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ri Notable Five-Volume Edition

`Complete Diaries of Theodor Herzl'
Certain of Place in World Literature

The greatest classic without
which Zionist literature would be
impoverished at last is off the
press.
Herzl _Press (515 Park, N.Y.
22), jointly with Thomas Yosel-
off (11 E. 36th, N.Y. 16) this
week issued "The Complete
Diaries of Theodor Herzl," in
five volumes. -
Dr. Herzl's diaries first were
published, in part, in a special
Herzl Issue - of- -the New Pales-
tine. Then came an impressive

Jewish Martyr's Ashes Hebrew University Gets
Brought to U. S.
$10,800,000 Budget

NEW YORK, (JTA)—An urn
containing the ashes of the re-
mains of the late Arthur Zygel-
baum, a Polish Jewish lab
er who committe
icid•n
London during
War tE as a
dramatic mov o call wo d at-
tention to
extermination of
Jews the under way,
brought t New York for
terme t . The urn had be
in a ematorium in
Zy lbaum, a repres
the ish Socialist B
Polis Government in
Londo during the war,
himsel
that the world
be appri
tf the fact
ol-
ish Jews we urdered.
He hoped through his own death
to focus world public opinion
against the mass murders.
A committee representative of
the American and Jewish labor
movement has been formed here
to honor the memory of the
martyr. Funeral services will be
held in New York prior to the
burial of the Zygelbaum ashes.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
board of governors of the Hebrew
approved an ordinary
dget
the coming year of
18,000,000
unds ($10,800,000)
and reelect
President Ben-Zvi
honorary pr dent.
The boar
amed Edward Gel-
bfr chairm and Dr. Helen ka-
man of the execu-
. One of the cere-
d in connection with
meeting was the laying
rnerstone for a geology
ing contributed by the
uth African Friends of the
University.

he begins to make contacts, to signs a letter to Dr. Alex Mar-
meet people, Jews and others. moreck "Your careworn Ben-
This is where he starts his career jamin," There is bad news
as pleader for the cause of a from Constantinople. Influ-
redeemed Israel. He goes to Lon- ence from Russia against him
don, meets deHaas and others. is suspected. But the work
He makes a record: • "In the East goes on tirelessly.
End propaganda committees are
The crucial days are recorded
springing up spontaneously. Pro- in the fourth volume, dating from
gram: The Jewish State!"
April 1902 through May 1904.
In the second volume we go Herzl again pleads with Roths-
t h r o u g h Herzlian experiences child. He is in Constantinople
from July 1896 through April again. He negotiates with the
1899. They were crucial years— British, the Uganda idea
of pleading, of In e e t i n g with emerges, there is the inner crisis,
ATTENTION
notables, of making contacts with the battle against him at the
TEACHERS, COUNSELORS,
statesmen, of efforts to reach the Zionist Congress. He is ill. But -
ORGANIZATIONS, INVESTORS
Turkish Sultan and the G _ erman he continues to write to Roths-
Finest
Camp, Picnic Ground,
Kaiser.
Club House on Main Highway
child, to plead for the cause,- to
and Lake With 5 Buildings, 15
Herzl is undeterred. On April seek new friends. He sought
Minutes from Detroit, James
Couzens and 14 Mile Road, 859
14, 1899, he inserted this note in Jacob Schiff's support. It was
Pontiac Trail, Walled Lake.
his diary: "We are now un- near the end. The final entry,
Sale price, $95,000 or lease, $2,400
doubtedly in a state of being dated May 16, 1904, Franzesbad,
No Saturday Calls.
boycotted by the big bankers, a is the letter to Schiff.
LI 7-1066; Dl 1-5251; WO 2-8204
state that Seligmann predicted to
The reading of the diaries is
me last October in London. If assisted by the contents of the
the subscription is a success, we fifth volume, which c
shall later boycott them." There code words used
Herz',
was always that confidence: if lengthy ide
me
the subscription for the Zionist and plac
NOW IS-THE TIME TO REMODEL YOUR
a
e used in the
bank is a success, he'll triumph diarie
CLOTHES TO THE LATEST STYLES!
xplan ory notes and a
— and he never doubted the CO
te index.
RADOM TAILORS REMODELS:
triumph!
ach volume has a ph
• Ladies' coats to new sTreamline fashions with bell sleeves
That was why he was fearless,
• Taper and shorten dresses and skirts
aph of Dr. Herzl —
• Men's suits, coats and pants converted to latest
as was always indicated in his
aken at a differ n
continental models
of
diaries—_so fearless, in fact that his life, all in
es.
he did not hesitate to relate ever— This five-vol
Newest Spring selection of brand-name
ke
a joke that was against him
to an unde
Zioni
SUITS • SPORT COATS • SLACKS
like this one, dated April 1
It is a maj
o the b
1899:
ground of
ement, nd
"The following joke is maki
Expert Inividual
it is certain
remain one
the
DR. THEODOR. HERZL
Puling
the rounds in Vienna now. Th great classic n Jewish
tory.
German Kaiser is supposed t
s a commentary on
o r 1 d
.one-volume edition of the Herzl have
said to me: 'Zionism is a
airs—on which He was an
Diaries, edited by Marvin Lowen-
splendid idea; the only thing is,
hority as a stude of history
thal. Now we have the complete it can't be carried out with
CLOTHIERS & CLEANERS
a
the social s
ces—it also
record.
Jews.' "
22155 COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
ve a-
place in world
LI 7-1511
It is a most impressive work.
From April 1899 through litera
Ably edited by Dr. Raphael
April 1902, as recorded in the
Patai, in an excellent transla-
third volume, Herzl travels,
tion from the German by Prof.
pleads, makes plans, interprets.
Harry Zohn, of Brandeis Uni-
He meets with the Sultan. He
versity, this monumental work
shows signs of fatigue. He
takes the reader to the mind
and heart of the founder of
the modern political Zionist Israel Parliament
movement, the creator of the
World Zionist Congresses, the Approves New Tax
genius and modern prophet Procedure on Travel
who, after the First World
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News
Zionist , Congress, said he felt
JERUSALEM—The
Finance
that he had then created the Committee of the Knesset
ap-
Jewish State, and who pre- proved Tuesday a new pro
dicted that the Jewish State dure on travel taxes desig
would emerge in fifty years. It plug a prospective loop e.
did: almost to a day!
To deal with the ssibility
The diaries commence in 1895. that an Israeli may y a ticket
Herzl • was a true Viennese, a here for a short p and then
respected feuilletonist. He begins at the nearest s p outside of
people for whom you will vote Influence
EDUCATION The
the spending of more than 5 140004000.000 al
his tale—as told in his diaries— Israel buy a tip et for the s
your tax money every year!
"like a mighty dream." Its -title of the trip, e new a
Kelly and Dethmers will put the law
THE COURTS Justices
is "The Promised Land." He ments provi
that the
ahead of politics!
begins a diary, and it commences tax is to b ased on a
The Highway Department has put the state
with The Jewish Question. At percentag
0 to 45 percent
GOOD ROADS S400.000.000
in the red. Better road manage.
first, it "grieved me bitterly." of the pri of the ticket
h
silent will bead off a gals tax increase.
Then it "naturally lurked for me in Israel us a fixed
around every turn and corner." The fixe amount
ship o
b 0 b
He r e c a 11 e d the first anti- pounds
FOR A BETTER MICHIGAN
ce.
Semitic "Hep Hep," in Mainz in by air re rdless
VOTE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN!
Tickets urchas
for-
1888, in a cheap night club; and
sub-
the second at Baden, near eign curr cy also

t and a
Vienna, when someone shouted ject to a xed pay
RESENTS OF TIE
ssi4. OF AIM OF TIE OSTEES OF 181011.STATE 7 RUDE SOTEIRIOIS
TATE OFFICES
DIVERSITY OF MINIM PIRA S TATE BR. OF DIVERSITY OF *sm. NEIII
five per c t tax.
"dirty Jew" at him.
IRSTRUCTIO BUMS AEI APPLIES SOME WAYNE STATE DIVERSITY SHIMMY
T-4 COMNASS11
Then came Paris: "I recognized
the emptiness and futility of Austria
overn ent
Pull This Lever
efforts to 'combat anti-Semit- Denies E
rgence of
4e
se
ee
ism.' "
'I
• P.
Republican
Thus begintreat ro- Right-Win
olicy
4 GOEBEL
ADEN
NOLLOWAY ROGERS
ENGLAND, Jt. KEEL
ADAMS
BRAE
mance
rz S t
his
VIENNA, (JTA
arges
propaga
n of the Zioni ea, that the new Austrian Govern-
his att pt first to reach
. ON THE MACHINE BALLOT
ment may develop a right-wing,
io
it
Mau
Pull the Republican Party lever, and THEN look for the non-
de Hirsch,
ultra-nationalist policy . were ve-
JUSTICES
partisan ballot for Supreme Court and push the levers down
to
his plan w
hemently denied here in a state-
for Kell-y- and Dethmers.
ope
OF THE SUPREME COURT
of into
ment to the Jewish Telegraphic
(FULL TERM)
tho
t at first,
Agency by the new Chancellor-
(Vote for not more than Two)
ON THE PAPER BALLOT
gre
h designate, Alfons Gorbach.
Put your X in the Republican Party circle.
Gorbach denied charges in the
Sta
Th
t volu
in this llec- left-wing press alleging that Karl,
tion o
fries ' Of the wish Schleinzer, designated as defense
JUSTICES OF. THE SUPREME COURT
Cause
'un i Paris round minister, has a Nazi past. Con-
Full 'NOM
Pentecos
895." This
where ceding that there may still be
Vote for not more than two
....-.....",,,,..„,..v
"incorrigible Nazis" in Austria,
HARRY P. KELLY
Gorbach stated that their num-
THEN Vote on
bers are "negligible," and de-
the non-partisan
KELLY
DETHMERS
SEPARATE bal- Justice
clared: "If there are some biting
JOHN R. DETHMERS
of the
Awoke eF the
lot
for
Kelly
.4
dogs among them, they must be
Supreme Court
Supreme Court
and
Dethmers.
curbed." Gorbach pointed out in
his statement that he himself
had spent almost seven years in
SPEAK UP! VOTE REPUBLICAN APRIL 3
a German concentration camp.

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