Table of contents March 2014.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. From Linda Bennett: "Marvels of March."
  3. George Gray tells us about Camp Salom.
  5. Innovation in Voting Accessibility.
  7. Oral Miller has a source for typewriter ribbons.
  8. Gary Sivak with a correction on the IRS website listed in the February issue.
  10. Mary Snelgrove has two music cassettes to give away.
  11. Teleseminar on Medicare Coverage for Low Vision Devices.
  12. Marg Campbell wants to find some wall clocks.
  13. Don Cardinal on translation of visual images and is looking for a room to rent.
  14. We have March birthdays.
  15. Linda Brown on braille magazines.
  16. Tom Lykins concerning the demise of the Matilda Ziegler Magazine.
  17. We're looking for Veterans to join the Newsreel Family.
  18. Lisa Burkhardt on Sleep Aphnia.
  19. Treatment for Non 24 Disorder Gains FDA Approval.
  20. Teresa Wakefield on Non 24.
  21. Irwin reminds you to send in your jokes and humor for April.
  22. We hear about the Sixth Annual Young Described Film Critic Contest.
  24. Pastor P. W. Jackson would like correspondence and wants to know where to find a computer braille code chart.
  25. Kate has an update on the Friendship Raffle.
  26. Claude Long likes the old technology and would welcome correspondence.
  27. "Ohio Family with Minature Horse as Service Animal Sues."


  1. Tom D'Agostino in the Wax Works with the march All Together.
  2. Kate has an update on her cullinary adventures.
  3. Jeanne Corcoran recommends a book; updates us on her surgery and shares some recipes.
  4. Diane Motchuk has an easy recipe.
  5. Laurie Pettis shares a recipe.
  6. Bojane Heap tells us about her recent surgery.
  7. Michael Geno is still sending out braille and cassettes and lets us know that his wife passed away.
  8. Rollie Hudson reads the poem "Love is a Rose."
  9. New Accessibility Initiative: Wellpoint Health Benefits Company."
  10. Labelle Murtha on the typewriter and is looking for Dymo Tape.
  11. From Robert Acosta: Guide Dog Users Inc. would like to provide Pawtracks in braille.
  12. Arthur Wilson is looking for a boombox.
  13. We hear about an app for a Virtual Cane.
  15. Tom Kaufman introduces "Travels with Charlie."
  16. From National Braille Press: "Get the Picture! Viewing the World Through iPhone Camera."
  18. Deborah Kendrick with "An Exemption from Minimum Wage."
  19. Lucille Caruso shares a song.


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Bob Riibe sends in some Irish music.
  3. Nolan Crabb reviews "The Lost Cause: The Confederate Exodus to Mexico." (DB 50150)
  4. Nancy Scott with an essay titled "Keep Pitching."
  5. "Samsung and the Carroll Center for the Blind Team up to Test Television Accessibility."
  7. The book "For the Benefit of those who See" is now available from NLS.
  8. From Second Sense: "Tips for Movie Goers."
  9. We hear about a Tactile American Flag.
  10. Lily Gyulveszy has the answer for the February jumble and a new one for March.
  11. We have updates on members of the Newsreel Family.
  12. Ginger Harms on changes with Party Line newsletter
  13. From Marianne Daley: "Take a Cat's Bite Seriously."
  14. Bob Prahin sends in The Kings Singers with "Masterpiece."


  1. We have the final part of Jack Benny's Golden Memories of Radio.
  2. Carrie Cischke has print/brl valentine cards and a CD player for sale.
  3. Some Surprising News about Hearing.
  4. We hear about a new NBC show involving a guide dog.
  5. Mike Lantz on dealing with the sighted public and is looking for someone.
  6. Victor Schmidt introduces himself; comments on computers and the ADA.
  7. Jerry Manter on the ADA.
  8. Joan Andrews has an update on the Wake family; her health issues and would like tips on flossing teeth.
  9. Paul B. Smith has the answer for the December trivia question and a new one for March.