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[First Prize Winning Model Train in Model Railroader]

Description: Two Photographs of an award winning model train build by William Basden of Hialeah, Florida. On the train are "490" and "Texas & Pacific." There are also two paragraphs of text mounted next to the photos. The first paragraph describes the train as an "0-8-0 switcher of Texas & Pacific design." The second paragraph describes the process of building the model and the scores it received. At the bottom of the image is a clipping of the Model Railroader Logo and volume information.
Date: December 1973
Creator: Model Railroader magazine
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Newspaper Clipping from Haslet's Carnival]

Description: Newspaper clipping with a photograph of two children in fake crowns; the caption on the bottom reads: "Haslet's Carnival king and queen, Pam Lewallen and Danny Tollett were crowned Saturday night during the annual PTO Halloween Carnival."
Date: October 27, 1973
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Newspaper Clippings: Ten Year Anniversary]

Description: Newspaper clippings in recognition of the tenth anniversary of President Kennedy's death. Articles include "The day we said goodby to Camelot," "Assassination report stands test of time," "Dallas stunned as world turns anger on the city," "Man of destiny: Connally became household world," "Marina is happy: Widow of troubled Marxist enjoying the good life," "Deep faith sustains Rose Kennedy," "Ex-chief of police recalls wrath of the world," "Leavelle recalls seeing Ruby's arm come up," "Shift of Oswald seemed simple," "Where are they now?," "Memorials pay tribute to JFK," "Secret Service agent became LBJ's shield," "The setting for last bitter dregs of a tragic story," "Jackie Onassis: She survives public scorn," "Officer still feels good about capturing Oswald," "Children seem to bear no scars of tragedy," "Oath of office, transition of power," and "Tragedy in Dallas: 3 shots shook the nation."
Date: November 21, 1973
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Department.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marius Hansen Anniversary Newspaper Photograph, March 20, 1973]

Description: Newspaper photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marius Hansen, Sr. celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary on March 20, 1973. Mr. Hansen is wearing a dark suit and boutonniere, seated to the right of a table; Mrs. Hansen is wearing a light-colored dress with a corsage and is standing behind him to the left. There is a decorated, cone-shaped cake on the table topped with a heart containing the numeral "50." The caption below the photograph says "Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marius Hansen, Sr., are admiring their 'Kranse-Kage', Danish Wedding Cake, at their recent Golden Wedding Anniversary. The 'Kranse-Kage', used in the observance of anniversaries among the Danish people, is tiered, and when the top tier is removed, a bottle of wine is discovered inside for the happy couple."
Date: March 20, 1973
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Editor viewpoints: 'Chicano' Is a part of the idiom

Description: Letter from John J. Herrera to the Houston Chronicle in response to Mrs. Marta Daumas' letter published on August 9th criticizing the use of the word "Chicano". Herrera explains that this word, once part of the Mexican American slang, has now become an American language idiom. He and other Mexican-Americans, unlike Mexicans from Mexico, appreciate the appellation as a source of pride and recognition of their Mexican ancestry.
Date: August 23, 1973
Creator: Herrera, John J.
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Newspaper clipping about Arlington Police Officers receiving awards, 1973]

Description: Photograph of an Arlington Citizens Journal newspaper clipping about five police officers recieving awards for their achievements. The title caption under the picture is "Top Cops." Those listed in the clipping are: Richard Love, Ben Bounds, Lionel (Lee) Eastman, John Faltynski, and Bob Callas. Awards given were watches or .38 pistols.
Date: June 18, 1973
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Arlington Police Substation 1 described in the Arlington Citizen Journal, 1973, 2nd view]

Description: Photograph of a newspaper clipping from the Arlington Citizen Journal dated November 8, 1973 telling about Arlington's first police substation located on Little School Road. Arlington Substation 1 shared the facility with Fire Station 7. Substation 1 was also referred to as Little Road Station. A police motorcycle, a detective car, and a community service van are parked in the front parking lot and fire vehicles are parked inside the fire station garages. When the building opened in 1971, a portion of the building was used by the Police Department for a training center, community services, polygraph examinations, and traffic/motorcycle offices. Later in 1973, the section used by the police was dedicated as its first police substation with desk officers on duty 24 hours.
Date: November 8, 1973
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Arlington Police Substation 1 described in the Arlington Citizen Journal, 1973, 1st view]

Description: Photograph of a newspaper clipping from the Arlington Citizen Journal dated November 8, 1973 telling about Arlington's first police substation located on Little School Road. Arlington Substation 1 shared the facility with Fire Station 7. Substation 1 was also referred to as Little Road Station. A police motorcycle, a detective car, and a community service van are parked in the front parking lot and fire vehicles are parked inside the fire station garages. When the building opened in 1971, a portion of the building was used by the Police Department for a training center, community services, polygraph examinations, and traffic/motorcycle offices. Later in 1973, the section used by the police was dedicated as its first police substation with desk officers on duty 24 hours.
Date: November 8, 1973
Partner: Arlington Public Library