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Sundance, Wyoming
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January 6, 1932     The Sundance Times
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e)i !I lg W h. !!o THE TIMES, SUNDANCE, WYOMING, JANUARY 7, 1932. Improvements at the Hialeah Race Track Here are seen lhe walking ring and some of tile new stables which are included In the Improvements at the racing plant at llialeah, Fla., close to M am . The walk ins ring. an innovation in this country, is designed so that the patrons of the races may look over (lie horses prior to each race. Winter Barracks for Evicted Miners This photograph shous one of the new barracks, each tmving two rooms, that have Just been erected for the evicted striking miners of Coverdale, Pa., by L. G. Alt mayer, a Pittsburgh produce broker. At the left are some of the tents that sheltered tt~e miners and their families before the barracks were erected. Trophy for he Champion Cowboy Frederick Willard Potter, Sculptor, with his clay model for "'ltung Up," which will be the trophy given the champion cow~y of 1932. The piece I of Sculpture shows a cnwboy thrown from his horse with hts foot caught In the stirrup, tugging at his gun in an attempt to save himself by shooting the horse. CHICAGO FORWARD I f t ' Marshall Dziuhanik, forward on the University of Chicago basketball team, ls one of the best players in thai bunch. LEGION COMMANDER Japanese Inspect Trophies of War Japanese troops that return from the unofficial war in Manchuria carr.~ I}aek to Tokyo quanUtles of trophies In the way of captured weapons. Same 4ff them on exhibition In the capital are ~ being Inspected by civilians blrs. H. W. Brink is commander el the American Legion post of Delavan, Ill., and Is the first woman to ht,ld such a position. She served In the World war as an army nurse in France. Another Sign 'Business must be picking up, Mrs. Greene." 'What makes you think so. Mrs. Browne?" "I bought a dress yesterday nd my basimnd never asked me what l imtd for IL"--Chlcago News. l, OLD DUTCH BIBLE FOUND IN DELFT Discovered by Chance in Church Archives. Just by chance what ts said (o be the first Dutch I;ihle ever printed has boon found in the arciiix'eg of the Delft branch .f the Dutch Eible so- ci,qy. It wqs published at Delft tn ]177 hy Jaeoh Jnv.h~on and Mflllri- 'i llR Yonl'lnlg~t)on, xl'ho f'gl Ffl O from Mhl,leHnlr;.'. TIt- vtdlltno will I)e SiloWn at ,'1 |~(]~!o o,:~ib!tion to he Imh] at I).if~ r--n.Tlw printer, ac- cording to the hi~lory (,f lho I,.)k wa~ doea~,i~ah,d f-r h'~ daring en- hotels, ships, seamen's houses and charitable institutions. It spreads leaflets in which atten- tion Is called to special texts for special cases. L~ has caused the scriptures to be printed In Braille for the blind ant] in four millimeter type for the short-sighted. "I was very mu,,h Impressed by tht: candor with which the American so- ciety's prolmgandists are holding their meetings amid the hurrying crowds of New ~ork in ~;llCil central l)laoos au W,H1 ~treet layin~ their Iliblgs ~lt (he he(*ls of .'qamn)-n him- self," said J. F. Wcstorman, the l)!ltr'h sociely's reprps(,ntativo here. ! "lhl! the I)utoh society also Is- re;ich- ilgz till ::t)t'illI ohlssr,sL flu work. how- ever, is strictly cor)fint.d to making: torl)rise in l)r.dut.ip.'-." the bo()k. I/()(,k t)f I'ook~+ Ill,lit,l. kl)o'?,'n: it does The lluleh l)Jh!o ~,,