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Page 6 May 3, 2007 Notice to creditors Charles J. Peterson MACKOFF KELLOFF LAW FIRM Probate No. 07P07 P.O. Box 10 Beach, North Dakota ND BAR ID#04009 (701) 872-3731 Attorney for: Personal Representative IN SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT COURT, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKO- TA In the Matter of the Estate of ROD- NEY A, CHEADLE, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above- named Estate. All persons having claims against said Deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Patricia L. Rogers, the Personal Representative, at MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM, P.O. Box 10, Beach North Dakota, 58621, or filed with the Court. Dated this 5th day of April, 2007. Patricia L. Rogers Personal Representative (Aprl119, 26, May 3) Request For Bids Bus Bids Beach School District#3 is accept- ing sealed bids for school bus routes for a term of one (1) year for the school year 2007-2008. The ~urrent contract is paid on per mile basis. Interested bidders contact Larry Helvik, Superintendent, for additional informa- tion. The routes to be covered by each contract are as follows. ROUTE#1 : Approximately 20 HOTR boy students. Route runs from the Beach Schools to the Home on the Range in the A.M. and P.M. (32 total miles per day). ROUTE#2 Approximately 20 HOTR girl students. Route runs from the Beach Schools to the Home on the Range in the A.M. and P.M. (323 total miles per day.) ROUTE #3: Approximately 15 stu- dents. Route runs from Beach to Sentinel Butte, north past Camel's Hump 12 miles, west on Bell Lake road approximately 10 miles to Hwy 16, north approximately 2.5 miles, and returns to Beach approximately "1.5 miles. In the P.M. the bus runs an addi- tional 5.3 miles to Van Horns. Approximate miles are 55.3 in the A.M. and 65.9 miles in the P.M. (121.2) total miles per day). LUNCH ROUTE: Route runs from high school to ele- mentary during noon. (14 miles per day). Each successful bidder must sub- mit in a separate envelope a bond in the amount set by the board (minimum $500). The bond must be conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties set forth in the contract. Any bids submitted must name the individual who will operate the vehicle and describe the vehicle. The Beach School Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Submit bids to Beach School District#3, Attention Superintendent, P.O. Box 368, Beach ND 58621 by May 9, 2007(4:00 P.M.) (April 19, 26, May 3) Request For Bids Custodial Contract Bids Bids are being obtained for a custo- dial contract for Beach High School for the 2007-2008 school year. The con- tract will entail the cleaning of the day treatment wing of the high school only. This will be approximately two hours/day for the days school is in ses- sion with students (173 days) and can- not be done while school is meeting for classes. The cleaning will include three classrooms, two restrooms, and two offices in which their will be vacu- uming, dusting, board cleaning, mop- ping of restrooms replenishing of paper products etc. The school pro- vides the supplies, vacuum etc. Please submit a written bid to Larry Helvik at the high school by noon, May 9, 2007. (April 19, 26, May 3) Special Election Lone Tree School District Notice of Election Notice is hereby given that there are two (2) member positions for the Lone Tree School District School Board open for occupancy. Positions are for a three-year term. School offi- cer qualifications include but are not limited to, persons being at least 18 years of age, a resident of the Lone Tree School District #6 and a qualified elector of this state. Persons interested must pick up and submit to the business manager at Golva School an application of "Statement of Interest" for candidacy. Deadline for fling application is before 4 p.m. on the 9th day of May 2007. Voting will be held on the 12th day of. June 2007. Leah Zook, Business Manager Lone Tree School District #6 (April 19, 26, May 3) Notice of Hearing 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. Wednesday, May 23, 2007, 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 by Thursday, May 10, 2007. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Case No. 9489: Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03- 88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit for the Cerkoney #1-9H described as Sections 8 and 9, 1.141N. R.98W Glade-Bakken Pool, Billings County, ND; authorizing the recovery from each nonparticipating owner a risk penalty as provided by NDCC 38-08- 08 and such other relief as is appropri- ate. Case No. 9490: Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03- 88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit for the Gloria #1-18H described as Sections 18 and 19, T.141N R.98W St. Demetrius-Bakken Pool, Billings County, ND; authorizing the recovery from each nonparticipating owner a risk penalty as provided by NDCC 38-08-08 and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 9491: Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03- 88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit for the Skrupey #1-9H described as Sections 4 and 9, T.142N R.98W St. Demetrius-Bakken Pool, Billings County, ND; authorizing the recovery from each nonparticipating owner a risk penalty as provided by NDCC 38-08-08 and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 9492: Application of Continental Resources. Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03- 88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit for the Armstrong #1-13H described as Sections 13 and 24. T.141N R.99W St. Demetrius- Bakken Pool. Billings County, ND; authorizing the recovery from each nonparticipating owner a risk penalty as provided by NDCC 38-08-08 and- such other relief as =s appropriate. Case No. 9508: Application of Upton Resources U.S.A. Inc. for an order extending the field boundaries and amending the field rules for the Tracy Mountain-Tyler Pool so as to create and establish a 320 acre spac- ing unit comprised of the N/2 of Section 20, T.138N R.IOlW Billings County, ND. authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on said spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 9467: (Continued) Application of Citation Oil & Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43- 02-03-88.1 allowing the production from the Bakken and Duperow Pools to be commingled in the well bore of the Federal #2-4 well, located in the SW/4 SW/4 of Section 2, T.144N R.102W Buckhorn Field, Billings County, ND, and such other relief as is necessary. Case No. 9463: (Continued) Proper spacing for the development of the Elkhorn Ranch-Birdbear Pool, Billings County, ND. redefine the field limits, and enact such special field rules as may be necessary. Whiting Oil & Gas Corp; Summit Resources, Inc. Case No. 9461: (Continued) Temporary spacing to develop an oil and/or gas pool discov- ered by the Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. #44-27D Basaraba BR, NW/4 NW/4 Section 35. T.144N R.100W Billings County, ND, define the field limits, and enact such special field rules as may be necessary. Signed by, John Hoeven, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial Commission (May 3) Annual Meeting of the Beach Cemetery Association will be held May 15, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. at the Beach Courthouse State urges wood burning to stop pest BISMARCK - Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson has asked North Dakota residents to immediately burn any Taylors Wood Products brand firewood purchased from a Menard's store. "Taylors did not properly treat the firewood as required by feder- al authorities to eliminate the risk of emerald ash borer (EAB) before shipping it to other states, includ- ing North Dakota," Johnson said. "It is important that this firewood be destroyed immediately to pre- vent the possible introduction of this very destructive insect into North Dakota." Johnson said the recall effort is underway in 10 states. "Menards has removed all remaining stock from sale," Johnson said. "Unfortunately, some of the firewood had already been sold." Menards has four stores in North Dakota, including Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot. Native to China, the emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) was first detected in the United States in 2002 and has already destroyed more than 20 million trees in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, which are under federal quarantine. Taylors Wood Products fire- wood comes from Illinois. EAB larvae feed just under the bark of the tree, causing dieback and death within 5 years by inter- fering with the flow of water and nutrients. It affects both healthy and stressed trees. Johnson said any vendor who is selling firewood from any of the quarantined states should contact the North Dakota Department of Agriculture at (800) 242-7535 to make sure the firewood has been properly treated. Ash is one of North Dakota's most important trees. The state has almost 50 million ash trees, conservatively valued at $3.5 million, in urban, shelterbelt and native plantings. The children of Maurice and Loann Hardy invite you to join them in celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary at an open house on Saturday, May 5, 2007 at the outdoor pavilion in Sentinel Butte from 1-4 PM. "iii: ;!iili :~: OPEN A FREE PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH A FREE DEBIT CARD, AND WE'LL THROW IN A NEW TOASTER. With a free checking account at Bank of the West, there's no minimum balance or direct deposit requirement. You also get the convenience of free online banking with free bill pay. Plus, a toaster--a bright, shining symbol of the way banking use(] to be. Stop by your local branch by June 8 to open an account. For more branch locations, call (800) 488-2265 or go to bankofthewest.com. Beach 115 Central Ave. South (701) 872-4191 2007 Bank of the West. Member FDIC. Premium will be mailed to customer after account opening. Premium available 0nly while supplies last. One premium per household: Minimum deposit of $100 required t pen account. New personal checking accounts 0nly. Free persona! checking accounts are free of monthly service charges. If eTimeBanker online pers0nal-banking service is accessed through any personal financial-management software, the monthly eTimeBanker charges will apply. Some Debit Card transaction charges may apply.