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November 15, 1985 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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68 Friday, November 15, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Continued from preceding page

Welfare Federation who today is
a consultant to non-profit in-
stitutions, said Mrs. Schaver
"never sought to be a letterhead
person — "put me on this com-
mittee."
Mrs. Stollman, who has a
standing luncheon appointment
with Wednesday's honoree,
called her friend "very shy if
you can believe that. She really
commands respect without
working at it."
It is her deeds which speak for
her. Locally she gave a generous
gift to the Holocaust Memorial
Center which in tribute named
its library the Morris and
Emma Schaver Library-Archive
for her and her late husband. In
addition, she made a cash gift to
the HMC and donated books and
archival materials from her pri-
vate collection.
Added to her Wayne State Af-
filiation is the Wayne State
University Press. In 1954, she
and her husband established the
Morris and Emma Schaver Pub-
lishing fund for Jewish Studies.
The fund provides for the pub-
lishing of books on Jewish
themes, philosophy, economics
and more. A recent study, she
said, stated that WSU Press'
publication of books on Jewish
themes has inspired other uni-
versity publishing ventures to
do the same.
Mrs. Schaver plays an active
role in the committee that
supervises the fund. Sometimes,
despite failing eyesight, she
pours over manuscripts and sits
in on meetings to determine
which books will be published
under the fund's auspices.
She is the recipient of many
honors, including honorary de-
grees from the Jewish Teachers
Seminary and Hebrew Univer-
sity. She also received the Torah
of Learning Award and Scopus
Award. Chairman of the Israel
Bonds Women's Division from
1967 to 1970, she was honored
by that organization with its
first Eleanor Roosevelt
Humanities Award. Today, she
is a member of Israel Bonds
Prime Ministers Club and Cen-
tury Club for major purchasers.
To continue to list her affilia-
tions with educational projects,
Israeli causes, Jewish causes
and other humanitarian services
would be at most embarrassing
to her. She'll firmly insist that
one defers from using the word
"Philanthropy" in relation to
her. "Just say she is a lady who
does good deeds. But that's
presumptuous. I'm not the one
to judge whether they're good
deeds or not. I try to do what I
think is the right thing to do."
Mrs. Schaver is relentless in
her pursuit of doing something
to benefit her fellow man. Asked
what new projects are in the
works, she said as her face
brightene, "If you can tell me
how to get and where I can get
more money, I've got so many
projects on my mind.
"I can't make commitments
without knowing if I can honor
them. I have limitations. I try to
do what I can."



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