Table of contents May 2014.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. Linda Bennett with a dedication to Mother's Day.
  3. Bojane Heap on mailing packages overseas and has a funny story.
  4. Duncan Holmes is looking for some recordings.
  5. Lisa Burkhardt on printing checks and tells us about a Walgreen's prescription program.
  6. Gary Sivak has computer related braille pamphlets to give away.
  7. Barb Frazier tells us about the ISVI reunion.
  8. We have missing April birthdays.
  9. We have May birthdays.
  10. Irwin has some important housekeeping notes.
  11. From the "Patron Spotlight" we have a story about Julia Cobb.
  12. Tom Lykins would like help with Window-Eyes.
  13. We received word that Wally Menning passed away.
  14. Ed Fedush tells us of the passing of Roger A. Beekman.
  15. Kathy McCracken about a guide dog conference and would like correspondence.
  16. Amy Phillippi tells us about Vantage Point magazine.
  18. Ellen Flourie is looking for a weather radio.
  19. We learn about a book of braille contractions.
  20. Mimi Winer on a calendar.
  21. Kate has a Raffle update.
  22. Jeanie Meador has the jumble answers and she would like more information about LG phones.
  23. Eva Elfassy has a new jumble.
  24. Jimmie Sue Castleberry wonders how to get attention in a restaurant.
  25. Ed Fedush shares a Summary of Life.
  26. Catie Mangrum with "Waltzing Matilda."


  1. Tom D'Agostino in the Wax Works with the song Linda.
  2. 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.
  3. Jeanne Corcoran wonders if there is a relationship between blindness and eye color; has a source for Sunday School lessons and shares some recipes.
  4. From John Wesley Smith: "St. Louis Lighthouse for the Blind Acquires Preparedness Kit Making Company."
  6. Loretta Jurkiewicz wants to know what has happened to Home Readers; how long to charge NICAD batteries and demonstrates a color detector.
  7. 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.
  8. Rollie Hudson talks with Joan Wester Anderson the author of "Where Angels Walk." (RC 40793)
  9. Al Zubillaga with "Take me out to the Ball Game."


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. We celebrate Memorial Day.
  3. Don Haines plays piano at the Voice-CORPS Volunteer Recognition evening.
  4. Nolan Crabb reviews "The Time it Never Rained." (DB 49217)
  5. Nancy Scott with an essay called "I Don't Want to be Equal."
  6. From Deborah Kendrick: "Technology Goes a Long Way Toward Making all Things Equal."
  8. We read an article about cars for hire.
  9. We hear about ADA lawsuits being filed in California.
  10. From Tom Kaufman: "National Federation of the Blind and Four Blind Files Suit Against Cab Companies in California.
  11. Loretta Palermo on the passing of Tom D'Agostino.
  12. Laurie Pettis shares a song.


  1. From Clinton Lindgren: we learn about tactile ballot guides from Malawi.
  2. We have a song from the new CD from Doug Hudson.
  3. Russell Carrick tells us about a new CD from Vicki Ireland.
  5. Marg Schmitz remembers Robert Self.
  6. Diane Motchuk with an amazing fact.
  7. Ed Fedush concerning senior citizens.
  8. Karl Brodman is blooking for long-lasting relationships.
  9. Bob Clayton on his medical adventures.
  10. Chester Carnes is looking for a CD collection.
  11. We hear about "Cheap Watches."
  12. Mike Lantz about short wave radio and is looking for some songs.
  13. Ed Fedush on aging.
  14. Joan Andrews on flossing; a visit to the dentist and tells us about a concert.
  15. Madeen Ballentine introduces herself.
  16. Lowell Conley sends in three songs.
  17. Gerry Gabrielli ends the issue.