In “Taking the chai road” (Nov. 13), there is a picture of five cyclists.
It was a very interesting, well-written article, but I was upset about the fact that you named only the second cyclist from the left and the second cyclist from the right. You neglected to name the other three cyclists pictured.
Is it because you couldn’t obtain their names or was it because they were non-Jews?
The editor responds: As the caption below the photo noted, the other riders were from Phoenix and Chicago. By the time the photo was sent to us, the riders were long gone – and their names with them.