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   Assabet Valley Beacon (Newspaper) - June 25, 1964, Acton, Massachusetts                                S S XV B E T VALLEY VOLUME NUM15ER 17 ASSABET VALLEY BEACON 1 I Price 10 cents Acton Land Bill Gets New Look In Senate Transit Bill Saves the Dav TELL ALL Senator Olsen Files BusMysteryWoman is New Legislation At Shutdown Still Unconscious The Canceled As Police Probe Pictured above are the fire charred remains of the Powder Mill Restaurant on Powdermill Road m Maynard alter it was ravaged by flames early this past Sunday The damage at the restaurant owned by Joseph Stuart ol Acton was estimated at by Maynard Fire Department BEACON STAFF PHOTO Raging Blaze Wrecks Havoc At Powder Mill Restaurant Fire Out Of Control Partment was on a standby basis j covering lor Maynard in case of ani TrUCkS Arrive Iotllel file elsewhere in the i Assistant Fire Chief Gruber said the Maynard force got all the help it When asked whether the water pressure was Gruber stat1 ed k was and that it was no prob lem to Ihe The cause of the blaze is not known at the i present time but the State Fire Ail NonEssential Uses Of Water Curtailed MAYNARD As of to Mavnard MAYNARD The general alarm fire that swept through the Powder mill Restaurant on loute 62 in the early hours of Sunday rooming caused an estimated S150 000 dam according to Assistant Fire Chief Martin Gruber said the fire is believed to have started on the second The flames laged through lhe two story restauiant for two and a half hours beloie being brought miner Gruber reported the alarm was rung at but the fire was out of contiol by that A passing motorist saw Ihc flames and stualt Aconi owner drove to the station to give the i of Stuarts IntelnationI thing but healtn aiKI al Jewelry Store in Maynard Cen needs CRISIS WORSENING Powder Mill Restaurant was Dpw quickly formerly Uncle Pete Carbcnes until Stuart purchased it last Acton units to respond to the alarm were Engine six and Lander Copter Downed in Acton rrjm South Acton a fun i company1 of sixteen They were en the scene and fif teen minutes loot of i A garage fire that broke out dur ing the Povor Mill was by the Wes Acton Fire Lowers The Boom Water Ban Hits Maynard Hard MAYNARD Tie shutdown ol Middlesex Boston Sreel Railway Cnmpany bus service for MayHard and eleven other cotiimmitios sclied nlcd to bigin Tin1 lay was a viMted this past as panys Board of Directors met and voted to stay in The reason given for the decision 1 to continue operations was that tin State House passage of Governor Peaboclys mass transportation liill has changed the situation and offers hope tor transportation companies I that have been operating at a defi ANNOUNCKS William Chairman o 1 the M Bs Board of in formed lovemor Peahorly of the Hoards action and tin n notilied the Lndjr the terms of the now mass transportation private Iran companies can apply for term loans to purchase new ACTON Rose Evelyn who was toitnd lying on Main in Noith Aclon on tinmorniiii ol i severely injured anu remains on tiniiiiical liii al Geivial Tin1 woman who i trauma caused by a blow or a has still not regained and so has been unable to tell the Aclon Police what bileli t When the woman cairien no and was only idcnlilud by a s set of As wonian was rolled into tinemcigency ward of tin Massachusetts General her ACTON The far from steady course of the Acton Industrial Development Commissions prison farm bill through the waning days of the current legislative session tn Beacon Hill has even veteran reporters scratching their heads but the stains juo can best he described by saying that the Acton Commission is about to settle for half u loaf is better than none and look with favor upon a Senate revised verson of their original bill which is virtually assured of becoming law before the legislators pack up their attache cases and fade away from the Beacon Hill until after the bells toll in the New NKW DIFFKRKXT The Acmi Marshalls office has heen called in to according to This is not There were no The build ing was empty when the tire hi oke i morrow The Iiie probably started shorti residents will be iaced with ly after the last patrons i a fuu scnie Water ban prohib The restaurant is owned by lhe use of watelfor any the to Acton and Concord ments were called in Maynard The Fire Depart to assist the Sudlniry De i The rolling stock and thev can also ail i i a i r i i el their home in Snmervi Ic two I ply to the stale lor financial aid in yield is the level at which air be the case of i nreaiistic I months prioi and had not been heard to be sucked into the intake Tlvj cost ol new program is Imm causing a vacuum and clink beng borne by a two cnl a gallon 51 oil This increase in the talcs gasoline low watei limit is thirty inches This will cover llii pircenl ol lhe ex above the intake according to penit and the remaining Ul percent provided is slated to be borne by Jhe cities and towns jnclvided m the transportation NOT IN DISTRICT and BIX boro annot Included in nv new dis lying just outide its bound Concord the Iarlhesl went town in the nw I ACTON A privately owned helicopter with engine trouble made an emergency landing in Malcolm Dunns field on Taylor Road at this pas Tuesday after After on the scene attempts to repair the craft it was left in the field over night and trucked away the The copter is owned by lhe Fitchburg Paper Selectmen Discuss Legal F66S Behind Closed DOOrS approved the declaration of a ban at their ing Tuesday order ing it be put into operation lomor low i The Commissioners action vva taken in i espouse to a rapidly wor Kiiiing water crisis which saw thi level at White Pond plunge to within an inch and a half of he level at i which the ban was declared on July 31 of last As of June 27 last the watei stood at 27 and a half in dies above low water i When the ban was declared on July 62 AIR CONDITIONED Rooms SWIMMING POOL onmriliaii MOTEL Acton CO 37765 FLORAL FASHIONS FLORIST Francis Floral Arrangements Flowers wired anywhere Phone CO 34752 Main Acton The Maynard Se behind closed doors i Tuesday nigh to discuss court and j legal fees with Town Paul i Last month the Selectmen re quested extra funds from the Fij nance Committee to defray legal fees and couit The town has heen fighting a suit brought by the Arcaro Construction Company j involving alleged delays in the conj struction of the new Municipal Buildi ing which the Arcaro Company i claims resulted through Hie fault of the town of j In anoher the town recently i won a judgment against the Tomyls on Powdermill Road for an alleged violation of the building Town Paul re ceives a salary of a year from the plus a day for each day in It is in anticipation of further legal expenses that Hie Se lec men are seeking additional of last The low the water was All Is Not Well SAVE MONEY BUSCEMIS Market 179 MAIN STREET MAYN1RD SMOKED SHOULDERS Save BROILERS Save TO mAW LEAN BOILED HAM SaveSOc Top Round STEAK Save 20c RUMP STEAKS SaveSOc Special for the Week KRUEGER BEER case MAYNARD The Planning Board failed for the second successive time to get a quoium last Tuesday Planning Board members Char les McDonald and Richard Stone weie the only ones Robert LaHuii arrived but by that titne McDonald had Neither Roaicl Carlo Mistretta nor Kevin put in an The failure of Mistretta to he present at the las two meetings prompted LaRtie to state that he would like to know what the Chairmans future plans Whether he plans to icsign or Since being elected to the Plii i ning 1aRue has been out clashing with on i engineering specilicatioas i h the i SENT WORD In nidiring the ban put into l all throe Commissioneis were in favor of Mike Bari ione not present due to illness but his son calkci to say the Board a Par lone had previously delayed de claring a ban two weeks At hat s To bin and Nee favoud an voted to go along with Barilone for a week to see if Last week all three Commissioners were in voi of holding off on the strength reports by Supei in ciKicnt Dm Lent who stated tlat the water level had held its j This past the level i has been dropping at the rate of a hailinch a and it was decided not d delay The ban conies a full belnre the date it was put into effect in Tin1 ban prohibits Ihe watering of washing of cais and filling of swimming It does not in terfere with commercial which uiay the use of water in their FORLORN 110PK Tin 07 lose bid to have ITi nv Rclormalory larm land Id for Ildustiia purpoM li lally reached the Hour rif vcic faced with the half a bcifr than none pt ion Nitons Stale Oi sen H ol subs ituted a herself a patient al lliihns new Sinale Bill to re idintilicd her and told Police place Ihe Aitun luiiutrial Cnmmis the thirtyyear old woman had original The liill differs from Ac Ion Vfisiun in that it dcignates the Correction Department and the S i Dopaitincnt ol Public Woiks to sell acres ol land raihiT than the e Acton Police have lulcd out i town ol Iin the sale possibility of the woman being by a motor vehicle or heinn from moving vehicle but Kven if the original bill were liroughl hack to it would have to o back to the Houso and start all again because of Olseils action n submitting an entiiely new liill concerning a subject already part and parcel of a previous LIIKI Hit iovernnr HAD si sii I jits dition has not hern ostabli h of Tin1 possibility been considered a a ibility uiid the Police up ev ery stllilianc ilis Kennedy Anthony Second Hopeful Will Battle Anthony For Nomination EATON lime Fears Council The number of tin State Koprescntatives post in the new Kith Middlesex District com prising and Hudson has now to five with the announcement by Thcviias i Kennedy of Mudsdti indicating his dcciion to the Republican nom of a ban indicates the DPW has niven up hope j that the Suclbury which the j town has been nego iatinfi to i will be in operation soon enough to offer much It was originally beFeved that the well would he sup plying water by early PLEASE TURN TO PAGE TWO Delmonico is Named to New Fowler Principalship MAYNARD night At their Tuesday the Mavnaid School appointed Peter Del a number pushed lor j Board on fore ol He quicker action by business that comes he Subscribe to the BEACON Assistant Principal of the Kmerson Junior High to the post of Principal of tie newly cre ated Ciuyor Vowler Klementary Delmonico will also continue to serve in the capacity of Junior High Thomas Kennedy WE WILL NOT BE OPEN ANY EVENINGS DURING JULY AND AUGUST 43 MAIN CONCORD 3692561 TO OPPOSK ANTHONY Frank Anthony of Stow had al ready announced his candidacy for the primary nod in Sepu m her and three Maynanl Albert Aloxanian Un ion Raymond Dumas of May and former Hudson i Francis Murpiiy arc competing lor their partys nominal CAMPAIGN PLANKS a former member of the Hudson Planning Board and a muii her of the RepuhLcan Town Com millet for Iie past told the HKACON thai will cam paign on the program of providing more from the State uealinnal Board for these students who ill dcsiious and capable of iio to His campaign platform also includes the advocacy of a Suite spmorcd boys and girls club in the HHh District so thai y rs may grow up in an al mosphiTe of physical FATHER OF FIVE Kennedy is iiiarrid to the former Nancy MacDmald and is the lather ol five The own tillImnie n which they residi at 111 River Street in The hopeful is a veteran ol World War having served in the United and he at tended the Bostcn Public Marlboro High Night and the Franklin Institute of lie is a number of the Hudson Aerie of the Order of Eagles and the lludun American In I Kill and IW2 he was a dele gale to tile Republican State Con KiTinedy told HKACON thai I mil I will do my very best to improve our district for both ihe home owner and Ihe huskies Whfi the BEACON informed Frank Anthony of Stow of Kennedy candidacy for thi1 nomina the Stow candidav who must battle Kennedy for the nod Im glad to hear of another can Its good in dicates and as it should Hid tile EATON SEES State John R ol Concoi whoe ill Iricl will tiikiin Aclon alter In coming January 111 lear thyt under lhe woiuing ol the new the Depailmeii could sit on their in the mat ei ol i liing the land and tin enougii inMnence coniij be on the to block piospective sales engcuileieil by the the Aeiiio hum trial I both Acton1cm rent Vertun Fklcliei Ri of Chelmsloid and the Aclon omillLsion will push loi new half a loal bill because the end of this years legislative session i so close Ilia any atlempl In ieub mit iiie original bill would probably inn out ol Ihi1 linuelement lias become an all important laclor Olsens action ol filing a comnleUlv new bill meant that the new measure back to the House uf Kepicseiil atives and that bodys Ways ami Means Committee and llle bill must be voted by the I louse and then come back to the Senate and go through the entire legislaive process that the Acton Commissions oiiginal bill uid seveial months new bill The De Dl Collection and the State ol Public Works are TlRN TO PAGE TWO ELECTRIC 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