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April 15, 1966 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-15

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Swastika Smearing Craze Spreads Here

Rockwell Faces Trial on Disorderly Conduct

Swastika smearing, in evidence Jewish buildings, in last Sunday's
in Detroit for several years, took instances the obscenities were
on new dimensions in recent easily washed off.
months.
It was reported that the van-
Last Sunday, vandals painted dalism occurred between 1 and
obscenities, swastikas and Nazi slo- 5 a.m., and the area covered
gans on 23 cars and smeared their was between 8 and 9 Mile Rds.,
vile slogans on a garage.
Coolidge and Scotia.
Red and black paint was used,
"Gestapo," "Hitler" and "Hell's
but unlike previous instances when Angels" were among the slogans
inerasable paints were used on reported on the garage door of

NEW YORK (JTA) — George
Rockwell, the American Nazi lead-
er, was ordered Monday to stand
trial on May 16 on two charges of
disorderly conduct stemming from
a near-riot in New York State Su-
preme Court here in 1960.

Harold Scharland, 12750 Albany.
Previously, there were swastika
smearings on synagogues as well
as on private homes.
Two months ago, there were re-
ports of such swastika smearing
epidemics that lasted for several
weeks in the area between 7 and
8 Mile Rds, Evergreen and Lahser.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 15, 1966-11

...for opening a new account
of $200 or more or for adding
$200 or more to your present
savings account at Standard

During our "Get Acquainted Week" everyone who
opens a new savings account with $200 or more at
Standard Federal will receive a choice of a handsome,
new umbrella. If you already save at Standard Federal
you can get a new umbrella by adding $200 or more to
your present savings account. There'll be a huge
selection of fine men's and women's umbrellas avail-
able in a variety of styles and colors.

It's "Get Acquainted Week"
at Standard Federal

Starting Monday, April 18 and ending Friday, April 22,
every Standard Federal office is holding a special "Get
Acquainted Week." The managers and staff hope to get
better acquainted with some of our present savings

customers and to make many new friends.

Criminal Court Judge Neal P.
Bottigheri handed down the order
in denying a demand by Martin
Berger, a Jewish attorney serving
as Rockwell's counsel without fee,

that Rockwell receive a hearing to
have the charges dismissed. Judge
Bottigheri rules that a case had -
been established for trial on the
charges.

Berger accepted an assignment
from the American Civil Liberties
Union to defend Rockwell. He acted
as Rockwell's attorney previously
when Rockwell was arrested on a
warrant issued in 1960.

It's easier to save at Standard
When you place money in a financial institution, the

three things most important to you are the rate of return
paid on your savings, the safety of your funds and their
availability. Standard Federal provides you with alt
three in good measure.
At Standard Federal you save with the assurance that
your money is earning at the highest rate paid on in-
sured regular passbook savings accounts in Metro-
politan Detroit.

Savings earn the profitable 41/4% (cent

paid and compounded quarterly.

Our current high rate of 4%% paid and compounded
quarterly is equivalent to 4.318% paid annually. No
need to save in specified amounts ; you save the easy,
convenient passbook way at Standard. Earnings are
paid on all accounts every three months and this, too,
is an advantage to you. And every dollar in your account,
up to $10,000, is insured by the Federal Savings and

Loan Insurance Corporation.

By federal regulation this gift is limited to one person per account, and we must reserve the right to limit the number of gilts per transaction
et group of ItallSOCUORS, This gift cannot he mailed, This offer is good at all Standard federal offices and expires Friday, April 22, 1966.

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