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News Release (July 13, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (July 13, 1967)
Alternate Title:
Special to the Herald-Tribune, For Use: Thursday, July 13, 1967
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Book
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New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
July 13, 1967

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Three page news release.
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/ SPECIAL TO TH FR LD-'.f t m FOR USE: URSDAY, .JUL 13, 1 67 PFRUVI MEDAL R FD Ralph F. f.tyles, retired avy captnin and Planning Officer at New Colle e, r c ntly long t uggle to have returned to him a speci 1 1nednl aw rd d hi by the r.ov rn ent of Peru. In 1958, coU\mander of Submarine Flotilla I, which eans all of the u.s. vy submarine then on the W st Capt. Styles wa charged wlth the traininr; of h sm but li e ub ar n cr w of Per He t"ecalls that this South A c ic n nation then had ight ub nrine our of which it lad purcl sed ne fro its crews re in tr inin n Americ n manuf ctur r, and for ever 1 onths t the San ba e. At th conclusion of the training period, d Gustavo J. M they, Commander of the Peruvian Pacific FlE t, aw rd d to Capt. Styles, on behalf of the president of his nation, the Grand Cros Knight. Accordi.n<> to the la' of th time, thcup.h, uch m had to be turned over to the Department of State immediately upon receipt, and Capt. Styles complied. h., retir d in 1963, Capt. Styles discovered it was not so ea.y to rctriev such Ledals. He kept tryin ,, nd finally Congress passed a a ecisl bill, P lie I..a r 89-673, vhiclt permitted the medal to be returned. Now the Jew Colleg administrator and planner has the huge sunburst style medal, with its accoopanying presentation decree. -more

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.NElJ COLLEGE -Pa e 2. Capt. Styles. along with his wife. will be revisiting San Di go this fall and one of th highlights of his trip will be a vi it to th nucl r ub rine b a at the! outh of Of o R y. When h was co nd r th re, the Atomi En rgy Commi ion w uld low no nucl r suboarine to nt r th confine of any cr c n tarbor. sQ wh n uch ubs came to c 11 at Capt. tyle1a San Di o b h l d to send t nd r out to s rvic it. He b gan to plan and to work toward having nuclear pier built nd hi ffort were succ s ful, hut only after his r tire nt. GRANT TO T! 'AL Florid D v lopn nt Coru::i ion, t1rough it cultural rt coordinator, rly Coil n, ha noti 1 d Coll tl t its 1968 Su er u ic stiv 1 will rd d p ci 1 gr nt p ort of 3,000. FDC is dn ini terin th pedal rant for th Nntio 1 ndo n or the rt through th Florida tiv 1 of the rt il th large t an most successful of the College fe tivals hns just b n compl t d, plnnning already is rnovin ah ad for th fourth edition, and thi rant h.lps to insure the continu d ucc of the program. The l'ational Endo ent nde av 11 blc t iR yc r to each state 50,000 on A tchin b siA. Florida us d it own F tival of th rts a the um r 11 for overinr. all tate pro r a. Dr. Arthur Bord n Jr. ub itt d th proposal on behalf of the Summer usic Festiv 1 which he dir c s. or

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NEW COLLEGE Pa e 3. LIBRARY F.XPANSIO TO S1rART Hoped-for growth of the New College library, in terms of space, begins July 24 wh n a student crew starts as"em ling n w shelvin which will b i stnll d i th room in College JTall which once w a the main dininR room for the Ch rles r Rinolin f mily and for t e 1 ast three years h s served as a temporary colleg room. ough n shelves will b erected to permit 11 of the present 37,000 vol e of the 11 rary to be put out nnd I.ibr ri n Dr. Corinn q. Wil on can re the ily again. lcr second floor spac h d lon ago run out and cu r nt ord r figure to brin in anoth r 900 books alone bef.or. fnll. Th fo r patio of Coll c H 11, now to crcntc a ep cious room, also will b this will hou 11 f t (' conv rted immcdi t ly to a r room and rio icals nn< b c p riodicn files. Up to now, this on h s een stored away in n closet catt rea around the bui din rots placen, stly in Both of the moveu, plus th r .locatic-n of the circulAtion desk to a first floor po :i.t:ion, will gnal the long-aw it d t.'lkeover qf the building by the libr ry, and in th fall vhen the r mod 1 n of the former Sanford ho e is ven ore spac will beccme vailabl 30-


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