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July 22, 1977 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-22

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20 Friday, July 22, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Fill Awarded Entebbe. Medal

NORM PAPPAS

Man of the Year

For the fifth year in a row Norm has been named
Connecticut General's Man of the Year. In addition,
Norm is a member of Connecticut General's Execu-
tive Committee, which consists of it's top 5 agents.

Norm Pappas is unlike other men in the estate plan-
ning and insurance field. When you meet him you'll
quickly recognize him for what he is . . . a man who

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know s his way around in the complex field of finan-
cial planning.

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You may believe you've "heard everything" about
taxes, estates, and insurance services, but Norm
does the kind of work that sets him apart from other
men in his field. To appreciate the excellence of his
work you must have it explained firsthand.

Norm's office is located at 26555 Evergreen - Suite

1201 - Southfield, Michigan. When you have Norm
Pappas working for you, you've got one of the best.
That is why Norm was selected our Man of the year in

Detroit.

An honor of special dis-
tinction was accorded Dr.
Leon Fill, on July 14, when,
at surprise ceremonies at
his own home he was pre-
sented with the newly estab-
lished Entebbe Award.
This award was given to
outstanding personalities in
about 30 American Jewish
communities "as a symbol
of their solidarity in sup-
port of Israel's major finan-
cial needs." It is -an award
that was established by the
State of Israel Bonds Organ-
ization.
An added uniqueness of
the award was the surprise
element. Dr. and Mrs. Fill
had invited a group of De-
troiters to dinner to encour-
age immediate collection of
$1,000,000 in pledged pur-
chases of Israel Bonds. The
recipient of the award was
not announced until the eve-
ning of the dinner when
Phillip Stollman made the
presentation to the honoree.
In a moving ceremony
that marked the presenta-
tion of the Entebbe Award
to Dr. Fill, Stollman ex-
plained how the selection of
an honoree was made by
the awards committee—and
he paid his respect to Dr.
FIR for his devotion to all
communal objectives as a
former chairman of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign of De-
troit and as having risen to
high ranking positions in
the United Jewish Appeal.
He placed emphasis on Dr.
Fill's leadership in the Is-
rael Bond efforts as well as
his work for Bar-Han and
Yeshiva Universities and
other major causes.
Dr. Fill, too moved by
the surprise for a lengthy
response, pinned the En-
tebbe Medal on his wife,
Cleo (Clothilde), expressing
gratitude for the coopera-
tion she had given him in
all his communal tasks.
David Holtzman had an
important role in the eve-
ning's deliberations as
chairman of the Prime Min-

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Dr. Leon Fill, center, displays the Entebbe Medal he re-
ceived as a surprise at a dinner in his home on behalf of
the Israel Bond campaign. Pictured with Dr. Fill are Phil-
lip Stollman and Mrs. Fill.

ister's Club, which includes
Israel Bond purchasers in
amounts of $25,000 and
more. He announced that
more than $615,000 had
been subscribed and collect-
ed in advance of the dinner
hosted by the Fills and
more purchases with cash
were made after his descrip-
tive analysis of the objectiv-
es and needs.
Having been timed on the
first anniversary of the
miraculous rescue of the Is-
raeli hostages whose lives
were endangered in
Uganda, the evening was
dedicated to Operation Jona-
than, in tribute to the Is-
raeli heroes and to the
American-born Israel offi-
cer who was killed in the
rescue process. A member
of the medical team who
was active in the rescue ef-
forts gave a personal ac-
count of what had occurred
and dramatically outlined
the hour to hour labors that
resulted in the speedy res-
cue effort at Entebbe.

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2/3 cup white wine
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 tsp. garlic powder
1/4 tsp. pepper
1/4 tsp. salt
Mix all ingredients to-
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Place chicken back in
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or until tender. Baste sev-
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7-10 depending on size of
chicken breasts.

El Al Reported
to Be in the Black

TEL AVIV (JTA)—El Al
showed a profit of $28,000 in
its last fiscal year as com-
pared to a loss of $1.2 mil-
lion the year before. Mor-
dechai Ben Ari, the Israel
airline's general director an-
nounced here.

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