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March 05, 1993 - Image 129

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-05

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Bernard
Schlussel

Bernard Schlussel, 89, of
Detroit, died Feb. 27. In the
1930s, '40s and '50s, Mr.
Schlussel was a salesman
and later manager in the
rewelry department at the
old Colonial department
store in downtown Detroit.
Mr. Schlussel ran several
Detroit movie theaters.
From 1950 until his retire-
ment in 1967, he owned the
Farnum Theatre in
Hamtramck and the Mel
Theatre in Melvindale.
He was a member of the
Shaarey Zedek, past presi-
dent of the Hannah Schloss
Oldtimers and the Louis
arshall Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. In addition, he was a
member of Perfection Lodge
486 F&AM, the Crescent
and Moslem Shrine, Variety
Clubs International and
American ORT.
He is survived by his son

and daughter-in-law, Law-
rence A. and Sharon of West
Bloomfield; sister and broth-
er-in-law, Vivian and Carl
Chaifetz of Southfield; one
grandson.

Asher Tzvi Tatelbaum

Irving Giles

Irving S. Giles, 84, of
Hollywood, Fla., died Feb.
23. Mr. Giles, a retired
attorney and industrial con-
sultant, was a founding
member of the United
Synagogue Youth Move-
ment and was president of
Temple B'nai Shalom on
Long Island, and he was a
board member of Con-
gregation B'nai Jesheran in
New York City.
He is survived by his wife,
Victoria; son, Dr. Conrad L.;
daughter, Shiela Nassberg;
daughter-in-law, Lynda
Giles; son-in-law, Edward
Nassberg; eight grandchil-
dren; four great-grandchil-
dren.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Leaders
of organized American
Jewry this week had their
first official meeting ever
with Faisal Husseini, the
guiding force behind the Pa-
lestinian delegation to the
Middle East peace talks, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
has learned.
The meeting, which was
private and off the record,
began a little after 11 p.m.
Sunday and concluded after
midnight at Husseini's
headquarters, the New
Orient House, in eastern
Jerusalem.
- According to a source who
was present, Mr. Husseini,
who is a senior adviser to the
Palestinian negotiating
delegation, though not an of-
ficial member of it, gave a
presentation to dozens of
members of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish organiza-
tions, who were here for
their annual fact-finding
mission.
He explained to them the
steadily declining support in
the Palestinian street for the
peace process, which hit a
new low after the "shock of
the deportations" carried
out by the Israeli govern-
ment.
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said to be close to the
moderate wing of the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization, reportedly said he
believed returning to the
negotiating table is key.
"Even though he felt the
issue of the 400 deportees
was a clear violation of
international law and con-
tinued to insist on Israel's
acceptance" of a U.N.
Security Council resolution
demanding the deportees'
return, "he was willing to
accept commitments about
the future of deportations in
order to smooth the way to
negotiations," said the
source.
In other words, "he reduc-
ed the problem of the 400 to
the principle of deportations
in the future."
Mr. Husseini also re-
portedly criticized the cur-
rent Israeli negotiating
delegation's position on an
autonomy agreement in the
territories as "reflecting too
much of the previous for-
mulation" under Likud
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir.
The "emotional high point,
however, was not about poli-
tics but the role of (Palestin-
ian) children and the impact
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