Baltimore Sun : 2019-02-11

RAVENS : 17 : 7

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7 SPORTS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019 | | THE BALTIMORE SUN AUCTIONS SPECTACULAR 189 +/- ACRE ESTATE IN WORTHINGTON VALLEY Deborah C. Dopkin, Trustee Brooklandville, MD 21022 LENDER ORDERED AUCTIONS TRUSTEE’S AUCTION - $200,000 Suggested Opening Bid - 2 HOMES IN BALTIMORE CITY MONKTON Auctions to be held on the premises & online simulcast Two Story Contemporary CUSTOM HOME ON 5.66± ACRES FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH With Outbuildings Sale On Premises 12:00 PM 17207 TROYER ROAD 1310 N. CAREY ST. BALTIMORE, MD21217 3 Bedroom plus bonus room, 2 full bath brick townhome in need of renovation. Features include: wood type floors, replacement windows, fenced in backyard. Just North of Shepperd Road Baltimore County, MD 21111 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019 AT 11:00 A.M. (Inspection 10:00 A.M.) Home features two story foyer with curved staircase, fully equipped eat-in kitchen with massive island and bar seating, multiple living areas, master bedroom suite with fireplace, cathedral ceiling and master bath, 3 additional bedrooms and hall bath, 2 half-baths, theater and recreation rooms, stable, storage building, fenced corrals, circular driveway. A $25,000 deposit bycashier’s checkis required of the buyer at time of sale. 12:15 PM 1321 N. CAREY ST. BALTIMORE, MD21217 4 bedroom, 2 full bath brick townhome in need of renovation. Features include: fenced in backyard, wood type floors, replacement windows Please see our web site or call for complete details, photos & terms. 4101 Butler Road, Glyndon, MD 21136 No Buyer’s Premium 410- 296- 8440 Auction to be held on the premises on www.ajbillig.com Saturday, February 23 at 1:00pm Call Full terms & conditions available on our website. Carley Cooper at 410-830-0766. 410-828-4838 • WWW.ALEXCOOPER.COM REAL ESTATE AUCTION Opening bid - $1,500,000 | $50,000 Deposit required NORTHERN BALTIMORE COUNTY REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS REAL ESTATE AUCTION “Sparks - Hunt Valley” On the Respective Premises $150,000 Suggested Opening Bid CLASS A OFFICE CONDO UNITS THURS., FEB. 21 Julie Van Tilburg 410-274-5955 [email protected] www.jhlauctioneers.com 410-424-5456 • • SW BALTIMORE Top Level Space - 3 Story Brick Building Potential for Prominent Sign At 2:00 P.M. • Porchfront Townhome HEAVY INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTOR’S YARD Suite 300 - 12,243± s.f. Office Suite 3636 KESWICK RD. High End Legal/Financial Finishes $1,000,000 Suggested Opening Bid AUTO AUCTION Peal Auction ★★★ ★★★ Suite 310 - 4,943± s.f. Adjacent Shell OneBlockNorthofTheAvenue $300,000 Suggested Opening Bid “HAMPDEN” 21211 0.60± Acre Zoned I-2 Friday Feb 15, 5PM 1720 Joan Ave, Parkville 21234 Preview 12 Noon. Traditional Furn., Photography equip incl. several cameras, Gold Estate Jewelry, lge assortment of other jewelry, Vintage Clocks, 1983 Orioles World Series collectibles, Baltimore Colts items, Quality Oriental rugs, Power & hand tools, unusual Art work from Mays Chapel Estate, much more. SALES EVERY THURSDAY • Next Sale: ♦ Ideal for Company Headquarters or Office Share/Co-Working Facility Office & Apartment Building Multi-Unit Residential Building Garages and Outbuildings $75,000 suggested opening bid Thursday, FEBRUARY 14 - two story covered porchfront brick townhome, 6 rooms and bath, basement, central air, fenced rear courtyard, lot 14’ x 70’ m/l. Deposit $7,500 Sale On Premises 954 RIDGEBROOK ROAD Sale starts 8 am, Registration & Inspection starts 7 am. Sale On Premises Off York Road, Sparks Glencoe, MD 21152 tion TruckAuc Car&& ♦ 3301-3307 ENGLISH CONSUL AVE. WED., FEB. 13, 2019 AT 11:00 A.M. Featuring repossessed assets from area Credit Unions, Banks and other Financial Institutions. Located in the Highlands Corporate Office Park, about three miles north of Hunt Valley. At 3:00 P.M. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. 1 Block North of PatapscoAve. Baltimore, Maryland 21230 Porchfront Townhome 2925 CRESMONT AVE. NOTE:O ay In order to Bid on a car a $1,000 cash deposit is required and refunded day of sale if a purchase is not made. If you are attending the Public Sale and not bidding a deposit is not required. 410- 296- 8440 WED., FEB. 20 AT 11:00 A.M. Two Blocks West of Johns Hopkins University www.bscamerica.com To view autos being offered this week go to: www.ajbillig.com Please see our website or call for complete details, photos & terms. Guy Tamberino, Auctioneer Peal / Estate Solutions “REMINGTON” 21211 Auction conducted in collaboration with PUBLIC WELCOME! No Buyer’s Premium. AGM Commercial Real Estate Advisors 410-665-0900 • 443-990-2424 $100,000 suggested opening bid 4805 Philadelphia Road, Belcamp, MD 21017 1300 Business Center Way, Edgewood MD 21040 410-879-7950 - two story covered porchfront brick townhome, 6 rooms and 2 baths, basement with den or 4th bedroom, wood sun deck and rear courtyard, lot 20’x107’ m/l. Located one block from Wyman Park. 24 hr. security. Deposit $10,000 PUBLIC AUCTION SALE 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP 4 Renovated Units THE AUCTION COMPANIES 20 W. Bel Air Avenue Aberdeen, MD 21001 Deposits, as stated above, payable by cashier’s check are required of the buyer at time and place of sale. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. Carroll S. Klingelhofer III, Attorney at Law Excellent Retail Space 19 W. Bel Air Avenue Aberdeen, MD 21001 Auction to be held on the premises on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 1:00pm ATTORNEY’S AUCTION CHECK OUR WEBSITES FOR ALL UPCOMING FORECLOSURE No Buyer’s Premium Opening bid - $250,000 | $20,000 deposit required Auction to be held on the premises on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 1:30pm of Four Bedroom Brick Home With Garage on 1.4 Acre Lot Opening bid - $250,000 | $20,000 deposit required www.TidewaterAuctions.com www.Mid-AtlanticAuctioneers.com www.MDCAuctioneers.com Jeff Baughman• 443-956-2628 [email protected]•410-424-5456 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com Jeff Baughman• 443-956-2628 [email protected]•410-424-5456 410-825-2900 Blackford & Flohr, LLC PUBLIC AUCTION William Paul Blackford, Esquire 513 Benfield Road, Suite 302 Severna Park, MD 21146 John W. Anderson Sheriff of Baltimore City SHERIFF’S SALE ESTATE SALE MAINT. SHOP EQUIP. 2 DIXIE CHOPPERS, JD 455 DIESEL TRACTOR, STIHL PWR EQUIP, TOOLS 12116 Boxer Hill Road Cockeysville, MD 21030 at Padonia & Falls Roads $15,000SuggestedOpeningBid CEDMONT BROOKLYN PARK BUNGALOW BRICK & SIDING CAPE COD HOME Sale On Premises 5304 BALLMAN AVE. Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 @ 11:00 am 3 Bedrooms ♦ 1.5 Baths Central Air Conditioning OffChurchSt.,A.A. Co., MD21225 HEMACO MGMT SHOP HESS ENT. THURS., FEB. 21 AT 11:00 A.M. Sale On Premises 5902 EURITH AVENUE A $2,500 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. 780 W. BEL AIR AVENUE, REAR Please see our web site or call for complete details, photos & terms. ABERDEEN, MD 21001 Baltimore, MD 21206 THURS., FEB. 14 AT 10:30 A.M. your home Wed Feb 13, 2019 @ 10 am, Preview @ 9 am 400 Allegheny Avenue Towson, MD 21204 410-823-3993 www.stevedance.com A $5,000 deposit, payable by certified check or cashier’s check, will be required of the purchaser at time and place of sale. has never been 410- 296- 8440 so easy. www.ajbillig.com 400 Allegheny Avenue Towson, MD 21204 • 410-823-3993 www.stevedance.com Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. Selling a home? No Buyer’s Premium advertise.baltimoresun.com Go to www.baltimoresun.com/advertiser 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com the new york times crossword Bridge Play Frank Stewart no. 0107 “How’s your daughter doing in college?” I asked Unlucky Louie. “She’s struggling with a course in classical literature,” Louie said. “She told me that a lack of knowledge about Greek mythology is her Achilles’ elbow.” Bridge involves technical knowledge as well as experience and focus. At today’s grand slam, South won the first diamond with the king and took the A-K of trumps. When West discarded, declarer continued with the ace and a third diamond. He would have been safe if diamonds had split 3-3 or if East held four, but as it was, East ruffed for down one. South’s technique was lacking. He can cash the ace of clubs at Trick Two, then take dummy’s high hearts to pitch his jack of clubs. He ruffs a club with a high trump and gets to dummy with the king and queen of trumps to ruff two more clubs high. South can then draw the missing trump, go to the ace of diamonds to discard a diamond on the good fifth club and win the 13th trick with his last high diamond. 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You open one spade, your partner bids two hearts, you rebid two spades and he tries 2NT. What do you say? If your hand had been any stronger, you might have bid three spades or three diamonds at your second turn. Since partner has invited game, you must make sure you get there. Bid four spades. 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