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News Release (July 12, 1966)


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News Release (July 12, 1966)
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New College News Release, For Immediate Release
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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July 12, 1966


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NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A British Foreign Service Officer Hho is stationed in Nepal will present a talk and slide shmving Thursday at 7 p.m., in College Hall on the New College campus. The talk is open to the public Hithout charge. Lyndon Clough, currently on leave from his post as a member of the British Council in Nepal, visits the campus Thursday as a guest of President and Mrs. John Elmendorf. Clough's talk will be: "Nepal: Problems of a Developing Country." As a member of the British Council, the cultural wing of the British Foreign Service, Clough has been stationed in Katmandu the capital of the tiny country which is known as the jumping-off spot for the Mt. Everest expeditions, for its many shrines lavishly decorated with Nepalese art, and for its inaccessi-bility until relatively recent years. Nepal is a country of some 54,000 square miles and a little more than 9,000,000 inhabitants, located between Tibet and India. In recent years it has been assisted by financial aid from such countries as India, Australia, the United States, and Russia. Clough, educated at Cambridge University, has held posts with the British Foreign Service in India, Mexico, and Barbados. He was appointed a Connnander, Order of the British Empire, by Queen Elizabeth. -30-

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