The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa on July 28, 1949 · 13
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The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa · 13

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THE DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1949 PAGE THIRTEEN Talmadge Controls His Legislature; Given Wide Powers Becomes Real Kingpin of Georgia After New Funds Are Approved ATLANTA. (AP) There is little doubt today that Herman Talmadge still is the political kingpin of Georgia. Some politicians said privately tnat until now doubt of Gov. Tal-madge's ability to act decisively and to maintain control of his followers has been one of the big' gest political factors in the state. It was a big "if" around which apparently were building guberna torial hopes. Yesterday Talmadge emerged triumphant from a special legiS' lative session which voted new taxes $20,500,000 worth. Amendment Awaited All that remains for the special session to do is to concur in a few amendments and , approve an ap propriations bill which gives the governor wide latitude in saying how the new revenues will be spent. Last April 5, the people turned down additional taxes in a refer endum. At the time of that refer' endum, Talmadge himself said he Skinr.sr's f.bcarcni Is Tho Dost fccarcrJ fi!:r.3y Can Cay was opposed to imposition of new taxes without express public approval. Claim "Emergency" In the intervening months. however, an "emergency" has arisen, said the governor. The people, Talmadge claims, are demanding more money "to get the farmers out of the mud, to keep 15,000 old age pensioners on the rolls, aid crippled children and provide more funds for hospitals, teachers and schools." State revenues now are at a record $110,000,000 annually but the governor contends that unless the additional money is forth coming promptly even present state services will be jeopardized. Northern Norway contains Eu rope's only glacier which reaches from the mountain heights direct ly to the sea. It throws off the color of deep blue. Instructions for Freezing Fruits The following freezing instructions of fruits plentiful during the next few weeks have been developed and tested and are completely dependable. The unopened containers of frozen foods may be placed on a kitchen table or counter in front of an electric fan. Never expose them to warm water or a blast of hot air. Frozen Blueberries Select fully ripened fruit. Sort carefully. Wash fruit in ice water, drain and place 1 cups of berries in each pint carton. Add Vs cup of heavy syrup made by mixing cups of 'Sweetose white syrup with 1 cup of cold water. Seal container and freeze immediately. Frozen Sour Cherries Select fully-ripened cherries. Firm the fruit by soaking in ice water for an hour. Wash, remove stems and pits carefully so as not to bruise fruit. Work as rapidly as possible to keep fruit cool. Place 1 cups of pitted fruit in each pint carton. Add cup "Sweetose" white syrup to each pint. Seal container and freeze immediately. Frozen Sweet Cherries Select fully-ripened fruit. Wash in ice water. Remove stems, drain and place V& cups of fruit in each pint carton. Add cup of medium syrup made by mixing 2 cups of "Sweetose" white syrup with 1 cup of water. Seal container and freeze immediately. Frozen Cantaloupe Select firm, vine-ripened fruit. Pare rind, remove seeds and cut 'into -inch cubes or make into balls. Place lVi cups of the cubed fruit in each pint carton. Add cup of "Sweetose" white syrup. Seal container and freeze immediately. Frozen Peaches Select fully- ripened yellow peaches. Dip in boiling water 1 minute to blanch, then cool quickly in running cold water; peel. Cut fruit in half and remove pits. Place halves or slices of peaches in pint cartons. Cover with "Sweetose" white syrup immediately. 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