Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 3, 1974, Page 26

Cedar Rapids Gazette

June 03, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (treble ibijmb (ShvjrHr Devotions in Motion" were lead by Priscilla Hair of La Porte    of the congregation join the leader in acting out the Lord’s Prayer by City Sunday afternoon during the Pentecost Sunday Ecumenical    use of the hands. Celebration in All Saints Catholic church in Cedar Rapids. MembersAllThat Remains A massive explosion ripped through a chemical works near Scunthorpe, in northeast England. Saturday, leveling the buildings, killing 29 and injuring 105 persons, and sending a plume of smoke and poisonous gases a mile into the sky (left). A charred ruin is all that is left of the chemical plant (right) after the worst peace-tinu* explosion in British his-tory. Firemen battled flames in the twisted wreck 36 hours after the blast devastated the tiny English town. % — Gazette Photo bv John Mclvor"Devotions in Motion” —Gazette Photo bv Dole HankinsSwingiir Fun Jeff Butz, ll, of 1922 Mt. Vernon road SE, appeared to be getting the most out of the beautiful weekend weather, as he cavorted in a swing at Bever park -UPI Telephoto* —UPI Telephoto"Robin Hood” Bruce Vanier, 23, is Milwaukee's “Robin Hood", but his merry little scheme may have gotten him into trouble with the law Vanier. an unemployed construction worker, has been riding his 10-speed bike around town, pumping dimes into expired parking meters and leaving notes asking motorists to send him $1 for saving them from a $5 parking ticket. He said his Robin Hood Public Parking Aid has been breaking about even — but the city attorney’s office has calk'd him in to discuss possible violations of parking ordinances Vanier said he is willing to Im* a test case. Ooi»H» Photo bv Tom W«rrymun11 \s Happened Before This was the scene Sunday south of the Upniier riding stables at    been confined to the barn area    and a    little north of the Upmier house ly. Verne Upmier said he had noticed about a three-inch drop in the-    All of the fenced-in areas were    under    water, with just the tops of some iter level the last day or two Because of the high water, riding has    of the posts showing f I ;