Mac's Believe It or Not!
| ||by John McDougald|
GRAMMA MAC "ON THE ROAD"
It sure is hard to keep Gramma Mac at home these days! She is "on a
mission". You would think she had already given up the job as editor of
Crown Jewels of the Wire magazine! Well, she has one more issue, but she has
They Had To!
| ||by Mike Miller|
Dear Research Division Editor
In a letter in the February 1972
Crown Jewels, a certain Chris Hedges of Kansas City, Missouri mentions having an
unembossed sun-colored amethyst CD 121 with tiny crosshatching on the skirt that
A battered sign assured me! was at the Crystal Village. A thick chain dragged
on the ground between two posts and the sun glimmered on the sides of structures
that seemed to sprout among the weeds. There was no one about. Traffic roared by on Highway
3. The door of the church smacked methodically against its jamb like a lazy
I Really Go for Go-Withs
| ||by Roger Lucas|
I've collected insulators for about 25 years now and it wasn't until
exploring the Muncie plant site of Hemingray that I had gained a great
appreciation for the other products made by insulator manufacturers or carry the
names of those manufacturers. It's no secret that Hemingray remains at the heart