Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa on July 7, 1970 · 13
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Quad-City DAVENPORT UEI NIPPER Uei "Pappy" Nipper, 42, of 312 W. 3rd St., Davenport, died Monday in the Pine Knoll Home, Davenport. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Hill & Freder-icks Mortuary, Davenport. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6078, Buffalo, will conduct graveside services at National Cemetery, Rock Island Arsenal. Visitation begins at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary. Mr. Nipper was born in Ha-zen, Ark. He married Alice Darrell June 20, 1970, in Davenport. He had been employed at the Lawrence Construction Co., Bettendorf, as a truck driver. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife; daughters, Diane and Jeannie Nipper, both of Moline, and Joyce Lawson, Rock Island; sons, Tony, David, and William, all of Moline; one grandson; and brothers, James, East Moline; and Thomas, Seaton, 111. Albert Meier Dies At Age 87 Albert A. Meier, 87, of 406 S. Pine St., DavenpcJ, died today in his home. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the Runge chapel. Burial will be in Fair-mount Cemetery. Visitation begins at 7 p.m. today at the mortuary. Mr. Meier was born in Davenport .He married Caroline ALBERT MEIER Petersen In 1904 in Davenport. She died in 1930. He had been in the real estate and insurance business for 45 years retiring in 1968 . Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dewey (Lillian) Long, Bettendorf; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a sister, Maree Meier, Davenport; and a brother, George, Bettendorf. Max Marxen; Ex-City Employe Max Marxen, 73, of 2104 W. 3rd St., Davenport, died today in St. Luke's Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in St. Mark Lutheran Church, Davenport. Entombment will be in Davenport Memorial Pack Mausoleum. Visitation is from 2 p.m. Wednesday to noon Friday at the Runge Mortuary. Memorials may be made to SI. Mark's Church. Mr. Marxen was born in Marne, Iowa. He married MAX MARXEN Doris Lehnhardt July 19, 1926, in Council Bluffs, Iowa. He had farmed near Walnut and Winterset. He was later employed by the Davenport maintenance department. He was a veteran of World War I. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Lavila Ramsey, Davenport; a son, Lloyd, Davenport; five grandchildren; brothers, Theodore, and John, both of Atlantic, Iowa, and George and Louie, both of Winterset; and sisters, Mrs. John Wilms, and Mrs. Edward Hulin, both of Atlantic, Mrs. George Kirkpatrick, I I fHfn iii Death Des Moines, and Mary Marti-no, Winterset. ROCK ISLAND IDA NYQUIST Ida O. Nyquist, 84, of 2116 24th St., Rock Island, died to-day in Moline Lutheran Hospital. Arrangements are being made at the Hodgson Funeral Home. Miss Nyquist was born in Rock Island. She was a life resident of Rock Island. Miss Nyquist had been employed as a seamstress in various department stores in the Quad-Cities. Surviving are several nices and nephews. Deaths Elsewhere Ex-Film Editor Dies In West A Davenport native who won an Academy Award nom-ination for editing "The Bridges of Toko-Ri" died June 28 in Woodland Hills, Calif. Alma Macrorie, 65, died at the Motion Picture Country Home Hospital in Woodland Hills after a short illness. The veteran film editor reportedly attended Davenport High School. She won the New York Film Critics Award for "Teacher's Pet" in 1958. A Beverly Hills resident, she retired last year after 42 years in film editing. . Services were held in Beverly Hills. There are no immediate survivors. MRS. FRED GRAU DE WITT, Iowa Services for Mrs. Fred C. Grau, 75, who died Monday night at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Nels Olson, Grand Mound, will be Thursday at 1 p.m. in Grace Lutheran Church, De-Witt. Burial will be in Buena Vista Cemtery, Buena Vista, Iowa. Visitation is after 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at McGinnis Funeral Home, DeWitt. Mrs. Grau formerly resided in DeWitt. The former Minnie Miller, born in Calamus, was married there to Fred C, Grau, Aug. 7, 1894. Mr. Grau, who farmed at Calamus 46 years before retiring, preceded his wife in death. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Olson; Mrs. Glenn Haack, Grand Mound, and Mrs. Lowell Petersen, Calamus; 17 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; a brother, Leonard Miller, Donahue, and sisters, Mrs. Paul Arnold and Mrs. Walter Goettsch, both of Calamus. Unit To Retain Art Winners In Contest Winning entries in the third annual Great River Road Association amateur art contest will be retained by the sponsoring Mississippi River Parkway Commission, Richard Norpel Sr., commission chairman said today. Norpel called attention to the fact that literature about the contest, distributed by the Department of Recreation, Dubuque, did not specifically note that winning entries become the property of the commission. Five $50 purchase prize awards will be given as winning entries are shown at a 2 Truck Driver Is Injured Charle Jay Smale, 23, Milan, was reported in satisfactory condition today in Lutheran Hospital, Moline, with rib and hip injuries received Monday In a truck crash near LcClaire. Smale lost control of the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. truck on Iowa 67 north of the Interstate 80 bridge. The truck, loaded with 70 five-gallon tanks of soft drink, rolled over three times. I i m Suspends Sentences Two separate suspended one-year prison sentences and paroles were set for Lloyd Ervin Brinkley, 27, of R. R. No. 2, Lake Canyada, in Scott County District Court today after he pleaded guilty to a drug count and a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Judge James R. Haver-camp approved paroles for Brinkley in both cases after reviewing pre-sentence investigation reports prepared bv a state parole agent. In the driving case, Brink-ley was arrested by Davenport police last Aug. 5 following investigation of an accident in which an auto struck and damaged several parking meters and a light pole. Brinkley also was arrested by Davenport , police July 24, 1969, after he was found in possession of tablets which allegedly contained a narcotic drug. Mishap Hurts Motorcyclist A motorcycle-truck accident victim was listed in serious condition today in the intensive care unit of Mercy Hospital, Davenport. James Cashman, 28, 1541 W. 4th St., Davenport, underwent surgery for severe arm and leg injuries when his cycle crashed into the rear of a pickup truck. Police said Cashman was following an auto which was behind a pickup truck going up a hill in the 700 block on Gaines Street. The truck, driven by Daniel Lee Lucier, 19, of 1213 Ripley St., Davenport, ran out of gas and stalled, police said. The auto managed to swerve around the halted truck but Cashman's mo t o r c y c 1 e crashed into the rear of the stalled vehicle, police said. Muscatine Man Gets State Post DES MOINES (AP) - Earl E. Jarvis of Muscatine County was elected chairman of the Iowa Conservation Commission here today, succeeding Dr. Keith McNurley of Ames. William Noble of Oelwein was named vice chairman. Jarvis, who is system operations manager for Eastern Iowa Light and Power Coop-erative, Wilton Junction, served on the commission 12 years and was chairman in 1964-65. He was appointed to a six-year term on the commission, July 1, 1959, by Gov. Herschel Loveless and reappointed by Gov. Harold Hughes. p.m. program Sunday in Eagle Point Park, Dubuque. The commission awards the winning paintings to persons who have made special contributions to the effort to promote the Great River Road in 10 bordering Mississippi River states. Previous awardees have included governors, highway commission representatives and other civic leaders. The five top entries In the Iowa competition will go to the international contest at Winnipeg, Canada, July 27-Aug. 11 and are eligible for three $200 purchase awards there. Persons who do not wish to leave their paintings in the contest because of the purchase prize aspect of competition may withdraw by calling the Dubuque Recreation Commission by Thursday. Judging has been postponed from Thursday to Friday, and winners will be announced Sunday at the park display. FUNERAL INFORMATION THURSDAY ALBERT A. MEIER, 87 406 South Pine Chapel 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY MAX MARXEN, 73 2104 West 3rd St. Mark Lutheran Church 2:00 p.m. 75 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE THE LUNGE MORTUARY KIMBERLY ROAD AT DAVENPORT AVENUE S101 Fear Big Trucks To Cost Taxpayers By JAMES R. POLK WASHINGTON (AP) - Big trucks are giving the nation's superhighways an unexpected beating that may cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars in repairs, a government investigation warns. A special report to Congress says $200 million is Captive Lions Shot After Youth Killed PORTLAND, ORE. (AP) -Two lions killed a youth who climbed into their pit at the Portland Zoo Saturday night. Monday both lions were dead, victims of a nighttime rifleman. "You'd have to be sick to Fickel Raps Ray Policies DES MOINES (AP) - Dr. Jack Fickel of Red Oak has resigned as president of the State Board of Public Instruction in a sharply worded letter to Gov. Robert Ray. The letter from Fickel was dated June 20, but not made public until Monday. The let-ter strongly criticized the Iowa Legislature and certain aspects of the administration of Ray, a Republican. THE RESIGNATION was effective July 1. While avoiding direct criticism of Ray, Dr. Fickel said "recent repressive policy shifts by the board" have killed any desire to stay on the board. Fickel, a four-year board veteran, also cited the press of his family obligations and his private medical practice which he said suffered because of the "30 working days a year" his board service required. "I was willing to make this sacrifice while there was reasonable expectation that my work on the board could make a significant contribution to the solution of the critical problems with which the board is faced," he said. A NUMBER OF factors, he said, "combine to convince me that thsre is no likelihood that the board will in the 18 remaining months of my term be either willing or able to provide the leadership needed." Fickel declined to elaborate on the policy changes he sees as damaging. The legislature erred in not providing an alternative to the property tax for heavy support of public education, he said, however. Legislative cries for "efficiency" in education often obscure the real financial needs of the schools, he said. "I believe in efficiency, too, but education is not an efficient business." FICKEL'S letter cited the "punitive and penurous attitude of the education leaders in the General Assembly, the constrictively constructionist interpretations o f the Attorney General's office and the paucity of priority for education by the national administration" as factors contributing to his decision. An aide to Ray explained the delay in announcing Fick-cl's resignation by saying the governor's office never announces resignations. KIMBERLY BARN FLOWERS comoU and comfort iply and beautifully tall 324-1955 3)v 3k needed so far to smooth over badly cracked interstate highways and is only a start. THE GENERAL Accounting Office, Congress' watchdog on federal spending, said Monday virtually all the superhighways built so far in the interstate system may need an added layer of con- shoot an animal that has done nothing wrong' by its own standards," said Jack Marks, zoo director. "No right-thinking person would go into the zoo in the middle of the night and shoot an animal in captivity." ROGER DEAN Adams, 19, of Portland, was the dead youth. The zoo was closed when he and two companions climbed a fence and got into it Saturday night. The companions said he first lowered himself over the side of the grizzly bear pit, clinging by his hands to the edge of the wall, then pulling himself up. He tried it again at the lions' pit after first sitting on the edge. Kenneth Franklin Bowers of Portland, one of Adams' companions, said Adams lowered himself over the edge and as he hung by his fingers he kicked at the lions. ONE SLAPPED at him, hit his foot and Adams feil to the , floor of the grotto, 16 feet below the rim of the wall. The lions then mauled him and it appeared that the carotid artery in his neck was slashed and he bled to death. One of the lions, Caesar, 16, was killed by two bullets from a foreign-made rifle. He had been at the zoo nearly 13 years. Sis, the other adult, was 11 years old. She had been shot in the spine and died Monday morning. Police said they had few clues to who did the shooting. Marks said the zoo will prosecute anyone who is charged. 'ML L Era r?w fx W XT::; I wiK-mAx r. i i v Many apartments available in this beautifully located building. Why not see them . , . today' Your choice of 1-2 or 3 bedroom apartment, beautifully lorBted nn the shore of Hock Kiver in southwest Rock Island. All apurtincnti have electric ranjje and relrifierator, ftparious closets, laundry facilities. 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Rumor's four-party Center-Left cabinet resigned Monday after the three major labor federations rejected his appeal to cancel the walkout they had scheduled to press for social reforms. Six hours after the premier handed his resignation to President Giuseppe Saragat, the unions suspended their strike plans. Leftist political groups, including the left wing of his own Christian Democratic party, accused Rumor of playing into the hands of the rightists in an attempt to shift the orientation of the center-left, coalition that has governed Italy for the past several years. The big Communist party said Rumor was hoping ultimately to dissolve Parliament "in a climate of alarm and amid a reactionary crusade." It said he was trying to propel a more conservative Parliament into power by capitalizing on a public fear of disorders. PORTRAIT (Four Proofs) SUMMER SPECIAL a regular $7.95 value! Take advantage of thii of fer by presenting this ad to our Studios on or before Tues. July 28th. 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