Dear Sun Spots: Could you please tell me if Gov. Baldacci has a special mailing address for anyone to use if mailing him a suggestion, comment etc. It will be interesting to see your reply in Sun Spots as you do such a great job answering all your correspondence. – No Name, No Town.

Answer:
Try contacting him at Office of the Governor, #1 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0001. Or you can try e-mailing him at [email protected] The governor can also be reached by phone at (207) 287-3531 or through his Web site at www.state.me.us/governor/baldacci/contact/index.html. Baldacci encourages Mainers who have an issue involving state government, or who want to share thoughts, or offer feedback on the Web site, to contact him.

• Reader Albert Spaulding of Dixfield called to say the National Geographic magazine sets he has dating from 1940-1988 are mostly incomplete (Sun Spots’ request, on Thursday). Sun Spots misunderstood and apologizes for any inconvenience she may have caused Mr. Spaulding. Those interested can reach Spaulding at [email protected], or at 6 Kidder Avenue, P.O. Box 65, Dixfield, ME 04224-0065.

Dear Sun Spots: I tried to reach Wearever at the address I’ve noted on the enclosed envelope. It was the only address I was able to use on a popcorn popper purchased quite a few years ago. If there’s anything you can do to help, I would greatly appreciate it.

I have another question I hope you can help me with: I have a regular and a super 8 movie projector, plus an Ambico (Model V-0652) All In One Video Transfer. It has never been used and it transfers movies to video, slides to video and prints to video. I’d like to part with these. If anyone is interested in getting these for a decent price, I’d be willing to sell all three for $150. You can reach me by calling (207) 782-9842 mornings and evenings on Mondays through Wednesdays and anytime the other days of the week. The projector is also in very good condition, except the Super 8 needs a bulb. – No Name, Lewiston.

Answer:
The shipping address is Wearever Consumer Center, Mirro Company, 2015 Mirro Drive, Manitowoc, WI 54221. For mailing, contact Wearever Consumer Center at P.O. Box 583, Toledo, Ohio 43697-0583. You can also reach Wearever via e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at (800)527-7727. You can reach them online at www.wearever.com.

Dear Sun Spots: Blanche Newell of Livermore Falls requested a pair of cowboy boots in your May 19 column. I have no way of getting in touch with her but I have the boots and would give them to her if she got in touch with me. I can be reached at (207) 225-38112. – Ruth Jucius, Turner.

Dear Sun Spots: The Edward Little High School Class of 1958 will hold its 45th class reunion July 12. It will be at 6 p.m. at Spring Meadows Golf Course on Lewiston Road in Gray. The following classmates have not yet been located:

David Myron Brackett, Paul Romeo Bergeron, Dale Alton Dickinson, Conrad Eugene Couture, George Albert Fogg, Malcolm Stuart Garey, Ruth Mary Gatchell, Richard Luma Guay, Margaret Elizabeth Hutchinson, Katharine Kenny Marshall, Joseph Emile Langlais, Richard Edward Leclair, Howard Barry Levin, Russell Eugene McLeary, Barry Henry Morrissey, Lawrence Martin McGibbon, John Richard Pressey, Letha Owens Richards, Renald Benott Roy, Joyce Snowman Tripp, Claudette Veilleux Burke, Joan Starzyk Robinson, Richard Alden Woodworth and Lloyd (Ted) Getchell.

Anyone with any information can please contact Daphne Irish or Paul Ward at 42 Irish Road, Turner, ME 04282, (207) 225-2137, Nancy Davenport 783-8952. – Nancy Davenport, Auburn.


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