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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 21, 1934, Acton, Massachusetts                                Money ignage Needed i Sparta looking tbrourh In Bourses obitrva Beware of 1936 and Sun ipots will Increau in those two accorfl fjplnf to the and when auri spots Intrease we hare wan and Mclal On the other according to I the reverend when the il the world usually has been it Ottiere believe that spots caul flag International and Individ jual are not sun on the human Many will have to be re moved from the human brain to war can Indiana Investigating twe offl clals connected with the prison from j which the late DllUnjer es supposed to have frightened i his jailers with a toy i New evidence Indicates In of frightening somebody with a wooden he bribed Some body with good rear Half the success and Immunity usually dullminded crlm IuwMs based on the corruption and criminal law vready to accept criminal The New York Times quptes of the most distinguished of all Brit s lib diplomats as follows Anglo rAmerlcan relations have never been L In such a grave the 1 There Is talk of Japan having a as big as England or with Englands England building 70 Some Americans would like to know why Uncle Sam does not say to Japan and England Build what ships make what new secret IH treaties you We shall jdojis we We have had In America men that would send such a message to any group of r Oftum Bedford VOLUME XLIV44 Years Old TAKES LEAD IN DEFEATING Middlesex League Game Played at Alumni Field in Maynard Saturday Fullof Thrills Score Was 10 to 7 Rome reports that de termined to make Italy a really mil ready to fight any body at the drop of any a New Italy with the Back to the glory of the A of All right about the But Sparta did not work out Where Is Sparta now Where is the glory lltftirtliig will be done hereafter fcy chemists with poison pus and explosive gasw engineers with fast deadly air torpe Fighting will be In the air and under No need to make a whole nation parade and An oasis of cheerfulness in this world of gloom Is Leonid Tolo Russian consul general In New Many things make htm Including the fact that Rus sia can produce everything she except bananas and Is growing One grapefruit worry along without any ba nanas and drink Instead of as she always has Rus sian coffee never was very The late Australian Sir John described In Lloyd Georges memoirs as the only gen on tfie British side who could nave successfully replaced the late Field Marshal Earl Halg as com mander In chief of the British was of Jewish t Fighting ability In that race stir prises for some the greatest lighters In Includ Hannibal and his were i of the Semitic A wellknown Lou Telle who used to play perfect ver and married four Including Geraldlne lost hispopularity and has killed ftlmself after telling his friends eIs no place In Hollywood for re Is no place anywhere for tt there no need to remain a hatbeen for By AL COWLES Winchester high school defeat ed Maynard 107 and took the lead In the Middlesex league in a thrilling game played Satur day afternoon at Alumni field be fore the largest crowd of the sea The Winchester nominee for all Middlesex Flankle Pro was a mixture of the forceand power of a the speed of a Pheldippes and the throwing arm of the stone slinger of He personally supervised the construction of the Hall of In the second period this Italian ace intercepted a Brayden pass and ran it back to the shadow of the Maynard goal posts then when the machine stalled and stammered It was Pro Vlnzano who placekicked a field goal from the 15 yard Right after the kickoff of the second period it was Provinzano who let go a long 47 yard forward pass down the field to who was over the goal line tor the win ning All afternoon this modern Roman gladiator was all over the field both on the offense and His mates in the vic tory were a husky crash ing who continually came up fast to make even past the Hne of and Jo a six foot who was down fast under In like a of lightning to break up lo cal formations before they couid set and dont forget he demonstrated that he can nab They had two very good when you can recall that they lost the immortal Andy by For Maynard the line stood out as the big noise and joined the roll of a mltey bundle of was in making tackle af ter tackle from sideline to side line this blond blizzard tore to spill bail Little Louis Co who by tne way played through all but a single backed Ine forward fiont in good Hank Howitzer Hivyoen doing most ot the bail passing and kick ing lie came in ior his snare of the This was a gamefought between la hard ciiargjng tedlaieia irom WUiiicnester and a smashing toiwaixl line of Maynaru And tne backueiU won because it had the ability to on the to come through with tno needed points at opportunemo The Maynard team otrange lo witu uht pawef in tneir line failed to use this aa means lo down tne Instead Ihey for some unknown reuau on their attack to win the On tne oilier hand it was Uie fourth game that the locals losi because their backs have been suckea in on ot the Maynaitrs lone touchdown came on a brilliant piece of broken field dodging and hip shaking by Al wiio zigzagged tnru Uie entire biack jerseys ror a 4i yard jaunt to the promised Winchester invaded the local with as many as there were Maynard fans on Continued on Page 8 Francisco rejoices In comple after twenty years of great Hetch Hetchy undertaking that ngs pure water 190 from high Sierras In t great bridge over Golden Gate tbat In from the Pacific and San Francisco will be conntct road with the great city df across the demand their ut shillyshallying or tergiver said tbat the Preildsnt all his strength congress to pay tht bodni need the money now are bard and their cW HALEY PASSEDAWAY INSUDBURY Funeral Will Be In Metho dist Church Thursday At 2 Martha Haley of Lancaster purs ed away Monday after a long illness aad the funeral be held on Thuneday afternoon at oclock at the Methodist Bpisco ipail of whloh she had been a devoted Hailey was a past noble grand of Summer P Lodge chapter ot 177 Past Noble lAssoelaitlon iNeponset tCheipter Odd Ladies the Orange and Sudibury Womans iShe leaves a Mrs Hoy Smith of Sudibury also a Mirs Walter Lalbaree of iSudbury and three Bruice and iCons lance t i i Jb Haley was bom lii 6C years and Jiad been a resi dent in Sudibury for many Diphtheria Immunization Clinic Planned Diphtheria Immun ization project now un derway for both school and pre school The clinics will be held In the iRoosevelt school early In While there Ijave been no serioue outbreaks of epidemics of this disease it Is liable to occur any The importance of Immunization may be traced to thetact that Doctor Charles Mack and other offi cials of the slate department of health plan to keep in constant touch with the clinics and situa tion They urge the parents to bear In mind that diphtheria causes more deaths In children be tween the ages of five and nine than any other Of every seven children under five years of age ttlck with diphtheria In one They ad vocate immunization to all chil Due to lack of funds Miss ifiofka and Miss Sylvia iNyholna have been transferred from the health sur vey to this as the expected to be FRIENDS CALL ONB1RTHDAY Eliza Owen Celebrates Her 85th Anniversary In Acton South tluui 80 rel atives and friends oi Kliza i Jane for over 60 years a resident at caiHeU to pay their respects and lo congratulate her on her which she celau rated on Sunclay In tne ipleasant home which sne shares her Mary During the afternoon slio was with many useful and ipattctical with money and to connplete Ohe happiness of the Assisting her daughter who planned this happy were her Sylvia oi two Uernaad and Lawrence of Miss Mary Che Kileen and Manila and WWliani iHeilbent Owen of Wost Acton and Clarence Owen of oif were present to help in the pleasantness ot the Owen has a iMrs Uura and two AtiiHd and of Colorado a A J lUdiwards of and and a Sidney Whltefield of who sent coivgratulatory There aire also several and giund nieces from dtelaint points who remembered tliirf lovuy lady on her Owen was born In Barnsla and came lo Uns country when a young NOVEMBER 1934 PRICE ENTERTAINS WHY GUESTS Past Matrons and Past Patrons Night Ob served With Supper and Entertainment of Pleasing Nature Order of the Eastern enter tained Its Past Matrons and Pant Patrons with a supper and pro gram of song and drama at its in Masonic on A delicious supper was served at half six oclock with Mrs Oiarles vyhltney as chairmai of the committee In the supper the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association held its annual Beulah for the past declined further service and Warren Goddard was chosen president for the new There was a brief memorial for Benjamin who at the time of his was the senior Past The Past Matrons and Past Pa tron twentyfour in Ellen Katharine Farrlngton of Bed Miss Hannah Pfeiffer of Bed Lottie iCarrie Agnes Louise Miss Blanche lira Ruth Mr Helen Ruth Pratt Charolle Mis Irene Beulah and Miss Gladys F Graham lLouis of Georgs Raymond Gardner Piul Ben jamin and Austin The Worthy Matron Cora McLeod presided at the regu lar meeting of the Chapter as ssled by the Worthy Patron Wil liam Ida made a report of the recent Nov elty Whlrft Party and she and hsr committee were given a rising vote of Past Patron Benjamin Clak has recently been married and on behalf of thrs Past Matrons anil Warren presented him with an elec tric chafing EMIL NOTERMAN IS COMMANDER Acton Veterans of Foreign Wars Holds First Meeting Acton Veterans of For eign Wars held its first meeting since receiving its char ter from National last Friday evening at the West Acton hre George deputy chief of of West olliciated assisted Ijy Past COinniiUltlora Michael J Tow leaand John P Coin Joseph HooUiaoyd and Wlliiaiin L of Post V F The following oliicers were elected to tht new local post Km 11 Noteimaii of Acton senior vice commander Jamies IjiiUuton junior Eunt Acton West Acton John P Wtst Acton post John West Ac ton ofllcer iff the day Arthur Tupjier M Hoxboro James Harry Scrtbner and Harry both of West Acton Bm 11 Notennan uiul James Smith al Joiin P Sisson Har iy Friday November tilio post will 1mld meet ing al the lire house to make ar for die installation of of an anxil iasy and transact other for the welfare of the RECOUNTS IN MAYNARD FOR STATEOFHCES Error In Tabulation Jew ett Gains 20 Moyse Protest Class 28 Plan Reunion Maynurd class of 1928 are completing plans for tholr reunion and ban quot which will bo hold at the iSlow County Club on Thanksgiv ing The committee believes that tills will be a good time to get all class members together for a must bo made at once from Hulda 32 Roosevelt There will be numerous novelties and surprises planned for the as sembled The class officers In 1928 were George president renca vice president Hulda IH111 secretary Harold There was a graduation class numbering MARRIAGE INTENTIONS fc beeo Licenses To Expire 31 licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquor will ex pire 31 of Ihis Several dealers already holding a licence have filed applications for a new license with the Board of Select men which board will have the power of granting the licenses for next Red Cross Roll Call In Full Swing CONDON POSTMASTER Receives Appointment To Acton Centre Postoffice Catheiine Condon has received the appointment ixifitmaster at Aclon She will sticciieil Acting Harold Couglilin who did not 1 siru tile post as hi wished to de vote his time to his busi Screech Owl Maynard A recount of the voles cast for state con conninissloner and clerk of courts that started at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon was not completed unlil Re presentatives of all the candidates were present at the recount and several votes were The results as given originally remain ed unchanged except for a block of twenty votes gulned by Victor Republican candidale for County and one vole wliich theregistrars took from Senator The twenty votes given to Jewel were origin ally credlled to social ist II was an error of The vote taken from Moyse credited to him in the ori ginal count was loiken from him and given to blank by the The Moyee representa tives entered a Summary of recount For state same as original count loss of one For same as original count Foss 908 gain of one For county Thomas unichan ed gain of and Hamilton 158 loss of For clerk of no John J Brennan Ralph Smith Attorney Leslie W Sims repre sented Senator Gavin Tay represented Congressman Representative Frank Sheridan and Bernard Garrigan represented Congressman elect Representatives from out of town attended the recount in the interest of other Bedford Holds Inspection Revere O E held its reenrlar meeting lasit tifiternoon in Uie Grange A splendid supper served after meeting was followed hy the ofli iivsipection conducted by Hel en depuly grand ma by IClla U grand Several vo ueeotlons were sung by Juntos Anderson Wins First In National Contest ofi Maynard Veterans of Foreign Auxiliary Entertain High Officials Jotfiif Seated as Post Commandic Maynard Post and Aux iliary officers were installed with impressive ceremonies held Sun day afternoon U Masonic Stale and County offi Ihe Maynard Rep resentative Frank Miss Minnie president and Susan tjenlor vice president of the local Legion Aux iliary and delegations from Hud Charlestown and Uie newly organized West Acton jxisls were among Ihe A collation was followed by an en tertainment the program of which included vocal solos by Lillian acrobatic dances by Mildred Ger trude Tobin and Mary piano Rita Foley and mueic by Irma Durlcees County Commander James Ma honey and the invited guests John past commande1 installed the officers of the Joseph commander George senior vlcSl mander David vice commander Wlllfr chaplain officer of the day Edwardlr quartermaster for term Elmer John historian judge advocate patriotic Mary Hughes of Wey president of the State Auxiliary and Gertrude of state coi inducted the officers of Mary senior vice dent Mary ju president Mary tary Kutherine er Mabel Margaret patriotic tor cl iLonise guard and belli and Eileen Walsh and Margaret color Sudbury High School Pupils Present for Benefit of Athletic Sophomores Win Award ITtli annual Hod Cross Roll Call now in full swing and is mooting a hiwrly The West Concord can vassers are under the direction of Vice Chairman Avis Fow ler and are as follows Har old Harold Robert Gardiner Thomas Miss Lillian Miner Mary Miss Geral inr Edward Miss Mary Matthew Miss Mary John Miss Ruth Miss Francos Henry I law Mar once Miss Maiy Miss Elvira John William Miss Laura Miss Dorothy Frank Roliert William I0d 10 Kinan of the Concord Police Departmenl pick ed up Joseph near the The boy had es laptid from Fcrnalil in He was held iintu nu thorltles from the school CIIIIH for Mullen Was Given Fine Mullen nf River who faced charges ol assault and battery on Ktirl technical advisor of the lEiRA administration was fined when his case came iu In Middlesex Superior In He had appealed a K day Imposed In local Leslie Ander son is receiving tin1 ronnnitula lions of her friiiids on her expert Hen1 photo of ii Siind dune seem j taken in Ihe North Shore jnsi out Screech of which was awarded local high school which j lirst at exhihitions in will he off the Murphy and Say and has received the dor today ciinlains irst award at the National lOxhibi storles Out Today DIED SUDDENLY IN MAYNARD Abraham Courtneys Funeral Will Take Place Thursday Coui widow of the late Abraham Court suddenly at home lS Xason Tuesday was 89 years of Morn in England and linj been a resident of Maynard for uS She is survived by two Charles and John Courtney of this a Wuitur Courlney of uiici a great arand da The funeral will be held Tues day Service at 10 ocloct at the home of her Charles C 12 Bronks will lie conducted by Maliiew pastor of the Uilion Con gregationul Burial will be in Oak Hill winning short pupils 01 the Though it was Announced that one would be awarded the JiidgLh Ihonglll so well of all the papers submitted they decided to name three prize Sylvia Hick Schiiair ami Ledgard Tliis issue also eonlains news and notes of the school that are of interest to parents and lownspc Tlu judges or the contest were McCann of Junior school fiicullv and iuyer Mead Block Is Damaged By Fire Adton lire wliich broke Hil in Illock the cor ner of MassachiiscUs and Wind Kir Thursday In dupai nearly an woik ti A firo had Iniilt in a ftir naeo of a vacant store on the Windsor avonuo side of the bkxk and Ignited somo ma turlal wthich had been placed over tlho heater unknown to the jernon wdio stlailed UK finiiaee When Wio flremen the building wius filled with Stores on the first floor and on Wie second Buffered smoke dam The wiith whlcih the alarm given undoulljtedly saved more serious Several yeans aigo this site was tihe Hceme of one of the worst fires tihe town bias by i lion of Iholo held re cently in The en larging and coloring ol I he photo graph was done ihroueh Snow where it is now on dis play in the Ualden street Town Move To New Quarters MARK GOLDEN WEDDING DAY and Ralph Rich ardson To Celebrate Event in Waltham t Town filled to overflowing evening with an audiencet entliuKiaetic In its Four OneAct Class Pit souted by The Sudburyji bciiool Athletic Assoclatloftivl applause at the end of was not that perfunctoryl usually handed out to IIML the hearty expreselouxj preciutlon of work Ulthout the guidance of nest and painstaking teachfi force such could The Play Ju William Clurke and William awarded the palm to Ifeart by the artistry and pr Following is the cast of play Junior MY COUSIN FROM SV Karena Shields Charlotte Mills Enldvl Ann Mills Jennette Evelyn Mae Preston Pearl Preston Freshman THE LITTLE Peggy Clark Glmnga Fay Leslie Princess Jack Sophomore THE TOY Clio Cho San Mai ion Oh Loo Katlierino Isobel Ann Senior CIRCUMSTANCKS A Evo Hamilton Ruth lion Hamilton Chestor Evorolt Hetty Everett Ruth ITetntj Maggie Hilda Sontli and The Aliiynurd Ua Ralph who fonnurly department huadiiiHirlers will IK I ived in Sontlh Sudibury now of lncatuil in the new tovn buildinj j celebrating thfiir SUtli wedding annlversiiry Friends an ciillliM and sending and were hoi n and educated In Snd Juniors Aid In Roll on Main formerly the Mid dlesex on and alter Satur Ll iiivdrding lo William siipcrinlHtidenl of the water depiii It is nndt rstood Ilii Selectmens office nnd UK lax collecUirs oiTice will tltso be In vated in tintown office building by the end of this Converse Is President of Bedford Grange Jtedford lust Monday elected thefollowing otll cers for the cowing H E Coiworso W R Ail ger ill A iSuhofleld Thamas aswlst juit H Belle BUaiko C liydiard Maude S Oon loy Bdiwln Page Slailly IMarlon Puwdeufly cxnnle Poleo lady assistant Ruth Jdmton Leila living horu until about 15 years They enjoy good healll and the best wishus of many OCCUPY NEW OFFICES John IJriacoll and Francis deary will occupy iho Selectmens rooms in Crdjiitons block now being vacated by tliw town Attorney brtaioli la tho son of Sergeant ot tut1 police He IB u gradu ate of the local high schoo uiid of Northeastern University He has an oflkie on Staid Driscoll nb Uiined his legal education under the rays of a midnight Ho is doing well at hlH pro and he UAH a host of local friends who wish him well lu his liome town Francis deary is well known lu the instutice business and carry ou the rew Pint So Members iror Red huvo canvass nf lite annual Roll cull according to Ma of Juniors who will are Dorothy Io Mary IXim lieilnrs wlio will make a Include Albert Mury llnlcna Mur Mary Miss lOdlth Fran lace Is In the Assaibet Ml liiarters art1 at the storoV Main MARRIED 22 YEA nnd Main dered a pleasant sur evening when a tiu friends aaeembled to obBerveJUelr vg   

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