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  • Bermuda Hotels Practice No Anti-jewish Discrimination, A.d.l. Reports

    Anti-Semitic discrimination, long practiced by some of the Bermuda resort hotels, is now a thing of the past, according to a study published today by the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith. The League sent Harold Braverman, director of its national discriminations department, to conduct the survey at the urging of the Bermuda Trade Development Board,… More ▸

  • Macmillan Says Bermuda Parley Agreed on Measures for Mid-east Peace

    Measures to assure a period of Arab-Israel pacification which may lead to a permanent settlement will be taken as a result of decisions reached at the four-day conference that closed here today, British I rime Minister Harold Macmillan told a press conference after the conclusion of the historic top-level parley. An official communique, however, stated… More ▸

  • Eisenhower, Macmillan Discuss Mid-east As Bermuda Talks Begin

    Middle East problems, figuring high on the agenda of the Eisenhower-Macmillan meetings, came under scrutiny by the two statesmen today as their four-day conference got under way. The President and the British Prime Minister, at their meeting this morning, launched into immediate consideration of these questions. A joint communique issued at the close of the… More ▸

  • Dulles Optimistic on Mid-east As He Leaves for Bermuda

    Secretary of State Dulles said today the general trend of efforts to solve the Middle East crisis “is satisfactory and in the interests of peace.” He made this observation at the airport here before departure for the Anglo-American talks in Bermuda. Mr. Dulles thought the Middle East would be discussed at Bermuda but would not… More ▸

  • British Hope Bermuda Will Mark Mid-east Turning Point

    A British spokesman expressed the hope today that the Eisenhower-Macmillan talks which open here tomorrow will make a positive contribution in the Middle East situation. “We hope that the ‘Bermuda talks of 1957’ will mark the turn of the tide in the Middle East,” the spokesman stated. It is understood that Prime Minister Macmillan, who… More ▸

  • British to Seek Clearcut U.S. Views on Mid-east at Bermuda Parley

    When Prime Minister Harold Macmillan meets with President Eisenhower in Bermuda later this week he will attempt to obtain a clearcut statement of American policy on the Middle East, including its views on the Egyptian-Israel dispute and the question of traffic through the Suez Canal. It is known here that Washington has complained lately that… More ▸

  • Jewish Personnel at Bermuda Parley to Hold Chanukah Service

    Chaplain David Hachen, Jewish chaplain at the Norfolk Naval Training Station, was flown by the Navy to the Bermuda “Big Three” conference of President Eisenhower, Prime Minister Churchill and Premier Laniel, to conduct a Chanukah service there for Jewish military and civilian personnel from the United States, Great Britain and France in the U.S. Naval… More ▸

  • Bermuda Bureau Uses Code to Identify Racial Origin of Tourists

    The American Jewish Congress called upon the Bermuda Government Information Office to investigate the Bermuda Tourist Bureau which suggested in circulars to New York City travel agents that they use code words in their correspondence to identify tourists as Gentiles, Jewish , Negro or Asiatic “because ‘some hotels are restricted.’” The circular is marked “confidential… More ▸