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Already facing a loss of sup- port over allegations of vote- buying and corruption in November's Likud Party pri- maries, Sharon took another blow with the latest disclosure involving himself and his sons, Omri and Gilad. The Israeli daily Ha'aretz reported that an investigation of alleged bribery, fraud and breach of trust had been launched surrounding a $1.5 million loan Sharon's sons took from Cyril Kern, a family friend in South Africa. According to the report, Gilad and Omri Sharon re- ceived the money from Kern as collateral for a loan they took to pay back a company through which Sharon had received illegal campaign con- tributions in his 1999 bid for the Likud Party leadership. Among the allegations was whether Sharon misled police when he told them in April 2002 that the contributions, repaid at the order ofthe State taxes, with full disclosure to South African Comptroller, were paid back the relevant authorities, whic through a mortgage on his Attorney General Elyakim gation. Negev ranch. Rubinsteinvoicedoutragelast Kern came to the In fact, the mortgage offer Wednesday that word of the initially wasacceptedbut later investigation had been leaked calling the leak"character was rejected for legal reasons, to the media, sassination." Kern, Ha'aretz reported. The con- Interviewed on Israel Ra- from England, toldJTAhet tributionsultimatelywerepaid dio, Rubinstein said all mate- movedtoSouthMricasix back because of the low-inter- rial regarding the case had ago. He is not well est loan from Kern, the paper been marked classified, but the Cape Town Jewish wrote, had been leaked by someone munity. On Wednesday, Sharon de- with political motivations. Kern said he met nied any improprieties sur- "Whoever released this ma- when they served rounding the loan, callingthe terial at this time did not re- Israel's 1948 allegations "a despicable po- lease it in order to help expose dence. Kern had gone litical plot, which I will dis- the truth. He did it because of unteer for the fledgling prove with documents and the timing," Rubinstein said, Defense Force. facts."The allegations, he said, referring to national elections Meanwhile, Sharon's have"onesinglegoal-tobring scheduled for Jan. 28. political rival, Labor about the downfallofthe prime Rubinsteinadded that it was leader Amram Mitzna, minister." A day earlier, unlikely the investigation on Sharon to explain Sharon'spolitical adviser Eyal wouldbecompletedbefore the events or resign. Arad told a news conference election. that the loan had been paid He said a request for infor- back, along with interest and mation had been submitted to uted to this report. 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Thank You Ruth Aronson and her familiy want to friends and members of all the org: too numerous to mention, whom our Moses Aronson was associated, for their cards, letters, visits, donations and thou expressions of sympathy. We have great loss, but your kind gestures havt comforted us greatly. Thank you, Ruth Aronson