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Thursday, September 30, 2004 The Leaf-Chronicle ft SPORTS ft www.theleafchronicle.com Page C7 D.C. Continued from C1 move to Washington next seasoa The announcement came one day before the anniversary of the Senators' final game. The team moved to Texas after the 1971 season, the last time a major league team moved. "It's a day when the sun is setting in Montreal, but it's rising in Washington," Expos president Tony Tavares told a news conference in Montreal The Expos lost their final game in Olympic Stadium 9-1 to Florida on Wednesday night before a crowd of 31395, about four times this season's average. At least one person was unhappy with the move. The game was delayed 10 minutes in the third inning after someone threw a golf ball that landed near second base and the players were pulled off the field. Relocation of the Expos is subject to certain contingencies, including a vote by team owners in November and passage of legislation by the Washington's City Council to build a ballpark on the Anacostia River waterfront, south of the Capitol. "There has been tremendous growth in the Washington, D.C, area over the last 33 years, and we in Major League Baseball believe that baseball will be welcomed there and will be a great success," commissioner Bud Selig said. The team will play for three seasons at RFK Stadium while a new ballpark is built. The first home game will be April 15 against the Arizona Diamondbacks, according to the draft 2005 schedule that has been circulated to major league teams. The team opens the season April 4 at Philadelphia. Eager fans arrived early for the announcement at Washington's Greenfield Continued from C1 City Museum. A petition was cir- culated to name the team the "Washington Grays" in tribute to the Homestead Grays, a Negro League team that played in Washington in the 1930s and 1940s. Despite his cap, Williams said he doesn't want to recycle the Senators name for political reasons Washington doesn't have voting representation in the VS. Senate. Baseball has been looking for a new home for the Expos since the financially troubled team was bought by the other 29 major league owners in 2002. Las Vegas; Norfolk, Va,- Monterrey, Mexico; Portland, Ore.; and Northern Virginia also made bids, but Washington clearly took the lead during negotiations over recent weeks, strengthened by its wealthy population base and a financial package that would build a new stadium primarily with taxpayers' money. A crucial hurdle was cleared this week when baseball reached an understanding with Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos, who had previously objected to having a team move just 40 miles from his Camden Yards stadium; "Our negotiations with major league baseball are continuing," Angelos said in a statement issued Wednesday night "We have made substantial progress but have not yet reached an agreement Our aim has been to protect and preserve the Orioles franchise and the economic benefits it has generated for Baltimore for the past 50 years. Equally important have been our efforts to protect Maryland's investment in Camden Yards." Selig, in a conference call with reporters, declined to give specifics on the talks with Angelos. There is equity on all sides, and Peter has been treated fairly," Selig said Under the deal baseball is negotiating with Angelos, an appraiser would value the Orioles franchise, and the commissioner's office would guarantee its value for a period of time, a baseball official said Wednesday night on ftie condition of anonymity. The commissioner's office also would guarantee Baltimore's locally generated revenue for a period of time and assist in the creation of a regional sports network, the official said Selig called the relocation an "arduous, very, very difficult" process. "We don't want to hurt existing franchises," the commissioner said "On the other hand, we want to go to the best place we can go to." With the announcement made, the process of selling the Expos starts. A group that includes former Rangers partner Fred Malek has been seeking a Washington franchise for five years, but several other bidders are expected to-show interest Hearings will begin soon on the city's $440 million package that would include the new ballpark and $13 million for refurbishment of RFK. The money will come from a new tax on the city's largest businesses, a tax on baseball-related income and lease payments by the team's new owners. Washington needed confirmation from baseball this week because the ballpark legislation has to be introduced in the City Council by Friday in order for it to be passed by Dec. 3L when terms expire for several pro-baseball council members. debut on the ARCA Series circuit Sept 18 at Salem Speedway. Driving for Wayne Peterson, Greenfield qualified 32nd, but finished 12th in the Eddie Gilstrap Motors ARCA Fall Classic by Advance Auto Parts. It was the best finish of any driver in a Peterson car in six years. "I don't know really where to start," said Greenfield, a 2000 Clarksville Academy graduate. "I thought the ARCA cars would be a lot different than the late models because they've got 300 more horsepower and weigh 200 more pounds. "I thought it would be a big difference, but it was less of a learning curve than what I thought it would be." ARCA is the equivalent of a third-tier stock car circuit with NASCAR's Nextel Cup and Busch Series circuits being the top two. UARA (United Auto Racing Association) is a dedicated late model series that holds events throughout the Southeast It may have been Greenfield's first time inside an ARCA car, but if he has any say in the matter, it won't be his last. Hoping to follow in the tracks laid down by Clarksville drivers Jeff Purvis and Mark Day, Greenfield expects to be at Daytona in February, driving full time for an ARCA team. "I intend on being at Daytona in February and driving an ARCA car for somebody," Greenfield said. "Nothing is finalized or anything, but somehow or another, I will be in Daytona in February." Greenfield has searched diligently for ARCA sponsorship for two years, and knows the difficulty in finding someone willing to hand out a large sum of money to field a competitive race team, "Sponsorship is something I've been working on for two years, and there's not really an ABC method on how to get sponsorship," Greenfield said "Like everything else, it's kind of politicaL You try to meet the right people that are in positions in companies to give you sponsorship. I can't really comment, but I might have a few things in the works." Chevy White, a Columbia native and long-time ARCA driver, was pivotal in setting up Greenfield's first ARCA ride. White, who owns two ARCA cars, talked to Peterson when the ARCA circuit made a stop outside Chicago. Peterson and Greenfield talked the Monday before the race in Salem, and the deal became official. Greenfield's 12th-place finish was more impressive considering he had never driven an ARCA car, had never seen the Salem Speedway, and had just 15 practice laps before qualifying began. "That was really a surprise, and I guess I cant find the right words right now," Greenfield said "I had an overwhelming feeling of satisfaction and it surprised me how much of every emotion you have." Peterson, whose garage is in Boaz, Ak, is one of the smaller-budget ARCA teams, and the disparity in money was obvious when Greenfield's Nealco-Reid's Auto Color Chevrolet was hauled to the track on an open trailer. They parked in the infield alongside $400,000 Nextel Cup-caliber car haulers. Jason Jarrett, the son of Nextel Cup driver Dale Jarrett, won the ARCA race, and Steve Wallace, the son of Nextel Cup driver Rusty Wallace, won the UARA race at BristoL The final race of the ARCA season is Saturday at Talladega Su-perspeedway, but Greenfield won't be in the car. Peterson had already worked out an arrangement for another driver to race in ARCA's season finale. Greenfield still has a race left on the UARA circuit, which is set for Oct 9 at Music City Motorplex. Greenfield is a fourth-generation driver, but is the first in his family not to race on the drag racing circuit He's raced around the midstate level since his early teens, and has more than 170 career wins. He's raced at Highland Rim Speedway, Twin Fountains Raceway and Beach Bend Raceway in Bowling Green. Over the past three years, Greenfield has raced at Music City Motorplex, formely known as Nashville Fairgrounds. His ninth-place finish this year in the points standings came as the result of 12 top-10 finishes in 17 races. "Nashville is the No. 1 short track as far as local racing," Greenfield said. "It's sO' competitive in Nashville that (Salem Speeedway) was really almost like being in another Saturday night event in Nashville; that's the level of com-petitioa I was really prepared to compete at the ARCA leveL" Greenfield talked with Day before he raced at Salem Speedway, and knew what to expect before he arrived "Mark basically gave me things to expect as far as dealing with people in tech, and the different responsibilities you have competing at the ARCA level" said Greenfield who has received input from Purvis and Day during his racing career. 'It's a lot different than just showing up on Saturday night and racing, and it helped me know what to expect" Jimmy Trodglen is sports editor ol The Leaf-Chronicle and can be reached by e-mail at jlmrnytrodglentheleafchronicle.com or by phone at 245-0261. Ainge Continued from C1 the last two games. Ainge led the Vols on their final drive to set up a game-winning touchdown against Florida, and he played against Louisiana Tech until Tennessee was well ahead Ainge has completed 36 of 56 passes for 508 yards and eight touchdowns with one interception in three games. He ranks first in the Southeastern Conference and fourth in the nation in passing efficiency. Looks like the makings for a quarterback controversy, right? Coach Phillip Fulmer says no. "It's worked out well for us to play two guys," Fulmer said. "Whatever it takes for us to win games is what we are going to try to da" Fulmer has called them co-starters and indicated again Wednesday the order of play wasn't likely to change Saturday night when Tennessee (3-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) hosts No. 8 Auburn (4-0, 2-0). Ainge, the nephew of former NBA player and current Boston Celtics GM Danny Ainge, said he doesn't mind not being the starter. "The only thing about starting . for me is that it would be fun be-v cause I haven't done it yet" he said "The fact that it says Schaeffer 3-0, that kind of stuff doesn't really bother me at all" Schaeffer has no qualms either. Tm comfortable. I'm playing as a freshman, splitting time, and most of all, we're winning. That's the best thing about it" he said Ainge said he finds advantages and disadvantages to starting and not starting. "If I wait the first two series I can see what the defense is doing," he said "Auburn said they had something planned for us. If I don't start, which would be fine with me, I'll get two series to sit there and see what they got for us." Ainge wasiVt the highest rated QB prospect Tennessee was recruiting last year. Neither was Schaeffer of Deerfield Beach, Fla. Fulmer watched a video clip on the Internet of Ainge and was hooked "I know the day I saw that I called his (high school) coach, and his coach and I really hit it off," Fulmer said Then Fulmer needed to know if Ainge would be interested in going to school about 2400 miles from his home in Hillsboro, Ore. The Vols are glad he was. I 5 I ' -y i, 1 . " 4 J H i -V FojR -I "' u ANNOUNCEMENTS 1005 - 1040 LOST & FOUND LOST 2 white pointer! in Kirkwood area, Reward offered 645-3612 LOSTi 2 Pit bull duds. 4 months old, female-brindle w white, mate-tan w black, lost on Madison near Greenwood REWARD, should have tops, 552-7699 LOST, female Boxer, bhndle & white, Woodlawn area REWARD 931-232-5333 or 6484962 SPECIAL NOTICES Notice is hereby given that YCol Storage, Inc. DBA Wfckficen Serf Storage, 1521 New AsWwxJ Gfy Rd, Oris:, TN 37O40 wil sell contents of these units at public auction to satisfy storage Ken: ej. n ... . - jo Ami narper 243260 MeKaa Srrtfi 7 WKam Stokes 206 Pad Wotan 149 Jam Young Date: 100904, &30pm Location Auction World llSftGjnpbelBhd. Clarksville, TN 37040 hi Dote, 930 & 102904 FURNITURE SOLID OAK ROLL TOP DESK $1200 ARMOIR ENTERTAINMENT CENTER $600 4 POSTER WATERBED w drawers underneath, $200 ?U0-4U00 miscellaneous! FOR SALE SOUTHERN HILLS, Garage Sale 118 Hawkins Rd, Thurs-Sat 8-4. Pellet gun, buck knife, gas grill, radio, electric skillet, baby quilts, cloth books, material, yoyo quilt, weed eater, & Lots of misc.. BABY QUILTS, Hand made, $75-300 615-385-0977 CEMETERY PLOTS in Resthaven Veterans Memorial she. Appraised at $5,700 for f lots, will sell for $5,000 cash or cashiers check. No personal chtcks 6IO-re-U4UI reave message ST. B. e HUGE YARD SALE, 2827, 2829, & 2828 Sum-mertree Ln. have come together to produce a 3 Party Yard Sale. There will be a little bit of everything. Stop by & dive in! Fri. & Sat. 7-?. See you there!!! REFRIGERATOR, side by side, $400 obo. BED, king, w mattress a ooxspnngs, $375 obo. 906-2015 TANNING BED. ESB, 16 bulbs. $1500 931-645-3902 YARD SALE LEFTOVERS FREE, You haul off. lots of houssewares, wallpaper, glassware, etc. Call 551- 9978 to arrange pick up. MISCELLANEOUS1 SALES 3RD ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL, GIGANTIC YARD SALE & ANTIQUE STEALS Approx. 20 Vendors, Fri. Oct. 1 t Sat Oct. 2 8am-5 pm Unbelievable Deals Free Food. Sponsored by: Legacy Antiques 2501 Hwy 41 A Bypass behind Appleton's Harley Davidson BEHIND KENNEDY BROTHERS on Dover Rd. Yard Sale 508 Morrison Dr. Fri i Sat 712 BEL AIRE SUBD.. Yard Sale. 1-ri & bat 0:1X1. I IV Delaware Dr. Toys, lamps, rurnrrure, 6. a variety! EMPLOYMENT 1100 1120 HELP WANTED child care Just For Kids Childcare is looking for PRESCHOOL TEACHERS Apply in Person: 849 Ringgold Rd or 820 Amanda Dr. CONSTRUCTION FRAMERS NEEDED 931-302-5826 CONSTRUCTION MECHANIC for trucks heavy equipment The Leaf Chronicle Drawer, 5830 PO Box 31029 Clarksville, Tn 37040 DRIVERS DRIVERS Dedicated Move for experienced metal haulers. Enjoy, more home time. Top pay with paid benefits. 888-636-JARO (5276) GENERAL SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER NEEDED 801-4174 or 552-1664 MOTELHOTEL Partjime House Person Maintenance Apply In Personi Holiday Inn Express Exit 1 1 RETAIL SALES CLERK For Video Store. APPLY AT. love Video 572-1988 915 Providence Blvd. Tennessee coaches visited Oregon six times last year to meet with Ainge and his family. Only one assistant coach watched Ainge in a live football game. Fulmer had to settle for film and a basketball practice, but that was enough. "I was very impressed. He's a 6-6 point guard," Fulmer said. While Schaeffer is billed as a Michael Vick-type quarterback, Ainge has shown some moves too. Several of Ainge's touchdowns have come on throws he made on the run, and he has shrugged off or dodged would-be tacklers in the backfield. He has not been sacked. "Erik has great athletic ability and is able to be elusive. And not only that, but to keep looking down-field when he's on the move," offensive tackle Michael Munoz said. Fulmer is hesitant to compliment one quarterback without also complimenting the other. "Both of those kids have surpassed what you could really expect from a freshman. I want to make sure we say both of them because both of them have," Fulmer said earlier this week when asked about Ainge. 'They're unusually poised and mature." SERVICES 1200 1380 IMOUI fUR clllcKLT tJ HOME CARE Experienced Car Giver Will car for elderly disabled, light cooking 1 house work. 551-3823 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES WHITE LIGHTENING HANDYMAN We Do It All! Painting our Speciality. No Job to small. Free Estimates 647-704S 216-3848 MERCHANDISE 1600 1740 FURNITURE DININO ROOM SET table w 6 chairs & hutch $800. obo. 931237-6546 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, wall sized, 6'x8', lighted, Must See! $300. 642359 LIVING, DINING, BEDROOM FURNITURE 647-8179 CHS MARCHING BAND YARD SALE SAT 8-NOON & CLARKSVILLE HIGH. Please Support The CHS Marching Wildcats ' CUMBERLAND FURNACE, unr4 711A Dsn Khml. (on Rd, off of Hollii Cross ing & Lhambtrs Kd rn & Sat 8-4, antiques & tots of everyrnmg'i CUNNINGHAM AREA, Yard bale r-ri & bat B-3. Tovs. furniture, hunting & fishing gear, tooii, a morei 4108 Williams Clr FREDONIA AREA, 3 Party Yard Sale, Fri 7-i 4 Sat 7-1 1491 McDaniel Rd ott Shay Grove Rd. Lots ol good items! GREEN ACRES GIGANTIC YARD SALE, Sat. Sam 4om. 212 Sewe Ct. Furniture, etc. Everything must go; GREENLAND FARMS SUBD. Yard Sole, Fri. & Sat. 8-1 ino n.utM.j c . r. Movingh, Everything Goesi! Furniture, pool table, knick- knacks, clothes, etc. GREENLAND FARMS YARD SALE 131 GHNLAMO Fmms De. on Hwy 48 across the road trom josrens. sat, umy! HOSPITAL AREA. Multi. Household Yard Sale, Sat 5U6 notary Mills U KENWOOD SALE, Fri. 2pm. 212 AREA YARD & Sat. 7am- Yarktown Rd Name brand clothes, 18 mo. baby boy clothes, etc NW CLARKSVILLe Garage Sale, off Mossland 118 Shasta Ct., Fri.-Sun. lOom- OFF COLLEGE ST near Red River, yard sale, 112 Arc tic 5t, Fri IT? U!f- LKjvtK KL, yard sale. Fn & Sot B-Z, Collmwood Dr between Dover & Lafayette, No Early Salt rieaso. OFF GREENWOOD, y. sale. 735 Hemlock Rd. & Sal 8-3, Lots of Every. Tfiing!?' OFF HAZEL WOOD RD, multi family garage sate, Little bit of everything! lots of baby items. Sat 8am-12pm. 1592 Barrywood urcie wesi OFF HWY 149, 3 PARTY YARD SALE, mowers, furni ture, collectibles, adult & kids wear, tovs & misc. Fri, & Sat. 8am-3pm. 4130 Hargrove Marable Rd OFF HWY 4813. HUGE TAKU SALE, Z401 AMIOCn Church Rd. Thurs, Fri, Sat. Pageant dresses, h ture, & lots lots morel OFF nWT 4 13, moving saie, ;jyi Annocn mura Rd, Follow signs trom 481 3. tools, antiaues, guns, exercise equipment & more, rn e-a, oar o i OFF MEMORIAL DR. YARD SALE, Turn on Ussery tnear nospiTon (iurn on Simpson. 1 666 Simpson ur. dot. !. Koin Shine! OFF PEACHERS MILL FAMILY GARAGE SALE Fri, & Sat. Sam-noon. 3264 Tabbv Dr. Weiaht bench. tools, baby clothes & items, electric guitar wamp, much more, OFF PEACHERS MILL party yard sale, 726 Cayce Dr, Fr & Sat 7-4 OFF PEACHERS MILL, Thurs S-? 51 J Pollard Kd. OFF PEACHERS MILL YARD SALE. Fri., Sot. Sun., 32 Dolewood Dr, PEMBROKE PLACE, var sale. 1256 Arch wood Dr, Sat 7-2. baby items, house- noia, cioTnei, a mm, SANGO, 2870 Brothers Rd Fri. 7am-I2 SANGO AREA 4 family yara saie, lav Aormeen Ct. Thurs-Sat 9-noon, cloth ing, households, furniture & mnc, nro warty ofrxn Sat. 8am-4pm. 4000 Hwy 4 1 -A South. Furniture, clothes, some Christmas Hems, Vids toys, computer games, etc. SANGO SAVANNAH LAKES- HUGE GARAGE SALE, 404 Ireemont off Carriage Park, Sat. only 8 2pm, Antique bed, collectibles, babv furniture, toys, clothes, misc. No Early Birds! MISCELLANEOUS SALES THE VILLAGES FALL ANNUAL YARD SALE Multiply Horrm Fri. & Sot. 7am-? WOODLAWN BIG YARD 5ALE, Thurs. 7an5om. 2413 Chester Harris Rd. Fish ing, camping, boat motor, tools, books, movies, clothes, & much more. PET MARKET AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD. 1 yr. old, all shots, male. Free to good home. 648-1516 SHIH TZU PUPPIES. CKC reg.. 2 females 645-3178 or 931-237-4295 RECREATION 1900 1915 BOATSMOTORS TRAILERS PROPELLER, 4 blades stain less prop, tits lou hp Mer curyMariner Marino, ilOO. 931-289-4837 CAMPERS MOTOR HOMES COACHMAN 2000. 24ft oir AMFM CD, full both, full size kitchen S7000. Will take Dort in trade for ATV or shotgun. Ask for John 931-232-9495 RECREATIONAL! VEHICLES SEA DOO. obo. Call SPX '96. SI 500 931-906-6003 REAL ESTATE 2000 2060 FARM ACREAGE 4.1 ACRES in Bradbury Farms. S49.900. 358-37o8 leove message. Appt. only. ACREAGE in Cumberland Heights 645-1823 HOUSES FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM, l.S bath, fireplace, fenced yard carport, basement $49,995 LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, huge yard, dinnig room lireplace, shed, low closing costs. $74,995. GILKEY INC, Realtors. Call Sandra Gilkey 931-552-9023 HOUSES FOR SALE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 110 Marion St. (APSU AREA) Within walking distance to APSUI Rents for $350mo. Excellent location to Riverside Drive & Downtown Clarksville. Screened-in front porch. Sold as-is. Has tenant. $56,900. 102 MARION ST. (APSU AREA) Within walking distance to APSU. 2 tedroom, 1 bath duplex convenient to Downtown & Riverside Dr. Top unit has rented for $350 & basement unit $300. Sold as-is. $37,500. VA OWNED PROPERTY 944 TINY TOWN RD. (PRINCETON PLACE) bedroom, 2 bath, eat- in kitchen, 1 car garage, full fenced yard, concrete drive & deck. Sold as-is $70,000. Call for ' Bidding Info. RESIDENTIAL ' PROPERTIES 1282 CARNATION a. (N. WINDWOOD) Immaculate all brick 2 story on full basement. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, living room wfireplace, 1 car garage, concrete drive, privacy fenced yard, no back yard neighbors. Beautiful Homel $152,500. 801 CHANCERY LANE (PEMBROOK PLACE) 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch on corner lot w2 car garage, fenced back yard, deck & concrete dr. Lovelyl $102,000. Call 'The Clilfts of Clarksville' Norma, 801-7500, Stella 320-1010, Amy 320-6704 KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY 648-8500 RENT TO OWN, 3 bed room, 1.5 bath, I mile from post, no pets, 1st & last months rent, $425mo 615-832-V4V ROOM FOR RENTi S95wk. coblephone, private entrance 047-3613 (iitOJ RENTALS 2100 2170 1 BEDROOM, Cumerland Heights 645-1823 HOUSES FOR SALE 1165 SNOOPY DRIVE near Exit 1 in Arbour Greene North, with 1,645 sq. ft., this house is BETTER than new because of the new hardwood floor, all the flowers & the shed & playhouse in fenced back yard. REDUCED to $134,500. with $1 closing cost IF CLOSED BY OCTOBER, 2004! A great buy if you see this one, you'll buy it! Immediate possession! 2131 MEMORIAL DR. existing brick ranch backing to CC Golf Course w2,675 sq. ft., Three bedrooms, living room dining room combo, den, fireplace, kitchen, utility room on main floor. Rec room & bedroom (or study) with bath downstairs, 2 car garage Excellent condition all for $179,950. Immediate Possession! lot 15, DENISE PLACE just off the By-Pass, this ranch home w1,112 sq. ft., on main floor has large 375 sq. ft., fee room downstairs wa 2 car garage. Contract now and you may select carpet, etc. $109,950 for 1,487 sq. ft. For more information, on ANY listing call 'The Clilfts of Clarksville' Norma, 801-7500, Stella 320-1010, Amy 320-6704 KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY 648-8500 MLA mETTS LAME 2 bedroom townhouse, 1.5 baths, can be rent ed on short term. Looking for a house? Maybe this is a good place to be for a while & let us find you one! Price depends on utilities. With water, electric & cable $950. Call Norma or Sherwin, 801-5138 or 801-7500 at KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY 648-8500 Clan the) OAHA UmUu ClMwHleds! OE! 0 'tin Neecf a Cmmmrmf Find on In the Ctesstfffexfa APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED BEDROOM S350mo. $100 dep., no pets, Dover area, o mos. lease. 931-232-4042 PQYE IM great townhouse just on the other side of Dover, price $495 or 2 bedroom duplex, $395 w1 bath, 1 level. Call Evelyn, 2454706 or Norma, 245-6702 at KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY 648-8500 Mi muoiLc rum 1 UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath larae orivate lot. central heat & air, nice area. 1019 Ross Ln. SZOOdep. )45umo. 533-8866 378-4097 ROOMS FOR RENT TRANSPORTATION 2200 - 2240 MOTORCYCLES HARLEY DAVIDSON Heritage. V, lots ot extras 2BUU miles. SI 7,900. 3200388 YAMAHA 2002 V-Star clas sic 650, 2,968 miles, mint cond., 2 helmets, rain cover, upgraded rider & rossenger seats, $4,400. 31-35B-3969 PASSENGER CARS ACURA INTEGRA RS "92, Oood cond., 165k mi.. Asking VAJUUOPQ 043-I4V3 BMW 735-1 1985, at IS, J 1 500 Call 647-059B CADILLAC SEDAN DEV1LLE. 91, J2500 270-475-6252 FORD TAURUS WAGON. '96, 3.0 V6 133K, all options good shape $2,900 odo perore epm JAGUAR '89 XJ6, Vanden- plas, blacktan, motor out but have, wire wheels, $1,300 obo. 931-906-939() MERCEDES E320W 04. 4dr. maroon, 2,uO0mi. Brand new! Price Negotiable 920-4777 or 320-3070 NISSAN '95 Sentra GXE, 4 cyl., auto, all power, needs minor work. $1,200 obo. 931-552-8980 SAAB Turbo 900 1986, as is, $1500 Call 647-0598 SUVi GMC YUKON, '97. 4 door. 4X4, loaded, 106K, $9995 920-5444 320-1487 LINCOLN, Navigator, '98. navy blue. 4wcT, leather, 6 disc cd, loaded, excellent cond., 100k, $12,500. 648-0984 or 378-3939 TRUCKS VANSTRAILERS CHEVROLET Avalanche V4 red, loaded weverything. Selling because moving oversea! 3 4 S33,000 431 9522 CHEVROLET S10 '89, short box, 4X4 w tahoe package & topper, $2,200 Far more info call 220-1397 FORD F150 '94. long bed, 91k mi.. Excellent cond., $4000 503-9938 GMC Sierra '86, K-15, v8, four barrel, 4 tp trans., 3.08 gears, lock-085 hubs, $1800. obo. 615-714-5305 NISSAN '92 Pickup, runs great, needs clutch, $800 obo. 931-920-5406 f you Dream it, BUSINESS RENTALS 836 t CUMBERLAND DR. 1,600 sq ft., S575mo water included. 920-8267 OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 3000 sq. ft.. Central location, Business Park. Great Rates, 615-301-8002 u HOUSES UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX, 1 both, laundry hook upt, $450mo. 276-885-7933 3 BEDROOM LOO CABIN, 2 Dam, uover Area, 2U mi. to Ft Campbell No pets. $200dep. S550mo I Year lease 931-232 4042 JUST BUILTI 2,0O0.qft. Home. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath bonus room, all kitchen appliances included, tile carpet, privacy fence in Meadows ot Hearthstone, iutt off Eifl 4. SI200mo $1200dep e 931.0204700 MOBILE HOMES UNFURNISHED If You're lanning'it, 1 BEDROOM, 12X70, l.J -both, Neor gate 10. Wood lawn $95wk e 552-7081 If You're Buying it, f You're Selling it, You'll find it In The Leaf-Chronicle Classifieds 552-1234 Need a CAR? Look in the Classifieds!

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