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Assabet Valley Beacon (Newspaper) - June 11, 1964, Acton, Massachusetts Meet With Peabody Maynard Residents Protest Bus Demise At Public Meeting Union Leader Decries Absence Of Officials MAYNARD Nine May nard residents including Ray mond Democratic can didate for State Representa and Madeline Luk ViceChairman of May nards Democratic Town Com attended last Thurs day nights public meeting the impending Mid dlesex Boston bus service and heard Gov ernor Feabody call upon all assembled to contact their stale legislators and urge them to support his transpor tation NO DKCISIMN YKT Tin tiicelinn il Hiwulejs Ijnivcr ipity was sponsored by Romard of locnl Carmens Union ami the was i addressed by Attorney II o b c r I liic iovcrrors expert as will as ASSABET VALLEY I Wait Water Ban Due In Maynard Any Day VOLUME NUMBER 15 ASSAKET VALLEY DEACON Price Acton Voters Library Addition By Wide Margin fef Approved By 355 102 Town Accepts Brucewood Streets ad urged I Inen ils closing rial for III days bul In has vet to i a dicisim from Ihe com jpmy whose Hoard ol Directors hat1 t earlier in Ihe He also stallrl that iv wa sick ing a mcetinn between himself and Lompany officials ii order that he migiil become Fully of the problems confronting the cmiinuid operation of the officials From all ol the cccnmunitijs aFIecled by Ihe prnpos pd wire wilii exception oF URGES TRANSPORTATION In to th Approximately 500 citizens of Acton partici iveni thai h in last Monday nights 17 article special town meeting iy in postpone j which was highlighted by the overwhelming passage of two1 articles calling for the land and finances to build an addition I to the Acton Memorial The measure calling for the transfer of a quarter acre of Highway Department land to the Library Trustees to allow sufficient space for the addition passed 2B9I5 and Article 2 which requested the sum of build the addition was by the wide margin of LIBRARY ARTICLES j tile amount oF per MOLD SWAY jlle said this would aud SLOT to the The two hour and twelve minute tax stated that meeting was eoncemed mostly with a snu te library arti cles which dealt with accounting road mod i ion oF the bulletin Attorney Sniingrr iiie nany problems which currently Face nass transportatiin in the Bay Stale assorted that the Govcr lors transportation House Bill is designed to eliminate nany of the o This in amended is cur ently being debated en Beacm j Governor Pcabody conimentecl on fte large crowd which turned out the meeting and said it at 6ted to the of the sit whereby many people would seriously alFccted by trie M B hutdown aorl some such as would be left without any Liblic transportation decision n ached by the Town Bathers of the allected communities jo submit permissive legislation al lowing Ihe towns to Ihe B deficit for one year did not crane in For mucii endorsement at jthe meeting and the Governors re larks indicated thai an overall plan solve transportaticn ills through out the Commuiwcallh in a perm anent basis instead oF in jut one locality cti a temporary basis is Ihat is PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 2 and insurance bills were also acted upon at the special MKRCIER INTRODUCES Article introduced by Arnold Mereier of the Building reciiHSted the transfei of appioxi malely one quartLr presently being used by the Highway Depart fi om the town ot Acton to the Library Trustees for the pur pose erecting a library addition and appurtenances plus the necessary side and backyard Mereier out that the Board of the Town and the Highway Department back amount ol Ictlenil aid was to be made available to the State ol Massachusetts and that the Finance Committee would stay abreast of the matter in Ihe event could take advantage ol some of the Federal Grandy also said that the Financj Committee lelt the estimated sevemeen to eighteen per square Fool eon i struction costs Upon icquest of the Building Com aiehi eel Joe was given the Floor to explain the archi tcclural design oF UKexistng builtii ing and the proposed ing a twitter to go through the crowd when he referred to tlie exist ing building as an architectural inj Marvin Tolf of tha Library Trustees presented a resume ol the library needs ol Acton as shown by DELlKiK Ol1 HANDS greeted moderator Janus Kinsley when ho asked tor I ho vote on transferring land from the Highway Depart nunt Im1 a new library The arti cle carried with 200 in favor and Shown in front are seph and Arnold Mereier of the Building BEACON STAFF PHOTO eu the Following brief and stun cussion From trie the LMlts using the Concord Li which needed a twothirds was Frank Oarbarino and Louise put to a show of The meas For the ure carried by a vote of 209 For and kngthly discussion From the floor in which the pros and cons OCONNELL FAVORS uf passage were the article Most of the evening was spent in was put lo a secret vote and passed discussing Article 2 which sought by a vote ol For and 102 and authorization For the j VOTED Building Commit ee to enter into contracts on behalf of the town for SISTER SOMEKV1LLE WOMAN Critically Injured Victim found on ftcton Roadway is Identified Through a Set Of Almost Unbelievable Circumstances Police Have Not Ruled Out SPLIT Town Collector and Treasurer Henrv Soar presented Article li the and lur Tilt HOSLKY MOTKL in Liiiieton iiu on Routes 111 2 A 2 minutes west of liKi 10 miiuites east ol Fort Oeviiis Our Dairy I5ar open daily noontil 10 dishing oF an addition to the Mem orial Library in Acton Superintendent of Schools William OConnell spoke on behalf oF the pas sage of the article slaling the need lor the town library as opposed to usage oF the school library as a town Charles Grandy rec ommended thc article to the town nf The town then unanimously voted asserlmg that ol the sum of road on Mount Hope chase of mechanical accounting When questioned as to how much personnel would be re duced by the Clyde Home stated that it would not reduce the number of persconel but would greatly delay the need for ad ditional The article was then ne sum would he taken from available 1 the remainder to borrowed over iLl L eightyear period to be repaid in PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO Foul Play Possibility I ACTON Ciii I Schoivag of Main Ninth called Acton Poiice Oepni Uncut at Moiuiay lo report that a wcnian was lying iu the road in the of his home and appeared to be cv eiely Police Dllicer Richard Farrell iv sponded lo Ihe call and tianspoiled I the was bleeding From the mouth and ap 1 peaied to be in deep to Km erson Hospital uheii she wa aii The louiut near the woman Ollicer 1 Farrell then retiiiied to Main Street i where a seal eh was inane loi ideii lilication ol the woman 01 the caue ol lifi When neither hei iior i ol what had healion the I victim was turned fhicl an Acton Police Ollice to remain al the hos pital in thi event the unman should leuain At on a nciirosm ue he uctim traiislei red to the Mass Hospital in Ihe liie Department Ambu Oflieer lanell act ompanied was wheeled inl he itllel uellcj wain ol the a lemale patient IreaMiienl identified the victim hi r Thiough idenlilicalion of the positive identity was made I Hose aue who had lived with iler who made the Illeanoi nl l Pu nani Som until two at which time iell the ivideiitv and been heard The it was wasill IV inn lom In am damage aad wa placen on the ci ilical II foul been ruled and Acon poiice of fleer will remain with her aioiioil the ciock in regaincon For Governorship 1 di ic Stan cut inu next air ail set to travel to the pniitieai wais and it thai all backjiig dilleit Inr li mibei lal Madeline ia aunch bjiekii nl MidilleMx Ciirnt Alioiiie John DIOIKA Iatrick Dun ov an i xpided to wnrk lor the nor Francis BeiinMi ievaid NVc appeals to be lean li towaru Governor The lickgales are al eiidini the iiiuomniittcd h Max nard Demociatic Town and to vote as the When iontactid the tha wasnt sni11 she il U y dropped oil bainriii but Pea a riinu Title Tilt Postponed The Big v VICTORY MARKET POWDER MILL MAYNARD til 6 til 8 til 9 CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAK STEAMING CLAMS CHOICE RIB ROAST CHOICE GROUND BEEF 55 Ib C Ib Selectmen Music Festival in 1365 MAYNARH The Selectmen nave Jiigh In Uniative approval for Ihc could not he host there wer WHFA OH WIIKN the alxve pile of water pipe could that is probably what it would cry as the water pipe pictured above was received from the Mas sachusetts Civil Defense Agency some time ago but the Maynard is still awaiting Army red tape clearance to hook it up lo a well on Ihe ammunition dump property and pipe an additional daily water sup ply into the cwns White Pond The clearing through the trees shows the break in the foli age along the White Pond shoreline where the pipe will eventually run into the res ervoir to bolster ils capac it1 i th h a b i I mr eth altr every niea a watt r biiti is abaut to IK clamp d ii the tiuvn winch will cm tail ileitalaii vvii liui1 In imp1 a patial ban tills the DPW i i Vlllcd il 1 10 Wait another Week illmiiH oil wiioi1 on lawa sprinklers prc Vciiliim the wahins nl SAYS WAIT The him Kclaiid thi Wei k at tile BlsiMiilcc ill liianl Mike who aid he waiid tu wait iinniher week 0 ec the nslllnH would coopi and reduce liuir This was vehemently opposed Ccimniissioncr who Rand Parents Club lo tin aheail plans or a parade that will wind through the town during n Massaehnsi Its Mus ic Kitivul to hi illid in Vi The rtsMval iiiKi Mitlli school hands from all OUT Ihe stal tale purt in tluday nuis ic Kaih hand is on its ability an Thon is no iompelitioii Majiuird Mirth has In Ill ralrd in thi highest Mayniitl was sekrlid as the site Ior tin lMi5 IVstiviil ol ils nnl snll icieiit areas Inr ihe haids to Many conmiuniU havi1 hi asked In liiitl moral and uiatiriil snppurt to the ol the The two hour parade which will be hilil Ihe ol the KiStiviil all the hand taking part is xpickd In from Mas nard for Subscribe To The BEACON Patriots Day Scrolls To be Awarded Saturday who ilal mil lh ir Pan ios liikinu Ihe Isaac lil ma n ceive tuin ihi 1 i Iroin 11 I Robert Hum o Captain Davis wii i al Acton liiliHUl An Aclnn In piesi nt in dur i And It Didnt Even Rain MAVNARI Com John was al most mistaken for one of the Uealles last Tuesday night a he gave n demonstration of Ihe twist in the lower cor ridor of the Municipal Uuild ing to the accompaniment of some live twist music that evidently emanated from four Mlive young musicians who were practicing in a house ad jacent to Maynards answer lo the I When Tobins gyrations were questioned by a HEA reporter who happened upon the the rhythmic Commissioner claimed that he was performing an ancient Iawnee Indian rain dance ritual in the hopes of bringing succor to Maynards questionable water j His fellow Mike 1arilone and Jerry did not join him in the ritual bul Don offered to play the part of the medicine was in favor ol imposing a par tial water ban imniediaU He said he did not believe curtailment of watering of lawns would cause any me that a ban which prevmted the watering ot lawns anil noi the of pools and of ears Donl make Tibi1 letoited that il would be a anil it tile ennriiticn wor could be Until IVmmissiomi1 ierald Nee o I Iublic W o i1 k s Den with lo wait a week lo what develops even ibniisih he said he favored an immed iate He stated thai recall wimi he had seen White Pcad so low at tbis time jif I we wixit IKable wail Augiil of this year dnlaiiiig a l MOVTH RAN IN Last a ban was put into el lei I on August M after a week ol cord temperatures tollowinn rnnnths i Tluban last ed until midOctober and at time the water level at White Pond drop I iid to lothe s of the point wli ir would have entered the choking off the flow of Tile of llie present sit nation is the fact that water level is now just 10 Inches above the level it was when tii ban was declared last TURN TO HAGK AIR CONDITIONED Roonn j SWIMMING POOL mil MOTEL Acton CO ven of IHIt illside Il He to Homeowners Monthly Payment aft both InUreit Ilintipal fiinMilldrtte Vour ui In SUMNKK R72494H Call collect Hnv or uiqlit lor DADS DAY IS COMING JUNE 21st Why not buy him something to wear 43 MAIN CONCORD 3692561 ELECTRIC SHAVERS REPAIRED FRANKS West Acton FLOUAL FASHIONS FLORIST Francis Floral Arrangements Flowers wired anywhere Phone CO Acton Speed Reading SUMMER EVENING PROGRAM Fur college stu dents anil ecJlege linuiul school students wlio wish to road better and The KveniiiK Summer Kf iVctive Keailinji Program will provide participants with the skills necessary tu double or triple their present readinK rate improved concentration and For call The Concord Medical Center DO VOl KNOW Our Infants has irown THE HOME GIFT SHOP 502 West Acton Open thru The Largest Shop of ils kind in this area Dont miss the big RODEO COMING JUNE Uth Fun and Thrills foi the entire family Dancing Games Sponsored hy the Maynard Hod and inn Club
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