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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com September 4, 2018 • Page 9 Gov. Daugaard Submits Agency Expands Special Session Proposals Compassionate Allowance List Nancy A. Berryhill, acting commissioner of Social Security, today announced five new Compassionate Allowance conditions: Fibrolamellar Cancer, Megacystis Microcolon Intestinal Hypoperistalsis Syndrome (MMIHS), Megalencephaly Capillary Malformation Syndrome (MCAP), Superficial Siderosis of the Central Nervous System, and Tetrasomy 18p. Compassionate Allowances is a program to quickly identify medical conditions and serious diseases that meet Social Security’s standards for disability benefits. “For nearly a decade, the Compassionate Allowance list has helped us identify and fast-track cases where individuals have diseases that are most likely to be approved for disability benefits,” said Acting Commissioner Berryhill. “Social Security is committed to ensuring Americans with qualifying disabilities quickly receive the benefits they need.” The Compassionate Allowances program identifies claims where the applicant’s disease or condition clearly meets Social Security’s statutory standard for disability. Due to the severe nature of many of these conditions, these claims are often allowed based on medical confirmation of the diagnosis alone. To date, over 500,000 people with serious disabilities have been approved through this fast-track policy-compliant disability process. The list has grown to a total of 233 conditions, including diseases such as pancreatic cancer, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and acute leukemia. The agency incorporates leading technology to easily identify potential Compassionate Allowances and make quick decisions. For disability cases not covered by this program, Social Security’s Health IT brings the speed and efficiency of electronic medical records to the disability determination process. When a person applies for disability benefits, Social Security must obtain medical records in order to make an accurate determination. It may take weeks for health care organizations to provide records for the applicant’s case. With electronic records transmission, Social Security is able to quickly obtain a claimant’s medical information, review it, and make a determination faster than ever before. For more information about the program, including a list of all Compassionate Allowances conditions, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/ compassionateallowances. To learn more about Social Security’s Health IT program, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/hit. People may apply online for disability benefits by visiting www. socialsecurity.gov. To create a my Social Security account, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. 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 . AUCTIONS LARGE DOUBLE RING RETIREMENT FARM AUCTION As we are retiring from farming we will offer the following personal property on: Friday, September 21, 2018 – 9:30 a.m. Located at 38896 268th St., Corsica, SD or from Corsica, SD 5 miles N. on Hwy 281, 1/4 mile W. on 268th St., or from Stickney, SD 6 miles S. on Hwy 281, 1/4 mile W. on 268th St. Lunch by St. Paul Lutheran Ladies YOUR VOICE WILL BE HEARD MV Shopper MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y In Print and Online! • 665-5884 M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Yankton County Land AUCTION Thursday, Sept. 20 -- 10 a.m. Auction to be held on site Land located from Tabor, SD, 4 miles east on 306th Street Real Estate consists of 156 +/- acres of unimproved tillable productive Yankton Co. farmland. Surety Agridata Inc. shows an excellent productivity rating of 83.3 with the predominate soils being Clarno-Crossplain-Davison complex, Clarno-Bonilla loams, and Chancellor silty clay loam. The topography shows a slope of 0 to 2. Good crop rotation practices have been implemented. This land has excellent access located on a county black top, close to a major grain market. This property has great eye appeal, one that anyone would be proud to own. This parcel of land would be an outstanding addition to your present farming operation or investment portfolio. This dry land tract is as good as it gets in Yankton County LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW 1/4 EXC LT R-7 15-94-57 Yankton Co. SD. TERMS & CONDITIONS: 10% non refundable down payment day of the auction with the balance due at closing which will be held on or before the 22nd of October 2018. Title insurance and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Possession will be on March 1, 2019. 2018 taxes will be paid by seller. Announcements day of auction will take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing seller. French Family Trust Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Terms: Cash or check accompanied by photo ID Not Responsible for Accidents Tractors and Loaders: 1987 White 185 MFD diesel tractor S.N.401075 w/cab, triple hyd., suitcase weights, 20’x38” rubber & hub type duals, 3spd. Hydro shift, 6,363 hrs. w/less than 1,000 hrs. on major overhaul; 1994 White 6144 MFD diesel tractor S.N.645027 w/cab, triple hyd., 32spd. trans., 18’x42” radial rubber, 4,222 hrs; 1994 White 6124 MFD diesel tractor S.N.625020 w/cab, triple hyd., 32spd. trans., 480-80x42” radial rubber, 5,678 hrs., w/ White 696 Quik-tach loader w/snow bucket & grapple; 2008 Case-IHC 125 Maxxum MFD diesel tractor S.N.Z8BE12756 w/cab, dual range power shift, 18’x42” rubber, 5,267 hrs. w/ Case-IHC L-740 Quik-tach Ldr. w/snow bucket & grapple; 1982 White 2-110 diesel tractor S.N.300852 w/triple hyd., hydro shift, 18’x38” rubber, over 6,000 hrs.; 1978 White 2-105 diesel tractor S.N.286956-406 w/triple hyd., 18’x38” rubber, hydro shift, 6,688 hrs.; IHC H gas tractor, N.F., newer rubber, S.N.246469 (needs engine work); IHC F-20 gas tractor for salvage or repair; 18’x42” clamp on duals; White tractor front weights; IHC H tractor parts; Farmhand 236 Ldr. w/snow bucket & grapple (Oliver & IHC mts.); Farmhand F-11 Ldr. w/snow bucket & grapple, hay basket & manure fork; Farmhand F-10 Ldr. w/attach. Combines & Heads: 1999 N.H. TR99 diesel combine S.N.564895 w/cab, twin rotor, yield monitor, 2,671 sep. hrs., 3,605 eng. Hrs.; 1991 N.H. TR86 diesel combine S.N.532077 w/cab, yield monitor, straw chopper, 3,940 sep. hrs., 4,545 eng. Hrs.; N.H. 996 8R30” corn head w/poly snouts; N.H. 974 6R30” corn head; N.H. 73C 25’ flex head w/ full finger auger & header cart; N.H. 973 20’ flex head w/new floor & header cart; N.H. 970 head w/ Melroe pickup; N.H. 970 grain head w/header cart; N.H. 960 head w/ Melroe pickup fits (TR70 feeder house). Semi-Trailers-Truck: 1995 White Volva semi-tractor w/ Cummins M-11 diesel motor, 10 spd., 614,5000 actual miles; Hart 34’ hopper bottom grain trailer w/manual roll tarp; Al Ray 7’x20’ 5th wheel stock trailer w/center gate; WW 7’x16’ bumper hitch stock trailer w/center gate; 1963 Chevrolet C-60 truck w/ 6 cyl. Eng., 4 spd. dual range, w/16’ combination box & hoist. Tillage Equipment: Sunflower 1433 25’ cushion gang hyd. fold tandem disc w/mulcher; White 274 27’ cushion gang hyd. fold tandem disc w/mulcher; IHC 4800 28’ hyd. fold field cultivator w/mulcher; White 445 15’ pull type disc chisel; JD 550 15’ pull type Mulchmaster; Bushhog 12’ pull type chisel plow w/high clearance; JD 400 8R hyd. fold rotary hoe; White 379 3pt. 6R30” min-till cultivator; Bushhog RC-200 8R30” hyd. fold cultivator; White 378 4R cultivator; White 378 6R cultivator; White 378 8R Danish tine hyd. fold cultivator; Kovar 9 section spike-tooth harrow w/hyd. cart; Lindsey 7 section spring-time harrow w/hyd. cart; MM 8 blade disc plow; heavy duty 9’ 3pt. blade w/swivel & tilt. Hay & Silage Equipment: JD 567 lrg. Rd. baler w/net wrap & bale command; Hesston 6450 SP windrower w/cab, 20’ sliding apron (double swath); Case-IHC 5CX100 16’ mower conditioner; NH 116 14’ mower conditioner; IHC 120 trail type mower w/ 9’ bar; JD 8 mower w/ 7’ & 9’ bars; JD 24 sm. Sq. baler; Mohawk 5’ 3pt. rotary mower; NH 166 ground drive windrow inverter w/ extension; H&S 14 wheel V-finger rake (very nice); Gramip 9 wheel rake; Vicon 6 wheel finger rake; Rowse 28’ dump rake; JD 14’ dump rake; IHC 12’ dump rake; windrower cart; JD 3970 silage cutter w/ 3R narrow head; JD 3800 silage cutter w/ 2R head; JD 3R narrow head; JD forage pickup head; Dump Chief 7000 12’ dump wagon w/heavy duty gear; Hoffman 8 bale transport mower w/heavy duty gear; custom built 2 wheel, 5 bale tilt drop bale mover; Farmhand 3 ton chain hay mover; NH 80 3pt. bale fork; 3pt. bale fork; JD 535 rd. baler pickup. Planting & Spraying Equipment: White 6100 12R30” corn planter w/liq. Fert. & electric pump, total tubular application, yetter trash whippers & Smith gauge wheels; White 5100 12R18” double frame soybean planter; White 6100 12R30” corn planter (for parts); IHC 620 press drill w/ 2-10’ sections; various White planter attach. & parts; B-B 1,200 gal. pull type sprayer w/90’ booms, rinse tank & monitor; Kuker 500 gal. pull type sprayer w/ 50’ booms; saddle tanks & mounts; 1,000 gal. liq. Fert. tank on factory gear; 500 gal. propane tank on factory gear; 3-1,500 gal. poly tanks; 2-1,000 gal. poly tanks. Grain Handling Equipment: Brandt 4500 grain vac w/ extra hose; Mayrath 12”x71’ grain auger w/hyd. swing hopper & PTO; Sudenga 8”x60’ grain auger w/PTO; Mayrath 6”x27’ truck auger w/electric drive; Feterl 8”x25’ truck auger w/Honda motor; Kewanee 500 44’ elevator w/PTO; Little Giant portable flight hopper w/motor; Snowco 8”x60’ grain auger (needs repair); Westfield 6” hyd. truck auger (like new); Sioux 40 portable rotary grain cleaner; Sudenga short hopper grain auger w/electric drive; Moridge 400 portable grain dryer; J&M 750 grain cart w/ scale & new tarp; various bin sweeps; Minnesota 400 gravity flow wagon w/topper & 15 ton gear; Minnesota 400 gravity flow wagon w/topper & 14 ton gear; Minnesota 260 (360 bu.) gravity flow wagon w/12 ton gear; Minnesota 250 (350 bu.) gravity flow wagon w/12 ton gear; Kilbros 350 gravity flow wagon w/factory gear; Kory 185 gravity flow wagon w/2 compartments, Sudenga belt conveyer (seed tender) & topper; several running gears & smaller wagons; Tyler fertilizer spreader (older model); Heider auger wagon w/ divider & cover; 2-Heider auger wagons; NH combine bracket & weights. Other Machinery: NH 190 manure spreader w/slop gate & top beater; NH 680 manure spreader w/ slop gate; FarmAid 340 mixer wagon w/scale; Gehl 120 grinder mixer; IHC 1150 grinder mixer; Red Devil 8’ 3pt. snowblower; Shaver 408 post driver (frt. mt. or 3pt.); Danuser 3pt. post hole digger w/ 12” bit; Huskee 3pt. cement mixer; wire winders; stationary cement mixer (belt drive); Farmhand F-11 loader frame; rotary & tent cultivator shields; Bat reel 16’ for Hesston 420; Balzer spreader carriage. Livestock Equipment: 3-H&S 24’ portable slant bar feeders on factory gears; H&S 30’ portable slant bar feeder on factory gear; Verns 150 bu. Creep feeder w/extensions; Apache 150 bu. Creep feeder w/extensions; Phoenix 50 bu. Sm. calf creep feeder; QLF supplement tank w/ pump; QLF supplement tank; Hi-Qual calving pen; Big Valley squeeze chute w/palp cage; Verns portable loading chute; 3pt. hog carrier; 35’ portable feeding deck w/shelter (needs floor); pickup stock rack; automatic mister (older); squeeze chute w/Foremost headgate; K&M cattle headgate; 4-WW rd. bale feeders; older rd. bale feeders; 3-Roll-Oyl cattle oilers; Upper Midwest hog farrowing crates; 2-60 bu. Hog feeders; 40 bu. Hog feeder; chicken nests & feeders; vet supplies; plus more misc. Shop Equipment & Misc.: 1,000 gal. diesel tank w/electric pump; 500 gal. diesel tank w/electric pump; 500 gal. gas tank w/electric pump; 200 gal. fuel oil tank; 5hp. Motor; smaller motors; wrenches & sockets; hand tools; shop tools; shop supplies; misc. parts; misc. items for iron; plus more misc. Antiques-Collectibles-Household Misc.: IHC 12’ grain binder (shedded); Clipper fanning mill; JD cast iron planter lids; wooden wagon wheels; Red Wing 5, 10, 15 & 20 gal. crocks; iron wheels; horseshoes; forge; speed jack; buggy shaft; plus smaller misc. collectibles; Whirlpool electric stove; Maytag dishwasher; Magic Chef microwave; plus more misc. items. Auctioneers note: This auction has something for everyone. 2 auction rings will run on smaller items. Sale order: shop equipment, antiques & household, livestock equipment, machinery & tractors, tractors, combine and larger machinery has been well maintained and shedded. Make plans to attend this large offering of equipment. Terms: Cash Not responsible for theft. www.suttonauction.com Owners: Persson Brothers Delayne 605-999-5994 • Lloyd 605-680-3153 Auctioneers: Terry Haiar, Alexandria – 605-239-4626; Chuck Sutton, Sioux Falls – 605-336-6315; Jared Sutton, Flandreau – 605-864-8527; Dan Uthe, Sioux Falls – 605-351-2230; Clerk: Terry Haiar Auction Service
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