No press releases are currently recorded for this year.
Amarillo (TX) Globe-Times
For exposing a breakdown in local law enforcement with resultant punitive action that swept lax officials from their posts and brought about the election of a reform slate. The newspaper thus exerted its civic leadership in the finest tradition of journalism.
Local Reporting; Edition Time
Sanche De Gramont of New York Herald Tribune
For his moving account of the death of Leonard Warren on the Metropolitan Opera stage.
Local Reporting; No Edition Time
Edgar May of Buffalo (NY) Evening News
For his series of articles on New York State's public welfare services entitled, "Our Costly Dilemma," based in part on his three-month employment as a State case worker. The series brought about reforms that attracted nation-wide attention.
Edward R. Cony of The Wall Street Journal
For his analysis of a timber transaction which drew the attention of the public to the problems of business ethics.
Lynn Heinzerling of Associated Press
For his reporting under extraordinarily difficult conditions of the early stages of the Congo crisis and his keen analysis of events in other parts of Africa.
William J. Dorvillier of San Juan (Puerto Rico) Star
For his editorials on clerical interference in the 1960 gubernatorial election in Puerto Rico.
Carey Orr of Chicago Tribune
For "The Kindly Tiger," published on October 8, 1960.
Yasushi Nagao of Mainichi, Tokyo
For his photograph, "Tokyo Stabbing," distributed by United Press International and widely printed in American newspapers.