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March 11, 1994 - Image 147

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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THE RABBINICAL STAFF AND THE MEMBERS OF THE

OBITUARIES page 149

KOLLEL INSTITUTE OF DETROIT

EXTEND THEIR HEARTFELT. CONDOLENCES
TO THE FAMILY OF OUR BELOVED

Systems and was author of
Social Stratification: The Forms
and Functions of Inequality.
Before joining the staff of
Princeton University in 1947,
Professor Tumin taught in the
sociology department at Wayne
University and served as direc-
tor of the Detroit Mayor's Com-
mission on Race Relations. At
Princeton, he worked in the
sociology and anthropology
departments.
Professor Tuinin gained na-
tional attention in 1958 with his
Desegregation: Resistance and
Readiness, which profiled white

males in Guilford County, N.C.
He was an outspoken critic of
all forms of discrimination, es-
pecially university student clubs
that refused to admit Jews.
Professor Tumin was born in
Newark, N.J., and graduated
from the University of Wiscon-
sin in 1938. In addition to his
work at Wayne and Princeton,
he taught at the Columbia Uni-
versity Teachers College.
He is survived by his wife,
Sylvia; sons and daughter-in-
law, Jonathan and Kathie of
Wheaton, Md., Zachary of Man-
hattan; four grandchildren.

RABBI ABRAHAM GARDIN

OF BLESSED MEMORY

WHOSE WARMTH, KINDNESS, AND GENEROSITY
TOUCHED THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS
IN OUR COMMUNITY, YOUNG AND OLD, RICH AND POOR.
MAY HE BE A "MAYLITZ YOSHER" FOR HIS WIFE, CHILDREN,
GRANDCHILDREN, AND ALL "KLAL YISROEL."

DYSAUTONOMIA

Gore Makes Attempt
To Re-Start Talks

Washington (JTA) — Vice
President Al Gore invested
some effort this week in try-
ing to get the stalled Middle
East talks back on track.
Mr. Gore met with a group
of Arab American leaders,
and then received an
honorary degree at the
Israeli Embassy here from
Bar-Ilan University, located
near Tel Aviv.
In his speech at the em-
bassy, Mr. Gore said that
last month's killing spree in
Hebron "has been a setback
which re-opened wounds
decades old, and that we
cannot expect to stitch closed
overnight.
"Nevertheless, I believe
with all of my heart that the
peace process can and will
succeed," Mr. Gore con-
tinued.
"Israel has now chosen the
path of peace. I am convinc-
ed that (Palestine Liberation
Organization) Chairman
(Yassir) Arafat has, as well,"
Mr. Gore said.
Earlier, Mr. Gore met with
a group of top Arab Ameri-
can leaders.
The Arab American group,
which included represent-
atives from the National
Association of Arab Ameri-
cans and the Arab American
Institute, presented the vice
president with a list of five
recommendations for U.S.
action.
The recommendations
were similar to those pre-
sented by Arab American
leaders to Secretary of State
Warren Christopher last
week following the shootings
of Palestinian worshipers in
Hebron by a Jewish settler.
Among the recommenda-
tions were suggestions that

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Faith in the process.

the United States be more
actively involved in the
peace process, and that the
Clinton administration
should support a U.N.
resolution calling for an
international presence in
the territories to protect Pa-
lestinians.
Mr. Gore told the guests at
the Israeli Embassy
ceremony that the Arab
Americans, in the wake of
the Hebron incident, "told
me that what moved them
deeply was to receive from
the friends they had made in
the Jewish community, dur-
ing this effort called
Builders for Peace, heartfelt
expressions of condolence
and sorrow, to reach out to
them and to lift up their
hearts."
Builders for Peace is a U.S.
private sector organization
of leading Jewish and Arab
Americans interested in in-
vestment in the territories.
Mr. Gore announced the
group's formation last
November. ❑

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