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August 30, 1952


JAMA. 1952;149(18):1664. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.02930350052019

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Lists for Inductions.—  The National Advisory Committee to the Selective Service System has issued "Information Bulletin," vol. 3, no. 12, which reads as follows:1. Selective Service lists for induction.—The National Advisory Committee has been sending to the state chairmen lists of special registrants who have been issued orders for induction. We are informed by the Selective Service System that subsequent to the receipt of these lists some chairmen are declaring men so listed as essential and requesting that they be deferred.After an order for induction has been issued, a local board may not reopen the classification or consider a case anew except by direction from the state director. Neither can a local board postpone an induction except when there is an extreme emergency over which the registrant has had no control. Therefore, the only recourse at this time is to make representation to the state

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