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   Assabet Valley Beacon (Newspaper) - May 28, 1964, Acton, Massachusetts                                ASSABET VALLEY rd Jo Name Starts in Acton i School In Honor Of Guyer Fowler VOLUME NUMBER 13 ASSABET VALLEY BEACON May PRICE lOc Fate Of Bus Service For May nar d Hangs In Balance To End Service On June 30th MAYNARD Unless the situation fjianges May nnrd will soon become one of the few municipalities in the Commonwealth to be without public transportation of any sort as the Middlesex Bos ton Street Railway has an nounced that it will cease all operations on June which lost rail road service live years is one of the twelve communities linked with Boston and the towns inbetween by the M B WILL AFFECT MANY The move by the company will not only aflcct Maynard residents hut is hound to have some el feet on Assabet VaMiy towns such as PLEASE TURN TO 1AGE TWO Nine Article Warrant Set Actons Water District Meets Monday Night HEADED FOR OBLIVION This Middlesex Boston Street Railway Company bus shown pulling away from its Walnut Street stop in Maynard yesterday may soon join the passenger trains as a mere memory to Maynardites as the company has announced1 its intention of ending all service on June Only strong action and some measure of aid from the direction of Beacon Hill can forestall the move which would present a quandary to an appreciable number of local BEACON STAFF PHOTO ACTON TinCcmmissioners ol Ilie Acton Water District have called i special meeting ol the district for next June 1 at H in the town Tho voters will act on a nini articlewan The main purpose of the meeting will hito tiiiiisler from sur revenue for the purpose of buy ing and installing a well mot or and fttings at tle dew well site off School street on land owned by Alan Chrsloflerson in South Ihe will also cover the cost of laying of main from the site to the main in School BONDS TORN UP This which is number i on the wan will he taken up after article which calls for acton on aiticle 12 ol the annual meeting in At thai it was voted to honow lor Ihe same the provision that the motoi In used would he dcisel lather than dec i ic current I ly The bonds weiv actual K appioved by the State Depart inent of and Taxation and by the District Commis uiieii a directive came down Irom the Sate saving that work mild not be undertaken as specilied since not own 01 have under lease the Clu IstolTerson I where the weil was to he I lie Honds we1 iheii toin It win thai the District enter into a with Chrislollcrson and i that the votiis of the should I authorise this Theie there an aiticle on the Jtiiii I war rani calls fur leasing this land TURN TO PAG 1C TWO OITSIDH USAGE IS EVERY OTHER ACTON The C nimissioiuvs of j the Acton Water Suppl District an j noiinced a limited IKICI Ihe use i of walci in tile town ol Acton Donald Chairman of the Hoard of stated that il was hoped the ban could be lift ed when the reservoir now Hearing completion and the will al tile hri lollersQi in South Acto he part of Ihe operating i He further stated that Ihe town had used more water over the last wxik i end thitii the pumping capacity ol the cxiting As the ban allows per sixis living iu numbered lioucs to use water for out ol lour pur i poses en even numbered calendar Those perscns living id odd inimlKiul houses will be permitted to use water lor outofdoor pur pnes on odd numbered calendar j The cooperation of the people til the district is Fourth Annual Business And Industrial Review In Next Weeks Issue i Next week he ASSAHKT VALLEY UEACON will proudly present its fourth an i nual Industrial ami Husiness Review as an integral part the The Review will cover Ihe mu and economic status and trends throughout the en tire area and will contain a myriad of feature stories and pictorial coverage about the local I The Review will he a lo cal almanac of progress which will forward as well as the It will represent the cul mination of many months of research and writing by the stall and their colleagues dont miss it Guyer Fowler King Alfred I Now Reigns Carey Lilts Democratic Crown From Lukashuk MAYNARD The temperature on the sidewalk outside the Municipal Building was edging near the 100 degree mark last Sunday afternoon but this was as cool as the summit of Mount Everest compared to the torridity inside the building where the members of the Democratic Town Committee met behind locked doors and proceeded to oust Chairlady Made tine Lukashuk from her lofty office and engage in other sun dry items of business which generated enough heat energy to send a Polaris submarine around the world three who challenged her and emerged A Selectman Patrick Donovan mo tion to censuie the press for unsatis factory and derogatory coverage and comment on the doings of the Town Commit eu and a Commis Gerald motion for the Committee to endoise tne Maynard Postmastership candidacy of Attor ney generated more heat than the much heralded clue THE HEAT MACHINE The hoat machine leally got go ing after Lukashuk went tioyvi to a 2011 defeat for the Chairman ship at the hands of Alfred the partys longtime FLORAL FASHIONS FLORIST Francis Floral Arrangements Flowers wired anywhere Phone CO 34752 124 Main Acton lion of Both motions yvent down the I drain but not until the thermometer inside Maynards answer to the Kremlin reacied the Ixjiling ALMOST 21 As to the Chairmanship duel be tween Caiey and Caiey j yvas to oppose her by Wesley who served as Acting Secretary duiing the and the I secret ballot vote among the 31 of the 3o Commit ee members who yvere piesent gave 1 Fellow Welfare Board member and i traditional political ally an almost 2 to 1 i The defeated yvhu went down yvith all her guns took the defeat like a political champion 1 and aftei congratulatxig Edna i Parrel I nominated Lukashuk j for the ViceChairmanship and she yvas overwhelmingly elected to that Kdward who yvas an in again out again candidate for Chair yvas elected Secretary and Ray Dionne won the tiod as party Trea surer to succeed Dump Open Monday Nights I Never On Sunday Starts Tuesday MAYNAKD A new schedule i will go el feet lor the dump i ing Ihe summer months sturthm4 June it was announced by I the Department of Public Woiks llrs The dump will be closed on Sun i days for the In order no to work a hardship on residents who woi k sx days a Hie dump will remain open until Monday On other even il will close at as cus In making known its intentions i cral weeks ago to close the dump on the DPW invited touns I people to make known their feel ings on such a Few residents protested the proposed closing to the so tne new schedule will become mandatory next Tiles Turnabout Is Fair Play New High School Gym Dedicated To MAVNAHD lie of the iiuit wonderful nun that CUT lived and believed in getting an This is what Catherine l 111 H r o o k it ul IKT loriner lor whom ie lenvntary school Sum will be Magiiinis the Knwler as a housekeper fur years and s dorut think knows how man boys and girl Fowler In Iped tliiough lie always left it up to them yvhelh er or MO they paid hack the money lie gayitinin to finance their educa All iie aUed was that be sincere in their dcsiiv for a good FinvliTK will con 1 tinite to bless Mayiard people in the year to ilder the ten IK ol his a suhstairlial trust Iltud was e tip whiii roviile unirveai scholarships In the collfge of their cliuice lor High Sclnvil The of these scholarships yyill In by the Of Ihe High the Superintendent of Schools and School A lililong resident of Vnyvler was a graduate of Har vard University and yvas the oywier i if the Fowler Funeral Service street until his death years His lather a n d grandlatier before him were alo fndertakers at the same the lumnil sirvicv is being by M Kiiinedy ol 40 Brojk A its last Thursday eve the Maynard School CommitUv yoted to name the iieyy elementary lor Foyylcr in reeogtii of his great interest in educa tion and contribution to The name uf the junior high school PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO ELECTRIC SHAVERS REPAIRED 1 RANKS MA RUHR SHOP Acton Mridget MAVNAUI A nun cctaiian pie school program directed by the Heading Clinic of the Concord Medical Kur registration information Call PLEASIC TURN TO PAGE TWO The Big V VICTORY MARKET POWDER MILL MAYNARO Closed All Day Satur day Memorial Day FRESH GROUND SHANK PORTION FULLY COOKED HAM 33 Pepper Steaks Chunk Bologna Frozen Lemonade HAMBURG 39 Ib 69 ib Ib t cans KH99 The who had receiv ed a number of calls expressing opposition to the requested that townspeople make known their feelings to the With the rv eepticn of a few isolated resi I elms did not bother to register their 1 At the the Sunday closng is planned only for the sum ITKr while it is Ugh in the even 1 No decision has been made I conceiving the fall and winter PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO DONOVAN He stepped ALEXANIAN But he jumped MAYNARD The political football took another un predictable bounce this past Tuesday evening as Maynard I Selectman Patrick Donovan announced his withdrawal from i the 10th Middlesex District State Representative race and his Selectman Albert stepped into the JOINT ANNOUNCKMKNT make for younger men to Donovan called lepoiters into the mi lor Selectmens chambers at the When to whether or not cipal Building last night his mention ol men and announced his withdrawal ami meant thai he would support his alter he who colleague ar was sitting beside ollicially he tluiw his hat into the political wish to reveal myself on tluit score a this lime but I will have anotiie announcement to within two A1K CONDITIONED Rooms yJ SWIMMING POOL UK MOTEL Acton CO 3776S Loans to Homeowners Monthly Payment dcr includes both Interevt and Consolidate your up to SUMNER INVESTMENT 8724940 Call collect day or night for detalli who wa the very lirst candidate to announce for the State Representatives post said thai e vents of the past leu days de him against running and hit he felt thai i time A short Doiovaii was he first tin1 District to ILKASi TLRN TO TWO THE ROSLEV MOTEL In Littleton i1333 on Routes lilt 2 A 2 minutes west ol 10 minutes east of Fort Devons Our Dairy Bar open daily noon til 10 TO SERVE YOU BETTER WE WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT EFFECTIVE JUNE 1st Howard Johnson CONCORD NOTICE Announcement is hereby made that effective imme diately and pending relricalion to mure appropriate quarters my real estate business will be moved from present quarters at to 10 Seneca West Husiness as usual without interruption WILLIAM Realtor or FOR THE GRADUATE Charm Charms Bracelets selection of 1insand Earrings Personalized Writing Cases THE HOME GIFT SHOP West Acton The largest shop of its kind in this area Dont miss the big RODEO COMING JUNE 14th Fun and Thrills for the entire family Dancing Games Sponsored hy the Maynard and inn Club DANCING Every Friday Night 8 to MIDNIGHT GUY FERRARA and his Orchestra FUN FOR EVERYONE ADMISSION r0c MAYNARD ROD GUN CLUB Old Mill Maynard SCHOOL ACTON ANOTHER HOME SOLD BY   

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