Press: Awards' Aftermath

To the number of those who annually dissent from the awards of the Pulitzer Prize committee (TIME, May 11) were added last week 8 of the 9 Justices of Iowa's Supreme Court. The gold Pulitzer plaque for the most meritorious public service by a newspaper in 1935 had gone to Iowa's Editor Verne Marshall and his Cedar Rapids Gazette for having aroused law enforcement officers into a flurry of arrests, leading to indictments and convictions of State officials for various corrupt practices. Day after the Gazette got its plaque the Supreme Court set free 31 officials. Previously State Liquor Commission Chairman...

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