Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 130
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July 23, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 130

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TAKE A LOOK AT THESE NEW IDEAS FOR YOUR HOME AND FAMILY · BY PETER DRYDEN CAMPING TRAILER: Here's a new fold-down tent trailer ("above, left) that can sleep 6 to 8 people and features a rear louvred dropdown panel that gives you access to kitchen services--including packing the ice chest, filling the water tank, or having lunch--without need to unlatch and raise the top. Low road (closed) height of 46" and width of 78" allow complete driver visibility to rear and sides. Opening quickly and easily by crank, the unit has a 14' x 11' living area, space enough for comfort on a rainy day. Details: Nimrod, Dept. PP, 500 Ford Blvd., Hamilton, Ohio 45011. FOR THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED: Many people with low vision, including the "legally blind" (with corrected vision not exceeding 20/200) may be able to read, even without glasses, using this new instrument (above, right). It is designed to intensify light as well as magnify an image four times actual size on its 9" x 14" screen. A movable viewing platform holds reading matter. The portable device is intended for use in homes, schools, libraries, hospitals, nursing homes. For complete details: Opaque Systems, Ltd.. Dept. PP, 100 Taft Ave Hempstead, N.Y. 11550. DRESS FORM: This one (above, left) can duplicate exactly both your figure and posture, claims the maker. You simply put it on for a few minutes while a friend molds it to you, then place it on its own stand where it holds the shape indefinitely. If your figure should change, you can adjust the form. Available in sizes 3 to 11 at $33; 10 to 40, and 18 to 50, at $35 postpaid. Cay, Dept PP Box 53, Cedar Grove, NJ. 07009. HOT ON TAP: This dispenser (above, center; can provide up to 60 cups of instant hot water an hour for cereals, vegetables, thawing frozen foods, warming baby bottles, preparing gelatins, gravies and puddings. The 9-lb. unit mounts on wall under sink, is simple to install, plugs into ordinary 120-volt household outlet, can be set for any temperature from 150 to 190 degrees, and operates automatically. Because it does not operate under pressure, there is no splashing, claims the maker. $75 in stores. In-Sink-Erator, Dept. PP, 4700--21st Si Racine, Wis. CREDIT CARD GUARD: Any time you remove a credit card tor use in making a purchase, this case (above, right) helps you to remember to get the card back. It's designed so it can't close until you replace the card in its holder inside Weighing 2 ounces and made of virtually unbreakable Marlex polypropylene, the case comes in moire patterns of white, pink, blue-green, and wood-grain, in a 4-card mode! at $3.49 and 6-card model at $3.99. DaTON Products Co' Dept. PP, Box 6286, Providence, R. 1.02904. Parade of Progress items are NOT advertising Write to manufacturer if items are not avail- Irihu nr, Y PU Iel°nF ° W f* '° four weeks tor » re ^' Attention .manufacturers and dis- tnbuiors. PARADE will cons.der your new ideas bur regrets it cannot correspond about them Crispy Cookies From Austria by Beth Merriman PARADE FOOD EDITOR These rich, fragile Ischler Cookies come to us from Austria, a country famous the world over for its delicious pastries. They are unusual, have a truly delightful flavor, and make a perfect accompaniment for iced tea, coffee, cola, or other carbonated beverages. Don't roll them less than Vt-inch thick or they may break when you try to spread them with jam and frost them with chocolate. Handle them carefully and you will be rewarded with the praise you'll get from appreciative guests. Ischler Cookies T/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour Va cup sugar 2'/2 cups finely grated walnuts* Mix flour, sugar and walnuts. Add butter; knead until smooth and firm. Work quickly to keep butter from melting. Chill dough 1 hour. Roll out V* of dough at a time on a floured board to Ye-inch thickness. Cut into 2-inch rounds. Repeat until all dough is used, making 72 circles. Place on ungreased cookie sheets; and bake at 350° for 10 to 15 minutes or until cookies are 3 A cup (1V2 sticks) cold sweet butter 1 cup raspberry jam 1 package (6 oz.) semisweet chocolate pieces lightly browned. Cool on cookie sheets. Spread half the cookies with raspberry jam. Melt chocolate pieces over hot water. Spread thin layer of chocolate over remaining cookies. Place chocolate-covered cookies on top of cookies spread with jam. Makes about 3 dozen. *An electric blender makes this easy: grate about 74 cup at a time. FROM PARADE'S TEST KITCHEN PARADE · JULY 23, 1972

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