Musical Comic: Born in Odessa, Jacob Katzman established a reputation as a singer with the greatest stars in Yiddish Theater before settling in Sea Gate Brooklyn and opening a photo studio.

    Nazi Spies Posing as Hookers Flood the Middle East

    While one reads daily about the armies that Hitler sends out to conquer other lands and grab foreign territory, there is one army about which the world knows very little. This is the army of women — blond-haired German women whom the Nazis have sent across the world to work as dancers and prostitutes but are really Nazi spies.

    Out to Space: Dr. Joseph Kaplan, a Hungarian born, Jewish astrophysicist, was active in the United States Satellite Project creating the first American satellite to orbit earth. He also founded the Institute for Geophysics at the University of California.

    A Shooting After a Shvitz in a Lower East Side Bathhouse

    Joseph Kaplan, a Jewish astrophysicist, was active in the United States Satellite Project creating the first American satellite to orbit earth.

    Holiday Feast: Purim celebration at Fort Dix, New Jersey, organized by the Trade Union Council and the Jewish War Veterans Organization, who supplied the food for the festivities attended by Jewish veterans and active service men and women.

    Leo Frank Emotionless as Judge Pronounced Death Sentence

    Brooklyn-born Leo Frank, superintendent of a pencil factory in Atlanta, was sentenced a week ago for the murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan, an employee of the factory.

    Rabbinical Protest: A group of prominent Jerusalem Jewish rabbis and political leaders took an oath in front of Theodor Herzl?s tomb to protest the internationalisation of Jerusalem.

    Murder of Jewish Teenager in Damascus Sparks Panic Among Syrian Jewry

    A wave of panic has overtaken Syrian Jewry after the murder by an Arab fanatic of a 17-year-old Jewish boy in broad daylight in the middle of Damascus.

    Rehearsals: Tuning up for the Festival of Jewish Arts held at Carnegie Hall, composer and pianist Jacob Weinberg with conductor Isidor Freed (back), and basso Sidor Belarsky (right).

    Teenage Immigrant Busted for Pimping Women in Lower East Side Tenement

    After only eight months in the country, 17-year-old immigrant Arthur Goldman was sentenced to a stint in jail after being arrested as a pimp.