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November 15, 1985 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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66 Friday, November 15, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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PROFILE

Chairman Is A Lady

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Israeli leader prior to that. She
recalls her close friendship with
the prime minister, fondly re-
membring their discussions of
family and other light topics
over tea. "I wasn't part of her
kitchen cabinet, but I was in her
kitchen a number of times." The
two had appeared on several
programs together, Golda as the
speaker and Emma as the
singer. In addition, they were
tied by their affiliation to the
Poale Zion — Labor Zionist
movement.
Her other acquaintances from
Israel include many who are
now - deceased — David Ben-
Gurion, Moshe Sharrett,
Yitzchak Ben-Zvi, Levi Eshkol
and Pinchas Sapir.
Frieda Stollman, who also has
many ties to Israel and institu-
tions there, talked about Mrs.
Schaver's tireless pursuits to
benefit the Jewish state. She re-
called that after Mrs. Schaver's
husband Morris died in 1961,
everyone thought that she
would retire from her communal
puruits. However, the opposite
was the case.
"She told people she wouldn't
sink into the background and
disappear. When her husband
died, she wanted to keep up her
husband's business. She needed

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rael." Mrs. Schaver, chairman of
the board of Central Quality
Services Corp., has since become
the president of the Mokhtzvei
Even Quarry in Haifa, Israel.
"She went into another business
to do good things in Israel,"
Mrs. Stolman said. She always
helped with big (humanitarian)
projects in Israel.
The Pioneer Women organiza-
tion is familiar with one of those
projects. In 1966, ground was
broken for Beit Nechama in
Ramat Eliyahu, a suburb of
Rishon l'Zion, for a comprehen-
sive community center. Finished
in 1968 and bearing Mrs.
Schaver's Hebrew name, the
center has vocational classes for
women, day care and an au-
ditorium and kitchen equipped
to service wedding and bar/bat
mitzvah celebrations.
Throughout Israel there are
universities, recreational
facilities, schools, hospitals,
organizations, funds and public
institutions which have felt the
Schaver touch.
Despite the fact that her face
and name often appear in print
locally, Mrs. Schaver is seen by
her friends as a private person.
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