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VOLUME VIII

Disney World Thcre i s o n l y one word t h a t can d i s c r i b e Walt D i s n e y ' s newest c r e a t i o n , FANTASTIC. Disneyworld i s a m i x t u r e of a Haunted Mansion, Monorail, Main S t r e e t , Tororrowland and c u t of s i g h t g i r l s . Those of you t h a t t h i n k Disneyworlc! i s nothing b u t anmserr.ent an ovcr::ized p a r k sh.,uld take a c l o s e r look b a c a u s e ~ - e r y t l l i n gyou c o ~ l . 6 ~ m a y i r , ei s put together here. Leaving the parking a r e a by Tram, t h e f i r s t t h i n g you come upon is t h e Monorail which i s one o f transpnrtat h e r e w s of t i o n t o the Theme ? a r k ( t h e o t h e r two a r e b o a t and tram). WiskeS a l o n o , YoU p a s s t h r o u s h t h e lobby of. the Contemporary H o t e l , DPB of the f i v e hotelb u i l t on t h e Drsney s i t e . Once .in t h e Magic Kingdom, Main S t r e e t USA i s reached w i t h i t s t u r n of t h e cent u r y shops. P a s s i n g Bain S t r e e t you c a n branch o f f through t h e r e s t of t h e area. Cinderella's Castle

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i s t h e dominating f e a t u r e t h e r e and f o r t h o s e p i l o t s who g e t v e r t i g o can r e o r i e n t a t e himself by looki n g up and f i n d i n g h i s position. Bands p l a y c o n t i n u o u s l y d u r i n g t h e day. While I was i n Tomorrowland, I was f o r t u n a t e enough t o s e e a orouo c a l l e d " T h e Kids Rext Doo2'who were e x c e l l ent. Everywhere you go you a r e greeted with a smiling f a c e . G i r l s wearing b l u e , b l a c k , and w h i t e r i d i n g o u t f i t s a r e a l l around t o h e l p you w i t h any q u e s t i o n The j e t l a b has a c q u i r e d you-might have. t h r e e more e n g i n e s . Two of Most of t h e shows Walt ' t h e e n g i n e s a r e P r a t t and Disney u s e s Audi-o-Aminakihitney T-'4s. the other t i o n s or i n o t h e r words i s a Lycoming T-53. A11 life-like robots. This t h r e e of t h e e n g i n e s a r e holds t r u e e s p e c i a l l y with turboprops. , The P r a t t & Whitney de- ( t h e Country Bear Jamboree, H a l l of P r e s i d e n k , the v e l o p e s 7,000 E q u i v a l e n t Haunted Mansion, Mickey S h a f t Horsepower (ESHP) Mouse Revue and I t ' s A and i s used on C-133 t y p e aircraft. The Lycoming T53 d e v e l o p e s approximately 600 ESHP and i s a h e l i copter engine. A l l t h r e e of t h e e n g i n e s a r e m i l i tary surplus. TWO of t h e e n g i n e s , one P6W T-34 and t h e Lycoming T-53, w j l l remain i n t h e jet la,.. The remaining P&w P - ! 4 w i l l b e used i n 55-1 1, t h e f i n a l A&P l 6 b . A l l t h e engines d r i l l be operational using t e s t props. T h i s b r i n g s ERAU's number of j e t e n g i n e s t o forty-eight.

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I would l i k e t o v o i c e o u t my o u t s t a n d i n g d i s agreement with t h e now random f i n e s imposed on every occupant of a wing i n Dorm 1's 3rd f l o o r . Two weeks ago we were a l l f i n e d 280 f o r a broken b u l b ' ( l a r g e ) . Today we f a c e a charge of a d o l l a r a piece for a d i r t y hallway consequent of f i r e c r a c k e r s which were f i r e d i n t h a t unfortunate hall-

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Dear Concerned Students: Once a g a i n our f e a r l e s s leader failed t o turn i n h i s p r e s i d e n t ' s corner on time. However, he d i d g e t n e x t weeks corner i n f i v e days e a r l y . J u s t remember, . t h e deadline f o r Avion Monday a r t i c l e s is 4:00 a f t e r n o o n . So watch t h i s space n e x t week f o r t h i s weeks news and views from your man i n t h e S.G.A. Danny " s l i c e t h e budget'' Smock.

W a Y ~ hdei s i d e n t j u v e n i l e s who p e r p e t r a t e t h e s e a c t s of immaturity coupled w i t h wild d e f i a n c e of e x i s t i n g a u t h o r i t i e s should however be w e l l informed t h a t I am n o t r i c h enough t o pay cons i s t e n t f i n e s a s they a r e . I a m t h e r e f o r e -with lmmediate e f f e c t from nowgoing t o b e p o i n t i n g them o u t a s they commit t h e offences. The f l o o r a d v i s o r s a l s o should b e a b l e t o i n v e s t i g a t e these lawlessnesses, r a t h e r than j u s t f e e l f r e e t o impose fine^ on everybody i n t h a t p a r t i c u l a r wing. Evidently, some quest i o n a b l e elements of o u r s o c i e t y a r e going t o grumb l e b u t i f you do- d o n ' t

f o r g e t t o p u t your name down f o r f u t u r e r e f e r e n c e s or confrontations. I expect the dissatisfaction t o come from t h e 16 ye-r 012 k i d s who throw f r i s b i e s , b a s e b a l l s and blow fire-crackers i n the hallway of my-wing- maybe t h e y should s t i l l be l i v i n g with t h e i r parents. Tony Akabogo

RELIEF TUBE F r i Oct. 22: Auto Show i n Orlando V e t s Meeting S a t Oct 23: Auto Show i n Orlando Bike T r i p Ormond Bridge a t 1:00 Sun Oct 2 4 : Auto Show i n Orlando Soccer a t F.S.U. F r i 0 c t 29: all owe en Dance 9:00 PM Desert Inn S a t Oct 30: Soccer a t UofF F r i Nov 5: Vets Meeting S a t NOV 6 : Soccer K i s s i m e e A i r Show Sun Nov 7: Xissimee A i r Show F r i Nov 12: IFC Greek Week Party S a t Nov 15: Greek Week BBQ and Soccer with Georgia College


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S i m a Phi Delta Sigma Phi Delta is back in the old groove with an astounding victory over Alpha Eta Rho Sunday. The final score tallying 19 to 6. Pi chapter will keep up the practice to clash head on with the undefeated Delta Chi. Pi chapter's business meeting held on Sunday evening, October 17, revealed future plans for Greek Week. Ideas on various games and races were discussed and will be finalized at one of Pi's future meetings. The progress of pledge, Buddy Matlock, was given by pledge captain Ron Johnson. Tenative plans of the pledge project, a small utility shed to house the trash cans, are pending until an inquiry into cost and definite size are submitted to the pledge committee. A professional meeting, sponsored by Sigma Phi Delta and the A.I.A.A., will be held in the near future. The topic of Gyro-Copters will be discussed. This meeting is open to the public and all ERAU students are urged to attend. Watch for posters to be displayed on campus for the definite time and date. That about wraps it up for another week at the house of Sigma Phi Delta. See you on the line Sunday and remember: It doesn't matter whether you win or lose, but how you play the gameithough it doesn't make the taste of defeat any sweeter.

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Alpha Eta Rho Happy Days are here again, for this week marks the conclusion of pledging for our eleven pledges. This past Monday the final vote was taken and all eleven pledges will continue through thissunday and the induction cermony. Best of luck to you all. After last week's power ful, football display. optimism was aroused f?r

GREEKS continued success. Sigma Phi Delta put the skids to those hopes though as our defense broke down and lift us 19-6 losers. The AHP offense just couldn't get the ball from a daterpined group of engineers. AHP is presently involved in an attempt to get ER represented at the NIFA Regional Qualifying Meet. A car wash was held last week and coming up is our girl auction, both to raise some needed cash. With some luck AHP could get to the finals at Purdue University. Representation by ERAU at the meet would serve to advance this schooi's name in the industry. Without some administrative hacking though, we may fail to get there. Rho is planning another luncheon for October. A guest speaker will probAnd ably be- required. finally on our calender will be the girl auction, scheduled now for sometime in Februarv. So till next timersweet dreams and remember Greek Week is coming.

In one of our rare quiet weeks, the only notable event was our Sunday football game. Starting off round two with Sigma Chi ended up with us on

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1t was an excessivly rough game with several long penalities as results. However. at approrfmately half season, we're 4-0 and in undisputed first place. Good luck, Redskins! In case you noticed the absence of our scheduled car wash last Saturday, it wae cancelled due to reasons more or less beyond OUT control. We've got a better organized one in the planning stages. I'll soon be telling you where and when in this column. All our pledges are still with us. In fact,we had an additional two more last week. Welcome and congradulations to Greg (Tex) and Bob. 4 0 0 horse power under your hood doesn't make you a Cale Yarborough. Take your time and drive carefully: ! Be back next week. BYE!

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Job WANTED: Teaching at college level (Engl. lit) Or light cleaning (no windows, floors). Available immediately. Contact Dr. Leonard Bri11,646 Douglass San Francisco 94114 SAN FRANCISCO-- With a sigh fo liberated relief, he dropped out. He hung up his suit with patches, his pipe with matches, and donned beads, beard, embroidered denims and a bowling shirt he got at this auction. He moved into a ticy apartment, built bean tag chairs and shelves on which to hang his Huxlcys and Hemingways. He became a vegetarian, did Yoga on cushions when the sun rose, studied mcrobiotics on cushions when it set. And like instant Karma, the star became a chorus boy and that was that -- the beginning of a beautiful self-indulgent life. That was over a year ago, when the well -read, well-tread Brooklyn-boyturned - English - teacher (American and English Literature Huzanities, etc.) droppee out to drop in to himself. Now, he says, moaning one of those academic moans, "I want to drop back in again. I'd like to find a job teaching somrwhere. I miss students. But it's hard to drop in.. the economic situation is so...and nobody's hiring and..

And his voice trails Off to the West Coast where he lives and he meekly looks down at his ragged t-shirt wishing, nmaybe?, it were a little tweedier. You know:with those terribly academic patches so he shouldn't wear his elbows out while leaning on the po2ium. With memories of three years at the University of Minnesota, two years at Macalester College in St. Paul, "that awful year writing a dessertation back in ' 6 7 , ' and those two last years at Etanislaus College in Turlock, Calif., Leonard Brill, aging in at 3 5 , is the drop-out professor. It's happening all over the country. And Brill (please call hint Dr.Bri11) is only one of z a n j vlctiss of a baC acadernic job market. Money is tight; cor~tractsaren't being renewed. Profs take cff to discover the Better Life. And even at your own campus, look around you: you just might nctice that Professor--oh-what-was-his nane?--isn't tinereanymore. And he hasn't left to accept a Eetter Position at some elegant Eastern school. He just might be living in the hovel down the block. Leonard Erill is living in the hovel down the block. "I was disillusioned," he said in a recent interview. "I was disillusioned with the fact that decisions on education aren't made by the students and faculty. l'he people who are closest to education. don;t have any say about it.

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"Arid," he said, "I wanted a year--> very private year--For myself. I though it might be a good time tb get away from teaching and get perspective on myself and spend some time alone with myself. At first, I felt quite elated and liberated end free. And now? "Now 1'm ready to go back to teaching because I feel that teaching is the aost useful thing I can do. I miss students. I think that students at college age are the most interesting. Thnir sense of their own potential is greatest at that point. It's that unFilled sepse of usefulness thht's the strongest goal I feel in wanting to return to teact.ing." But can a nice Jewish boy, well-studied in the finer things, leave the academic community, join the other World, and find real happiness? "I get up at SAM everyday," Brill said. "Then I go over to the Zen Center and sit in the lotus position for 45 minutes. I work from 7 AM 'ti1 2 PM as a proof reader. It's no more hack work than reading student themes,except -"he said rather sadly," -- except there aren't any students." But after going from tweeds to beads, Leonard Brill hasn't been fulfilled. He wants to go back to school. And he -- the is drop-out professor like the drop-out student. Both tine of the educational system and affect a deliberate liberation that often becomes dishaMlitation. For Brill, that forced freedom became con't. page 6

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car with a drunken driver smash into you," said Jerry Davies, information officer for State Insurance Commissioner Tom O'Malley. "YOU wouldn't be able to collect because the other driver, most likely, would be, covered by no fault insurance, and exempt from being sued." Davies said the compulsory aspect of Florida's no fault insurance law, which takes effect Jan. 1, has gotten the least attenrion, but may have the most serious consequences. Drivers who already have insurance will automatically have their policies transferred to the new no fault coverage-at a basic reduction of rates. But the estimated 15 to 20 per cent of Florida drivers not covered by insurance are on their nwn,said Davies. He said these drivers should either go to a local insurance agent or "if they are confused, should call us or see one of our field offices for information. oavies said all persons who attempt to buy insurance must be sold it under Florida law-although bad risks will still have to pay higher rates under the no fault lawrandmay still end up being referred to the "assigned risk" pool. under no fault a driver would have to collect damages from his own insurance company, since the concept does not take into account who is at fault. The insurance industry estimates there are be-

tween 600,000 and 700,000 uninsured Florida motorists that now must buy policies. "This is the first time the state has ever had compulsory insurance,"said Davies. He said O'Malley had been travelling around the state making radio appearances to explain the new law and stress its compulsory nature. The law will be enforced, said Davies, by state, county and local police. "Everytime someone is stopped for a traffic violation, he will be asked to show proof of insurance. " Under the new law,everY one will be required to carry personal injury protection and hasic liability limits. The personal injury protection coverage is the core of the no fault law providing immediate payment of up to $5,00fl in medical expenses and lost wages to the policy holder ' regardless of who was at fault. The basic liability,also a major part of the no fault package, will offer motorists liability protection similar to policies currently in force. ~~

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the sk, are bird excrement and idiots. If you are interested just drop a note in Box 1417 or better yet take a drive out to Deland some weekend. our meetings are held every Tresday at 9:00 at the academic complex, room 117. Drop in and observe our delightful interpretstion of Roberts Rules of Order. If you're interested in taking up a real fun sport let us know. Our instruction techniques are second only to Sesame street. we would really like to have you join UP. Till next week,hanq loose.

PARACHUTING your sport parachute club is now busily pfeparing for the upcomlng meet. ~ a s t week saw us practicing our accuracy and it looks encouraging. we would like to take the time now to invite you out to eland to watch some of our jumping activities.You are welcome to accompany us in the jump plane as an observer. FOL $3.50 you can ride with us up to 7,000 feet and gawk at us as you observe us disprove the theory that the only things that fall through

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When the trial Cessna 310 arrived, Embry-Riddle was in an uproar. Everyone thought it was finally happening,"No more D-18's: Rumors started, Riddle bought a 310, then Riddle was going to buy three Cessna 310's , but as rumors are, they were false. The truth is the administration liked the -:310 and, after several trial flights, decided to purchase two of them. The first of the two afrcraft is expected to arrive about the 28th of this month, and the second will be delivered the 15th of November.

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The BBQ last Saturday night turned out to be a real howler! The weather was perfect, the fires serene, and the beer was very tasty. Three crates of corn on the cob and one hundred twenty-seven lbs. of pork were consumed as well as five kegs of beer and six cases of soft drinks to wash it all down. The stock to watch on the market this week is ~lka-Seltzer. All in all it turned out real well; our sincere thank3 go out to all the guys who worked

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What will happen to the D-18's? Well, of the three that Riddle has, two are on loan from the government, and the third the University owns. The two government loaned aircraft will be sold to surolus. . . and the AhP department will probable recieve the third; Now that the University has the Cessna 310's, the whole multiengine program will be revised. The present price of the course is $1095.00, but the new course will cost less, although having fewer hours. Although the cost was unattainable, the administration did say the cost would be much less than the list price of a Cessna 310. To help keep the cost down,the aircraft were,ordered without avionrcs. But the University will purchase Bendix Avionics and install the equipment themselves.

most of the day to make it possible. Saw Stan, "the Steamer" Steanbock, (our entry in t6e Rumplestiltskin Contest), at the BBQ: his beard is really coming along good. Hang in there, Stan, we're pulling for you. Stan is also one of the fastest guys on our flao football team. sure hop; the wind resi;tance of the beard doesn't slow him dowm. The "Vets'" will be playinq the "Northerner's' this Sunday at 9:00 AM. Come on out and cheer them on; some good football is guaran-

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Yes, nsw is the time ÂŁ0-1 E m u students to submit their work for the Main Frame. The Main Frame is a campus magazine written and published by the students of Emu. The magazine first appeared on our campus last Spring. This will be the second edition of the Main Frarce and we need your work to make it a success. The Main Frame contains work of artistic and literary nature done by any student here at Emu. You don't have to be a literature major or an art major to submit work, all y3u have to be is a student. This offers you a chance to show your talents. The ' Main Frame contains poems, essays, articals, stories, photographs and art work. Let us prove to all that the students of CRAU are people with more than just one talent. This magazine will not only be sold here on campus, but will also be sent to other campuses in exchange for their campus magazine, so get busy and submit your work so that we may prove that our student body is capable as any student body in the ability to write and create works of art and literature. Submit your work now before Nov. 5th so that we may get the magazine publisked. Send your work to Jim ~arrett,-Box4354, John Foster, Box 4344, or MK. Campbell's office,room 123 Building A or the academic building. Feel free to contact any of the above mentioned people in egards to any < you may have.

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CAMPUS SECURITY CAMPUSOMGY

The Placement Office has two copies of the Colle e Placement Annualwhich we will loan to students by request. You must sign your name., give ERAU box number and phone number to borrow the annual.. Would all Engineering students who are planning to oraduate in December or npril please stop by the Placement Office at your convenience and fin out an information sheet for meif you have not already done so. Local part- time jobs are not so plentiful this week, but there have been openings as follows: Fire Salesman for a Equipment Company Carpenter for some general carpenter work Service Station Attendants()) for evening h o ~ r s Oil delivery man for afternoons Front man for super market (2) morning hours.

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OUR CAMPUS SECURITY POLICE HAVE RECENTLY DISCOVERED A LEGITIMATE CONFLICT BETWEEN THEIR RESPONSIBIL.. ITIES TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR SECURITY MISSION AND THE "AFTER HOURS" USE OF THE CAMPUS BY STUDENTS FOR SUCH IMPORTANT PURPOSES AS EXERCISE AND ROMANCE. THE SECURITY POLICE HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO DISCOURAGE THE PRESENCE OF ANY PERSONNEL. STUDENT OR OTHERWISE, FROM SUCH SPECIFIC LOCATIONS ON CAMPUS T W T LEND TO SUSPICION OF INTENDED ILLEGAL ACTS. HOWEVER, WITH YOUR COOPERATION, BOTH THE SECURITY MISSION AND 'AFTER HOURS" USE CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED. IN THIS CONNECTION IT IS REQUESTED THAT THOSE STU-

DENTS WHO FIND A LEGITIMATE NEED M ,WANDER ABOUT THE CAMPUS DURING THE HOURS OF DARKNESS, WHETHER 1'. BE FOR EXERCISE, "CAMPUSOLOGY" , OR WHATEVER,WILL DO THE FOLLOWING. A. ENDEAVOR TO AVOID THOSE SENSITIVE AREAS OR BUILDINGS THAT MIGHT BE SUBJECT M ACTS OF THEFT OR VANDALISM. B. ON ENTRY TO A "SENSITIVE AREA", MAKE AN BONEST EFFORT TO MAKE YOUR PRESENCE AND STUDENT STATUS KNOWN TO THE SECURITY OFFICER ON DUTY. C. BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR ID CARD ON YOUR PERSON, AND PROMPTLY IDENTIFY YOURSELF IF REQUESTED TO DO SO. JOHN H. SPEARS DEAN OF MEN

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FOR SALE: Woman's Weekend FOR S-4LE: Mobile Home 38' Motor, 1968 Triumph 6 5 0 ~ with ~ Florida Fm in nice Bonneville CLEAN. LW area, $1700. 767-0750 mileage. well taken care of. Call after 5:30 PM FOR SALE: 1969 Yamaha 250cc 255-2726. Enduro, Excellent condition call 767-0750 FOR SALE: Lafayette stereo Garrard turn table Excellent colidition Lafayette A m and soeakers -Box

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-- C o r p o r a l Dale R. Lickson ( s e a t e d ) , c r e w c h i e f of a CH-46 Sea Knight h e l icopter from t h e Marine A i r Reserve T r a i n i n g Detachment, New O r l e a n s , L a . , looks up t h e answer t o a p a r t i c u l a r l y t e c h n i c a l q u e s t i o n asked by a n Embry-Ridd l e student. Q U E S T I O N S AND ANSWERS

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MARINE AIRCRAFT EXHIBIT A r e l e a s e from t h e Publ i c A f f a i r s Office of t h e Marine A l r Reserve T r a i n i n g Detachment a t Zacksonv i l l e Naval A i r S t a t i o n s t a t e d t h a t t h e p i l o t s and ground crews of t h e 4 t h Marine A i r c r a f t Wing found o u t t h i s month what has 3,200 e y e s , 3,200 hands a n d a whole l o t of c u r i a s ity. Their answer was 1,600 Embry- R i d d l e g t u r dents. The Marines f i r s t exh i b i t e d a i r c r a f t a t ERAU i n t h e s p r i n g of t h i s year.. At t h i s time only t h r e e A4 Skvhawk attack bombers were p u t on d i s p l a y f o r t h e 400 s t u d e n t s i n a v i a tion maintenance. The Marines f e l t t h i s e x h i b i t was such a s u c c e s s t h e y r e t u r n e d October 8. Some of t h e a i r c r a f t on d i s p l a y a t t h i s e x h i b i t were a n OV 10 Bronco o b s e r v a t i o n a i r c r a f t , an HU-IEIHuey) h e l icopter, a CH-46 (Sea Knight) h e l i c o p t e r , and two Skyhawk j e t s . The c l o s i n g of t h e news r e l e a s e s a i d t h a t t h e Marines were more than pleased with t h e student t u r n o u t and t h e e n l i s t m e n t r e s u l t s were n o t known a t this e a r l y s t a g s b u t f a v o r a b l e r e s u l t s were hoped for.

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Despite rumors to the contrary, the Halloween Dance isn't the 30th, it's Friday, the 29th:! Yes, we've done it again! We said one thing, then were forced to do something else. We now have "Madisons" from Orlando "signed" to play from 9 to 2. I hope you're getting busy on your costumes, as I've heard a fantastic idea-someone said his date is going as a Playboy centerfold--if he doesn't stay at home. Last year saw

29 , . 9:00 DESERT I N N flowers, outhouses, and a Sopwith Camel or two. 1 wonder what will show up this year? Also, who'll get the waterbeds? The November 13 barbecue will be on November 13. Seems that everything has been worked out among everyone. That weekend should be great as Bunnell has decided to "follow" us with an air show on Sunday, November 14. Speaking of air shows-the Kissimmee air show will be November 6 and 7 .

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