Dear Sun Spots: You and your readers have been helpful in the past and I am wondering if you could help me again. I am unable to leave my house due to multiple sclerosis. I was wondering if you know of someone or if there is someone out there reading this that does in-home haircuts and related services. Since I cannot leave my home, it makes it hard to have this service done. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks again, (207) 966-2160. – Kelly Pare, Minot.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, try contacting Lynn Eberhard at Hair at Home through her cell phone number (207) 754-9805 or at home (207) 782-1271. Eberhard says she does everything in the home, perms, hair color and haircuts for both men and women, and can provide all the service you need.

Dear Sun Spots: Can you or anyone out there help me?

I have a vial that had perfume in it. It seems to be around 1-ounce size with a gold label on it, which reads Per Amber, Pacific Whaling Co., Boston, Mass. Any information on where it came from and time frame would be helpful. Thank you, (207) 743-7520. – Henry Hutchins, No Town.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, Sun Spots would urge you to contact an appraiser. You might want to try contacting the following: Dan Poulin of Orphan Annie’s, 96 Court St., Auburn, (207) 782-0638; Cyr Auction Co., Route 11 north, Gray, (207) 657-5253, and Dan Boyd Auction Co., 412 Plains Road, Poland, (207) 998-4083.

Dear Sun Spots: I need instruction books on both Royal 610 and Model 700 electronic typewriters. I also need any information on where repairs can be made. Thank you. – Philip Williams, Auburn.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, you might want to contact Affordable Business Machines. Both Ray Ouimette and Bruce Robertson do pickup and deliveries at no extra charge in the Lewiston/Auburn, Farmington, Norway, South Paris areas and others. They sell, repair and sell ribbons for typewriters. You can reach them at (207) 946-2949.

Dear Sun Spots: I am knitting bootie-type slippers for all sizes, which I give to needy, families, schools, handicapped and just about anyone who can use these. They are free. Anyone interested in any can please get in touch with me. I am a senior citizen and just need to keep busy. I would be grateful to anyone who has yarn they are not using and would be willing to contribute to this cause. I only use a 4-ply worsted weight yarn. Thanks so much. I can be reached at (207) 743-9431. – Pauline Nadeau, South Paris.

Dear Sun Spots: I’m a homebound, diabetic on SSI/disability and it’s my first time living on my own. I used to live with my sister and her fiancé and newborn child but they needed the space. They also need a crib, some baby accessories if anyone has any baby items they would be willing to share with this family, please call (207) 539-8950.

Also, for myself: I need need such items as bookstands, a desk, desk chair, exercise/workout equipment, weights, throw rug and anything else, a sewing machine plus accessories and instructions such as material and threads, also a 4-6X women’s clothing including winter coats, garments, nightwear. I have plenty of dishes but not much bakeware and soup pots etc. Any help would be gratefully appreciated – a lot. Please call (207) 743-6864. – Lonely Lady in Norway.


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