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Lions Dignitary To Speak At Potsdam Club's Fete Raul Buxeda of Santurce, Puerto Rico, director of Lions International, will be the guest speaker at the Potsdam Lions Club's 35th Charter Anniversary, Malcolm J. Beaton Jr., of Ogdensburg, Lions District Governor has announced. Other clubs in Vermont, Quebec, Ontarion and New York have received invitations to the celebration. Dinner will be served in Knowles Hall, the State University College at Pot- Sdam, at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23. Tickets for the roast beef and wine (no bar) dinner will be $5.50 including gratuity if pur- chased by Oct. 20. At the door the price will be $7. The Potsdam club asks that Lions sending for reservations accompanied by their check, please list the names of the persons to b e using the ticket's so that place cards may be made out for seating. Send for reservations to Fred Olds, 17 Cottage St., Potsdam, N.Y. 13676. Buxeda was elected director of Lions International at the association's 54th Annual Convention at Las Vegas, Nev., in June of this year. He will serve for two years on the International Board of Directors, the association's principal decision-making body, devoting con- siderable time to the business affairs of Lions International. ' Director Buxeda has been a member of the San Juna Lions Club since 1955. He is the recipient of the Melvin Jones Award, the Ambassador of Good Will Award and five Presidential Awards. In 1967, he was chairman of the Credentials Committee at the International Con- RAUL BUXEDA Lions International Director vention. A successful businessman, Buxeda has a construction, land development and real estate office. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Puerto Rico's' World University. He has served with the Red Cross as a member of the Executive Council and is first vice president of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce. Director Buxeda and his wife, Lady Boix, have two sons. To Narrate Own Film Dr. John Douglas Bulger, wildlife photographer and writer and 1946 graduate of State University College at Potsdam, will visit Potsdam Nov. 11 personally to narrate his film \Scan- dinavian Saga\ for the benefit of the college's Alumni Scholarship Fund. The color film is the product of four months of full-time filming while Dr. Bulger traveled 15,000 miles by car, train, ferry, coastal steamer, canal boat, bicycle and horse and 25,000 miles by airplnae, covering Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway. Many Potsdam area residents will recall the pleasure they derived from viewing Dr. Bulger's film, \Sweden Mountains to the Sea,\ last year. The Potsdam alumnus has pledged to the State University College Alumni Association that he would present one of his films here each year and donate the proceeds to the association's scholar- ship fund. Further information about the film which will be shown at 8 p.m. Nov. 11 in Snell Hall at Clarkson College, may be obtained by contacting the alumni office State University College (268-2939). OFA Hosts American College Test Program THE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13,1971 PAGE 7 GAIN IN STUDENTS PORTALES, N.M..CAP) - The fall enrollment of 4,298 students at Eastern New Mexico Uliiversity J s Portales campus is the largest in the school's 27- year history, says Registrar Dr. Alfred Woodard. Students at O.F.A. who are planning to attend college will have five op- portunities to take the ACT Test Battery during the 1971>72 academic year. The first of five national testing dates on which the national assessment examination will be offered is Saturday morning, Oct. 16-, Students planning to take the five-part ACT battery on that\ date must have registered no later than Sept. 27, it was announced today by Mr. Robert Boyer, Senior Counselor. James Mortan, P.P.S. announced the complete national ACT schedule for the 1971-72 academic year. The schedule is (with corresponding registration periods in. parenthesis): Oct. 16, 1971 (August 23-Sept. 27); Dec. 11, 1971 (Oct. 4 - Nov. 15); Feb. 26, 1972 (Nov. 29 - Jan 31); April 22, 1972 (Feb. 14 - March 27); July 15, 1972 April 10-June 19). For the fourth consecutive year, the cost of taking the ACT examination- questionnaire is $6, despite increased services that are now provided this year for the college-tjound students and their high schools. • Last year approximately one million persons in the U.S. and overseas took the fiverpart battery, which is required or recommended for applicants at more than 1,900 colleges, universities, two- year colleges,' scholarship agencies, and athletic conferences. '' The ACT battery, which takes about 3V2 hours to complete, includes a series of four tests designed to measure general ability to perform kinds of in- tellectual tasks typically required of college students. Another part of the examination consists of questions about the students' academic and nonacademic background, immediate plans for college, and career aspirations. Resulting score reports are of valuable assistance to students in the complex and important tasks of pre- college planning. For this reason, it is recommended students take the ACT battery in their junior year or early in the senior year of high school. SINGING IN A CAVE STANTON, Mo. (AP) — A country- western singing festival will be held at Meramac Caverns here Nov. 12. Some 3,500 people are expected to join in community singing. \They can sing as lolld as they wish,'' says cave director Lester B. Dill. \No neighbors will complain.\ What' Cooking AT THE D. Q. Junior Miss Scholarship Becomes A Memorial Fund The Massena Jaycees, sponsors of the Seaway Valley Junior Miss Pageant, have announced that the Junior Miss. Scholarship Fund will be perpetually named. The William G. Cornell Memorial scholarship Fund, in honor of the late chairman of the English Department at Massena Central High School. In announcing the memorial scholarship fund, President John Feeley of the JCs said: \Since the establish- ment of the Seaway Valley Junior Miss Pageant, 10 years ago, Cornell became an integral part of our presentation, it was under Cornell's professional direction that the Pageant has matured to the highest degree a local pageant, could .hope to achieve.' _ \Eacftyear : W62^Cor-nell would spend untold hours with the Junior Miss Committee, the Massena Central Stage Crew and the contestants working toward the attainment of a professional production. He certainly accomplished that, and much more. Cornell would work endlessly with the contestants on their poise and appearance, their talent and their vocal projection.\ Feeley concluded by saying: \Each of us who have worked with Cornell, through the years, will indeed miss his presence. However, Cornell has left with us a legacy...which will forever be felt during future Seaway Valley Junior Miss Pageant's...a legacy of perfection and professionalism. It is indeed an honor, for us, to name the scholarship fund in the memory of William G. CbrneJI.\ * ;,. t A Grocery Shopping List For You! tTAPUS ioBof Coocotati \liUm M$ CihuT CKH C«Ho» ttfilt CoKoo-JwiOBt Cortlm OH Ctmrtir^ haronM Milt' Hawri m fatratt Hoo^AU >»n>oio FlMr-Ctt* Mui ttfptt Solid PrMlfin . Miywwift*' Hwrttnl«| Spiew VoartobT* Jiilcti •AKIRY BEFAKTMiHT fold C.k . Cookies. «olU. 1«M FXOZEN FOODS Fruit Jalcti Cakit, J*Mh Rill Llvar Lunchmoot Fork s«um» Turkty DAIRY PRODUCT! 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