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Detroit's Bonds With
The Technion

Your April 19th editorial applauded the
long-standing relationship between
Detroit's Jewish community and
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
There is a new and important addi-
tion to this wonderful history — Wayne
State University's School of Medicine
student exchange program with
Technion, launched by both institutions
in 2011.
Last year, the first group of Israeli
medical students came to Detroit and
continued their medical education on
the WSU campus.
Just last month a group of Wayne
State medical students traveled to Haifa

Corrections

• In last week's cover story, "Portraits
Of Courage," the final two lines on page
11 were missing. The story about the
Ravensbruck exhibit at the Holocaust
Memorial Center was meant to end
with a quote from Holocaust survivor
Paula Marks-Bolton, who has spoken to
students and visitors at the Holocaust
Memorial Center in Farmington Hills.
Her comment, which urged her lis-
teners to fight bullying, should have
read, "Gauging your success in life isn't
about how much you own, but what

to receive hands-on training in the
Israeli medical system.
The students involved from each
institution have spoken glowingly
about their experiences, which some
have described as life-altering. Wayne
State expects to have 10 to 15 students a
year participate in this latest expansion
of its international student exchange.
Detroiters who have long admired and
supported Technion can be justly proud
of this newest link between that great
university and our own community.

Eugene Driker

Member, Board of Governors

Wayne State University

See a story about the program on page 52.

have you done to help others?"
The exhibit is sponsored by Lauren
and Sam Bienenstock.
• The story "Korotkin Insurance
Group Is Committed To JARC" (April
5, page 31) told of the firm's and the
Korotkin family's $50,000 pledge to
support JARC and raise an additional
$50,000 in matching funds. The story,
however, had the wrong telephone
number to make contributions. To
help the Korotkin Group's Centennial
Anniversary Fund reach its $100,000
goal, call (248) 538-6611.

Detroit Jewish News Cap & Gown Yearbook section is coming May
24. Are you Jewish and a graduating senior? The Jewish News will
honor all Michigan high school graduating seniors who are Jewish
in our Cap & Gown Yearbook 2012, which will be published May
24. For free, we will include a photo and up to 40 words listing
your accomplishments. We also encourage families to honor their
student or out-of-state graduates with a congratulatory ad. Email
your information including name, school you are graduating from,
intended college and a list of your academic honors, achievements,
and Jewish and non-Jewish activities, to jheadapohl@renmedia.
us by April 30 along with a digital photo of yourself. Questions?
Contact Jackie Headapohl:
jheadapohl@renmedia.us or (248) 351-5110.

Your
Financial
Issues

Yiddish
Limerick

Israel Independence Day

Di medineh* was born with sweat
and with blut**
after tzvey toisent yahr*** that we
were in galut.****
Now there is only ein cholem*****
for the state to have sholem,******
in the State of Israel and dos is
gantz gut*******

* di medineh, the state
** blut, blood

*** tzvey toysent yahr, 2,000 years
**** galut, exile
***** ein cholem, one dream
****** sholem, peace
******* dos is gantz gut, this is
good enough.

Rachel Kapen

Art Show To
Benefit Autism

An Invitation To Graduates

Ask Attorney
Ken Gross
about...

Judson Center's Autism
Connections is celebrating the
artwork and creative accomplish-
ments of its clients and their
families in an upcoming art show
entitled "Connecting through Art:
Faces of Autism."
The show takes place from
6-8 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at the
Judson Center, 4410 W. 12 Mile
Road, Royal Oak.
Autism Connections provides
therapeutic and support services
for individuals with autism spec-
trum disorders, their families and
the community. They offer social
skills groups, behavior therapy,
counseling and other family-
centered activities.
There is a suggested $20 dona-
tion upon entry. RSVP in advance
to (248) 837-2047 or email
autismconnectionsoakland@
judsoncenter.org.
For information, contact Elaine
Robinson at (248) 549-4339 or by
email at Elaine_robinson@
judsoncenter.org.

Yes. A Short Sale is
an ideal way to exit a
house under water.
The benefit is that
you do not spend the
next 20 years paying $300,000
for a house that is only worth
$195,000. The scuttlebutt in
the marketplace that short
sales are problematic is false.
The key is to make sure you
know the priorities. The
broker's priority is to close the
deal. Your priority is to get
the release from the lender on
any claim of a deficiency and
only then do you close. Our
role, as the attorney, is to fight
and make sure you gain the
release. Time is also ticking,
because after 12/31/12 the tax
exclusion on canceled debt
on your primary residence
expires.

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