Table of contents September 2015.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. From Linda Bennett: "September Day."
  3. Irwin reports on using a "Chip Enabled" card reader.
  4. Garnet Claypool is looking for a song.
  5. Christine Chaikin has a Colorado resource book available.
  7. Tom Lykins would like more information about changing of the calendar and a formula for finding out what day you were born.
  8. How Google Designs for the Blind."
  9. Diana Burkhardt wants a talking calculator.
  10. We have September birthdays.
  11. Adrijana Prokopenko tells us about Facebook groups for blind pen pals and finding blindness related items.
  12. We hear of the passing of Alana McNeely.
  13. We received word that Will Webb passed away.
  14. We learn that Paul Burkhardt passed away.
  15. From Tom Kaufman: New NLS Website.
  17. Lisa Burkhardt wants to know more about a medical condition.
  18. Tom Kaufman sent in an article about the DAR 101 Digital Recorder.
  19. Kate thanks you for your participation in the Raffle.
  20. Marilyn Kirchner missed some phone messages that might have been from Newsreelers.
  21. "Study Shows Remarkable Adaptability of our Brains Vision Center."
  22. Diane Motchuk sends in an article about "Reminder Rosie."
  24. Mickey Prahin reports on Bob's hospitalization.
  25. From Katie Frederick and Kim Charlson: "Express Scripts Pilot for Scriptalk."
  26. Jean LaGrange likes a website.
  28. Richard Brock tells you how to get help with your Olympus digital recorder.
  29. We have the answer for the August jumble and Irwin has a new one for September.
  30. Gary Sivak has a radio to give away.
  31. From Ed Fedush: "Thoughts on Old Age."
  32. Adrijana Prokopenko sends in the song "Going Back Home."


  1. Tom D'Agostino in The Wax Works with "Remember."
  2. Kate about her cooking experiences; shares a recipe; has the cookbook winners for August and we have a couple of cookbooks for September to pass along.
  3. Robert Wegner with a crockpot chicken recipe and remembrances of a coffee cake.
  4. Linda Brown with her mail-order food review.
  5. Jeanne Corcoran with some crockpot recipes.
  6. Marg Schmitz with a couple of recipe ideas.
  7. "An Inspiring Look at one Blind Veteran who Helps so Many Others."
  9. Mike Lantz on cassette recorders and talking watches; checking out items he wants to buy and he says that his mother had a small stroke.
  10. From Tom Kaufman: "Typewriters are Back in Style and Demand."
  11. Diane Motchuk wants to know more about various braille writers and comments on the IBM braille typewriter.
  12. Krystal Hester needs a small cassette recorder.


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Abbie Taylor with one of her late husband's favorite songs.
  4. Lee Tucker sent in "What to do When you Meet a Sighted Person."
  5. Nolan Crabb reviews "Fire Flight." (DB 59093)
  6. Nancy Scott with "I'll Remember Where I Put that."
  7. From Second Sense: AFB has recognized Apple, Looking for a Career in Information Technology? and the San Francisco Lighthouse is looking for writers who are blind or visually impaired.
  8. Haben Girma is the first deaf-blind Harvard Law School graduate.
  9. We learn about the Reimage.
  11. Victor Schmidt has a health update.
  12. Linda Permar sent in a recipe for baked fried chicken.
  13. Tom Lykins is looking for a relationship with ladies who "live radio."
  14. From Ann Chiappetta: "In the Company of Dogs."
  15. Julie Cobb on NLS magazines and print-braille book order forms.
  16. We welcome some new Newsreel members.
  17. Ed Fedush sent in "Advice from Alexander The Great."
  18. Mary Rudys with "Red River Valley."


  1. From Brad Barrows: "Does the Spearmint Lose Its Flavor on the Bed Post Over Night?"
  3. Paul Harvey with "Inspector Drew."
  4. Amy Phillippi demonstrates the game "Ninety-nine."
  6. Irwin reports on his Jury Duty.
  7. "NASA Sofia has Flight Date."
  9. Doug Hudson reports on his Talking Time I.
  10. "Visually Impaired Teens Hike the Grand Canyon."
  11. From Katie Frederick: "At some Museums, Blind Visitors can Touch the Art."
  12. Rickey Torres is looking for a reel-to-reel tape recorder and would like suggestions for keeping a phone book.