Army & Navy - Navy Spanking

Still straining to feed the armed services' hunger for manpower, Selective Service took another step last week toward the draft of fathers by August.

It ordered the one-week furlough now granted to new recruits restored to the old period of two weeks. Family men will need more time to wind up their affairs before going off to camp; by Sept. 1 the furlough is to be three weeks.

Heart specialists, meanwhile, were winnowing lists of 4-Fs in a nationwide experiment to determine how many men rejected for cardiac ailments might be salvaged for limited service. First reports were encouraging: of 2,000...

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