I truly believe and it's my honest conviction,
That truth in life is stranger than fiction.
So often one finds, as I'm sure you know,
That a story he's heard just can't be so.
But if you'll listen to me, while I will not deceive,
The true story I tell, you may not believe.
I now have a friend who has proven to me,
Though he has lost his sight, he can really see.
• He sees with his hands and he sees with his ears;
He's seen so much of life through his joys and his tears;
He sees when he gardens, as all beauty enhances;
He sees when he eats, and he sees when he dances.
He sees with his mind, his dear wife does her part;
But most important of all, he sees with his heart.
to a charity of one's choice. Ser-
vices and interment were held
at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements through Hebrew
More than three score and ten, he still works for a living;
His greatest pleasures in life, all come from his giving.
If you're down in the dumps, he will give you a lift;
Making others feel great, is also his gift.
I know that he wants nothing more from his life,
Than the love of his children and his exceptional wife.
So I think one and all will have to agree,
Without any sight, my friend, Herb Rosen, can see.
Written by Lou Klein, July 23, 1990
Herb passed away May 24, 1993
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER
The Family of the Late
Wishes to acknowledge with deep appreciation and thanks
the many contributions and expressions of love and kindness
during our family's period of great loss.
God saw that Betty was "tired and a cure was not to be.
So He put his arms around her and whispered, "Come with me.
With tearful eyes we watched her and saw her fade away.
Although we love her dearly, we could not make her stay.
A golden heart stopped beating, her loving hands to rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best.
A million times we thought of you, a million times we cried.
If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died.
In life we loved you dearly, in death we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a special place no one can ever fill.
It broke our hearts to lose you, but you didn't go alone,
For a part of us went with you, the day God took you home.
ANYWHERE IN MICHIGAN
661 E. 8 MILE ROAD
VA blocks East of Woodward
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
In Beloved Memory of
The Family of the Late
It's been 4 lonely years.
Sadly missed and always remembered by
wife Alyce and children and grandchildren.
A Memorial Fund at Children's
Hospital of Michigan, Department
of Pediatrics, has been established
In Loving Memory Of
KARL STILLWATER, M.D.
Who died on May 30, 1981
• Bronze Markers
Lettering & Cleaning
With all our love,
Bob, Steve, Susie, Jeff, Diann, Julie, Art
and all your little ones
Who passed away May 26, 1991
He will always be in our hearts and minds as he
is missed by his Family, Patients and Colleagues.
OBITS page 123
Next to Stanley Steamer
Announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory
1 p.m. Sunday, May 28, at
Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Rabbi Groner will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend.
has no place to hide
in-law, Jeffrey and Marcia of
Royal Oak, Barry and
Stephanie of Troy. Interment at
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be
directed to the Aids Project,
RICHARD ALAN MOROF,
1313 Vine, Los Angeles, CA
45, of Los Angeles formerly of
90028; or to the Michigan Jew-
Detroit, died May 15. Mr. Morof ish Aids Coalition, 21550
was a actor and was an original Southfield Road, Southfield, MI
cast member of Grandma
48075. Arrangements by the
Sylvia's Funeral now playing
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
on Broadway. He is survived by
his parents, Bernard and Helen EVA SLAKTER, 87, of South-
of Southfield; brother and sis-
field, died May 17. Ms. Slakter
ter-in-law, Jeffrey and Frances
was a legal secretary and was
of Sherman Oaks, Calif. Inter-
the former statistical secretary
ment at Mt. Sinai Memorial
for the architect Albert Kahn.
Park in Calif. For information,
She was the beloved sister of
call the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
the late Goldie, Anne, Hyman
and Albert Slakter and Rose
DR. JACOB A. SILL, 82, of
Benjamin. She is survived by
Boca Raton, Fla. and Bloom-
her nieces and nephew,
field Hills, died May 18. Dr. Sill Frances Perlmuter and Lois
was a cardiologist and a profes- and Paul Brickman. Interment
sor of medicine. Dr. Sill gradu-
at Machpelah Cemetery.
ated from Wayne State Univer- Memorial contributions may be
sity with high honors in 1939.
directed to Hadassah, 5030 Or-
In 1993, he was honored by
chard Lake Road, West Bloom-
Wayne State for 50 years of
field, MI 48323; or the United
medicine. Dr. Sill was one of
Jewish Appeal, P.O. Box 2030,
the founding doctors of Sinai
6735 Telegraph Road, Bloom-
Hospital and was on staff until
field, MI 48303. Arrangements
his death. Dr. Sill was also the
by the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
founder and first director of the
Medical Antabuse Program, an AL URNOVITZ, 70, of West
alcoholism program run
Bloomfield, died May 21. Mr.
through North Woodward Hos- Urnovitz was a distributor of
pital. He was the program's
produce containers. He was
owner and co-operator for 25
also a member of Temple Beth
El and a veteran of World War
Dr. Sill also owned several
II. Mr. Urnovitz was the
nursing homes in Detroit and
beloved husband of the late
Highland Park. Dr. Sill was a
Edith Urnovitz, the loving son
Lieutenant Commander in the
of the late Harry Urnovitz and
U.S. Navy during World War II the dear brother of the late Hy
and was in the African and
Urnovitz. He is survived by his
Mediterranian Theater from
sons and daughter-in-law,
1941 through 1947 and was
Howard Urnovita and Anna
highly decorated. He was also
Davis of San Francisco, Steven
a member of the Boca Grove
of San Francisco; daughter,
and Wabeek Country Clubs.
Leslie of Bellaire, Texas; moth-
Dr. Sill was the loving father er, Rae; wife, Helen; sister-in-
of the late Constance Ilene Sill, law, Annette. Interment at
the dear brother of the late
Beth El Memorial Parl.
Bernard Sill. He is survived by Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
his wife of 47 years, Beatrice;
daughter and son-in-law,
Pamela and Robert Wolfson of
DR. BERNARD WESTON,
Bloomfield Hills; grandchil-
86, of Southfield, died May 16.
dren, Adam, Noah and Cooper
Dr. Weston specialized in
Wolfson; sister and brother-in-
gerontology and was in private
law, Joyce and Herman Sriro of practice since 1935. He was
Hollywood, Fla.; sisters-in-law
quite active in the Zionist Orga-
and brother-in-law, Ann Sill
nization of America, holding po-
and Dr. Murry and Annette
sitions of secretary, member-
Sack. Interment at Clover Hill ship chairman and president of
Park Cemetery. Memorial con- the Nordau Chapter.
tributions may be directed to
Dr. Weston was chairman of
Dr. "V" Research Fund, 4160
the Medical Equipment Project
John R, #616, Detroit, MI
for Israel, member of the Amer-
48201. Arrangements by the
ican Medical Association, Acad-
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
emy of General Practice and
the American Jewish Physician
DAVID B. SOBEL, 29, of Los
Committee. In 1952, Dr. West-
Angeles, died May 9. Mr. Sobel
on was a delegate to the Second
was the beloved son of the late
World Assembly in Jerusalem;
Dorothy Bassell Sobel. He is
in 1959 he was a member of the
survived by his parents, New-
United States World Associa-
ton and Janice of West Bloom-
tion in Havana.
field; sister, Julie of Sterling
Dr. Weston invented an in-
Heights; brothers and sisters-
strument for nasal surgery and,