Table of contents March 2016.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. From Linda Bennett: "where Four Leaf Clovers grow."
  3. Chad Grover introduces himself and would like correspondence.
  4. We hear about Accessible Tax Information.
  6. We received some cash and we're trying to track down who sent it in.
  7. From Vicky Prahin: "New Guide Dog and Service Dog Act Takes Effect."
  8. Vinny Samarco tells us about an earphone he likes.
  9. Diane Motchuk says a friend is in need of your prayers and encouragement.
  10. Barry Wood has a phone and some cassettes to pass along.
  11. "Greyhound ADA Claims Settled."
  12. Marg Schmitz on transportation safety.
  13. From The Columbus Dispatch: "Settlement Near in Blind Student's Suit Against Miami University."
  14. Tom Lykins would like to know more about an internet based radio and comments on magazines in EBAE.
  15. We hear that NLS will be adding a new high-volume player for readers with profound hearing loss; an update on conversion of cassette books to digital; there are some new audio magazines and The Ohio State School for the Blind Marching Band may be going to England.
  16. From Blind Post News: we hear about Caller ID units.
  17. We have a sample of a weather warning on the SAP channel.
  18. We have March birthdays.
  19. From Ann Chiappetta: "The Boys Take Longer."
  20. Claude Long has a new address.
  21. John Stroot about what to do with your stuff after you pass away and getting APH desktop recorders repaired.
  22. From The Los Angeles Times: "Ensuring Self-driving Vehicles are Safe."
  23. Irwin has a reminder about material for the April Fool's issue of Newsreel.
  24. Marianne Daley with a Math Conversion Chart.
  25. Marie Rudys with "Irish Washerwoman."


  1. Tom D'Agostino with "That's How I Need You" in The Wax Works.
  2. Kate talks cooking; has the winners of the free cookbooks and has new free cookbooks for March.
  3. Robert Wegner with recipes for butter beans and potatoes.
  4. Diane Motchuk with an angel food cake recipe.
  5. Andy Jock is looking for pen pals and would like to see fewer recipes.
  6. Robert Wegner comments on glass-topped stoves.
  7. George Gray talks about a flat-top stove.
  8. Lisa Burkhardt about glass-topped stoves and says APH will be switching to cartridge for Readers Digest.
  9. Mike Lantz is looking for pen pals; tells us about a chat line and is trying to find someone.
  10. Doug Hudson wonders how many people would be interested in a tour of the Military Museum of South Carolina.
  11. "What you Didn't Know about Stevie Wonder's Braille Joke at the Grammys."
  12. Laurie Pettis has a song and comments on "Amazing."
  13. Duncan Holmes on "amazing"; getting around airports; likes "Blind Alive" and needs a cassette recorder.
  14. "Blind Man Chosen as First Person to Test Google's Driverless Car."
  15. Abbie Taylor shares a poem and a song.


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Al Daniels has music for Easter.
  3. From Nancy Scott: "Showing Up."
  4. Nolan Crabb reviews: "The Dog Stars." (DB 75493)
  5. "Get on Board the Marrakesh Express."
  6. You'll hear the request from The White House for the "Advice and Consent" of the senate on the Marrakesh treaty.
  7. We have notes about our 2016 braille calendar.
  8. "Cooley Spearheads Service Dog Law."
  9. Marianne Daley sent in: "Tech Fix."
  10. Tim Hendel continues the discussion on airports.
  11. Rickey Torres concerning wheelchairs in airports.
  12. Diane Motchuk about her Raffle prizes.
  13. Kate has a Raffle update.
  14. Duncan Holmes sends in a song for St. Patrick's Day.


  1. Duncan Holmes with an Easter song.
  2. Linda Bennett sends in the poem "March Winds."
  3. Chester Carnes has reduced the price of his braille writer.
  4. Marianne Daley sent in: "Founding Dates of Schools for the Blind."
  5. We have an article on a new way to experience movies.
  6. "Seneca County Workshop Owes Back Pay."
  7. Loren Wakefield with the February jumble answer and we have a new jumble.
  8. From Marianne Daley: we have samples from The Diagnostic Coding System for Physicians.
  9. Vision Problems and Space Travelers Inform Eye Disease Health Research.
  10. Irwin talks about the extra files on the CD download and cartridge versions of Newsreel and says we'll be updating our website soon.
  11. Ed Fedush with some humor.
  12. We welcome a new Newsreel member.
  13. Jeanne Corcoran enjoys some of the NLS books for younger readers.
  14. Lucille Caruso tells us what has been going on; comments on wheelchairs and would like correspondence.
  15. Ed Fedush with an obituary.
  16. Duncan Holmes sent in "Who Stole the Keeshka."