The South Eastern Times : April 17th 2014
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J.L. “FRED” email@example.com THE Millicent community has remembered a former popular general practitioner of the 1950s S EASTER SATURDAY 19TH APRIL 9AM - 2PM Doctor remembered Former Millicent GP passes away Homemade Treats - Honey & Preserves - Jewellery & Crafts - Trash & Treasure - Fresh Produce - Clothing - Lions Donuts / BBQ etc H J.L. “FRED” firstname.lastname@example.org THE Millicent community has remembered a former popular general practitioner of the 1950s Stall Stall holders welcome // Enquiries to market co-ordinator Jane 0418 397 780 Easter & ANZAC Day Publication Deadlines: Tuesday, 29th April Edition Booking Deadline: Thursday 24th April, 1pm Copy Deadline: Thursday 24th April, 3pm Dr Don Jorgensen, who died at the age of 91, was buried in Adelaide on April 11. Together with fellow returned servicemen Dr David Harris and Dr John Jeffries, the man affectionately known as Jorgy provided medical care to the community of Millicent and district at the height of its post-war expansion. Between 1954 and 1966, Dr Jorgensen was actively involved in the community. The Adelaide University Medical School graduate was a player and vice president of the Millicent Football Club. He enlisted for war service at the age of 18, spent almost five years in the RAAF as a pilot and was discharged with the rank of flying officer. Past and present Millicent residents responded to his passing with comments on social media. John Bowering said he was saddened to hear of Jorgy’s passing. “He was the epitome of the country doctor,” Mr Bowering said. “He played footy with his glasses taped on, flew Sunderland flying boats in World War II and treated my brother for ages. “As part of his treatment, he called every day to give him an REMEMBERED: Dr Don Jorgensen proudly wore the black and white colours of the Millicent Football Club when they were known as the Magpies. The former Millicent general practitioner has died at the age of 91. injection and never charged a penny. “When he was able to walk again, Jorgy would pick him up and take him to Beachport when he went to his weekly surgery visits so he could swim to strengthen his legs. “He was truly a great bloke and will always be remembered with great affection.” Colleen Hammat described Dr Jorgensen as a dedicated family doctor for many years. “He delivered our two daughters - one in the Thyne Memorial Hospital in Emily Street and the Millicent youth to meet with royalty FORMER Millicent resident Nikeesha Beck will greet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Adelaide on Wednesday. The 13-year-old has secured an invitation to meet the royal couple through her membership of the naval cadets. Like her mother and grandmother, Nikeesha received her primary education at St Anthony’s School in Millicent. Her mother Deidre Tilley is proud 644820 the rare opportunity has come her way. “Nikeesha, along with seven other cadets, received the invitation to meet Prince William and his wife Kate when they visit Elizabeth,” Ms Tilley said. “They received their invitations from the governor general.” The Beginning of a NEW YOU Our hearing unites us. It’s watching your favorite TV show, listening to your friends’ jokes or the crowds at your local community event. With expert hearing specialists and the latest in digital technology – there’s never been a better reason to visit your local Adelaide Digital Hearing Solutions Clinic. So, if you’ve noticed changes to your hearing, visit us today in Millicent and rediscover the sound of a NEW YOU. PLUS, IT’S FREE!* Simply call 1300 906 456 and book your hearing check-up today! *Only available to adults. Must mention this advert. 4 - The South Eastern Times, Thursday, April 17, 2014 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au other in the new Millicent and District Hospital,” Ms Hammat said. “Over the years, towns have special characters and Jorgy was one of these.” John McLoughlin said he remembered doctors Jorgensen and David Harris working in the theatre at the old hospital. “They gave me my first dose of ether to knock me out while they set my broken arm at the age of eight,” Mr McLoughlin said. “I also remember Jorgy and Kay Wilks working together on sewing up a cut or two over the years.” Talented rower receives grant A TANTANOOLA man has received a $200 grant from Wattle Range Council to participate in a national rowing competition. Jack Altschwager, who is a member of the Adelaide University Boat Club, will take part in the Australian National Rowing Championships Rowing Regatta in Sydney. The 19-year-old is not a member of a local club and therefore did not meet the criteria and purpose of the council’s youth development foundation. However, councillors decided to approve his application since there was no local rowing club in the region. In his application for a grant, Mr Altschwager said he started rowing as a sport when he was at school in Adelaide in 2010. He now trains eight times per week, starting sessions at 5.30am five days a week at the West Lakes rowing course. “My short-term goal is to be a part of the men’s under 21 Australian rowing team that will compete against New Zealand in August,” Mr Altschwager said. “By attending the interstate regatta, it gives me the possible chance of having my talents noticed in order to gain selection. “From here, I wish to continue my rowing and see where it takes me as I begin to head towards the elite level.” 644724 ADHS0007 2/14 Come and find some Easter treats!
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