Baltimore Sun : 2019-08-13

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8 SPORTS THE BALTIMORE SUN | | TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2019 CARROLL COUNTY FORECLOSUR­E AUCTIONS John C. Heisler, Attorney • Heisler Williams & Lazzaro LLC PUBLIC AUCTION SALE RENOVATED ELLICOTT CITY HOME 102 W. Pennsylvan­ia Ave. 21204 ESTATE AUCTION $75,000 Suggested Opening Bid 9421 Old Frederick Rd. Ellicott City, MD 21042 EDGEWOOD TWO STORY FARMHOUSE Arranged for 4 Rental Units Auction on the premises: Friday, August 16th, 1pm Sale On Premises 2501 PHILADELPH­IA ROAD Preview day of Auction 11am – 1pm Opening Bid: $300,000 Deposit: $20,000 MD-7, Corner Van Bibber Road Harford County, MD 21040 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2019 AT 2:00 P.M. Julie Van Tilburg • 410-274-5955 [email protected]­eers.com A $10,000 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos & terms. Nobuyer’s premium. www.jhlauction­eers.com • 410-424-5456 Estate of Donald Carroll Eccleston 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com THE AUCTION COMPANIES HOLLOWAY & SULLIVAN, LLC One North Charles Street - Suite 2525, Baltimore, MD 21201 GUARDIAN’S SALE WESTMINSTE­R CHECK OUR WEBSITES FOR ALL UPCOMING FORECLOSUR­E BUNGALOW - ON 0.27± ACRE Sale On Premises 2740 OLD WASHINGTON ROAD www.TidewaterA­uctions.com www.Mid-AtlanticAu­ctioneers.com www.MDCAuction­eers.com Near Nicodemus Road, Carroll County, MD 21157 THURS., AUGUST 15 ♦ AT 11:00 A.M. - Suggested Opening Bid: $50,000 - A$7,500 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos & terms. 410-825-2900 No Buyer’s Premium 410- 296- 8440 Jeffrey H. Gray, Attorney at Law ESTATE AUCTION www.ajbillig.com 3 BEDROOM HOME CORNER LOT Rob Goldman Legal Solutions 6800-B Holabird Ave. 21222 REAL ESTATE AUCTION 2740 Georgetown Road, Baltimore, MD 21230 Maryland Eastern Shore Wednesday August 14, 2019 @ 11 AM REAL ESTATE AUCTION $100,000 Suggested Opening Bid CHESTER PARKVILLE - CARNEY 400 Allegheny Avenue • Towson, MD 21204 • 410-823-3993 Circa 1877 TWO STORY HOME LawOffices ofAdamJ. Roa, P.C. 401 Washington Ave., Ste. 803 Towson, MD 21204 ABSOLUTE 4 Bedrooms ♦ 2 Baths Garage & Shop Building REAL ESTATE AUCTION “Ronleigh Heights” Sale On Premises To the Highest Bidder Above $5,000 ESTATE AUCTION 624 DOMINION ROAD BRICK SPLIT-LEVEL HOME $150,000 Suggested Opening Bid SHIPLEY HILL MD-552, 1 Mile South of US 50/301 SUMMIT PARK TWO STORY TOWNHOME Queen Anne’s Co., MD 21619 3 Bedrooms ♦ 1.5 Baths Mid-Century Modern Renovation Needed THURS., AUG. 22 AT 11:00 A.M. Sale On Premises SPLIT-LEVEL HOME Sale On Premises 2911 2ND AVE. 3 BRs ♦ 2.5 Baths ♦ Carport 2502 W. BALTIMORE ST. Off Harford Rd. north of I-695 Baltimore County, MD 21234 - RENOVATION NEEDED - $100,000 Suggested Opening Bid Sale On Premises Near Catherine St. 21223 Brick home situated on 0.66 acre, bounded by large farm. Some updating is needed. A $10,000 deposit by cashier’s check is required at time of sale. 2413 HUNT DR. WED., AUG. 14 AT 11:00 A.M. TUES., AUG. 20 AT 10:30 A.M. Baltimore Co., MD 21209 WED., AUGUST 21 AT 11:00 A.M. Nice home in a great location, needs updating. A $10,000 deposit by cashier’s check is required at time and place of sale. Three bedroom townhouse. $2,500 cashier’s check deposit required to bid. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos & terms. A $20,000 deposit by cashier’s check will be required to bid. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. Please see our website or calll for complete details, photos and terms. Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. No Buyer’s Premium No Buyer’s Premium No Buyer’s Premium No Buyer’s Premium 410- 296- 8440 410- 296- 8440 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com www.ajbillig.com www.ajbillig.com 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com AUTO AUCTION ★★★ ★★★ SALES EVERY THURSDAY • Next Sale: Robert C. Lidston, Attorney 1334 Sulphur Spring Road Halethorpe, MD 21227 Thursday, August 15 ESTATE AUCTION Sale starts 8 am, Registrati­on & Inspection starts 7 am. POINT PLEASANT tion TruckAuc Car& Featuring repossesse­d assets from area Credit Unions, Banks and other Financial Institutio­ns. BUNGALOW Water views to Marley Creek NOTE:OT Sale On Premises 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. 1742 MARLEY AVE. www.bscamerica.com To view autos being offered this week go to: Selling a pet? Glen Burnie, MD 21060 PUBLIC WELCOME! FRIDAY, AUG. 16 AT 11:00 A.M. 4805 Philadelph­ia Road, Belcamp, MD 21017 1300 Business Center Way, Edgewood MD 21040 410-879-7950 Suggested Starting Bid: $70,000 A $5,000 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. Go to Please see our web site or call for complete details, photos & terms. Go to www.baltimores­un.com/advertiser Selling a pet? www.baltimores­un.com/advertiser 410- 296- 8440 www.ajbillig.com the new york times crossword no. 0709 Frank Stewart Bridge Play South dealer Both sides vulnerable A reader says he and his partner argued after today’s tumultuous deal. When North opened two clubs, East boosted the bidding to the five level. “I couldn’t act over that,” my reader writes, “but when my partner doubled, I bid five spades. He bid six. “I won West’s heart lead with the king and led a trump. When East discarded, I couldn’t ruff my fourth heart in dummy without losing a trump to West’s jack, so I went after the diamonds: A-K and a diamond ruff. West overruffed, and I also lost a heart.” ACROSS 59 Folgers alternativ­e 62 A/C meas. 63 Word in brackets after a mistake 64 Cottontail, redundantl­y 67 Get ___ on (ace) 68 Can’t be found at the office 69 One of 10 in bowling 70 Pro ___ 71 Selfdescri­ption after a major lifestyle change 72 Exhorted 1 So far 6 Jazz style 11 Not an exact amount: Abbr. 14 Note from a 6-Down that might give you jitters 15 Plains tribe 16 To the ___ degree 17 Experience, redundantl­y 19 Opus ___ 20 Prefix with tourism 21 Come after 22 “Victory is mine!” 23 Like some telephones and tires 25 Snitch, redundantl­y 28 Novelist Morrison 29 Dark force, in Chinese philosophy 32 Hoi polloi, with “the” 33 Smidgen 35 “The Highwayman” poet 37 Angsty music genre 38 Moolah, redundantl­y 41 Automated producer of spam 44 5/8/1945 45 Popeye’s creator E. C. ___ 49 Spaced out mentally 51 Track relentless­ly 53 Singer India.___ 54 Hack, redundantl­y 56 F equivalent 58 “Anybody ___?” NORTH AKQ A62 AK762 Q 10 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ WEST J54 Q J 10 8 5 QJ 432 EAST None 9 10 9 8 3 AKJ98765 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ SOUTH 10 9 8 7 6 3 2 K743 54 None ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ South Pass Pass 5 West Pass Pass Pass North 2 Dbl 6 East 5 Pass All Pass ♣ ♣ ♠ ♠ ♥ Opening lead — Q DOWN JUSTIFIED 1 Different sides to observe 2 Ship’s galley worker 3 “Give me a simple answer!” 4 911 responder, for short 5 Giggle 6 Head honcho 7 Question to a backstabbe­r 8 Rude person in the bleachers 9 Contractio­n sung twice in the first verse of “The Star-Spangled Banner” 10 College subj. that covers Freud 11 How train cars are linked 12 Feminist Gloria 13 “Really?” 18 ___ 500 22 Hypothetic­als 24 The “D” of D.J. 26 “You got that right!” 27 Shocks, in a way “I think North should pass five spades. He insists he was justified in going on because I wouldn’t have bid five unless I expected to make it.” I understand North’s bid. In fact, the bidding was fine since six spades was cold. After South takes one high trump, he can lead dummy’s queen of clubs and pitch a diamond! South ruffs the next club, takes the ace of diamonds, ruffs a diamond and draws trumps. He ruffs a diamond and returns to dummy for the two good diamonds. By Bruce Haight DAILY QUESTION ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S P LE 46 Potpourri 47 Broadcast slot 48 Said (to be) 50 Shakespear­ean cry before “What, are you mad?” 52 One of 10 in a ten-speed 55 At this point 57 Problem that has ballooned 60 E pluribus ___ 61 Memory unit 64 Recycling container 65 Not let go to waste 66 “I’m f-f freezing!” 30 How many TV shows are viewed nowadays 31 Wanderer 34 Pandemoniu­m 36 Quickly change one’s mind back and forth 39 Video game giant 40 “You got that right!” 41 Goes for, as when bobbing for apples 42 Like laundry being dried outdoors 43 Subject of an I.R.S. consumer warning ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ You hold: A K Q A6 2 AK 7 6 2 Q 10. You open two clubs (strong, artificial), your partner responds two diamonds (negative or waiting), you bid 2NT and he bids 4NT. What do you say? Your first two bids showed balanced pattern with 23 or 24 points, or a good-looking 22. Partner’s 4NT is not ace-asking but a “quantitati­ve” try for slam, just as a raise of a 1NT opening to 2NT would invite game. Since your values are minimum, pass. ANSWER: ©2019 Tribune Content Agency, LLC Annual subscripti­ons are available for the best of Sunday crosswords from the last 50 years: 1-888-7-ACROSS. Online subscripti­ons: Today’s puzzle and more than 2,000 past puzzles, nytimes.com/crosswords ($39.95 a year). Share tips: nytimes.com/wordplay. Crosswords for young solvers: nytimes.com/ learning/xwords. , - % ! " ! # $ ! % $ & ! ' () ! " $ ! ## % * & " $ $ " # ! " $ # & * ! $ ! % ! ## # & " $ ! $" $ " & + % 8/13/19

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