Dear Sun Spots: I am looking for a three-point post hole digger and auger. I need to put in two large posts. Also, would you know of anyone who has a record player in a cabinet that plays 45s and 78 records and can hold several records at a time to play? I would like it in good to excellent condition. Please call (207) 375-4616. Thank you and all the readers. – Lisa in Sabattus.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, try contacting Dan Poulin at Orphan Annies, who may have just this kind of item or at least direct you to someone who might. You can reach Poulin at 96 Court St. in Auburn, (207) 782-0638.

Dear Sun Spots: I enjoy your column each day. I am writing to get the words to an old WWII song. The first verse goes as follows:

Adolph Hitler grabbed the tail

and hung right on with tooth and nail.

He saw what he had and he

began to swear.

On the end of that tail was

the Russian bear.

Thanking you in advance for your assistance. – P. B., Oxford.

Answer:
Unfortunately Sun Spots was unable to find the lyrics to this but hopefully some of the veterans out there may be able to assist you in your search.

Dear Sun Spots: Please tell me what happened to “The Waltons?” They were on Hallbreak at 6 o’clock. I miss them. – No Name, No Town.

Answer:
Sun Spots was unable to find out what has happened and perhaps other readers familiar with this program would be willing to share their information with you.

Dear Sun Spots: I am looking for someone who is qualified to fix a small camcorder and radio cassette player? If someone knows of anyone please let me know. I’d appreciate it very much. I can be reached at (207) 783-8698. – No Name, Sabattus.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, try contacting Audio Service Co., 156 North River Road, Auburn (783-8801); Agren Appliance, 40 Minot Ave., Auburn (784-0235); or Maurice’s Electronics, 153 Ferry Road, Lewiston (784-2731).

Dear Sun Spots: Help me please as you always do.

I have been buying Betty Crocker smart size easy angel food cake mix in an envelope just right for one alone. I cannot find it anywhere anymore. If you or someone knows of places where it is available, please help. – No Name, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: I used to exercise with a TV show called Gilad’s Bodies in Motion. Then I lost track of it several years ago. I recently found there is a Web site with that name and they gave a list of EST times that the show on. Is there any way of find out when they are on in the Lewiston Auburn area and on which channel? I am sure the show had many followers just as avid to see it as I am. Thank you. – L.B., No Town.

Answer:
According to their Web site, Gilad’s Bodies in Motion is televised on The Health Network Mon-Fri at 6 a.m. 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Bodies in Motion is televised Mon-Fri at 12 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. You can also contact Gilad’s Bodies in Motion Hawaii, at 1833 Kalakaua Ave Suite 809, Honolulu, HI 96815, 888-905-9090.

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