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Assabet Valley Beacon (Newspaper) - May 7, 1964, Acton, Massachusetts V 4c JIM LL VOLUME NTMIJER 10 ASSAHET VALLEY BEACON May HUM Arlington Street Land Rejected PRICK 10c wn A TRAGIC MOMENT Maynard Fire Dep artment skin Ted is shown handing over the lifeless body of three and onehalf year old Oliver James Lyons to wait ing firemen alter he recovered the boys bo dy from the depths of the Mavnarcl mill pond adjacent to Main Street this past Monday ni The drowning which took the life of the little boy who just moved to Maynard from Rhode Island last Satur was the second in less than live weeks to occur at the mill BEACON STAFF PHOTO it 3 Year Of Mill Second Drowning Within 5 Weeks MAYNAKD Trnji dy st r u ck again ai the Mariani mill pond lor the lini five as throe and a hairyear od Oiur James Lyms was uNcr cd in the pond this Mmidix oy Victim Wo Glean Up Fix Up Week Proclaimed in Maynard Wetherbee Heads Up SubCommittee To Find New Tract Ru ssians Stay ACTON Efforts by he School Committee to find at rs The Board of Si n issued a proclamation some portion of the 25 acre parcel of land the town owns designating theweek ot May on Arlington Street which would be suitable for the con and Manlcy Lyons of Rail road who had just moved In the previous Saturday from Khode 1H ti Clean tip and Fix up proclamation is the first itf Irom llu join HS n i Oliver was tin y riiili d FOR AAOAA Beautiful arrangements Roses Carnations at liJtti aiul to tmn up trie Fiiv skin di on M areliiru tin The ftenrch then shified to the mill a Per thf don kip o the hoiv o the mill ailJHirmt to Main Street uiifl bark Tli body then dis eoveifd by the divers in diep Tar Iroir shore at V xerdict o death by asphvx itlion s refuloivd by AUdica aminer Kuxieth ClXailcaV of Hud TURN TO PAGI TWO slruction of a badlyneeded elementary school met with fail ure this action icsuiiiiK irom UK jomi a letter received by Superintendent of Schools William Cluimhei of and Hoard OConnell State Department of Health District lHld Gilbert July said the results of percolation tests i w i n 11 u 1 1 1 Ji 11 i Hoh Selectmen Alexiiniim and Donovan expressed satisiaetkm with i he other areas previously tin itMilts of lhe Chanilxi of Commerce pivsidint Vic Tnmv taken April showed the same soil conditions as those on UNSUITAHLK was was alM pleased with the meeting had previously Dimmer which uas fell IK md siiti that Chamber were equally HKeticiU between ni1 tli n me Stati i J It tor sub sin lace idial wa b thr Schnnl Coin and as MI i ijii tuu to ground The site uas Ieed tor e Last months ion bv lhe Mali and tftoups is planned in the near tutuiel ahhouh no dakhas been tilkon hv th thnr tlu In issuing tin Mini of Kveiett Rruoks un dia llv soil wereill tlii supervision of Jolys assist so The land is owiud hv Wilinm fl 1 I 1 f I f II1IHI ttl iniliciHal tlKil tlK iHauh fniiiirn ol ol luwn was an assvi mid lhe cooptraiion ol the iuui a witimi ol Uu I Ready made CORSAGES can be pick up Cemetery Baskets and Pans us help you make the right choice Complete Wire Service Worldwide IELEGTRiC SHAVERS REPAIRED KHANKS BARBER SHOP 570 West Acton Bridgets MAYNARD A nun sectarian pro school 1Mt program directed by the Heading f Clinic of the Concord Medical information Call Conani ol to portion ol me toun at j During tho months the State j tempted to take the land by einin docliireci the Ariinjium Street ent j land unsuitable for tht construction i of four schools last spi the a SI Deliveries made to Stow and Maynard Florist Shop Main Acton CO 34456 NllITrONEP Room IMiMING POOL LAND TAKINCi FAILKD At two special town one on SopUinher and a second on October the Umd taking proposal tailed to rtceixe nee thirds The School Committee then redoubled it etforts to find A siltcommittee was V Turn to H I FROM ACROSS THE Elizabeth Bnanlman of Acton shown fUmkecl by Serafina Kotova L and Alisa Kkhin the visitors from Russia who paid a five day visit to Acton which imdtd tlux past The Russian women were reciprocat ing the visit that and a jrroup of American marie to Russia two years The trio are shown at the open house that was held at the Acton Center Womens on Sundav MK STAFF PHOTO A I AMKI iean ELECTRIC SHAVERS REPAIRED FRANKS I1ARBER SHOI 570 West Ad on Maynard Pickup station ARTHURS JEWELRY 79 Main Maynard ACTON in a the town of two women in what was one ol thr lii oppm j unities for ordinar to talk with ordinary iit urodp lirst ol the ii Whilt in w tfu two iiivinhfi nt a sivwnnian i in whose homo in thitwo RusMiin women stayed while in said the women Tech where they had Tuin to The Big POWDER MILL MAYNARD til 6 M til 8 til 9 M VICTORY SELLS FOR LESS i NO STAMPS NO GIMMICKS JUST THOUSANDS OF EVERY DAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICES SHOP SAVE CASH ATIV ee American and joined1 forces at the Klhe in the of World War Approximately hom I Acton and sun minding dropped in to iireel the tiom i at the open hi id in i r their nl the i i i i i lub las Sunday m Murrher cappi d a five clay visit i Acton in Alisa Kkhin and Seiafima Kn rcpivst the Soviet Womens d ni i Uusia in a ot Kinii visited th M 1 S at lu aviim n II 111 Ol and Harvard it and d Mi hifn if iiih o Old FMdt in C JUST CRAFT Complete line of MOTHERS DAY CARDS ARTHURS JEWELRY 7f Main Maynard Every Friday Night 8 to MIDNIGHT EDDIE DAMICO and his orchestra FUN FOR EVERYONE MAYNARD ROD GUN CLUB Old Mill Maynard lASHIONS FLORIST Frauds Flonil A rraiiHeinenls Flowerswired anywhere 121 Main Acton Loans to Homeowners Monthly Payment per SI both Interest and your Loans up In SUMNLR INVESTMENT Call duy or for details Till MOTEL In Linkion ilU tj on Hoiiiis 111 2A 2 minutes wisi ot Hi oasi of Koit Oovens Our Dairy Har open daily noontil A1ST SLI AGO SQUIRES 49 2 bag C Ib C Mark your Calendar AN EVENING WITH DON KENT Weather Talk and Films AclonBnxboro Regional Hijh School Adults 75c Students 0c Tickets available in Acton at Inc Towne Druu Store SIT ACCOUNT Kef ASSABETIN 17 NASON CO I can Site LEACH 75 49 54 c NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE CENTER STORE c Formerly Notars Market MAIN ACTON CENTER CO 35936 C FREDERICK New Owner Open daily 9 10 2 rgest
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