THE JEWISH NEWS
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 7, 1966-31
The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.
By almost unanimous consent,
the world's most popular aperitif
is the dry martini—made from
gin, vermouth and an occasional
dash of bitters, depending on the
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in the Negev have this year given
surprisingly good yields, with 180
tons of fruit harvested from them,
it was announced by Naphtali
Yoffe, Negev supervisor of the
Jewish National Fund Afforesta-
tion Department, which has planted
most of these groves and continues
to experiment with almond cultiva-
tion under semi-desert conditions,
especially on sites near Gilat, Di-
mona, Arad and Be'erotayim.
The Dimona 30 dunam-grove
(71/2 acres) has this year borne
fruit for the first time, already
yielding one ton. The Arad planta-
tion stands out by subsisting on
the sparse rainfall alone, while
the veteran grove, that of Gilat
where the JNF planted 150 (37 1/2
acres) dunams, is now being en-
larged by aonther 12 dunams (3
acres). The 150 dunam-planta-
tion in the desert of Be'erotayim is
irrigated by the infrequent floods
coming through the wadi there in
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IN NEW }WRFC CITY,
Zionists Appeal to Eshkol
on Sabbath Labor
NEW YORK — The Religious
Zionists of America, in an extra-
ordinary session of its national
executive board, expressed great
concern about Sabbath desecration
in the new port of Ashdod and ap-
pealed to Israel Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol for its stoppage.
Prior to her New York debut
recital at the Metropolitan Museum
of Art Jan. 28, Detroit pianist,
Ruth Meckler Laredo, will give a
solo recital in the Gold Room at
Oakland University 8:30 p.m. Jan.
14. Works by Bach, Barbour, Ravel
and Chopin are on the program.
Since her return from a sum-
mer tour with the Marlboro
Chamber Group under the direc-
tion of Rudolf Serkin, she has
appeared in concert throughout
the United States and Canada.
Some of the major cities includ-
ed Calgary, Montreal, Boston,
Miami, New York and Washing-
ton, D. C.
In March she will be making her
fifth European and South Ameri-
can tour with her husband, violin-
ist Jaime Laredo.
Mrs. Laredo received her early
training with Mischa Kottler and
graduated from Mumford High
School. Her parents are the Ben
Mecklers of Robson Ave.
NeW York Film Critics award winner:
bartender—But, in spite of the
unanimity of opinion about the
virtue of this drink as a Wetter of
appetites, there are hundreds of
diverse opinions as to exactly how
a martini should be made— And
almost nobody makes a martini
to his own satisfaction . . . Ac-
cording to a certain lunatic fringe,
a martini should be made at a
ratio of five parts of gin to one
part vermouth, or six to one, or
seven, to one, eight to one, nine
to one, ten to one, et. . . . This is
not to say nationally recognized
gourmets . . They advocate a
martini engineered at about three
parts gin to one part vermouth .
Anything else is not a martini,
they say, and we agree with them.
. • . There are types running
around loose that maintain that
the shadow of a vermouth bottle,
passed over a "shaker' of gin is
all that is necessary to make a
martini, but this is, of course, sheer
folly . . . And while we are on the
subject, a martini is never shaken
(except at the Colony, in New
York), because shaking a martini
"bruises the vermouth" . . . Rath-
er, it is stirred rapidly over small
chunks of ice and poured into pre-
chilled glasses . . Now to the
matter of that all important ad-
ditive . . . There are those who
say that an olive spoils a martini
by tainting its delicious flavor with
oil, while a twist of lemon al-
legedly alters the entire taste of
the drink . . . As the man said,
"If I had wanted lemonade, I
would have ordered it."
A MARTINI SHOULD NEVER
BE MORE THAN THREE OR
THREE AND A HALF TO ONE
. . IT SHOULD ALWAYS BE
STIRRED FURIOUSLY OVER
SMALL CHUNKS (NOT CRUSH-
ED) OF ICE . . . THEN IT
SHOULD BE POURED INTO A
PRE-CHILLED GLASS AND
SERVED TEETH TINGLING
COLD WITH ABSOLUTELY
Our research indicates that this
same potion, served on the rocks,
is also satisfactory ... But no mat-
ter how a martini is made, as
long as it is very cold, it proves
to be a highly effective stimulant
to the digestive juices. -
SID HUDSON, ex-Detroiter now
living on the coast, is another of
the founders of the Saints and
Sinners in Los Angeles who will
be here Jan. 31 to inaugurate the
start of Detroit's chapter of this
famous organization . . . Proceeds
go to help retarded children .. .
The "roasting" of new members
is a riot, and gents from all over
are clamoring for a membership
card ... Call us at the office for
more info, UN 4-6868.
Good Harvest from Almond Ruth Meckler Laredo
Plantations in the Negev
to Play at Oakland U.
GILAT—The almond plantations
March 10, 11, 12, 13
April 7, 8, 9, 10
May 12, 13, 14, 15
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