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8 Broadcaster Press August 1, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com Government-Run Health Care Does Not Work No Better By Sen. Mike Rounds Comprehensive health care reform is necessary to relieve American families from our current failing health care system. Following recent votes in the Senate, it’s clear that reforming our health care system is no easy task. However, I remain committed to working with my colleagues toward a solution. We believe affordable health care is best achieved through a competitive, market-based system that allows for innovation, competition and optionality. In the quest to address Obamacare’s failures, some have been advocating for a single-payer, government-run health care system in which health care is provided for every single citizen for free and financed by taxes. Care is rationed, and citizens cede their health care decisions to a central government bureaucracy. Additionally, the cost makes it unsustainable for future generations. Either taxes – which are already too high – will continue to skyrocket in order to pay for universal care, our debt will spiral even further out of control, or both. Our ability to make decisions for ourselves and our families will suffer. Bureaucrats don’t like taking advice. And we have many examples to substantiate this: In the U.S., California and Vermont recently tried to implement universal health care at the state level; both were abandoned as quickly as they were enacted due to its cost. In Canada, long wait times in their single-payer system are the norm. According to a Fraser Institute report, British Columbia residents have to wait up to six months just to get an MRI. Ontario’s own Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care states that residents may have to wait up to 11 months for hip replacement surgery. Droves of Canadians seek care here in the U.S., STABE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Saturday, August 26th @ 9:30 AM 6 mi. E of Hinton, IA on C-60 There is a high demand for used equipment so turn yours into CASH NOW!! Call now to get your items advertised in all our ads covering IA, Neb, SD, MN & Radio Sales average over 1,500 buyers. We sell Tractors, Combines, Trucks, Trailers, Farm & Atq. Equip, Lawn & Garden, Livestock equip, Tools, Hay&Straw-Etc. We welcome Individual, Estates, Farm Reductions, Dealers, Etc. NO HOUSEHOLD ACCEPTED We have over 20 acres for equipment & parking!! Fast loadout sale day!! Advertising deadline August 12th For More Info. Check Web or call or email Email: auction@frontiernet.net Stabe Auction: 712-540-9640 www.stabeauctionandrealty.com at an additional cost to their already-high taxes to pay for government-run health care. Across Europe, where universal health care is prevalent, the cost to governments for this care is exploding, contributing to rising national debts. But instead of increasing taxes, which oftentimes are already over 50 percent of one’s income, governments are slowing down care to curb the cost, and innovation is stymied. Here in the U.S., the federal government has proved inept at running any large, nationwide program effectively, especially when it comes to health care. Look no further than Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Indian Health Service (IHS) for proof. While there are good employees in South Dakota at both agencies, nationwide these programs have been plagued with decades of long wait times, bureaucratic mismanagement, corruption and – most importantly – providing inadequate quality of care to Americans. In some cases, patients have even died waiting for care. Meanwhile, administrative costs have skyrocketed, wasting countless taxpayer dollars on paperwork instead of focusing on patient care. I wholeheartedly believe that everyone should have access to quality health care if they want it. No one should be priced out of health insurance for themselves or their families. But forcing all Americans onto a costly, ineffective system that will reduce the quality of care and making them surrender all control of their health care decisions to the federal government is not the answer. America is home to the best health care providers in the world, due to a free market system that allows for innovation and competition. Replacing Obamacare with a competitive, free-market system that actually controls costs, allows for innovation and focuses on the patient will allow us to continue our proud tradition of being the world’s health leader. It has never been so important to advertise In the Great Depression, W.K. Kellogg continued marketing his cereals while contin all his rivals were cutting back. In doing so he pulled ahead of Post P Cereals in sales, a change that has C never been reversed. bp Since 1934 13th Annual Primitive AUCTION Broadcaster Press 201 W. Cherry St. • 624-4429 www.broadcasteronline.com www “Featuring the remainder of the Walnut, Nebr General Store” SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 2017 LOCATION: Skylon Ballroom - 320 S. Robinson St. - Hartington, NE Starts at 9:30 AM LUNCH AVAILABLE Auctioneers Note: Hartington, NE is the place to be on Saturday, August 5th for our 13th Annual Primitive Auction. A major consignor to his year’s auction is the family of the owners of “The Walnut Store”. This general store opened its doors in 1872 under the name of “Chrismanville” but in 1895 the name was changed to “The Walnut Store.” This was the general store located in Knox Co. between Verdigre and O’Neill. This store was operated by the Cook Family since its inception until 1957. Due to the passing of that generation of the Cook family the remaining family members have decided to sell the property left in the Store and many items from the Cook homestead. Plus, we have many other great consignors who are participating in this fantastic auction. If you are into rustic design, or primitives or repurposing this is a must attend fun event. Come prepared to buy as we will be running multiple auction rings throughout the day. Many more items not included in this listing will be sold. All items must be removed the day of the auction. See www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for 100’s of photos of items to be sold. ADVERTISING SIGNS: Falstaff “Cold Beer” Lighted Sign, Porcelain Grayhound Atlantic Lines Ticket Office Double Sided Sign, Hamm’s Beer Lighted Sign, Devo Paint – Meirdirks Hdwr., Pender, Ne. Sign, Pennzoil Oil Sign, Carter White Lead Paint Porcelain Thermometer, 7 up Fresh Up Sign, Sunny Brook Whiskey Sign, Stetson Hats Lighted Sign, Moor-mans Feeds Signs, Porcelain DeLaval Cream Separator Sign. 1936 Cast Iron 20 Ton Bridge Sign, Storz Adv. Clock, Goodrich Tires Reverse Painted Clock, Budweiser Reverse Painted Sign, Massey Harris Sign, “Willys Knight Motor Cars Whippet” Porcelain Sign, Chrysler Motor Cars Porcelain Sign, Burgermeister Pale Beer Advt. Cardboard Signs, Pepsi Chalk Board, Plus other Misc. Adv. Items. COLLECTIBLES: Vendo Montiel “39” 7 cent Coca Cola Coin Operated Upright Pop Machine, Vendorlator Mfg. Model VMC 147 – 15 cent Upright Coin Operated Coca Cola Machine, DeLaval Cream Separator Cabinet, J.P.Coats Upright Spool Cabinet, Merrichs Table Top Lift Lid Spool Cabinet, Monarch Cutlery Table Top Glass Display Case, Enterprise Mfg. “714 Table Top Coffee Grinder, Primitive Wooden Coaster Wagon, 1892 Factory Stamped Hat Rack, Glass Collar Box, Vintage Gliding Horses, General Store Hardware Scales, Country Store Coffee Bin, Wooden Hand Crank Washing Machine, Frick & Kaupke “Pure Spice” General Store Cabinet, Short Tail Horse Windmill Weight, Metal Beer Box, Galvanized Tub, Galvanized Chicken Coop, Aremotor Windmill Tail, Loose-Wiles Co. Metal Store Rack, Curtis Candy Display Stand, Several Wooden Pop Crates, Keen Kutter Coaster Wagon, Keen Kutter Post Hole Digger, & Other Misc. Tools, Beaver Skin Top Hat, Many Old Advertising Tins, Child’s Dressers, Wooden Sales Man Sample ? Ext. Ladder, Fire Hydrant, Unique Large Brass Fire Nozzle (Possibly used in Stockyards?) Small Brass Extinguishers, Oak Wall Phone & Candle Stick Phone, Seed Sacks & Advt. Burlap Potato Sacks, Harley Davidson Chain Tool, Vintage License Plates, Cash Register from Walnut Store, Numerous Wooden Doors, Many Redwing Chicken Waters NOS, Salt Glaze Crocks & Other Misc. Crockery, Cream Cans, Yard Gates, Collectible Lunch Boxes, 1917 BC Marshall, Walnut, Nebr. Calendar, Plus Many Other Vintage Advertising Calendars, (2) Wooden Wagon Seats, Vintage Wooden Hog Crate – Better Built (Sac City, IA), Rail Road Lantern, Barn Lanterns & Misc. Primitives, Cookie Jars, Wheat Pennies, Pocket Knives, Marbles & Much More Miscellaneous Items Selling Inside & Outside Both. FURNITURE: McCary 4 Door Oak Ice Box – Used in Walnut Store, Post Office Screen Line from Walnut Post Office, Small Wooden Sorting Cabinets, Quarter Sawn Oak Store Counter, Several Store Counters including 8 ft by 3 ft Solid Oak Counter, 4 Foot Pine Store Counter, Store Base Cabinet w/ Bins, Several Wooden Display Cases, Oak 4 compartment Store Counter, Bean Counter – to be Restored, Early Square Nailed Chimney Cabinet Orola Floor Model Victorla, McCaskey Account Register, General Store Accounting Desk, Store Display Jewelry Cabinet Table w/ Glass Top, Boss Oak Cast Iron Heating Stove, Great Western Duplex Stove, Oak Secretary, Oak Library Table, Oak Dressers, Oak Chest of Drawers, Oak Carpenters Work Table, Round Oak Table, Several Pine Tables & Pine Painted Cabinets, Industrial Type Table w/ Wood Top, Sioux Bee Honey Store Cabinet, Metal Patio Glider, Iron Beds, Soda Fountain Stools. CAST IRON SEATS: Nice offering of Cast Iron Seats to be Sold including Cast Iron Case, Deering & Manser & CB & O Planter Lids, Horse Disk Cultivator, Single Row Lister & Steel Wheels. VINTAGE BICYCLES: Unique “Phillips” Bicycle – Made in England, & “Gruno” Bicycle - Made in Holland. GAS & OIL COLLECTIBLES: Super Clean “Phillips 66” Five Gallon Can, Several JDD Oil Buckets, Coop Grease Buckets, Archer & Marathon Oil Tins, Wolf Head & Conoco Tins, Racing Sta-Lube Motor Oil, Archer Oil Salesman Sample Kit, Plus Other Misc. Items. FARM TOYS & FARM LITERATURE & SMALL DISPLAY CASES: Nice offering Of John Deere Toy Tractors & Implements to be sold from a separate ring. Along with a nice assortment of Vintage Farm Literature, (2) Model Toys Road Graders, Cast Iron Motor Cycle & Old Metal Tonka Toys Plus Several Small Display Cases All Selling from a Separate Auction Ring. PLUS 100’S OF MORE ITEMS TO BE SOLD – OFF PALLETS, FROM DISPLAY CASES, INCLUDING SOME REBUILDABLE FURNITURE & MORE For complete listing, visit our web site: www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for listing & photos Terms: cash or bankable check. Not responsible for accidents or theft. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409 Large 3-Bedroom Home w/2 Baths & Garage in Vermillion Monday, August 21st at 6:00 pm Located: 216 Franklin St., Vermillion, SD Open House: Sunday, Aug. 6th 1pm-2pm & Thursday, Aug. 10th 6pm-7pm Legal: Lot 1 & 2, Blk 53, Snyders Ad., City of Vermillion, Clay County, SD. Taxes are $1,991.18. Here’s an opportunity to buy a very clean, 1-owner home in a growing community. This 2,856 square foot, ranch-style home was built in 1963 and features a large living room, kitchen with lots of counter space, dining area, 3-bedrooms and large bath room; all on the main floor. Downstairs is 80% finished with a huge family room, built-in wet bar, potential for another kitchen and 2 large rooms that could be transformed into additional bedrooms with new windows. All appliances are included and it is in “Ready-to-Move in” condition. A large, 840 sq. ft. oversized 2-car garage sits on the south side of the home with alley access. There is a very large back & front yard with plenty of room for pets, garden and play area or expansion. This corner lot property is 13,200 sq. ft. This home sits in a great location that is only a few blocks away from both Austin Elementary and Vermillion Middle School. Vermillion is a growing community with new businesses coming in each year and the University of South Dakota expanding every day. This home would make a great opportunity for a large family or rental property. To view this home, please come to one of the scheduled open houses or contact the auction company for a private showing. Many pictures available online. Terms: 10% Non-refundable down-payment due the day of auction with the balance on closing. Clay County Title Company, closing agent. Sept 21st, 2017—Closing. Possession on closing. Taxes prorated to the day of closing. Title Insurance & Closing costs split 50/50 between the buyer and the seller. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. Place To Live And Work By Gov. Dennis Daugaard: When people around the country think about South Dakota, the first image that comes to mind is probably Mount Rushmore. Though we’re proud to be the home of Gutzon Borglum’s masterpiece, the truth is that we are much more than the stone-carved presidential tribute. South Dakota is a great place to live and work. First, we have a very low unemployment rate at 3 percent, compared to the national rate of 4.4 percent. We are a state of hard workers and productivity of our workers is high. In fact, many multi-state employers with locations in South Dakota tell us their South Dakota location is their most productive. Second, the tax burden in South Dakota is low. We are among only a few states without an income tax. We also have no corporate income tax, no business inventory tax, no personal property tax and no inheritance tax. This puts more money in the pockets of our businesses and citizens, creating a more favorable environment for growth. Third, not only do people keep more of the money they earn in South Dakota, but that money will buy more here than in other places. Type “Regional Price Parity” into your web browser, and you will find the U.S. Department of Commerce report which shows South Dakota is among the states that experience the lowest cost of living. We don’t spend as much money on housing, insurance, food and the other everyday needs. Now some people will say, “There may a low tax burden and low cost of living, but I won’t get paid as much if I live in South Dakota.” Actually, when it comes to per capita personal income, we fare pretty well. Nationally, we rank in the top half and we do better than states like Texas and Florida. If you adjust the per capita personal income to consider the low cost of living and the lack of income taxes, we rank sixth in the nation. A person who earns $45,000 annually in South Dakota is actually better off than the person living in New York or Los Angeles who makes $65,000 per year. When factoring in after-tax wages and cost of living, the South Dakotan who makes $20,000 less still has a greater purchasing power. Beyond the financial reasons, though, South Dakota is a great place to live because we have a good quality of life here. Our communities are safe, our schools are high-quality and our people are friendly. We also have clean air, beautiful scenery and wonderful recreational opportunities. I know I’m lucky to have spent most of my life in South Dakota. In fact, it took a multi-year absence from the state to help me realize just how lucky I am and how good we have it here. Now I wouldn’t trade this place, with its wide open spaces and down-to-earth people, for anything. 3x ...the Value Donna Hahn Estate Faith Ericsson, Personal Rep. Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, Auctioneer For Your Classified! 605-624-4429
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