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April 07, 1978 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Travel Suit
Is Rejected

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The U.S. Supreme Court
has left standing the dis-
missal by lower courts of a
suit challenging the low
cost travel programs oper-
ated by Jewish and non-
Jewish non-profit organiza-
tions.
The suit was brought by
the American Society and
12 individual travel agents
against the Department of
the Treasury, seeking revo-
cation of tax-exempt status
for the non-profit groups.

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Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will
not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

The Message of Passover

Editor, The Jewish News:
I toured the Middle East
in 1977 and visited the
Jewish community of Cairo.
The huge synagogue, with
its gates locked and
chained, was deserted on a
Sabbath morning.
An alleyway led us into
the sanctuary, and the three
men in our group completed
the minyan. The sanctuary,
with its lofty balcony, could
easily seat 700-900 people.

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Love You So Much

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How sad I felt with the
few pitiful, surviving Egyp-
tian Jews, in the "Jews'
Church of Cairo" as it is cal-
led.
The message of Passover
is that Jews are still seeking
freedom and rights, human
rights.

*

Esther Pastor
* *

Historic Rights

Editor, The Jewish News:
The stance Premier
Menahem Begin has taken
is, and should be, beyond
any shadow of a doubt to
any and all righteous per-
sons.
The land of Heroes
(Giborim) that Israel has
liberated since 1948 is con-
tractural according to the
Scriptures — Eretz Yisrael
— the Land of Israel since
the time of Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob.

Ben Schraub
Miami Beach

*

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Praise for Meals

Editor, The Jewish News:
I am a recipient of
Meals-on-Wheels five days
per week and I am very
grateful to the National
Council of Jewish Women,
who I understand are
greatly responsible for
these services.
The services of these vol-
unteers deserve the highest
praise. They are offering a
service that is very neces-
sary for many seniors citi-
zens:

Joseph Shapiro
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Singer Book Hit

Editor, The Jewish News:
In your March 24 issue
you have an article, "Singer
Autobiography Delightful."
Yet the reviewer, Warren
Freedman, says that Isaac
Bashevis Singer is not at his
best: one character lacks
conviction and another is
not credible. A third "does
not ring true."
How can Friedman call
this book, and its subject
matter, delightful?
B. M. Leticia

Vanderbilt Offers
Judaism Studies

NEW YORK — A prog-
ram of study and research
on Judaism and Jewish-
Christian relations will be
offered at the 1978 Vander-
bilt Graduate Summer In-
stitute on Judaism at Van-
derbilt Divinity School in
Nashville.
The June 13-22 program,
co-sponsored by the school
and the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, is for
educators, doctoral candi-
dates and clergy associated
with schools of higher edu-
cation.

Friday, April 1, 1918 59

'Hy' Bylan Celebrates 80th

Leaders of the Reform
Jewish movement will join
members of Temple
Emanuel of Grand Rapids
in marking the 80th birth-
day of H. J. (Hy) Bylan.
Bylan, a past president of
Temple Emanuel, will be
honored at a dinner April 16
at the Hospitality Motor
Inn, Grand Rapids.
Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler, president of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and chair-
man of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Jewish
Organizations, will be guest
speaker.
Bylan was president of
his own congregation
and for many years a vice
chairman of the UAHC.
When he was a student at
the University of Wiscon-
sin, Bylan helped to
found and was first pres-
ident of the National
Federation of Temple
Youth.
He is married to the
former Esther Schwartz,
and they have one daugh-
ter, Nancy B. Bratman.
In addition to a large
number of leaders from the *
*
Grand Rapids community,
former U.S. President *
Gerald R. Ford, a long-time
friend, is expected to attend. *
A delegation from the
Metropolitan Detroit *
*
Federation of Reform *
Synagogues, as well as
local leaders in the na-
tional Reform movement,
will charter a bus to par-
ticipate in the event.
Proceeds will go to the Re-
form Jewish Appeal, which
provides supplementary
financing for the creative
programs of the UAHC and
the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.

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