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The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky • Page 20

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20 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1942. SECTION 1 er rL I U. S. and Other United Nations Join In Pledging TOOLS FROM Retribution for Nazi Extermination of eivs HEIMERDINGE THIS CH0SMS WILL MAKE HIM HAPPY Come in and let us help you select the tools he wants.

termination," a formal statement said. It concluded: "They reaffirm their solemn resolution to insure that those responsible for these crimes shall not escape retribution, and to tions' statement to the House of Commons, the members stood for a silent moment in protest against what one member called "this disgusting barbarism." Condemnation Is Broadcast World-Wide In Washington Secretary of MANY TOOLS HAVE GONE TO WAR But we still have a fair selection for the home craftsman. State Hull told his conference that practical steps were be 433,000 Jews from Warsaw in the last three months, averaging 7,000 daily, and had executed 8,000 in the Lublin district alone. Advices from the continent to the United Press reported held that mass deportations and executions were a part of the Nazi plan to rid Europe of 5,000,000 persons in the next six months in an effort to alleviate a serious food situation and protect Germany's home front against starvation. Commons Hears Statement.

When Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden read the United Na ing taken to identify, apprehend SELECTED FROM OUR TOOL DEPARTMENT and punish persons guilty of persecuting Europe's Jews. Hull recalled that President Roosevelt and other heads of government in recent months had announced plans to discover and assemble all facts relating to in JACK PLANE BRACE 14-in. size with a'chet tylPe 2-inch cutter. hardwood nan- human acts in war areas. HAND DRILL Holds drill.

98c Jews Honor Willkie For Racial IJnity Work New York, Dec. 17 W) Wendell L. Willkie today accepted the American Hebrew Medal for outstanding achievement in promoting unity between Christians and Jews, and urged that the word "tolerance" be discarded in connection with group relationships. "No man has the right in America to treat any other man for tolerance is the assumption of superiority," he said in accepting the award. "Our" liberties are the equal rights of every citizen." HAND SAW Disston Brand, 20-in.

size. $1.25 $1.25 $1.85 WAT EURM ASPS From Wire and Cable Dispatches. The United States and other United Nations Governments joined yesterday in condemning Germany's policy of exterminating the Jews and pledged themselves to visit retribution on those responsible. Allied broadcasts in twenty-three tongues crackled around the world a joint denunciation of Adolf Hitler's campaign against the Jews of Europe. The slaughter of Jews in Europe, says Samuel Grafton on the Editorial Page, is Hitler's final, desperate attempt to mobilize the forces of anti-Semitism on his side.

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"When I was a kid in Francisco's poor section, we all got together to help anyone who had bad luck the Jews, the Irish, everybody. That's the kind of spirit we'll need in the world after the war," Doubts World Faces Famine. He insisted there was no danger of a food shortage in the world. "After the war, the problem will be distribution of surpluses from regions of plenty to realms of want," he said. "Of course, this will be a job for practical business men, not theorists." He envisioned a world relief organization that would feed war-torn lands with surpluses such as beef from the Argentine and wheat from North America.

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17 W) Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota advocated continuation of the United Nations organization after the war in an address before the Canadian Club today. He urged a seven-point program for postwar relations: 1. Temporary governments to control each of the Axis nations, these to disarm the Axis and punish criminal leadership.

Airways Control Sought. 2. An airways commission to control the international -airways and airports of the future. 3. An international government to administer control of gateways to the seven seas.

4. A commission to increase literacy of the peoples of the world. 5. A code of justice for the relations between peoples and machinery for administering the code, including a United Nations, court. Trade Agreements Planned.

6. A trade commission to work out increased world trade and prevent obstructions or heavy dumping of goods. 7. A United Nations world police force, primarily of modern air strength, naval units and mechanized troops vto enforce justice and make effective the supervision of airways and seaways. War Partner Congratulated.

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