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News Release (May 11, 1967)


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News Release (May 11, 1967)
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Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, May 11, 1967
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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May 11, 1967


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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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I SPECIAL TO THE ERALD TRIBUNE FOR USE I THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1967 HISTORT BEING STUDIED Mrs. Jero e Himelhoch, wife of the profea or of sociology at Nev College, i studying the history of New Coll ge as the basi for a at r'a thesis she 1a WTiting t.mder the direction of Dr. S u 1 Proctor of tb University of Florida. College official8 b ve b en nxiou to have such a work done to preserve the details of the founding and early years of the college. La t y ar Mr Cb rle archive to preserve document d t s. Jr., set up the college for future hiRtorian This vork now is bein carried on under the direction of a tudent arch!vi t, Eeth Schauerhamer of Minneapolis, Unn ot Mr Hi lhoch now is grounding herself thoroughly in the bletor.y of the coller.e through readiu the volumes of n w pap r clipping preserved by the rublic Rel tions office of the colleR Later abe said she would go out into the community to interview those instrumental in the founding of the college and to seek out correspondence and other docu.enta in private files to aid in her study. Mrs. ha a master's de ree in psychology from Teachers College au Columbia and her new work is in the field of A.erican Hiatory. 110re


Nl. COLLEGE Page 2. BOMBER CREW REUNfON 25 y are ap,o youn Air Force-trained pilot, not y t 20, wa assigned o ei man tea to train s combat crew in the then giant B-17 Flyin Fortress bo ber. The worked together for 10 weeks at Avon ar lorida then flew their own plane accos stormy tl nt co plet d tour of 35 ombing iat-Jion in the European he t r. d cora ted cr w r turn d to the u.s. in April, 1945, and t eir pilot r in nrl nd nt ba e oper tion officer. That pilot, nCY. h i flyin thi we nd to t. Oth r c in present. Harrn, in recent ye rs, of Louis Coll w Charle Harr for the fir. t r union of his D tzoit, nd T xico City to be don no t o his flyin a and crew. pas enr, r in co rc al planes. ow he h a tu ed to th wat r, owning hi own c bin crui er and fr quently ail n ocean racing s ilboats. more -s crew ember n th


NEW COLI,EGE P ge 3. STUDENTS CONSTOE ORIENTATION N w Colleg upperclas orientation k for stud nt students are urging that the traditional be enlarged to beco n all-colla e conference v ek for the entire campu A pecial co ittee, h ded by third year student Sarah D n of Hinsdale, Illinois, h s Ur@ed that an entire el b set add for discu sion on both acade ic and non-ac d ic prob confronting the community. So e suggested topics include student overn nt, r 11gion1 educational experiments. ac de ic requireant nnd o r tter of concern to students nd faculty. r c dent for th n type o d y was s t sid progr It w coincide with th ori ntation week w set in J nuary hen an entire for an all-cam us conference on the colle 's scad mic o ucc aful th t nether was t ntatively set to or entation w in the f 11. t which non-cad ic matters would b di cussed. now s e that a week-lon conference p riod would be valuable to the college conmnmity. more


Page 4 CULTY, TRUSTE APPEAR ON TV TV6 members of the New College faculty d of the board of truste will be seen on a Sunday televi ion program this week di cu ing the relationahip of usic to the acad ic progr and talking about the upcoming Su r usic Festival, June 11 to July 2. Appe rin on t e "Per pective'' rograo, which i shovn over Chann 1 8, r LA-T' t 10:30 a R und y will b nr. Ar h r Borden Tr., Chairman o th Divi io of Humaniti o, P ul ol e, profe o music, and David a tru te They will p nr on the pro r m i artin I. J. Griffin nd hich ch e featur f culty or student from colle er. and un v r itie in th Ta B are 30 -

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