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November 28, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-28

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Bronson Family
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The family of S. Jerome
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Judge S. Jerome Bronson
Memorial Fund. Contribu-
tions will be used to help
build an educational facility
in Rocky Mountain National
Park in Colorado.
Contributions to the fund
should be mailed to the
Judge S. Jerome Bronson
Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 79,
Franklin 48025.

Soviet Cancer
Patient Given
Exit Visa

/-

New York (JTA) —
Refusenik Rimma Bravve of
Moscow, who is suffering
from ovarian cancer, has
allegedly received permission
to leave for the United States,
where she can be treated for
her illness, it was reported
last Sunday.
However, although this in-
formation was publicly an-
nounced in Vienna by the
Soviet Ambassador to the
Helsinki review meetings,
Viktor Kashlev, neither
Bravve herself nor her hus-
band, Vladimir, have been
told of the decision, according
to her sister, Larisa Shapiro,
a Soviet emigre who lives in
Rochester, New York.
Shapiro was notified of the
public announcement by the
U.S. Ambassador to the Vien-
na talks, Warren Zimmerman,
and by Sen. Alphonse
D'Amato (R. NY), who has
been in contact with Zimmer-
man and is trying to assist
Shapiro in getting her ailing
sister to the U.S.

Car Bomb Kills
UNIFIL Soldiers

Jerusalem (JTA) — A
booby-trapped car blew up
near the south Lebanon sec-
urity zone last week, killing
three soldiers of the United
Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL) and three
Lebanese. Three UNIFIL
soldiers, two Lebanese civil-
ians and a soldier of the
- Israel-backed South Lebanon
Army (SLA) were injured.
The UNIFIL soldiers were
_ members of the Fijian
contingent.
The car ran through a
UNIFIL roadblock about 10
kilometers north of the Rosh
Hanikra border checkpoint in
an apparent attempt to reach
the Israel border. It came
> under fire as it approached an
SLA roadblock, turned
around and returned to the
UNIFIL roadblock where it
was stopped by Fijian
soldiers. As Fijian and SLA
soldiers approached, the two
occupants of the car blew it
up with themselves inside.

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