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February 17, 1961 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-17

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THE DETROIT JEWI SH NEWS — Friday, February 17, 1961 —
10

Nazi Picketers Flop in Detroit

Detroit turned out to be a sin-
gular community in its treatment
of George Lincoln Rockwell.
The leader of the American
Nazi Party had sent word that he
was coming here to picket the
Mercury Theater's showing of
"Exodus," last Saturday night.
He did not show up, but three of
his "lieutenants," dressed in their
brown Nazi uniforms, paraded in
front of the theater for an hour.
More than 80 policemen were
on guard, and the area across
the street from the theater Was,
barricaded—to prevent rioting.
But the Detroit police did mare
than that: the wearing of the
swastikas and the carrying of
signs with anti-Semitic slogans
was prohibited:
The three picketers were:
Photo of Nazi picketers of
Paul Dukel, 21, of Sewell, N.J.;
"Exodus" at Mercury Thea-
Charles Beieridge, 20, of New
ter, taken by Barry Kaplan
York City, and Hugh Bruce, 4>
27, who came from Rockwell's
headquarters in Arlington, Va. Turover Aid Society
Two others, Ralph Gabriel Announces Annual
Granduelli, 21, and Russell
Roberts, 57, of Farmington, Moos Hittim Dinner
Turover Aid Society announces
Mich., a notorious anti-Semitic
pamphleteer, ' were in their it will hold its annual Moos Hit-
party but stood on the sidelines. tim Dinner 6 p.m. March 5 at
Turover Temple.
They came in an old car and
Proceeds from the affair will
left in it after an hour's.fruitless go towards -Passover packages of
marching in the heavy snowfall, food for the needy in the De-
heading southward on Schaefer. troit area and Israel.
It is known that another party
Chairmen of t •
ent a
that came in a car rented in Charles Gross a
ul Brickner.
Grand Rapids also arrived hoping
An entert
•nt program
for trouble, but did not partici- will be fea
at the dinner.
pate in the picketing.
For resery
call LI 4- 70,
The picketers arrived at 7 or WE 3-
p.m. Saturday night. They parad-
ed on the west side of Schaefer, Pines
a,-ove • Pl
across the street from the Mer-
The
es Hotel, outh
lls-
cury Theater, and the police kept burgh,
Y., anno c an el
them isolated from spectators. borate
panded p
am
They- carried signs that 'read: activitie or Passover. Incl
d
"Exodus Causes Trouble Every- during t
period will • all
where," "Down With All Red sports fa
ties and e
tain-
Propaganda Movies" and "Amer- ment. Can •
idney
ciff will
ican Legion Recommeiids Boy- conduct the
ervices.
cott of Exodus."
Only towards the end of the
demonstration did one specta-
tor shout to the picketers:
"Where's • your swastika? Go
home you Nazi."
The directors of the Bnai Brith
Anti-Defamation. League and the
Jewish Community Council, Sol
Littman and Walter Klein, com-
mended the Police Department
for having prevented regrettable
incidents like those that occurred
in other cities, and the press for
refusing to dignify the American
Nazis with the notoriety they
seek.
Rockwell is reported to have
filed with New York's Supreme
Court an appeal of the N.Y.C.
Parks Department ban on pub-
lic meeting permits for his
American Nazi Party. At the
same time, he made application
to stage a July 4 rally.

Burdick Advocates Easing Burdens of Smaller - Claimants

Rated "Qualified"by the De-
troit Citizens League, -Irwin H.
Burdick, candidate for Common
Pleas Judge, at the Primaries
on Monday, re-
ports enlisting
wide organiza-
tional support.
A practicing
attorney for
25 years, Bur-
dick has been
active in poli-
tics here with
his brothe
Benjamin
dick, wh
elected
ber of
State
sity
and of G e
th
state ide electi' ,
Herb
Bur k, both al • att ► ne
Ir n •urdic is wel
own
in t _Jewish commu
. He is
a me ber of Tern
srael. He
and
wife
three daugh
ters li
1 San Juan.
He advocates that Detroiters
be given an opportunity of pre-
senting small claims without
being overburdened with legal
formalities and great expense.
He recommends that a Small
Claims Division involving claims
of $100.00 or less be created and
operated under the supervision
of the Common . Pleas Judges.

LZOA

Presents

"A NIGHT CLUB
IN ISRAEL"

Setting of the annual
PURIM ADLOYADA •
Saturday, February 25th, 9 p.m.
in the
Morirs L. Schaver Auditorium
19161 Schaefer
• Sam Barnett and His Orchestra
• Israeli Entertainment
• Buffet Supper
• Fabulous Door Prizes
$2.50 per person
For information and tickets
Call KE 7-6126

The Small Claims Division, as
advocated by Burdick, would
dispense with formal pleadings
and proceedings.
Burdick served as a deputy
clerk of the Common Pleas
Court for six' years prior to his
entering full time private prac-
tice of law in 1942. After spend-
ing more Than three years in

the army during World War II,
he returned to private practice
in 1946.

JULES S. SCHWARTZ, of
Philadelphia, director of indus-
trial and public relations for
Food Fair Stores, Inc., has been
named U.S. Maccabiah Games re-
gional chairman for Philadelphia.

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