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(DOG CAMPAIGN
IS REQUESTED
Eradication of Rabies Is
Asked by Fort Brown
Army Officials
Cooperation of civil health au
thorities of Brownsville has been
requested by Fort Brown medical
department to aid in the eradica
tion of dogs infected with rabies,
according to a letter irom Will C.
Griffin, D. V. M , captain of veteri
nary corps of Fort Brown.
During the pasi year eight cases
of rabies affecting dogs have been
presented to the Fort Brown hos
pital, and with the exception of
three rases, all have been from the
city of Brownsville.
“Two of your citizens have been
bitten and the child and another
citizen are now undergoing treat
ment,” Captain Griffin says In his
letter.
Existing army regulations call
for the close cooperation of the
Army medical department with the
civil health authorities, and the
prompt notification of these offi
cials upon the discovery of any
communicable disease which Is
/ likely to become an epidemic in
^ 'heir vicinity, it was explained. The
idea of such notifications is that
proper steps be taken in order to
eradicate the disease and adopt
such control measures as are
necessary.
Owing to the prevalence of this
canine disease in this locality and
the necessity of its eradication,
drastic steps should be taken, the
local army physician pointed out.
Vaccination of dogs has been re
quested for protection, and state
laws now exist which call for such
vaccination of every dog in a vicin
ity in which rabies are known to be
present.
“There are various groups of peo
ple in other sections of our coun
try that are grasping every oppor
tunity to spread the news of exist
ence of dreaded animal communi
cable diseases in the Valley and
communicate such information to
prospective residents of its exist
ence.” Capt. Griffin continued.
Owners of dogs which are being
treated are Henrietta Price, S. A.
Nietert and J. L. Kowalski Labor
atory results received on tt> Nei
tert and Kowa’ski cases show that
the persons were bitten and are
undergoing treatment now.
Baptist Women To
Meet Next Friday
(Special to The Herald.)
SAN BENITO. Oct. 9—The nine
teenth annual meeting of the Low
er Rio Grande Valley Baptist Wo
men's Missionary union will con
vene at the First Baptist church
here et 10 o' clock Friday morning
with approximately 200 delegates
on hand, it is stated by those in
charge of arrangements.
The dav will be devoted to busi
ness of the union while the night
/Vssion, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
feVill be in charge of the young
q woman's auxiliary of San Benito.
Prominent Baptist women from
all over the Valley are on the pro
gram. including Mrs. F S Robert
son of San Benito, president of
the South Texas Baptist associa
tion.
Fruit Sterilization
Planned by Exchange
Experiments with citrus fruits
are to be carried on at the Browns
b> ville unit of the Texas Citrus Fruit
Growers Exchange in the old rice
mill building in regard to steriliza
tion in case of Mexican fruit fly
infestation end in coloring fruit.
M. B Parker, sterilization exnert
with the plant quarantine and
control administration, has been
sent here to do this work.
Acrommoda'ions and puiiomerp
for this work are expected to be
ready within a week or ten days
Sterilization of Florida frui* was
resorted to during the Mediter
ranean fruit, fly infestation there
The work h«re will be in the nature
of preparedness although there ir
no infestation by the Mexican fly ir
the Valley.
Tickets Going Fast
To Tipica Concert
<Special »o The Herald '
HARLINGEN. Oct. 9.—A steady
kale of '.'rif ts to the two perform
ances rj he given in the Valley
Fair Parle r-uditorium here Mon
day by Torreblanca's Tipica or
chestra from Mexico City is re
ported at the chamber of 'om
merco. Sale* are being made
through the mail and by telephone
also.
The orchestra begins its Amer
ican tour here. Its forte is typical
Mex; an music played by native
musna.is. The orchestra’s renu
is -a 'irid wide
hat The Normal
Man Should Weigh
Ages 45 to 49
According to Leonard Williams.
M. D, a sifted writer on Obesity—
a mans normal weight at ages 45
to 48
5 Ft. 7 Inches 156 Pounds
5 Ft. h “ 161
5 Ft. 9 167 -
5 i - 10 “ 172
5 Ft. 11 “ 178 "
6 "t. 0 ** 184
6 Ft. 1 ** 191
6 Ft. 2 ** 198
These weights include ordinary
Indoor clothing. Get on the scales
i.nd see if you ere overweight and
hon much.
The Modern way to take off fat is
known rs the Kruschen Method—
and 1* well worth a four weeks trial.
Cur '*ui pies, cakes, pastry and
ice ererm for 4 weeks—go light on
potatoes, butter, cheese ervam and
.* ;g»r—eat moderately cf lean meat,
rhiden. fish, salads, green vege
table anc fruit—take one half a
n of Kruseben Salts in a
glass of hot water every morning
before breakfast-don t miss a
morn in?
an cent bottle of Kruschen
4 weeks—get it at McKays’
Pharma;- or ary drug store in
the world. adv.
OBSERVE BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY
NICK H McCARTY,
President and General Manager.
Nuk McCarty energetic founder
of the Valley Jitney Jungle stores,
i tomorrow with employees of that
organization will celebrate the third
anniversary of this Valley business.
Here is the story now being told'
Three years ago Nick H McCarty
and one man came to the Valley
and opened their first Jitney Jungle
! store. The original investment was
about $15,000 and today four busy
Jitnev-Jungle stores with a person
nel of thirty capable well-trained
EDINBURG MAN
ESCAPES DEATH
FREDERICKSBURG. Oct. 9—. P
—Death looked at Coy Tisdell, 23
year-old flyer of Edinburg, yester
day. and decided to let him live
Tisdeil, flying a light, open-cockpit
airplane in which he had made i
forced landing on the fair grounds
here, was attempting a short take
off when the plane failed to gain
altitude and caught in a web of
high tension electrical wires.
Thousands of volts of electricity
crackled with blinding flashes
about <s plane for a few moments.
The short circuit which was created
I caused an automatic switch at the
plant to shut off the current.
Tisdell remained quietly in the
j plane until rescued by linemen. He
j was unharmed.
Tisdell and Gus Manhart. alsc
of Edinburg and owner of the
j plane, were flying from Brownwood
to San Antonio when they decided
to land here at the fair grounds,
fearing the plane's gasoline supply
was low. Then they learned tha*
a regular landing field was only
two miles distant.
Manhart remained on the ground
in order to lighten the plane and
! Tisdell was attempting a take-off
j from the short runway when the
accident occurred.
Glass is transparent because its
molecular structure is such that it
permits the light rays to pass
j through 'without regular defusion of
:he light.
WALTER t; .I LOU AY.
Vice-Pres. and Asst. Gen. Mjr.
s.
grocery and market men attest the
popularity of this institution which
supplies the necessities of life daily
to U wsands of Valley families. Jit
j ney-Jungle also maintains Its own
; warehouse and their investment to
day totals over $75,000.
The remarkable growth of this
popular grocery system can be at
: trlbuted to the fact that Valley fam
! die* appreciate their quality food
stuffs carried in Jitney-Jungle
stores. *
Nick McCarty and every member
of the Jitney-Jungle organization
are loyal Valley boosters. Last year
I the Jitney-Jungle stores featured a
! demonstration of Valley products in
| ail their stores and Valley grown
products are always given prefer
ence over products offered from the
other sections of the country as
Nick McCarty and all of his store
managers sincerely believe that the
vegetables and fruit produced in our
Valley are superior to any other
brands consistent with prices offer
ed
Celebrating their third anniver
sary in the Valiev, all four of the
Jitney-Jungle stores located in Har
! linren, San Benito. Brownsville and
McAllen, will stage a six-day $50,000
i anniversary sale beginning Satur
, day, October 11, ending Friday, Oc
j teber 17.
Thrifty-minded women of the
Valley will find this announcement
j in Friday afternoon's Brownsville
j Herald.
‘Invaluable’ Say
Society Women
MELLO-GLO Face Powder Is pre
ferred by beautiful women because
it leaves no trace of flakiness, pasti
ness or irritation. Stays on longer—
no shiny noses! Made by a new
French process — prevents large
pores. Spread more smoothly—gives
a youthful bloom. Very pure. Use
MELLO-GLO Face Powder. It's
wonderful —Cisneros Drug Stores.
aav.
Legion Clubhouse
Committee Named
(Special to The Herald.'
HARLT *3EH, Oct. 9 —S. Finley ■
Ewing, chairman of the committee'
in charge of plans for a Legion
tlubhouse here, has named Dr. J.
A. Crockett, Paul Brown, and Har
old Looney and Hugh Ramsey as
othe members of the group.
Now is the time—
before bad weather sets in, to put
on a dependable set of Dayton
Thorobreds — tough, heavy,
gripping tread that matches the
most powerful motor on slippery
, pavement or bad roads.
Safety
Long Life
and
Beauty
i
as found in
no other tire
The World’s Most Distinguished Tire
Why be satisfied with an ordinary product
when the best costs no more — and proves
much cheaper in the end?
HICKS RUBBER Co.,
Inc.
Phone 512 9th and Elizabeth
THE THRILL OF YOUR LIFETIME
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The
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