Supervisor Mike Antonovich sent a telegram Thursday to the manager of the Glendale Holiday Inn, urging her to cancel reservations by a white supremacist group for a Sunday afternoon reception.
"The Holiday Inn should never extend its hospitality to hatemongers who seek to pit race against race and American against American," Antonovich said in his telegram to hotel manager Pat Duncan.
Duncan could not be reached for comment, but a hotel receptionist said the reservations were still booked for a group called the Coalition Against Corruption.
According to publicity flyers, white supremacist leader J. B. Stoner, who served a prison term for the bombing of a black church in Alabama, will be the main speaker at a rally called "Crusade Against Corruption."