The South Eastern Times : January 19th 2017
16 NEWS Final wish honoured A SOUTH East woman’s last wish will be honoured this week as family members scatter her ashes at Five Mile Rocks, just as they have done in 1985 with the ashes of her mother. The family of the late Nancy Baldock (nee Spehr) will travel to the headland tomorrow afternoon to scatter her ashes at the site of her father’s drowning. Son Nick Martin said with the assistance of the Beachport Rivoli Bay Lions Club the family will undertake the 8km journey to the headland. “The Lions Club is arranging four wheel drive vehicles to get us to the site,” he said. “Without their help I doubt we could have undertaken this task. “Mum would be thrilled with what the Rivoli Bay and Beachport Lions Club are prepared to do. “Our family party consists of 19 people with ages ranging from 88 years old to our newest member who will be just three weeks of age.” Nancy was the daughter of Henry Herbert Spehr, known as Joey, and Florence May Blanche Grant, known as Molly. 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(1991) 11.00 Nyurruwyi Yurrampi. 11.30 Message Stick. 12.00 Volumz. 16 - The South Eastern Times, Thursday, January 19, 2017 Please note: Listings are correct at the time of print and are subject to change by networks. Rating advice: (PG) Parental Guidance (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Suitable only for Mature Audiences (AV15+) Adult Violence. Consumer advice: violence – v, language – l, sex references – s, nudity – n, drug use – d, horror/supernatural themes – h, adult themes – a, medical practices – m, war scenes – w, (R) Repeat, (CC) Closed Captions. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au REST EASY: The family of Nancy Baldock will travel to Five Mile Rocks on Friday to scatter her ashes. and lived just outside Millicent at the farm Joey grew up on, Willowbank. On February 24 1929, Joey aged 26, drowned while on a fishing excursion to Five Mile Rocks when a large wave washed him and a friend off the rocks. The friend, Douglas Smith, was washed onto a rocky ledge and found by the other member of the group, John Mowbray. Mr Martin said a search party was organised but Joey’s body was never found. “When this tragedy occurred Nancy was two years old,” he said. “Molly was 25 and unbeknown to her was one month pregnant with their second child, Josephine.” When Molly passed away in 1985, her last wish was that her ashes be scattered at the location where Joey drowned. “My memory of that occasion is somewhat hazy, but I can remember being taken out in a four wheel drive vehicle which was something like an old troop carrier,” Mr Martin said. “It was a rugged journey on those tracks, but very enjoyable to experience a magnificent part of Australia and carry out Molly’s request.” In memory of his mother’s humour and her love for cricket, Mr Martin said the family has dubbed the ceremony as The Ashes Tour. “Our stay out there will be no more than about half an hour and we intend to have a champagne toast to mum,” he said. “Nancy loved a bubbly before dinner. IN BRIEF Milk source clarified THE Blue Lake Dairy Group at Tantanoola has corrected misinformation which has circulated on social media about its operations. BLDG assistant operations manager Sarah Barnett said it was important the facts were presented to the public. “We source all of our base milk powder from Australia,” Ms Barnett said. “It comes from Burra Foods in Melbourne, while the minor ingredients come from DSM, which is a global nutritional company. “We will sell our products into the Australian market as well as export.” Small hay fire report HAY bales caught alight on a Kalangadoo property last Friday afternoon. Wattle Range Country Fire Service group officer Fred Stent said a man had been cutting grass around hay bales and then noticed four had ignited. Mr Stent said the man had dealt with the situation by pushing the bales into a swamp. He said the Kalangadoo, Nangwarry, Penola and Glencoe CFS brigades were sent to the area to check on the situation. Motorcycle ‘mishap’ A RIDER fell from their motorbike in a mishap at Beachport last Sunday. Wattle Range Country Fire Service group officer Fred Stent said the motorcyclist took evasive action to avoid colliding with two vehicles. Mr Stent said the Beachport CFS was sent to the scene at 11am to provide traffic control.
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