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Page 4 April 7, 20t I Notice to Creditors State of North Dakota; in District Court; County of Golden Valley; Southwest Judicial District: Probate No. 17-11-P-004 In the Matter of the Estate of Maphalda Irons, 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 Gary D. Irons, Personal Representative of the estate, at 137 First Avenue West, Dickinson, North Dakota, or filed with the court. Dated this 21st day of March, 2011 Gary D. Irons Personal Representative Michael J. Maus Maes & Nordsven, P.C. 137 1 st Avenue West, P.O. Box 570 Dickinson, ND 58602 Telephone No. 701-483-4500 Attorneys for Personal Representative (March 31, April 7 and 14) Notice SALE OF OIL & GAS LEASES The Board of University and School Lands will conduct an oil and gas lease auction on Wednesday, May 4, 2011, at 9:00 AM, CT at the Airport International Inn. Highway 2 and 85 North, Williston, ND. For a list of tracts being offered, visit "www.land.nd.gov, or call (701) 328-2800 or write to the State Land Dept., Box 5523, Bismarck, ND 58506-5523. Anyone needing auxiliary aids and services, call. Judy at (701) 328-1920 by 4/27/11. /s/Lance D. Gaebe 3/18/11 State Land Commissioner (April 7 and 14) 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. * = SENTINEL BUTTE A Team Transport 2441 161st Ave * Allen Margaret PO Box 845 Beach Anderson Ashton 11563 High Rd Golva Berg Jay 104 8405 St SW Golva Birkenfeld Sheila 31601 15th St Beach Booth Roseling E None Beach Booth William T None Beach Campbell Betty 579 SE 1st St Beach Cadson Sallee 6548 98th Ave * Durham Brian 15261 30th St * Durham Debby 15261 30th St * Gilman Donald E 176 First St NE Beach Hendry H Robert Box 23 * Long Alex 16351 194 * Melvin Richard PO Box 985 Beach Moe Andy 15900 35th St * Olson Casey 16351 194 * Rafferty Leanne K 304 5th Ave Beach Rafferty Patrick E 304 5th Ave Beach Ross Shannon 304 Lovell St Golva South Side Ladies Aid 561 Smith Creek Rd Beach Steces Jr Nick Unknown Beach Ueckert Alfred W % Viola Ueckert 12 1st St Beach Ueckert Viola 12 1st St SE Beach Weninger Debb 3900 164 Ave * Wirtzfeld Carmella 260 5th St Beach Wojahn Douglas D PO Box 775 Beach Wojahn Evelyn L PO Box 775 Beach For information concerning this property, or for ADA auxiliary aids, contact the Unclaimed Property Administrator via e-mail on the Intemet at www.land.nd.gov, or at 1707 N 9th St, PO Box 5523, Bismarck ND 58506- 5523. (701-328-2800). (3/1/201 t) Isl Lance D. Gaebe Land Commissioner (April 7) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission wilt hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 27, 20tl, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and mitted to North Dakota Workforce Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Safety & Insurance, Harvey Hanel, Thursday, April 14, 2011. Pharm.D., R.Ph., Pharmacy Director, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA P.O. Box 5585, Bismarck, ND 58506- TO:Case No. 14491: Application of 5585, until the close of business, May Petro-Hunt, L.L.C. for an order estab- 11,2011. If you plan to attend the pub- lishing a 1280-acre drilling unit con- lic hearing and require special accom- sisting of Sections 15 and 22, T.142N., modations relating to a disability, RA00W., Billings County, ND, and please contact North Dakota allowing a horizontal well to be drilled Workforce Safety & Insurance at the in the Bakken Pool at -any location above telephone number or address at thereon not closer than 500 feet to the least five days prior to hearing. boundary or 200 feet for the toe and Dated this 31st day of-March, 2011 heel, and such other relief as is appro- Harvey, Hanel, Pharm.D, R.Ph." priate. Pharmac~ Director Case No. 14512: Application of (April7) Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43 02-03-88.1Billi pooling all interests in a spacing unit ngsCounty for the Roosevelt-Bakken Pool Public School described as Sections 19 and 30, T 143N, R.102W., Billings County, N.D., BILLINGS COUNTY'PUBLIC as provided by NDCC 38-08-08, and SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 such other relief as is appropriate. Unofficial Minutes Signed by, of Special Meeting Jack Dalrymple, Governor Subject to Review and Chairman, ND Industrial Revision by the Board (April 7) March 25, 2011 Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROP=ERTY Notice is hereby given thatthe 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 wwwJand.nd.gov. * = MEDORA Bentley Donald 2485 Bentley Ln * Koester Douglas PO Box 164 * Malkowski Qwain 1608 128th Ave Fairfield US Natl Park Service Theodore Roosevelt Natl Park Bx 7 315 2n St * For information concerning this property, or for ADA auxiliary aids, contact the Unclaimed Property Administrator via e-maU on the Intemet at www.land.nd.gov, or at 1707 N 9th St, PO Box 5523, Bismarck ND'58506- 5523. (701-328-2800). (3/1/2011) Lance D. Gaebe Land Commissioner (April 7) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, April 28, 2011. at the N.D.'Oil & Gas Division, 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 6y Friday, April 15, 2011. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO:Case No. 14543: Temporary spac- ing to develop an oil and/or gas pool discovered by the Continental Resources, Inc. #1X- 21H Haag, SESW Section 21, T.144N., R.99W., Billings County, ND, define the field limits and enact such special field rules as may be neces- sary. Case No. 14545: Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order creating a 1280-a;cre drilling unit comprised of Sections 24 and 25, T.141N., R.101W., Billings County, ND, authorizing the drilling of a hori- zontal well within said drilling unit and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, Jack Dalrymple, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial Commission (April 7) Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO AMEND NORTH DAKOTA WORK- FORCE SAFETY&INSURANCE PHARMACY FEE SCHEDULES relating to the medication formulary NORTH DAKOTA WORKFORCE SAFETY & INSURANCE Boar(J Room Century Center 1600 East Century Ave. Bismarck ND Wed., May 4,2011 1:00 p.m. CT (and will be teleconferenced to the conference room of the WSI Fargo office located 2601 12 Ave., SW, Fargo, ND) A copy of the proposed amend- ments may be obtained by writing to North Dakota Workforce Safety & Insurance, Attn: Harvey Hanel, Pharm.D., R.Ph, PO Box 5585, Bismarck, ND 58506-5585 or calling (701) 328-3800 or TYY (701) 328- 3786. Written comments may be sub- Put Your/Honey I Where Your Hous;z Is~ DuChesses are~ ~ ~ommunlty your best value ~ ~nd our ec:~no~y A special meeting of the Billings County School Board for the purpose of making decisions in regard to the sale of Fryburg School, and acting on a resignation, was called to order at 4:28 PM with members Darren Baranko, Dean Rodne, Stacey Kessel, and Tina Downing present. Also pres- ent was Richard Volesky from the Billings County Pioneer. The Board reviewed the legal opin- ion from Attorney Gary Thune in regard to whether or not they could accept the high bid of $200,000 on Fryburg School from the March 9 auc- tion since it is lower than the appraised value of $450.000. The opinion was that the Board could justify either acceptance or rejection of the bid. Pifer Auction & Realty had reported they had four inquiries after the auc- tion expressing interest in the school. Baranko moved to reject the bid and Kessel seconded the motion. The rnotion carried with all four members present in favor. After discussion of the realty agree- ment from Pifer, and some minor changes agreed upon with them via telephone, Baranko moved. Downing seconded, to approve the agreement with Pifer Auction and Realty to list the s(:hool through December 2011 The motio'n carried unanimously. A letter- of restgnation #ore Maintenance Superwsor Kasey Malkowski was read. Baranko movec Rodne seconded, to accept the resig- nation with regret. The meeting was adjourned at 4:52 PM Darren Baranko. President Darlene Mitchell, Business Manager (April 7) Election Notice SCHOOL ELECTION SET Notice is hereby given that the annual election of Belfield Public School District #13. Belfieid. ND is set for Tuesday, June 14. 2011 for the pur- pose of electing one rural board mem- ber and one at-large board member and to decide whether or not to publish minutes. The polls will be open 11:00 am to 7:00 pm and the election will be located in the school library. Any person who is a qualified elec- tor of this district is qualified to be a member of the school board. Candidates must file a Statement of Candidacy and a Statement of Interest with the business manager's office prior to 4:00 pm on April 15. 2010. These forms may be picked up in the business manager's office-located within the elementary school building. By order of the Board of Education Belfield Public School Belfielci, ND 58622 Alice Berger, Business Manager (March 24 and April 7) The 1 ") ~ ) V~ASHINGTON D.C. Sen. Jolm Hoeven, R-N,D., participated in a news conference last week to unveil a new bill that would create a Balanced Budget Amendment to the United States Constitution. The new legislation is built on an earlier bill that Hoeven and 17 other U.S. senators cospdnsored in January, and has now garnered 47 Republican ' supporters in the Senate. "This is a sensible approach to balancing the nation's budget, simi- lar to the requirements of most states," Hoeven said. "It allows an appropriate exception for times of war: and at the same time, provides a transitional pathway to implement the law and protect programs like Social Security and Medicare for our seniors and future generations." The proposed amendment would require Congress to pass a balanced budget and requires a two- thirds maiority of both Houses for any bill that would i~crease the stamtor~ mx rate. The measure makes an exception durine a time of war to protect national security and provides a clear pathwa~ to imple- mentauon. Sen. John HoeVen, R-N.D., speaks at the press conference. (Courtesy Photo) N.D. unemployment at 4.5 percent .lob Service North Dakota for Job Service said. "'Historically 0.8 percentage points below reports that labor staustics show January and February unemploy-February of last year (9.7 percent). North Dakota's Februar3 nm sea- ment rates in the state have been The seasonal adjustment process sonally adjusted unemployment rate quite similar, each averaging utilizes a statistical adjustment to was 4.5 percent, around 5.0 percent. The current rate accommodate predictable fluctua- Fhe rate is unchanged from prior isone-halfa percentage point below tions between months, such as month, a]~d 0.4 percentage points that level." length of daylight and typical belm\ February of prior year. ~4.9 The nations seasonally adjusted weather. percent~ The nationalratein unemployment rate was 8.9 percent Seasonal adjustment allows for February was 9.5 percent, for the month, a decrease of 0.1 per- comparison between all months of Michael Ziesch. research anal3 st centage point from prior month, and the year. Tax Department extends filing deadlin BISMARCK Tax Cc, mmissioner Cory Fong says North Dakota's individuaJ income taxpayers have three extra days to file and pay their state income tax and still be considered on time. "The IP, S a)mOLinced earlier that it w as exLendmg the dae date fl'om April 15 to Aprtt 18 2{.)11 t\~r federal income tax returns or payments." said Fong. "'North Dakota will match the April 18 extended filing date lor the vance of April 15 as Emancipation state income tax retur~ls and payments Day provtdes all taxpayers with that arc usually {hie on April 15.'" three extra davs to file this year. The extended due date ix in Taxpayers requesting an extension recognition of the Emancipation wil] have until October 17 to file Day holiday in the District of their 2010 income tax returns,o Coldmbia. whict:V"is"'6b~'erved 'oh': "B'eVaxl*e Apl'il.15 is not a-'holi- April 15 this year. By federal law,:'>day "in North D, akotaY" saRl,'F~g, the Dislrict of Columbia holiday "'The Tax Department will be open mapacls tax deadlines in the same and staff will be available to help way as federal holidays. The obser- taxpayers with their questions." Company rises to fourth in nation Pifer's Auction and Realty office in Moorhead, Minn. TheyNorth Dakota and with my grandfa- Company Js now fourth in the have sold 350_l)00 acres since the ther serving as governor for eight United States for real estate auc- company was founded in 2001. years, it somehow seemed natural turns with sales of $55.1 million. The company's broker, 34-year for me to move back here.'" The ranking was recently report- old Steve Link. might appear as an "Land is not only a great place to ed in The 1,and Report, a publica- unlikely broker of a Midwest land store weal{h. It is ylesterday's small tion thai monitors and ranks company, yet his roots are firmly cap stock without the risk." said American land sales, planted here, "M;, family is from company president Kevin Pifer. The company, has been in busi- ness for 10 years with its corporate ooI_v c 5__cuB BISMARCK MARBLE & GRANITE 2-1/3 mi. E. of Bismarck on Hwy. l0 RO. Box 2421 Bismarck, ND 58502-2421 CALL 701-223-4440 HIGHEST MQUALITY ONUMENTS Tablet: 36"x6",x20,"" Base: 48"x12 x6 . Complete all courses in 12 weeks - New classes slatting mtmthty Mig - Tig - Stick & Pipe Welding eotmses Open 52 weeks a year Blue Print Reading & Welding Symbols Maximum of 1.0 students per class 40 hr. - 480 hr. courses Certifications available Lynnes Welding Training Inc. Bismarck Campus: 1-701-751-4256 Fargo Campus: 1-701-373-0658 See the latest in Home Construction and Products! Door prizes & Drawings! $1 admission Concessions by Lady J's Catering