J. A. MacDOUGALL, M.D., F.R.C.S.Ed

1928 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
OBITUARY 1MZDICAL JOUVxA1 ineanitime this elinic woQrk could most profitably for all concerned be placed in the halnds of private practitioniers. He had a far-seeinig mind, and( many statesmnanlike qualities; and his -saniity of outlook and great experience of health problems were very valuable assets which the Association will sadly miss. Infirmary. We lhave to record with -much regret the death of Dr. A. Mason Joiies, o-ne of the vice-presidents of the Section of Laryngology and Otology at
more » ... y and Otology at the forthcoming Anniual Meeting of the British Medical Association. Although he was the subject of a valvular heart affection from boyhood lie hlad carried on his work with cheerfulniess and spirit until three months ago, when aulricular fibrillation supervened, and he died on June 11th. Archibald Mason Jones was a native of Glamorgan, having been born at Skewen, near Neath, in 1883, and received his; medical education at Ediniburgh University, graduatinig M.B., C.M. in 1909 and proceeding M.D. two
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