Dear Sun Spots: Calling Lewiston High School Class of 1943. Where are you all? We have reached some of you, but not all. We hope to have a luncheon to celebrate the Big 6 0. If you wish to join us please call Louise at (207) 782-7145 or Marie at (207) 782-4795. –M.T.A., Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: Would you be able to get me an address so I could write to Wayne Brady of the “Wayne Brady Show”? Thank you so very much for this wonderful service. — No Name, Lewiston.

In addition to responses from readers, you can try e-mailing Wayne at [email protected]

Dear Sun Spots: For T. Maheau who was looking for smoke pipes for lamps (Sun Spots’ request Saturday): L.M. Longley & Son hardware, 419 Main St., in Norway, (207) 743-8924, is a possibility. They carry many things you can’t find elsewhere. — No Name, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: I am trying to acquire a movie called “Pancho Barnes,” starring Valerie Bertinelli. It was on TV in the early ’90s. It’s about a female aviator flying across the country in the 1920s. Can anyone help? — Gloria Soucie, Durham.

In addition to responses from readers, you should note that this movie, dated 1988, was directed by Richard Heffron and distributed by Metromedia Home Video. Unfortunately, Sun Spots has been unable to locate an address or contact number for Metromedia Home Video.

Dear Sun Spots: Just before Christmas I wrote to you asking your readers for donations of blankets and dog beds for our rescue. Well, the response I got was overwhelming. I got calls immediately and continued to get calls for the next several months. It is nice to see that there are so many animal lovers in our community. Several area nursing homes and hotels gave us a lot of blankets, along with some community groups. Then there were individuals who just wanted to help us help these dogs. We were thrilled with the response from your readers and their generosity. Thanks to them we were able to give blankets to all of our foster homes. If you want to check out the dogs your generosity helps, go to our Web site Thank you. — Judy Dill, Oxford.

Dear Sun Spots: I am searching for an old Workbasket magazine with a knitting pattern for a two-piece toddler suit, sweater with hood and full, back zipper. It is a cable pattern and looks like owls with button eyes. The magazine is circa late ’60s or early ’70s. I will return the pattern and reimburse for any expense. Thanks. I can be reached at P.O. Box 116, Bethel, ME 04217, (207) 824-2483. — Musa Brown, Bethel.

Dear Sun Spots: To the reader who was looking for someone who can repair damaged videocassettes, I can fix most videos, depending on the damage. My address is 104 Valerie Circle, in Auburn, phone (207) 777-6269. — Jed Shattuck, Auburn.

Dear Sun Spots: I should like to know if there is any group that collects labels from Campbell. Also, if there are people who collect stamps. Mine are mostly Scottish and English ones. — Margaret R., Farmington.

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