Claimant sought to have the libel by the Ford Motor Company of Australia dismissed on the grounds, among others, that the suit was between foreigners and that the assumption of jurisdiction by this court would cause the Canadian ship owner great expense and inconvenience. The court, in denying the motion, held that the expense and inconvenience of trial in this forum would be no greater than in Canada, and that the retention of jurisdiction of admiralty suits between foreigners is within the discretion of the court. The Canadian Commander, 43 F.(2d) 857.