- Heart worms were not treated as often in the 1950s as they are today, but Brownie was treated a few times. This particular treatment was a series of 14 shots and was rapidly draining his bank account.
- This article claims he’s 14 in 1952, so it’s getting clear that every reporter is guessing at his actual age. 14 was probably the most accurate guess.
- He is again patrolling the streets with the police.
- Ed Budgen, owner of the Daytona Cab Company, is referred to as “Eddie” in this piece.
- I believe that this call for funds raised Brownie’s bank balance by hundreds of dollars (which would be thousands today).
- The article is cut off at the end. Not sure why.
- Fred Langworthy was the author of this piece. He wrote many stories on Brownie for the News Journal. By this point in his career, he was in his 50s. I believe he worked most of his career at the Daytona Beach News Journal.
- Dr. Rawls is again mentioned.