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Mr. Hoover says: "In order to
count on a maximum production of
food in this country we not only
have to increase the productive units
but we have to face substitution for
the units lost by putting our men at
the front. Every boy in active pro
ductive service in the United States
will oppose a similar working boy in
Germany. The United States Boys'
Working Reserve must bo the domi
nant organization in the effort to
mobilize the working boys of the
President Wilson says: "I call
upon the ubie-bodied boys of the
land to turn in hosts to the farms and
make certain that no puins and no
labor Is lacking in this matter."
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Your country calls you to active service. You can do a full share in helping win this war. All
boys who are not less than 1 6 years nor more than 2 1 years of age are urged to enroll in theUnited
States Boys' Working Reserve for adtive duty in a food producing industry. Every working member
will receive pay. This is where you work to win. It is the Job Over Here to Help "Over There.
Don't be a slacker. Enroll
Registration Week, June 12 to 18
Boys, this is your chance to serve Uncle Sam and earn money during your vacation and at the same time get good, health
ful, outdoor exercise. The Principal of your School or the Director for your County can give you full information about the
U. S. BOYS
U. S. Department of Labor
School Principals throughout the Territory have been appointed Enrolling Officers
J. O. WARNER, Executive Secretary, Honolulu. WM. W. (1. MOIR, Paai.aiUu, Dim-tor for Hilo. Hamakua.
KEN C. BRYAN, Honolulu, County Dim-tor for Oalm. I W. I BLl'ETT, Kohala, Hawaii County, Dim-tor for Koliala.
V. C. LOOM IS, Elei-le, Kauai, County Director for Kauai. .L II. MIDKIFE, Kealakckua, Hawaii County, Director for Kona, Kau.
JOHN M. WATT, Wailuku, Maui, County Director for Maui.
W. R. EARRINCLON, Honolulu, Territorial Director, Hawaiian Division.
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