Dear Sun Spots: Norwich House on 69 Horton St. in Lewiston needs a washing machine. Anyone willing to donate a usable washer can please contact Mary Gagnon, executive clinical director at [email protected] or call (207) 777-3300.

Dear Sun Spots: I know that there is a glut on the market, but I hate to throw away a quantity of National Geographic Magazines dating from 1940 through 1988. Only one of these sets is incomplete, the 1949 set. A few have from seven to 10 copies. If someone has any interest in these, they are free for the asking. However, they will have to pick them up. I am not interested in paying the considerable shipping costs. I can be reached at [email protected], 6 Kidder Avenue, P.O. Box 65, Dixfield, ME 04224-0065. – Albert W. Spaulding, Dixfield.

Dear Sun Spots: I would like to thank all of the nice people, also Sun Spots, for the fast responses I got when I asked for Fashion Knit Flame Red yarn. I got enough to finish one flag and have almost enough for one more. If anyone else didn’t see my request and has some, I would be willing to buy it. I am also looking for a hose for my Electrolux vacuum. It’s an 80s Marquis model. I’d also love to hear from you as my hose is gone. I can be reached at (207) 674-5667. Thanks again. – Barbara Yeaton, West Paris.

Dear Sun Spots: Is Rob Caldwell of Channel 6 married to Cindy Williams’ sister and do they have any children? – No Name, Locke Mills.

Answer:
In corresponding with Cindy Williams, Sun Spots has learned that Rob Caldwell is married to Cindy Williams’ sister Liz. They have no children, but Williams says they have a really cute dog named Dixie. They’ve been married for 11 years and met at Cindy Williams’ wedding.

Dear Sun Spots: We’ve been watching Jeopardy. Last week was the Tournament of Champions. We saw it all week, but missed the last night. Could you tell me who was the big winner? Thank you. – Claudette in Lewiston.

Answer:
According to www.jeopardy.com, Mark Dawson was the big winner on May 16.

Dear Sun Spots: I would like to find someone who does odd jobs around the house, mostly repairs. – No Name, Wales.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, try Rent a Husband at: 75 Mill St., No. 3, Brunswick, ME 04011, (207) 725-9100, or toll free at 1-877-99-HUBBY, or via e-mail at [email protected]; 63 Martin Heights, Raymond, ME 04071, (207) 655-5011, or via e-mail at [email protected]; 51 Water St., P.O. Box 334, Wiscasset, ME 04578, (207) 882-8448, e-mail [email protected] You can also contact their world headquarters at 375 Forest Ave., Portland, ME 04101, (207) 879-7400, e-mail [email protected]

Dear Sun Spots: I have more than 250 book matches to give to anyone that collects them. They are from all over the United States, Canada and New Mexico. I can be reached at (207) 364-3866. – No Name, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: The Edward Little High School class of 1936 will hold its 67th class reunion at Rolandeau’s Restaurant in Auburn July 12. The committee is seeking current mailing addresses or information regarding the following classmates: Aline Auger Comeau, Theresa Beckler Stevens, Olive Brown Shute, Bernard Gorman, Adeline Kuslansky Shulman, Adelard Lepage, Loren Lorentzen, Edward MacDonald, Milton Pierce and Marion Witherell.

Please contact or send information to Ruth Sylvester Benjamin, 2209 Riverside Drive, Auburn, ME 04210, (207) 782-3376. – Ruth S. Benjamin, Auburn.

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