4 - November 5, 2010 Salem Community Patriot
The Word Around Town... Letters to our Editor
MOMS Club Seeks Grocery Coupons
The MOMS Club of Salem, NH is collecting grocery coupons for the Military Coupon Program. The MOMS Club will be collecting grocery coupons the entire month of November as a service project. Grocery coupons will be shipped to troops overseas. Grocery coupons can be up to six months after the expiration date. Overseas military bases will accept expired grocery coupons up to six months after the expiration date. We are sending these coupons to troops overseas to help them and their family save money.
If interested in donating coupons, please contact Maria Kench at momsclubsalemnhboar email@example.com
to arrange a time to drop off your coupons. For more details, please call 475-7068.
Maria Kench - Salem Our Elected Office Holders
We have listened and voted for our political candidates. We the people have chosen by majority vote, free from harassment, those who would represent us on a state and federal level. Hopefully, we have gotten the best of the best in these candidates. Hoping some of those you voted for won and they will do the excellent job for the people. This is freedom of casting our vote, and we all felt great pride in being able to cast a vote for candidates that will represent us and vote for laws that will affect our very way of life in the future.
If your favorite candidate was not elected, fear not and look into the real core values others saw in their candidate. Persons who have great inner basic core values are personal, and distinguish a person that is not trying to seek and achieve selfish goals. Moreover, they try to achieve the highest standards and noblest goals for the benefit of others in society. We need decent politicians that have those honorable virtues. Are those elected, regardless of political party (keep them accountable), going to follow the Constitution and Bill of Rights, smaller government, fewer taxes, private creation of jobs, and less overkill regulation? Or are they going to give us more bailouts, bigger government, less control over our lives, more nanny regulation, more taxes, more mandates, and less jobs (unless government jobs), which may lead to a financially and politically socialistic, controlled government, by not listening to the American people? A true, extended takeover and regulation by big
government over private and individual control of our personal freedom! More government control and continued disregard for the Constitution and Bill of Rights! By those politicians who believe in liberal, progressive, and centralized government and redistribution of wealth, and the power over everything American’s aspire from the cradle to the grave! Is indeed our freedom and country lost to socialism?
Ed Brooks - Salem
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It was brought to the attention of Area News Group that due to a reporter’s error, the story featured in the October 29 edition of the Salem Community Patriot provided incorrect information regarding the motor vehicle accident on Brady Avenue that occurred on October 19. The corrected version appears below.
Car Crash Results in Two Arrests
by Andrea Ganley-Dannewitz A motor vehicle accident that occurred Tuesday, October 19, on Brady Avenue resulted in several injuries and two men under arrest. According to police, the crash happened around 4:16 p.m. and involved a Ford Escape traveling northbound and a Ford pick-up truck traveling southbound. The operator of the Ford pick-up crossed the center line at the intersection of Brady Avenue and Cindy Avenue and struck the Ford Escape nearly head-on, according to Salem
Police Deputy Chief Shawn Patten. The Ford Escape collided with a utility pole as a result of the accident. Salem Fire Department responded to the scene and treated several people for injuries. Police say the operator of the Ford pick-up truck, James Stubblefield, 31, of Hampton, was at fault and operating with a suspended driver’s license. However, the victim of the crash and operator of the Ford Escape, identified as Donald Giberson, 41, of Salem, appeared to be heavily intoxicated and was given a field sobriety test at the scene, and subsequently failed that test. According to Patten, Giberson’s blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. He was arrested as a result and is charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated. He was released on a summons pending arraignment at Salem District Court. Stubblefield was charged with
operating after suspension and was also released on a summons pending arraignment at Salem District Court.
According to Salem police,
both vehicles had to be towed from the scene.
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