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Page 4 May 3, 2012 Legal Notice NOTICE OF LAPSE OF MINERAL INTEREST TO: Norma J Barton. James W. Williams. and Janice Williams The undersigned. Tescher Properties LLC. hereby gives notice of the lapse of mineral interest pur- suant to Chapter 38-18.1 of the North Dakota Century Code and does here- by further gives notice that it intends to succeed to the ownership of the entire mineral interest in and under the following tract of land, said owner- ship having lapsed by abandonment and non-use for a period of 20 years. 1 .The description of land on which the minerals are located is: All that portion of Section Twenty- Three (23), Townshi p One Hundred Forty (140) North, Rang One Hundred three (t03) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian in Golden Valley County, North Dakota. lying north of the north boundary of Highway 10 right-of-way; subject to all existing easements and rights-of-way. 2.The names of the record owners of the lapsed mineral interests under some or all of the above described 0roperty are: Norma J. Barton, James W. Williams, and Janice Williams 3. The name of the company giv- ing notice of lapse of mineral interest is: Tescher Properties, LLC, whose mailing address is PO Box 228 Medora. North Dakota 58645. 4. Tescher Properties. LLC is the record owner of the surface estate of the above described premises and as such by giving this notice intends to succeed to the ownership of the above-described lapsed mineral inter- est. Dated this 11th day of April, 2012. TESCHER PROPERTIES, LLC Ted J. Tescher. Managing Member STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA) : SS, COUNTY OF STARK ) On this 11th day of April, 2012, before me, a Notary Public in and for said County and State, personally appeared Ted J. Tescher, as Managing Member of Tescher Properties. LLC. to me known to be the person who is described in and that executed the foregoing instru- ment, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same. Sandra Baertsch Notary Public State of North Dakota My Commission Expires Dec. 26, 2013 Attorney for Surface Owner: Charles J. Peterson, Attorney #Q4009 Mackoff, Kellogg Law Firm 38 Second Avenue East Dickinson ND 58601 1-701-456-3210 (April 19, 26 and May 3) Hearing Notice PUBLIC HEARING The Beach City Council will hold a " public hearing on May 21, 2012 at 7:30 pm at City Hall to consider re- zoning the following properties: Woodhull's Second Addition, Block 2, Lots 7-8 from Residential 1 to Public Use Woodhull's Second Addition West half of Block 7 from Public Use to Residential 1 Near's Second Addition, Block D from Agriculture to Residential 2 Near's Second Addition Block AA from Agriculture to Industrial Near's Second Addition Block C from Agriculture to Industrial Near's Second Addition Block V from Agriculture to Industrial Near's Second Addition Block U from Agriculture to Industrial Near's Second Addition, Block B from Agriculture to Industrial Near's Second Addition Block H from Agriculture to Industrial Written comments may be submit- ted to City Hall PO Box 278 Beach, ND 58621 or cityof- beach@ midstate.net Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (April 19 and May 3) Notice to Creditors Probate No. 17-2012-PR-00012 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret Allen. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Gene Allen. personal representative of the estate, at P.O. Box 998, Minot, ND 85702-0998. or filed with the Court. Dated this 9th day of April, 2012. /s/Gene Allen Personal Representative Gene W. Allen (ID #06887) McGEE, HANKLA, BACKES & DOBROVOLNY. P.C. Wells Fargo Bank Center P.O. Box 998 Minot. ND 58702-0998 Attorneys for Personal Representative (701) 852-2544 (April 26, May 3 and 10) Beach Cibr Hall, 153 Main Stre00.=t Please tom us for a town hall meeting with the ( andidates for Beach City Council and Park Board. Bring your questions. Discuss the future of our city and the Issues fac- ing local government. Hear the candidates in their own words. Then om us and your fellow citizens for refreshments in a meet-the-candidates social hour. Notice Notice is hereby given that the Golden Valley County Fair Association will receive sealed bids at the Golden Valley County Extension Office, PO Box 68 Beach, ND 58621, on or before 12:00pro on Monday May 14th, 2011 for the below described renovations to the exhibit building on the Golden Valley County Fairgrounds with project to be com- pleted by June 15th ,2011. 1. All bidders need to be licensed in the state of ND. 2. AI bidders need to carry Workmen's Comp in ND. 3. The Following Steps are instructed in order for the following project. 60x100x12 Steel Frame Building A. Contractor will need to install new windows & doors in existing areas. Also they will need to fix and/or replace the foam closures, and the screws on the roof & sidewalls. B. Contractor will need to install 3" Closed Cell Foam on the ceiling & sidewalls. Contractor will need to remove the foil insulation from the ceiling first before installing the foam insulation. C. Contractor will need to stud out a 12x12 entry way on the north- east corner, a 8x16 furnace/utility room on the west wall, a 16x44 stor- age room on the west wall, and to stud out the perimeter walls of the remainder of the building. The studwork will need to be adhered to the beams, as we would like to keep the walls flush. The three rooms will need to be framed for doorway open- ings. D. Other E. Electrician, please contact the Extension office for electrical specifi- cations before bidding by calling 701- 872-4332. E Heating & Cooling G. Contractor to Install 5/8 Sheet Rock around perimeter of building 12' up. Bottom row to be FRP glued to Sheet Rock. Second row to be Slot Wall adhered to Sheet Rock. Third row to be just Sheet Rock. The bottom two layers need to have one layer of joint compound. The top layer to have three layers. Also frame around the overhead door for comple- tion. H. Contractor to install a white firecode paint on the closed cell foam on the ceiling & beams. I. Contractor to install a firecode ceiling tile and grid below the beams on the ceiling. J. Other Bids should be for each portion of the project, separately sealed and labeled according to their correspon- ding letter above. The board reserves the right to accept and reject any and all bids, and to hold bids under con- sideration for a period of not exceed- ing 30 days from said date of open- ing. The contractor will be notified of his/her award within 21 days, no later, after opening. The Golden Valley County Fair Association By: Corey Erickson, Chairman (April 26, May 3 and 10) Meeting Notice ZONING MEETING The regular meeting of the Billings County Planning & Zoning Commission will De held on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 1:00 pm in the Commissioner's Room at the county courthouse, Medora, ND. Applications for Review: Shawn Gawryluk: Application for temporary crew housing for 2 skid shack units in the NWl/SWl/4 28- 139-100. Lance Thomas: Application to rezone 2 acres in the SW1/4SW1/4 36-141-99 from Agricultural to Residential for the placement of a manufactured home. Variance requested for 5 acre minimum rural lot size. Property is currently owned by David & Patricia Kubas. Byron Richard (1): Rezone 5 acres in the S1/2NW1/4 9-139-100 (Fryburg) from Agricultural to Residential for the placement of a manufactured home. Property is cur- rently owned by the Russel Logan Equity Pure Trust. Byron Richard (2): Rezone 5 acres in the $1/2NW1/4 9-139-100 (Fryburg) from Agricultural to Residential for the placement of a manufactured home. Property is cur- rently owned by the Russel Logan Equity Pure Trust. Billings County District #3: Application for a conditional use per- mit to mine scoria on 15 acres in the SWl/4 7-139-102. Variance request- ed to reduce the setback requirement from 300' to 75' on the west boundary of the SW1/4. Property is owned by Dave & Donna Adams and is zoned Agricultural. Zerria, LLC: Rezone approximate- ly 111.51 acres in the S1/2 35-141-99 from Agricultural with Residential spot zoning to Commercial for entire acreage. Property is currently owned by Sherry Solberg. Jodi Safford: Conditional use per- mit for the placement of a manufac- tured home on an existing farm site at 12525 23 rd ST SW in the SE1/4SE1/4 30-142-98. John Romanyshyn: Rezone 5.5 acres in the NWl/4SWl/4 12-141-98 from Agricultural to Residential for the construction of a home. Property is owned by Myron & Sandra Romanyshyn. Aaron O'Brien: Rezone Lots 15, 16, & 17, Block 4, Fryburg 9-139-100 from Agricultural to Residential. Old Business at time of publica- tion: Myron Yourk of Yourk and Kenner Enterprises, LLC: Construction of an 80 unit hotel leased to Westwood Enterprises on a 2.8 acre tract in the NWl/4NWl/4 14-142-99 (Fairfield). Property is zoned Commercial. Rick Duval, of ADB Development, LLC: Amended Application for the Development of a Subdivision for a 40 acre tract (E1/2E1/2NW1/4 sec 22-141-99). Request to rezone all acreage from Agricultural to Residential for approximately thirty (30) one acre lots. Also requested s a Variance to reduce the front yard setback for the proposed residential lots from 75' to 50'. Property is cur- rently owned by William & Edna Engen. Dated at Medora, this 19 th day of April, 2012 by order of the Billings County Commission. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor,q'reasurer/Secretary (April 26 and May 3) Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that the following persons, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns, may be entitled to property (not real estate) which has been presumed abandoned under the Unclaimed Property Act (NDCC Chapter 47-30.1 ). The Act requires all businesses to file annual reports of unclaimed property. These names are from the most current annual reports. Previously reported properties which have not been claimed can be viewed at www.land,nd.qov. * = Medora Fitterer Sales Inc C/O Fitterer Sales Inc 120 Brown Ave * Idris Jamal PO Box 577 * Koester Douglas PO Box 164 National Park Servic 315 2nd Av Bx7* Odermann Jonathan 2399 River Rd * Romanyshyn Rainald Box 40 Fairfield Syamsi Adnil PO Box 402 * Tescher D Lorraine Box 245 * For information concerning this property, or for ADA auxiliary aids, contact the Unclaimed Property Administrator via e-mail on the Internet at www.land.nd.gov, or at 1707 N 9th St, PO Box 5523, Bismarck ND 58506-5523. (701-328- 28OO). (2/23/2012) Lance D. Gaebe Land Commissioner (May 3) Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that the following persons, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns, may be entitled to property (not real estate) which has been presumed abandoned under the Unclaimed Property Act (NDCC Chapter 47-30.1). The Act requires all businesses to file annual reports of unclaimed property. These names are from the most current annual reports. Previously reported properties which have not been claimed can be viewed at www.land.nd.gov. Gorrell Joann 351 Highway 16 Beach Le Dang Duy Anh Hn Beach Metcalf Estate Hilda 260 5th St Beach Nistler Randy PO Box 401 Beach Oech Tim 4590 167th Ave SW Beach Overbo Aaron PO Box 936 Beach Overbo Crystal PO Box 936 Beach Scherman David A 15981 52nd St SW Sentinel. Butte Scherman Katrinka A 15981 52nd St SW Sentinel Butte Ueckert Viola 12 1st St SE Beach Western Coop PO Box 936 Beach Wirtzfeld Carmella 260 5th St Beach Wirtzfeld Carmella 999 3rd Av Beach For information concerning this property, or for ADA auxiliary aids, contact the Unclaimed Property Administrator wa e-mail on the lntemet at www.land.nd.gov, or at 1707 N 9th St, PO Box 5523, Bismarck ND 58506-5523. (701-328- 2800). (2/23/2012) Lance D. Gaebe Land Commissioner (May 3) Belfield Public School REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 APRIL 12, 2012 ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Subject to board approval The meeting was called to order by board president Ed Procive at 7:00 p.m Present: Tony Krebs, Ed Procive, Annette Steffan. Supt. Remington and Bus. Mgr. Berger, Elem Prin. Lorge, HS Prin. Lamprecht. Also present was Billings County School Rep. Baranko M/S Steffan/Krebs to approve the minutes of the March 8, 2012, school board demographic meeting. Motion carried unanim!)usly. M/S Krebs/Steffan to approve the minutes of the March 8, 2012 regular school board meeting. Motion carried unanimously M/S Krebs/Steffan to approve the agenda with one addition. Motion carried unanimously. HS Prin. Lamprecht listed student activities. He noted that he along with Elem. Prin. Lorge attended the Program Improvement workshop. He also noted a self-defense program will be presented this spring. Elem. Prin. Lorge listed student activities. Bus. Mgr. Berger gave the board financial reports for March 2012. The following were approved for payment: 27329,DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION, 128.13 27330.SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES, 86.56 27331 .SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES, 89.76 27332,SMOLNIKAR, CAROLE,275.70 27333,WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES, 2785.48 27334,HUTzENBILER KENNETH, 4368.00 27335,SCHUMAcHER, TAMMY, 3560.77 27395,CENTURY LINK, 59.88 27396,CENTURY LINK, 256.47 27397,DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, 24.96 27398,CAPITAL ONE. 10.45 27399,WAL-MART STORE #1567, 17.41 27401 ,ACT,5.5 27402,ACTIVITY FUND BHS 97.58 27403.ALTERNATIVE SANITATION, 265.00 27404.AT & T, 291.27 27405,BAER, MARY, 369.12 27406,BELFIELD PLUMBING & HTG., 666.10 27407,BERGLUND, TABITHA, 6.24 27408,BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. 287.10 27409.BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC., 93.90 27410,BOSCH LUMBER CO, 119.40 274tl,BW SEVEN SEAS INN, 99.00 27412,CASS CLAY CREAMERY, INC, t200.36 27413,CITY OF BELFIELD, 349.50 27414,CREATIVE ENERGY, 188.05 27415, DAN'S SUPERMARKET, 224.71 27416,DICKINSON NEWSPAPERS INC., 28.00 27417,DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION, 105.50 27418.DORVAL, PAULETTE, 40.80 27419,DUKAR-[ SHELLY, 14.65 27420,ECOLAB, 562.39 27421 .EDUCATION STANDARDS AND PRACTICES BOARD, 125.00 27422,EDUTECH, A DIVISION OF ITD, 20.00 27423.ESP COMPUTERS & SOFTWARE, 2351.50 27424,FOLLETT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, 225.08 27425,GEIGER, ALAN, 121.32 27426.GLOBAL CONNECT, 428.00 27427,HOLIDATE INN MINOT. 69.30 27428,INTERSTATE BRANDS,259.36 27429,JACOBSEN MUSIC, 16.00 27430.JP STEEL& SUPPLY, 80.80 27431 ,JW PEPPER & SON INC, 234.47 27432,LAMPRECHT, JEFFREY, 102.00 27433,MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL, 131 92 27434. MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 4221.26 27435,NEWBY'S ACE HARDWARE, 45.31 27436, NOODLETOOLS, 120.00 27437 PFENNING WILDLIFE MUSEUM, 79.00 27438 PITSCO EDUCATION, 72.80 27439 POSTMASTER. 45.00 27440,PRAXAIR, 899.12 27441, QUILL CORPORATION,681.84 27442, RELIABLE ONE, 548.01 27443,REMINGTON, DARREL, 367.20 27444,RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC ,58.06 27445,SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC. 348.48 27446,SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES, 229.97 27447,STAMP FULFILLMENT SERVICE. 549.90 27448,STATE TAX COMMISSIONER, 3777.00 27449.TEMPRIGHT SERVICE INC. 325.60 27450,TOM'S SERVICE STATION, 211.50 27451 .TRIARCO, 221.50 27452.US FOODSERVICE, INC. 3332.48 27453,VANDERESCH, IVAN. 500.00 27454,WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES, 2785.48 STUDENT ACTIVITY 6590,THEATER HOUSE, 173.05 6591 ,YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAISING, 5495.64 6592,SECOND WlNN EXERCISE EQUIP INC, 4300.00 6593,BLAKE, DON 375.00 6594.ND FCCLA, 1586.00 6595,ROD MOON FUNDRAISING. 89.00 6596,GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITI ES 999.00 6597,1FLURTZ, 59.42 6598,REGION X MUSIC, 125.00 6599,FREEDOM FLIGHT. 60.50 6601 ,ANDERSON'S, 91.30 6602,CHAMPIONSHIP PRODUCTION. 150.98 6603,DAIRY BARN, t82.15 6604.DORVAL. PAULETTE, 35.71 6605,FOUR SEASONS TROPHIES. 201.06 6606.GEIGER, ALAN, 9.39 6607,GERRELLS AND COMPANY, 1106.70 6608,HOLIDATE INN MINOT, 207.90 6609,HOSELTON, CATHERINE, 230.08 6610,INSTRUMENTALIST PRODUCTS CO, THE, 129.00 6611,JOSTENS, 801.90 6612,LOGO MAGIC, 50.00 6613,MUSICIAN'S FRIEND, 519.88 6614.NEW ENGLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL, 400.00 6615,PEPSI COLA BOTTLING, 144.92 6616,POOL, CRAIG, 15.98 6617,WORLD'D FINEST CHOCOLATE, 3931.39 Supt. Remington noted a sports coop meeting has been scheduled for April 25 at 5:00 pm at Belfield School. He reviewed summer projects including a bus barn, library renova- tion, new HS doors, football fence, and crowsnest and football storage building repairs. He noted a technol- ogy coordinator contract has been offered. He visited about lunch accounts, lunch prices, and open gyms on Wednesday. It was the con- sensus of the board not to allow open gym on Wednesday evenings. He reported the lunch program received a 100% on their inspection. Procive presented the director's report for RACTC. Krebs gave a report on the RESP meeting. M/S Steffan/Krebs to approve pay- ment of the bills. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Krebs/Steffan to approve the second reading and approval of Policy ACEA - Bullying. Motion car- ried unanimously. M/S Krebs/Steffan to approve no charge tuition agreements with Billings County School for the Snyder family. Motion carried unanimously. Supt. Remington presented a let- ter of resignation from Frances Johnson as she is retiring. M/S Krebs/Steffan to accept Frances Johnson's resignation Motion carried unanimously. The board expressed their appreciation for the years Mrs. Johnson served the school district. Administration salaries were dis- cussed. M/S Krebs/Steffan to offer Supt. Remington a $50,000 salary contract for the 2012-13 school year with everything else remaining the same. Motion carried unanimously. Mr. Remington accepted the offer. M/S Krebs/Steffan to offer Elem. Prin. Lorge a $57,750 salary contract for the 2012-13 school year with every- thing else remaining the same. Motion carried unanimously. Mrs. Lorge accepted the offer. M/S Krebs/Steffan to offer HS Prin. Lamprecht a $62,600 salary contract for the 20t2-13 school year with everything else remaining the same. Motion carried unanimously. Mr. Lamprecht accepted the offer. Supt. Remington presented a let- ter of resignation from Judy Kubischta as she is retiring. M/S Steffan/Krebs to approve Judy Kubischta's resigna- tion. Motion carried unanimously. The board expressed their apprecia- tion for the years Mrs. Kubischta served the school district. Supt. Remington presented a let- ter from Michelle Bechtold asking to be released from her 2012-13 con- tract. M/S Krebs/Steffan to release Michelle Bechtold from her 2012-13 contract. Motion carried unanimously. The board also expressed their appreciation for the years Mrs. Bechtold served the school district. Supt. Remington noted he had approved an open enrollment applica- tion from Billings County Schools The next meeting is scheduled for May 10, 2012, 7:00 pm. Meeting adjourned at p.m. Alice Berger, Business Manager Edward Procive, Board President (May 3) Notice to Creditors IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DARLENE P. LARDY, AKA DARLENE LARDY, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That . the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons-havincj claifns ..... , against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims wil be forever barred. Claims must either be present to Ivan P. Lardy, personal representative of the estate, at PO Box 76, Bowman, ND 58623, or filed with the Court. Dated this 25 day of April, 2012. /s/Ivan P. Lardy PO Box 76 Bowman, ND 58623 SADOWDKY AND WILD LAW OFFICE, P.C. P.O. BOX 260 BOWMAN, NORTH DAKOTA 58623 (701) 523-3112 Attorney for Personal Representative First publication on the 3rd day of May, 2012. (May 3, 10 and 17) Put Your Money . Where Your' House Zs/ in .:, our buss A' ttty yourbe vue  andour econ0my EXCESS BAGGAGE WEIGHING YOU DOWN? CAN D I DATES' F RU M