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January 05, 1962 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-05

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Abraham Kasten,baum Named Fort Weber-Klunover
Worth Federation Executive Aide Troth Solemnized

Abraham Kastenbaum, former
assistant executive director of
the Jewish Community Center
of Detroit, has been named
executive director of the Jewish
Federation of
as
Fort Worth,
Texas. _He will
c.
begin his du-
ties Feb. 1'.
The an-
nouncement
to
was made this
week by Leo
PT4
Lipshitz a n d
z
I. E. Horwitz,
president and
chairman of
Kastenbaum p ers o n el, re-
ti
spectively, of the Fort Worth
Jewish Federation.
O
Kastenbaum, who holds under-
' graduate and graduate degrees
New York University and
A from
a Master of Social Work Degree
from the University of Minne-
sota, brings a- wide variety of
experience to his new position.
He has been executive secretary
of the Chicago Council of United
Synagogue of America and as
the _first director launched -the
Council House for Senior Citi-

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zens in Minneapolis. He was
executive director of Adath
Jeshurun Synagogue in Minne-
apolis, director of Surprise Lake
Wnter Camp S c h o o 1, Cold
Spring, N. Y., and directed sev-
eral summer camps. He served
with the information and educa-
tion department of the Army in
Europe during World War II.
Mrs. Kastenbaum ("Naomi")
is a graduate of the University
of Minnesota and will retire the
end of this month from her
present post as associate direc-
tor of the Women's Division of
Detroit's Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration.
Kastenbaum holds an accredi-
tation certificate from the Na-
tional Association of Social
Workers and belongs to the
Michigan Welfare League, the
Gerontological Society and the
National Conference of Jewish
Communal Services. He was
chairman of the social services
section of the Allied Jewish
Campaign and worked with the
professional division of , the
Allied Jewish Campaign in De-
troit.

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and his
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1962 Military Ball Jan. 27 at
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ent'
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Music will be provided by the
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