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Trader Jakes – Issue 766 December 22, 2017

“In God we trust” Page 11

I PAY CASH FOR UNWANTED

Jewelry, Men’s & Ladies

Cologne & Perfumes, Costume Jewelry, ATT & Cricket Phones, or

what have you

. WAREHOUSE CLEAN-OUTS

Estates,

Garages, Attics,

ALMOST

Anything Cell

(321)751-2727

BEGINNER COMPUTER LESSONS.

Patient teacher. If you

would like to learn how to use the computer from step 1, call LAURA

(321) 208-2667 to schedule.

CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL LIABILITY.

Worker's Comp.

Bonds- All classes written. Fast quotes and binding certificates. Call

(321) 259-7920

EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHERS WANTED

for upscale

retail/school establishment 321-984-7984 bring resume!

WANTED MANAGER (1 PERSON ONLY)

in exchange for

single motel room accommodations & small weekly payment,

Position includes managing small motel in Indialantic.

Maid/Clerk/minor maintenance work, Day & night time hours, 5 days

a week including weekend work,A self employed position, 321-482-

6171 Mon -Tue. Thurs. Fri.only 9am-4pm Ask for Mike.

MAINTENANCE WORKER I:

Part-time. Sunday and Monday,

approximately 20 hours per week. May consider an applicant desir-

ing only 12 hours on Sunday. Unskilled and limited semi-skilled

manual work in the performance of laboring tasks and a variety of

construction and maintenance work. $12.36 per hour. Apply

Indialantic Town Hall, 216 Fifth Avenue, Indialantic, Florida, town-

hall@indialantic.com

. Drug Free, Tobacco Free Workplace, EOE.

SALES POSITION AVAILABLE

in Osceola County. Sell adver-

tising in Trader Jake’s Paper. High commission (321) 652-6781

EMPLOYMENT

CONTRACTOR’S INSURANCE

COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS

BUYING - I PAY CASH

COUCHES, ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS

, CHAIRS, COFFEEE

TABLES, END TABLES, DINING SETS, MIRRORS, FRAMED ART. at

Trader Jake’s 1232 Sarno Rd. Melb. (321) 751-2727

3 ELEPHANT

BEVELED GLASSTOP TABLE. Excellent condition.

at Trader Jake’s 1232 Sarno Rd. Melb. (321) 751-2727

PAINTED WHITE BAMBOO DINING TABLE

with glass top

and 8 upholstered chairs 2 captains chairs. Trader Jake’s 1232

Sarno Rd. Melb. 321-751-2727

FURNITURE & MORE

1967 LLAMA 22LR PISTOL.

(Looks like a model 1911) $250.

1915 H&R 38 Pistol. Nickel plated. Shoots .38 sw. Old American

double action 250 (321) 536-1084 Call or text.

WANTED TO BUY OR TRADE

.22s for youth rifles, pistols,

shotguns too. Florida land anywhere, musical instruments, florida

paintings (321) 725 3047

GUNS / WEAPONS / AMMO

Oh that You would bless me indeed and enlarge

my territory, that Your hand would be with me to

keep me from evil that I may not cause pain

The Prayer

of Jabez

TRADER JAKE’S STORE ONLY IS

CLOSING - GIANT LIQUIDATION

Farmer turned Car into Sheep Dog

A Sussex farmer who converted his Peugeot estate car into a sheep

dog has reluctantly called time on the experiment. Dave Isaac, 46,

spent £2,000 covering the family car in fur so it resembled an exact

replica of his favourite sheep dog after she died.With a top speed of

40mph he took his new look sheep dog out into the fields of his

180-acre farm, near Battle, East Sussex with surprisingly encour-

aging results. "I know it was a bit of a mad thing to do but it was a

tribute to my old sheep dog Floss who passed away," he said.."So

I got together with a friend and we built Floss the sheep dog car in

my barn, copying as closely as I could every last detail of my old

dog."Sheep aren't known for their intelligence and didn't seem to

notice the difference and were quite happy."The problem arose get-

ting the vehicle, which is not licensed for public roads, along the

narrow farm tracks and through the gates to his fields. And the car,

which needed a timber frame built around the chassis to attach the

fur, was taking up too much space in the barn of a busy working

farm.He

added: "They were things we didn't really consider when

we built her so with a heavy heart she is going on E-bay."Mr Isaac

hopes Floss the sheep dog car may interest festival organisers or

dog charities: "As long as she goes to a good home I'll be happy,"

he said. A daredevil cyclist clocked up a world speed record by hit-

ting 207mph in under five seconds on a rocket-powered

bicycle.Francois Gissy used a stripped-down adapted bike, with

three rocket engines at the motor racing circuit in Le Castallet,

France, to achieve the amazing feat. The bike, designed by the

Swiss rocket man's friend Arnold Neracher, registered 207mph, just

4.8 seconds after a standing start. More than 136,000 people have

watched a YouTube video showing the record-breaking run from a

rear-mounted camera as the bike explodes into life. It shoots off,

covering quarter of a mile in less than seven

seconds.On

a previ-

ous run, Gissy's super-bike leaves a Ferrari sports car trailing in its

wake as it accelerates at frightening velocity.

Man to have coffee with

1000 Facebook friends

An Australian student has begun a project to have a coffee with

each one of his 1,000 plus friends on Facebook. Matt Kulesza, 28,

reckons it will take him the next three years to have some face time

with each of his social media 'friends'. He says his "1000+

Coffees" project as an "exercise in remembering to socialise with

and get to know people outside of the 'book'." "I obviously don't

have 1,000 real-life friends. The point of the project is to see who

these people actually are and get to know them," he said. So far,

he has had coffee with just 30 of his online pals, reaching the minor

milestone by enjoying a coffee with Melbourne-based poet Autumn

Royal (pictured). He has documented each of the meetings, on both

his Facebook and Tumblr pages, complete with photos and sum-

maries of the conversations. "I don't really see it as a chore," he

told the Australian website

News.com.au

. "I enjoy having coffees

with people." "I find it hilarious how in uni lectures if we're waiting

for the lecturer to arrive, everyone is on their phones, totally

silent."No one is taking up that opportunity to talk to people or net-

work. It's so funny."