Katrina evacuees need mobile home park

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Dear Sun Spots: It is wonderful that you make a spot available for people with questions and those who need advice.

My husband and I relocated here from Mississippi, where we lost our home and all our possessions in Hurricane Katrina. After selling our property there, we managed to come out with enough to allow us to buy a mobile home. Our problem is we cannot find a place in the area that will rent us a lot because we have a tiny little dog. She is quiet, well-behaved and always with us. We are retired, have excellent references, and would like to remain in the Augusta to Lewiston area. If anyone knows of a park or has a private lot that will allow a 10-pound dog, please contact Joy at 724-3262. We would appreciate it very much. -Joy, West Gardiner.

Dear Sun Spots: If any of your readers have some empty ink cartridges from computer printers or office copiers, big or small, Wisdom’s Center could use them. We send them to a company that pays us for them. Since the center is a non-profit organization, every little bit helps us keep going. As you know, Wisdom’s Center is a drop-in center for women in Lewiston. If anyone can help us, please call 784-0155. Thank you. – Sr. Maureen Hurley, Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: I really enjoy your column, and now I’m hoping you can help me!

I’m looking for someone reputable to come to the house and look over some old items and perhaps give appraisals and let me know where and how to sell these items. Thanks for your help. – No Name, Jay.

Answer: In addition to responses from readers, you might consider obtaining a copy of Antique Digest for any listings of appraisers. You can also search online via this Web site, www.appraisersassoc.org/appraise1900/Search/

Dear Sun Spots: You have helped many people in the past, and I am hoping you can help me with this one. I am looking for a round, folding card table. I would be willing to pay a reasonable price. Please call Rolande at 782-4872. – Rolande, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: I have 100 pill bottles, complete with covers and very clean. The labels are all off. They are free to anyone who would like to collect them. I can be reached at 897-2359. – Harold Smith, Livermore Falls.

Dear Sun Spots: The Rumford Stephens High School Class of 1961 cannot locate the following classmates for our upcoming 45th reunion:

We are looking for Robert Clavet, Jeanne Giroux Humphrey, Karen Legere DiFranco, Viola Spoffard White and Sharon Milligan Bilodeau.

Any assistance from your readers would be greatly appreciated. Please send any contact information to Wm. “Bizz” Carignan, 186 Andover Road, P.O. Box 13, Rumford, ME 04276. I can also be reached at 364-4763. – Bizz Carignan, Rumford.

Dear Sun Spots: I have a 1960s’ era color TV made by Toshiba that still works. It has one channel, UHF. I wondered if anyone out there would be interested in it. I saw the article about a man who collects in the paper recently and thought of my old TV in storage. Please call 897-5894. – Kent, No Town.

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