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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, December 22, 1945, Image 13

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/K ’i-JNi>fN. ;• -ATinnj.u*. i>K»UMnKrr' h Beligious hmphasis Week Jan. 7-13 THK CAEOUNHAN PAGE THqgBg?f - announced I Mr Jones, who is minister to the Nineteen Union CoTinty farmeej m the State Five-Acre Cotton Con test averaged more than 2 bales per acre on all the contest acres. ’ Prrshyt..rian church at Chapel Hill, will conduct evening; meetings thrcughoul religlou.i emphasis week. HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Va. - in addition lo parlormiMB individual j.lVF HFR A ROND ’ ’ ' Religious emphasis week will be ob ounstiiing with .studei ts at Hnmp- *' ^ 1/ • • • served January 7-13 at Hnmpton (,n and huldinit informal group dis- Institute, with the Reverend Charles cu^sinns. Ho will aho condueft a N. Junes of Chapel Hill. N C.. as special communmn service on Sun- leader, Chaplain C. A. Cha^eaud hiiA day. January 13 MERRY ('HRI.ST.M/\.S to Oiii Fi'icnds :in;l I’iitruns Lazarus Store 217 S. Wilmington 3t. MIUTARY JIM CROW RAPPED AS A ‘BU'A- DER" OF DEMOCR ACY Washingt:)n (ANP) — A scath ing denunciation of Amc -ica'.9 jim crow military policy d irin‘» World War II was made here last week by Monroe Sweetland, un American Red Cros.s field sup* r- visor who served 23 montlis in the Pacific war theater. The segregation of Neg-oc‘, in separate army and navy unii.-; -vu' a "tragie blund. i in ih j'--'. o‘ a denioeralif na'.inn,’ ;;il and emphasized that no such dis crimination was practiced against .Vt xicans, Puerto Ricans. Chin''.'e. Koteans, American Indians or cit izens of Japanese extraction. Ht iia.-; ni v«*r seen nor heard o: a single incident engtndcrcJ through "pan-rai-iai" policie.s, h.- remarked in citing numirou-i « uii.plos of non-si grcgatii-r 1. R C10S.S activities. Red C ; ..j pilnl linraries, cant n , * e; tional farilities and athle'.ie t. ... nein ni^: wen cMiJUfl li on n.>.. di.'Criniinaltiry ’ oy w ui • . .1 similar extent.” He never had known a wound ed soldier to inquire as to th- ’ sr^urce of blood plasma being used ' for transfusions, he commented. He worked for ‘W d jyg In the Okinawa hospital tiieater, the army-navy segrega tion policy was particularly trag ic. Every soldier returning from 1 that theater will fight any rnis- ; ititatment of this group in the i USA. he declared, and added that i thi}. would also have been tr*' liit ho C'. of Negroes if the arm.i' ■if'n i k rknTix ill land navy had employed Integra' (yiVE HER A dOiiII I > ! td units "in that theat* r to .• In the light of the il Ji|j:iui'■> ir.; .j, V I'Xp. , and murine ctunhiii PLEASE CAHITAL C'Ot'A-COI.A I'OITM.NG CO. r>15 W. Morgan St. The Rhythm of :i Windinj, Rtiad" 1.‘ ihc >ubjcci Jl Ihe Kinan- I iputlon Procluniulolii Addn-s.s foi January 1, 194C. at WurreiUoii. . -ii-eriu Cl r. whvvk. ukxjve. The speukei' will (-mphuslze Ihe fuel that A Winding -R. ad .susge'ts that difficultie' have been over- corned — valleys and jjo'g*'' p.iiiiied, and inucce-isible moim- ’ains coii'qucred. Follow the Wind ing Road and it will lead thi ugh l ine ni the most varied and beautiful scenery which naliire' God has created, on the summit of Ihe gloirous inouiitain top. A Straight Road has little (o offc. Q .\iKRRY ( IIRISTM.A.'^ IIAPl’Y .NEW Y]:AR to EVERYONI'] 1 THOMPSON EJ.ECTRICAL CO. HMICiMT ST. ina^^je on^ ne^ssaqr Long Distanoe calls 'ouTHERN Bell '.l, ..l iiNo Telegraph Company M. I. O k r O \ T I 0 Greetings: To all who have contrihittPd in Aiicli a fine way to the rompaiiy'.s projfre.'i.'A and growth over the years - - - Ji ami a HAPPY and PRO.^PhAUH S ISF.W YEAR North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co DURHAM, N. C. C. C. SPAULDING, President "No llomr Complelr Without North ('sroiliia .Mutual Policies' Life Insurance Co DURHAM, N. C. C. C. SPAULDING, President “No Ifome Complete Without North Carolina .Mutual Policlea' *1 * K'oups - • •la*^ '"™itablt way will celebrate Christmas. T. each and everyone go our blessings and onr profour. wishes for j ‘-.■ (i- .u r} speedy rehirn. LAND’S UAI.KKIII’S I.KADl.Nt; CKKDIT .IKWEXKK fragrance of the evergreen; the holly wreaths bidding welcome in the windows; the mirth and gladness in our hearts; the gay laughter and happy words that fill the air ... fhese are the ingredients of a merry Americaii Christmas. And this is the kind of o Chnsfrnas tho# we want everyone to enjoy. A very merry Christmo* ’ mo on'-’ DURHAM LIFE Insurance Company “WE PROTECT THE FAMILY” Home Office: Raleigh, North Carolina

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