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Trader Jakes – Issue 814- November 30, 2018

“In God we trust” Page 11

WE FINANCE AUTO REPAIRS

$250 and up. No credit

required. Easy monthly payments. Quick, easy approval. No credit

or bad credit OK .

PNP ENTERPRISES 321-327-8947

CALL ME FIRST

I’ll Pay U Cash for your Junk or Wrecked Cars or

Trucks up to $500. I’ll Pay U more for 2005 and newer. So, call

Mark Clouser at (321) 339-6045

The Original

ANTHONY’S

Pizza & Italian Restaurant.

“Love at

First Slice” 4431 13th St. St. Cloud.

CALL FOR TAKE-OUT

(407) 593-2717

CALL ME FIRST

I’ll Pay U Cash for your Junk or Wrecked Cars or

Trucks up to $500. I’ll Pay U more for 2005 & newer. 321-339-6045

(2) SIDE BY SIDE PLOTS NEXT TO BENCH AND BEAUTIFUL GARDEN.

FLORIDA MEMORIAL GARDENS, ROCKLEDGE. (2) CONCRETE

VAULTS, 1 CASKET & 1 OPENING AND CLOSING 50% OFF. (Value

$32,000) CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION.

(772) 217-7807

Private Party

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.

SALES POSITIONS AVAILABLE WITH TRADER JAKE’S

PAPER

in Indian River, Osceola and Volusia Counties. Must be

motivated and love Trader Jake’s Paper. Looking for key people, If

you’re interested, please contact Susan at Trader Jakes by calling

(321) 751-2727

or Email her at

legalnotices@traderjakes.com

.

EXPERIENCED TREE CLIMBER AND GROUNDSMAN

WANTED. Driver’s license is a necessity call Hudmon Tree Service

at

(321) 984-8263

CDL DRIVERS NEEDED

FOR ROLL OFF SERVICE GUARANTEED

50 HOURS A WEEK 321-632-9441

YARD MAN NEEDED TO WORK FROM 5:30 AM

UNTIL?

GUARANTEED 40+ HOURS 321-632-9441

SKILLED PAINTERS WANTED.

Top pay.All American Painting.

Call Joe for an interview (321) 693-6075 or (321) 728-7146

811-815

EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHERS WANTED

for upscale

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

VISIT OUR WEBSITE

at

traderjakes.com

. You will find the exact

same issue as the one in the boxes. We keep the current issue and

the previous issue for your enjoyment free.

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.

CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE SEATS, SADDLEBAGS AND

CUSTOM HOLSTERS

. Quality work, reasonable rates. Call Doug

or Julie at Windwalkers Motorcycle Outfitters

(386) 345-0901

METAL BUILDINGS

direct from the manufacturer. Garages,

Sheds, Car/Boat/RV Ports, Buildings, Doors, Roll-up/sectional. Call

us at

866-227-7678

UTILITY BUILDINGS & TRAILERS

MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS

EMPLOYMENT

COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS

CEMETERY PLOTS

AUTOS & MORE

LIGHTHOUSE COLLECTION

All Very Unique. Includes

Paintings and a wide variety of

unique Lighthouses. This has been

a lifelong hobby. Many have great

value. If you would like to see the

collection, Call today for a

private showing.(321) 652-6781

GHOSTLY TALES

Of Old Brevard

There is a Merritt Island house on SR3 approximately 12

miles south of 520. The house was built when traffic was

by boat. The front of the house faces the river and the back

faces the road. My friend Richard lived in this house with

his aunt Louise Sutton Walker, sometime around 1930,

when he was a boy. He assures me the house was

haunted then and is haunted now. His Aunt Louise played

guitar in the orchestra of the Cocoa Theatre for the silent

movies. For a short time she was married to Kenneth

Rockerfeller. During this time Louise also owned groves,

that she enjoyed spending many hours working in.

Rockerfeller did not and they soon parted. Louise later

married Mr. Walker and moved into the Walker house.

There were always unusual sounds coming from the attic.

Strange noises which couldn’t be explained and were

fairly constant over the years. Richard, as I said, lived there

when he was a boy. He heard the noises but never saw

anything. Years later, Mrs. Scott, Her daughter Pat and her

husband Joe also lived in the house helping Louise who is

now elderly. One evening Richard’s dad was visiting Joe

Scott at the house. It was sometime in the early 50’s. They

were watching TV when a rabbit ran into the house

through a doggie door. It ran across the living room into

the kitchen. They caught the rabbit and penned it in the

corner using 2 pieces of plywood. The men went back in

the livingroom and continued to watch TV. Suddenly the

rabbit started shrieking as though it was being attacked.

They both ran into the kitchen. The rabbit was terrified,

cowering under the table. The pen had not been knocked

over , but completely reset up in the opposite corner on

the other side of the kitchen. Another time, Pat Scott curi-

ous about the noise in the attic decided to go upstairs.

After running back downstairs, she described a man with

a black beard, dressed in a white night dress smoking a

large cigar. He walked up to her and blew smoke in her

face. The man she described appeared to be Mr. Walker,

Sr, father of Louise’s husband. These are only 2 of the

many unusual memories Richard has of this historic

Brevard County house. Recently Richard ignored the pri-

vate, keep out signs, and entered the property. He wanted

to talk about the ghost to the present owner. When the

man finally answered the door, he was angry and did not

care what Richard wanted. He just wanted him off the

property. Perhaps the new owner and the old ghost don’t

get on with each other very well.