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(Continued from page I ) BIKEL (I) and Herschel Bernardi are t. a ring their rendition of "L'Chaim--To ,' J'enneg Karen puts his heart into ql  Ine." are already tlere. They've been waiting"--he pinched the waving fingers of his one good arm (he broke the other three weeks ago in Minneapolis) together--"for a while and it's a question of keeping the monster at bay more than anything else. l've seen a lot of confusion, of people saying 'turn the other cheek,' of people saying, 'Don't fight unless you're forced to. rve seen a lot of repetition of history and I don't know the answer." "Do we like doing this kind of show?" He began to grin again and his body danced around his friends. "We do man,, many of these, about 35 in the last few years. We must, must " Then concentration set in as the curtain rose. Coming off after his first number, Bikel whispered, "It's full, it's full, that's lovely." Total and reverent silence prevailed and performers gathered behind curtains as Kenny Karen's voice swelled through "One of God's Children." Later, with tears in his eyes, Bikel whispered, "Kenny tore them up. r' As the light man continued his running commentary to hidden light crews and danced through the end of the Bikel-Bernardi "L'Chaim, to Life," Bernardi came off stage with clenched teeth and sat down behind the curtain. "It hurts now," he muttered. "They told me not to move, but I wanted to tnj it tonight. Boy, it was fun! But it hurts _." Then the kids from the Hebrew Day School came back stage with big eyes and glowing lights. Huddled by the curtain they forgot their fear with hugs and grins from the artists. Then off they went, performers all, to close the show, united like the fingers of one hand. Photos by Barbara Coenson-Roth and Gapj Winder HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, January 16. 1980, Page 5 i i " i ii ] iiii1| MISHA RAITZIN relaxes backstage talking to other performers while the light man in the background prepares cues to set the peect mood. MAKING LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS, Elaine Petco shown at right, goes ouer her musical numbers with musicians o[ the Feidman Trio. L Who Says the American Dollar Isn't Worth Much Anymore? Welcome to our Semi-Annual AMERICAN DOLLAR SALE 00rrivals of Spring Merchandise Coming in Daily I'iIRITAGE Reader, 'ou may know, twice a year RAGS celebrates with our largest sale Year, If you have attended this event before, then you already know .tOexpect. However, if you have never attended, please come in and from huge portions of our regular slack at LOW CLEARANCE tDSAvINGS. See you lhis weekend! FAMOUS NAME BRAND Coordlnat (GROUPS CONSIST OF JACKETS. SKIRTS, SLACKS, BLOUSES) Buy One--Get A Second For "ONE AMERICAN DOLLAR" "* ALL Rags - . AL Uge Set Srocx. Chon  eCtlorl iNO -= erorrl Of Style BOy anr SHOES!  Sale!! Large selection, ot all styles available in all sizes. 'ds Sunday, January 20, 1980 *l.ayawys on s.le inerchan(tisc will I): m:cepled wil h o 5()"/,, deposil and Im  15 (lays ()NI.Yt **The ()NE AMERICAN D()LLAR SALE al)t)lies Io (my (:mnl)in(liol ()[ lops (Im:(:ls. t]l(mses, etc./ mal{'hed with (mother lop of Th(: s(m](,' al)l)li,, h) I)ol Iotas (Sla(:.. Stirls. ;1'.) mol('hcd wilh o sc{'ond I){)llom. Color Butler Plaza Por Gals Who Are to Gigantic . Assortment sEpApATE SLACKS, SKIRTS, jEANS. BLOUSES AND TOPS. I A Second For ,- .- one---GI .... R" our .... m,PN DOLL "oNE AMl:n.v'-- STORE HOURS: .... . " * " Monday- Friday: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.-S p.m. WE WILL BE OPEN THIS SUNDAY, lp.m.- p.m.