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Senator’s Resolution Warns Neutral
Countries Against Harboring
Nazi War Criminals
By MURRAY FRANK
Independent Jewish Press Service
Washington Correspondent
Washington, D. C. (JPS)
Senator John L. McClellan, of
Arkansas, introduced a resolution
in the Senate stating that ‘ high
ranking Axis officials responsible
for this war . . . and all war
criminals and enemy collabora
tionists" should be apprehended
and punished, and that all neu
tral countries be informed that
that such criminals will be sought
out and taken from any place to
which they fled. Sen. McClellan
believes that all countries har
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boring war criminals should be
advised that such acts will be con
sidered by the United States and
other United Nations as “un
friendly" and that these coun
tries be informed now of the re
sponsibility they are assuming.
This is the first time a resolution
of this nature has been introduc
ed in the Senate. There are two
similar resolutions under consid
eration in the House, one of
which was introduced by Rep.
Emanuel Celler of New York.
Sen. McClellan’s resolution was
referred to the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee.
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH MONTHLY
Jewish Loot From
All Over Europe
Is Found
PARIS. (JTA) A cache of
Jewish literary and art treasures
stolen by the Germans from all
over Europe was discovered this
week at Hungen, Germany, by a
unit of the Third Army led by a
Jewish lieutenant who fled from
Austria six years ago, it was re
ported here.
In addition to art treasures,
including hand-written manu
script dating from the fourteenth
century, there were found a com
plete file of clippings from for
eign newspapers concerning Jew
ish questions. This had been uied
by Dr. Alfred Rosenberg, the
Nazi's “expert” on racial theories,
as a basis for his attacks on Jews.
The bulk of the collection, in
cluding 200 paintings, was found
in an ancient castle, which had
been the central collection point
for Rosenberg's researches. The
lieutenant who found the cache
was Robert Schoenfeld of Brook
lyn, who had been an attorney
in Austria.
Stimson Praises
Skill of Gen. Rose
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
death of Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose,
who was killed by German sol
diers after he had been cap
tured. was described this week
by Secretary of War Henry L.
Stimson as “ a severe loss. No
one was more skillful in directing
the operations of an armored
column.” Mr. Stimson added, “he
was a leader who inspired en
thusiasm and confidence.”
The War Department, in an
nouncing the death of Gen. Rose,
said that he ‘ was killed by enemy
action while leading his division
in spear-heading the advance of
the United States troops in Ger
many.” He was the commander
of the Third Armored Division
which was the first to enter Co
logne.
Gen. Rose, the son of Rabbi
Samuel Rose of Denver, was a
member of a Denver synagogue.
He was bom in Middletown,
Conn, in 1899. He entered the
Army as a private in 1916 after
he was graduated from the Uni
versity of Colorado and went to
France as a second lieutenant in
the A. E. F. in 1917. He remain
ed in the Army after World War
I ar.d was a colonel at the time
he went overseas in 1942 at the
head of the Third Armored Divi
sion which was also the first
unit to break into Metz. Gen.
Rose was awarded the Purple
Heart in World War I and held
three Silver Stars one of
which he won in the last war
and the Distinguished Service
Cross.
Belgians Seek Return
Os Jews to Restore
Diamond Industry
Independent Jewish Press Service
Overseas Staff
Brussels (JPS) The dia
mond business, a major industry
ht pre-war Belgium, is doomed
unless the Jewish merchants who
fled before the Nazis are induced
to return, the newspaper Nation
Beige states. Many of thpm have
since established themselves in
the United States and some have
started a diamond industry in
Palestine. The newspaper pro
poses that the Government in
duce their return by promising
tax exemption for a period of five
years. The newspaper Peuple de
clares that the total eradication
of anti-Semitism is a prerequi
site for the return of the Jewish
merchants.
Jewish Youth Rejected By V. S. Med
Schools, Wins Posthumous Praise
From General Patton
New York (JPS) Rejected
by fifty medical schools in the
United States, to which he ap
plied for admission, despite a
brilliant medical record at City
College here, Seymour Schwartz,
20 year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Schwartz of Brooklyn, en
listed in the Army as a medical
corpsman and was killed in Ger
many last February 9, while
rescuing wounded soldiers in a
mine field.
His parents have received a
personal letter from Lt. General
George Patton which reads: “In
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