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Naval Academy

Continued from Page 45

April 17-25, 1992. Ma Nishtanah?

WHY WILL THIS PASSOVER BE DIFFERENT
FROM ALL OTHER PASSOVERS?
Because on this Passover you will .. .
• Experience the freedom of being served in an extraordinary manner.
• Feast on the gourmet international Kosher cuisine of Michael Amara.
• Celebrate a Seder that will be meaningful and uplifting.
• Enjoy the very best recreational and entertainment activities.
• Learn more about our religious heritage.
. . . and still spend less than would be expected for all of this.

PASSOVER '92

non-Jewish friends who are
curious about Jewish worship.
Afterward, all the mid-
shipmen gather for an Oneg
Shabbat, with the refresh-
ments prepared in the kit-
chen that adjoins the rabbi's
office.
The kitchen also is used to
make the latkes and donuts
for the Academy's annual
Chanukah party. This past
December it was called
"Chanukah Happening" and
turned into a gala event to
which Jewish students from
American University in
Washington and the Univer-
sity of Maryland were invited.
In all, 150 young people at-
tended the festive get-
together.
Passover is another busy
time for Jewish midshipmen.
Besides participating in a full
seder in the Academy's mess
hall, they are able to enjoy
fully kosher Passover meals
for all eight days.
the
Hall,
Rickover
engineering building dedi-
cated in 1974, is named for
Hyman Rickover.
Near the center of the cam-
pus is Michelson Hall, nam-
ed for Albert Abraham
Michelson, class of 1873 and
later a professor of physics at
the Academy. Mr. Michelson
was a distinguished scientist
who discovered the speed of
light and won a Nobel Prize
in 1907. He was the first
American scientist ever to
win the prize.
Jewish students at the
Academy are proud of the
record of such distinguished
alumni. They're also pleased
that the Academy now offers
a full range of activities. ❑

Breakfast Hosts
Israel Travelers

People who have traveled to
Israel on organized educa-
tional, volunteer or other pro-
grams are invited to an Israel
programs alumni breakfast
8:45 a.m. Feb. 2 at the Univer-
sity of Michigan's Rackham
Building, 915 E. Washington
St., Ann Arbor.
The gathering will be
followed by the seventh an-
nual Israel Conference Day
9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
At the breakfast, Sivan
Maas, Detroit's community
shlicha, will speak about cur-
rent Israel programs and will
be available to discuss new
volunteer and internship
possibilities in Israel.
Transportation from
Michigan State University in
East Lansing will be
available.
The breakfast is free. For in-
formation about the reunion,
contact Sivan Maas,
661-5440.

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OAK BROOK HILLS

HOTEL & RESORT

A magnificent 150-acre resort located
in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook, IL.

From April 17th through the 25th, 1992, Premier Kosher Tours invites you to a
celebration of Passover that will set a standard for excellence. We will handle every
detail of your stay, ensuring that it is everything you have anticipated, and more.
As every Passover should be, this one will truly be different.

For Reservations and Information
Call Toll-Free

800-553-9012

• First-class accommodations • Three gourmet Glatt Kosher meals daily • Health food alternatives by registered nutritionist
• 2 Seders • Under strict Rabbinical supervision • Sumptuous tea service every afternoon and night • Health club and spa
• Heated indoor pool • Free open juice bar • 18-hole championship golf course • Supervised, fun-filled children's day camp
• Teen program • AB rooms/activities situated in same building • Religious services • Lectures/classes by Scholar-in-Residence
• Social activities throughout the day • Outstanding professional entertainment • Free shuttle to Oak Brook Shopping Center }

1992

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PASSOVER 1992

HOTEL
BEACH &
TENNIS
CLUB

ON THE OCEAN AT 67TH STREET • MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA --

One of Miami Beach's
Largest and Most
Luxurious Hotels.

Our 9th Year
8 - 9 & 10
NIGHT PACKAGES

SEDURIM & SERVICES
WILL BE CONDUCTED
BY CANTOR
ASHER SCHARF

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from

$815*

• 600 Beautifully Refur-
bished Accommodations
• Wide Ocean Beach
INCLUDING
• 2 Pools • Children's
Recreation Room • On-
3
MEALS
DAILY
Premises Tennis
'per person double occ
• Dancing • Enter-
Plus Tax & Tips
tainment & Shows
STRICTLY GLATT KOSHER
• Delicious Cuisine
Religious & Cultural Services & Programs
• Complimentary Tea
Room
Conducted by Rabbis Jerome & Hersch Markowitz

RESORT AND CASINO

NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS

Casual elegance at Carnival's premier resort

For Information & Reservations Call

TOLL FREE: 1-800-327-3734 or 305-531-3446

COUNTRY CLUB & RESORT

or write Passover '92 Deauville P.O. Box 402868, Miami Beach, Florida 33140

MIAMI, FLORIDA

IN DETROIT CALL BOB TORGOW: 313-961-4330

Classic elegance with a continental flair

GLATT

The Schechter Family KOSHER
©

invites you to celebrate

PASSOVER

at the all new

Days Inn Oceanside Hotel

on the ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach

Days Innfeatures:

• Magnificent lobby and dining room
• Ocean front pool and beach
• Color cable TV in all rooms
• Entertainment nightly • Resident Mashgiach • Synagogue

The entire hotel has been completely refurbished including
brand new A/C, furniture and baths in all guestrooms.
* Serving 3 Glatt Kosher meals daily *

Please Note: The Days Inn is Kosher For Passover Only

For reservations, please call or write:

The Schechter Family

4299 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Phone: Toll Free 800-327-8165
Fax: 305-534-0553
Miami 305-531-0061

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2 Hours More Sunshine

INCLUDES:
•Daily Activities
• Nightly Entertainment
•Daily Shiurim
• Color TV
•Air conditioning
• Free Parking
•Heated Pool
• Cater To All Diets
•Heated Whirlpool • Gourmet Kosher Meals

On the Boardwalk Entire Oceanfront Block
37th to 38th Street, Miami Beach

ONE NIGHT FREE
March 8 • April 16
Stay 7 nights1Pay for 6

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Phone Toll free 1.800.321.81 6 5

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or FAX 1-305-34-0553

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