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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California Cancer Kills Cantor's CHILDREN PERISH Girl, Marjorie HOLLYWOOD Comedian Eddie Cantor's eld- est daughter, Marjorie, 44, died Sunday of cancer. The famed comedian, who has been ailing several years, was placed under sedation. Miss Cantor'and her four sisters had provided a running gag for Cantor1 during his radio-television days when he would lament that he had no sons. But his affection for his five daughters was well known. MISS CANTOR had suf- fered from the disease the past two years and entered Cedars of Lebanon Hospital last March 26 for the second time in a year. She and her sisters the news of her .affliction from Cantor and his wife, Ida until March, when her con dition became grave. Both Cantor and his wiff suffer from heart ailments. Only the sisters, Mrs Natalie Metzger of Los An geles, Mrs. Edna McHugh o Malibu, Calif., Marilyn Canto of New York and Mrs. Jane Gari, also of New York, were at Marjorie's bedside when death came. MARILYN SAID, "She1 had cancer for two years. Wi knew about it but we kept i >from daddy and mother unti seven weeks ago when sti' entered the hospital." Cantor's doctor said th banjo-eyed comedian was un able to speak to anybody. Marjorie served for year as her father's secretary am PHILADELPHIA Mommy will put out the fire .Everything will be all ght Mrs. Dorothy Stocker, 38, eassured her five children these words Sunday hen a fire started in her bed i the family's third-floor West Philadelphia apartment. She tried to extinguish the ames with a pillow and pans MARJORIE CANTOR Succumbs at 44 was a writer. She contributed articles to many magazines and traveled extensively with her parents. Funeral arrangements wen pending. 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