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   Assabet Valley Beacon (Newspaper) - April 30, 1964, Acton, Massachusetts                                ASS ABET VALLEY C 0 M VOLUME NUMBER 0 ASS A BET VALLEY BEACON April PRICK lOc TriERES NOBODY HERE BUT US CHECKERS The Maynard Memorial Gymna sium was a lonely place for these voting poll checkers this past Tuesday as only 279 peo ple or of the registered voters turned out to cast ballots in the preprimary elec The cost of the election in Maynard came to approximately three dollars a BEACON STAFF PHOTO Meagre Maynard Voting Gives Big Edge To Lodge Democratic Town Committee Ousted Acton Dissidents Sweep To Big Victory At Polls Ehrenfeld Faction In Complete Take Over Alexanian Tops Field Of Local Candidates The Democratic preference vote it MAYNARD Only 279 ol May saw President Johnson garner 77 nards nearly voters turned out votes while Attorney General Rob for Tuesdays Presidential Primary j eit Kennedy was given Henry election but the 7 per cent ol the Cabot Lodge received two writeins electorate that did vote chalked up foin the Democrats and Senator some decisive Edward Ted Kennedy got In the Presidential preference i Maynard Police Chief Michael writein Maynards Republicans Zapaieski and Commissionei gave a wide margin of victory to i John Tobin each received one Fa Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and vorite Son writein Senator Leverett SaltonstaHs slate bolh have informed the BEACON of national delegates favorable to that they have decided against run Lodge on the fist ballot at the naning for President tional convention was given by a 4ALEXANIAN TOPS TICKET 1 plurality over the Grass Roots In the Maynard Democratic Town slate which leaned towaid Chairlady Made Barry LODGE BY 8 1 In the Presidential prefeience Lodge received 82 Goldwater George Lodge and President whom Lukashuk has been feuding Johnson teceivod one Republican with placed 27th on the ballot with M votes and his announced opponent for a Stale Representatives Raymond edged him with Plan To Meet Visit Schools Soviet Women Due For 5 Day Visit To Acton 96 PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO Nixon Scrantca Rocketulki THE BOSLEY MOTEL In Littleton HU G 4333 2 minutes west ol 405 10 minutes east of Fort Devens Our Dairy liar open daily noon HilJO i ended up in a third I place tie out of thirty live candid ales as she and Howard King col lected 102 Selectman Albert i Alexanian led the field with 114 votes and second place went to i Gerald who had A significant result of the Maynard j Democratic Town Committee vote i wasthat Selectman Mark your Calendar AH EVENING WITH DON KENT ActonBtwcboro Regional High School Weather Talk and Films MAY 168 Adults 75c Students 50c Tickets available now in Acton at Avery Towne Drug Store D2 AIR CONDITIONED Rooms rl SWIMMING POOL Stow Voters Give Lodge Big Election Plurality STOW Just 146 of Stows 1379 registered voters turned out for Tuesdays Frank the only local who was run ning for a post as Alternate District Delegate to the Re publican received 37 votes from his home The Presidential Prefer ence poll results were as fol lows in Stow Republican 73 16 5 3 Rocke 1 Demo cratic Johnson and Rob ert 1 There were 25 Democratic votes and 121 ion MOTEL Acton CO 37765 Loans to Homeowners Monthly Payment include both Intareit and Consolidate your Lumib up to SUMNER INVESTMENT S7Z4949 Call collect day or night for Open House Is Set i For Sunday Evening j ACTON Acton will host two visitors from Russia over the vxt five days as Natalya edi torial writer for the Moscow New and Madame Serafima Ko Master of the Spiming Shop at the Moscow Textile will be I the guests of Mr Elizabeth Board i man at her Acton Center home from Thursday through Monday while tin are in this country as the guests of the New England Voice of Women of which Boardmao is an of RECIPROCAL VISIT In twelve wonvn represent ing the Voice of Women and Women Strike For includj ing visited Russia and at that time issued an invita tion for representatives of the Rus sian women to visit them in AnvT Elizabeth Boardman ELECTRIC SHAVERS REPAIRED FRANKS BARBER SHOP 570 West Acton ame is a member of the Presidium of the Soviet Womens Committee and is a holder of the Hero of Socialist Labor The two Russian women visitinp tile samc award that was given to Acton part of a sixwoman groupj Russipn Nikita Kruschev that is reciprocating the visit of on his 70th twelve American ro ACTON SCHOOLS Oiie of the Riissisn Mar Acton Voters Give Lodge Big Margin FLORAL 1 ASH1ONS FLORIST Francis Floral Arrangements Flowers wired anywhere Phone CO 34752 124 Main Acton Johnson 30 Nason Maynard ANNOUNCES NEW HOURS Week except Sat urdays 9 to 9 Saturdays 9 to 6 Sundays Holidays 9 to 1 The Big Y VICTORY MARKET POWDER MILL MAYNARD til 6 til 8 til 9 VICTORY SELLS FOR LESS NO STAMPS NO GIMMICKS JUST THOUSANDS OF PRICES SHOP SAVE CASH CHOICE FACE BUMP ROAST SOLON TIP ROAST ARMOUR STAR Oven Ready HEN TURKEYS BOLOGNA or LNERWURST Seamless Mesh NYLONS Jumbo DASH MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE ACTON Aside from the local I received 12 Governor Scran Democratic Town Committee I nt Pennsylvania which is described in todays i George Lodge headline the 856 Acton voters who turned out for Tuesdays Presi dential Primary election gave huge majorities Ambassador Hems fa bo Lodge and President Lyndon LODGE EASY WINNER On the Republican the 474 Acton Republicans who voted gave Lodge 322 votes to Senator Barry Goldwaters The Saltonstall slate of to the national conven committed to Lodge on the first also received a big vote and topped the opposition grass roots slate by a margin of about I ANTHONY LOSES twelve to Frank Anthony of Former Vice President Nixon re a candidate for alternate district ceived 22 votes Nelson Rockefeller delegate to the national convention on the grass roots slate received votes and was bested by tonstall slate alternate Sally Saltonstall and Henry Puchai who received 268 and 2SB votes State Rus sell received 257 votes in Acton to his Rod ney Davis PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO got 2 Senator Mar IgariH Chase Smith received 2 Presi I dent Lyndon Johnson received 2 i writeins and George Rom Iney got On the Democratic side of the President Johnson led the i field with 186 and was followed i Attorney General Robert Kennedy who bad Henry Cabot Lodge re i ceived 7 Democratic write Sena i lor Hubert Humphry received i Senaor Edward Kennedy received Senator Margaret Chase Smith got and Alabamas j George received During tlir stay in Acion h Russian women will torn the tmn atid lli entire area and the Aitra schools on On Friday they will In taken r i a tour of the historical sites il Ho ton visit the Museum anrl Harvard Tla wi also attend a perfortrvHKv of On Saturday they will Jirough Coicord ami e then be feted at a at tlu llotrl in where the Voice of Women holding its annual imfting and Im i Malcolm mo thor of Governor will a special guest of honor anrl Mrs j Noel wile of Irei dom Movemuit will be tin guest On Saturday IViing thr Russian guests will attend tin Pops OPEN HOUSE IN ACTON I The Hca Nashoba Voice of Wo men will hold as open houe lor thy two Russian women at thi Ac ton Center Womans After their tour if the Acton Schools on the Knsian will leave for Recreation Commission Petition in Maynard MAYNAHD A petition is cur rently being circulated in the tou of Maynard calling for IluSelect men to enter an article on the meeting esijiblishing a Iivt menibei Recreation Commisi A similar article was defeated l tile voters at the town nuelKiii that was held this past From McLaughlin ACTON The old order changeth with a hang in Acton his past Tuesday as all twentyone members and prospective members to the Acton Democratic Town Com i millet under the Chairmanship of John McLaughlin went down lo a smashing defeat at the Presidential Primary polls and were ousted from office by the of twentyone dissi dent Democrats led by John must not only relinquish his chair manship but he is no longer even a member of the Town Commit The new Committee members who swept into ollice bv a better than 21 will meet between May a loth and 25th to organize the Committee and elect Thf battle Coiniiiitti iiuiu it il Actii a lv tnuu as thr rally one ici the ana up with a jiii voter turnout Miters per ciiit the 171 Hepubiieans anrl Dem oeiats vitid il tli pi K an in Anon WCTU lati ran far bo huid in precinct and the tormiT Dimocratic leader railed the BKACON to concede his deliat a approximately 1 Acton Board of Health Plans AntiRabies Clinic ACTON Th Acton Hoard ol Health is preparing to hold an anti rabies clinic in early All dogs attending the clinic must be licensed and No fee will be Further information as to date location will be announced in the BEACON at a later JOHN EHKENTELD Hes in MCLAUGHLIN CONCEDES The impeiuling neleat for John anrl his Democrats b camo obvimis as the first results nt the thosr from 1 JOHN MCLAUGHLIN Hes Wlnn asked as to what his future in Actons Democratic affairs would McLaughlin said that he haalways IK en good Democral and thai he would have to wait and see if hireceived aci invitation Irotu the new Committee members to serve the party locally More he eoillrl answer this He 1 have been in poli ties long enough to realize that rie TURN TO PAGE TWO Concord Chorus Concert MAY 6 Xavier High School Bach and Mozart Interviews will be held MAY 7 and 8 at HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT West Concord for the following positions at the new motel DESK CLERK 3Hl17 7 3 and only Older men preferred MAINTENANCE MEN and MAIDS and Thousands of items to please Mom on Mothers Day THE HOME GIFT SHOP 562 West Acton Open daily thru The Largest Shop of its kind in this area IN ALL THE WORLD Theres no one liner than your MOTHER REMEMBER HER ON MAY 10TH THE APPAREL SHOP 41 MAIN CONCORD SUDBURY SUMMER SCHOOL IN READING Grades 112 and High School students will derive great beneiit and enjoyment from this unique summer individualized programs will be offered in developmental and advanced Small groups maximum of li 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