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Location: Acton, Massachusetts

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   Assabet Valley Beacon (Newspaper) - April 9, 1964, Acton, Massachusetts                                r OIAJME NUMBER 6 ASSABET VALLEY BEACON PRICE lOc eterans Honor Roll Will Be Moved I Municipal Parking A New Era In Acton Firef ighting Lot emorial Park Improvements OKed eterans Meeting i Slated for Tuesday MAWAUD heietmn m With Department of Public Tuesday nigH to arrange for lighting and painting of parkng flanes in the municipal parking until after Memorial The D1JW believes it can do tht job within Ihc next few and will meet wilh Chief ol Police to lay out the parking lines since traffic control comes un der the Police Pot holes and low spots in tlv park will also be filled in b Hie L t 1 V h i f boards agreed to the placj DPW prior to the painting ol tho tl 1 M n i ft lent of poles and aivas In lie The DPW will got togplhT with Police Dtparlmctit to jne tin The Rovtui Ktlison will called in to determine the type of lights which will have to be H M r m V v r r v w irking lot to Memorlil MBMOHIAL DAY TAHCKT tausc of the many dutMN thr has at this lime of in ftting the roads back in sbnpe al the writer Ihe Srlcri m arranged the meeting with the W to determine whether the work PUSASK TURN TO PAGE TWO Maynard Parolee raKen tn Gas Station Break MAYNARD A Maynard resident uld be completed ii time for Mem and parolee fiom Walpole state pri ial was apprehended in a gas sta tion break in Concoid Tuesday and bound over in Concoid District Court on The Robert Scholield of Flor ida is also suspect ed by police of being involved in some of the rash of local breaks in Acton and Concord which have oc curred Total Appropriation Will be Asked For ACTON A joint meeting of UK It was pointed out that TniMres and tin Hnilrlinii amended legislation calls for was heki ial and it was to be used nationwide for library construction in the Fiscal year ddeii that tin umild hiiiitminii Jul Of this seek a total appropriation lot the Massachusetts would bo on consti union ol the d libiary titled lo This amount would In it was uuani bo given to the towns on a matching motisiy agreed that tin Huilding under supervision by the Committee would ask HitSelectmen According to Galick of lor tlu to call a special n Ubi arv Division of the Slate I June 1 tn voteis a chiinco to Department ol this might applicant will gel a ACTONS NEW PERMANENT FIREMEN Acton Fire Stuart AhicGreMor and Fire Alarm Oper Bill Rimbach L are shown Actons first seven permanent Firemen who began their duties this past week The firemen are LR Clarence Dick Hobart Charles Donald Macolm on the be pet but the percentage 1 XODITION DKKKYIKD AT has not as VK KHn She TOWN aso tnat between 30 and 60 tlu annualtown tin municipalities have made applica to appropriate lor lions lor const met ion Mot workinft chaw ings lot the MliOOloot cUfcuud by 27 Slu also awlcd hat thu appiopna lu was sit tuiKlioum PKbahly wont be the as this iiiuki has Ixm slow in appro i The wiiiinul irticU had been tableri hy the Muildiiiii when the Finance e hail in dicated that neuly pHed legislation providing tVrleial toi libvury construction should hi be fere llie Inwii voted the V printing Si ilf this could nnt be tamber of requested that it bo d MacGregor and Edward BKACON STAFF PHO 1 C V 52 A1K CONDITIONED Rooini 3 POOL MOTEL Rt Acton CO 37765 The break at Fentons gas station on West Concord was PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO WORK FARM Strong young man 21 va will work field and arcl 5 to 7 for room May through CARLWOKIiCKE Maynard Assault Appeal is Postponed in Cambridge i MAYNARD The appeal of a Maynard man had been sentenced to three months for an alleged assault a Maynard High School girl came in the 1Iinrp A1M nTr ArTTVlTfiiX East Cambridge Court tliis past O1 At 1H HIES day but was postponed until next A check with the Distiict Attor neys office indicates that the pos Acton to Observe Holiday on April 20th h rewster Conant Will be Main Speaker At Actons Patrlots Stow Denies Police r Station Bid also stiiteti that criteria for Kedeial Aid will be worked out by June M of this year and in leusUd towns The federal eminent into any contracts until the money is TOWN MKKT1NG POST MORTEM There was discussion a is to tile pioject had been re Iusoil by the voters at the annual It was decided that the de sign of the addition might have been consideied extreme in vosttgation of oncrH aid had been TJ fi minds of some and that the the Hmltuua1 Cmiunitteu ai The at which the Build inn CummiUre intended Ui to the called lor in eludinis a lund tor the proposed addition to the librury in AcUui Hvcausi1 of the Ki Committees obiecUon to seek inii the whole amount until an in L encbyear from groups such as i the Freedom Koundntion and the United States lulormation ScMvici1 ACTON The town of Acton will j as well as over the TO COVER THREE DAYS haps this The alleged assault took place in the vicinity of Walnut Manard Schools Close We will be closed until April so lhat we may pay our respects to our long time manager and friend i hold its principal celebration of Pa sibilitv exists that the case might ti lots Day on Monciay April comeup even before perwith ceremomes scheduled to betfm at 0 at the Captain Isaac Davis i hcmestead on lUiywaid The American to he known as the Peter Gray which will have flown at tiie Old North Bridge in Concern the picvious will be VoootiAH Uovt Criflau raiscci by Mrs1Mor Gray Tlu Of f aCdllOn HCAl rriUHy j will hc OIle the fjrst lwl American flags to have flown at lioh mils o the Captain Isaac Davis Tluj i program will open with mar tial by the Acton Hoxbort He giorial High School The cos turned Acton Minuteman Company will lite a salute from newly re constructed flintlock The j Day address will j be givLii by Brewster Conant prior to the retracing of the Captain Isaac Davis i MAYNARD The regular Sprin vacation foi the Maynard Public Schools will begin at the close ol the session on April Schools will renpen for the final term en April KENNETH Hank STRAYTQN Loans to Homeowners Monthly Payment per includes both Interest and Consolidate your up to SUMNER INVESTMENT Call collect day or for who died suddenly at his home Monday night HOWARD JOHNSONS of Concord I K HELP WANTED ROUTE MAN ALSO Part time man for RUG CLEANING See Wetherbee 49 River Maynard Middlesex Launderers Cleaners BOY SCOUTS BKC5AN This annual which be gan with an Acton Roy Scout Troop led by Ivan Wold n tracing ILI march of the Minutenun over the has aroused more and more in Brewster Conant In one hundiid and i Hivun ptopk1 ivtracvd the su TO RUiK TWO ol STOW At session of the annual TOVMI Meeting IUMO last the highly o vvlullier or not lo fleet a toin biiud Police and Kiu this year on the site ol the fomior Mali Junior Hitfh School was finally set t Following the sta 1 vetoed hy a vote of Ml Kui to the hitfh on both sides of this a secret ballot was called for and Those in lavor of building the sta lion now the opinion that the police facilities aiv only a substitute for what we and that the Kiiv DtpaitnUtH is il mnuoiate neetl of nioie room tor nt main t lor the til pointing out that we now to depend on our iu town of Maynaid for space to dry hose and lor the loan ol substitute hose while ours in It wa al so pointed out that our IhUh wa Department shines the jiuMiu Kiie Station and tliat much of that departments ive must sit out I weather becausi ut lack of TlKN TO TWO agreed to pass over th AID D At last niuhts which In Id in the lire house in it was decided that the extent ol federal aid likoly to lie so and uncertain 1 as to not justify holding back on construction of the addition that the town should vote on the whole to economize had affected It was also felt that the de L cision to hold and not ask for j TW FLORAL IASHIONS FLORIST Francis Floral Arrangements Flowers wired anywhere Phone CO 31752 121 Main Acton Thanks To i he Acton Fire for the fast action in extin the ire in the buiicling of the Safeway Auto Richard Massarelli Will De Rosa in bad THE ROSLEY MOTEL IN LITTLETON IS HAPPY TO GRILL AND SANDWICH BAR APRIL 11 Jrill lo he open at 11 daily Hamburgers Hot Dogs Salad Sandwiches Coffee This is in addition to our Dairy Bar Aver on 110 2 minutes west of ii5 Ii minutes east of Fort Devens NEED MORE CLOSET SPACE USE OUR Repeated Popular Demand PINE BOXBORO ME SOLD Bt i FOR REALTORS r RESULTS CALL REPAIR SPECIAL Cleaned Oiled Adjusted Case polished only MflSCIARELLI J 63 Nason Maynard TW 78414 Per boxful Plus our regular cleaning charge Pav nothing til fall We furnish Ihe hamperbox You fill it with a or more winter gar Return it lo Well store everything until when theyll he refreshed and ready to GROTON MUSIC ASSOCIATION presents The Aeolian Consort of Boston Directed by Oliver Chamberlain six treble viola da gam ha and harpsichord APRIL 12 8 Groton School Hall Tickets Student V MAYNARD CLEANERS Two Locations to Serve You Nason Maynard TW 77841 58S Acton CO 32317 Insurance available FREE Pickup and Delivery I I atriots   

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