WASHINGTON (Apr. 24)
Gerald L. K. Smith, anti-Semitic leader, appeared this week-end before a Senate immigration sub-committee to defend the present immigration laws which have been branded as “racial” by former President Truman and modification of which was urged by President Eisenhower.
Mr. Smith said that “there is a passive resistance to migration when we feel we are going to get another Einstein.” He told the sub-committee that Dr. Einstein “personified” those people “who hold themselves in contempt of Congress.”
The anti-Semitic leader asserted that “320 Jewish organizations by resolution dedicate themselves to sabotaging the McCarran-Walter Act. He said that the Refugee Relief Act, under which 240,000 refugees were to be admitted to this country, was created by President Eisenhower “to pacify minority groups.”