Foreign News: Jab, Jab, Jab

Sharp yelps and long drawn shuddering howls issued last week from a squat building at Mexico City in which the recently enacted dog licensing law was being enforced.

Dog lovers approached nervously with their pets. Each would have to receive a license tag or the untagged dog would be exterminated when caught. "Advanced" Mexican law givers had tied a hypodermic syringe full of anti-rabies serum to the tail of their law. . . .

For days an operating surgeon and his assistant labored: jab, jab, jab. . . .

No dog could be registered until...

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