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Back from Middle East 9 News Director Returns From Israel Fresh Viewpoints, Understanding Qene Starn "Tile lsraelis, said Jordan, Staff "still speak longing]Iv and television favorably about Nixon. news director and Jordan said there is some is back in question in Israel as to just some freshview- how long Menachem Begin events that can hang on as prime place in minister. "I got the feeling." he East and a new said, "that the lsraelis expect to of develop- hold elections before the year is over and that Shimon Peres the euphoria that appears likely to be the next when he first prime minister." Jewish State two There is much disagree- has dimmed ment among Israelis, Jordan Jordan's news said, over the West Bank in Iran and Afghanistan shattered Israel's favor 9 IVisit then came just President now famous to Jerusalem that he beginning of the in Iran and have shattered for the United told a group of at a special last week. "Israelis rlcerned about handling of he said. situation in Was told in Israel, shouldn't have months." that most a general fear will be reelected I expressed the Reagen just raised their settlements and autonomy for the Arabs there, ranging from approval for a sovereign state to doing nothing at all. In his talks with Peres, he said the Labor Party leader told him that if he were in office they would suspend establishing new settlements while the autonomy talks were in progress. In talks with other ministers, Jordan said he was told to expect Iran-type upheavals of the ruling powers in other Arab states. But he was told the real "enemy" is the Soviet Union. "Go home and take a look at a world map," one minister told him, "but not just where the oil is situated. Look at a map of all the sophisticated minerals so necessary in our modern civilization--like rhodeum and other exotic GREENSPUN (co.U..ed inhuman." , closer, Helen and her rgen-Belzen they inmates were quickly shifted transferred to to another camp. "And agaiq Camp--Burghau, we walked and walked and 0m. Munich. "We walked.., Ind walked and lot of girls ran "There were no guards in lYofthem escaped the towers at this new camp. iberated. We didn't There were no towers; they rl because we were were blown up. There was Stogetherandfour nothing left in this camp. uld not run." Again the camp was Helen and her attacked and the Germans :ed on war took us out of there. Again cleaned them, we were walking and the and worked on planes were flying low. On to were no another camp, a big camp. Barghau. They This one had towers and from piles of guards. "One day we woke up at this camp and.., there .scame were no Germans, the '! Saw It in HERITAGE' metals--and you will notice the Soviets have for the past five or six years been meddling in those areas which could severely hamper the U.S. ability to procure these materials." Jordan wanted to find out if Israel really had an atomic bomb, so he asked one Israeli official. "Would Israel use atomic weapons in warfare?" The evasive answer he received, Jordan said. still left the question unanswered. "'Israel will not be the flint to use atomic weapons," he said he was told. Channel 9 was to have HERITAGE photo by Gene Slam begun showing film segments of Jordan's trip beginning last Wednesday during the II p.m. newscast on successive nights. He said they were to include a portion on inflation, solar energy and the 'Voice of Hope" radio in southern Lebanon. Accompanying Jordan was a Channel 9 camerarnan. 23- year-old Gary Singer. who is .Jewish but had never been to Israel before. Asked what Singer's reactions were. Jordan said, smiling. "He was just like a little kid with his nose against the candy store window." Executives 00o=p,00e To Look at towers were empty, we heard it. shouts.., up in the air Commun flyingelectriClow.fires' the airplanes Plannino "There were a lot of Executive committees of men... Americans and a big the four area synagogues and woman in uniform with dark three agencies of Orlando's red lips. We grabbed her, we Jewish Federation will partici- wanted to embrace her. Oh pate in a two-day Community good, we were going to have Leadership Planning Institute food, we were going to have on May 17-18 to discuss short. food, we are liberated, we are medium and long-range liberated.., and she pushed planning. us away. Topics of discussion will "We screamed 'we are include the relationships liberated'.., and she doesn't between the Federation and like us... nobody likes us and synagogues, its agencies and we couldn't understand the community. why." 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