Baltimore Sun : 2019-09-11

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11 SPORTS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 | | THE BALTIMORE SUN AUCTIONS REAL ESTATE AUCTION AUTO AUCTION GALLERYAuc­tion ★★★ ★★★ TWO COmpleTely RenOvaTed TOWnhOmes FedeRal hill $150,000 Suggested Opening Bid SALES EVERY THURSDAY • Next Sale: Thursday, September 12 RIDGELY’S DELIGHT th Thurs., September 12 Begins at 12pm Open Bot w k g t c to st ! Sale starts 8 am, Registrati­on & Inspection starts 7 am. hOuse Fine Jewelry from the Estate of Marcia Geser, Including: A2..5CaratDiam­ondRing, 18K GoldJewelr­y; ACollectio­n of HermesLuxu­ryAccessor­ies; Sterling Silver, Featuring: ALargeColl­ection of Repousse; Also 8DoubleEag­le GoldCoins, ASelection of USCurrency& Silver Bullion; ACollectio­n of 50Leica & Zeiss Cameras; AndMore Bot pro rt O 1 ho r pr or to a ct o s t r , s t. 7t 1-3 tion TruckAuc Car& Opposite University of Maryland, Baltimore Featuring repossesse­d assets from area Credit Unions, Banks and other Financial Institutio­ns. O -pr a ct o : HIGH EXPOSURE 114 W. Cro st., B t., md 21230 COMMERCIAL BUILDING NOTE:OT 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. T r , s t b r 12t @ 12:00 $150,000 Opening Bid - $15,000 Deposit Required To view autos being offered this week go to: th Sat., 1118 l st, B t., md 21230 September 14 Begins at 10am Off-Street Parking Zoned C-1: Commercial T r , s t b r 12t @ 1:00 PUBLIC WELCOME! AnExquisit­e Collection of ModernArt, Featuring: HermanMari­l, Otto Mueller, Fernand Leger, Georg Baselitz, Georges Braque, Alberto Giacometti & Georges Rouault; Period, Mid-Century Modern& Contempora­ry Furniture; Decorative Arts, Presenting: Decorative Lighting, Sculpture, Bronzes, AHerend“QueenVicto­ria” Dinner Set & ALargeColl­ection of Meissen Groups & Figurines; Fine Oriental Rugs; AndMore $125,000 Opening Bid - $10,000 Deposit Required Sale On Premises 4805 Philadelph­ia Road, Belcamp, MD 21017 1300 Business Center Way, Edgewood MD 21040 410-879-7950 713 W. PRATT ST. J ff B g 443-956-2628 [email protected]­ www.jhlauction­ 410-424-5456 • Formerly Known As “Peace & A Cup of Joe” REAL ESTATE AUCTION Shapiro, Sher, Guinot & Sandler East of MLK Jr. Boulevard Baltimore City, MD 21201 250 W. Pratt Street, 20th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 385-0202 $125,000 Suggested Opening Bid S. BALTIMORE WED., SEPT. 18 AT 11:00 A.M. FORECLOSUR­E AUCTION “Federal Hill Area” ABINGDON Both days to besold live in the Alex Cooper Gallery with online simulcast bidding. 3 STORY TOWNHOME A $15,000 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. OWneR RelOCaTiOn sale GORGeOus hOme On 1.5 aCRes “Monmouth Meadows” - Needs Renovation - Please see our web site or call for complete details, photos & terms. Sale On Premises 908 York Rd, Towson, MD TWO STORY COLONIAL HOME 1642 S. CHARLES ST. 4 Bedrooms ♦ 3.5 Baths ♦ Garage Inground Swimming Pool PREVIEW: Tues.-Fri., Sept 10-13 » 10am – 4pm Baltimore, MD 21230 112 E. Lake Avenue Baltimore, MD 21212 WED., SEPT. 18 - 1:00 P.M. Sale On Premises Please see our web site or call for complete details, photos & terms. 602 FORFAR COURT Auction on the premises: Harford County, MD 21009 • MDDLLR #2503 410-828-4838 • Email: [email protected] A $10,000 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. TUES., SEPT. 17, 2019 ♦ AT 11:00 A.M. Thurs., Sept. 26th @1pm 410- 296- 8440 Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. No Buyer’s Premium A $25,000 deposit by cashier’s check is required of the buyer at time and place of sale. Open hOuse Preview property day of Auction: noon -1 pm s t r , s t. 14t 12-2 Scott W. Foley and Steven W. Parker, Substitute Trustees Opening Bid: $350,000 | Deposit: $25,000 Geoffrey L. Forman, Solicitor Cohen & Forman, LLC 334 St. Paul Pl. 21202 No Buyer’s Premium SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES’ AUCTION 410- 296- 8440 410- 296- 8440 2-STORY COLONIAL STYLE HOME J v T b rg TRUSTEES’ AUCTION • 410.274.5955 HAMPDEN [email protected]­ www.jhlauction­ 410.424.5456 • Two Story, Porchfront Auction to be held on the premises BRICK TOWNHOME 3002 MERRYMANS MILL RD. PHOENIX, MD 21131 ESTATE AUCTION YOUR PERFECT OWneR RelOCaTiOn auCTiOn COndO aT The WaRRinGTOn - Partially Renovated Shell - OVERSTUFFE­D WAREHOUSE Furniture, Collectibl­es, Oil Paintings Sports, China and Antiques Sale On Premises 1003 W. 38TH ST. THURS., SEPTEMBER 19 AT 10:00 AM Off Roland Ave. 21211 Saturday September 14 at 3pm* early start* JOB 4 BR, 2.5 BA colonial style home. 3908 N. Charles St., #500 Baltimore, MD 21218 WED., SEPT. 11 AT 2:00 P.M. Previews are Friday 12pm to 7pm, Saturday 12pm to 3pm For details see or bdudleyand­ 9542 Deereco rd. Timonium, Md. 21093 • Ph. 410-252-9800 Two story, covered porchfront, inside-group brick townhome, built in 1880, containing 798 sq. ft. of living area and 364 sq. ft. of basement space. The home was being renovated into a two-bedroom, two-bath home with new kitchen, baths, flooring and HVAC. Lot size 13’3” x 60’ m/l. In fee simple. Auction on the premises: Wed., Sept. [email protected] Call Paul Cooper at 443-470-1437. $20,000 Deposit. Full terms & conditions available on our website. IS WAITING Preview property day of Auction: 9 am -11 am 410-828-4838 • WWW.ALEXCOOPER.COM Opening Bid: $500,000 | Deposit: $35,000 Search jobs. Post your resume. Stand out from the crowd. your home puBliC auCTiOn sale villa aT GRey ROCK J v T b rg • 410.274.5955 has never been No Buyer’s Premium [email protected]­ so easy. www.jhlauction­ 410.424.5456 • 129 Old House Court Baltimore, MD 21208 advertise. 410- 296- 8440 baltimores­ Auction on the premises: THE AUCTION COMPANIES Fri., Sept. 27th @ 11am Open hOuse O’Connor, Hammel& Butler, P.A. s t r , s t. 14t 3-5 100 West Road - Suite 215 Towson, MD 21204 Preview property day of Auction: 9 am -11 am Opening Bid: $250,000 | Deposit: $20,000 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES’ AUCTION Renting a home? WESTMINSTE­R CHECK OUR WEBSITES FOR ALL UPCOMING FORECLOSUR­E J v T b rg • 410.274.5955 [email protected]­ Near McDaniel College www.jhlauction­ • 410.424.5456 Circa 1800 TWO STORY FARMHOUSE www.TidewaterA­ www.Mid-AtlanticAu­ www.MDCAuction­ 3 Bedrooms Bath Attic ♦ ♦ aBsOluTe auCTiOns TO hiGhesT BiddeR OveR $50,000 Sale On Premises 8 HERSH AVE. Carroll County, MD 21157 410-825-2900 TUES., SEPT. 17 AT 2:00 P.M. COmmeRCial BuildinGs KnOWn as 217-221 W. s r tog 223 W. s r tog st., B t or , md 21201 A $10,000 deposit by cashier’s check is required of the winning bidder at time of sale. Go to PUBLIC AUCTION O -pr a ct o to b o BUTCHERS HILL Please see our website or call for complete details, photos and terms. T r , s t b r 20, 2019 @ 11:00 11:30 www.baltimores­ FREESTANDI­NG No Buyer’s Premium RESTAURANT BUILDING $50,000 Opening Bid for both 217-221 and 223 $5,000 Deposit Required for both 217-221 and 223 James D. O’Connor and/or Ellyn S. Butler, Substitute Trustees - Adjoining Castle Street Park - 7-Day Liquor License Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Sale On Premises J ff B g • 443-956-2628 2031 E. FAIRMOUNT AVENUE [email protected]­ Known As: “The Life of Reilly” Baltimore City, MD 21231 www.jhlauction­ 410-424-5456 • THURS., SEPT. 12, 2019 ♦ AT 2:00 P.M. 410- 296- 8440 - Suggested Opening Bid: $250,000 - A $25,000 cashier’s check deposit is required to bid. Please see our web site or call for complete details, photos & terms. Selling a car? 410- 296- 8440 Go to www.baltimores­ the new york times crossword Frank Stewart Bridge Play no. 0807 East dealer Both sides vulnerable “You’ve written that learning from one’s mistakes is essential,” one of my club’s seniors said to me. “Certainly,” I nodded. “Well,” he sighed, “it would be helpful if I could remember more of mine.” My friend had no problem recalling today’s deal. He was declarer at four spades, and dummy hit with strikingly good trump support. West led a heart: five, queen, ace. South then (questionab­ly) led the nine of trumps to finesse, and East won and returned a trump. Declarer next led the A-K and a third diamond. He hoped East would win, but West took the queen and led a club, and East got the queen and ace. Down one. ACROSS 62 Alert for a distracted driver 63 Summer hat 66 “Language” that explains the answers to the six starred clues 68 Added a comment, with “in” 69 Eau, across the Pyrenees 70 Troupe grp. 71 Indiana hoopsters 72 Ink 73 Finish (up) NORTH A J 10 8 3 2 5 A94 KJ7 1 “Today” network 4 Ali Baba, for one 8 Main component of a crab shell 14 Something to roll over, for short 15 Daughter of Cronus 16 ___ mama (rum drink) 17 *Scarcity 19 Ready to turn in 20 “I’m off!” 21 Oslo Accords grp. 22 “Talking” tree of a Tennyson poem 23 *Futuristic film of 1982 25 *Amazement 30 Places to stay 32 Softball 33 High on the Scoville scale 36 Cover completely 38 Fashion designer Sui 39 Go for the gold? 40 *Lay waste to 43 “Law & Order” figs. 44 Take too much of, briefly 46 Nuisance 47 Many a bike lock, essentiall­y 49 Regular at Waikiki, e.g. 51 Rice-shaped pasta 53 *Magnificen­t 55 *Oaf 59 Sit in the cellar, say 60 Livener of an empty wall ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ WEST 4 J642 Q 10 8 10 6 4 3 2 EAST K5 K Q 10 8 7 3 J7 AQ8 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ SOUTH Q976 A9 K6532 95 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ East 1 2 All Pass South Pass 2 West Pass 3 North Dbl 4 ♥ ♥ ♠ ♥ ♠ ♥ Opening lead — 2 DOWN 1 Many a flower girl 2 Hard drive, essentiall­y 3 Gemology unit 4 “That’s the spot!” 5 Grader’s tool 6 Kazakhstan’s ___ Sea 7 Habitat for alligators and crawdads 8 ___ Sports (March Madness broadcaste­r) 9 Celestial circles 10 “Message received” 11 National sport of South Korea 12 Jackanapes 13 Bill-blocking vote 18 Like an inner tube 24 One-named singer with four Grammys 26 In the vicinity of It may be roaming overseas TRUMP FINESSE South needed to set up the diamonds without letting West get in. South does best to let East win the first heart! South can win the next heart, pitching a diamond from dummy, lose the trump finesse and win the trump return. South can then take the top diamonds and ruff a diamond. He gets to his hand with a trump to discard two clubs on the good diamonds. By Jeff Chen DAILY QUESTION ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S PU LE ♠ ♣ ♥ You hold: Q976 A9 K6532 9 5. Your partner opens one heart, you respond one spade, he bids two diamonds and you raise to three diamonds. Partner then bids three hearts. What do you say? Partner suggests six hearts, four diamonds and extra strength. If he had a minimum with that same pattern, his second bid would often have been two hearts (or, if he bid two diamonds, he would have passed you at three diamonds). You should bid four hearts. 28 Record of a single year 29 Brewer’s supply 31 Conceptual framework 33 Slangy “What if …” 34 “The Taming of the Shrew” setting 35 Lifeless? 37 Nail-biters during March Madness 41 Urge on 42 Yellow citrus fruit used in Japanese cuisine 45 Battle between Giants and Titans, maybe 48 Louis ___, South Africa’s first P.M. 50 Certain German wheels, informally 52 Low-grade liquor 54 Talk to loudly 56 ___-eater 57 Absinthe flavor 58 “See what I’m talkin’ ’bout?” 61 Latvia’s capital 63 Hallucinog­enic inits. 64 “I’ve got it!” 65 Sides of some buses 67 Vegas opener? ♦ ANSWER: ©2019 Tribune Content Agency, LLC Selling merchandis­e? 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, ($39.95 a year). Share tips: Crosswords for young solvers: learning/xwords. Go to www.baltimores­ 27 9/11/19

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