Said at Temple Israel
42—Friday, March 28, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Student Apathy Blamed for WSU
Publications Issue by Frank Gill;
ACLU Upholds Keast's Attitudes
Single Adults to View
Hack Co. Purchases
Birmingham Building Film, Probe Hangups
Purchase of the building occu-
pied by the Hack Shoe Co. at 235
Pierce St., Birmingham, was
made by Hack and Sons, Inc.,
from Mr. and Mrs. Martin Butzel
and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T.
Leonard Hack acted for the buy-
er and Martin Butzel represented
"This acquisition will assure the
continuity of operation of the
Hack Shoe Company at this loca-
tion for the foreseeable future,"
stated Morton Hack, president of
the Hack Shoe Co. "Outside inter-
ests had made an offer for the
property and our purchase was
made to forestall a sale which
would have necessitated a move
by our business.
Jewish Single Adults of the Jew-
ish Center will have dancing,
games and refreshments at its
lounge night 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Larry Rosenthal will show a
short animated film, "The Hang-
man," followed by discussion of
"The Pastel Jew: Nowhere to
Hide." Those who wish to have
their names added to the group's
mailing list may contact the Cen-
ter, DI 1-4200, Ext. 261,
Frank Gill, who this week re- Union of Michigan has gone on
signed from the faculty of journal- record in support of the stand
ism at Wayne State University, taken by WSU President William
and who until a year ago was ad- R. Keast in resisting community
viser of student publications, stated pressures to take disciplinary ac-
on Tuesday that "student apathy" tion against Watson and other
resulting either from indifference editors of South End. In a letter to
or fear to act, is responsible for a Dr. Keast, Detroit ACLU Chair-
' situation that has created a one- man David Y. Klein stated "You
sided biased press on the campus. are to be congratulated for the
Speaking at a luncheon meeting sensitivity which you have demon-
of the Fact Finders Club, at the strated to very critical issues con-
WSU McGregor Memorial Build- cerning the maintenance of a free
J1P AY LOop tre
ing, Gill charged that little effort press on the University campus.
had been made in the selection of Any administrative disciplinary
editors of South End, the successor action taken by the university
DIAMONDS - PEARLS - JEWELRY
tors o f th e South
MRS. KENNETH MILLER
Some persons can be at home
4116 Broderick Tower
had been for 22 years, with regard End because of the content of
In an evening ceremony Sunday to student eligibility. He said such articles appearing in the paper everywhere; others can sit mus-
at Temple Israel, Margaret Jeanne requirements had not been proper- would have had more harmful ingly at home and be everywhere.
—G. D. Prentice
consequences to the community,
Leebove was married to Kenneth ly checked.
MUSIC DESIGNED TO PLEASE
Jerome Miller. Rabbi M. Robert
Samuel Lieberman, sixth-term than those which might have re-
president of Fact Finders Club, suited from the dissemination of
PERSONAUZED TO SUIT
Herb & Marilynn Skapire's
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
presided at the luncheon meet-
and Mrs. William Leebove of
ing at which many facts level- nature appearing in the paper."
"At the same time, however, the
Rockledge Rd.. Farmington. Her
oped regarding the student pub-
3311,5 Grand Rivas.
husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
lication crisis at the university.
at Farmington Road
Morris Miller of Buxton Dr.. Birm-
The current editor of the South racist content of some of the ar-
WEDDINGS • PORTRAITS
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
End, John Watson. 'is basically titles which have appeared in the
The bride's gown, fashioned honest. but is an honest fanatic, his South End this year. It was the
interest being only in black power position of the majority of the
with an English net cage and
— and he sticks to his policy," Gill board that the editors of the pub-
appliques of corded lace over said. lication supported in part by pub-
He viewed the local development , lie funds should editorially dis-
pean de sole, featured a high
as part of "the revolt against au- associate themselves from state-
neckline, long tapered sleeves
He said that the new ments urging the deprivation of
and a chapel train. She carried
trends are towards a return to civil liberties and civil rights for
orchids on her Bible.
"personal journalism," that there certain segments of the commu-
Linda Spitz served as maid of is no objectivity, no interest in nity."
Responding to protests from a
honor. Sister of the bridegroom. taste or decency, and if you don't
number of citizens, Governor
Susan Miller, Carol Spitz and Cyn- like it. the hell with it."
G. Milliken this week
thia Benson were bridesmaids with
The lack of student interest,
expressed his "personal objec-
Sherri Moses and Cynthia Moses. said. is the cause of the flare-ups.
tions" to the South End policies
He expressed the view that only a
but indicated that action must be
Arnold Beckerman was best small fraction of the student body
taken by responsible college au-
man. Mark Conklin. Gary Miller supports the extremist views, and
and Mark. Richard and Gary Lee- he stated that a sense of disgust
Writing to Irving I. Katz, among
bove, the bride's brothers, were
others, Governor Milliken stated:
South End from 18,000 to 12,000.
"The Michigan Constitution pro-
Following, a honeymoon trip to
Stories published are always an-
the island of Aruba. the newly- gled, are one-sided, are based on vides that state colleges and uni-
the laws the new power makes. versifies are governed by boards
weds will settle in Ferndale.
"That's why I gave up the job I i of trustees which have authority
held as adviser." he said, I over matters of policy within the
A stupid story or idea will some-
He said that prior to the present respective institutions.
times make one laugh more than
college _papers by ex- ' "Colleges and universities are
wit. —Horace Walpole. control. of
tremists, many were excellent and I involved often in controversies in-
"the beSt papers were uncensored." volving publications and other stu-
He also charged that a previous' dent organizations, faculty, cur-
editor was elected by a trick, with- riculum and a wide range of
out having his eligibility checked.' administrative policies. These is-
and that a minority of the respons- sues must be dealt with by the
ible student-faculty council had college authorities.
"Although I have personal ob-
acted in the matter.
He deplored the fact that only jections to the policies exhibited
one aspect of the situation was by the editors of the South End,
revealed at the meeting of the the governor is obligated by the
WSU board of governors—that of Constitution not to inject himself
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anti-Semitism. He expressed the into internal university matters."
view, however, that less and less
of the experienced conflicts will I
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be seen soon, but he warned that
"W are in a dangerous area and
can't afford the theatened trou-
of a kind that often closes
up universities. He also said it
Oakland University's course on
possible that outside influences
may be responsible for what had' "The Middle East as Culture
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Mothproofing free. Wal l-
The supplemented cost of 535.000 en's Club, Bloomfield Hills, con-
to-wall carpet cleaning.
for publishing South End, he said, I eluded Thursday with a talk by
Five cents a square foot,
comes from the involuntary tax on I Dr. Shmuel Ben-Dor, but as a spe-
students. cial "bonus" offering will host
The Metropolitan Detroit Branch Dean William Haber at a dinner-
of the American Civil Liberties meeting April 9.
Dr. Ben-Dor, Wayne State Uni-
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