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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 PAGE I SANTA CLAUS was a little late finding his way to the City of Christmas Eve afternoon, just when all the kiddies thought he had Dressed in his bright red suit, white beard, sun shades and sweets to all those who said they had been good little boys i Flornla. The jolly old fellow came breezing in on the fire truck forl~otten, carryl~ a sack of candy and fruit, he proceeded to pass out girls. ,"I HOW'S YOURo REMAINS HAVE BEEN FOUND BENEATH RUINS OF 5OOO-YEAR OLD BUILDING IN SWITZERLAND... ND HISTORY RECORDS DRIED PEAS WERE AN'S FIRST XII=LAND i -in Hwy,-4~ bRL.ve~en OIRp FRI. SAT. SUN. JAN. 9-10-11 The most highly-acclaimed family picture of our time will soon be out of release for 7 years... (and will not be shown on TV.) 00 I Family film by joe camp RO6ERT LEWIS STEVENSONS GREATEST ADVENTURE STORY--NOW A MOTION PI CTURE RATED "G'° "KIDNAPPED" II :OPEN EACH NITE AT 6:00--START 6:30 TfCKET OFFICE OPEN Tlt.L 8:30 I I I Fewer Young Men See College Ahead The proportion of male high school seniors with any plans, definite or indefinite, to attend college decreased between 1972 and 1974, according to a re- port by the Census Bureau. The report shows that only 69 percent of the male high school seniors interviewed in October 1974 had any plans to attend college, compared to 7E per cent in October 1972 About 41 per cent of the you men had definite plans to tend college, down from per cent in 1972. J Coal mining companies, ~] energy independence as .I goal, plan a 39 per centi crease in capital expenditUl in 1976, according to a ]V Graw-Hill Publications SurVd OPP THEATRES CAROUSEL THUR. FRI. SAT" TWIN CINEMA JAN. 8-9-10 THE TRUE STORY OFA MAN YOU'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER HE BECAME A LEGEND YOU'LL NEVER FORGEL. The SHOWS AT 7:00 .,+ ~: .... AND 8:40 'MATINEE SAT. AT 2:00 wildlife and chase story in the history of the Nortld SIARRI~ MIKE MAZUflKI as t,+p~ano JIMMY KANE as '0~ Try:ks"- !~,e~ ~ o~ NORTH O~ected by TAY (~RI~T T A PA~E INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRi,~S IE RELEASE , COLOR I~ CFI SUN. MON. TUE--JAN. 11-12-13 eS Albert T Hopfnagel HospRlJI Admmtsttatot. m • /hemDoes! I SHOWS AT 7:00 & 8:40 MATINEE SUN. A't; 2,: 00