Philipsborn, Inc., which operates 43 retail stores in the Washington area under both the Philipsborn and Beyda names, has appointed Seymour Wolk, Stanley Berger and James Akin vice presidents.

Wolk, who will be responsible for merchandising, joined Philipsborn in 1975 as general merchandise manager. He had been a merchandise manager at Touraine Stores.

Berger, who was named vice president for control, has been controller at Philipsborn since 1975. Prior to that, he was assistant controller of Hochschild Kohn in Baltimore.

Akin, the newcomer to Philipsborn, will head up the personnel and operations divisions. He held that office at R. H. Sterns in Boston for seven years.

Berhalter was with Bank of Virginia-Potomac since 1973. He was most recently vice president of that bank, with responsibility for the Fairfax County area.

First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Washington has elected LaSalle D. Leffal Jr. and E. Kendall Lorenz to the board of directors.

John J. Kirlin has been elected to the board of Peoples National Bank of Maryland. Kirlin has been a member, and most recently vice chairman, of the bank's advisory board.

First Virginia Bank, has elected Richard T. Selden a director. Selden is chairman of the department of economics at the University of Virginia.

Three new vice presidents of American Security Bank are E. David Burtis, Richard K. Dixon and Mark Gutierrez. Burtis comes to the bank from the Federal Reserve, where he was manager for operations review. Dixon was previously in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency anf Gutierrez was with the Bank of America in Los Angeles.

Three new directors at the Bank of Vienna are Ethel M. Cook, Raul R. Garcia and Malcom L. Huffman.

Science Management Corp. in Morrestown, N.J. appointed Donald H. King president of its Washington-based division, Decision Studies Group. The group provides systems and management consulting services to both government and private industry.

Maryland Cup Corp. in Owings Mill, Md., has promoted two from vice president to senior vice president. Albert Shapiro, with Maryland Cup since 1947, also serves as the company's treasurer.

Arnold Shapiro is also president of Eastern Baking Co., a division of Maryland Cup.

Former deputy Secretary of State Charles W. Robinson has joined Kuhn Loeb & Co., Inc., as chairman of the policy committee, member of the executive committee and senior managing director. Robinson originally joined the State Department in 1975.

D&H Distributing Co. in Savage, Maryland, had promoted Stanley Lavine to executive vice president for sales. Lavine, with the company for 25 years, will direct the company's sales division in Harrisburg, Pa., and Baltimore and Washington.