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Dedication A W e r of men. A giant in the eye3 of kb foikwenA.ullwhohuddkaWbielidetafheukty of map1in fligM. We ofthe Phoenix Staa wisrh rjo a c k m w 1 d ~our amremm of your presence at E*-1iddlr You hre huglit ly thrt d t y is tbe b y to s)witisrs. atmaQ your willla beeomhagMter piktts, we wish b DEDICATE tkie b o d to yaw GENERAL WILLIAM SPRUAPICE iuthe embodiment of the " S P I ~ I T

OF EMBRY-RIDDLE."


Upperclassmen

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Organizations

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Administration . 100 Underclassmen .I59

Sports . . . .

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Phoenix Of such glorious plumage Of such h a m o n i u s voice He was unique


Phoenix He built himself,from his spicy nest A tabernacle offire


STAGED DISASTER DRILL Far Volusia County Hospitals By Embry-Riddle University Students

PhoenixO n this pyre he t h r e w himself H i s brightly-colored a r m o r ' turned t o ash As h e was consumed Y e t f r o m this fertilized char arose


PhoenixRessurrected Sacred t o the Sun, E v e n better for his regeneration T h e n he flew, covered b y his S p i c y ash t o E g y p t , and he deposited these ashes O n t h e alter of the Sun.


Wives Receive Ph.T. Degrees At Senior Party

Congratulations!

DAB

Meanwhile back at the ranch


Boeing

Jumbo JetA beautiful flare

A beautiful touchdown

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In ChicagoAnd a beautiful crew!


A Beautiful New Airplane


COLONEL THOMAS P. STAFFORD Chief of Astronauts Addresses The 1970 Graduates


The Class Of 19'0


Col. Thomas P. Stafford

Dr. Theodore C. Marrs . . . Doctor of Aviation Education

. . . Dodor of Aeronautical Science

Mr. Guy B. Odum . . . Doctor of Aviation Law


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Mr. Edward P. Yackel . . Doctor of Aviation Education

Dean Robert H.Roy

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Aeronautical Science Outstanding Students... Garland Jones

Tim Gehr

...And Instructors

Mr.Thoma Clay

Mr. Robert Brown


OLIVER D. BAILEY DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

JOHN s. ALLEN m UMATILLA, FLORIDA

MIKE BARON DETROIT,MICHIGAN

ROBERT B. BAUER HICKSVILLE, NEW YORK


FRANK BIBBEE Sf. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

THOMAS LEE BERG ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA

hi. 8HERBdAN D. BRUCE TO-, OHIO

BERND J. BOYT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

SKY M. BROWN ATLANTA, QBORGU


RODNEY D. CLOm GLENDISE, PENNSYLVANIA

JOSEPH A. CASALE NORFOLK, VIRGINIA

JERRY W. COFFMAN COLUMBUS, OHIO

CARL 8. CONANT ATHmS, OHIO

FRANK W. COOK NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT

JOHN w.CONKWN BROOW;YN, NEW YORK


PAUL P. EDDY

ORLANDO, FLORIDA

THOMAS W. DOYLE ELMHURST, NEW YORK

JIM G. QEBHART

BERLIN, GERMANY

DALE L. BEESER wEsTMmsTER,MkRYLAND

JAN v. GuNNARh#IN BORA8,sQmDIPM


KEN JACOB NEW YORK, NEW YORK

DONALD M. HEGGLAND BUFFALO, NEW YORK LEO R. JILLISKY TROY, NEW YORK

DANE K. JOHNSON D A U , TEXAS

ROBERT W. W E R DAYTON, OHIO


WILLIAM W. LARNED WILTON, CONNECMCUT

RAYMOND N. LEE SHEFFELD, PENNSYLVANIA

MICHAEL J. KULLENBERG WASHINGTON GROVE, MARYLAND

DAVID P. M O C k U DAYTONA BJwiCH, FLORIDA

KENNETH H. MASON DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

DANEL E. MARTIN

FREDERfCRIY)WN, W880URI


JOSEPH PAUL MILLER JR. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

HUGH M. MCCOY SEVERNA PARK, MARYLAND

DONALD E. MUELLER DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

MARC RICHARD NATHANSON FRAMINGHAM, IUASSACHUSE'ITS

PETER MUFFALEFKI NEW YORK I-,


JOHN N. PETRONE BRONXVILLE, NEW YORK

GREGORY JOHN NELLI ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN

STANLEY H. PODLASEX NEW BRITAIN,CONNECTICUT

JOHN N. PROSSER DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

EDWARD F. RILEY WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

DANIEL H. RAUSCH ~ ~ R I M OHIO O ,


LYLE D. SCHMITT DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

WILLIAM F. ROGERS DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

GARY C. SHEPPARD DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

dERRY M. SHERMAN REDDING, CAUFORNIA

VIRGIL P. STRINGFIELD DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

ROBERT A. STAMBOVSKY SPRINGFIELD, MAsSACHUsEIT8


dOBEPH PATRICK VALLA AMFTWILLE, NEW YORK

JAMES A. WARNIERS DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

HERMAN D. STURbd ASHLAND, PENNSYLVANIA

MARK WElSS BAYSIDE, NEW YORK

BRUCE D.WING A L L E N T r n , PEWNElYLVANLA


Pro-Pilot

JOHN CORRY dR. ATHENS,GEORGIA

WILLIAM L. CLINKENBEARD WALTON. KENTUCKY

DONALD W. EDGECOMB VALPARAISO, INDIANA


No! I didn't nay flap the flips!


T h e Sights That Men Can Never Share There are some sights that many men will never view. For only these sights are seen by a select few. The sights that men can never share, , for they are seen only by men who take t o the air.

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Above a cloud deck reflecting the sun's silvery sheen, while down below the sun will nwer be seen. The moon as it looks for itself in a glow on some lake or bay or a n e w b fallen snow. The sights that men can never share, for they are seen only by men who take t o the air.


Aeronautical Science Juniors


KENNETH BORDING

EDWARD BRIGGS

ARTHUR BRAUN RONALD BYERLY

FRANKLIN CAMPBEL

LEO CERRUTL JOHN CXAPONNIERE

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LAWRENCE D R DOUGLAS D'kLOI8

JOHN FOLEY

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EraJmT GREENWOOD


ROBERT LOVERN

JAMES OGBURN ROBERT PHILPOTT

MARTIN PEGELOW JOHN PROTU8 BRUCE RENNRR

EDWARD ROGER8

WILLIAM SLOCUMB BRENT STONE

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GARY BPANGILER RICHARD SHER MURRAY SHAVER

CARL SIBLEY DONALD SCHWARTZ

ALMN SNECKENBE-


GREGORY STOREY

STEPHEN UTZINGER

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WAYNE WEDLAKE

JAMES C. WELCH JAMES ZOCK

WILLIAM BARSIN

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Outstanding Stude

Thomas Isenberg

Carl Woodbeck

...And Outstanding Instructors

Mr. Leonard Roberts


Aviation Management Seniors


DAVID A. BENSON MCPHERSON, KANSAS

PAUL H. ALVATER DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

RICHARD F. BEREZANSKY MANVILLE, NEW JERSEY

GERALD J. BERNDT DETROIT, MICHIGAN

PATRICIA CHOVANEC QUEENS VILLAGE, NEW YORK

SAMUEL A. CAVALLARI DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


WALTER C. DONOVAN

QUEENS VILLAGE, NEW YORK

THOMAS L. COURTNEY DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

HERMAN V. DUH ICUMASI, GHANA

JAMES J. DUNN RIVERSIDE, CONNECTICUT

HOWARD JAMES GRANT PARSIPPAMY, NEW dERBEY

RICHARD W. FREEMAN WEfPlWNSTER, MARYLAND


GEORGE P. HORAN DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

ROGER HARWOOD DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

THOMAS F. ISENBURG WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA

GARLAND E. JONES COVINGTON, LOUISIANA

JAMES N. KERR COURTLAND, NEW YORK

bESRdOND J. W A N Q H GREENPORT, NEW YORK


CORWIN D. LIND8TROM DAYToNA BEACH, FLORIDA

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

RAYMOND F. LOEHNER JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

DAVID C. LOWE ONEONTA, NEW YORK

GARY R. MILLER GRAND I@sLPLND,NEBRASKA

DENNIS C. KROL

STEPHEN J. IUESZKAT MERRIclc, NiW YORK


JBlWWl' N. O'HARE HOMESTEAD, PENNSYLVANIA

BERNARD A MULLIGAN GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK

JOHN C. PAlTEN NEWBURY, MASSACHUSETTS

E W L J. POUNDS DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

DAVID RABEN DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

MILTON V. PROBASCO JR. CREAMFUDGE, NEW JERSEY


JOHN A. RIZZO PASSAIC, NEW a R 8 E Y

PATRICIA REDMOND DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

JOHN N. ~ I D E R DAYTONA BEACH, F'LORIDA

ANTHONY M. SHANS DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

JAMESD. SPLNNIKEN DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

JORGE AURELIO 8IBILA BROOKLYN, NEW YORK


JAMES E. TURNBUU DAUAIS, TEXAS

REID W. SWARTZ WEIJT HARTFORD, CONMECTICUT

DAVID L. VAUGHAN HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS

EMMETI' VENNING DWNEDrn, FLORIDA

RICHARD T. WHITE PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND

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M. WELCH JR. DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


PHILLIP 8. WOODRUFF DAYToNA BEACH, FLORIDA

CLARKSON C. WORMER IV OOR89E ILE,h6ICHIGAN

C. E. WOODBECK JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI

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DOUGLAS B. YOUNG DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

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MARCUS LEE ZAHRT LAPORTEM, INDIANA

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"You think this is bad, frosh? You should have seen the old school!" (a senior to an entering freshman.)

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Uncle Sam wants - you!

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Remember ... "Management Is Getting Things Done Through Other People"


Aviation Management Juniors


STEVEN ATHA JOHN S. AMICK

WILLIAM BOYD

DAVID BARLIN ROGER COOK DAVID CROAKMAN

DmmcmNMMaHAM ROBERT DUDEN CLYDE EHRHART


RICHARD FRANCE3 OLIVER GAaNE ERNE(JTGRUJBWkLD

=WARD W 6 D O N JERRY H W D PAUL WUER


MICHAEL.SAUNDERS GEORGE SZEKELY JOHN VINCENT

EDWARD WILLIAMSON RICHARD WHITE


Huddle Eric at law


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Cam McQuaid

...And Instructors 1970

Dr. Donald Ritchie,,

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JAN S. COLLINS DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

LARRY DEAN BROWN NEWARK, DELAWARE

WALTER R. FRASER WAYNE, MEW dERSEY

DANIEL ALLEN KESSLER BRISTON, PENNlSYLVANIA

TODD H. GEZslYlN EAST HADDAM,CONNECTICUT


ROBERT P. LOUTHEN COLUMBUS,OHIO

ANDREW PoTACzALA NEW YORK, NEW YORK

MAURICE M. LIMOGE FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE

REGINALD PRZYBYL DAYTONA BEACH,FLORIDA

PAUL C. $CON-

TAMFA,FLORIDA


BRIAN J. STACKPOLE DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

PRANIT SITTISAREBUTE BANGKOK, THAILAND

WOODROW M. VAN WHY JR. TONAWANDA,NEW YORK

W. MICHAEL TOMPKINS GIBSON CITY, ILLINOIS


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"Can do!" (an unknown engineer in Ceaser's army.)

Embry Riddle's graduating engineers, like all engineers, will be tagged with the common misconception that an engineer deals with numbers and forgets the people. The

stereotype picture of an engineer is that he is a crgnky little man in a dimly lighted room throwing out diagrams and f i i e s from slide rule models. Let's look at our small but energetic engineering department. Among those students are two former S.G.A. pares idents, twenty former senators, twenty-six fraternity men, nine varsity athletes, and five "Avian" staff members. Aviation needs engineers. Without their foresight and unending search for improvements, aviation would stagnate and become an unchanging fixture rather than the world-changing, trend-setting science that it is today. A man's profession should be a science to him, but he should also look upon it as his art; and like all art, his work is a creation by man for himself and other men. Our engineers know this and atrive to help the flesh and blood creatures use the creations of their slide rules and numbers.


Little Willy ain't no more


What A


Aeronautical Engineering Juniors


HASGIB H. ARID1 HOWARD BURGESS JOSEPH BIDIOPIA

PHILLIP FORESTER GLENN GOLDEN JAMES GORSIN

DAVID G@IWALD CHARLES C. HOOVER

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DONALD MCHOLS

JAMIBQ. PRETU)W RhYhdOMD PIETRANICO

CHARmFrlTlNGER

EDWARD J. RXPJKIB DANNY d. SMOCK

ICENNmH SMITfI

JOSEPH VALLEE DAVID WILKIN80N


AMET STANLEY BACHIR GEORGE W. BREWER CARL L. HAMIUOND

AMM CLARK H. KlHN JEROME C. NICHOLS

WILLIAM PETERSON

Math


Hanger flying

Can you see the missing wire?

Tennis anyone?


A.M.E.T. Seniors

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ROBERT E. FISHER PHOENUCVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA

DONALD J. GEORGE DAYTONA BEACH,FLORIDA

JOFFRE E. GULLIOD DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

JOHN MARTIN0 VALLEY

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LYNN B. HAQSTROM FARPORT. NEW YORK


CHARLES EDWARD SWANTON ROCHESTER, NEW YORK

NEIL FREDRICK T i m HINSDALE, ILLINOIS

WARREN H. SHERW005) MELEOURNE:, FLORIDA

CHARLES IL WHITTEN QORHAM,MAINE

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Maintenance Technology Outstanding Student...

John Wm.Stoehner

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JOSEPH W. ARMSTRONG DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA THOMAS V. BALSANO WESTFIELD, NEW YORK

PAUL CRESS DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

WILLIAM T. DENIS MASSAPEQUA, NEW YORK DONALD GENE EDDY RIPLEY, NEW YORK WILLIAM R. ELLINGTON FORT MEADE, FLORIDA

D ~ L ~ m DAYTONA BZZAOrr, l%QSlXM DON B. HI8KOCK UTHm IpLORlDA

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JACK LEWIS WEHI' NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY

MICHAEL T. MCFARLkrND DAYTONA BEACH, FLORDA LJmnSMOBRIrnN " DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

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DAVID W. REINER LANBDALE, PENNEtYLVAMIA

PAUL E;I)WIN ROGER8 JR. CINamATI, OHIO

N O W~ O N U N DAYFONA B&ACH, FLORIDA


JOHN W. STOCHNER ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

EDWIN J. VANDERHOOF DENVILLE, NEW JERSEY

JEFFREY L. WALLIS DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA

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"I'm o.k., Wilbur, but you ought to see the airplane." (conversation between unknown pilot and mechanic 1903)

If the engineer is the future of aviation, the mechanic is its life" blood. He is responsible not only for repair but for prevention of repair necessity. Our maintenance technicians are Embry-Riddle's main commodity of demand. They are always needed and appreciated in the aerospace industry. A diverse lot, they came from all over the world. They work hard for their diplomas and, as many have said, "After the Riddle exams, the FAA's are a breeze." Today the flying public depends on their skill and competence.


A Day At The Races

Butch Hirst stars in the Daytona 500

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Launch pad for "Project Phoenix" 1970 Beech-1% Powered by jet propulsion

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Another first for E R A U

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Faculty

ANN APPERSON

DR. HORTENSIA BALLINA

WILLIAM BLOODWORTH

WILLARD BOLTON BYRON BROWN

IKE BRUCE

DONALD BUNDY ROBERT CAMERON ROGER CATWBELL uL

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JOHN DANFORTH JACK ELLIOT

MARTIN FLEISHAKER

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EDWARD GARRETT WILLIAM GAYNOR

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BURDETTE LAMAR

ANDREW LERCHE ROY KESSELRING


DR. ELIZABETH NELSON BE NEWKIRK LEONARD ROBERTS


JOHN SPEARS

KENNETH WEIDNER THOMAS WILSON

MING WANG DR. DANIEL SAIN

HEYWARD SAUL8

L O W SULJBNBERQER

NANCY VANVORHEES YANG WANO


DR. EDWARD YACKEL

ROGER BAILLEUX

JAMES COOPER

Outstanding Instructors


Pat Johnstone Caroline Kulp Theresa Mahoney Joanne Manning


LT. BARRY S. PEAL Lt. Peal is stationed at Webb Air Force Base in Texas. He flys T-38 jets. April, 1969 B.S.A.S.

CHARLES E. ANGELL Mr. Angell is preawntly working in reeearch for Skylab I. December, 1969 B.S.A.E.

Graduate

WILLIAM J. FIELD Il Bill h now a teaching arui&ant at Marquette U n i v d t y in Wbamin working toward his maatem degree in Businem Admininhation. December 1969 B.S.A.M.

BENJAMIN D. RODDEY III December, 1969 B.8.A.S.


THOMAS C. WES'I'IN

JEFFREY N. HAGGAS August, 1969 B.S.A.M.

August,, 1969 A.T.A.M.M.

WILLIAM MARRISON December, 1969 B.S.A.S.

KENNETH P.MESZKAT December, 1969 B.S.A.M.

JOSEPH DICKINSON August, 1969 B.S.A.E.


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What's the question?

At Work...

What's in pout cup, CbrMe1


A lot of experts are busy trying to prove that a man named Gustave Whitehead put a plane in the air two years before the Wright Brothers.

STELLA RANDOLPH,author of "Before the Wrights Fle

In 1899 Gustave Alvin Whitehead, now honored annually in Bridgeport, Connecticut on August 14th as Connecticut's Father of Aviation, was forced to leave Pittsburgh a step ahead of the law In Germany, Whitehead is honored, too, in his na tive Bavarian town of Leutershausen; likewise at Ansbach where the Aero Club dedicated its new hangar to him in 1966, and in Nurnberg, where in a new subdivision a street carries the name, WEISSKOPFSTRASSE (Whitehead Street). The Museum at Munich lists Whitehead among aviatio pioneers. The Connecticut Aeronautical Historica Association (CAHA) is promoting an unbiased intensive study of Whitehead and his work, and it plans to devote a section of its museum entirely t him. What was Whitehead's crime in Pittsburgh? He built a steampowered airplane and flew it into the wall of a newly constructed three-story building, according to the statement of his helper who also occupied the machine. The helper was burned severely by escaping steam and was hospitalized. He bore the scars to his death years later. Others living in Pittsburgh testified in the 1930's to havin some knowledge of this incident. However, the news item and picture reported as appearing in th PITTSBURGH PRESS has not been found.


Whitehead and his assistant went to Bridgeport, Connecticut, where Whitehead continued his work. A number of people have testified to seeing his airplanes fly. On August 14,1901 the Sunday Editor of the BRIDGEPORT HERALD witnessed a definite flight, and reported it fully in his August 18th, 1901 edition. Whitehead himself published a report of two flights made in January 1902, over Long Island Sound. The second of these was a circular flight of about seven miles length. Aviation authorities have known of these reported flights, but not until 1963 was any kind of official investigation undertaken - too late to interview many of those who had witnessed them. The 9315th U.S. Air Force Reserve Squadron first undertook an investigation, and was soon joined by CAHA. They presented the results of the research of the 1930's and their own three year's work (to 1966) before the staff of Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum (NASM) in Jan-

1901 or 1902 photo of Gustave Whitehead with his No. 21 plane inventions.

uary 1966. NASM was i m p d , and urged them to continue their research. This has been done. Their aix years' work has brought to light much more evidence of Whitehead's aviation work, the most significant feature of which appears to have been the variety and excellence, for that period, of the engines he constructed. Today, both in Germany and this country, qualiiied aviation engineers are wnstructing models of some of Whitehead's airplanes; wind tunnel tests and others wiU be made, and the hdings submitted to the Review Committee.Models built in Gemany have been flying by radio control. The present CAHA study may require sevesal years to complete, at the end of which a national (perhaps international) panel of experts will review committee findings and make a conclusive statement concerning Whitehead's status and position among early aviation pioneers.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES The governing body of E-R is The Board of Trustees, which is composed of individuals who volunteer their time and experience in the interest of higher aviation education as practiced a t hnbry-Riddle. They are not even "dollar-a-year" people in that no Trustee is ever paid for his services. The Board of Trustees determines overall policy and philosophy to be implemented by the President and the Administrative std. Bscause the highly successful men and women serving the cause of Embry-Riddle come from various parts of the country, the Trustees appoint an "Executive Committee" which meets monthly to make the decisions currently necessary in the continuing operation of the college. The entire board meets annually to review past efforts and outline future goals. Distance does not diminish the effectiveness of Trustees. They work within their oarrn communities or a t the national level to further the interest of the college and the student body it serves. Mr. Jerry Berndt .................. Daytona Beach, Florida Mr. John MeKay Jr. ........................Miami, Florida Mr. Philip Elliott Jr. ............... Daytona Beach, Florida Mr. John C. Adams .................Daytma Beach, Florida Mr. Austin 0. Combs ............... Dams B w h , Florida Mr. Tine W. Davis .................. M ,Alabama ME.CBan~ingDWtter ............. Pitt&W& ~ ~ b w w Mr. R1.chard V. Drske .............. Dams Ssmb*Flcrrida

Mr. Berndt

Mr. J. McKay

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h..Ph2Uip Flewhaus .............. Daytma ha34 Florida Mr. HamM Ko801a .................... Vem Beach, Florida Y. Chpili Kreeh .................Coral Gables, Florida Mrs. G. Burton L i a e ............... Nicholasville, Kentucky Mr. Carl Lindell ......................Jacksonville, Florida Mr. William McElmy ...............Daytona Beach, Florida ...........Miami, Florida Mr. Hobart McKay . . . . . . . Dr. Gmver Noetzel .... ..... South Miami, Florida Dr. Charles Proctor . . . .......Gainesville, Florida ......Coral Gables, Florida Mr. John Paul Riddle ..... Captain Kimball Scribner .... ... Long Island, New York Mr. Lee B. Spence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Daytona Beach, Florida G d William Spruance . . . . . . . . Wilminmn, Delaware

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Mr. McFlroy

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Mr. Drake


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Mr. Adams

Dr. Fleuehaus

Mr. Combs

Mr. Kosola

Mr. Davis

Mrs. Liese

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Captain Scribner

Mr. Spence

General Spruance


BOARD OF VISITORS The Board of Visitors is composed of individuals who suscribe to the institutional goals, and who desire to promote the institutional growth for the general prosperity of the community and the social and academic enlightenment of the student body. D. B. Alexander ......................Daytona Beach, Florida J. F. Armijo ........................ Pittsfield, Massachusetts John G. Bearden ............................&Land, Florida Walter B. Booth ...................... Ormond Beach, Florida J. Hyatt Brown ...................... Daytona Beach, Florida Elbert H. Chambers .................. Daytona Beach, Florida Henry C. Coleman, Jr. ................. Daytona Beach, Florida Austin 0. C m b s ..................... Daytona Beach, Florida Hugh Crawford, M.D. ................. Daytona Beach, Florida E. William Crotty ..................... Ormond Beach, Florida Dave Fennel ......................... Daytona Beach, Florida David A Freer ....................... Daytona Beach, Florida Louis Fuchs ......................... Daytona Beach, Florida Frank Hoffman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Daytona Beach, Florida Reid B. Hughes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Holly Hill, Florida Ray V. Hunt ............................. Melbourne, Florida Fred W. Krantz ........................... Holly Hill, Florida Robert F. Lloyd ...................... Daytona Beach, Florida William S. Lloyd ..................... Daytona Beach, Florida Mrs. Gil Martin ...................... Daytona Beach, Florida Walter J. McFadden ................... Ormond Beach, Florida J. Dennis Patrick O'Grady ............. Daytona Beach, Florida Bert fisames, Jr. ..........................Holly Hill, Florida C. N. Rice ........................... Daytona Beach, Florida Charles Riehards .....................Daytona Beach, Florida Herbert R i m ........................Daytma Beach, Florida Deane Savage ........................ Ormond Beach, Florida L L. M m i t t ......................... Daytona Beach, Florida Fred Thellsrean ........................ O~neondBeach, Florida Lawrence Vagaozzi ................... Ormond Beach, Florida Phillip Wagner .......................Daytona Beach, Florida Willirun A Welch ..................... Bnnond B w k , Florida Fred T. Wills ........................ D a y h a B w h , Florida Bruee Wilson ......................... O m m d Be& Florida

Mr. Beardon

Mr. Brown

Mr. Fennel1

Mr. Freer

Mrs. Inartin, Jr.

Ivlr. Rice


Mr. Chambers

Mr. Coleman

Mr. Combs

Dr. Crawford

Mr. Crotty

Col. Hoffman

Mr. Hughes

Mr. Hunt

Mr. Krantz

Mr. Lloyd

Mr. Richarus

Dr. Riggs

Mr. Savage

Mr. Schmitt

Mr. Wills


NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL The National Advisory Council was created in 1969 to assist fullyaccredited Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute at the national level. The men serving voluntarily are figures of national and international prominence in their respective career fields. Their services will be invaluable in an advisory capacity to the Board of Trustees and administration with problems and projects furthering the goals and objectives of aviation education. Captain Kimball J. Scribner . . . . . . Captain, Pan American Airlines, (Chairman) Garden City, New York General Joseph D. Caldara ....... President, Flight Safety FoundaUSAF R e t tion, Inc., Arlington, Virginia The Honorable Don H. Clausen .... Representative, Congress of the United States Washington, D. C. Mr. Nqjeeb E. Halaby .................. President, Pan American Airways, New York, New York Mr. Phillip Mann ........................... Aviation Consultant Miami Beach, Florida Dr. Maynard M. Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chairman World Center for Exploration, The Explorer Club New York, New York James M. Moran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President, Barkley & Dexter Laboratories, Inc., Fitchburg, Massachusetts Mr. Leonard J. Povey ............ .Vice President & Gen Manager Eastern Aviation Services, Inc. F t Lauderdale, Florida James T. Pyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director, Aviation Development Council, Flushing, New York Senator Jennings Randolph ................. United States Senate Washington, D. C. Dr. Mewin Iâ&#x201A;Ź. Strickler ............. Director, Aviation Education, Federal Aviation Administration, Washingtoll, D- C. Culmel Ansel E. Talk%% ...................... Managing Editor World Aviation Publications World, Washington, D. C. Colonel C. J. Tippdt ........................... Former Director, 1.C.A.O. South America LlangoUen Farm of Ocala Omla, Florida Dr. George R. Wallace, Jr. .......... President, Wallace Industries Pitchburg, Ymsaehusetta

Captain Scribner

Senator Randolf


General Caldara

Dr. Strickler

Congressman Clausen

Colonel Tippett

Mr. Halaby

Dr. Wallace


GILL ROBB WILSON COMMITTEE Recently formed, the Gill Ztobb Wilma Menxdu1 Aer0noklt;ieal Scienw Center Cormnittee ha9 as ita p r i m d@w&'ve the rahing sf

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Mr. Caniff

Mr. Conrad

Mrs. Denison

General Doolittle

Mr. Godfrey

Senator Goldwater

Colonel Gross

Mr. Hardy

Mr. Loosbroek

General Scott

General Spaatz

Mr. Stack

Mr. Wallbank

Mr. Wright


Gill Robb Wilson Memorial


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tieneral Mc~orlnellreceives First Annual G.R.W.Award


Organizations, Clubs, Sports


Left to Rigbt: Richard Oelband, Ricardo fpllliams, Raymond Lea, Larry Hinee, Terry Levitt, Willi am Pedersen, Michael Ho C k y Quanstrotn, Larry Sch-, K n d h g : Coach David Lowe.


Soccer


Baseball

No hits

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A Form Of Sport

The Senior Party


Epsilon Rho Chapter of

KNEELING: Jerry Coffman, Daniel Raunch, Gary Anderson, Pree., Paul Majer, James Frye, John Johnstone. SITTING: John Patten, Ray Lee, Stanley P-k, Richrvd V y , George Brewer. STANDING: Robert C. Andermn, Richard McCulley, Jack Grandman, Edward Johneon, David Vaugn, Robert Anderson, Riiharc' White, Edward Briggs, W illiam Corey. MISSING: Jeffrey Acker, David Amstutz, Robert Dudden, Robert Elhaof, Tom Hartman, Charlee Madhn, Man: Nathaneon, Dough Smith, John V i n t , David Woenicki.

Alpha Eta Rho


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SFTTING: Art Ericson, Reid Swartz (Tress.), Raymond Loehner (Reg.), Martin Pegelow (See.), Mike Harvey. STANDING: Hank Toohey, Stanley Czamik, Ken Roger,Ken Wixon, Robert Argila, Ed F w , Steve Patten, John Jezek, Ray hhnt, Ralph Fabozzi, Joe Sedlacek. MISSING: Spence Price, Gregg Jones, Larry Lo~nbardo,Larry Weidner.

PI SIGMA PHI, Embry-Riddle%first social fraternity, has felt its greatest growth this year since its founding. T first big event was the acquiring of a fraternity house, then the largest pledge class in the frat's history and finally the affiliation with one of the best national fraternities, DELTA CH


We're Now Delta Chi!


Sigma Chi Delta

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SITTING: Robert Philpott (Tress.), Stephen Avery (V.P.), Terry Owens (Pres.), Donald Osmundson (Secy.), Daniel K d (Pledge Master). STANDING: Bussey Allsup, William Slocumb, Sid Barling, James Patterson, Chris Sherr, John Delafos Sky Brown.

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STUDENT GCOVHIRNMENT A S S O C I . A T I O OF EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE A aaois

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DAN MARTIN

DAVID RABEN

MERRITT WELCH

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TREASURER

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ROW 1: Dean Dragoo, Danny Smock, Richard Acee, David Raben, Clatk Wormer, Phillip Woodruff, Ray Loehner. ROW 2: Daniel Martin, Jam- Dunn,Jerry Niahole, Richard Berezansky, David McCall, David Weymouth, Michael Tompkins, Regin Pryzbyl, Paul Eddy, John Conklin, C M e Sherr, Todd Gelston, Robert Ellington, David Cocker, Terry Owem, David Amstut Jemy Hood, William Boyt, Daniel Keasler, Daniel Sturm, Jerry Berndt, Stephen Avery, Jama Henderson, Dennis Krol, Sid Barling, John Amick


d e e r p h~dtaccepts the Eeeter Seal 'Rophy for Embry-

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The New Representatives are ewom in

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Robert M. Grier Vice-President

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Donald Kunfum Resident

Robert Stambov~ky Vice President

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Vets College

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Blood Drive

BLOOD DRIVE CHAIRMAN - Dennie Krol

Spring 1970 E. R. CHAMPS Bleeders: ALPHA ETA RHO Advertising: SIGMA CHI DELTA

Volusia County Champs 8


Disaster Drill This Is What W e Give Blood For ... The Gift Of Life.

260 porndo of ground chuck

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Sport Parachute Club of Embry-Riddle Sid Barling-President

Pierre Champoux - Vice-Resident and General Manager

Get ready

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Go back for ~ d n d e


E.R. Diving Eagles


ERMAC- Model

Airplane

The Ground Flyers - Dr. Dan Sain, Presider

Small and Sloa

Large And Fast


Embry-Riddle's 1st B.M.O.C. Contest Is Successful!

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Howard "The Challenger" in preparation

John "Fat Albert" Amick Big Man On Campus Champion 1970 I

Record: 25 2 1 5 1

1970

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Lobster Halves Orders French Fries Combo Salad With Roquefort Iced Teas and Water Rum Cake Dessert with Chocolate Chip Topping 2 Lime and Tangerine Sherbets 1 Pineapple Cheese Cake Ahmode Several Coffees

Congratulations Big John!

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B.M.O.C. ia awarded appopWely dedmed kop3rg at

8.G.A. banquet


new frhds, a new way of life. No parents to tell yam when to study. M y your own ctsmhoe. For some that comcience kasn'f done well. Thaw Bar-B-, ~~, everyone saving " h b a f r Who? where's h t . "

anything f a panted. Thrtt's when you find your@ in a new reglatrestisn line. But they aren't a8

nice as we am here at Embry-RidcUe! You my you' have already meei?Tell that to U& Sam.


ANTHONY AIELLO JOHN S. ALLEN ROBERT ANDERSON

GARY ANDERSON IRWEN ADLER JOSEPH ANDREW PAUL C. ANDREW REGINALD ANDREW

RONALD APPLETON WAYNE ASELTINE JERRY AUSTIN STEPHEN AVERY JOSEPH BAKER

R. BARKER SID BARLING ERNEST BARRICK DARRELL BEARD BRUCE BEER

P ~ B E M # O ~ R I dAldEB B E R D m ROBERT BELMKE RICHARD BEEM WlLUAM BERTH-


HENRY BIRD D. BLACK DANIEL BLOOMER CHARLES BONNET EDWARD BOURNE

ROBERT BOWMAN ROBERT M. BOWMAN BONNIE BRANT NORMAN BROWN J. BRUCE

DAVID CAMPBELL


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RICHARD DOAN J. C. DOERING RICHARD DONEGAN D. DRAGOO WALTER DRELICK

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EDWARD FUSCO JAMES GABBARD GARY GAGNON LAWRENCE GALLAGHER EDWARD GARRETT

DENNIS GERLE PETER GERLETT JAMES GILBERT

W. J. GOLDSTEIN JACK GRANDMAN RUSSELL GRANT ALAN GREENMALQH RAPFAEL GRINBERG

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MICHAEL HANSON R. (3. HAB(J0N

JOHN HARTMAN T. HARTMAN DAVID HARVEY ROBERT HEALEY BTEPHEN HELD

J. HILDEBWWD JDHN HO-ALMS MEHAEL HOYLE QIWRGE HW+lDSWW JAMES HUNTER

SUE HURLBUT ALBERT JACKSON J. R. JACrnON W. N. JACKSON W. T. JAGICSON

R. JQHN(JON J. M. JOHNrnNB FRED JONES

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K. KOLEILAT M. KOLEILAT G. KRATZNER CHARLES LABOW K. W. LAWRENCE

SIDI LEBdNOuNI KEITH LEACH

WILLIAM LUMPP

M. MCGREOOR ALDRICH MASON

D. J. MCBEE

WILLIAM MCGUINESS J. R. MEDINA R. MOORE B. W. MORRIS

J. MURRAY J. J. MURRAY ROBERT NOAK 8. OUDBRKIRK T. Owmu8

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J. PAIUIBI*ANcO FREDRICK PARKER JOSEPH PARKER MAHENDRA PATEL V. L. PATIUCK

J. W. PATTERSON

BUSAN PECK P A T W K PHELAN DOUGLAS PHlLLiPS JOHN PINKMW

THOMAS REED BTEPHENREGm PAWL REHIIIER MARC REYNIER THOMAS RICHARDS


M. SAUNDERS JOSEPH SCAGLIOTIl JOSEPH SEDLACEK HERBERT SEELY ABED SHATILLA

DENNIS SHEEHAN R. C. SHERR R. SHERBONDY A. SIDDIQUI ROBERT SIMPSON

MIKE SIMS VICTORIA SMITH WAYNE SMOKER RICHARD SOLLEN CRAIG SOWERS

J. R. SPAHN DAVID SPINNIKEN K. STAFE E. STOLTZFUS ANDREW STOVALL

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T.WAGNER DENNIS WALTZ R. E. WARREN

GEORGE WATERMAN LARRY WEIDMAN

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"Mother never told me it would cut!"

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"I thought I told you not to fly anymore, T-!"

"I'm the Dean I'm telling 'ya!" 7 .*


"My wife likes the way I dance."

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Riddle'# lovleae holma.

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"Now,now,I saw you peek."

"So happy together

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'$You're a sore winner, Terrg."

"I was flying along and ail of a sudden it fell off."


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"It must be nice to see maow."


"And the teachen, think they are underpaid.',

Hit's mine," "NO, it'^ mine.''


112.6 on your VOR

Total &r edipre at Pemy, M d d a 1970.

Linda - Avion Editor

-March 70h,


FRANK CAMPBELL Outstanding Flight Student 1970

Campus .

How do you play Gerize anyway?


Candids


KNEELING: Martin Pegelow, Ray Loehner, Gary Anderson, Jack Sherdel. STANDING: James Tillotaon, Terry Owens, Stephen Avery, Boyd Curry,Paul Majer, Dean Mansfield.


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Buss Jewelers offers CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST OF LUCK CLASSES OF "70"

COMPLIMENTS OF

MAE'S DISCOUNT FABRICS MASON & NOVA RD. HOLLY HILL PLAZA

COMPLIMENTS OF

BAILEY'S TYPEWRITER CO. 551 N. BEACH ST. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA

Clau Rings Customized To your order--$37.95 Fast Delivery

QUALITY JEWELRY S E R V K E AND REPAIRS from

BUSS JEWELERS E. W. (BILL) BUSS Halifax Shopping Center Daytona, Holly Hill, Florida Telephone. 253-33 14


Kentucky Central Life Insurance

Specializing In l nsurance For College Students

Insurance Service & Estate Planning ! C

John Be Blair Jr.

Kentucky Central Life P.O. Box 15100 Orlando, Florida 32808

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O n e Hour Martinizing 141 S. Nova Rd. Same Day Service W e accept BankAmericard

160 north beach daytona beach

Fresh as a Flower in just One Hour

For what They're wear'in See.

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Natural Gas Just Naturally Better


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Ivy Lane Camera Shop One Day Service

Cameras & Lens

Camera Repair

Kodak Films

Movie Outfits

Slide Proiectors

George Main, Manager

919 Volusia Ave. Open week nights till 9 We Have a Shop in Bellair Plaza too!!

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Hall Publishing Company

Best Deal in Town

643 N. Ridgewood n I

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Foreign Car Repairs

Harris Grocery 1400 Mason Ave.

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Open 6 am till 12 pm

Complete Stock of Foreign Car Ports on Hand

Last Stop to the

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208 South Ridgewood Ave.

Bill's

Jack's

Daytona Beach, Florida Port Orange

Mason Ave.

Onmond Bch. Phone, 252-761 1

Where Every Customer is Important!

Beautiful Dining Room Excellent Food Banquet Room Cocktail Lounge Ample Free Parking

HERB'S DIVE SHOP a414

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DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, FLORIDA

Complete Diver Service including: Rentals Hydrostat Repaire Air (ask about air card)

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N.A.U.I. All major brands of equipment at discount to Riddle students

Renta 1 O f v fng Equ f pmentSurfboards

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US Highway 92 West Daytona Beach, Fla.

253-4012


PHIL WOODRUFF EdHw

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BEECHCRAFT Bononza

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VOLUSIA AVIATION SERVICE, INC. CongratulationsClass of '70 Congratulations Class of '70

Publix Markets Westgate T.V. RCA Sales and Service

Halifax Shopping Center Holly Hill

Behire Pbza Shopping Center Daytono Beach

Ormond Beach Mall Ormond Beach

Big Tree Shcippinq Center Swth Orrrytona

Westgate Shopping Center "Where Shopping is a Pleasure*'

255-2635


900 North Atlantic Ave. on The Ocean At Daytona Beach, Florida

332 Beautiful Rooms Color T.V. in all Rooms Private Terraces Indoor & Outdoor Pools Indoor Parking Five Restaurants and Cocktail Lounges

The Finest Accom Facilit

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CALL

(904) 253-4502 For Information Mens and Ladies Health Club Teen Club Bowling Alleys and Billiard Room Golf Dancing & Entertainment Nightly Apartments and Suites

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otions and Entertainment id Daytona Beach

1st Complete Resort Motels


Baird Mobile Homes U.S. 1 South Allandale, Fla. Phone 767-1 195 Better Quality

First Federal Saving

Mobile Homes. New & Used

OF D A V T O N A B E A C H

501 North Grandview Phone 2 52-9 1011 Mason Ave. Just west of Nova 701 Main Street Daytona Beach

M E M O E R FEDERAL S A V I N O S 6 LOAN I N S U R A N C E CORPOR

Sales & Service

You Must See

For The Best Deal on any Gun! Special Deals For ERAU. Students Ph-252-8471 607 Volusia Ave., DaytOna

Buck's Gun Rack


Lam bert Photography Salon Formerly of Hollywood, Calif. The Ultimate in Fine Portraits and Commercial Photography We Specialize in Weddings

Mr. Larnbert was associated with M.G.M. Paramount Pictures, Walt Disney Productions and Warner Brothers. Drop Us A Line At 232 Florida Blvd. Neptune Beach, Fla. 32233 Your Yearbook Pictures are Still available!

T.V. and Appliance Center

Holly Hill, Fla. Sylvanic+ktorolo-Quasar-Amona Emerson--Fisher 've used the saw equipment for 50 years."


Whv not make money where you can enjoy it? Florida has the ingredients for both. Take income. Did you know that Florida's total personal income will double during the next ten years-a 106 percent increase?That'sone of the highest rates of any state in the nation. Florida i s unique. Besides her tropical climate, and booming tourist industry, she's the fastest growing major state in the country. The past five years have brought 3340 new plants and plant expansions to Florida. And no wonder residents come by the thousands every month; Florida has space-an increasingly precious commodity nowadays. Florida is the site for Walt Disney World, tomorrow's motion picture industry, and the launching pad for Atlas, Gemini, and Apollo. Florida can also be your launching pad. .#$a,,


Best Wishes Class of '70 From Your

Friendly Bookstore The Best you can

Do For Your Money

Gateway Gulf Lube, Oil Change Brake Job Tires, Batteries, Tune-ups

Rwd Service, Wash and Wax 1798 Volusia

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It's A Better Machine! 1765 So. Ridgewood--Rt. 1 South Daytona, Florida 767-5682

Midas Shop Compliments of

Beach Photo Service Inc. Camera Shop & Studio Commercial Photography

604 Main Street Daytona

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Phone 252-3274 For All Your Camera Ne6ds


To The Men of The Air Remember To Let Us Take Care of Your Hair!

Haircut Shave Razor Cut Styling Singe Straighten

Coloring Sauna Bath Manicures Masseur Facial Shampoo

The Executive Shop Barbers For Men of Distinction 253-4756

V. B. Thurman

. . . President Mason Ave.

Grant Mall

Wilkinson Aviation Inc. New Smyrna Beach Phone 428-6061


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Bellair Lanes is Your Kind of Place!

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COMPLIMENTS OF

BOB SMITH Graduation Supplier Orlando, Florida

Corml Inn

Italian Food, Wine Cocktails

677-271 1

Night Fall Motel

Goodyear Service Retail Division of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.

640 So. Ridgewood Ave. QOA252-2820 Mitz & Dick Reinceld


COMPLIMENTS OF

COMPLIMENTS OF

McCormick's Men's Wear

Kirby Company

128 N. Nova Road Daytona Beach, Fla. 252-7810

d Daytono Beach 514 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill, F l a 252-0491

COMPLIMENTS OF

COMPUMENTS OF

Dan Randle

Hoke's Pharmacy

Nationwide Insurance Daytona Beach, Fla.

1112 Derbyshire Holly Hill, Fla.

COMPLIMENTS OF

COMPUMENTS OF

Lloyd Cox Company

Big Top Car Wash

COMPLIMENTS OF

Bagwell's Flowers Belair Plaza and 312 S. Peninsula Daytona Beach, Fla.

COMPLIMENTS OF BllMAR PAINT 81HARDWARE 31 1 RIDGEWOOD HOLLY HILL, FLA. 255-2484

COMPltMENTS OF BASS & SWAGGERTY FROZEN FOODS DAYTONA BEACH, FlA.

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COLEMAN RUBBER STAMP CO. 169 MADISON AVE. DAYlONA BEACH, FLA

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Vaughn's Back Room

1 15 S. Campbell Daytona Bch., Fla.

Cocktail Lounge Phone 255-73 12 Coquina Ct. and A l A Ormond Bch.

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Birch's Cycle Shop Inc. Parts-Repairs-Accessories

Phone 252-1387 Triumph-4SA-BMW-BuItac~Motorcycles

Cushman Motors 533 N. Beach St.

Stan's Transmission Service Specialists In Automatic Transmissions

Daytona Beach, Fla. 32014

Congratulations Class of 1970 from

rienced On All Makes and Models

The Plaza Hotel 600 N. Atlantic One Day Service Rebuilding & Servicing "Ask About Our Conditional Guarantee"

51 1 VOLUSlA AVE.

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Specializing in Individual Orders 1968

1970

Since 1922

GROWERS AND SHIPPERS BOX NO 705 248 SOUTH BEACH STREET

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA 32015 AREA CODE 9-252-7462 ALL SHIPMENTS PREPAID

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MEN and WOMEN €AMPUS and COUNTBY CLOTH1N6; 2040 SouthAtlanticAvenue

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Daytona Beach, Florida

Bellair Plaza The "Name Brand" Department Store on AlA Facing The Ocean Phone 677-5740

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Bellevue Ave. Florist

PACKAGE

1300 Belwue Ave. Daytona Beach, Fla.

Large Draft Beer 25c Mixed Drinks 50c

252-6265

309 Mason Ave.

Flowers for All Occasions

Daytona Beach, Fla.

Hospital-Weddings CorxlgeBirthdays, etc.

For The Best in The Staff and Management of The Daytona Beach

Holiday lnns Wishes To Congratulate the graduating Class of E.R.A.U. W e will all be l d i n g to you to successfully meet the challenges that lie ahead of all of us in Space and Aviation. And Thanks for Being good Customers.

Holiday lnns

EYE Care..

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Stevensons Opticians 208 h. beach St. Daytona Beach

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For building, remodeling, redecorating

Doan Helicopter Service

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Alexander Lumber Co. . . . . . . . . . . First! Madison Ave. at the R.R.

'Anything

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Daytona Beach

Perfect Saftey Record

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Letters From The Presidents

Class of '70 :

Congratulations! It is the start of a new decade. This is the time that our stars wil start to rise as we begin to chart our cours through life. What we do in the 70's will b based on what we have learned so far. It i with this education that our company's an country's destiny will be shaped. As leade of the aviation industry in the 80's and 90 I wish you all the best of luck.

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You gradtlate a t a time when established institutions and

idem are being qumtiolrcb sci they have awar been quesbefore i n our histmy. Muoh of this queutloniw is being d a m by tha members at your generation, end it is 'yarr gamraUon nbich ultiastQly w i l l have t o proPide mdsh at tbc anmera t o thase questiorur. ti-

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I bapc a t as you look f a r those (UUIvare, you w i l l mmdmr t h e abllga$ion of every educated man and v o l u ~t o drw c Bistinctiorur batweem those ideee which nat be rardjuteii ud thoee which shauld be p n -

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served. m e fact that mrny accepted wrys of thinbillg s s a r r b i f l a i r l ud uajwt does not warrant thc rejection of all establishd standards. Iror should our paper respect far the p ~ UJ1 t a r legitimate desire frx stability l a d w t o dera ~ l e s s l that y which is outmoded ud obsalete. Your challeqp w i l l be that at reconciling continuity and champ, of givillg mu applicatiars &uI fresh e x p r e a s i o ~ t o aw t r a d i t i a r l valum especially our ccmcern f a r the clienity &uI ilrtagrity of every ildividwl. By meeting tk& c k m l l m you can mh. t h i n t h e of r@d a e a tka of sambrrrtfrl grarth snd iWiiUwnt f o r your-

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Thank you for the opportunity to serve you for past year as your elected S.G.A. President. I hop that you feel your vote was not wasted.

I would like to congratulate the Board of Tm&w for the job they are doing. Embry-Riddle is a eig of excellence in aviation education and it is this way becawe of the men and women in the background. The bdusas people, the administrators, the managem and the educators along with the dekrmination of the students.

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Phoenix 1970  

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Student yearbook from 1970

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Student yearbook from 1970

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