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The Idaho Statesman from Boise, Idaho • 9

Boise, Idaho
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Injury Payment Reached 4 Weiser Youth To Get Damages In Gun Mishap WEISER A suit in behalf of a Weiser youth who was paralyzed by a bullet in tended for a coyote has been settled for $167000 The settlement was reached a week before the case was scheduled for trial Lary Walker Weiser at torney who represented Ran dy Moser 15 and his father Lynn Moser said got it settled after negotiations of several weeks Moser on behalf of his son brought a civil suit against land owner Douglas McGinnis and his employe red Powers Young Moser was injured July 12 1972 while moving irrigation pipe about four miles southeast of Weiser on land owned by McGinnis Powers told officials he went up to the area where Moser was working to check a pump He said he saw a coyote cross a road and go into the field where Moser was working Later Powers said he thought he saw the coyote again this time in the field and he shot at it However when Powers went to recover the coyote in high weeds on the other side of a small knoll he discover ed the wounded youth Hazelton Searchers Seek Body HAZELTON Divers con tinued to search Monday for the body of Dean Dotson 26 Twin alls believed drowned in Wilson Lake north of here The man and a relative were wading Sunday night in the lake when Dotson ap parently stepped off the end of an old roadway into a deep hole and was caught by the current He did not know how to swim the family re ported Jerome County Sheriff Elza Hall and a group of vol unteers searched for the body until midnight Sunday Dotson is an employe of Longview ibre Co Twin alls Signup Set or Schools At Middleton MIDDLETON Registra tion dates for students of Middleton School District 134 have been announced by Supt Everett Howard Classes begin Aug 27 At Middleton High School juniors and seniois will en roll between 9 am and 4 pm Aug 20 and freshmen and sophomores will register during the same hours Aug 21 Elementary and junior high students will enroll at their schools with grades one through five registering between 9 am and 4 pm Aug 20 and grades six through eight Aug 21 Band to Practice The Borah High School Band and lag Team will start practices at 9 am Wednesday in the band rcom'James Perkins direc tor has announced All stu dents involved should attend THEATRE 1 'Caldwell DIAL 4592181 Rated XXX Must'be 1 8 ID Required Sun thru Sat Shows 7 9:25 CLOSED MONDAYS Back by Popular Demand! Dear Patron: If you would bo offended by films of a sexual nature your patronage is not solicited The Management ILM RATING GUIDE or Parents and Their Children GENERAL ALXXENCES Ail Ao Admitted4 NOONE LOMR 17AttMTTWO (Afe bmt me vary in cartel MPAA Jib cj 1 1 iLx 'Jr th jHQi ju PAGE 9 Elmore Student LAST DAY ROSS HUNTERS AAusiga! Production ofiX it untied sms MARSHAL COLOR Et Luu $150 'HI 5: THEN $200 CHILD 50 5: THEN 75" TIMES: 200 5:15 8 30 $150 5: THEN $200 CHILD 50 5: THEN wr Tima: 200 400 600 800 1000 TIMES: 1:30 3:35 5:40 7:45 9:50 $175 'TH 5: THEN $225: CHILD 75 STUD DISC WDISC CARD Open 1:30 7 LAST DAY JOHN WAYNE 8 A school staff member found the body a half hour later Twelve students and three staff members of the school were on a week long camp ing trip Edgemeade is a youth re habilitation center with 58 students Most of the stu dents at the Mountain Home school come froVn the east j(j em states Drowns MOUNTAIN HOME A 17 year old student from Edgemeade School at Moun tain Home drowned Sunday at Big Trinity Lake Warren Cash director of Mub Lyriciby 1 BURT BACHAKACH HAL DAVID TIMES: 1:30 4:10 6:50 9:30 $175 THEN $225: CHILD 75 STUD DISC WD'SC CARD Opnn 1 :30 tM a ACT naw jJ I IrM I TWTMHTM CXXTVIT ROM MMATS RODGERS KAMMERSTEIN'S NUCtMl WEA 3rd C9ANT WKBC YW STAMXY ll AifMin GEORGE SCffn AYE DUNAWAY JOHN MILLS JACKPALANCE OKlIhOMA CRUDE Edgemeade said some boys were floating on a large ran about 8 pm when Allan Wayne Douhit' 17 Boones ville NC slipped into the water to swim and come back THE IDAHO STATESMAN Boise Tuesday August 14 1973 MATINEES DAILY CREST PLAZA 3442212 WI OrLAwWllilO NKwwwwrawMMWWWIIBWgM? IINNH jfaSfSflph GWi 3ii4l Irra 11 KAKCHERMAUSMOPMNOCCNTafm447 2231 or 345 4234 2 I IOLW IIM1 I raooucu "DANIEL GOLDBERG uacuTiYt proovccr IVAN REITMAN oimctedev IVAN REITMAN 4cuuvrrr ROBERT SANDLER rtcvDOUG RIL3Y I THE PICTURE 7Y7njfflSffJ3jaM WITH THE MAUI 4U1 1 WARNING BELL! II When it rings II close your eyes 1 Il if squeamish! A JrRP i COLOR bv Movielab An amfrican intcrnationai RaIbI EUGENE LEVY ANDREA MARTEN RONALD ULRICH Spine Tingling Co Hit THE BLIND STARTS TOMORROW! 1 Ji airVu DRIVE 1 1 AT 2 Drive In Theatres ELECTRIC in CA HEATERS 'I Want Thisi and and ADMIRING ONE 12 puppies in a litter whelped this mother and all the puppies are alive Patches is a Shep pastweekby is Kent Tolman 3 year old son of herd Collie cross and the puppies had two fathers an Mr and Mrs Steve Tolman Twin alls Dr Howard Ronk Australian Shepherd and a Labrador The Tolmans plan to a Twin alls veterinarian said the litter is certainly no put the puppies up for adoption when they are older and record but unusual because the dog is a meanwhile Mrs Tolman is bottle feeding them to supple ment the milk Boise County Pioneers Nampa Girl Dies In Riding Mishap Oldest eted at Idaho City BURNS Ore (UPI) A nine year old Nampa girl has died as a result of a horse back riding accident in the scenic mountains near here Authorities said Lola Hoff man 9 was riding a horse behind her mother Saturday when the animal shied When she fell to the ground she was kicked in the head The accident occurred in Steens Mountain GRAITI By Leary Df 41973 LkJaqHTt Sisi ifl IDAHO CITY ormer Boise County Sheriff John Quinn 88 Horseshoe Bend took the prize Sunday for being the oldest person at tending the Boise County Pioneer Picnic Quinn was born in Placerville in 1885 Quinn was among more than 100 persons who turned out for the picnic at Idaho City A second annual gather ing is planned for the sec one Sunday in August 1974 Others present included Mrs Bernice Ramsey Boise a granddaughter of Joseph Sheriff Views Rupert Death As Accident RUPERT (AP) Cassia County Sheriff Ray Mitchell said Monday it ap pears the weekend shotgun death of a Rupert man was accidental Edward John Cherry 58 apparently was cleaning his 12 gauge shotgun when it went off striking him in the face the sheriff said The accident occurred at a ga rage near home A NORMAN JEWISON ilm JESUS CHRIST SUPERSIAR" And now the inovie i 1 7 "perhaps the most remarkable him jMfr SwnEK i dLA to emerge since Win Cecil DeM ille 1 yP founded fiT VERNON SCOTT A Universal Picture 35 IDAHO PREMIERE! EkCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT EATURES Starts 7:30 9:50 TONIGHT PRICE 225 (Children 75 airVii I A Dusk 4 OPEN Starts at Dusk OPEN 9 PM Starts airVu DRIVE IN MERIDIAN DRIVE IN Open Dusk ENDS TONIGHT! BROADWAY DRIVE IN ENDS TONIGHT! Cbe Legend of Boggy Creeh A TRUE STORY Co Hit Great Outdoor Adventure Mystery ENDS TONIGHT! a Carload! Charlton Heston Soylent Green 2 Skyjacked IRS3 Carey Treatment I IRS Branstetter a member of the Grimes Party which dis covered gold in the Boise Ba sin in 1862 Eleven members of the pioneer Reedy family attend ed the picnic and the prize for numbers in attendence was accepted by Mrs Myrtle Hooton Boise Traveling the farthest dis tance to the picnic was Mrs William Richey of Santa Ana Calif 375 2317 SUPER ADVENTURE SUPER COMEDY UMBO VI 5 TA AIRVIEW AVE Phone 34? 74 MWt Disneys Little Indian CWalt Disney Productions Gates open at 9:15 Starts at Dusk! Truly good amily entertainment Starring JAMES GARNER VERA MILES TODAY at 2 THEATRES! MATINEE DAILY OPEN 1 PAI DUMBO 1:15 4:00 6:42 9:24 INDIAN 2:22 5:07 7:49 10:30 Ch 75 Ad $2 Stud wasb card 150 Disney Productions OM WBW flB I 3 Intermountain Theatres Inc 342 1441 INTERMOUNTAIN THEATRES INC 342 1441 The Directors Company MOM fiMAiMWICE hEMiMMLpK)WCnMl TONIGHT znts TONIGHT is The INAL Performance for the Boise Theatre! WIVES" with EVA WHISHAW BARRY LINEHAN HEATHER CHASEN GABRIELLE DRAKE RICHARD THORPE ROBIN CULVER Original Screenplay by DEREK ORD Produced by MORTON LEWIS Directed by DEREK ORD A Blackwater ilm Production Distributed by Scotia International ilms Inc IN COLOR the9to5 1 widows III ll Wf JI' LB tlKL fl PLusmzr ItLMEO IN COLOR AS IT REALLY HAPPENED! MOONLIGHTING WIVES' ilmed in Color Beautiful young moonlighting wives rock and shock a City with unprintable scandal OPEN 6:30 I Suburban 7:05 10:10 Moonlighting 8:35 342 5871 I oricethis if motion picture I sinks its anas into you 1 you'll never 1 be the same NX I gS 'I II I I tww S95j 1 i Don I iv if Hiss I (Si) POISE 913 MAIN ST 4 AT 3 THEATRES MATNSS DAILY GMELOftM10 SH0W PtR YOU'VE GOT GATES OPEN 9:00 PAA SHOW AT DUSK IYOUJUST BUMPEDINTO A STRANGER CO HIT WOODY ALLEN BROADWAY DRIVE IN I YOU ONLY HAVE EYES OR HER CO HIT BUTT REYNOLDS RAQUa WELCH I SUDDENLY YOU DEVELOP SEX APPEAL 344 2212 HILLCREST PLAZA CINEMA 2 OPEN IMS PM STARTS 2:00 PM DAILY TIMES 2:00 4:00 6:00 8:00 1 0:00 YOUR POCKET!" 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