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July 12, 1991 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-12

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designate Ann Arbor's
downtown as a historic
district and to "preserve the
pedestrian friendliness of the
downtown area."
Ms. Brater does not see her
religion — Judaism — or
gender as particularly rele-
vant to her job as mayor. But,
she added, she does see the
need to promote equity in
government and the com-
munity and to foster coopera-
tion between the different
ethnic groups in the city.
In the 1970s, Ms. Brater
worked with the Anti-
Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith. "I am very interested
in working on issues regar-
ding multi-culturism and pro-
moting an atmosphere of
respect and tolerance," she
said.
The Braters are active at
Beth Israel Congregation in
Ann Arbor. When their
daughter celebrated her bat
mitzvah last month, Ms.
Brater invited all 10 city
council members.
"I do like going to services.
It is a nice opportunity to set
things aside and spend time
getting a perspective on
things," she said. ❑

I NEWS I

Egypt Detains
Scientists

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Egyptian
authorities have seized an
Israeli yacht with 13 people
on board who were charged
with illegal entry into Egyp-
tian territorial waters near
Sharm el- Sheikh in
southern Sinai.
The Eilat-registered vessel
Solan carried a party of 12
marine biologists and
botanists, led by Professor
Yoel Kashman of Tel Aviv
University.
They and its captain were
escorted to A-Tor, the ad-
ministrative capital of
southern Sinai, where the
scientists were also accused
of illegal scuba diving and
collecting marine specimens
without a permit.
Israeli diplomats from the
Cairo Embassy reportedly
went to A-Tor to try to settle -
matters. Foreign Ministry
sources said they hoped the
detainees would be freed by
the end of the day but the
ship probably would be held,
pending a court hearing.
Israeli sources suggested
the incident stemmed from a
"misunderstanding" or was
the work of an over-zealous
local official.
The Egyptian Consulate in
Eilat said it had no informa-
tion about the seizure of an
Israeli vessel.

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