New English-jewish Weekly to Appear in Cleveland; Weyne is Editor
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New English-jewish Weekly to Appear in Cleveland; Weyne is Editor

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Arthur Weyne, of New York, has been appointed editor of the Cleveland Jewish News, a new weekly that is to serve the Greater Cleveland Jewish community, it was announced here today. The first issue is scheduled to appear later in the fall, immediately upon suspension of publication of two long-established local weeklies. These are The Jewish Review and Observer, founded in 1888, and The Jewish Independent, in 1906.

Announcement of Mr, Weyne’s appointment was made by Lloyd S, Schwenger, attorney and acting chairman of the board of trustees of The Cleveland Jewish Publication Co., a newly established non-profit corporation, publisher of the paper, Mr. Weyne has been in the Jewish journalism and public relations fields for the past 30 years. He has been editor of the American Examiner of New York since 1959, and previously was editor and publisher of the Jewish Record of Atlantic City, N.J. Prior to this latter post, he was the editor of the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent.

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