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December 26, 1980 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-26

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THE iniiRthi

Gravity's Effect on Embryos
Studied by Hebrew U. Staff

JERUSALEM — The
earth's force of gravity is in-
dispensable for the proper
development of an embryo
in the early stages of differ-
entiation, according to re-
search done by Hebrew
University Zoology Prof.
Hefzibah Eyal-Giladi.
Differentiation is the
process by which the divid-
inr- e-, rtilized egg develops
rl
arious cells, each de-
stined to become a different
organ: Without differentia-
tion, the fertilized egg, in-
stead of developing into an
embryo, would only give
rise to layers of identical
cells.
The influence of gravity
on this process gives the de-
veloping embryo its axis of
symmetry and determind
ti cation of the different
bony regions — the head at
one end, the posterior part
at the other and so on. Only
those organisms which have
a circular symmetry, such
as the starfish, might de-
velop without this axis
being defined.
The decisive influence of
gravity on the early differ-

Dr. Huldah Fine

Dr. Huldah Fine, retired
district administrator in the
Detroit Public Schools, died
Dec. 20 at age 80.
Dr. Fine earned three de-
grees, including a doctorate,
from Wayne-State Univer-
sity. She held her post in the
school syStein for 40 years
prior to her retirement in
1966. She was a consultant
for human relations at WSU
and at the University of
Michigan.
She was a past president
of the Detroit branch of the
Women's International
League for Peace and Free-
dom, a past president of the
board of the Detroit General
Hospital Service League
and a trustee of the hospital.
She also was a member of
the Friends of the Detroit
Public Library and WSU
Alumni Association and
program chairman of the
Detroit Round Table of
Christians and Jews.
She leaves a brother,
Herman.

In Blessed
and Beloved Memory
of Our Dearly
Departed

LILY
MARGOLIS

/ho passed away
Dec. 28, 1966. Sadly mis-
sed and forever in our
hearts. Her loving chil-
dren, grandchildren
great-
.Andchildren.

In Memory Of

Our Beloved

Wife and Mother

ROSA
ROSENROTH

the - eighth
On
yahrzeit, Tevet the 19th.

Husband David and
Son Max

Friday, December 26, 1980 155.

OBITUARIES

entiation of embryonic cells
BERNARD BLADEN, by his wife, -Frances; a son,
came to Prof. Eyal-Giladi's
76, former Detroiter of Tar- Ezra; a sister, Lena; and one
attention during the course pon Springs, Fla., died Dec. grandchild.
of her research on chick em- 8. Survived by his wife,
* * *
ABRAM GARDIN, 67,
bryos, but it can be assumed Ruth; two sons, Terry of
that her findings are relev- Lansing and Richard of died Dec. 20. Survived by
ant for other higher or- Philadelphia; Pa.; two his wife, Fannie; three sons,
ganisms as well — includ- brothers, Harold of Clare- Dr. Julius, Dr. Solomon
ing humans — because she mont, N.J., and Dr. George Hochbaum and Martin
is dealing with a very basic Of Syracuse, N.Y.; two sis- Hochbaum; a daughter,
principle. Her research ters, Mrs. Charles (Helene) Sherri A.; and two grand-
leads to the conclusion that Schwartz of Columbus, children.
* * *
in the absence of gravity, for Ohio, and Mrs. Myron
LEONARD KAHR-
example in outer space, 'it (Golda) Jackson of Garden
would be impossible for em- Grove, Calif.; and five_ NOFF, 60, died Dec. 21. He
leaves his wife, Elaine; a
bryos to develop.
grandchildren. Interment son, Leslie; two daughters,
Using a device built espe- Florida.
Mrs. Gerald (Jill) Wesoloski
* * *
cially for this work, Prof.
of Indiana and Cynthia; and
LEONARD
BROWN,
Eyal-Giladi discovered that
a brother, Raymond.
* * *
the embryonic cells, concen- 93, died Dec. 21. Survived
by
a
son,
Seymour
of
New
BESSIE KAPLAN, 69,
trated in a small round,
died Dec. 22. She leaves a
white disc, do not rotate York.
*r *
brother, Oscar; and a sister,
with the eggshell but re-
ARTHUR A. CUTLER, Mrs. Sam (Edythe) Sil-
main suspended within it in
a fixed oblique position on 87, died Dec. 19. Survived verston; nieces and
nephews.
the upper part of the egg
* * *
yolk, the exact orientation Richard Pearl,
SARA LEVIN, 85, died
depending on the direction
Dec. 19. She leaves a son,
of rotation. Owing to the Former Detroiter
Richard M. Pearl, profes- Sumner of Washington,
fact that the position of the
embryo is unchanged sor emeritus in the depart- D.C.; a daughter, Mrs. Mor-
throughout a given time ment of geology at Colorado. ris (Ruth) Rautbort; two
period, the gravitational College, died Nov. 28 at age brothers, Milton Engleman
and Ben Engleman; a sister,
influence is constant, acting 67.
A former Detroiter, Prof. Mrs. Dorothy Sherman;
in a single direction during
the entire time required to Pearl was retired. He was foiir grandchildren and
define the embryo's axis of the author of more than 40 three great-grandchildren.
books and discovered three Interment Washington,
symmetry.
Colorado minerals dur- D.C.
* * *
Martin Aronsson rare
ing his career. He was the
SAMUEL LEWIS, 84,'
..- Martin Aronsson, former editor and owner of Earth
died Dec. 22. Survived by a
secretary of the Aronsson Science Magazine.
brother,
Charles Levy of
Printing Co., died Dec. 22 at,
He earned degrees from
age 85.
the University of Colorado, Revere, Mass.
Born in Sweden, Mr. where he was elected to Phi
Aronsson was a former De- Beta Kappa honorary, and Philip Kramer
troiter who made his home Harvard University.
Philip Kramer, owner of
in North Miami, Fla., at the
He was affiliated with the Philip Kramer Insur-
time of his death.
many mineralogical and ance Co., died Dec. 20 at age
He retired from the print- gemological societies and 75.
ing company in • 1955. Mr. was the author of books on
Born in Poland, Mr.
Aronsson was a former mineralogy.
Kramer was an officer of the
treasurer of the Swedish
He is survived by his wife, First Farmington Bank. He
American Athletic Club Mignon; and a sister, Dor- was twice the president of
and was a former delegate othy Schone of Tucson, Ariz. Tikvah Lodge of Bnai Brith
to the Michigan State Soc-
and held membership in
Perfection Lodge of the Ma-
cer Association.
Touro Stamp
sons and the Lions Club.
He was a past president
Mr. Kramer also was a
of the Wayne Cap Co. Mr. Proponent Dies
Aronsson held member-
GREAT NECK, N.Y. member of SCORE, an
ship in the Union Lodge (JTA) — Dr. Martin Green- organization devoted to
of the Masons, Moslem field, who recently won a helping small businesses.
Shrine, Pisgah Lodge of long battle when the Postal - He leaves his wife, Gol-
Bnai Brith, Cong. Services approved his pro- die; two sons, Alvin of San
Shaarey Zedek and the posal for a stamp honoring Diego, Calif., and Lee; a
Retired Businessmen's the Touro Synagogue died daughter, Estelle Smith;
two brothers, Ben and
Club of the Jewish Com- recently.
munity Center.
Dr. Greenfield, who was Louis; a sister, Annabelle;
He leaves a son, S. Lawr- 57, was taken to the hospi- and eight grandchildren. .
ence; a daughter, Mrs. J. tl in a coma a few hours
Burton (Shirley Anne) Keys before he was to have been a Tania Berman
of Florida; a brother, Louis guest of honor at a cere-
Tania Berman, a member
of Sweden; • six mony on Dec. 11 in Wash- of Jewish communal organ-
grandchildren and four ington at the unveiling of a izations, died Dec. 18 at age
great-grandchildren.
rendering of the Touro 84.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Be-
Synagogue stamp.
The commemorative rman was a member of Adat
The Family
stamp, to be issued in 1982, Shalom Synagogue, Pins-
of the Late
honors the synagogue at ker Progressive Aid Society,
HENRIETTA
Newport, R.I., the oldest Hadassah, Silverman Aux-
KELMAN
synagogue in the United iliary of the Jewish War
Announces the un-
States. It was founded in Veterans, National Council
veiling of a monument
1658 and visited by of Jewish Women and Pis-
in her memory 11 a.m.
President George Washing- gah Chapter of Bnai Brith.
Sunday, Jan. 4, at Beth
She leaves a son, Dr. Joel
ton, leading to his famous
Tefilo Cemetery. Rabbi
of
KensingtOn, Md.; a
letter
declaring
that
the
James Gordon will of-
United States government daughter, Mrs. Alex (Ei-
ficiate. Relatives and
"give to bigotry no sanction, leen) Friedlaender; eight
friends are asked to
to persecution no assis- grandchildren and seven
attend.
great-grandchildren.
tance."

ThE

IIEWS:1(

LAURA NAGLER, 84,
died Dec. 19. Survived by a
son, Charles; four daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ruben (Bluma)
Scheiner of Kew Gardens,
N.Y., Mrs. Norman (Ruth)
Silver of Phoenix, Ariz.,
Mrs. Charles (Elaine)
Koshar and Mrs. Abe
(Geraldine) Pasternak; and
five grandchildren.

* * *

BETTY RICHMAN, 60,
died Dec. 20. She leaves
three sons, Sid, Bob of San
Diego, Calif., and Barry; a
daughter, Mrs. Greg (Libby)
Wooster of San Diego; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Ida Girvitz of Cal-
gary, Alberta; and six
grandchildren.

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* * *

MABEL SCHMAL-
BERG, 77, former De-
troiter of Phoenix, Ariz,,,
died Dec. 21. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Estelle
Gubow; and four
grandchildren.

* * *

PEARL OSTROW
SILVERSTEIN, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles,
Calif., died Dec. 3. Survived
by two sons, George of West
Covina, Calif., and Aaron of
Hawthorne, Calif.; a daugh-
ter, June Golden of Arizona;
five brothers, Sol Ostrow of
Hallandale, Fla., Samuel B.
Ostrow and Joseph S. Os-
trow, both of Southfield,
Ernest E. Ostrow of Troy
and Herman Ostrow of El-
sinore, Calif.; three sisters,
Leah Marin of Reseda,
Calif., Betty Karp of Dallas,
Tex., and Yetta Bez of
Southfield; three grand-

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