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vate ceremony. For the others,
graduation was on Saturday in
the Masonic Temple's Scottish
Rabbi Antin is now looking for
full-time work in the legal field.
He interned the last two summers
with the federal Equal Employ-
ment Opportunities Commission,
but budget cuts have hampered
his efforts to find a position as a
Born in New York, but raised
in the Washington, D.C., area, "I
grew up around government peo-
ple," Rabbi Antin said. 'The gov-
ernment is more tolerant of
Sabbath observance, plus it's a
saner way to practice law.
"You still have your occasional
50-60-70-hour weeks, but those
are not as consistent as in private
practice. And after all these years,
I want to be more involved as a
community activist, rather than
a community observer."
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Less than two weeks after the
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week, teachers Jonny and Miri-
am Levy declared that they have
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on Coolidge, just south of 11 Mile
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While the new program, which
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the Levys promised they will "in-
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philosophies" the children receive
under the current program.
School officials involved in the
talks say they have agreed in
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ment but that no contract has
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are brother and sister.
Selma Goode, the district chair
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es and that the exact amount of
the rent is still in negotiation.
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Johnny Levy concurred, de-
scribing the licensing applications
as 'just more of a technicality."
Many parents have already
submitted nonrefundable deposits
to enroll their children elsewhere.
But in their letter, the Levys say
they will reimburse up to $125 in
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