Will thousands of aliens in Mexico and Canada who commute daily into the U. S. to gain their livelihood, be thrown out of work by an immigration ruling issued last week by the U. S. Department of

Labor? This question was asked particularly by citizens of Windsor, Ontario, Canadian border city, suburb of Detroit. To them the answer to the question looked like an unpleasant affirmative.

The ruling divides border aliens into two classes—native and foreign-born. Native Canadians will be permitted continued commuting privilege upon paying a $10 passport fee ard $8 head...

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