Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 4
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 4

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
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PAGf 4 TUCSON D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, PENNEYS COOL, COOL · Dacron* polyatter and wool · Shadow chcckttSoiidt! Miniature checks . . . slub checks · NtwcoksHhocludifjf oliv* itankth«mintheniach?n*; · Little or no ironirif · Snap* retaining for travel 10 deftcM copkrjjiside MY THE MOST CONVENIENT Choose from thousandk of cool tropical pants* nwny «thers» t». P«y L Regular 2. Time Wtist sires 29 to 42, and extra sizes, 44 to 48 many other summer slacks * prked from 4.98 to 12,95 Dr. Leo J. Kent Dies Of Cancer Dr. Leo J. Kent, prominent in"Tucson medical and civic organizations, died at his home yesterday of Hodf- kin's disease, a form'of cancer. He.was 46. V He had continued a full practice until only a few days ago. His death ended a 10-year battle against the usually fatal disease. Dr. Walter Hilemin, president of the Pima County Medical Society, iisued the tallowing statement for the society: "Dr. Kent's response to a grave disease with a known- fatal prognosis was to all his colleagues a daily source, of strength. His courageous fight, hi; devotion to ils family and patients, his selfless service to the Pima County Medical Society, and the Tucson community, constitute a living memorial from which we may all be long inspired." Specializing, in^ internal medicine, Dr. Kent came to Tucson in 1*46 from Evanston, 111. He lived at- 4215 E. Cooper St. He was, born in Detroit, Mich. He was a graduate of Northwestern University where he was- a first-string end' on the- football team. He was a member ef Nu Sigma NuSnedical fraternity. He received his 'medical degree from Northwestern Medical School in 1941 and served as intern and recidtat physician at Evanston Hbspital , Dr. ~ Kent served with the U.S. Marine Corps in the South Pacific for three yean during World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart and the Distinguished Service Medal. He was presented with an Award of Merit by Northwestern as one of the two alumni who contributed the most to the war effort. Dr. Kent was instrumental in forming the Pima Comity Medical Legal Panel and was a member of the Pima County Medical Society Grievance Committee. He was a past president of the Pima County Medical Society. He had served as chairman of the Public Relations committee for the Arizona State Medical Society and was a charter member of the Medical Society of the United States and Mexico. He was a past member of .the board of directors of the Arizona Blue Cross and also a past member of .the board of directors of the Tucson Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Kent served 0n the Citizens-Committee for Hospital Planning In Tucson. He .had been honored with mem' berahlp* hi Sigma Xi, national scientific fraternity, for his research on dicumarol. He was a Fellow of the American Medical Assn. Surviving are his wife, Bonita; a daughter, Kathy Ann, and a ·on, Tyler John, all of Tucson; his mother, Mrs. Leopold A. Kot- cinaki, and a sister, Mrs. Marion Carey, both of Chicago. The family requests that any remembrances be made in the form of contributions to the building funds of either Tucson Medical Center or St. Mary's Hospital, or blood donations to the American Red Cross. Private funeral services were scheduled at the Arizona Mortuary chapel at 4 p.m. today. Memorial services, will bt hlid »f I p.m. Wednesday at the Mountain View Presbyterian Church. Dl. LEO J. KENT Woman Hurt In Plunge Off A Mountain A Tucson woman who was injured when her car phingtd 152 feet down A Mountain yesterday morning is in fair condition at St. Mary's Hospital today. Mrs; Frieda DcMadona, 4t, of 125 W. Ajo Way, suffered fracture of 'both legs, lacerations and bruises. She is believed to have fainted at the wheel of her two4oor sedan while rounding Panorama circle near the top Of A Mountain. There .is no barrier at the' point where the car left the road. Mrs. DeMadona crawled or was thrown six feet from her car. Her husband, Dor* DtMadana, believes she may have suffered a recurrence of fainting spells jh* had two years ago. Electronics Will Hurt Tax Chiwlert NEW YORK-UH--There just isn't any future for the guy'-who . likes to pad his lax deductions even a trifle. Soon electronic machinery will check taxpayer's Veturns against the records ef his employer, savings banks, dividend paying corporations, mortgage holders and everyone with whom he has had any financial dealing, according to Thomas G. Higgins, president of the New York State Society of CPA's. EVERY DAY IS LADIES' DAY Worrwn art mad* to fttl at horn* K»r«. Wt tak* sptcial car* of tktir particuUr banking noads and w* wtlcom* tha op- portun'rfy of htlping tk*m. OXTX.Y FREE'.'.VPARKINS C«ch «ccow»t mund «· $10jOOO by ri4ril Papotil Ifmmmo C^t

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