Animals: Idol in Temple

When fire gutted the important buildings of Chicago's Union Stock Yards & Transit Co. last May the old pavilion which since the Century's turn had housed the International Live Stock Exposition also went up in flames (TIME, May 28). Would the Exposition be held this December? Union Stock Yards' testy old Board Chairman Frederick Henry Prince, whose interest in animals was materially increased when he bought heavily into Armour & Co. (TIME, Dec. 25 1933). answered "by cable from Paris: EXPOSITION MUST TAKE PLACE ON SCHEDULE. At...

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