I was told about a synagogue where they had a second reading of Parshas Zachor during the reading for Mincha with the following procedure: The first two aliyos are read normally, and for the third aliya (people are told to be mechaven for Zachor) the blessing is said and the normal portion is read, then the Sefer is rolled from where it is to Zachor, the reading is continued there and the final blessing is said. This is done during the regular Mincha. Supposedly, this procedure is approved by Rav Avigdor Neventzal, the Rav of the Old City of Jerusalem.
I find this procedure very difficult to accept, and question if it really was said by Rav Neventzal. This approach is directly against two halachos in Shulchan Aruch:
מדלגין בנביא ואין מדלגין בתורה מפרשה זו לפרשה אחרת והני מילי בשני עניינים דחיישינן שמא תתבלבל דעת השומעים
We skip in the Prophets, but we do not skip in the Torah from one section to another section. And these words are regarding two subjects where we are worried that perhaps the mind of the listeners will be confused,
אין גוללין ס"ת בצבור מפני כבוד הצבור ואם אין להם אלא ס"ת אחד והם צריכים לקרות בשני עניינים גוללים וידחה כבוד הצבור:
It is not proper to roll the Torah scroll in the presence of the congregation, so as to honor the congregation. And if they only have a single Torah scroll and they have to read two portions they may roll, and they defer the honor of the congregation.
To clarify the second issue, while (apparently) some of the congregation (let's even say some of the men) still need to hear Zachor, the congregation as a whole does not. How is the honor of the congregation pushed off for the need of the individuals? (If the only ones who need to hear Zachor are women, that can only make the issue worse.)
Can anyone 1) explain how this is not in conflict with both or either of these halachos, or 2) confirm that any notable Rabbi has ruled to follow this procedure?