Table of contents September 2018.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. We start with a song in honor of Labor Day.
  4. We have an update from Kate after her surgery.
  5. Loren Wakefield on what Newsreel means to him; tells us about a couple of Apps he likes and is looking for some slates.
  6. From Tom Kaufman: "Uber Health."
  7. John McCune on what Newsreel means to him.
  8. The Eye Doctor who could not See the Stars.
  9. We have September birthdays.
  10. Dana Ard talks about her Newsreel experiences.
  11. "New Gym Created to Help people with Disabilities."
  12. Betty LaGrange wonders where to get a braille manual for a cell phone.
  13. From Bojane Heap: A New Accessible Mobile Phone.
  15. Tom Lykins on radios from yesteryear and he is looking for a relationship.
  16. Linda Bennett sent in a joke.
  17. Mary Ann DeLong says congratulations on 60 years of Newsreel.
  18. "Blacklick Couple Leads Group Helping people Overcome Vision Loss."


  1. We have Gerry Gabrielli from September 2004.
  2. Robert Wegner has a cake recipe.
  3. Southwest Airlines Updates Its Policies for Service Animals."
  4. Jeanne Corcoran has some recipes and comments on early reading.
  5. Victor Schmidt shares a recipe.
  6. "Kroger Begins Testing Driverless Grocery Delivery."
  7. Pam and Frank Spurlock on help from sighted people and discuss cookbooks.
  8. "Kelloggs Rice Krispies Treats Launches Braille Snack Notes for Visually Impaired Kids."
  10. Joan Andrews comments on dealing with people with disabilities and weight loss programs.
  11. "As Population Ages, Libraries Deliver to more Home-bound Book Worms."
  12. John Harden sent in a song for Mike Lantz.


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Duncan Holmes with "September in the Rain."
  3. From Nancy Scott: "Turn, Turn, Turn."
  4. Nolan Crabb reviews: "Chasing the Dime." (DB 55050)
  5. E. Z. Cleghorn on the importance of the Harry Potter books.
  6. "Robot Car Firms May Get a Break on Safety Rules."
  7. Diane Motchuk on AM radio.
  8. Bojane Heap lets us know that Gloria Rathbone passed away.
  9. Nancy Levy has some Christian authors she likes.
  10. Duncan Holmes with "September Song."


  1. Stan Doran takes us on a tour of the Railroad Museum from September 1988.
  2. George Gray has a talking Bible to give away and two cassette recorders and a Romeo 20 to sell.
  3. "A Family Ditches the Driver."
  4. Doug Hudson on changes in cell phone technology.
  5. We learned that Beverly Gustafson passed away.
  6. From Marianne Daley: "Robotic Cats Help Soothe Patients with Dementia."
  7. Ruthie Wagoner comments on care givers and on radio.
  8. Carol McCarl tells us how she learned about Newsreel and has an update on Dialog Magazine.
  9. Garnet Claypool on personal care workers.
  10. From Tom Kaufman: "Iron Man, Hawkeye and Blue Ear?"
  11. Crystal Hester is in need of an i-device.
  12. Victor Schmidt comments on stupid things sighted people say and on radio stations.
  13. Pastor Philip Jackson has CD cases to pass along; comments on dating; tells us about an interesting experience and is looking for pen pals.
  14. Gary Grunewald would like suggestions for using speech input on his computer.
  15. We have the answer for the August jumble and a new one for September.
  16. From Bojane Heap: Braille Scrabble Board and tiles wanted.
  17. From tom Kaufman: How LED Lighting can Help Those with Visual Impairments Navigate the City."