Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: The Natives' Return

At a Montreal pier last week lay the 6,100-ton Radnik, a former U.S. troopship now owned by the Yugoslav Government. Her holds were being filled with Canadian machinery, including $330,000 worth of mining equipment, $182,000 worth of diesel engines and fishing gear. Her human cargo was waiting in tourist camps at suburban La Salle. They were 500 Yugoslavs who have had enough of Canada and want to return to their native land. Of an estimated 21,000 Yugoslavs in the Dominion, about 1,500 have signed up to go home.

A year ago the Yugoslav...

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