LONDON (Apr. 12)
No advance agenda has been drawn up for the Anglo-American conference on refugees in Bermuda since the parley is of an exploratory nature only, it was learned here today.
The conference will open with a general review of the refagee situation, presented by the person who will be appointed chairman. It will then discuss details in accordance with the principles of action which the delegates will agree upon.
In addition to the three parliamentary undersecretaries who will compose the official British delegation, the British Government is sending two of its chief experts on refugee problems to Bermuda. They are A.W. Grandall, head of the refugee department of the Foreign Office, and Lady Cheetham, a member of the same department.