Canada at War: No Kidding

Bricklayer Stanley Jamrozy, 38, obdurately refused to work in the Apriority industry to which Canada's National Selective Service bosses assigned him. Instead he got a job on a tobacco farm. In Oshawa, Ont., he was fined $25 as a slacker.

Indolent Harvey Raynor, 25 and usually horizontal, was willing to work, but only on his own unambitious terms. Sent to a coal company by N.S.S., he showed up some days at 10 a.m., some at 1 p.m., some not at all. Said he: "I just couldn't get up." In Hamilton, Ont., he got the...

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