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When the recession put a
damper on spending money, we had
to find something to do that didn't
cost an arm and a leg.
It didn't take long to coun-
teract those blows to our freedom.
Naturally, if the sun was shining, we
had our first logical haven from
boredom. The beach was the
cheapest way to devour a hot day sur-
fing, sleeping, and Suntanning.
But even Florida doesn't stay
the sun worshippers' heaven forever.
By October it was time to start wear-
ing shoes again and find other ways
to beat boredom.
The shortage of youth
facilities made those few places of
recreation even more popular. The
late skate at the skating rink was a
good way to spend the night while
some preferred trying to win game
after game of pinball. And there was
another way we spent more and more
time . . . watching television.
Cinema Plus was a revolu-
tionary idea in television which of-
fered unedited movies such as "The
Exorcist," "Blazing Sadd1es," and
"The Return of the Pink Panther" for
just an extra 58.00 a month.
TV not only brought us fresh
entertainment but happenings in the
real world. The Olympics was one of
the most watched and talked-about
programs. Black African nations
boycotted the games, Taiwan
withdrew because Canada refused to
accept it under the name of Republic
of China, and the Soviet Union, East
Germany, and the United States won
the most gold medals. Nadia
Comaneche, Rumanian gymnast,
won the first perfect scores ever
awarded in Olympic competition.
So while the air was thick with
recession and a little "perfection,"
we became even more fun-loving and
free-spirited. We knew things would
soon be looking up.
RlGHTlCl1arlie Williams spends his free time
becoming a "pinball wiza rd."
BELOW.There's always someone to hang around
with at New Smyrna Beach. The Beach provides
escape on weekends, afterprom, aftergraduating,
and even on Senior Skip Day.
12 THE MONEY CRUNCH
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tormzllovlrr sort of exiisltence.,
Inflation has affected eoeryone's
lives in some way oranother. How has it
"I have just been laid off my job
permanently." john Bomlvard.
"My insurance went up 530.00 and
that means I have to work longer."
"I would have a car by now, but I
don't have one." Ben Adams.
"I can't have as large a wardrobe
because clothes cost so much. Also, I
can't take girls out so often." Mike
"I can't drive as much because gas is
higher." Cedric Cotton.
,la . ,- I
LEFT!Walt Disney World's newest attraction is a
super way to spend a day very inexpensively.
River Country offers year-round water recreation
and picnic areas. Anchor and Interact held their
annual party for new members at River Country.
, . .A ,, 5 . BELOWlDeena Morgan spends most of her free
A -1: ag.-1:7 H Q. " time at the skating rink. ln this case, Deena takes
,ggi xg: 41 full advantage ofher last five-minute break during
Cf the,24-hour muscular dystrophy Skate-a-Thon
, it I --' - 4' -Qakiri,-f ,Q which raised over 56000.
lcJWaIl Disney Productio ns
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THE MONEY CRUNCH l 13
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