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July 15, 1988 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-15

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44 rriibAy, 'Jay 15; 1988

Spiritual Adoption Lunch
Names Adler for Honor

Communal leader Goldie
Adler has accepted the
honorary chairmanship of the
Na'amat/USA Spiritual Adop-
tion Luncheon, according to
Ruth L. Miller, Greater
Detroit Concil Spiritual Adop-
tion chairman.
The luncheon is scheduled
for Aug. 4 at noon at the
Southfield Hilton Hotel. The
luncheon marks the culmina-
tion of the campaign on
behalf of Israel's neediest
children who are spiritually
adopted by subscribers to the
special program.
Subtitled "Bis a Hundred
and Ilzvantzik," (lb 120), the
luncheon will celebrate the
80th birthday of Goldie Adler,
as well as saluting the 40th
anniversary of the State of
Israel.
This year also marks 50
years since Mrs. Adler arriv-
ed in Detroit with her hus-
band, - the late Rabbi Morris
Adler. During that time she
has played a leading role in
the development of Women's
Division of the Israel Bonds
program; the Women's Divi-
sion of the Greater Detroit In-
terfaith Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews and the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Women Division.
She has served as the presi-
dent of Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah and serves or has
served on the boards of B'nai
B'rith, Sinai Hospital Guild,
Southfield Arts Council, the
Shapero School of Nursing,
Children's Hospital, Hutzel
Hospital, Brandeis Universi-
ty, Wayne University Press
and the Center Symphony
Orchestra.
Mrs. Adler has received
numerous awards, among
them the Israel Bonds'
"Eleanor Roosevelt Human-
ities Award," the Mt. Carmel
Hospital "Lady of Mercy.
Award and Hadassah's na-
tional honor, "The Myrtle
Wreath Award."
She was the first woman to
be honored with the
"Solomon Schechter Award"
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary from whose
Teacher's Institute she was
graduated. The Jewish Na-
tional Fund established the
Rabbi Morris and Goldie
Adler Forest in Israel in 1971.
Mrs. Adler also has co-
edited and compiled "The
Voice Still Speaks" and "May
I Have a Word With You," two
books of Rabbi Adler's ser-
mons. She has lectured and
written widely.
Rabbi Irwin Groner,

Goldie Adler

spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek, will
deliver the invocation, as well
as a tribute to Mrs. Adler.
A "Salute to Israel" will be
presented by the musical
quartet of Miriam and
Gabriel Bolkosky, and
Suzette Shuller and Jerome
Wilczynski.
For information and
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon
reservations, call Na'amat/-
USA, Greater Detroit Coun-
cil, 967-4750.

Group To Go
To Tiger Game

Shalom Group, Hadasah,
will sponsor a family day at
Tiger Stadium, when the
Tigers play the White Sox, on
Aug. 21 at 1:30 p:m. The
reseved seats will be on the
lower deck. Goodie bags for
kids and Tiger mugs will be
distributed.
Paid reservations are due by
Aug. 5.
Group President is Deborah
Canvasser, and Program Vice
Presidents are Linda Belkin
and Lauri Sommer.

Hanita Women
Plan Meeting

Richard Nagler of the Far-
mington Hills Library will
review "Citizen Cohn" for the
Hanita Chapter of
Na'amat/USA. The meeting
will take place in the home of
Gertrude Brainin, 31711
Ridgeside Dr., Farmington
Hills on Tuesday at 12:30
p.m. There is no charge. For
information call Lillian
Meyers, 352-3739.

Women Have
Rummage Sale

The sisterhood of B'nai
David will hold its annual
rummage sale on Sunday and
Monday at the synagogue,
10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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