love our children. Wading pools warn about drowning, plastic sled
stickers take 8 sentences to alert one to all the potential dangers,
and strollers caution that you should remove the baby before
collapsing the stroller! Young kids wear helmets to ride bikes, and
after three children had been killed by lawn dart injuries, they
were banned in 1988! Many vote solely based on which candidate is
According to Brady Campaign statistics, “Every day, 46
children and teens are shot in murders, assaults, suicides and
suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, and police intervention”
and of those 7 die, daily. But what have we have done to address
this problem? The NH State Senate recently voted down an amendment
to SB 357 that would have enabled individual school boards to
strengthen Gun Free School Zones- this was not going to be a
requirement to ban guns, just an option, and still many senators
voted against it. How did yours vote?
Sensible gun restrictions DO NOT equal getting rid of the Second
Amendment. This is a complex issue and may need several changes to
save more lives, including the addition of more funding for mental
health services too, but just because it’s hard doesn’t mean we
should do nothing. For too many reasons to list here, arming
teachers, an option which Governor Sununu suggests studying, is NOT
Congratulations to all the area high school students who created and
spoke at the March for Our Lives in Concord on the 24th! It was a
true inspiration. Enough is enough. All of you who have been solely
“pro-life” issue voters, what are you doing to protect our children
once born??? Now we all have to search our consciences and
press for change.
Clifford Harmon Stockwell
GILMANTON - Clifford Harmon Stockwell, 76, passed
away on Tuesday, March 27, at his home.
Clifford was born in Wolfboro on October 1, 1941 the son of Leonard,
Sr. and Ruth (Clifford) Stockwell. He was a lifelong resident of
Gilmanton and worked as a receiver for Globe Manufacturing.
Clifford is survived by his wife, Jeannette (Crete) Stockwell; two
sons, Andrew (Jane Sanborn) Stockwell and Daniel (Gwen Stitt)
Stockwell; three daughters, Marion (Gordon) Jones, Faith (Peter)
Robie and Christine Regis; eleven grandchildren, Benjamin, Caleb,
Jillian, Roxanne, Ashley, Douglas, Jessica, Lindsay, Joshua, Nicole
and Maximus; brother, Leonard (Karen) Stockwell Jr.; sister, Mary
Richardson; seven grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. He was
predeceased by his parents, one grandson, Eli Stockwell and two
sisters, Nancy Lines and Ena Price.
will be no calling hours.
of Christian Burial will be Celebrated at 10:00 a.m., Saturday,
April 7, 2018 at St. Joseph’s Parish, 96 Main Street Belmont NH.
will be private.
of flowers, memorial donations may be made to American Heart
Association, 2 Wall St., #104, Manchester, NH 03101.
Wilkinson-Beane-Simoneau-Paquette Funeral Home & Cremation Services,
164 Pleasant Street, Laconia is assisting the family with the
arrangements. For more information and to view an online memorial go