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  • British Deputy Seeks New Check of Charges Against Bermuda Hotel

    The Foreign Secretary will be asked to reply tomorrow in the House of Commons to a request that he instruct the British Ambassador at Washington “to report the representations received from persons or associations in the U.S.A. on the subject of the Mid-Ocean Club in Bermuda in connection with the proposed visit of the Prime… More ▸

  • Churchill Exonerates Bermuda Club; Says It Doesn’t Bar Jews

    Laborite Ian Mikardo again questioned Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill yesterday on whether he would act to change the site of the forthcoming Big Three meeting in Bermuda because the hotel at which the representatives of the United States, France and Britain would meet next month discriminates against Jewish guests. Mr. Mikardo asked whether the… More ▸

  • President of Bermuda Club Denies Barring Jews from Member Ship

    The president of the Mid-Ocean Club of Bermuda, site of the forthcoming meeting among President Eisenhower, Prime Minister Churchill and a representative of the French Government, has denied charges that the club bars Jews from membership, Reuters reported here today. The dispatch from Bermuda quoted Sir Howard Trott, head of the club, as saying that… More ▸

  • Churchill Tells Parliament Bermuda Hotel Does Not Bar Jews

    Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill today told Commons that he had been “assured” that the Mid-Ocean Club at Bermuda where he will conform with President Eisenhower and a French Government representative late this month does not bar Jewish guests, as charged by Ian Mikardo, Labor Member of Parliament. Mr. Mikardo asked that the site of… More ▸

  • Three-power Conference Hotel in Bermuda Bars Jewish Guests

    Ian Mikardo, Labor M. P., this weekend charged that Jews are barred as guests at the Mid-Ocean Club at Bermuda, the headquarters of the forthcoming talks among President Eisenhower. Prime Minister Churchill and a French Government representative. Mr. Mikardo said that he would ask the Prime Minister to try to get the locale of the… More ▸

  • Explosion Sets Fire to Israel Ship En Route to Bermuda; Vessel Not in Danger

    Coast Guard headquarters here today reported that an explosion yesterday set fire to the Israel ship Meir Dizengoff, 160 miles north of Bermuda. The vessel was apparently not in great danger and injured seamen did not seem seriously hurt, the Coast Guard report said. The ship is expected to reach Bermuda today. More ▸

  • Unrra Will Not Deal with Refugee Problems Discussed at Bermuda Conference

    The House Foreign Affairs Committee, in its report made public today on participation of the United States in the work of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, made it clear that the UNRRA “does not encompass the political questions presented to the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, established and the Evian Conference, nor does it… More ▸

  • Rescue Measures Rejected by Bermuda Conference Now Being Undertaken

    There are encouraging indications that rescue measures which were demanded by Jewish agencies from the Bermuda Conference, and which apparently were rejected then, are now being undertaken, the American Jewish Conference announced today. The statement issued by the Conference calls for “acceleration and intensification” of efforts to rescue the Jews of Europe. The statement is… More ▸

  • Jews Will Be Associated with Refugee Committee Formed at Bermuda, Says Cranborne

    Jews will be associated with the new intergovernmental refugee committee which is being established as a result of the Bermuda Conference, it was stated in the House of Lords today by Viscount Cranborne, Lord Privy Seal, during a debate on the refugee question. Lord Cranborne did not indicate whether his statement meant that official representatives… More ▸