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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Benton Harbor, MichiganMichigan s biggest buy for Reader and for advertiser final edition Benton Harbor Mich. Saturday june 5, 1965 22 pages Price 7 cents weather forecast Shower. Low tonight 60 to if h 76 to 83. Temperatures Fromm u sat 12 741 m i 12 i 12 at Low s3, at 4 . Tah fornia Senate votes to split state in two by Biu Boyarsky Sawi amento Calif. A pinball Lei Senate fighting like the 49ers Beal off Gold mining claim jumpers has acted to split the nation s most populous Lolale in two. Lint the state Assembly gov. Edmund g. Brown and maybe lie Congress of the United Stales All appeared ready to head the move off at the pass. Sen. Richard j. Dolwig a re publican from he san Francis co Bay area Community of san Mateo offered his plan As an answer to a Federal court order for the Rural dominated Senate to a apportion itself by july 1. Dolwig reacted in angry fron tier fashion to an order that would turn the legislative upper House Over to populous counties particularly those in the Southern part of the state. Hut the Assembly dominated by Southern California was cer Tain to turn the plan Down. We re one state one califor snapped assemblyman Don Allend los Angeles would have to approve the legis lation. Gov. Brown has spoken similarly in the past. The Senate voted 27-12 Friday night for a constitutional amendment dividing the stale at the Tehachapi mountains. A 22 16 vote sent a companion Bill to the Assembly. Pending is a Resolution asking Congress to approve the separation. The Southern state would have a population of 10.3 million the third largest in the nation. It would consist of los Angeles Ventura san Bernardino or san Diego and Imperial counties. The Northern state which would have 7.8 million people would have 51 counties. One senator said there a two different worlds in califor he echoed the sentiment of Many members of the 40-scat Senate dominated by men from lightly populated Northern farm and Mountain counties. Their constituencies still Bear the scars of hundreds of once prosperous Gold mines and their constituents like to think of themselves As the Independent minded descendants of the Gold miners who came to California in the mid 1850s. Tradition is prize in the sen ate. Id fact when the senators redecorated their Chambers they tossed out electric lights and substituted Gas lamps and a victorian decor. California s legislature once asked Congress to Divide the state but that 1859 move was ignored in the confusion of the opening of the civil War in 1861. Five states have been formed by dividing other states. Pay Sweet tells county around town father s footsteps h r Back from England 4 v wins appointment other local tales Thomas a Kling t Homas 2akling intend to follow the footsteps of Liis father in the lutheran min is try. The son of Llev. And mrs. Waldemar Darling. 1927 Broad Way Kair Plain will be graduated june 3 Wilh a a degree from Northwestern College a Crown. Wis. Me then intends to continue ministerial raining at Wisconsin lutheran Seminary Al me Pion. Darling played varsity foot Hall basketball and baseball at . Winning three letters in football. He also was a member of the male chorus and made a singing tour of Michigan last year. His father is pastor of Good Shepherd lutheran and interim pastor of St. Matthew s lutheran Church. Senseless murders Shock Plains area contract on l94 hits Snag 81.1 million Job being held up Lansing _ the state administrative Board reportedly has held up approval of a million contract for widening m Miles of 1-94 in Berrien county. Reports published Here tin s week said the Board of top elective stale officials withheld their Okay after i. Gov. Wil Liam Millikan demanded an explanation of Why 21 Miles of the freeway must be resurfaced this . A project which Calls for add ing a third Lane to both East and West lanes of 1-04 in Ber Rien county already has begun he state Board had approved he contract for building the i ird Lane from the 1-1% in it change East of Benlon Ilar or 7.8 Miles West and South. Rut Milliken Al a Board i cycling recently questioned he necessity of resurfacing 21 Niles of the expressway which As completed Only three years asks Ferguson the lieutenant governor re Cleil a meeting with Highway i Rector Howard Hill according miss Paula kusci1kl 1ss Paula Kuschel. Daughter of or. And mrs. William a. Kuschel 2905 Thayer drive. St. Joseph returned this week thursday from Lon Don England. Miss Kuschel was one of 50 University of Michigan student who accompanied by 10 faculty members spent five weeks in England studying that nation s schools and ils government in action. I re piously u. Of m. Faull members Hail made Simila ours. This year s trip was tin Sec Page 0, column s attention Lane howlers treasure Chest Don Hies sweeps fake is Back again starting Tonitte at 8 . Also tucs. Thurs. At 8 . Here after. Register As Tafi it 1 Juu. Adv Chestn dam of 0 1 Bank robbed map locates big Springs neb., where a Bank robber shot four Bank by in a noon time Holdup yesterday. A wire Prioto map to the reports and insisted on a written explanation from a Dale Ferguson Benton har Bor Republican who is chair Man of the state Highway com Mission. It is the fifth time in three years that in Berrien county has come under investigation by lie administration Board or members of the legis lature. Most of the criticism of the freeway has come from republicans but a special committee in the Senate headed by sen. Charles n. Youngblood a de troit also has been sifting the Sec Page in column 8 Hartford principal to be superintendent Wate Kanip is Given Spiel Sara s Job Hartford Gary Walcer scamp. Hartford High school principal for two years was a minted superintendent of schools by the Board of de Calion last night. The 34-year-old school Iii Strator was named by the Board to succeed Peter Stiel , superintendent at Vilart Ord since 1957. Board Mem cars informed Stielstra in april hat his contract would not be renewed. Some members said they Felt it was time for a Sii Clalra asked the Board to move its meeting up from the second monday of the month to last night because he was leaving Friday night for California where his daughter will be married. Stielstra reportedly has contacted other school District officials for a position til has no Public announcement of where he info kids to re locate. Lohn Babcock Board presi Dent said More than 50 persons applied for the position at Hartford. Other Board members said water Kanip was chosen because he is familiar with the school sys Tern and has established a goo relationship with the teachers started in Wal cramp came to Hartford High school in 1963, succeed ing Arvon Collins Long Umi Gary Waterkamp principal who retired from and a ministrative work to become a mathematics teacher. He had taught five years at Hopkins and Plainwell before moving to Hartford. Waterkamp is a graduate o grand rapids or Caslon High High school and Western Michi Gan University where he specialized in american govern mint and political science lie received his masters degree in school administration at Wal

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