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TUSKEGEE ~ (ANP - Pret.2- ;
dent Luther H Foster and Mrs.
Foster h*v? just returned from a
trip to Indonesia where Tuskegee
Institute for the past three years ,
has had a staff of 15 persons work- ,
in? in co-operation with the ICA ,
and the Indonesian Government in
in effort to train vocational and <
technical teachers for schools here.
In s statement to teachers at Ihp «
close of summer school hr discuss- ,
ed his trip. He said the staff was !
perfectly safe, that what fighting
occurred there was a "brother
ly basis” with few casualties.
Prertdent Foster dismissed Coni- ’
munism saying political conflicts i
and Ci r>] war in Indonesia crew leas
cut of Communist influences than !
our d hly papers would lead us to
F said Indonesia was a com-
Ins: country with wonderful »»
furs! resources, but (hat the
«'hole educational system m*s
lacking in efficiency, comprr
hensireness and drive of the
type which characterized A •
meric* Its leaders recognise the
need for Increasing industrial
efficiency Foster said
But, b? added, this is not easy
because the tradition of working :
*' ith the hinds is looked down up- 1
on Peopie look-up to white collar I
tr-b.- end working for th* govern- •
The Tuskegee group is doing $
great deal to develop apreelatoin ]
for skills, he commented.
Mrs Foster spent her time on j
the tnp looking into her fields of :
special interest health, children’s
and social welfare programs.
Going, the Fosters stopped in Ma
nia. Hong Kong. Singapore and In
dia Returning they sloped in West
Africa, Ghana. Nigeria and Liberia I
la th c latter country, Dr Foster re. !
ce-b ed an honorary doctorate from j
the University of Liberia and a
decoration the order of “Star of
Africa ' by President. Tubman
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