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September 29, 1961 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-29

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CJFWF Starts Drive
for Cash Collections

NEW YORK, (JTA)—An un-
precedented nationwide effort
to help . its member communi-
ties collect millions of dollars
in still outstanding pledges was
launched by the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, Irving Kane, Council
president, announced.
According to Kane, this un-
usual step was taken because
cash is needed immediately to
contend with an unforeseen rise
in immigration to Israel — be-
yond all expectations a n d
budgetary provision — and to
deal with the mounting costs
of services provided by the over-
seas, national, and local agen-
cies included in the welfare
funds and federations of the
United States and Canada.

World Taking Notice of Israel's
Acumen, Expansion in Hotel Field

BY JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN

Chief JTA Correspondent in Israel
(Copyright, 1961,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

Those planning to visit Israel
should now be duly warned
that, whatever criticism they
might voice upon their return,
they will no longer be in a
position to complain about one
thing: Israel's hotels.
One reason lies of course in
the fact that Israel can now
point to a long list of first-rate
luxurious hotels. However,
there is a more powerful reason
than that which, to be frank,
came to us as a surprise.
Facts and figures now made
available show that Israel is
acquiring a world-wide reputa-

tion in the field of hotel man-
agement and, while herself
still seeking (by the force of
habit, we assume) experts in
the U.S.A., is in fact exporting
hotel management know-how
abroad.
An Israel enterprise — the
hotel division of the Feder-
man Enterprises (which owns
the King David Hotel in Jeru-
salem, the Dan Hotel in Tel
Aviv and the A c c a d i a in
Herzliya)—is already managing
four hotels abroad. The man-
ager of the King David, Reuven
Geffner, is leaving shortly to
draw up a contract for the man-
agement of a fifth one — in
Upper Volta, Africa.
only this
Geffner
here he
week
tract to
a five-year
Si
a Lake
the 240-room
der the
tel, near Rangoon.
agre ent, the
erms of
20 per-
i rece
Israel f'
osS perational
cent
ovide the
will
pro ,
nage nd 10 other
as tan
xperts, while
rsonne
nel will spend
per
srael training in
an hotels.
ally, the hotel, which
operated jointly by the
a Economic Development
orporation and the Federman
Enterprises uilt as a gift
ernment.
—by th
e, a 10
om hotel
use — in
Lafya Rest
Nigeria,
an, capital of W
success-
already operati
manage-
lly under a simi
nd other 100-
ment cot
el now under
room de
also to be-
cons
man Enter-
run
pr
the vicinity of
capital of Da-
soon be built by
, and opened under
omey4sraeli manage-

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