We Stack Up Well
Aids Inner-City Youth
Jewish Community Center
Nearly 2,000 persons filled Or- stage, under the direction of Can-
chestra Hall last Saturday for a tor Harold Orbach and Mrs.
special Dave Brubeck concert in
Mildred Dobey, conductor of
tribute to black-Jewish relations. Hartford's 92-voice Gates of Jus-
In the process, the audience paid tice Choir. Orbach has partici-
tribute to a growing friendship pated in the Brubeck piece a
between a Jewish synagogue and number of times nationally dur-
a black church, and contributed ing the last decade, and was fea-
$12,000 to an inner-city schol- tured in the performance Satur-
day with Hartford baritone Ar-
"The Gates of Justice" program thur Thompson.
The clergy from the two con-
by jazz artist Dave Brubeck and
his wife Iola, was presented by gregations also participated with
Temple Israel and the Hartford brief presentations emphasizing
Memorial Baptist Church. The the commonality of black and
outgrowth of a long friendship Jewish suffering, from ancient
between the temple's Fred slavery to injustices for South Af-
Keywell and Hartford's Gil rican blacks and Soviet Jews.
Fisher, the concert was one of a Rabbis M. Robert Syme and
series of events that have been Harold Loss and Revs. Charles G.
co-sponsored by the two congre- Adams and Mark Wilson partici-
The Brubeck text was adapted
Last year, Hartford members
visited the homes of temple. from the Bible, the Union Prayer
members for Passover and home Book, and the speeches of Dr.
visits were reciprocated during Martin Luther King Jr. In-
the Lenten season. Rabbi M. terspersed with solos by Orbach
Robert Syme and Pastor Charles and Thompson were jazz improvi-
G. Adams have traded pulpits zations by the Brubeck Trio and
during the year and youth groups an orchestra.
Frank Simons, executive direc-
from the two congregations have
conducted joint tree plantings. tor of Temple Israel, said the
Hartford is on the Lodge Freeway scholarship program of the
between Seven Mile and Dexter-Elmhurst Council ap-
pealed to many of the temple
Saturday's concert was seven- members because a large number
to-eight months in the planning had grown up in that area.
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