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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory National Library of Australia a fax vantages if it could be administered effectively but nationalisation would add to growers costs with out necessarily adding to their returns. Australia said to have broken race Laws London Friday Aap. The British foreign office is study ing Legal opinion on a claim that Australia House had breached Britain s Laws against racial discrimination. The Issue arose in the Case of or Jan Augustin St Claire Allen a 36-year old jamaican born citizen of Britain and would be settler in Australia. A Melbourne solicitor or David Waxman is try ing to raise $1,800 to bring the Allen family to Australia. Or Allen says that the australian migration authorities in London re fused to Grant assisted Pas sages to himself his French born wife and their three children. Australia House said the Allen family were Given permission to Settle in Australia but that they never applied for assisted pass Ages. The Issue was taken last july before the race relations Board an authority set up to prevent discrimination in Britain. Today an official of the Board said we have taken counsel s opinion and passed it on to the foreign and Commonwealth office. I cannot say any More. At Australia House officials of the external affairs and migration sections said they knew of no approach to the High commission by the foreign and Commonwealth office and in any Case comment would have to come from Canberra. In Melbourne last night or David Waxman welcomed moves to investigate the British complaint. My attitude is what is right should come to the surface and that if we or our government have been wrong then i think Noth ing should be hidden or regretted he said. This is an example of something that was wrong and should never have happened. Rats die on bread Houston Texas Fri Day Aap. The Ordin Ary White bread eaten by most americans was described by a scientist in Houston yesterday As be ing so Low in nutritional value that Laboratory rats living on it for 90 Days died of malnutrition the new York times news service reported. On the other hand an other Colony of rats was re ported to have thrived on a 90-Day diet of nothing but bread that was supplemented with a number of inexpensive vitamins minerals and protein elements. Rent figures j in Senate no guide the figures on the proposed new land tenure i system tabled in the Senate this week were j not intended As a guide to the actual rata j which leaseholders would pay under it. J Page 3. . Waits the us is waiting for soviet permission to get in touch tit Rokuji its embassy in mos cow with two Ameri can generals whose aircraft landed in so Viet Armenia. Page 5. Cho Willa the proposal for the construction of the Cho Willa dam on the River Murray is still under study by the River Murray commis Sion. Page 9. Fitzgerald Alan Fitzgerald reports on some startling Spon sors at a Federal Cabi net meeting. Page 11. Other pages courts 8 churches Garden _ 15 press opinion 14 arts entertainment 16-18 lottery Ordinary 639736 finance 19, 20 classifieds Index 21 real estate 30-34 fireballs 1 the first positively documented sighting of fire Ball lightning in can berra was made this week. Our science correspondent Ian Bisset discusses this puzzling atmospheric phenomenon. Page Reform noted British author and lawyer a. P. Herbert is concerned about censorship and the stage. He has fought a Long Battle for Law re form and looks at such translations of the Law As if it moves it s rude. The Law and the stage. Page 11. Washington the us Senate and House Chambers Are standing empty silent and hollow. Soon they Wil be filled writes our Washington correspondent still hollow but this time noisy. Congress on ice. Page 14. Trout the elusive Trout is caught by John turn Bull on Rod and line and on film. Some angles on the Art. Page 35. In four Ruvi Tilg to a Spud or rn�w�0ls be Froeb sept 8� Rio most of Horty. Pickering. Page 11. The biggest employer \ the Commonwealth Public service will Cost the australian taxpayer More than $500 million this year. Is it Worth it How efficient is the Public service Australia s largest employer the Commonwealth Public service Board and its employees Are examined in a series of articles by staff writer Bruce Judder beginning in the can berra times on monday. Value value established Homes Lyneham solid Brick split level three bedrooms garage Quality carpets and curtains. Trans finance $16,650. Campbell three bedroom with garage under. Built in Robes to All bedrooms. Carpets and drapes. Solid Brick construction. $22,000. Red Hill four bedrooms Large family room l shape lounge dining room. Parquetry flooring and Good carpets. Trans finance a prox. $8,500. $21,850. Lyons close to Phillip offices. Three bedrooms Wall to Wall carpet. Very Well presented $7,000. Finance at 4j interest. $15,500. Scull1n elevated Block Well developed. Close to schools and shops. Venetian blinds. Polished Hardwood floors. Insulated throughout. Transferable finance $16,000 new Homes Rivett three bedrooms double garage under High position with Good views. All modern conveniences. Very Good value. 517,000. Scullin four bedrooms l shape lounge dining room Kitchen with family room adjoining. Fly screens Oil heating Etc.$16,750. Farrer High position four bedrooms in suite Bath room internal staircase double garage under and rumpus room under. $31,500. Higgins three bedroom plus Sun room. Lounge dining room big Kitchen. Polished Hardwood floors. Insulation Many other extras. $17,000 Weet Angera three bedrooms ens Ite bathroom garage attached. Built in Robes to All bedrooms. Spacious lounge big Kitchen. Fly screens Light fittings paths Etc. $19,250. Licensed agent Garcia place member Multi list and . Phone 497888 . 811j10 813448 the Canberra times postal address to Box 218, Canberra City act 2601phone 480066 registered at the go Sydney for transmission by Post As a newspaper Cal the new look Canberra steam laundry Lonsdale St. 487222

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