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December 06, 1991 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-06

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Goldie Adler

Continued from preceding page

a zucchini-chocolate cake.
Mrs. Adler also was a stu-
dent in the synagogue's first
Braille class, an 18-week
course in which volunteei-s
learned to transcribe books
into Braille.
In 1974, the Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood honored
Mrs. Adler on the occasion of
her 35th anniversary at the
synagogue. The "Sensational
Sisterhood Art Players"
presented a play, "Roasting
the Rebbetzin," written by
David Hermelin, Henrietta
Weinberg and Phyllis
Newman, in her honor.

Mrs. Snider said her friend
Goldie never missed a syn-
agogue or family event im-
portant to congregants.
"When I was named
chapter president of
Hadassah, she did the in-
stallation," Mrs. Snider
said. "I was extremely pro-
ud."
Rabbi Groner also recalled
Mrs. Adler's "keen wit and
vibrant sense of humor."
When the congregation
hosted an 80th birthday par-
ty for Mrs. Adler, Rabbi
Groner approached her and
asked, "How does it feel to
reach 80?"
Mrs. Adler replied: "The
best thing about growing
older is that it takes so
long."
Mrs. Adler received nu-
merous awards and honors
for her volunteer activities.
These include the Myrtle
Wreath Award, Hadassah's
highest honor; the Israel
Bond Eleanor Roosevelt
Humanities Award; the Mt.
Carmel Lady of Mercy
Award; and the JTS
Solomon Schechter Award,
which she was the first
woman to receive.
She was cited in 1983 by
the League of Jewish Wo-
men's Organizations, and in
1988 served as honorary
chairman of the Na'amat
Spiritual Adoption lun-
cheon, which assists chil-
dren in Israel.
In 1971, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund hosted a dinner
in honor of Mrs. Adler and
her late husband, at which
the organization announced
the dedication of the "Rabbi
Morris and Goldie Adler
Forest in Israel."
She was president from
1944-1945 of the Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah, and
helped organize the women's
divisions of the Detroit
Round Table of Catholics,
Protestants and Jews, and
the Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Adler served on the
boards of Hadassah, B'nai
B'rith, Sinai Hospital's
School of Nursing and its

women's guild, the
Southfield Arts Council, the
Wayne State University
Press, the Center Symphony
Orchestra, the national wo-
men's committee of Brandeis
University, and Children's
and Hutzel hospitals. She
was honorary chairman of
the Detroit Job Training
Center for Women.
She co-edited and compiled
two books, The Voice Still
Speaks and May I Have a
Word With You, of Rabbi
Adler's sermons.
Mrs. Adler is survived by a
daughter and son-in-law,
Shulamith and Eli Benstein,
and grandchildren Judith,
Jeremy, Joel and Miriam.



Immm ".1

NEWS

Shas Rabbi
Bans Papers

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
spiritual leader of the Shas
party published a ban on
non-religious newspapers
last week.
Pious Jews must refrain
from reading the secular
press because it contains
"heresy and contempt for
the Torah and the sages,"
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the
former Sephardic chief rabbi
of Israel, proclaimed in his
column in the Orthodox
weekly Yom Hashishi (The
Sixth Day).
Secular newspapers are
not to be permitted,
"especially when there are
children in the home who
might be spiritually
poisoned," the rabbi said.
He stressed he was not is-
suing a temporary edict but
a strict halachic ban sup-
ported by all rabbis. He urg-
ed that it be circulated wide-
ly among the public.
Shas is one of the three
Haredi = Orthodox —polit-
ical parties in the Likud-led
coalition government. Its
constituency is largely
Sephardic.

Rabbi Yosef has shown no
qualms about giving inter-
views on secular television
and his spokesmen maintain
contacts with non- religious
journalists.
Nevertheless, he blasted
the secular press for
"licentiousness, obscenity,
nonsense and violent in-
citement against anything
which smells sacred."
He warned that even sell-
ing secular newspapers is a
sin because it "assists the
sinners."
The Sephardic rabbi par-
ticularly banned reading
any newspaper on the Sab-
bath, even the pious journals.

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