The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 26, 1976 · Page 6
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 6

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, May 26, 1976
Page 6
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M«y 26, 197* Th« Daily Intvf L*e. K«liip»i, Monarj WHERE YOU GET ALL "3 E V E R Y D A Y LOW PRICES ' S P E C I A L S * SH GREEN STAMPS TOO 'Cookie' /or president Guess who's running for president now? His appetite for office whetted not so much fay lust for power as by the promise of political banqueting with delectable desserts, the Cookie Monster from "Sesame Street' Is throwing his chocolate chips Into the ring. The campaign episodes, beginning May 26 on the Public Broadcasting Service program, are designed to Inform preschoolers about the presidency and political system. Busing contract deadline nearing POLSON -- The parents of Lake County School children may be eligible for transportation payments under certain conditions. Lake County Superintendent of Schools Glennadene Ferrel! said local school districts will make the payments when the children live more than three miles from a school which does not provide bus service or more than one and a half miles from a school bus route. She said parents and guardians must sign a transportation contract with their respective school districts within the next few weeks to quality. Contracts are available from the district clerk. Mrs. Ferrell also reported that the Lake County Transportation Committee will meet June 24 to approve contracts and bus routes. Preliminary transportation budgets will be approved by each school district. LaMere seeks parole BUTTE (AP) -- Prison inmate Jack LaMere, a key prosecution witness in a state assassination- conspiracy case, has asked a district court to grant him a parole hearing, a Bulte lawyer says. Robert O'Leary, Parole Board chairman and Butte attorney, .said Helena District Court Judge Gordon Bennett is scheduled to hear LaMere's plea on Friday. Last August, the parole board denied LaMere's request for parole and ordered, in effect, that he serve the remainder of his prison term, which expires in 1977. LaMere has testified in Deer Lodge that inmate Lavon Bretz and Merrel Cline said he would be paid $40,000 if he agreed to kill Atty. Gen. Robert L. Wood- ahl and former state prosecutor Dick Dzivi. LaMere also has testified that he was told by Cline that O'Leary would arrange for his parole. O'Leary has denied making any such agreement. LaMere has requested that, should Bennett grant him a parole hearing, that O'Leary be disqualified from participating in that hearing, O'Leary said. LaMere has testified he was not promised a parole in exchange for his prosecution testimony. He has, however, subpoenaed two state prosecutors as witnesses for him in Friday's hearing, O'Leary said. The trial of Bretz and Cline has been recessed until Friday. The state and lawyers for Bretz already have rested their cases. Chicago cash grain C H I C A G O ( A P ) Wheat No 2 hard winter 3.43n Tuesday; No 2 soft red 3.38n. Corn No 2 yellow 2.S6V4 (hopper) 2.92*in (box). Oats No 2 heavy l.SSVm. Soybeans No ] yellow 5.60n. No 2 yellow corn Monday sold at 2.97 (hopper). Costly Signatures The 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence gained fame for their roles in the American Revolution. But most ol them suffered great losses as a result of the war. Nearly a third of the signers lost their homes to the marauding British troops or to angry American Tories. George Ciymer's Pennsylvania estate was ransacked by British soldiers, who detoured especially to damage his properly. Thomas Nelson ordered his Virginia mansion shelled when he learned that it had become a British headquarters- Three of the signers were hankrupt when they died. Robert Morris, who helped finance the war, spent 3 years in debtors prison after the Revolution. DO YOU KNOW - Were any of the Declaration signers captured by the. British? TUESDAY'S ANSWER - The final presidential primaries take place June 8. ' VKC. Inc. 1376 Armour's "BONELESS WHOLE" Fully Cooked! Reg. $2.15 Ib. 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