Adela Adamska lived in Świder (now a district of Otwock). During World War II, she sheltered a Jew, Adolf Rubel, in her house on Słowackiego Street (today Kołłątaja Street). Adamska knew Rubel before the occupation, the man worked with her husband in a Warsaw paste factory. Rubel had a special hiding place under the floor in Adela’s house, where he hid in case of danger. After the war, the man was found by his only daughter, with whom they settled together in Otwock on Warszawska Street.