ARMY & NAVY: Draft Dodgers

The FBI has cleaned up almost half a million draft-evasion cases in the five years since Selective Service became a law. This week it announced some results: 12,559 men were sentenced to prison terms; fines of more than a million dollars were imposed; most of the other evaders "were made available to the armed forces." Some FBI adventures:

¶ By aircraft and snowshoe, agents pur sued two draft dodgers in Alaska, finally caught them at the base of Mt. McKinley.

¶ One 200-lb. fugitive from Selective Service tried to skip across an ice floe, fell in. Pursuing FBI men...

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