Table of contents July 2018.
- Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
- We begin with "The Stars and Stripes Forever."
- Mary Sefzik has Guide Post cassettes to pass along.
- Jean LaGrange with 2018 hurricane names.
- Bob Clayton tells us how he got started with Newsreel.
- Marianne Daley comments on braille using i-devices; help from Microsoft; reading; is looking for some books and has some cat stories.
- John W. Smith with an update on his computer.
- We welcome some new newsreelers; three new Life members and a returning subscriber.
- Jane McIver has comments regarding Windows 10.
- Mike Lantz tells us about his girl friend; says a friend is looking for people who went to the Michigan School for the blind and Mike would welcome correspondence.
- From Patty Silver: "Visually Impaired Inventors Dream for Smart Baby Buggy Made Real by Students."
- Tom Lykins is disappointed in a radio and would like your suggestions.
- Kate has July birthdays.
- From the Columbus Dispatch: "His Dream Started with a 16-inch Pepperoni and Sausage Pizza."
- From Deb Caldbeck: "Three Classical Themes that should Never be Played in Ragtime."
- Gerry Gabrielli from July 2004 with The Verse Game.
- Kate tells us who won our free offers in June and what we have in July.
- Robert Wegner with his Kitchen Korner on microwaves.
- George Gray shares a recipe.
- Pam Spurlock has some recipes and is looking for one.
- Kate has an update on our new cookbook.
- Peggy Shoel is looking for help with microwave cooking.
- Peapod Showcases Committment to Accessibility.
- Natalie Byrne wonders about alternatives to a Dutch Oven.
- We learned of the passing of three Newsreelers.
- From Ann Chiappetta: "Please Don't use that Word!"
- From Marianne Daley: "A Non-Profit that has Taught braille for 88 Years Partners with Apple to Teach Coding to the Blind."
- From Tom Kaufman: "Hearing Memory Guides Blind Violist."
- We hear about a program for learning classical guitar.
- Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
- We have some Fourth of July quotes.
- Laurie Pettis with "Shine the Light."
- Nolan Crabb reviews "I will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives." (DBC 06869)
- Nancy Scott with "A Wonderful Wish."
- Marilyn Smith tells us about some free journaling workshops.
- Gayle Adams comments on books.
- Bob Branco on audible traffic signals.
- Diane Bankes about "Driving Blind."
- From Jane McIver: "Fcc Announces new Non-Broadcast Networks Subject to Description Requirements."
- We have an update on the Friendship Raffle.
- Doug Thibaut would like help with Netflix on the i-phone.
- Ty Bellini is looking for rechargeable batteries and an i-phone.
- Linda Bennett sent in: "Lexington Business's Goal: Build a Better Dog Harness."
- Robert Herrick introduces himself and talks about his boxing podcast.
- We have the final piece from the 1960 Hadley School recording.
- We have selections from the July 1987 Newsreel.
- Alice Crespo tells us she is an Avon representative.
- E. Z. Cleghorn asks for your prayers; discusses Apple updates; Windows 10; Browsers and one way to access the Bible.
- From Tom Kaufman: "Freedom Scientific Partners with Computers for the Blind."
- Ruthie Wagoner is looking for a male friend.
- Marg Schmitz on cats; synesthesia and has something to give away.
- Jane McIver with an answer to the jumble; we have an alternative answer and Brad Barrows with a new jumble.
- Duncan Holmes demonstrates the Orbit Reader 20.
- Irwin has a strange sound for you.
- Pastor Philip Jackson on hearing aids.
- Garnet Claypool with a joke.
- Irwin has a new e-mail address.
- Clarence Fountain led Blind Boys of Alabama ends the issue.