GIVE THANKS FOR PUMPKIN PIE
SPECIAL PUMPKIN PIE ... For Thanksgiving
By CECILY BROWNSTONE
Associated Press Food Editor
Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie will
be as nutritious as can be, and
have a rich brown color, if you
use nonfat milk in it. If the
youngsters in your family are too
young for a rich pastry under
crust make this special Pumpkin
Custard for them. It’s a fine des
sert, too, for family meals the
whole winter long.
Special Pumpkin Pie
Ingredients: One 9-ounce package
pie crust mix or 1 standard pastry7
recipe, Vz cup sugar, Va cup mo
lasses, la4 cups canned pumpkin,
Vz teaspoon cinnamon, Vz tea
spoon nutmeg, Vfc teaspoon gin
ger, Vz cup nonfat dry milk, 2
tablespoons flour, 1 Va cup water,
Method: Prepare pastry; divide in
half. Roll out half on a lightly
floured board; line 9-inch pie pan
and flute edges. Roll out other
half to Vs-inch thickness; cut out
six 2Vi-inch turkeys with cook$
cutter or cut around cardboara
pattern. Place on ungreased cooky
sheet and bake in a hot (425 F.)
oven until puffy and golden
brown, about 5 minutes. Mean
while mix sugar, molasses and
pumpkin. Mix cinnamon, nutmeg,
ginger, nonfat dry milk, and flour
together; sprinkle over water and
beat with rotary beater until just
blended. Beat in eggs lightly. Add
to pumpkin mixture; blend well.
Pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake
in hot (425 F.) oven 15 minutes.
Reduce heat to moderate (350 F.)
and bake until crust is lightly
browned and a sharp - pointed
knife inserted near the center
comes out clean, about 35 min
utes. Cool. Garnish with baked
1951 Revenue Act Imposes
Two Separate Taxes On
Two separate federal taxes are
imposed on gambling operations
by the Revenue Act of 1951, ef
fective this month.
Some taxpayers do not realize
that there are two distinct taxes
and that liability is incurred by
anyone who accepts wagers, whe
ther as principal operator or
merely as one who receives
wagers on behalf erf others, ac
cording to Clark Squire, Internal
Revenue Collector in Tacoma.
Pending issuance of regulations,
clarification is sought through a
statement by Commissioner John
B. Dunlap explaining provisions
of the occupational tax and of
the 10 per cent excise tax on
amounts accepted as bets.
Payment of the occupational
tax is made by purchasing a
stamp for $33.34. A person in the
business of accepting wagers is
required to buy the stamp, nnd
every “runner” or person who* ac
cepts wagers on behalf of another
must have one. Each applicant for
a stamp registers with the collec
tor, stating whether he is operat
ing as a principal or as an agent.
A principal must report the
names of all his agents, and an
agent must report the names of
all his principals, giving business
addresses. Taxpayers who hove
no business address will give their
TERRITORIAL SCHOOL TAX FOR 1951
NOW DUE AND PAYABLE I
TAX IS DUE AND PAYABLE AFTER JANUARY I OF EACH
YEAR AND BECOMES DELINQUENT AFTER DECEMBER 1.
A Penalty of $2.50 Attaches If Not Paid
On Or Before December 1, 1951.
Who Must Pay School Tax:
All male and female persons over 21 and under 55.
Unemployed Dependent Females, Active Military or Naval
Fersonnel, Insane Persons, Permanently Injured—unable
to earn a living.
EMPLOYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR COLLECTION
OF TAX FROM THEIR EMPLOYEES.
Failure or Neglect to Pay the School Tax is
a misdemeanor and subject to arrest and a fine
of not more than $100 or imprisonment of not
more than 90 days.
Payment Should Be Made to Your Local School Tax Collector
or Mailed to: Department of Taxation, Box 2751, Juneau, Alaska.
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Judy Garland Returns
To Vaudeville After
NEW YORK, (/P) — Judy Gar
land, feeling “wonderful” after j
her backstage collapse last Sun- i
day, is back on Broadway singing
her way into the hearts of her
The 29 - year - old actress re
turned to the Palace Theater
vaudeville show Friday night and
received an ear-splitting ovation
that left her and many in the
1,800 audience sobbing.
Miss Garland, who has had a
troubled career in recent years,
spent four days in a private sani
torium this week recovering from
what her doctor called “nervous
Worst Floods In 50 Years
Hit Italy’s Po Delta Area
ROVIGO, Italy, (/P) — Some
150,000 persons were reported
fleeing their homes in the Po
Delta as Italy’s worst floods in
half a century continued their
death - dealing rampage that al
ready has cost at least 94 lives.
By train, truck and boat, vil
lagers and city dwellers hurried
to the safety of the northern
They fled from this provincial
capital of 40,000 shortly after
midnight as torrents of water be
gan surging over the streets.
Thousands of others were pulling
out of some 40 villages which
were either engulfed by the flood
waters or in immediate danger of
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Railroads Get 32 Per Cent
Raise In Pay for Mail Haul
WASHINGTON. (/P) — The
Interstate Commerce Commission
today granted the railroads a fur
ther increase of about 32 per cent
in mail pay rates.
The increase was estimated to
give the carriers about $74,889,000
more a year for hauling the mails.
Today’s award boosts the gov
ernment’s railway mail pay about
80 per cent higher than the rates
in effect in 1947, when the rail
roads started proceedings for
The nice thing about radio is
that it enables you to worry about
things in all parts of the world.
VETERANS DISABLED IN
KOREA TO GET TRAINING
of World War II who returned
to active duty and were disabled
after the-outbreak of fighting in
Korea may receive vocational
training, the Veterans Adminis
tration said today, “even though
they may have already trained
under the GI bill.”
The provision for additional
training, the VA explained, was
included in legislation approved
last month. It authorizes veterans
with service-connected disabilities
suffered after June 27, 1950, to
take training “if they need it to
overcome the handicap of those
disabilities,” VA said.
New Schedules Effective Oct. 30
EACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY
ARRIVE NOME FROM FAIRBANKS 10:30 a. m.
LEAVE NOME FOR FAIRBANKS 11 .on „ —
„. „ . . 11:30 a. m.
EACH WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
ARRIVE NOME FROM FAIRBANKS 12:45 n. m.
LEAVE NOME FOR FAIRBANKS 1:45 p. m.
EACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY
ARRIVE NOME FROM KOTZEBUE
Via Candle and Deering
LEAVE NOME FOR KOTZEBUE m.yin „
Via Candle and Deering 10‘40 3’ m>
ARRIVE NOME FROM FAIRBANKS 4:00 a. m.
LEAVE NOME FOR FAIRBANKS c.nn „ ~
... „ . . 5:UU a. m.
FREIGHT ONLY, NO PASSENGER SERVICE ON SUNDAY
is proud to announce they can now serve your
homes with filtered and zeolite-softened water at
It will not cost you a cent more than what you have
been paying. You will be amazed at the difference ! No
more scaly tea kettles or corroded hot water pipes.
AND LADIES — You can now use all of your favorite
gentle soaps and think of the saving. Your wash will come
out soft and clean. — Be kind to your hands !
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