Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 5, 1976 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, March 5, 1976
Page 13
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Fri., March5.1976 GKEKLEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 13 Elizabeth (Betsy) Kearns to take over NEW TKU'STEK - Weid County Trustee L. Wayne Wells, left, discusses some of the detail of the office wilh his successor, Elizabeth (Betsy* Kearns. Mrs. Kearns, who assumes the post Monday, was appointed to a two-year lerm this week by Gov. Richard Lamm. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) JFJH, Heath students enter speech meet John Evans and Heath junior high schools will participate Saturday in the Colorado Drama and Speccli Association Slate Festival at Goddard Junior High School at Lillleton. The a n n u a l speech and drama festival will include more than 600 speakers from about 20 junior high school in northern Colorado. There are some 48 young speakers al John Evans expected to pralicipale and another dozen from Heath. Two events are scheduled -oral interpolation of literature and readers theater. Oral interpretation is an individual event in which each student reads a selection, either humorous or dramatic. Interpretation skills include vocal and facial expression, pjslure, and general ability lo make the selection "come alive" for listeners. Readers theater employs the same techniques, except a group is performing. Group unity and ability to create and transfer mental images are very important. Participants from Heath and John Kvans will be in both events. Performances will be evaluated by qualified crilics. Carpet Sale! CLOSED EVENINGS Until Further Notice OPEN 8:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Rumar Carpets Inc. 6065 W. 10th St. 353-5031 and certificates w i l l be awarded on (he basis of Ihe total number of poiiils given a speaker in i-ach round of speaking. A loUtl of 10 points -highest possible - earns an "out standing" certificate; nine points is "superior." and eight points is "excellent." Harticipating from John Evans will be Belli Bradley, Jenny Clark, K U K Kngcl, Kayleen Mackey, Tracy Hockencamp, Paula Robertson, Jcanie Hucker, Lorie Perkins. Connie Townsend, Terry Small, Bruce Weaver, Craig Snowdcn, Roger Mills, Geri Neiters. Also. Tcrri Rurbach, Kim Morton, Susan Tjardes, Maria Moreno, Barb Bennett, Theresa Holtz, Valerie Brown, Leslie Sue, Eric Overlurf. Dave Peck. Eric Varcnhorst, Kelly Culver, Anita Gauna. Ruth McKenna, Christian Mcrrcra. V i c k i Logan. Ncny Rocha. Also. «'.acy (;r"F», J«hn Pronty. Holly Scholfield, Susan Leiser, Julcen Hillman. Shclli Mardin. Justin Saar, Laura Johnson. Mark M.tgdaleno. Maria Hartwig. Kathy Haun, Ann Wheeler. Lisa Simonds. Marlene Terrazas. Michelle Xoyinpoulos, Robin Ruyle, and Konnie Machcy. Accompanying the students will be Mrs. Charnlocn Luker. speech instructor at John Evans, and 1,'NC student leacher Larry Avers. Participants from Heath include Dennis Lobmcycr. Izah Gallagher. Julie Powers. Carol Schlup. Bob Sclilup, Becky Thompson, Jerry Powers, Hobin Murray, Sheryi Yackey, Michelle Scott, Sheryi Cook. Clifford Frederick, Shawn Gallagher. Allison Irwin. Mike Keating, Carolyn Reid, and Thclma Moser. A c c o m p a n y i n g H e a t h students will be David Lemiesz speech inslructoral Heath, and Mrs. Liz Sage, language arts department chairman at Heath Weld trustee post to change hands Monday Time to Place Your Orders for BABY By KON TOLLEFSON Tribune Staff Writer Fust of Weld County public trustee changes hands Monday as Elizabeth (Betsy) Kearns of Groeley, appointed to a two- year term by Gov. Ilichard Lamm, succeeds L. Wayne Wells. Mrs. Kearns' office address will by W)9 Hth Avc., telephone ^50-2300. Although not a well-known position to the layman, the county trustee holds nearly all deeds of trust on homes and real properly now owned oulright - ihose on which payments are being made. Public trustee posts exist in Colorado's nine mosl populous counties, including Denver; in the remaining 54 counties the duties are carried out by the county treasurer's office. Wells pointed out Colorado is one of two stales with a public trustee system. Mrs. Kerns and Wells said duties of the office are almost wholly defined hy law, although custom is usually followed in some public notice and foreclosure sale actions of the office. Dulirs of (ho tw^i inrludf releasing deeds of trust on homes and real properly when payments are complele -- and proceeding with foreclosure sales at (lie demand of financing institutions if property holder payments are deliquent. (Jl special concern however in Weld County, Wells said, are water rights which run wilh the land - and that often arc more valuable lhaii (he land. By custom in Weld, Wells said, legal noliccs of any foreclosure sales are published in Friday's newspaper, with law requiring five consecutive weekly public notices. Again by custom, foreclosure sales, open lo competitive bidding, arc conduclcd -- after proper legal notice - at Tuesdays on the steps at the cast entrance to (he coumy court bouse. These usually occur once or twice a month, he J W l i l J . Wells said he started 14fi foreclosure actions during his two-year term, an average of six a month, although only aboul 75 went lo sale. Back payments were made up on the rest. Of these only aboul 10 sales involved competitive bidding, he said. In mosl, I he financing institution seeking the foreclosure is the sole bidder. Westminster College alumni set Denver meet rnlfirruin slmmii. p n r c n f « . and friends of Westminslcr College, New Wilmington, Pa., will hold a dinner meeting at 7:lf p.m. Wednesday at the Brown Palace, 17th and Tremont. Denver. Coordinators for the dinner are Lee Dale, a 19G5 graduate, ii:w ivih St., Denver (893-29(10), and James A. Bowser, a 195-1 alumnus, Box fiGG. Fort Collins {4 ( j:)-iMI9. Ileservations should be made by Friday. PROMOTION NEEDED BONN, West Germany (UPI) -- The Association of West German Hotel Industries has urged lhe government to pump more money into advertising designed to make this country a bigger attraction to tourists from industrialized western countries. The association said that as a result of the increase in value of the German mark, overnight stays of foreign tourists in 1974 dropped to 17.9 million from 10.1 million in the previous year. The association gave annual government appropria- I ions for tourist advertising abroad as.S5.7 million. F *V Wells said that rale of said, deed releases averaged being paid off. foreclosures started was about :jzo a month, about a Ihird more The office draws e -- "'" income to the trustee. Wells i o reci os u res sianim was uuuui ijzu a moniu, auum a iiuiu muiu me oini'i* uraw;i o small Ha id. averages u net of about double previous rates, due than a couple of years previous budget from the county SHOO a month. Amounts earned generally to weaker economic - due apparenlly, he said, to government, some Sfiwt Ihis annually in exi:ess of $10,000 conditions. homes and properly purchased year, generally for postage and must lw turned over to the As of late last year. Wells just after World War II finally required record books. Fee county government. White Rocks · New Hamp. Reds Barred Rocks · Cornish Rocks Calhorn Laying Cross Also POULTRY FEED, REMEDIES, AND EQUIPMENT FRANK'S Seed Hatchery 709 10th St. 352-1096 SCRAP METALS · Copper and Brass · Aluminum · Batteries i Scrap Iron, Steel Weighed on Certified Soles Andersen's Sales » Sdivgge 1-Mile East on Hh St., 5" 7797 Junk Cars Picked Up Modest Charge New district Scout leaders Members of the Weld District Scout Committee of the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts laugh as District Chairman Chuck Dickbon introduces them to a Boy Scout Handbook. From left. Hie new members are -Sandra Weber, cub chairman: Jim Short, relations chairman; Bill Hcndren, commissioner; Dickerson; Glen Horton, sustaining membership enrollment chairman; and district executive Guy Limpitlaw. Not in attendance were Paul Bronson, scout chairman; George Kvans, exploring committee; and Al Hulzme, manpower chairman. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) PAINT SALE SALE-MATES Saturday Sunday Only $3 to $5off. Cool combo. off. 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