who inspired the joke:

“Why are men like laxatives? Moose
Because they irritate the crap
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Espanola Police Service Gone - Espanola
OPP Renovations Underway

The sign marking the site of place. Staff Sargeant Kevin HOME GAME!!
the Espanola Police Service Webb left the detachment in
has been taken down and the early October to oversee the Friday, October 26, 7:30 pm
OPP are not wasting time in Sudbury Detachment, so a
renovating the downtown new detachment commander Continued from front page...
building. has been put in place. The
On Thursday night, at six p.m. new Acting Operations Cannabis Now Legal – Councils Have Some
October 11th, the Espanola Manager is Acting Staff Time To Make A Decision
Police Service ceased to exist. Sgt. Wayne Minnear and
The sign was removed within Inspector Baldassare Nuccio “council had some discussions decision to accept or opt out by
minutes and OPP transition is the current Detachment on it, but when Ford changed
staff was handed over the Commander. the model, the discussion January. I am all for boosting the
keys to begin the renovation Anyone needing assistance ended.”
process, since the station will can either go to the detachment She adds it will be one of the economy in our municipality by
become a satellite office for on Highway 17, call 705-869- high priority items for the new
the Espanola OPP. 1211 or 911 in an emergency. council to deal with. any legal resources.”
The facility will undergo Still with the story, arbitration Meanwhile, Glenda Massicotte of
renovations between October is underway and as of press the Township of Sables-Spanish Local area councils had
11th and November 9th and is time, there was no release Rivers says, “Municipalities
closed for that period of time. as to what arbitration entails need to hear from rate payers preliminary discussions,
Under the transition for the former staff of the regarding this. Council is
agreement, Espanola taxpayers now defunct Espanola Police responsible for making the but since the government
will pay for the renovations, Service. And, there is still no
not only on Centre Street, but confirmation as to the former has changed the model to
also at the main detachment in EPS officers who are being
McKerrow. transferred to the new OPP. favouring private store sales,
Staff has also been put into
municipalities will now decide

whether storefronts will

be established in their own


Rainbow District School Board Adopts
Mental Health Strategic Plan

“Mental health and well-being
Be cannabis wise are fundamental to student
achievement,” said Rainbow
Are you cannabis wise? District School Board Chair
Doreen Dewar. “We have made
If you have questions about strides in increasing awareness,
the health effects, laws, and Rainbow District School Board reducing the stigma, and building
regulations, and ways to adopted its first Mental Health a supportive culture. The Mental
lower your risks, please Strategic Plan. Health Strategic Plan will ensure
contact us at: The plan, which was carried that we continue to be responsive
unanimously, will guide the and progressive.”
705.522.9200, ext. 235 board’s work over the next three “According to Public Health
(1.866.522.9200) years. Ontario, the impact of mental It aligns with the Board’s health, mental illness and
@PublicHealthSD Strategic Directions, creating addictions in Ontario on life
a learning environment where expectancy, quality of life, and
young people become strong health care utilization is more
and healthy individuals, without than 1.5 times that of all cancers
discrimination. and more than seven times that
In presenting the plan, Mental of all infectious diseases,” Jago
Health Lead Mary Jago shared added. “We need to stem the tide
some statistics; as many as one by creating the organizational
in five children and youth in conditions required to
Ontario experience some form successfully communicate
of mental health problem at any and deliver evidence-based
given time. programs that promote resiliency
Fewer than one in six receive the and wellness.”
specialized treatment services To learn more about the Rainbow
they require. District School Board’s Mental
Suicide accounts for 24 per Health Strategic Plan, visit
cent of all deaths among young

Around&About October 23, 2018 Page 4

Have A Coffee With A Firefighter

As part of Fire Prevention The Have A Coffee With A Through the annual campaign, smoke alarms. Know that you
Week, October 8th to 12th, Firefighter Day campaign the association aims to raise may have only minutes to get
volunteers and staff from was held on Friday October awareness of “three basic, out if a fire breaks out.
the Espanola and Sables- 12th to increase awareness but essential steps to take LEARN two ways out of each
Spanish Rivers Township fire of the Look, Listen, Learn to reduce the likelihood of room of your home. Exits
departments were on hand at campaign in dealing with fire. having a fire.” should be easy to access and
McDonald’s in Espanola. The National Fire Protection Those steps are: free of clutter. After leaving
The firefighters talked Association announced the LOOK for possible fire the home, go to your family’s
to customers about the theme for the Fire Prevention hazards in your home and designated meeting spot,
importance of fire safety, Week 2018 campaign: Look. eliminate them. established when you set up a
especially with the onset of Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire LISTEN for your home’s home fire escape plan.
winter. can happen anywhere.

Recipe Photo: Members of the Espanola and Sables-Spanish Rivers Volunteer
Fire Departments met with customers to promote the new 2018 Fire
This recipe comes from Prevention Campaign. Photo by Rosalind Russell
our favourite office baker’s
great- great aunt. We
enjoyed them at work last
week slathered with butter
and homemade jam. The
secret to tender scones is to not handle the dough too much
or overwork it. Keep it quick and simple. They are melt in
your mouth delicious, and are perfect served with a hot cup
of coffee or tea. I can’t wait to serve them for breakfast next
time I have overnight guests.

Raisin Sugar Scones

• 2 ½ cups of flour FLU VACCINE
• ¾ cup white sugar
• ½ tsp salt we’ve got you
• 4 tsp baking powder
• 2/3 cup shortening or butter (Doreen uses butter) COVERED
• 1 cup of raisins ( soaked in warm water for 15 minutes)
• 1 egg lightly beaten- with enough milk to make 1 cup
• Sugar for sprinkling

Sift dry ingredients together, cut in shortening or butter
until fine and crumbly. Drain the water from the raisins
and add to the dry ingredients. Stir in the egg/milk mixture
with a fork until the dry ingredients are moistened. Turn
mixture onto a floured surface and pat to ½ inch thick. Cut
into diamond shapes or use a round cookie cutter. Place
scones on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Sprinkle lightly
with white sugar. Bake at 425 degrees in oven for 12-15
minutes. Serve warm or cold. May be reheated for later

The One Tot Stop Day Care,A.B.Ellis Site Public Health Sudbury & Districts
has Infant and Toddler spaces available. Espanola Office - 800 Centre Street
For more information, please November 1 & 8, 2018
9:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
call Devina at 705-869-3282 Drop-ins welcome
or email [email protected] Around&About October 23, 2018 Page 5

Massey: 705-865-3281 • Espanola: 705-869-3282
Email: [email protected] •

705-869-6883LPSRPoerepasraesytlcoei&EanrsslaFtOlao•stucTe•cnhad•VaseniR•ohkenIicntYelteoamsulss••FNoSoretSricvaeilceseHsiBgehsetsRt CatiercsuIlnatTioonwn&! HELP WANTED

Looking for caring, dependable person to provide part-time respite
care for teenage girl with complex medical issues in her home. Must
be available for a variety of shifts, including weekends. All training
provided. Must be willing to provide CPIC if hired. If interested,
please email resume with references to [email protected] with
RESUME in subject line or mail to Box 12, Massey, P0P 1P0. 11/6


CHIROPRACTOR - DR. DARIO FOR RENT - 1 bedroom Dust off your dance shoes. Boogie Mountain is having a Halloween
LAURENTI, D.C. 27 years’ apartment. Main floor; private costume concert/party for adults on October 27 at the ski chalet.
experience. Instrument, Manual, entrance. 2-123 Tudhope St Cost is $20/person. We will have a DJ and the main feature is Alan
Cranial Adjusting, Acupuncture, Espanola. Rent $650.00 plus Gerber. Alan is very entertaining and a talented blues and rock
Orthotics. Call 705-869-2737. All hydro. Available November 1. Call musician. Originally from Chicago. Alan has played with lots of
Insurances accepted. 11/20 705-869-0514. 11/06 the greats. It is an LCBO event and it will be tons of fun. For
more information call Tom at 819-217-9351 or email him at GM@
Pellets in stock now. 416 Lee Valley Comfortable room in Espanola in a
warm, bright home. Good location. OBITUARIES
Rd, Massey. 705-865-9996. 10/23 Mature woman or student. $600 a
month. 705-869-5805. 11/06 BELL, Terry Randall of Espanola passed
REGISTERED SCHOOL away at the Espanola Regional Hospital
FOR RENT – 3 bedroom house on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at the
PSYCHOLOGIST – for K-12, in Espanola. No pets, no smoking. age of 72 years. Beloved son of the late
One floor. References. Security Peter & Sarah (nee Bailey) Bell. Loving
College/University, to all ages. deposit. $950.00 / month plus brother of Roger (wife Marjorie) of
heat/hydro. First/last months rent Espanola and the late Ervin Bell, Floyd
Assessing Asperger’s, ADHD, or required. Call 705-869-1219, leave Bell & Daisy Elliott. Numerous nieces and
message. Available Nov 1. 10/30 nephews also survive. Terry was a
other learning problems. Over 20 member of the Espanola Little Theatre.
He was a school teacher of 30 years. He
years’ experience. Competitive/ also enjoyed reading and had a great
memory for his students. A graveside
flexible rate and hours. Will travel. Committal Service will be held on Saturday, October 27th at 11:00 the Espanola Cemetery with Beverley Van Der Jagt officiating.
Prompt turn around. Dr. Ryan Kneer. Arrangements by Bourcier Funeral Home Ltd., Espanola

705-869-8588. 11/13 BIENIEK, Helen of Espanola
passed away at the Espanola
PHYSIOTHERAPY OFFERED FOR RENT - One bedroom + one Nursing Home, Espanola on
BY MARILYN WITTMANN ground floor apartment available Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at the age
- Located at Physio Moves in the on Second Street in Espanola. of 90 years. Beloved wife of the
Espanola Hospital. Accepting new $950 per month hydro included. late James Bieniek Sr. (1982).
patients. WSIB and MVA patients First and last required. Call 705- Loving mother of James Jr. of
welcome. Acupuncture available. 869-7557 or 705-869-2443. 10/23 McKerrow & Cathy Champagne
Visit for (husband Mac) of Calgary, Alberta.
services, rates, and hours, or call 705- FOR SALE Will be sadly missed by 3
grandchildren. Dear sister of the
988-3737. 12/4 - R FOR SALE – Wood, oil late Charles Hulcio. In respecting
the family wishes cremation has
TOTAL MAINTENANCE combination furnace with oil tank taken place. Interment of ashes in the Espanola Cemetery at a later
still hooked up and running till date. Arrangements by Bourcier Funeral Home Ltd. Espanola
SERVICES: Plowing, carpentry, November. Best offer. 705-869-
6329. 11/6
painting, steel & shingle roofing, tree

cutting, decks, landscape construction,

yard maintenance, dump runs. 705- FOR SALE - Estate Home For
936-6160 11/6 - R Sale. Call for viewing. 705-920-


Cut/wrap and sausage- 416 Lee Valley FOR SALE – Limited dry wood
Road Massey 705-865-9996 or 705- for kindling/backyard fire. Also
865-1886 10/23
table & chairs. Call Greg 705-

ESPANOLA SELF STORAGE – 822-4734. 11/6

6x8 and 8x10 Storage units available MEETINGS THANK YOU HELP WANTED
in Espanola. Located behind the car
wash. Call 705-869-8405. 11/20 - R Massey Agricultural Society
monthly meetings - 3rd Thursday

HANDYMAN - ODD JOBS of the month. Held at Massey Thank You Help Wanted
COLOMBUS. I do flooring, Firehall @ 7pm. (Next meeting is
painting, mudding, drywall, trim, November 15th) We welcome the To all who supported me Individual must be well organized,
public’s attendance. 04/23 during this election and willing to learn new skills, able to
install doors and frames, build head helped in any way! lift 50lbs.
Starting at 24 -30 hrs per week
boards and bed frames and much NOTICE Many anks between Monday - Friday, may lead me Stephane Coulombe Merci Beaucoup to full time. Please send resume to
Chi-Miigwetch [email protected]
705 863 3434. 10/30 - R CHERYL’S MASSAGE
Maureen Van Alstine


AGAIN! Get your firewood cut, split, 9th. 363 John St. Espanola. To

delivered. Hardwood maple. More make an appointment call 705-863-

info, call Mina at 705-865-3017. 3223. cherylsmassage7@gmail.

10/30. com 12/4 R

Around&About October 23, 2018 Page 6 PaperWorks, 85 Centre Street, 705-869-6883

THANK YOU The Espanola Helping Hand Food Bank - will be hosting
the meat roll-offs at the Espanola Legion on Oct. 20 and
Thank You Oct 27. The fun starts at 3:30 and everyone is welcome.

To our children James Wesley and Anne Marie for the surprise Northshore Pins & Needles Quilting & Stitchery Guild
50th wedding anniversary supper and dance at the Elk's Hall on - Next meeting, Wednesday, October 24 at 7:00 p.m. at the
Friday October 12. Espanola Royal Canadian Legion. New members welcome.
A special thanks to Sue, Kim and May for the delicious meal.
To all our family and friends who a ended and to those who Spanish River Snowmobile Club – Next meeting is
sent cards; gi s; and best wishes. Thursday, October 25, 7:30 p.m. at the Royal Canadian
Legion-Spanish. Everyone Welcome.
Harry & Maureen Van Alstine
Fall Harvest Gathering – Massey Legion on Saturday,
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYIES October 27 at 1:00 p.m. Sponsored By Lee Valley Autumn
Espanola Area Friendship Circle Alzheimer Support
Liberty Tax Service Inc. is currently looking to hire a motivated Income Tax Preparer for Group – Monday, October 29, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. at the
our o ce located in Espanola, Ontario. Senior’s Drop in Centre. For more information, call 705-
We are a growing organization with lots of opportunities for continued development. 869-1137.
If you want to join a team that is focused on being friendly, attentive, and
knowledgeable advocates for our clients, apply now !! Community Living Espanola’s 10th Annual Fall
Applicants should submit resume, and cover letter via e-mail to [email protected] Harvest Luncheon - Tuesday, October 30 from 11:00
a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, Espanola.
Employment Opportunity Tickets at 345 Centre Street, or by calling 869-3131 or at
the door.
Our Children, Our Future is a non-pro t agency that works with children and families is seeking
an experienced and dynamic individual who will work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary Massey Area Museum 23rd Annual Christmas Craft
team in our LaCloche EarlyON Child & Family Center.We have an immediate need for: Sale - Saturday, November 3rd from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00
Family Resource Worker p.m. at the Massey Arena. For more information call 705-
Temporary, 35 hours/per week 865-2266
Maternity Leave Position - Salary: $22 per hour
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible Walford Christmas Bazaar - now accepting donations
For a complete description of this position, please visit our website at: http://o- for - penny sale, silent auction and gently-used table for bazaar Nov. 24. Drop off at 36 Walford Rd. Walford
NPleoavseesmubbmeitryo0u9r ctohv,er2le0t1te8r a.nd resume by between 1 and 5 or call 705-844-2364 for pickup.
Attention: Stephanie Brazeau
Fax: 705-673-3354 or Free Community Luncheons – Every second and fourth
Email: [email protected] Tuesday at the Lighthouse, Espanola (across from the
Canadian Mental Health Association,
Sudbury-Manitoulin is hiring: Need rides to medical appointments? - VON’s
Transportation Program offers rides to medical
Rehabilitation Practitioner / Justice Case Manager, appointments, even to Sudbury. Call Espanola VON at
Little Current 705-869-3304.
Full-Time – 35 hours per week
Deadline for accepting applications is Friday, Free Indoor Pickle Ball - Mondays 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. &
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