WASHINGTON (Jul. 1)
Gerald L.K. Smith, leader of the anti-Semitic “Christian Nationalist Crusade” now holding a national gathering here, today revealed that the Willard Hotel, where the gathering was originally scheduled to be held, cancelled the arrangement. He said that the cancellation took place because “the Jews” put pressure on the hotel.
The gathering, which is now taking place in Smith’s hotel suite at the Congressional Hotel, has drawn no more than 25 followers from anti-Jewish groups from all parts of the country. It has as its goal to seek Congressional action for the removal of the United States from the United Nations because of “the Jews and foreign elements” in that body.