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June 16, 1995 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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FAMILY CIRCUS page 73

"I'm a contributor to and in-
volved with the Abraham Fund,
which sponsors projects where Is-
raeli Arabs and Israeli Jews are
working together to create a co-
existence within Israel," Mr.
Binder explained.
"The vision of the Abraham
Fund is to make sure democracy
works for the Arabs as well as the
Jews. If there is a serious under-
class, we think it is going to be a
major blocking point to the sur-
vival of Israel.
"The fund speaks to the sur-
vival of Israel as a nation in the
1990s, not in the 1950s."
The American founder of the
Abraham Fund is Alan Slifka, the
first board chairman of the Big
Apple Circus, which reaches out
to the New York community with
two programs aimed at youths.
The Clown Care Unit serves
eight New York hospitals, em-
ploying humor to help hospital-
ized youngsters, their families
and caregivers overcome the fear
and anxiety associated with se-
rious illnesses. Thirty-five spe-
cially trained professional clowns
make more than 50,000 bedside
visits annually.
The Circus Arts in Education
Program reaches more than 100

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The Big Apple Circus per-
forms June 16-27 at Meadow
Brook, Oakland University. Per-
formance times are 7 p.m. open-
ing night, 1 and 5 p.m. Sundays,
1 and 7 p.m. Wednesdays-Sat-
urdays and 1 p.m. on June 19.
There is no performance June 20.
For information, call (313) 923-
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The family is on the
road nine months.

inner- city students each year.
The gym at East Harlem's Har-
bor Junior High School for the
Performing Arts converts into a
one-ring circus where youngsters
study acrobatics, clowning, uni-
cycling, juggling, trapeze, stilt-
walking and other big-top skills.
This year, two of the program's
alumni, Carlos Guity and James
Clowney, will be featured acro-
bats on the tour.
Paul Newman surprised New
York audiences one year by per-
forming as a Big Apple Circus
clown. The appearance came af-
ter the actor watched Big Apple
ensemble clowns entertain at his
summer camp programs for chil-
dren with catastrophic illnesses.
Paul Newman Popcorn is part
of the circus snack fare.
"When I first started with the
circus, my parents found it hard
to believe, but they were very
proud once they saw what came
of it," Mr. Binder said. "It's not
what they imagined, and it's not
what I imagined, but it sure
worked out right." II

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