The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida on May 3, 1966 · 6
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The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida · 6

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THE TAMPA TRIBUNE. Tufsdiy, Ma? J. 19S Tribune's John Frasca Wins (Continued from Fate 1) The Tribune in August, 1964 after a varied career in newspaper and public relations work. His first newspaper job was with the Hattiesburg (Miss.) American after graduation from Mississippi College in 1940. He spent three years as a Marine Corps officer in World War II. Later he was with United Press, The Boston American ind the Philadelphia Daily News. At one time he was press secretary for Gov. David Lawrence of Pennsylvania. The reporter is a native of Lynn, Mass., is married and has five children. He lives in Clearwater. Frasca gives credit for the prize to those who helped him. including Syde Deeb, Tallahassee builder and financier; Manuel Garcia, Tampa attorney, and Clark Stone and Jack Alderman, Lakeland private detectives. "Credit also goes to The Tribune staff which believed in the story when I was writing it " Frasca said. James H, Couey Jr., president and publisher of The ADVERTISEMENT Fair or Foul! PICK FAIR! TIME TO SWAP & CUT TAXES buying oltl2292222 MABRY, RICE & INSURORS "REALTORS 509 Twiggs Street Yes, get spot cash for DON'T WASTE 3 Removal Sale if r it. linn OFFICE! FURNISHINGS Corner Tampa & Madison Removal Sale Begins 9 A.M. Monday, May 2 First Come-First Served CASH SALE ONLY Prices SUPPLIES Social Stationery : Party Supplies Folders, Scotch Tape Dispensers Bookkeeping Supplies Type Ribbons Wedding Albums Staples, Staplers and etc. 2 to 7o Off After Monday SALE HOURS 10 A.M. 'til 4 P.M. 13 REMOVAL SALECZ aw t-'- ;f A Pa National-Johnson Tribune and Times, called the award "A much deserved tribute to an American newspaperman who spotted a wrong and set out to right it "And It's further a tribute to those who sit on the desk editing the news, displaying the news and offering Mr. Frasca encouragement by recognizing the value of his efforts. "We of The Tribune are proud of John Frasca and all of his co-workers who backed him up," Couey said. "All of us are delighted with this recognition of an outstanding Tampa Tribune reporter" said Tribune Managing Editor Harold Tyler. Other Journalism winners were: Local reporting general the staff of the Los Angeles Times for its coverage of the Watts riots. BORING, INC Phone 229-8088 just about anything IT - SELL IT! L ft From FURNITURE Desks Arm Chairs Swivel Chairs File Cabinets Card Cabinets Lamps Desk Accessories PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Think for yourself... tf C! 1 Cartoon Wright Photography Sawada Editorial writing Robert Lasch of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Schlesinger Wins Second Pulitzer for JFK Book mm History Miller Fiction-Porter NEW YORK W) The 1966 Pulitzer Prize for fiction was awarded yesterday to "The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter." Perry Miller won the history award for "The Life of the Mind in America: From the Revolution to the Civil War." "A Thousand Days : John F. Kennedy in the White House" by Arthur M. Schlesinger won the Pulitier biography award. Richard Eberhart won the poetry prize for "Selected Poems (1930-1965)." The general nonfiction award was given to Edwin Way Teale for "Wandering Through Winter." Leslie Bassett won the music award for his "Variations for Orchestra." There was no drama award this year. No reasons was given. The awards were voted yesterday by the trustees of Columbia University. Each of the awards carries $500 to the winner. Katherine Anne Porter, the 75-year-old novelist and short story writer, included stories spanning her long career in the collection that won the fiction award. Her most recent major work was "Ship of Fools," published in 1962. Miss Porter has received two Guggenheim Fellowships and a Ford Foundation Grant. Miss Porter's collected stories also won the $1,000 fiction prize of the National Book Awards in March. The history winner was unfinished when its author, a professor at Harvard University, died in 1963. His wife helped finish it and it was published posthumously last summer. Schlesinger's award for "A Thousand Days" was his second Pulitzer Prize. He won the history award in 1946 for "The Age of Jackson." PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Editorials Lasch Cartoon Don Wright of the Miami News, for his editorial cartoons exemplified A Poetry Eberhart "A Thousand Days" is partially a personal memoir by Schlesinger, who was special assistant to the late President John F. Kennedy for three years. The 112 Eberhart poems came from his publshed work over the last 35 years and included some new works. Eberhart is a professor of English and poet in residence at Dartmouth College. "Wandering Through Winter," that won the general nonfiction award for Teale, is the final volume in a 15-year project of chronicling the natural history of the four seasons in America. Teale wrote it after a 111-day, 20,000 mile journey across America during the winter of 1961-62, and touches on subjects ranging from rickets to gray whales. Bassett's "Variations for Orchestra" was first performed in the United States by Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia orchestra on Oct. 22, 1965, in Philadelphia. Bassett, professor of music at the University of Michigan, studied composition with Ross Lee Finney, Nadia Boulanger, Arthur Honegger, and Roberto Gerhard, and has written music for a wide range of instrumentation. He has also written a film score and incidental music for plays. British Clerk Admits One Moor Slaying CHESTER, England W Ian Brady, 28-year-old stock clerk, told the Moors murder trial yesterday he expects to be convicted of the killing of 17-year-old Edward Evans. Brady clashed sharply with prosecutor Sir Elwyn Jones under cross-examination, admitted killing Evans and preparing a plan to bury his body on the bleak Yorkshire moorlands. Brady denied, however, that he had anything to do with the murder of two children, 10-year-old Lesley Ann Downey and 12-year-old John Kilbride, whose bodies were discovered in shallow peat graves on the moors. He has pleaded not guilty to all three murders, as has his ash-blonde mistress, 23-year-old Myra Hindley. mi mi en FORYOIl WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th . . . every phase of planning a wedding completely researched in the tmm tlSSf mi mr m y v -t .,jm f ' 0 THE TAMPA TRIBUNE and THE TAMPA TIMES fhont 229-7777 for homt delivery Circulation Pi pi, Pulitzer by one entitled "You mean you were bluff Ing?" It showed two injured men limping toward one another between two craters in a war-ravaged landscape. News photography Kyoichi Sawada of the United Press International for his combat photography in Viet Nam. Arnett, 33, a native of Riv-erton, New Zealand, has reported from Viet Nam for 3lfc years, much of the time from under fire. One of his stories concerned the fate of U.S. Marines "supply column 21," which he reported under attack by the Viet Cong, and another concerned the valor of green American troops during the. . heavy fighting In the la Drang Valley. It was the 50th annual award of the prizes, created in the will of Joseph Pulitzer, founder of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and later publisher of the New York World. He died in 1911. The Boston Globe's public service prize was for a campaign directed by editor Thomas Winship. The leading work was done by political editor Robert L. Healy, chief editorial writer Charles L. Whipple, Washington correspondents James S. Doyle and Martin F. Nolan, court- PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT NOW AT ALL GITGO STATIONS! Prize Not one but 4 first prizes. : for 4 lufhv benhfa! 1966 DODGE CHARGER PLUS CHRYSLER FIBERGLASS BOAT, OUTBOARD MOTOR AND TRAILER. 4 COMPLETE OUTFITS! COLOR TY SETS! TEN DAY VACATIONS FOR TWO, FLYING PAN AM TO LONDON, LISBON, RIO OR HAWAII... 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