Dear Sun Spots and readers: In an effort to complete the museum display at the Franco-American Heritage Center, we are looking for mannequins of any size or body forms used for sewing.

We have clothing that we cannot put out for people to see until we have the proper means of displaying them. We like to periodically change the displays and are always happy to receive items from people who would like their family names, or memorabilia displayed at the center.

If your family was ever connected with the former St. Mary’s parish, you might want to consider displaying their items at the center.

Anyone having antique clothing, furniture, kitchen items, articles from the early 1900s and would like a good home for them, please contact Rita Dube at 783-1585. – Rita Dube, executive director, Franco-American Heritage Center, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: What in the world happened to Mark LaFlamme? I thought that he was a talented writer, one who could take about any subject and write to make it interesting. Where is he, where is he???

And secondly, what happened to Marmaduke who was another of my favorites. – No Name, No Town.

Answer: Sun Spots checked in with Executive Editor Rex Rhoades who notes that in order to meet the needs of readers and employees, the Sun Journal made some staffing changes and budget cuts late last year. Because of those cuts, Mark LaFlamme decided he no longer had sufficient time to write his column, although he remains a reporter for the paper.

Marmaduke was one of a variety of small cuts made to reduce costs.

You might be happy to note, that after a lot of discussion, the Sun Journal expects to resume publication of the Mark Trail column beginning May 13.

Dear Sun Spots: I would appreciate it if you could please give me the address or any other information you might have so that I can contact the Northeast Professional, Psychics, Mediums & Healers Guild.

Several people I know would have liked to attend their last fair, but there was not enough advertisements planned ahead of time to allow us to be able to make time in our schedules. Thank you. – No Name, No Town.

Answer: If you are interested in becoming a member, or in assisting with Community Education Projects or in attending a Psychics, Mediums and Healers Fair or in locating a recommended psychic, medium or healer, please contact Eddita Felt at 353-8648.

In addition, you might consider checking out their schedule which is posted online at

Upcoming fairs include May 19 at The Captain Daniel Stone Inn, 10 Water St., Brunswick and on May 26 and June 23 at the Universal Universalist Church, 169 Pleasant Street, Auburn.

For more on this group, you should check out their Web site as well as contact Felt at the number above. Alternatively, you can also e-mail her at [email protected]

Dear Sun Spots: Hopefully you can help us once again.

We would like to get in touch with Mr. and Mrs. Don Imus but have been unable to locate an address. We are not with a computer. The address for them would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. – F&I, Norway.

In addition to responses from readers, you might consider contacting them through their ranch, the Imus Ranch at Ribera, NM 87560 or via phone at 1-888-284-4687.

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