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Louis J. Fox Elected Chairman of Large City Budgeting Conference

December 1, 1959
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Louis J. Fox of Baltimore was elected chairman of the Large City Budgeting Conference, succeeding Michael A. Stavitsky of Newark, it was announced here today. The following vice chairmen were also elected: Irving Hill of Los Angeles, Irving J. Levick of Buffalo, Sol Satinsky of Philadelphia, Harold Thurman of Miami, and Lewis H. Weinstein of Boston.

The Large City Budgeting Conference is an association of 23 Jewish federations and welfare funds in cities with the largest Jewish populations. The conference analyzes the programs and budgets of national and overseas Jewish agencies which appeal to local communities for funds, and recommends appropriate financing. There are at present ten national and overseas agencies participating in the joint review process.

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