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ASPAU 5 - WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12, African Will Reside With...
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12, African Will Reside With Jaehnigs In connection with the African African Homestay Program, under the auspices of the Experiment in International Living, Emmanuel Emmanuel Oladunjoye Anise, of Igete-Ekiti, Western Nigeria, in West Africa will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jaehnig of 333 West 17th St. for approximately one month, prior to beginning his studies at Albion College. Anise, who will spend a week m Putney, Vt., where he will undergo his American orientation orientation period, will arrive in Hoi-1 land on Saturday. He will under the African Scholarship! Program of American Universities Universities (ASPAU). which is a university-directed program which enables qualified young Africans to come to the United States for a four-year period to study in some of the U.S. colleges and universities. The purpose of the African Emmanuel Oladunjoye Anise Student Homestay Program is aid the students in their adjustment adjustment to the American way of life. Emmanuel had his primary and secondary education in Baptist schools under the supervision supervision of American Baptist missionaries. He began his schooling schooling at the age of 10 and spent five years in elementary school which usually requires eight years. He won a scholarship high school where he spent six years, and won another scholarship scholarship to study for the "higher school certificate" for another two years. He has participated in various activities as well as debates, historical and geographical excursions, excursions, and in music and choral singing. He plans to study psychology, philosophy and logic. Last year, Fazh M. Datoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika, spent his homestay period with the Jaehnig family, and visited with them during the Christmas Christmas season and for a few in June, prior to attending summer school at Bay View, Robert Jaehnig II, spent two months in Nigeria as Holland Community Ambassador from Holland, under the Experiment in International Living program. At present he is a graduate student at Syracuse University, is also employed in the editorial offices of the Syracuse Herald- Journal,

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 12 Aug 1964, Wed,
  3. Page 26

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