P A U L S M I T H ’ S C O L L E G E PAUL SMITHS, NEW YORK COL. RUST IS N EW TRUSTEE Colonel Gordon A. Rust, a Pub lic Relations Consultant with the firm of Clinton E. Frank, Inc., New York City, was elected to the Board of Trustees of Paul Smith’s College in July, 1968. He is the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Rust of Malone. Mr. Rust participates in the co ordination of public relation activi ties and programs. His experience includes the creation and develop ment of public relations programs in the field of aviation, education, entertainment and travel. Mr. Rust was graduated from Amherst College, received a Mas ters degree from Columbia Univer sity and did further graduate work at the University of Illinois. Fol lowing this education he taught for several years at several schools, in cluding the University of Illinois and Union College. During the World War II Mr. Rust became Colonel Rust and Chief of Staff of the India China Division, Air Transport Command. He was awarded the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star and For eign Decorations. He is an honor ary member of the Royal Siamese and Nationalist Chinese Air Forc es. (Continued on Page 3, Col. 1) Healey Elected To Forestry Office Terry Healey, ’63, Forester, New York Conservation Department, Ray Brook, N.Y. was elected Sec- retary-Treasurer of the Adiron dack Chapter, New York Section, Society of American Foresters at their spring meeting at Glens Falls on April 3, 1969. Other Alumni attending were: John Kramer, ’62, and Lee Pen- nock, ’62, Foresters, New York State Conservation Dept., Canton, N.Y. Gary Nelson, ’63, Forester, (Continued on Page 3, Col. 1) Elbert Bellows Is Elected To Board About Alumni Elbert G. Bellows of Haworth, New Jersey, is a member of the Paul Smith’s College Board of Trustees as of July, 1968. Mr. Bel lows is Vice-President and Treas urer of De Laval Separator Com pany; Secretary-Treasurer of De Laval Development Corporation; Secretary - Treasurer of G. & H. Products, Incorporated of Keno sha, Wisconsin. He is also director of all four companies. Mr. Bellows graduated from Saranac Lake High School, receiv ed the B.A. degree from St. Law rence University, the L.L.B. de gree from Brooklyn Law School, L.L.M. degree in Taxation from New York University. He taught at Pace College and was a Lieu tenant in the United States Navy in World War II. He received a personal citation from Secretary of Navy Forrestal, Certificate of Merit from the National Security Industrial Association and an Al umni Citation from St. Lawrence University. (Continued on Page 4, Col. 3) Professor Gould Hoyt starts another successful year in Forestry. ALUM NI WEEKEND- Mark down these dates — May 30, 31, and June 1. Yes! It’s time again for the Annual Alumni Meet ing. Here is a preview of the events planned for the weekend. Friday Evening — 9:00 P.M. Second Annual “ Reception Under the Stars” Saturday Morning — 8:30 A.M. Registration of returning Al umni and Campus Open House 11:00 A.M. Annual Meeting at Alumni Office 12:00 Noon Second Annual “ Cookout on the Point” — Main Campus — beach party dress. Saturday 3:00 P.M. Third Annual Cocktail Cruise — lJ/ 2 -hour cruise up Lake Flower and the Saranac River. (Continued on Page 3, Col. 1) Mrs. Stanley Countryman writes that son, David S. Countryman, ’68, is Pfc. Countryman and is serving in Viet Nam. He worked for the State Conservation Dept, until inducted into the army in September. His address: Pfc. Dav id Countryman, U.S. 51625670, Co. A, 3/21, 196th Bde., American Di vision, APO San Francisco, Calif. 96256. She says he would apprec iate a letter from his former class mates. She also writes that Gary Parker, ’68, is in basic training at Fort Dix, N.J. William P. Yolton, ’53, has re ceived a promotion with the U.S. Dept, of Agriculture and has been transferred from Syracuse to Uti ca, N.Y. His new address is: Wil liam P. Yolton, 224 West Hickory Street, Canastota, N.Y. 13032.