The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1953 · Page 10
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PAfflE SHCTEEM BLn'UEVU.LC (ARK.) COURIER TUUWAX, MAI' *, VttU Hemingways Novel W/ns Pulitzer Prize MBW YORK (AP) — His vivid tale of "TIw OW Man »nd «h< Bat" to<J»y wu ttw ««t of Earnest Hemmingway's msny no«k to bring hint » PuUtwr priw In hie 30-year Ilterai-y career. Hemingway's short novel yesterday won the 1953 Pulitzer Prize for The stage award went to William Iqfe tot his Broadway hit play ''•Picnic." R«p«6t winners In this year's llit of prises were Archibald Mac- Leiib, poetry, and Associated Tins writer Don Whitehead, who received honors for national reporting. The New York Times re- oeirtd its second special Pulitzer citation, this time for its Sunday •dttton section, "Review of the .Week." Selections foj- the 1963 Pulitzer awards were announced yesterday oy the trustees of Columbia University. The prizes were made for work done during 1952. Othw awards announced yesterday: Meritorious public service by a HONOR F. D. R.-Workmen at Grand Coulee Dam, Wash., lower a one-ton nickel and " bronze bust of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt onto a pedestal at the east end of the dam's lake named in his honor. The bust was executed by Frederic Littman of Portland, Ore. newspaper—the Whttevitie, N. C. News Reporter and the Tabor Citj N. C., Tribune for their successfu campaign against the Ku Klux Klan. The independently publisher papers are the first weeklies eve to win a Pulitzer Prize. International reporting — Austli Wehrweiri, 37, of the Milwaukee Wls., Journal, for a series Of ar tides on Canada. Local reporting—Staff reporters and photographers of the Provi dence (R. I.) Journal and Evening Bulletin for their coverage of e bank robbery; and Edward J Mowery, 47, of *• New York World-Telegram and Sun, for his stories leading to vindication of » man falsely imprisoned for life as i. murderer. Cartoon—Edward D. Kuekes, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, for his sketch of two soldiers in Korea carrying a dead buddy and commenting that he wa« too young to vote. Editorials — Vermont Connecticut Royster, 39, of the Wall Street Journal, for his regular editorial series covering many topics. Hot Photograph News photographer — William M. Gallagher, 30, of the Flint (Mich.) Journal, for his picture of Democratic presidential candidate Adlai E. Stevenson campaigning with a hole in the sole of his shoe Biography—David J. Mays. 67 and Virginia-born, for his book on Edmund Pendleton, the lawyer who guided Virginia in its advocacy of American independence in 1716. History—George Dangerfield, 47, for his "The Era of Good Feelings," a study of the administrations of James Monroe and John Quincy Adams. He is British-born. No award was made in music this year. The $1,500 traveling scholarship in art went to Joseph Anuszklewlez, 22, of Erie, Pa., a student at the Cleveland Institute of Art. The winning novel by Hemingway, 54, is the story of an aged fisherman's fight to land a giant fish. Whitehead, 45, a Virginia native, won his second Pulitzer Prize yesterday for his 4,400-word story, "The Great Deception," a graphic description of President Elsenhow- er's secret flight to Korea before his Inauguration. Whitehead in 1951 shared a Pulitzer for his Korean War coverage with several TO BE SHOWN HERE — Molly, a two-horned white rhinoceros, will be a feature of the menagerie accompanying the Dtano Bros. Circus, which will present two performances on North Highway 61 here Friday. The circus will appear here under the auspices of the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce. A circus parade at noon will precede the matinee performance. Conwcfs Break Out of Jail, Rob Safe, then Break Back in BURLINGTON, Vt. </P) — The strange story of how two prisoners broke out of Ja;l, robbed an express company safe of $400 and then broke heir way back into jail last Saturday was related today by Sheriff Dewey Perry. He identified the prisoners .is Pred Hamelln, 27, and Clyde A. Hamblln, 26, and said this Is how hey did it: They pried some bricks loose from he basement cl Chittenden County Jail, walked out the front yard and hree blocks down the street. They entered Gay's Express Com>any office, cracked the safe, stole 400, re-entered the jail through heir hole, replaced the bricks and •ent back to their cells. Perry said the break might have one unnoticed If the prisoners hful- .t' begun acting "sort of strange." Investigators found $60 on Hamlin's person and $27 on two other rlsoners. Another $145 was found ewed In Hameltn's cell and $143 in -famblin's bedding. Perry said Hamelin is serving 90 ays for auto theft and Hamblln thro? to 18 months on a bad check charge. Red General Dies MOSCOW (/Pi—Soviet newspapers reported today the death of Air Force Lt. Gen. Nikolai Muyanskil after a short illness. He was 52. ;her correspondents. The awards for Journalism are orth $.1,000 each to the winners, he prize-winning newspapers get old medals. Awards In other elds are worth $500. Joseph Pulitzer, the late publish- r and founder of the St. Louis ost-Dlspatch, established the Pul- zer Prizes In journalism and let- in a bequest ol 2Vi million ollars to Columbia Dnlversity. wards announced yesterday were the 3Clh annual prizes. GOOD USED FURNITURE We are now using the second floor of our store exclusively for used furniture. We feel by doing: this we can serve our customers better in three ways. 1. We can give you more for your used furniture on new. 2. If you want to buy pood used furniture we will have it. 3. If you want to sell used furniture we will buy it. In any of the three cases we would like the opportunity of figuring with you. Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Ph. 2302 Parental Attitudes May Stir Emotional Conflict in Child LS ANOELES I*-Parental attitude* may be feeding the fires of emotional conflict in the youngster and keeping him awake, Dr. Melltta Sperling of the State University of New York Medical Center told'the American Psychiatric Association yesterday. He cited the case of an over- Indulgent mother who was so afraid of her boy's crying that she hired a helper to sit with him through the nights. Dr. Sperling told the mother to let him cry. The mother said she would be evicted if she did that. Dr. Sperling gave her a certificate saying It was necessary. It.worked. Three years later the boy was sleeping normally. " Dr. Sperling also told of a woman whose overcarefulness of her 6-month-old baby disguised a feeling of hostility. She would lean over the crib to make sure he was breathing; would fuss wljh the bed clothes and awaken 1 the child, then take him out of his bed. The mother had to be made to realize her attitude was responsible, Dr. Sperling said. There was a 10-year-old girl who stayed awake until early morning:, then slept until she would be late For that original Bourbon taste...enjoy the one and only JAMES E.PEPPER the original Kentucky Bourbon Now... also available \y years old Botlled-in-Bond 24 5 4/5 Qt. PI. Bom with the Republic ... Firsl Bourbon m Kentucky (1780). More years than any $ft06 Kentucky Bourbon . . more \$ nirif friends every year. Kentucky Straight Bourbon lf'ht$kcy. 86 proof JAMES E PEPPE* 4 CO . INC . lEXINGIQN, K pint 1.55 Court CltrkflrU For Taking B«4i CHICAGO W) — Municipal Co«rt Deputy Clerk George Luto, 4T, w«« fired yesterday after a deputy shor- Iff arrested him for taking hone race bet*. — In the lobby of ttw for school. Dr. Sperling found that as a baby the girl had been given hourly bottle feedings during the night because the mother ttwwght the child's stomach was small. The girl drank a quart of mlllc during sleeping hours,.and when the feedings were stopped she developed serious insomnia. Spankings and sedatives did no good. Psychiatric treatment straightened her out. Look beyond the price tog! m 1953 GttC Pickup 1565 *"i' delivered locally gives you — 105 HP Valve-in-head Engine . 8.0 to 1 Compression Ratio • "6-Footer" Cab • 45-Amper« Generator • Double-Acting Shock Absorber! • Recirculating Ball-Be&ring Steering . Self- Energizing Brakes • Synchro-Mesh Transmission • 6-PIy Heavy-Duty Tires. •Model 101-22. DUAt-EANGE TRUCK HYDRA-MATIC and olhei optional equipment, accessories, stole and local taxes, if_any, additional. Pricei may vary slightly in adjoining communities due to shipping chargei. All prices subject to chango without nolico. HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. 309 E. 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