First Ohioana Award
Reston's Book Brings Prize To Former Ohioan COLUMBUS, Oct. 24 (AP) — James B. Reston receives today the annual Ohioana prize for writing "the book published this year by an Ohioan that has contributed most to the understanding of present-day America." Reston, former Associated Press foreign correspondent and now',- connected with the Office of War ^ Information in wachinrrirv,, n-in ..„ I Information in Washington, will re-! ceive a SSO war bond from the Ohioana libnu-y for his book "Prelude To Victory.' 1 Walter Havighttrst of Oxford O , Miami university English professor, [receives first ihis . mention for; 1 saga of the Great LRkes, "The rr CV>iv-i_ T-t • -_•» . -_ ! |L °"? Ships pas ^"g. ; '" ancrw/M.IS' j Kiplinger. author of the Kiplingerl I Washington Letter, has second hon-! OI ' Rble mention for Washington is, __-Tiilr£* T^Vin t "i tr I »-> 1 i w *. -,.. r ^ ..t._ <? . i Likc That.' 1 Kiplinger formerly liv-1 e d in Beliefontaine, O., and for a ! ca ,.. ._.-,. was on the staff of the Ohio St ^e Journal here. (that I he was P llbUcist for Ohio State MIt - v<s Athletio association and publicity director for the Cin- team in 1934.1 From 1934 to 1937 Reston was d e pre e ss^ kfSta /h° f "V etAs50ciat - ed Press and for the next two veavs Ta " drif ° r Lonon ***** He was on the New York Times' London staff! ofi^^r 1 "!^,^^! 1 ; £! „„ , Reslon high school golf in 1927 and Ohio king in 1931. Ohioana i -,/ Rrnn, f devoted to and about Ohioans and founded by Mrs. Myers Cooper, wife of the former gov- I ernor. in 1929.