Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 1, 1974 · Page 6
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May 1, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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GOP Control at Stake if Two Senators Resign By Harrison Weber lowu Dally Press Association DES MOINES - Two "holdover" senators are thinking about resigning from the Iowa Senate. One is Republican floor leader Clifton C. Lamborn of Maquoketa, the other is Senator James Griffin, Republican, of Council Bluffs. Each has two years remaining on their four year terms. Both say the Legislature is so demanding of their time that they are considering resigning. The current session of the 65th General Assembly is 15 weeks old. Lamborn said he is giving "very strong consideration" to resigning. In fact, ho has discussed the possibility with both Governor Robert Ray and Lieutenant Governor Arthur Neu. Lamborn, president ot a construction firm, is currently Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, May 1, 1974 serving his fourth session in the Senate. "The time that it takes is just killing us," said Lamborn. Griffin, who is serving his second session, agreed, saying it has just become too much of a personal sacrifice. If they do resign it could jeopardize the Republicans' control of the Senate. The present split is 28 Republicans and 22 Democrats. FUNNY BUSINESS "™"] NEW "OPIN ROAD" BIKES 27-IN. 1O SPEED RACER WELL, I'LL. TALIC TQ\ THE BOSS AMD SEE) IF HE'LL GO FORr-' MORE ON <YOOR.Y'~V" -IM..* r--^ .•/,' BUT, X DOOBT IT- NOT Bribes Don *t Always Work; Squeezing Opium Farmer Sentencing is Deferred SIDNEY. Iowa (APt—Sen- tencing of Dr. Henry Bonnes, 35. Farragut, has been deferred for two years by Judge Paul Sulhoff. H\ NKA •l.nmlmi Kconnrnisl Nrws Si-rvirt" ANKARA - Turkey's decision to reject further American a n I i - opium compensation and resume poppy-growing has cast a heavy shadow over the corresponding "honorable bribery" being offered by the United States to opium growers in the Golden Triangle where Thailand, Burma and Laos meet. The Americans, financing a similar campaign there, have already paid $7 million to reward Thai tribesmen who agree to discard the opium petals for maize and vegetables with guaranteed markets. Thailand's King Bhumibol himself has intervened to encourage this Mafia-Rotarian switch from opium-growing. A recent estimate claimed that in five north-eastern Thai villages where the compensation scheme had been operating opium production had fallen by 40-50 per cent. But the Golden Triangle produces more than 700 tons of opium each year and no one has been quite sure how much it would cost the Americans to seduce the thousands of villagers from their simple, traditional and rewarding poppy-growing. World opium prices have been soaring and this year's harvest in south-east Asia will double the local poppy-growers' return of $50 per chia (1.6 kilograms) last year to $100 this year. The collapsed American venture in Turkey cost $36 million in compensation over two years. 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