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September 4, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Gov. Dennis Daugaard Declares September As Suicide Prevention Month PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has proclaimed September as Suicide Prevention Month in South Dakota. The Department of Social Services, along with the Department of Health and the Department of Tribal Relations, is encouraging all South Dakotans to take an active role in suicide prevention by getting involved in local prevention activities. “Suicide does not discriminate, people of all genders, ages and ethnicities are at risk,” said state Department of Social Services Secretary Lynne Valenti. “More than half of those who died by suicide did not have a known mental illness. By raising awareness and talking about suicide, we are letting individuals know it’s okay to ask for help.” South Dakota has resources available to help individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts and support for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Individuals in need of help are encouraged to call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Services are available 24/7. Help can also be obtained by contacting any medical provider such as a family physician, psychiatrist or hospital emergency room, as well as a Community Mental Health Center or other mental health provider in your area. If you believe someone is at risk for suicide, contact a professional immediately. “Suicide deaths are preventable, and we know com- bp Since 1934 Broadcaster Press bp Broadcaster Press Since 1934 munity specific prevention efforts are effective. We encourage communities in the state to evaluate local data and develop suicide prevention action plans,” said Kim Malsam-Rysdon, Secretary of Health. Resources for communities are located online at sdsuicideprevention. org/toolkits/community/. In 2017, suicide was the ninth leading cause of death in South Dakota with 192 deaths, and the second leading cause of death for individuals age 10 to 34 with 80 deaths. “Suicide rates within the state are alarming and have been extremely devasting to the tribes that share our borders,” said SD Tribal Relations Secretary Steve Emery, “If you’re thinking about harming yourself, please reach out for help. To everyone else, please be there to help your children, family and friends.” To learn more about suicide, the warning signs, how to get help and to find upcoming suicide prevention events, please visit sdsuicideprevention.org/. For those who have lost a loved one to suicide, a list of support groups in South Dakota is also available. For more information about behavioral health services, or to find a Community Mental Health Center in your area, contact the Department of Social Services’ Division of Behavioral Health at 605-773-3123, toll-free at 1-855878-6057 or online at dss.sd.gov/behavioralhealth/. 201 W Cherry, Vermillion 624-4429 2-Day Auction—30 Tractors 250 Signs—500 Toys! Broadcaster Press 7 Gov. Daugaard Submits Special Session Proposals PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard today submitted three pieces of legislation to be considered during the special legislative session on Sept. 12. “After working with the Department of Revenue and consulting with legislative leaders, I am proposing two bills that will allow the State of South Dakota to benefit from the national tax fairness victory that we led,” Gov. Daugaard said. Senate Bill 1 revises the language of the 2016 law relating to the imposition of an injunction against collection of sales tax on remote sales, now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of South Dakota. The change will allow the state to begin collecting sales tax from remote sellers who meet the $100,000 in sales or 200 transaction threshold beginning on Nov. 1, 2018. Wayfair litigants are exempt under the proposal, leaving the court system to resolve the matter. Senate Bill 2 requires marketplace providers to attain a sales tax license and remit sales tax on behalf of sellers utilizing their services. This applies to prominent websites that serve as a platform for third party sellers. A third, unrelated proposal, House Bill 1001, clarifies the timing of the inauguration of the new governor in 2019. Current law says that state officials cannot be sworn in until the first Monday of January, which calls into question the legality of the scheduled inauguration ceremony on Jan. 5. The bill amends the law so that the inauguration can always be held on the Saturday before the State Legislature convenes. The bills are available online at the Legislative Research Council’s website: sdlegislature.gov . David Peterson Estate Farm Auction Thursday, Sept. 13th • 10:30am Featuring the IH Tractor collection from Mick Osterman Estate of Groton, SD Friday, September 7th, 10:00 a.m. & Saturday, September 8th, 10:00 a.m. Located: Girard Auction Facilities, Wakonda, SD Mick was the past president of the SD IH Collector’s Club and longtime IH buff. We are proud to be selling his collection of approximately 23 tractors at auction—all running condition—some completely restored, some original. 1956 IH 300 High-Crop, gas, 1 of 56 produced, SN#28225—restored; 1956 IH 400 Hi-Crop, gas, 1 of 56 produced, SN#37951—restored; 1956 IH 350 Hi-Crop, Few Produced, SN#585---original; Hebard Shop Mule, SN#A1631—restored; 1942 IH AV, 1 of 506 Produced; 1964 IH Cub High Crop Special, SN#223784; 1959 IH Cub Lowboy; 1959 IH Cub w/ 1-point hitch, SN#11050; 1966 IH Cub Lowboy, SN#22377; 1953 IH Super M, very little used, SN#28138—very nice original; 1959 IH 140, SN#5588; 1963 IH 140 High Crop, SN#22291; 1977 IH 184 with mower, SN#2000115U045037; 1956 IH 600 Diesel, 1 of 1,484 built, fresh engine overhaul, pump & injectors; 1955 IH 300 nf, SN#15806; 1955 IH 200 nf, SN#7421; 1975 IH 185 Lowboy, SN#2000113UO38889; 1957 IH 350 Wheatland Special, SN#7058?; 1956 IH 100 High Crop, SN#18027; 1952 IH Super AV High-Crop; 1953 IH McCormick O-6 Orchard, SN#8583; 1957 IH Cub with Gaylott Dirt Scoop; 1958 IH 350 Hi-Utility, fresh restoration, SN#18330; Following the Osterman Estate, the following tractors will sell: IH 1966 1206 Wheatland, SN#8188, rebuilt motor; IH 1956 Super WD-9 Diesel, SN#6327-J, good tires, runs good, 2nd owner; IH Super W-6 LP, new tires, fully restored, few produced; IH Super W-4, SN#1495J—original; IH Super W-6, SN#817J, older restoration; IH Farmall 450 LP, SN#23287-C-CS, rare power adjust wheels, rear weights, TA out; IH Farmall 450, gas, nf, new rubber, 2pt, PS, No TA; Ford 4400 Select-o-Speed, w/ Loader, 3pt, rear weights, chains—runs good; Oliver 550 Utility, New PTO & Clutch, rebuilt carb, Electronic ignition; MM 1955 UB Special Propane, SN#09700748, Elec. Ignition, new cylinder heads-restored; IH Cub Cadet Red 482 w/ Deck; IH Cub Cadet—#1 Style— older repaint; Following the tractors there will be a short line of parts and related items. Starting the auction will be a few pallets of IH Oil Cans, Hy-Tran Barrels, and misc. 1:00 p.m.: Huge Farm Sign & Advertising Auction inside Legion Hall. 300+ Lots of High-Quality IH, John Deere, Cockshutt, and other farm related advertising. Plus Seed Corn, Feed, and Livestock advertising signs. See website for full details. Saturday Sept 8th, 10:00 a.m.: Girard Auction Facilities. 500+ Piece Farm Toy & Truck Auction! Old, New & Custom toys of all kinds. Terms: Cash, Good Check, Visa, MasterCard, SD Sales tax applies. See www.GirardAuction.com for several pictures or call for free, full color brochure. Live Internet bidding will be available through www.GirardBid.com! Bid there without being there! Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA Located: 30884 460th Ave Vermillion, SD From Polaris Bldg in Vermillion: 9 miles North on Highway 19, 2 1/2 miles West, 1/4 mile North OR from Junction of Highways 19 & 46 (south of Centerville SD) 12 miles South, 2 1/2 miles West, 1/4 mile North; OR from the Volin Exit off I-29, 11 miles West, 2 3/4 mile South OR from Westreville 1 mile East 3/4 mile South OR from Volin, SD 9 miles East on 306th Street, 2 3/4 mile South Auction Order: Furniture, Antiques, Tools, Equipment TRACTORS – PAYLOADER: JD 4440, quad, S#029098R, 18.4x38 rubber, excellent, cab reconditioned, believed to have 1,948 hrs on major, repainted, nice, approx. $3,200 spent on minor repairs in the last 2 yrs; 1980 JD 4640 quad 18.4x42 rubber, duals, excellent rubber, quick hitch, 9,000hrs w/ approx. 1,700 hrs on major OH, new batteries, approx. $8,300 spent on tractor in last few years, repainted, cab reconditioned; Fiat-Allis FR15 turbo Payloader, approx. 50hrs on new rubber, new brakes on front & master cylinder, 6038 hrs, runs good; Oliver 1750 Diesel, wf, 3pt, good rubber, S#211725427; Oliver 1550 gas, wf, 3pt, good rubber, S#168928502; Farmall Super M w/ loader; Farmall M; COMBINE & HEADS: JD 9500, S#H09500X656124, new concave, bars, cylinder bearings, filler plates, grain chain in the last 134 hrs, 3,317 engine hrs, 2,380 separator hrs; JD 644 corn head: JD 444 corn head; JD 920 bean head w/ homemade cart; JD 216 flex head; EQUIPMENT: 22ft Kuhn-Krause rock flex tandem disc w/ harrow- like new; JD 7200 8rw MaxEmerge 2 planter, Yetter openers, H&I, corn & bean cups, approx. 200 acres on new tires & wheel bearings; JD 7000 8rw planter w/ Weatherall transport; 2 – Demco 550 gravity wagons w/ roll tarps, like new; 2 – Huskee gravity wagons; IH 21ft pt field cultivator w/ harrow; 2 – Oliver semi-mount plows; Glenco 8rw cultivator, 500 gal pt sprayer; 2 – 450 Grain Chief port dryers; Rhino 184 3pt 7ft mower; JD sd rake; Mayrath 8x62 auger; Sudenga 30x8 truck auger; Oliver 15ft disc; Brady 18ft 3pt field cultivator; Big Butch wagon w/ JDD gear; flatbed w/ 1000 gal poly tank; IH 4r go devil w/ trip saver; pony cart; 2 – flare box wagons; homemade 3pt log splitter; 3pt head mover; 1000 gal fuel tank w/ elec pump; 2 – 300 gal overhead tanks; 1,000gal propane tank on running gear; wagon load of cobs; sev old implements & iron piles; POLARIS & VEHICLES: 2011 Polaris XP800 Ranger, 1588 miles, nice; 2011 Ford Ranger ext cab, 4x4 pickup, 107K, new tires; 1995 Ford F250 XLT ext cab, 4x4, AT, 460 engine, 121K; 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis LS 136K; LAWN & GARDEN: JD Z445 zero turn mower, 380 hrs; Stihl FS56 straight shaft trimmer; Stihl MM 55C roto tiller; Stihl gas blower; Hitachi chain saw; 12 volt sprayer; WOOD WORKING TOOLS: Jet 10” table saw Mdl JTAS-10DX, tilting arbor, XACTRA deluxe, used twice; DeWalt miter box; DeWalt planer; sanders; Rockwell wood turning lay; Craftsman radial arm saw; Milwaukee saws all; bench top drill press; levels; hand saws; TOOLS: Peter Wright 28” anvil; DeWalt band saw; Delta post drill; Lincoln 225 welder; new – Milwaukee 18v impact; Daytona band saw; battery charger; torch & tanks; port a power; lg press; welding tables; lg C-clamps; punches; chisels; wood & steel bits; JD sockets & open & box end wrenches; 1/2hp bench grinder; Cornwell bars; 1/2 & 3/4" sockets; Forstner drill bits; 1/2" drills; tap & dies; Makita drill; bars; sev sets of open & box end wrenches & sockets; hyd jacks; air impacts; air hose; lg upright air compressor; 2 – 48” pipe wrenches; tool boxes; lots of bolt stock; forks; shovels; Knipco heater; ladders; chain hoist; vises; bench grinders; fencing tools; Rotella oil; oil drums; misc oil & grease; live traps; JD filters; JD parts; barbed wire; steel & wood posts; port cement mixer; misc lumber; fire wood; shingles; AG COLLECTIBLES: Oliver cylinders; Oliver suit case weights, Oliver heat houser; buzz saw & blades; dbl box wagon on steel; flax tester fanning mill; DeLaval separator; Standard oil drum; planter plates; ANTIQUES – COLLECTIBLES – HOUSEHOLD: Maytag auto washer; couch & loveseat; refrigerator; fainting couch; misc crocks; parlor table; America elec meat slicer; Flashboard chalk board; erector set; egg baskets; lg wood burning stove; propane heater; meat saws; lg fan; malt mixer; pots, pans, misc dishes; Note: David was one of the best at keeping his equipment in great shape. Most equipment is in excellent condition and ready for the field. There is something for everyone on this auction. 2 rings may be used---bring a friend. No live internet bidding, phone bids welcome. Terms: Cash, Good Check, Visa, MasterCard. SD Sale tax applies. See www.GirardAuction.com for several pictures. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch on grounds by Zippy’s. DAVID PETERSON ESTATE Owner Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA
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