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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Benton Harbor, MichiganLast night s scores Benton Harbor. Portage Northern Dowagiac. Gobies Hopkins Mich Cath. 34 i Bridgman 12 Hartford 20 44 Portage Central 13 j eau Claire. 8 new Buffalo 0 i Decatur 0 Galien 34 i Coloma. 20 j Lakeshore. 8 j Buchanan 36 j Edwardsburg 28 6 i Brandy wine 6 Cassopolis. 6 River Valley 6 Berrien Springs 6 Lawrence 40 Bloomingdale 13 12 Allegan 20 i South Haven Paw Paw. 0 Plainwell 7 6 Bangor Callawan 32 i Delton 35 i Niles 28 20 Fennville 0 Loy Norrix 6 Michigan s biggest buy for header and for advert Iier final edition Benton Harbor Mich. Saturday october is to 52 packs w 10 at ii Khz forecast Clit indy con cd Tincu of Tain tonight Cloudy Cool Sim ii. T e m p e r a t u r e s readings from i i. Mum to sat. A Noil n. So i a. p. M52 i 11. M-10 p. M. M a a. In. A. 17 12 n17 High Fik Al Anim Fri. Low if Al i . 12 n. President makes Appeal for people s vote of Confidence voter s guide special Section in today main line cars on Chesapeake Ohio Railroad track near Watervliet blocked rail traffic Between grand rapids and Chicago this morning. Derailment occurred when Auto driven by William a. Carpenter 25, Watervliet rammed freight on red Arrow Highway a mile East of Watervliet. Car Penter was killed. Passengers aboard c o passenger train due into twin cities at . Today were put on buses at Hart Ford. Freight was due through at 2 . Today but c 0 officials expect tracks to be Clear by then. Car train crash occurred about . Staff photo by Harry Smith train wreck blocks tracks Young Watervliet Man Dies in spectacular Auto crash red Arrow Highway car train crash killed a Young the victim was identified As Watervliet Man Here today and j William Arthur Carpenter 25, caused the derailment of four train cars thus shutting Down the main line of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway and blocking Box 434, hed Arrow Highway Watervliet. He was pronounced dead at the scene by or. A. J. Index Section ont editorials tit in cities news women s Section pages 1, 5, 6, Dalf Fleish of Watervliet a Ber Rien county Deputy medical i examiner., i the crash was reported at . At the Chesapeake j Ohio crossing on hed Arrow Highway about a mile cast of i age _ i Civ Carpenter War Page 3 Raveling alone. Track torn ii the derailment of the four Ann Page 1 the he j Hilt diaries. Page 8 Tore up track and knocked Down Section two Power lines according to scr snarls pages 9, in ii 12, 1.1 Iff s Deputy Dandy . The comics to radio markets weather forecast Page 15 Page in i Ilsc if. Classified ads pages 17, 18, 111 Section Tii Kek area highlights Page 21 to 28 Section Kosih Vicic Clit guide 21 pages Highway still blocked . The Racks through Watervliet were shut to All trains this morning. Ifo waver Only a Pas Senger train due into the twin cities at . I rapids bad been from grand affected so in ant father jailed As warning to pay a n new Douglas 111., Man Wilb an sex wife and three Chil Dren in Lier Rien county was filed for Conte no of court this week and ordered jailed for a month by a Lerrin circuit judge Edsol Ingle 11, was accused of falling to any child support and being in arrears. The judge gave him credit since oct. 10 Ngn list the jail sentence and ordered him to any on the arrearage within to Days after release or spend another Days in jail. Another Man faced thin week Ullh payment of in nor Csrnko or 00 Ionya in Jill in do the payment. I far. Passengers aboard the 1 train were Detour to by bus ii n r f o i1 d around the wreckage. Reported a freight train j is due through Al 2 but that the tracks Are expected to be cleared by that time. Carpenter was lie 53rd per son to die in far ibis year in traffic accidents in Herrien comity. His death pushes thei year s death toil to one More the 52 recorded for All of 1060. Arnt said lie car r a v e i i n g in feast o n led a r r n w i i Shway according to skid Aulo deaths j Marks he said in a Lerrin measured feel. Tra in con incl or .1 o h n h u n t. 57, fraud rapids said Hie Aulo struck the Side of he 17th cur. Ilung said this caused other cars to Sway derailing four near the engine. He said three of the cars carried truck trailers w bile another contained air conditioners the end of the this car was ripped open he said. Hunt said the freight travelling w c s i from Krind rapids to Chicago mid was moving Ghoul 20 Miles an hour. Hunt said he did t know How Long it would Lake o Cleat wreckage and repair the Racks. Arnt Sakl the crossing is marked Bolh by Cross Urnis and Lushing signal lights which were in operation. An Indiana Michigan Kloc iric co spokesman said Power lines knocked Down left Only two families without service. Or. Carpenter was born in Watervliet May 1, 1945, the son of Nelson and Mildred Erickson Carpenter lie had served in the . Navy and was an employee of the a t e r v 1 i e i paper company. In addition to his parents survivors include three Sisters Kenneth Lolene sheets of Paw Paw and mrs. Wilson Beverly and mrs. Wayne Linda thumm of water Veicl and his Giand Molher mrs. Effie Carpenter of in Mirada Calif. Funeral services will be held monday Al 2 . In the Sparks of St. Joseph. M Clvis funeral Home. Water director and group vice lord i Lens. Whirlpool Coin. Jack Sparks Sparks is new Olivet trustee Vliet. The Rev. Harvey u. Pastor of the Plymouth Grega Timal Church will offi Civile Lurial will follow in water viol cemetery. Friends May funeral Home a today. At the pres ident. Whirlpool corp., was Ctm. Named today to the Olivet College Hoard of trustees. Announcement was made by Lester k. Kirk of Detroi College Board chairman follow ing the Hoard s meeting on rumpus d n r i n g Homecoming weekend. Sparks joined Whirlpool in 10.10, because vice president in Sharko of soles in if full was Clev aled to group vice president in and became a director ibis month lie led in the establishment of twin cities area child care Center. To speech Milder than expected Nixon stresses importance of Senate election san Clemente Calif. A president Nixon calling next tuesday s election probably the most important and decisive Senate election in american history has appealed to the a lion for a Vole of Confidence in himself and programs. Vote for those men who will vote for the president rather than against him so that the president can keep his promises to Yon the american people Nixon told 8.000 Republican partisans in Anaheim convention Center and television viewers across be Friday night. 1 the Republican National Commilles purchased network j time for a telecast of the speech in the Wake of thursday i night s incident at san Jose Calif., in which rocks bottles and eggs were hurled at the president. Gloves stay on Nixon had said the time Lias come to take the gloves off and that he would discuss in the an Aheim speech what America must do to end ibis wave of Vio Lence and but he gave a toned Down version of i the same Basic speech he has j been delivering in political swings about the nation. The president said in refer ring to the san Jose incident it s time to draw the line against violent demonstrators and dial the Republican Candi dates for whom he has spoken have taken a Strong stand against this kind of Lawless Ness and this kind of Nixon appealed to voters to stand with these men who understand the after the speech press Secre tary Ronald Ziegler said Nix on will amplify his remarks on the san Jose incident today in a speech at Phoenix first Stop on a four stale Wini Tup political swing to Arizona new Mexico Nevada and Utah. Nixon s speech received an enthusiastic reception from the parly faithful who waved Small american flags and held up multicoloured signs including ones thai proclaimed no Hocks in Anaheim and we re for Nixon. Not doth of these were held aloft behind Nixon and in View of the television cameras. No in contrast to Many Nixon speeches there were no Heck lers and demonstrators inside Hall. A few dozen demonstrators some opposing see Lack Page Sec. 1. Col. 1 Hig Martha Mitchell vociferous wife of the . Attorney general was in a qty Ancery Fri Day As she attended a reception in Honor of a Stan Ley Blair Republican gubernatorial candidate in Maryland. She had laryngitis and could t talk. When presented with this plastic Tele phone she whispered is it bit enough for mrs. Mitchell has been known to make the news with her Telephone conversations with reporters. A wire photo parents police on Alert today vicious tricks May Lurk in halloween treats parents police am civic Day for vicious halloween As poisoned Candy and apply which were fount in Many As the first reports of such incidents this year came in police warned Don t let children eat any halloween treat Wil cud taking a Good look Al in first. In Phoenix. Police and narcotics agents said there also is a dimmer that treats Mihl be spiked with drugs. They issued repealed warn Ings in pair cols no to let Chil Dren eat Candy unless enclosed in the original factory wrap Ping. The officers said fears of Leader Weckl i a. C Aki Kathr i 1.ans1nu a nov. 20 j Pec a will he loader dog week in Mich Igetti Liy of will Lam . Oolf Rales now Paw Paw Lake Golf Chili. Adv mischief maker shot to death Pontiac year old i Oliac was shot and killed while mischief Nia Kwiim with friends i Yii Lay night Fla Loim i police said. Police said the girl whose identity was Wilb hell pending Noli Frealion of her parents who ire Mil of i lie slate was shot in the head. was with a group of older kids ilirowin1 eggs and things like said one a online police Man. Her companions told police they retraced their Steps when they noticed she was no longer Ullh i him and found Hei icing had in a Iii Dennl an i on the Edge of downtown Nullar or rips Are on the Alert to on spiked with razor areas last year. Drugs were sparked by reports that Large amounts of Sconn tablets were circulating ill the Phoenix area. Police warnings were accompanied by newspaper advertise ments in syracuse., . And Indianapolis ind. To combat both the menace to trick of treating children and the possible problem of Vandal ism by some of Iceni hundreds of Laycee members in Memphis tcnn., planned to Lake to the streets tonight in a mass safety they will no police Power but were equipping their cars with two Way radio sys tems to Call police if necessary. In Waukegan 111., Friday night child hit on a Hallow Een treat and found a Wizor Wade Donald Cross Naii a told his Mother after 3v, hours of to b e r o s i something in this a Cindy opening it. Mrs. Mary Ann i Assn Iii. Al found the broken double edged Sii Fely a Nair Bonife 1 her St Iii unhurt. Tile Blade i stuck Between his Cuth i Llu Ffinlo ., police Alno re polled ,1 Sam ibid incident when an unidentified child s Mother accidentally dropped n Hallow. Cen tipple which broke open to reveal a Razur but thu

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