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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa UPI Telephoto Time On Her Hands Pity poor Melodee King, a hostess in a Los Angeles hotel. She has clocks in the rooms of the hotel ahead one hour to conform with the nothing hut time on her hands. She has been picked to set the change to Daylight Saving Time early Sunday. Suspect and Victim UPI Telephoto Sharron Lee Bancliereau, sits in the Amarillo, Texas, police station with the child she is suspected of kidnaping. The child, John Glenn Lawrence, 15 months old, was allegedly kidnaped from his North Las Vegas home Monday. The young woman is being held in lieu of bound on federal kidnaping charges. Sunny California? Big Curve Railroad track was bent out of shape as a southbound Amtrak Coast Starlight train smashed into a truck loaded with wreck- ed cars and derailed Friday at Newark, Calif. Police said at least five persons were injured. AP Wirephoto Motorists were stalled in the snow near Newhall, Calif., about 30 miles north of Los Angeles, after a major storm hit Southern California Friday. This scene is on 1-5, the major highway connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco. The highway was closed due to heavy snow. AP Wirephoto Anything Goes UPI Tolophoto Anything goes in the fuel crisis. A skater on Kansas City's Loose Park lake uses a dog to pull him across the ieo as a friend follows tinder conventional power. Temperatures hovering around zero for a week or so have most nf the lakes around Kansas City. Tracks For Home Kris Kenney, 12, nf 3B21 Ter- race Hill drive ME, makes tracks for home through the snow after skating at Noelridgc park Friday afternoon. Ooiollo Photo by Duano Clock
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