105-455 Brisbane Rd, Arundel.AN ARUNDEL man-cave with prime views of the fairway cracked under the hammer for $700,000 at auction on Saturday.The seventh heaven for golf enthusiasts at 105/433 Brisbane Rd had five registered bidders who battled it out to secure the property.105-455 Brisbane Rd, Arundel.Mitchell Lambert and Ash Bryant from Lambert Willcox were marketing the property and said the auction was 30 minutes of competitive bidding.“It sold way over the sellers expectation,” Mr Lambert said. 105-455 Brisbane Rd, Arundel.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“There was a lot of interest from a mature demographic who were attracted to the golf course.“The villa has an amazing view of it from the deck.”Mr Lambert said a Brisbane buyer offered the highest bid.105-455 Brisbane Rd, Arundel.“She bought it as an investment property and for her two nieces,” he said.“There was about 20 people at the auction.”Located in Arundel’s gated Lakeside Manors — Cambridge Estate, the villa combines sandstone and timber for a resort-style look.105-455 Brisbane Rd, Arundel.Other highlights of the home includes a spacious ensuite main bedroom with a private balcony.The kitchen comes with glossed stone bench tops while open-plan living areas showcase an incredible natural sandstone feature wall.
Chandra “Chan” Leigh Mattingly, 65, of Rising Sun, Indiana, passed away Sunday August 18, 2019 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.She was born February 2, 1954 in Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of the late Kenneth Mollman and Viola (Probst) Mollman.Chan worked as a journalist for Register Publications for over 30 years.Chandra touched the lives of hundreds of people. In addition to her long years as a journalist covering Southeastern Indiana, she was a member of various organizations including the Oak Heritage Conservancy and the Southeastern Indiana Beekeeping Association. She loved nature and spent much of her life outdoors, riding her horses, hiking the trails at Versailles State Park, gardening, and beekeeping. Her yearly plant sale was a local fixture, providing not just plants, honey, and eggs but also advice and wisdom. A deeply spiritual person, Chan saw the good in everyone and advocated for a kinder world. She fought cancer for twelve years with a strength and sense of humor that left a lasting impression on everyone she met along the way.Chandra is survived by her loving spouse Robert Mattingly; children, Cynthia Mattingly (Andrea Stadtfeld) of Germany and Nathan Mattingly of Rising Sun, IN; sisters, Karen Wind, and Terri “Lea” Mollman (Connie Livingston) of Youngstown, OH.She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Jeanna Norton and brothers, Lee, Don, Tony and Jerry Mollman.Friends will be received Monday, August 26, 2019 from 4:00-7:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Memorial Service will be held at 7:00 pm at the funeral home with Father Ben Syberg officiating.Contributions may be made to the Oak Heritage Conservancy, the Southeastern Beekeeping Association, the American Cancer Society or Charity of Choice. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com read more
Pardew apologised for an expletive-laden rant at City boss Manuel Pellegrini, and was also involved in a running battle with the match officials as the visitors claimed a 2-0 win over the Magpies. The FA is not taking disciplinary action but has been in touch with the Magpies boss. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has escaped disciplinary action from the Football Association but has been “reminded of his responsibilities” after his touchline behaviour against Manchester City. An FA spokesman said: “We have been in contact with Alan Pardew and reminded him of his responsibilities”. Press Association read more
Spicer, Lawrence56Grove, OkKTA Mile Post 4 South HavenKHPDUI, Transporting open container4/7/13 Sumner County Sheriff weekly jail bookings for April 1 through April 8, 2013 Ahmad, Alexandria R21Derby, KSSedgwick CountySG SOProbation Violation4/3/13 Sedgwick19 Arebalo, Frank56Wellington, KS610 E Hillside wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence4/4/13 Fraley, Kenneth54Wellington, Ks812 N F Wellington, KsSUSOPossession of certain opiate and Possession of Paraphernalia and obstruction of legal process4/4/13 Morris, Justin W39Conway Springs, KS866 W 80th Ave, Conway Springs, KSSUSOProbation Violation4/3/13 Hollingsworth, Bruce52Wellington, KS812 N F Wellington, KsSUSOWarrant arrest (Burglary)4/4/13 Wolfenbarger, Benny R Jr48Clearwater, KS149 E 119th, Clearwater, KSSUSOBattery4/3/13 Campbell, Nicholas28Wellington, KSFinney County DetentionSUSOSumner County Warrant (X2)4/5/13 Chattin, Kevin19Wellington, KS812 N F Wellington, KsSUSOPossession of certain opiate and Possession of Paraphernalia and obstruction of legal process / Probation violation4/4/13 Smith, Gerald62Coffeyville, KS1300 S MeridianSUSOBurglary (x2), Theft (x2). Criminal damage to prop (x2)4/4/13 Stallings, Traci33Wellington, KS316 S. Washington, Wellington, KSWellington PDSU Warrant – Forgery & CL Warrant – Worthless check4/3/13 Chattin, Kimberly46Wellington, KS812 N F Wellington, KsSUSOPossession of certain opiate and Possession of Paraphernalia and obstruction of legal process4/4/13 Gillette, Virginia H53Wichita, KS777 Kansas Star Dr, Mulvane, KSKRGCPossession of certain stimulant and Possession of Paraphernalia4/3/13 Rash, Alan42Fargo, ND119th and 81SUSOSumner County Warrant4/4/13 KRGC1 KHP1 Monday 0800Â toÂ Monday 0800Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 4/1/2013 thru 4/8/2013 Newman, Nichole L32Augusta, KS777 Kansas Star Dr, Mulvane, KSSUSOTheft, Criminal Trespass, Driminal Damage to property4/8/13 Green, Nicole24Wichita, KS1400 N Seneca, MulvaneSUSODriving while suspended4/5/13 Bickel, Deric20Wellington, KS610 E Hillside wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence4/5/13 BOOKINGS Wellington PD1 Andreason, Justin33Dickinson, Tx1357 N US 81SUSODUI, Refusal of PBT, Refusal of blood test4/7/13 Simon, Travis18Cheney, Ks900 N K-49 HwySUSODUI, Minor in possession, Failure to report accident, Falsely reporting crime4/7/13 Dryden, Garrett23Wichita, KS1000 N Oliver, Belle PlaineBPPDDUI4/7/13 Harris, Shawna26Wichita, KS1400 E US 166SUSODriving while suspended, License restrictions4/5/13 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arr Sumner18 Sumner, Debra56Garden City KS200 S Ohio Oxford KSOxfordBattery4/1/13 Belleplaine PD1 Williams, Timothy52Wichita, KS1100 E US 166, South Haven, KsSUSODriving while suspended, Transporting open container4/6/13 Oxford PD1 Bailey, Keron D37Wichita, KSSedgwick CountySG SOHere for Court4/3/13 Schneipp, Wade32Wichita, KS100 E 119th Peck KsSUSODUI, Liability insurance, Illegal registration, Refuse blood test4/6/13 read more
By FFWPU Czech Republic, Martine MasnerOn September 24th, we held a 1-day workshop as a preparation for the Ceremony of Special Grace and the 4 Holy Items. Mr. Rainer Fuchs, our regional director, came to visit our nation and gave 3 lectures centered on Divine Principle, True Parents’ life course and Building Cheon Il Guk and Vision 2020. 65 people attended this event with a very high spirit, after we had a 40-day preparation period for it.On Sunday, Sept. 25th, we held the Ceremony for the 4 Holy Items and the Special Grace Ceremony. All participants expressed their gratefulness, and new determination! For our nation it is like receiving the blessing from the Holy Spirit. Thank you, True Mother, for this revival and opportunity to make a new beginning!