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March 21, 2013 Golden Valley News Page 5 Summons StateS'of North Dakota, in District Court, County of Billings, Southwest Judicial District: Civil No. 042013CV3 Choctaw Energy Limited Partner- ship, and Mike O'Toole, Plaintiffs, VS. PNC Bank, N.A., Herr & Company, Pittsburgh National Bank, Trustee of the Nancy A. Mudge Residuary Trust Under Will of Leonard S. Mudge, dated November 11, 1960, Leo Vesen- mier, Jr., Trustee, and Esther Gerhardt Vesenmier, individually, as Trustee and as a Personal Representative of the Estate of Leo Vesenmier, Jr., and all persons unknown hav'ing or claim- ing any right, title, estate or interest in or lien or encumbrance upon the real property described in the Complaint, whether as heirs, devisees, legatees, or Personal Representative of the aforementioned parties or as holding any claim adverse to Plaintiffs owner- ship or any cloud upon Plaintiff's title thereto, Defendants. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to appear and defend against the complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you,-by serving upon the undersigned an answer or other proper response within twenty (20) days after the service of this sum- mons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, judg- ment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 7th day of March, 2013. Kubik, Bogner, Ridl, & Selinger, PLLP Attorneys for Plaintiffs 26 East Third Street P.O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58692-1173 (701) 225-9155 By: Jon Bogner, Attorney (ID#03468) Notice of No Personal Claim Notice is hereby given that this ac- tion has been brought for the purpose Of quieting title in the Plaintiffs in and to an interest in oil, gas, and all other minerals lying on, in or under or that may be produced from the following described real estate: Golden Valley, North Dakota Township 142 North - Range 104 West Section 25: All Township 141 North - Range 105 West Section 26: SWl/~ Section.35: . W1/2 ....... , .... and no personal claim is made " against the Defendants above named, or any of them. Dated this 7th day of'March, 2013; KtJbik, Bogner, Ridl, & Selinger, PLLP Attorneys for Plaintiffs 26 East Third Street P.O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58692-1173 (701) 225-9155 By: Jon Bogner, Attorney . (ID#03468) (March 21, 28 and April 4) Summons State of North Dakota, in District Court, County of Billings, Southwest Judicial District: Civil No. 042013CV3 Choctaw Energy Limited Partner- ship, and Mike O'Toole, Plaintiffs, VS. PNC Bank, N.A., Herr & Company, Pittsburgh National Bank, Trustee of the Nancy A. Mudge Residuary Trust Under Will of Leonard S. Mudge, dated November 11, 1960, Leo Vesen- mier, Jr., Trustee, and Esther Gerhardt Vesenmier, individually, as Trustee and as a Personal Representative of the Estate of Leo Vesenmier, Jr., and all persons unknown having or claim- ing any right, title, estate or interest in or lien or encumbrance upon the real property described in the Complaint, whether as heirs, devisees, legatees, or Personal Representative of the aforementioned parties or as holding any claim adverse to Plaintiffs owner- , ship or any cloud uponPlaintiff's title thereto, Defendants. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to appear and defend against the complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned an answer or other proper response within twenty (20) days after the service of this sum- mons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, judg- ment by default will be taken against , you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 7th day of March, 2013. Kubik, Bogner, Ridl, & Setinger, PLLP Attorneys for Plaintiffs 26 East Third Street P.O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58692-1173 (701) 225-9155 By: Jon Bogner, Attorney (ID#03468) Notice of No Personal Claim Notice is hereby given that this ac- tion has been brought for the purpose of quieting title in the Plaintiffs in and to an interest in oil, gas, and all other minerals lying on, in or under or that may be produced from the following described real estate: Billings County, North Dakota Township 140 North - Range 100 West Section 27: WV2 Section 28: N 1/2 N1/2, SV2NWIA, NY2SW~A And no Pel;sonal claim is made against the Defendants above named, or any of them. Dated this 7th day of March, 2013. Kubik, Bogner, Ridl, & Selinger, PLLP Attorneys for Plaintiffs 26 East Third Street P.O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58692-1173 (701) 225-9155 By: Jon Bogner, Attorney (ID#03468) (March 21, 28 and April 4) Bids Call for Bids Street Sweeper The City of Beach will be accepting bids for a new street sweeper. To ob- tain a copy of the bid specifications contact the City Auditor at cityof- beach@midstate.net or call 701-872- 4103. Bids should be returned in a sealed manila envelope labeled "Street Sweeper Bid" to City Hall PO Box 278 Beach, ND 58621 by April 15th at 5:00 p.m. Bids will be opened during the City Council meeting on April 15th at 7:30 p.m. The city re- serves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. (March 21 and 28) Beach City Council CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY'S REVIEW AND REVISION A regular meeting of the Beach City Council was called to order by Mayor Walter Losinski at 7:00 pm on March 5, 2013. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Mark Benes, "lqm Marman, Jeanne Larson, Paul Lautenschlager, Henry Gervingl Wade Walworth, Public Works Supt. Dell Beach, City Auditor Kimberly Nunberg, Sheriff Scot Steele, and City Engineer Jon Wilczek and guest Ron Zachmann. Minutes of the previous month meetings were read. Walworth moved to approve the minutes, second by Lauteqschlager. Motion carried unani- mously. Vouchers were reviewed for payment. Benes moved to approve the following vouchers, second by Lar- son. Motion carried unanimously. ,16103 Beach Food Center 62.97 16104 Best Western Plus Ramkota Hotel 158.00 16105 BOSS 342.85 16106 Dakota Dust Te 135.60 16107 Eboltoft Sickler Lawyers579.00 16108 Fallon County Treasurer 2956.50 16109 Farmers Union 1553.13 16110 Fisher Sand & Gravel 1116.00 16111 Floyd Braden 227.40 16112 G & G Garbage, Inc. 1500.00 16113 Golden Valley County 6968.00 16114 Golden Valley County Fair Association. 1000.00 16115 Golden Valley News 329.12 16116 Jill Schatz 50.38 16117 John Deere Financial " 22.00 16118 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson .-. - . 3413.7.1 16119 Kim Nunberg 100.00 161.20 Marman Plumbing & Construction 74.00 16121 MDU 5037.05 16122 Mid-American Research Chemical 516.72 16123 M idstate Communication230.35 16124 Morfison Majerle Systems Corp 20.00 16125 NAPA 14.92 16126 ND Rural Water Systems Association 190.00 16127 Olympic Sales, Inc. 200.00 16128 One Call Concepts 7.50 16129 Prairie Lumber Company 830.55 16130 Prairie West Development Foundation 15000.00 16131 Q Business Source 450.98 16132 Ricardo Saenz 50.00 16133 Rick Hurlich 7.15 16134 Rohan's Hardware 393.99 16135 Southwest Wat.er Authority 16136 Stockwell Cleaning Service 2'25.00 16137 USPS " 106.00 8615.26 16138 Vernon Manufacturing 540.00 16139 West Plains Inc. 10.31 16140 Re-issued Ryan Nunberg40.00 16068-16074 & 16082-16098 City Employees Wages for February 18513.05 16075 NDPERS 100.00 16076 City of Beach 200.80- 16077 Blue Cross Blue Shield4127.06 16078 Blue Cross Blue Shield 452.40 16079 Verizon Wireless 178.79 16080 Post Prom Commit:tee 500.00 16081 USPS 185.25 16099 NDPERS 100.00 16100 NDPERS 1210.73 16101 City of Beach 83.83 " 16102 Dell Beach 108.80 -89958 First State Bank of Golva 3748.48 Sheriff's Report Sheriff Steele presented the monthly report for February consisting of 16 calls, 10 citations and 2 written warning. Steele mentioned items are still being gathered for a Sheriff's Sale, a date has yet to be determined. Public Works Report PWS Beach reported some crack sealing and street patching was done last week. Beach requested the City Council consider purchasing a new sweeper. Discussion. Marman moved to accept bids for a new street sweeper, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously.' Beach and Nun- berg will develop a bid specifications form for the street sweeper. Corre- spondence from the ND Department of Health was provided stating in the City complied with all requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Auditor's Report The financial report for the month of February was reviewed. Benes moved to approve the financial report, second by Lautenschlager. Motion carried unanimously. Nunberg re- viewed her written report. Benes moved to approve Nunberg's request of providing the option to pay utility bills with a credit/debit card, second by Walworth. Motion carried unanimously. Committee Reports: Benes mentioned a property owner on 4th Ave NW requested improve- ments be made to their street. Benes explained to them the cost of street improvements are the responsibility of the property owner. Ron Zachmann in- quired if the stock pile of millings the city has could be used as a base to build the street since that is the same material the rest of the streets in the NW area were made of. Marman indi- cated the millings can be purchased for $60/yd. Discussion. Marman sug- gested working with the City Engineer to determine the elevation for the street and material to be used for a base. Unfinished Business: Nunberg mentioned Goldenwest Electric verbally requested considera: tion of a five (5) year franchise agree- ment. Discussion. Larson moved to deny the request for a five (5) year franchise agreement, second by Wal- worth. Motion carried unanimously. City Engineer Wilczek is still exploring possibilities of a circulating system for the North watei" tower. New Business: Correspondence was read from Matt Kolling resigning his position as City Attorney. Walworth moved to ac- cept the letter of resignation, second by Gerving. Motion carried unani- mously. Attorney Nathan Bouray will handle legal matters during the in- terim. Nunberg presented a recom- mendation from the Zoning Board to approve a Conditional Use request by Lutheran Social Services for twin homes and a daycare on Woodhulls's Second Addition, Block 7. Marman moved to approve the Zoning Board recommendation with two conditions; 1.) Each twin home unit must have a gross living area above ground of 960 square feet. 2.) The garages must be in be- tween the twin homes or on the end of the twin homes; they cannot be de- tached in front of the homes, second by Larson. Discussion. Motion carried unanimously. An article from The Pipeline Publi- cation about rail transportation of oil was provided. The City Board of Equalization meeting is set for April 1st at 7:30 pm. No other business was brought for- ward. Marman moved to adjourn, second by Larson. Meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m. " A-I-rEST: Walt Losinski, Mayor Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (March 21) Beach School District PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OFTHE BEACH BOARD OF EIBUCATION Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board March 13, 2013 5:30 p.m. Room 11 Members present were Bob Makeiky, Maurice Hardy, Mark Egan, Kim Nunberg, Robert Sperry, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gau- Bier and Troy Hoffer. Dave Wegner was absent. President Makelky called the meet- ing to order at 5:30 p.m. No visitors were present. Makelky called for approval agenda. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Hardy to approve agenda. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented February 13, 2013 regular meeting minutes. Discus- sion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Sperry to approye minutes. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Egan, sec- ond by Sperry to approve bills. Discus- sion. Motion carries unanfrneusly. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented food service fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Sperry to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund and alctivity fund manual checks. Dis- cussion. Motion by Egan, second by Sperry to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented February payroll. Motion by Hardy, second by Sperry to approve payroll. Motion car- ries unanimously. 38412 AmeriPride 225.88 38413 AT&T Mobility '47.48 38414 Badlands Aviation 1350.00 38415 Beach Food Center 327.50 38416 Beach School Food Service 425.30 38417 Sunni Beeler 499.00 38418 Bio Corporation' 394.40 38419 Bismarck Tribune 21.60 38420 Bloomberg Business Week 30.00 38421 Blue Hawk Audio & Video 249.99 38422 Boss Office and Computer Products 2152.03 38423 Keith Burwick 150.00 38424 Cenex Fleetcard 590.25 38425 City of Beach 896.32 38426 D & E Supply Company, Inc. 1098.38 38427 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 140.15 38428 Dans Super Market, Inc. 94.32 38429 Expressway Inn of Bismarck 109.95 38340 Farmers Union Oil Co. 2948.73 38431 Sue Feldman 42.00 38432 Fitness Finders Inc. 86.13 38433 Brandt Gaugler 18.00 38434 General Binding Corporation 254.00 38435 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer 690.36 38436 Heuer Publishing Company 303.75 38437 Lori Holkup 29.23 38438 Jaymar Business Forms, Inc. 109.14 37439 La Playa Mexican Restaurant 47.30 38440 Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. 20.99 38441 MDU Resources Group, Inc. 7101:12 38442 Rodney Merkel 42.00 38443 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 30.89 38444 Midstate Communications, Inc. 686.71 38445 The Mix 30.00 38446 NAPA 4.58 38447 NASCO 38448 ND Driver and Traffic Safety 38449 Nelson International, Nelson Leasing, Inc. 38450 Lexi Nistler 35.00 38451 Northwest Iron Fireman, Inc. 228.72 38452 Northwinds Lodge 132.00 38453 Kimberly Nunberg 180.80 38454 Office Max Contract Payments, Inc. 432.73 38455 Olsons Service LLC 408.87 38456 Pepper, J.W. & Son, Inc. 27.14 38457 Perma-Bound Books 1228.56 38458 Queen City Candy 69.20 38459 Ramkota Hotel Bismarck772.00 38460 Red Chair Solutions 150.00 38461 Rohan Hardware 609.92 38462 School Specialty, Inc. 72.06 38463 LeAnn Sime 62.50 38464 Jasmine Stockert 35.00 38465 War, Lda Stroud 397,80 38466 Team Laboratory Chemical Corp. 86.00 38467 US Foodservice, Inc. 91.80 38468 USPS Postmaster 106.00 38469 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 592.26 38470 David Wegner 44.54 38471 Wells Fargo 1947.15 38472 West River Student Services 5075.33 38473 West River Teacher Student Center-DSU 525.00 38474 Wired 24.00 2930 Anderson's 1991.88 2931 Balfour 459.94, 2932 Beach Food Center 163.34 '2933 Coca Cola Bottling Cd. of Dickinson 226.75 2934 Computer F~ln 42.62 2935 Corner Market 23.94 2936 Farmers Union Oil Co. 200.00 2937 FBLA Fiscal Agent 810.00 2938 Fresh Alternatives Fundraising 5180.00 2939 La PLaya Mexican Restaurant 1515.25 2940 Logo Magic 396.00 2941 Lexi Nistler 16.94 2942 Quality Quick Print Inc/Copy Xpress 69.00 2943 Queen City Candy 25.92 2944 Rohan Hardware 144.00 2945 Stump Printing 207.61 2946 US Foodservice, Inc. 364.89 2947 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 134.06 . 2948 Wells Fargo 173.50 6948 Corner Market 33.36 6949 Dean Foods NC 1240.86 6950 US Foodservice, Inc. 8692.25 6951 Workplace Pro 116.40 8334 ND Council of Educational Leaders 165.00 8335 Mark Egan 37.00 8336 Troy Vaughn Hoffer 37.00 8337 Lamont Gaugler 113.00 8338 Allan Bahm 224.10 8339 Bradley V. Pender 71.00 8340 Daniel James Glasser 71.00 8341 Daniel Sayler 132.80 8342 Donnell, Michels 70.76 8343 Kevin Miller 104.96 8344 Richardton-Taylor Public School Dist #34 105.,00 8345 ND Science Olympiad 150.00 8346 Cash 570.00 8347 Daniel Sayler 108.00 8348 Daniel James Glasser 98.80 8349 Kevin Miller 141.96 8350 Donnell Michels 107,76 8351 Beach Closeup 3000.00 8352 ND Roughrider 125.00 16252 Bowman Lions 480.00 16253 Jostens 780.00 16254 Jostens 30.00 16255 Jostens " 432.00 February Payroll 305781.63 Helvik presented correspondence. Request from post prom for dona- tion was read. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve $500 donation. Discussion. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Thank you from the staff at Lin- coln Elementary for the first aid kits to be located in their classrooms. No public participation was re- quested. Helvik presented personnel. Completed superintendent evalu- ation was presented for review. Dis- cussion Motion by Hardy, second by Nunberg to approve evaluation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Resignations from Lori Holkup as part time elementary teacher and Amanda Weber as day treatment be- havioral interventionist at the end of the 2012-2013 school year were pre- sented. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Vacant day treatment social worker/counselor position was dis- cussed. Hoffer interviewed Shae Peplinski and recommends her for the Position. For the 2012-2013 school year Peplinski will continue in the spe- cial education position for part of the day and start in the day treatment counseling position for the other half of the day, Discussion. Helvik indi- cated for the 2013-2014 school year Peplinski will be full time in the day treatment counseling position and Sue Marman and MaryAnn Schillo ex- pressed interest in sharing the vacant special education teaching position. Discussion. Helvik presented open enrollment applications. Helvik presented o~)en enrollment applications for the 2013-2014 school year from Susan Sarsland, Kristina Fischer, and Jennifer and Mike Steiner from the Lone Tree School District and !' Don and Saren Wojahn from the Dick- inson Public School District. Discus- sion. Motion by Egan, second by Sperry to approve all open enroll- ments. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Helvik presented facilities. 2006 MCI bus is being prepared for purchase. Discussion. Receiving oil samples was discussed. Letter from DPI approving the School Construction Approval Request and a Facility Plan for re-roofing the high school was received. Motion by, Hardy, second by Egan to prOceed with the biddin~ process. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Legislative issues regarding school funding were discussed. Helvik presented policy. . Policy FFA-Student Alcohol & Other Drug Use/Abuse was pre~sented for a second reading. Discussion. Mo- tion by Egan, second by Hardy to ap- prove policy. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Policy DKBD-Teacher Discllarge for Cause and DKDB-E Exhibit were presentedl Discussion. First reading was tabled for further review. Policy FFB-Attendance and Ab'- 'sences was presented. Discussion. First reading was tabled for further re- 70.40 view. 70.00 Policy GABDD-Title I District Parental Involvement Policy was pre- sented and recommended by NDSBA 1332.21 to be rescinded as it is similar to KAB- Parent Involvement. Discussion. Mo- tion by Hardy, second by Sperry to re- scind policy GABDD. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented drivers education fees for the summer of 2013. Consen- sus of the board is to leave fees as is. Discussion. Farnstrom presented business manager report. Copier leases for the district will expire in July of 2013. Lease quotes are in the process of being collected. Hoffer presented day treatment re- port. The HOTR board approved be- ginning construction of a campus classroom in the spring of 2014. Dis- cussion. Gaugler presented high school principal report. The girls basketball team has been having a successful sbason in District and Regionals tournaments and is looking forward'to the state tournament. Discussion. The senior class has decided to take a class trip to the legislature in Bismarck with their money from fundraising efforts. Helvik presented superintendent report. Possible ramifications of the pro- posed health care act and how it could affect hourly staff for the 2013-2014 school year was discussed. Parents have been inquiring about preschool services. Discussion. DPI letter discussing the future of NCLB in North Dakota was reviewed. Concealed weapons in schools were discussed. Makelky called for a 5 minute break. ! Makelky called the meeting back to order. Motion by Hardy, second by Egan to retire into executive session as per NDCC 44-04-19.1 Subsection 9 to dis- cuss collaborative bargaining strategy. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Board retired into execu- tive session at 6:33 p.m. ..... EXECUTIVE SESSION ..... Makelky called the meeting back to order at 6:46 p.m. Next meeting time was discussed. Motion by Sperry, sec- ond by Hardy to adjourn. Makelky ad- journed 6:46 p.m. Bob Makelky, President Misty Farnstrom, Business Man- ager (March 21) Summons COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY, IN DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHWEST JUDICI'AL DISTRICT Joseph Kreitinger & Arlys Kre- itinger, Plaintiffs, -vs- Lawrence Maus, Patricia Anrl Matt- son, Joyce Radke, William Fisher, Gerard Fisher and all persons un- known claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the property described in the complaint; and any person in possession, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEI:E~i~- DANTS: ' You 'are hereby summoned and re- quired to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action which is herewith served upon you,by servihg upon the undersigned an Answer or other proper response within twenty. (21) days after service upon you, ex- clusive of the date of service. If you fail tp do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief de- manded in the Complaint. Dated this 13th day of March, 2013. MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM Attorneys for Plaintiffs 38 Second Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601 701-456-3210 eebert@mackoff.com By:/s/Elizabeth A. Ebert, Atiorney #07326 AFFIDAVIT FOR PUBLICATION COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY, IN DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Joseph Kreitinger & Arlys Kre- itinger, . Plaintiffs, -vs- Lawrence Maus, Patricia Ann Matt- son, Joyce Radke, William Fisher, Gerard Fisher and all persons un- known claiming any estate or interest in,, or lien or encumbrance upon, the property described in the complaint; and any person in possession, Defendants. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF STARK 1. Elizabeth A. Ebert, being first duly sworn, deposes and says as fol- lows: That she is one of the attorneys for the Plaintiff in the above-entitled action, and that she makes this Affi- davit on behalf of said Plaintiff. Affiant further states: 2. That the Summons and veri- fied Complaint in the above-entitled action were duly filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for the County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota, the County where said action was oommbnced and is nov~ pending, setting forth a cause of action for quieting of title to real estate situated in said County, and more specifically hereinafter de- scribed, which sai~ real estate is also described in said verified Complaint, which Complaint is hereby referred to and made a part hereof by reference as though the same were set forth herewith in full. 3. That the subject of the above-entitled action is real property si:tuated within this State, described as follows: Gass-Vetsch 2nd Addition to the City of Golva, North Dakota; Block 5: Lots 7, 8, 9 10, 11, & 12 and that the Defendants, and each , of them, claim a lien thereon or Other interests therein, either vested or con- tingent, and that the relief demanded against such Defendants, and each of them, consists wholly or partially in ex- cluding such Defendants from such lien or interest, and that said above- entitled action affects the title to real property. 4. That all persons having or claiming an estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the real prop- erty hereinabove described and de- scribed in the Complaint, whether as heirs, devisees, legatees, or personal representatives of a deceased person, or under any other title or interest, and not in possession, nor appearing of record in the Office of the County Recorder, the Clerk of the District Court, Or the County Auditor of- Golden Valley County, the County in which the real property is situated, to have such claim, title, or interest therein, are pro- ceeded against as unknown persons defendant pursuant to Chapter 32-17 of the North Dakota Century Code; and that the interests of such unknown persons defendant in the land de- scribed in the Complaint, '.'and all other persons known and unknown having or claiming any right, title, estate or in- terest in or lienor encumbrance upon the real property described in the com- plaint, whether as heirs, devisees, legatees or Personal Representatives of the aforementioned parties or as holding any claim adverse to Plaintiffs' ownership or any cloud upon Plaintiffs' title thereto," are not Shown of record in the Office of the County Recorder, the Clerk of the District Court, or the County Auditor of Golden Valley County, North Dakota, the County in which such land lies, and that Affiant does not know and is unable to ascer- tain the~names, residences, or post of- fice addresses of any of the persons who are proceeded against as un- known persons Defendant. 5. That the relief sought in this action consists wholly or partly in ex- cluding the Defendants from any inter- est in or lien upon specific real property in this State, the same being the real property hereinabove de- scribed at Paragraph Three (3) above. 6. The last reasonably ascer- tainable post office addresses of such Defendant are as set out below imme- . diately following the names of such Defendant: William Fisher Golva, North Dakota Lawrence Maus Golva, North Dakota 7. That in the event any of the above and foregoing post office ad- dresses shown for the Defendants named in the immediately preceding paragraph are not in fact the post of- rice addresses of such Defendants, that then the Plaintiff and your Affiant do not know and are not able to ascer- tain the post office addresses of such Defendants. ...... Dated this 13th day of March, 2013. /s/Elizabeth A. Ebert, Attorney #07326 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of March, 2013. /s/Gina Powers Barnes Notary Public State of North Dakota My Commission Expires March 28, 2O 18 (March 21, 28 and April 4) Bids Beach School District Seeking Roof Bids The Beach School District is seek- ing sealed bids on re-roofing three sections of the Beach High School roof. Estimated square footage is Area 1=5,864; Area I1=11,438; Area 111=6,960 for an approximate total of 34,610 sq. ft. The Beach High School Project will include tearing off the old roofing, adding insulation, adding positive drainage and replacing with a Carlisle roof membrane. It is asked that bidders submit two, bids and break them into the three (3) separate areas as noted in the first paragraph. The first bid with a 45 EPDM Carlisle membrane and and R- 30 insulation and the second for the same three (3) areas with a 75 EPDM Carlisle membrane and an R-40 insu- lation. Prospective bidders are welcome to view the High School roof and ob- tain a rough drawing of the roof. Please call the high school 701-872- 4161 for additional information if needed. Pending the bids the Beach Board of Trustees may opt to do only certain sections or the entire roof proj- ect. Please submit sealed bids by April 10, 201,3 by 3:30 p.m. to the Beach High School and addressed to: Superintendent Larry Helvik Beach School District #3 600 N Central Ave. Beach, ND 58621 The Beach Board of Trustees re- serves the right to reject any or all bids. (March 21, 28 and April 4) Put Your Money Where Your House Zs/ b~ 2~t1~3se$ 9~ ~ORT~ i~ ~y I 877-833-:3237 / WWWlAbsoluteSteel.net