Draft Board Draws On More Inductees


February 20, 1991|By Diane Mullaly

25 Years Ago (week of Feb. 13-Feb. 19, 1966):

* The Howard CountyDraft Board, in response to an increased quota of inductees, began drawing this week from the group designated as 1AH --husbands without children. Also being reviewed were men classified as 1Y, who had beendeemed physically, mentally or morally deficient when originally examined. The county's quota for February was 26. Ninety-six men had already been notified to report for physical examinations between Feb. 11 and March 3.

* Washington's Birthday sales were in full swing this week in county stores. In downtown Ellicott City, Taylor's Furniture Store offered a four-piece bedroom suite for $128; Coroneos Restaurant (now the site of Great Panes stained glass studio) offered a half steak sub and fries for 55 ; and Caplan's had men's suits on sale for $5 (regularly $22.50).

Information for this column was culled from the HowardCounty Historical Society's library.

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