News Story: Graduated with great distinction, 1916. Published his first medical book, 1925 on Blood Supply of the Heart. Studied under renowned professors in London, UK. Earned a reputation as a pathologist and heart specialist, and was appointed to Brownsville Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. and Pathologist in Mt. Sinai Hospital, N. Y. Was on his way via United Airlines flight to a conference at a Southern California University, snow storm caused the crash into a mountain between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Salt Lake City, Utah. His parents lines at 5380 Park Ave., Montreal.
Editor's column 'Day In - Day Out' written by I. R. (Israel Rabinovitch). Montreal Jewish community in mourning at the loss of a great and famous scientist. In recent years he was associated with some of the greatest hospitals in the United States, but had along ties with our city and followed affairs here closely, having many friends and acquaintances here from youth. Dr. Gross was one of the most famous heart specialists in the world, and had published a book on that subject that made him renowned in the world of medicine. Until recently he was chief pathologist in Mt. Sinai in New York, and was about to take up a professorial appointment in a large hospital in Los Angeles, Calif. He lost his life in the air plane crash, on his way there. He was besides a researcher and scientist, a faithful Jew. He loved using his fluent Yiddish, his mother-tongue; and devoted to his parents and family.