Table of contents September 2013.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. Henry Furtak with the theme from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
  3. From Linda Bennett: "When it is September."
  4. The American Council of the Blind of Ohio Seeks an Executive Director.
  6. Duncan Holmes about radio stations; games on the i-Phone and wonders about a GPS App.
  7. Randy Shelton introduces herself and discusses Apps for i devices.
  8. Diane Motchuk would like braille health magazines.
  9. From Second Sense: "History of Disability in America", a braille Advent calendar, we hear about a new pamphlet with questions and answers about the ADA and we learn about ways to combat identity theft.
  10. Ellen Flourie would like pen pals.
  11. We have September birthdays.
  12. Victor Schmidt talks about FM skip.
  13. Mike Lantz on the National Radio Club convention and would welcome correspondence.
  14. The Princeton Braillists offer a map of Kansas.
  16. Peggy Covey asks for a friend about sending messages into Newsreel and Irwin has some suggestions.
  17. Tom Kaufman sent in information about the National Deaf-blind Equipment Distribution Program.
  19. Leslie Miller with a demonstration of a time and temperature talking clock.
  20. We learn about an upcoming guide dog conference.


  1. Tom D'Agostino with "No Help Wanted" in The Wax Works.
  2. Kate has an update on our cookbook.
  3. Robert Wegner on hot beans.
  4. Linda Brown with her mail-order food review.
  5. Jeanne Corcoran has suggestions for donating a CCTV and sends in some recipes.
  6. Linda Bennett with a pork chop recipe.
  7. Joni Colver has some braille recipes to pass along.
  8. We hear about Braille Design.
  10. Paul Burkhardt has a new phone number.
  11. A Nurse's Best Description of a Female's Heart Attack.
  12. Marg Schmitz will be retiring her guide dog.
  13. From Tom Kaufman: "An Initiative that will Enhance Accessibility."


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Catie Mangrum sends in a song.
  3. Kate welcomes new Life Members to the Newsreel.
  4. Nancy Scott with an essay called "Learning by Chocolate."
  5. Irwin demonstrates the Bookport Desktop from APH.
  7. From Tom Kaufman: "New Study Finds Blind People have the Potential to Use their Inner Bat to Locate Objects."
  8. We have the answer for the August jumble and Brad Barrows has a new one.
  9. We hear about John Lizza's stay in the hospital and the passing of Delores Walker and Brenda Dillon.
  10. Don Cardinal would like to know more about the Orcam.
  11. From Tom Kaufman: "New Resource for Blind or Low Vision Visitors at the U.S. Capitol."
  13. Thanks to a Newsreeler, we have six OTR MP3 CDS for a donation.
  14. From Ed Fedush: "Burgulary in Florida, you can't Make this Stuff up!"


  1. We have part six of Jack Benny's Golden Memories of Radio.
  2. John Harden announces that he is repairing Perkins Braille Writers.
  3. Gayle Adams with "You know you are a Ham if ..."
  4. "New Gadgets Help Disabled Find Work."
  6. Marty Honaker with an interview about Charmtech Labs.
  8. Ginger Harms about catalogs from Maxi Aids.
  9. "On It's Fiftieth Birthday the Cassette Tape is still Rolling."