Adler Announces Graduates Placed
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Adler Announces Graduates Placed

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Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, announced yesterday at a meeting of the board of directors that all ten of last June’s graduates have been placed in rabbinical posts throughout the country. He also announced that enrollment in all departments of the seminary and teachers institute this term is 549.

Of last year’s class, Armond E. Cohen is at the Cleveland Jewish Center; Benjamin H. Englander at Shaarei Shomayim, Philadelphia; Max L. Forman at Brith Achim, Petersburg, Va., Joseph Gerstein at Beth Israel, Roanoke, Va., Abraham Israelitan at Neveh Zedek, Portland, Ore.; Lou## Katzoff is advisor at the students’ house at the University of Pennsylvania; Morris N. Kertzer is assistant director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Illinois; Isaac Klein at Kodimoh Congregation, Springfield, Mass.; Harry Nelson at Rodeph Sholom, Bridgeport, Conn., and Sanders A. Tofield at Adath Jeshurun, Houston, Texas.

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