Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 17, 1969 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

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City Seeking Applicants II. Three Positions The city has started advertising for applicants for three lop positions on the city administrative staff, City Manager B. H. Cruce reported Thursday. The positions are public works director, finance director and city clerk. ever, he hoped to have the cit I'icrk and finance director posts filled by Nov. 16, when Buss leaves. Cruce added lie had discussed the accounting requirements of the finance department with Joseph Brough, city auditor, and u^ -icii\. . , ocpu uiuugij, uuy ciuuiior, ana The public works director's! 1 ' 131 Br °ug» feels there should ncf hac hnai ainnl.. L.lnnn n^~.. be no Droblnill in f'finliniiina with post has been empty since Mervil Miller resigned tome months ago. Barton Buss, who presently is both city clerk and finance director, has resigned these positions, . effective Nov. 16. Cruce said he had discussed! be no problem in continuing with the accounting and closing of the books at the end of the year if a new finance director is net obtained until Jan. 1. Brough believes the accounting and closing could be accom- lic relations material for the posts council and city boards and com" missions and .other publicity material relating to city opera- lions. The salaries to be paid for all Ihe three positions are open to negotiations. Applicants should send resumes and other information to the personnel office of the city at the City Complex. Appointments for interviews, will be arranged after the written resumes have been reviewed. Greeley'Student) Receives Scholarship Book Award RECEIVES AWARD -- John Dietz (left), assistant professor of geography at Colorado State College, -presents a check to Jon Mikesell, recipient .of a book award from the Lee West Scholarship · Fund. (CSC photo by Bob Waters) Jon Mikesell, a sehlor geography major from Greeley, has received a book award from the Lee West Scholarship Fund at Colorado State College. . Mikesell and his wife Judy have two children and he Is working as a custodian at Greeley. Central .High School to finance his way through college. "I am confident that geography will help me to be a beller teacher because of the added perspective I am gaining from it," Mikesell said. "Geography will help me assist others in understanding the world." The scholarship fund was es- tablished ' In 1968 to honor of Lee R.'West. West retired last year as chairman of the geography department after serving 39 years on the CSC faculty. John Dietz, an assistant professor of geography, said that the fund is being administered by the CSC Foundation. Persons wishing to contribute may j do' sir through th« Foun'datloif^ Checks should bs made payable to the Lee West Scholarship Fund. .**,,*. Dental Insurance NEW YORK - Dental insur^ ancc, considered a pipedrear* ess than a decade ago, is becoming more available. Dental Mans now insure about 4 million people. LOWEST RATES IN TOWN! NO JOB TOO SMALL ~" FOP Your Carpentry Needs CALL D 4 D, 353-7230, day or night, 906 31st Ave., Apt. A. Shop open 7 days a woek. (David Dlscoe, Owner) with Mayor Dorothy Zabka and City Council's public works committee. . · "Although no definite commitments were made about separating the two positions, it was felt ·we should explore the possibility at this time," the city manager said. Cruce recalled that he had recommended separating the two jobs two years ago but that, because of budget problems, nothing had been done . about the matter, at that time. "'But since Bliss is leaving, if we are going to separate them, it might be timely to do it now before a new person is hired to take Buss' place." Since City Council must prove the persons appointed to both positions, Cruce said he would make no recommendations regarding these jobs until after the city election Nov. 14. The city manager said, how- consultant during the period, city manager reported. Cruce has suggested thai if a cily clerk is hired and also i finance diretcor, Ihe cit; clerk's duties might be enlargec by having the clerk prepare pub Midshipman Weekend Attended by Parents Midshipman Brian F. Provan cha, grandson of Mrs. .Maude A. Provancha, 513 23rd St., re cently marked the end of Plebe Summer by attending the U.S Naval Academy's Parents' Open House Weekend at Annapolis Md. Attending the annual even 1 ap- with him were his father am mother, Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs Rarl D. Provancha, and two sisters, Lee and Erin. Midshipman Provancha is ^raduate of Thomas. Jefferson High School, Fairfax, Va. MEET GIL HAUSE Candidate for City Council . Qualified . Informed . 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