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Uganda / United States Death / Peace Corps #22522

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 21, 1972
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(Studio) Death of former Peace Corps member in Uganda, reminds United States that Peace Corps is still active.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Eldoret, Kenya) Peace Corps begun 10 years ago, chiefly appealing to youth as workers. Then youth enthusiasm waned. In Eldoret, middle-aged Bill Braun trains Kenya youth in auto mechanics. [BRAUN - explains procedure for auto repair to trainees.] Interview continues at Braun home. [BRAUN - explains why he joined Peace Corps; what is has meant to him and wife.] Paradox of finding oneself by serving others noted. Change in Peace Corps, from youth-slanted to older persons, noted.
REPORTER: George Watson

Smith, Howard K.;
Watson, George

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