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NOVEMBER 2, 19 THE TRANSCRIPT &apos;: ,%e; ;.. r PAGE SEVE/g/./e4,9l, Federated Fund Marks Birthday CLEVELAND (JTA)--The Board of directors of the Council of Jew- ish Federations and Welfare Funds marked the tenth anniversary of the existence of the Council by holding its meeting here, where the Council was established in 1932 by representatives of 15 Jewish federa- tions. Sidney Hollander, president of the Council, and William J. Shroder, chairman of the Board, presented reports on recent war chest develop- ments, progress on the Council's efforts for a unified civic-protective program and prospects for the re- constitution of the United Jewish Appeal in 1943. A total of $22,249,189 was ex- pended in 1941 by 40 national and 23 overseas organizations for aid to distressed Jewry overseas and in Palestine, health and welfare pro- grams, civic protective activities. immigration services and health and educational programs, according to a Council survey. The bulk of the funds was spent by overseas and Palestine agencies which expended a total of $17,650,- 424, of which about $7,000,000 was spent in Palestine, $6,000,000 in other countries abroad and $4,000,- 000 for immigration services both abroad and in the United States. Of the $4,598,765 spent in this country by the national agencies, $1,637,810 was used for civic pro- tective activities and $1,333,584 for health and welfare requirements. PROHSES ANTI-BIAS LAWS NEW YORK (JPS)--The incor- poration into the laws of New York State of legislation that would pre- vent discrimination for race, color or creed, whether in employment, universities or resorts, was promised here by Dean Alfange, American Labor Party nominee, if he should be successful in his quest for the Governorship. He challenged his Democratic. and Republican oppon- ents to make similar pledges. Buy War Bonds NOW! OU..____RR BOY_______SS IN TH___EE SERVIC.____ E Chaplain Sends Regards From Men "Somervhere in Australia" Seattle's Jeuisb comntunity has no truer friend 11o1" more vigorous champion than fiery little Rev. Dr. Raynlond Attebery, oll leave of absence front Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, oolt' a lieutenant colonel in the U. S. Army Chaplain CorDs, stationed esomewbere in Australia." The following letter from Lt. Col. Attebery was dated Sept. 22, and was received by THE TRANSCRIPT last week. This is a brief note from Australia to inform you, that we have just completed a most successful observance of the Jewish New Year and the Fast of Atonement. In view of the fact that there was no Jewish Chaplain in our division and no rabbi within many hundreds of miles, we had to rely upon lay leadership and such assistance as the division chaplain could give. The lay leadership was furnished by Lieutenant Irving All of Portland, Oregon, a Lieutenant Kahn of New York City, and a Doctor Brenner, a Polish refugee since the middle of the Polish war. You will be interested to know  that Judaism again proved its vi- tality, both by the splendid attend- ance given by the Jewish men in this Division and area and by the fine manner in which lay leader- ship was so intelligently accepted. In this group of approximately 250 Jewish men were young men from all over the United States. They were a fine looking bunch of men and participated in these services with a deep sincerity. Synagogue Anzac Hall I was extremely happy in the fact that I had in my library of phono- graph records the great music of the Synagogue through these past twenty centuries. The music was especially appropriate for the Day of Atonement. You may be interested to know where the services were held. Our synagogue for the occasion was an Anzac Hall (returned soldiers' club house). On the two days that the Anzac hall was not available, we used a Methodist church four )locks away, which was the church ;tructure closest at hand. The com- "aunity in which we are now locat- ed, believe it or not, is a city in which there are less than a half dozen Jews and thus no synagogue. Please put this in THE TRAN- The only candidate who will devote his entire time to this important olqfice EIGHT YEARS PROVEN ABILITY Support and Vote for Carroll CARTER (Paid Adv.) m Democratic Nominee for TREASURER An Efficient County Official Who Never Asked or Received an Emergency Appropriation VOTE FOR FORBES More Than 30 Years Experience as a Law Enforcement Officer. Was Never an Isolationisi TOLERANT FAIR EFFICIENT Democratic Nominee for SHERIFF (Paid Adv.) DR. RAYI$IOND ATTEBERY Writes from Australia SCRIPT for I am sure that "Little Adolph" would be so happy to know that there is one city in Democracy which is not controlled by the "gold-thirsty, capitalistic Jews." Seattle Boy Helps Please convey to the Jewish community in Seattle our very best wishes and let them know that the Jewish boys are being well cared for by regular services of their own every Sunday morning at the hour of church call. Lieutenant Manton J. Spear, so well known in Seattle, has been ac- tive in helping to organize and carry on the religious work among our Jewish men. I will just take a moment to say that we are enjoying Australia tre- mendously. The country is very beautiful and the people have a glorious spirit to match the beauty of their country. It would have been impossible for any country to have been more hospitable to us or more generous in its friendship. Asks To Be Remembered Remember me to all my friends in Seattle, and let's carry on the fight with a fury until the last shackle of enslaved men is broken. I trust that Seattle is fully awake to the issues of this hour and that as Jews and Christians together we will be on the enemy's track till the last barbarian has either bitten the dust or held up his hands in de- cisive surrender. Do your best in THE TRANSCRIPT to keep a stick of dynamite under the people's con- science. With every kind wish for the progress of THE TRANSCRIPT and with deepest appreciation of what my dear friends in the Jewish com- munity in Seattle have done for me and for Grace Church, I say good- bye for today.--E. Raymond Atte- bery, Chaplain, (Lt. Col.) Division Chaplain. Richard Newberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newberger, is stationed at Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif., and recently was made a corporal. He is attached to the medical section at the base hos- pital and writes that he is enjoy- ing army life. It's Corporal Isadore A. Rogo- way now, his wife, Mrs. Esther Rogoway, learned in a letter from the corporal at Fort Sill, Okla. Rogoway has been selected to at- tend the field artillery's officer candidate school at the fort. Mexicans Score Nazi Terrorism MEXICO CITY (JTA)--Nazi ter- ror against the Jews and other ci- vilians in occupied Europe, was con- demned here at the closing session of the conference called by leading Mexican liberal organizations to protest against Nazi atrocities. The conference also assailed the Nazi racial theories and asked that the "criminals" responsible for the mass-murders of innocent people be punished after the war. MRS. ROSENBERG APPOINTED WASHINGTON -- (J.P.S.) -- The post of New York regional director of the War Manpower Commission has been assigned to Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg, regional head of the Social Security Board. Hebrew Language For Propaganda JERUSALEM--(J.T.A.) --A ship- ment of American propaganda lit- erature in the Hebrew language arrived here for distribution among the Jewish population. The He- brew press to which the American Consulate dispatched the first cop- ies of the various publications re- ceived the material with wa,n greetings. Some editors, however, point out that the style in which the propaganda is written is not l exactly the style now used by the press in Palestine. GENEVA (JPS) -- Baptized Jews have been permitted by the Slo- vakian government to form sepa- rate communities and live apart from the other Jews, it is reported. ELECT CLINTON Sm STATE REPRESENTATIVE 43rd District This ad sponsored by Sol Esfeld, Adol[ D. Koch, Roy G. Rosenthal, Berman Schoenfeld, Jr., Max A. Silver (Paid Adv.) KEVIN IIENEHAN DEMOCRAT STATE SENATOR Rubber Will Stretch won?stretch We Need Your Help During Wartime To Save Tires and Conserve Manpower Wartime conditions make it essen- tial that we ask your cooperation in helping us to save tires and conserve manpower for Uncle Sam. We must now combine calls for service so as to cover an entire neigh- borhood with one trip. 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