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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID - Mondoy, November 1, 1971 Many Canadians in U.S. illegally \Y ASH rN G TO N (CP) -Scraping dishes in hoti'l kitchens, haulinp bricks on construction sites or manning factory assembly lir.es ;ill over tha United States, thon-ancts of Canadians wait fcr the law to find them and send them home. They arc illegal aliens. And they sre only a corporal's guard in an underground army of for-eipi nationals, ir.any of them in chronic poverty and constant feci" of discovery. The problem of illegal aliens has lately become a prime topic in the U.S. as four separate congressional committees explore the situation. What press reports say-and immigration authorities generally confirm-is that between one and two million foreign nationals are probably living ille- MEDAL RECIPIENTS - Three leading personalities from the world of sports appointed to the Order of Canada received the Medal of Service from Governor-General Roland Michener in a ceremony at Government House in Ottawa. Left to right are Jean Beliveau, retired captain of the Montreal Canadiens. Mr. Michener, Gordie Howe, all-time NHL scoring leader formerly of the Detroit Red Wings, and harness-racing driver Herve Filion. Liberals fading fast FREDERICTOX