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Acton Beacon (Newspaper) - April 3, 1958, Acton, Massachusetts r STOW A ACTON IKICE SEVEN CENTS MAYNARD EDITION Acton Lions Plan Second Annual Scholarship for the second annual Scholarship Dunce spon sored by the Acton Lions Club nix1 It be held at the Blanchard May the day according to Dance John has the fullest moon the almanac can promise in the pleasantest month of the Music will be provided by Chuck DeGrappos Orchestra and home made refresh ments made by the Lkms wives will be served by students of the Junior According to The scholarship dances in Acton have become ah important part of our social They allord an oppor tunity to help our young people thru the kind of entertainment tha Aconians have always enjoy ed In Acton the Were o helpingour OwnWere doing our part in this present drive for in creased education to see that the their There are no politics or red tape The recipient of the scholarship is chosen strictly on merit or her own There is nothing else you can buy for ninety nin0 cents that is t omparable to a chunk of the fu ture our Mark your cal endar today for the finest and most worthwhile social function of Wage Other Benefits In New Contract At Bradley most deserving students can the yearMay Open Letter Tothe People Of Maynard And Stow Your Assabet Valley Little League is in dire need of iMinor League Um Scorers and other volunteer If we dont get this I we will not be able to ate a Minor This means that from 60 to 90 boys YOUR SONS will be deprived of the op portunity to play organized Little j League j Little League Baseball is a j community and family Lit tle League helps to unite a neigh People who ordinarily would have few common interests meet in the bleachers and on the field and become The wholehearted support of the com munity is absolutely essential to the success of the There are no financial but the dividends are there in the form of youngsters who are developing into real How about you fathers who have sons in the Little Come on out and help us and Leach President Assabet Valley Little Leasrue LituriTo Appointments For MAYNARDThe Board of Health lieprganized recently as follows Frank John Johnston Third Irving Lituri will represent the Board of Health on the ByLaws Committee now being set up in the The following appointments were made for a period of one unless otherwise beginning April Miss Mary Pub lic Health Nurst Martha Public Health Nurse William Inspec tor of Plumbing 8 year Waino Inspector of Plumbing Robert Milk Inspector School Dentist Rinaldo BiUier of Vito Carbone was nominated for the office of Slaughtering In spector and is now awaiting con firmation from the Department of Public Stolen Car Recovered MAYNARD An automobile owned by James Summer was stolen from the park ing lot at the corner of Summer and Nason Friday night March Two Maynard juveniles and an older lad from Sudbury were ap prehended and the car restored to its The Maynard boys received one years probation The Sudbury man is now serving a six months sentence in the House of Hearing On Variance For Raytheon Held MAYNARD A hearing Avas held before the Board of Appeals at the town house last Tuesday night to consider a petition by the Raytheon Manufacturing Company for a variance so that the company could park cars in that part of its parking lot which was recently en The Company seeks to have the right to park cars flush with the property lines of the property which immediately abuts A number of abutters were but no objections were Boeske of Taylor Road who owns a house on Sudbury Street which backs up to the parking wanted to know why Raytheon had started enlarging the parking lot before it received permission from the Board of It was explained that this was en tirely it was point ed out that cars could not be parked on the extended part of the parking lot until permission had been granted by the Board of A lengthy statement was read by a representative of Raytheon on the growth of the company since it came to Maynard two years At first 250 were em Now there are and in three this number will be increased to Orders amount ing to millions arcnow on she The new parking plan will ac comodate 600 about double the present number now parked The Board of Appeals will make known its findings within the next few Junior Beacon Makes Debut Emerson High The Junior Bea was issued to students on March This was a single page procruction that in cluded an editovlal by Elizabeth Room a feature by Phyllis Room and Donna Rae Room An understandably anonymous con tribution gave the features and qualities of Emersons composite perfect girl and perfect Sheryl Gilder deserves special cre dit for One Year Contract Signed At Bradley Container AssabetVaHeykodge No o right Adams Maurice Mailhot Samuel oneyear labor contract providing for wage in creases and other benefits has been signed by Bradley Container Cor poration and Assabet Valley Lodge 2199 of the International Association of Machinists The announced signed at the Bradley plant here by company and union rep resentatives following a period of negotiations that took place over the last few weeks at 242 yearold Colonial Inn at Samuel Former Prominent Maynard Dies By Farrell MAYNARD Samuel age residing1 at 8 Spring Lane passed away Tuesday afternoon at the Benedicts Nursing Sudbury after a lingering ill Lerqr was one of May nards most distinguished and re spected From a most modest beginning he saw his cloth ing the New Idea grow until it became one of the best known and largest Mens Clothing Stores in this He was always deeply interested in the welfare of his adopted town and served with distinction on the Board of Because the news of Lerers passing came at a late we are sorry in deed to state that we are unable to amplify any tribute that this self made man Lerer leaves five all prominent in their chosen profes Lawrence with whom and three Pearl Jackson Lerer made his Max Landers of Fram ingham and Joseph The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon from the Lavine Burial was in Pride of West Jacob Acton Resident Narrowly Escapes Death In Concord ACTON Miss Annie Mc West narrowly missed death when the car she was driving crashed through the railroad gates in West Concord last Friday She drove by two cars which were waiting for a train going by on the east broke through the track across the track where her car stopped on the westbound She was locked up in West Concord and the following was upon order by the to a State institution for Plans For Cabaret Almost Completed ACTON Plans are almost completed for the Acton Parent Teacher Association Cabaret and dance for the benefit of the schol arship according to Warren Entertainment between will include such popular artists as Reino Tuo Acton sprano Da vid accordianist Richard West trumpet solos General Radio Quartet of Male Voices Robert be on sale all day Saturday April 5 at Acton Phar West Acton and Middlesex Launderers and West Tickets are also available by calling Carl COlonial Master Electrician Established 1929 Littleton Pinecreet The agreement covers about 800 hourly The effective as of March provides for an average increase of nearly 10 cents an hour for men and about 13 cents for with the average based on minimum reevalu ations of jobs and adjustments for women Further provided is an addition al 5 cents an hour increase for all employes covered by the effective next The contract incorporates for the first time a companypaid life in surance patterned after the insurance program of the American Can of which Bradley is a Male workers will receive insurance coverage equal to two years base For women the coverage will equal one years base Medi cal and surgical also was previously Under the new a pro duction mechanics training pro gram will be Men cur rently known as FJLxersT for various pieces of equipment will be integrated into a formal train ing program providing for de velopment of production mech anics skills and increasing their earning The training pro gram will cover about work ing hours during which employes involved will progress through dif ferently rated job About 100 men are immediately The company last year started an apprentice program for elec tricians and for Participating in the negotiations leading to the signing were the following for the union Clark JAM Grand Lodge representative Frank business district AM Raymond pres Assabet Valley Lodge and negotiating committee members Walter Maurice Eliza beth Samuel Jo seph Carroll and John all of local Representing the company at the signing were Daven assistant general Bradley Container Corporation Walczak and industrial relations eastern American1 Can Com pany supervisor of Bradley Container League To Hold Important Meeting There will toe an important meeting of all Agsabet Valley Little League Personnel at Maynard Town Tuesday April 8 at NOTARS
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