con-Icamp A M fl C D Q fi M TH ! HI1ULHOUI1 I U BE AIR WARDEN Elizabethtown War Veteran Is Appointed to County Post by Amick. Floyd Anderson of Elizabeth-town, Elizabeth-town, Elizabeth-town, a veteran of two wars, today today was appointed county air raid warden by Marion H: Amick, . , , defense council. Mr. Anderson accepted and said he would start at once form- form- in a county-wide county-wide county-wide organization. expect- He also plans to attend, a ! pcho1 for : alr rald warden ln" com- ' structors to be held March 27-29 27-29 27-29 emplov- ln ult- ult- i.ulci ... .....h oli?- oli?- I Mr. Anderson was born in Elizabethtown and has spent all his life there with the exception dc-jpaitnient. r is contrac-to which vear he retired. j0 nas always been active and 'interested in patriotic movements, Amick said his selection of Tr Anderson was based partlv his instructions to select a of time in military service, hrst in the Spanish-American Spanish-American Spanish-American war, then at the Mexican border in 191H, and finally in the first World war. He organized old Company H here in 1917 and was first-lieutenant first-lieutenant first-lieutenant first-lieutenant in it. He later was commander commander of Battery D of the 139th Field Artfllery at Camp Shelby and overseas. ; He was captain of the first national national guard unit formed here after after the war. Mr. Anderson was a rural mail carrier oiit of the Elizabethtown pnstnffice from 1902 to-'l934, to-'l934, to-'l934, in man with the following qualifica-; qualifica-; qualifica-; tions : ! Ability to acquire readily the i intensive training at the state 'air -warden -warden instructors school; lability to teach what be has learned; energy, time and will- will- t- t i in?nr to return home and or ' ganize and instruct the volun-can volun-can open- tecrs for this activity. .