Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - December 21, 1929, Lowell, Massachusetts THE LOWELL SUN SATURDAY DI'XIKMHHR 21 BIGGEST SHIP MODEL EVER BUILT, this replica o( ihe old-lime seven-maslcd schooner Thomas Lawson is being sent to England, where it will be exhibited in ihe Science Museum, Soulli Kensington, London. The model, which is over seven feet long, was made by Elmer Tanner of East Boston, Mass. By ihe Assouialet! Press tiiidcr Bcntenee for stealing gems trim; I ho- l.lvermoro nonio. I1UTCHINSON. of (lie girls are wcnrlng Went I'olnt brass buttons as souvenirs. The cor- of the New Voi'U llernld- Tribune wired his that wlien i the Army football sip ail. en t) he west const, a woiku'l hero, one player tosiitt' liU ov. rcoat on a fence When ne ome nil1 K lor it the buttons had vanished. .MEXICO SenoiUa Concep- i cum Treo Anaya is in a hospital. Son- orlta Ksporanza Hernandez dis- llked the Idea of her father paying j attention 10 Henorlla Tona'pclon, therefore she issued a to j a bo.ving match. They met in a cor- ral outside the city. Senorita Ksivr- j hit Senorita dn'cepHon MH! Kenorlta liii Ilie corral. LOS Ilagcn and I.eo Dieccl arc going into the movies together WICHITA, KjiM.-.-OK-nr J. I'. Wctli- lo. who was a captain on the llerinan tSL'neral staff during Ihe will le tomorrow i't James' Pro- testant Uplacop-.il 'he ei-lor -------------of which Is Ihe Ilnv. Oti'i 10. room in llic l.ivermorc mansion at was a In Iho AKF Sands Point, Lout' Island, Wetklo has lived in Wii hlla i'.r two adjoining that of the slock oijerator's years, being professi'.r of modern Ian- mall sons, who have been Kuanl- guages at Friends nnivei'Mltv DAILY mm WILL IT PASS INSPECTION? ed in the past because of kidnapping NEW I.. Uvurmoie s threats. Some of the newspapers home in being Kuariled by Frank suggest ilial llurman's <-mnlo.Hiiem is man, crack pistol shot and athlete. I for protection again.si losers ihe who has resigned ay a N'aBsan conn-; stock markel. or Arthur IJar- ly detective. Gorman sleeps in ry. wlio escaped from prison while THE LA5SE. ARE NOT AT ALL. THEVARE A ROSETTE OF RED LEAVES, INSECTS TOTM5 TINY VELLOW TRUE FLOWER'S WHICH THEY RADIATE. Hot'v -CPEES HAVE THE THIMMEST IN THE WOF3LO, SACiK SO THIN THAT A BPOISE WILL TIWES KILL THE TREE THE GIANT WEAR A TVi'O PEBT IM Joiuttfo WRGOSo-'Vl KL'HIC, Japan--What is as the largest drydock in the world has been completed at the nav.H base here. U can accommodate foi.r ii'.- fJUO-toii cruisers at once There's H'lilg spot on the sun which has been hero at limes with tho' eye. iis dlaineter is about double ibe earili's Yes, Sonic lluinun Beings Chew Their Cud, Just Like Cows HV UK MOitUiH F1S1U1KIX Chewing Ihe cud is usually a fea- ture of ihe life of Iho cow and of other Krass-eatim; animals. Occasion- ally human beings i has- tily I'nteii meals, resiilkalo the food, recln'w H and suallow ii. This proc- ess is calltxl lumiiuulon or mi'ryclsm. j Dr. Charles l-'rancU l.onn has de-1 scribed it iiumhei oC cases whii Ii are! of great interest. In most i I ilu1 food is uncon-1 trollable anil is ajrocintcd with Iro-iniesiinal ilifturbances. However, i an KjjypUan actor, Hadji Ali, caui swallow fifty glasses of water and' without apparent effort bring It right up agiiin. He swallows thirty; hazel nuts and one almond, and hrini'.s tip as many hazel nuts as may tie requested liefore bringing up the almond is probably a trick with Ihe almond held in the monlli ami Ihe hazel nuts rosai'Kitated. lie also swallmv.s three handker-' I chiefs of different colors and brings j up ihe colors selected in order. The imCBtigalors are convinced that he1 I holds In his mouth and that Ihey are differently flavored so that he swallows them in the reverse or- of the1 requested regurgltallon. j lir swallowed a pin! of water and :i ball pint of coal oil, stands Lowell Man Gels Six Years in Relormalory Uncle Given Stale Prison Term i (Special to Tlie Sun.) I HAST CAMHUIUUE, Dec. Chester K. Cuinmings of Lowell was] I sentenced to six years in the Mas- sachusetts reformatory at Concord for assault upon Mrs. Cora K. Hob- i erls of Manchester, ii., and two counts charging theil and unlawful use of an auto owned by John J. Mitchell of .Manchester was filed, by Judge Frederick Kosdick in Middle- 1 superior court this aflernoon. Warren K. Tilton of l-ynn, his un- j cle. was sentenced to from 1C to 15 j .j years in state's prison for the as-' j sanll, an equal sentence tor rubbery I of SI.US from Mrs. Roberts, and two and a half to four years for larceny of the automobile. A complaint acninst him tor unlawful use of the auto was filed. j Tilton and Cummlngs were found gulltv by a jury Wednesday morning ftftev a sensational trial which began j Monday, and in which confUctinc Elorles of an automobile ride by the four principals were told. ry" A (f n Tickled Peaches Nothing is finer to garnish fried chicken, lamb chops or breaded veal cutlet than pickled peaches. FASHION PLAQUE A picturesque hat for southern wear Is of natural crinol, with Interefltln'g treatment of the front brim to give the off-lhe-face the stage success, looks even more promising as a movie, if the way fiery Lupc Vclez, shown above, plays tlio title role ii a criterion. SIDE GLANOiS six feol from a burning i nudle, and Ihen regurgitates Uu; oil wliit-li bursts into flanu1 a a it approaches tlu.1 I'.itiftlr. Finally wmor. wlilch is llian tlio voal nil, t'Odius 1 nloiii; ijiul jnils nut fire. Infants rcgurpitato or rniniiiate ervsior ihaii do atlnHs, Thp ia 1'n.jiahly about by Jiehten- inp 'lie museles of tin1 abdomen and of the sldui.K'h. docs not seem to be any sp-rial or i haracter (if Ihe stomarli which permits Ihis pent ess. (Ihvhuislv this LK one ut' Ihone triilis of development of muscula- ture, such as in accomplished by those who learn to wiggle the ears or do other muscular performances which aro easily performed by low- er airmals. but which have been lost in the human. THE BONE AND SINEW s Tlie readers of THE SUN are the bone and sinew of Lowell. They are practically all Lowell people who have helped to make the city what it is. They earn their living in Lowell; they spend their money in Lowell; they are the main support of the Lowell merchants. SUN readers are not in the habit of running to Boston for their supplies. They trade at home. They are the largest body of newspaper readers in the city, and few of them read any other paper because they don't need to. There is only one way for the merchant to reach this large, thrifty, industrious and intelligent body of readers, and that is through the columns of THE SUN. LOWELL'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.