Table of contents May 2014.
- Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
- Linda Bennett with a dedication to Mother's Day.
- Bojane Heap on mailing packages overseas and has a funny story.
- Duncan Holmes is looking for some recordings.
- Lisa Burkhardt on printing checks and tells us about a Walgreen's prescription program.
- Gary Sivak has computer related braille pamphlets to give away.
- Barb Frazier tells us about the ISVI reunion.
- We have missing April birthdays.
- We have May birthdays.
- Irwin has some important housekeeping notes.
- From the "Patron Spotlight" we have a story about Julia Cobb.
- Tom Lykins would like help with Window-Eyes.
- We received word that Wally Menning passed away.
- Ed Fedush tells us of the passing of Roger A. Beekman.
- Kathy McCracken about a guide dog conference and would like correspondence.
- Amy Phillippi tells us about Vantage Point magazine.
- Ellen Flourie is looking for a weather radio.
- We learn about a book of braille contractions.
- Mimi Winer on a calendar.
- Kate has a Raffle update.
- Jeanie Meador has the jumble answers and she would like more information about LG phones.
- Eva Elfassy has a new jumble.
- Jimmie Sue Castleberry wonders how to get attention in a restaurant.
- Ed Fedush shares a Summary of Life.
- Catie Mangrum with "Waltzing Matilda."
- Tom D'Agostino in the Wax Works with the song Linda.
- Kate talks about making recipes in our cookbook; who won the free braille cookbooks for March and April and has new cookbooks to give away for May.
- Jeanne Corcoran wonders if there is a relationship between blindness and eye color; has a source for Sunday School lessons and shares some recipes.
- From John Wesley Smith: "St. Louis Lighthouse for the Blind Acquires Preparedness Kit Making Company."
- Loretta Jurkiewicz wants to know what has happened to Home Readers; how long to charge NICAD batteries and demonstrates a color detector.
- From Second Sense: we hear about short on-line courses,
information about dealing with guide dogs in an emergency,
having a problem with on-line services, access passes for the National Park Service
and Hadley School has new videos about the IOS operating system.
- Rollie Hudson talks with Joan Wester Anderson the author of "Where Angels Walk." (RC 40793)
- Al Zubillaga with "Take me out to the Ball Game."
- Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
- We celebrate Memorial Day.
- Don Haines plays piano at the Voice-CORPS Volunteer Recognition evening.
- Nolan Crabb reviews "The Time it Never Rained." (DB 49217)
- Nancy Scott with an essay called "I Don't Want to be Equal."
- From Deborah Kendrick: "Technology Goes a Long Way Toward Making all Things Equal."
- We read an article about cars for hire.
- We hear about ADA lawsuits being filed in California.
- From Tom Kaufman: "National Federation of the Blind and Four Blind Files Suit Against Cab Companies in California.
- Loretta Palermo on the passing of Tom D'Agostino.
- Laurie Pettis shares a song.
- From Clinton Lindgren: we learn about tactile ballot guides from Malawi.
- We have a song from the new CD from Doug Hudson.
- Russell Carrick tells us about a new CD from Vicki Ireland.
- Marg Schmitz remembers Robert Self.
- Diane Motchuk with an amazing fact.
- Ed Fedush concerning senior citizens.
- Karl Brodman is blooking for long-lasting relationships.
- Bob Clayton on his medical adventures.
- Chester Carnes is looking for a CD collection.
- We hear about "Cheap Watches."
- Mike Lantz about short wave radio and is looking for some songs.
- Ed Fedush on aging.
- Joan Andrews on flossing; a visit to the dentist and tells us about a concert.
- Madeen Ballentine introduces herself.
- Lowell Conley sends in three songs.
- Gerry Gabrielli ends the issue.