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   Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - October 22, 1964, Fayetteville, Arkansas                               10 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foyettcvillt, ArknnMt, Thursday, October 22, 1964 French Writer Jean-Paul Sarte Wins Nobel Prize For Literature STOCKHOLM (AP) The Swedish Academy of Letters to- day awarded the 1964 Nobel Prize for literature to French playwright-novelist Jean Paul Sartre. The academy in its citation spoke of Sartre's "imaginative writing, which by reason of its spirit of freedom and striving for truth has exercised a far- reaching influence on our age." Man Kills Wife, Clubs 4 Children, Commits Suicide DENHAM SPRINGS, La. (AP) A college teacher killed his wife, shot and clubbed his four children and then commit- ted suicide late Wednesday night, police reported. Officers, arriving soon after- ward, rushed the children to a hospital in Baton Rouge. An 8- year-eld boy died en route. The others were In critical condition. The dead: Harvey Smith, 36, a faculty member at South- eastern Louisiana College in Hammond and a former minis- ter; his wife, Sarah, 30; and Jheir son Kenneth. In critical condition were The 59-year old writer-philo- sopher was reported by sources here to have written the acad- emy in advance declining the prize for "personal and objec- tive reasons." Sartre since has gone into hiding. The prize sum this year is a record-high crowns Sari re was quoted by friends as saying he does no want any prize "whether a sack of potatoes or a Nobel Prize.' If Sarlre refuses to accept Hie prize money the academy may put Hie money back info its funds. Sarlre, who for two decades has been an ofttn irritating commentator and conscience or he world scene, is the lltl r'renshman lo receive the No bel Literature Prize. Other post war French laureates were St Kathy, Glenn, 12, Janice, Physicians 10, and said the two girls were shot in the head with a .22 caliber pistol, Ihcn slugged with n hammer. Glenn was beaten with the hammer. Odom Graves, chief deputy, said no one had any ideas what triggered Smith's bloody urge lo wipe out the family. A NOBEL GHEETING-Dr. Konrad Bloch, 82, Harvard blo- ehcmlat, is greeted by a congratulatory message on his door In Cambridge alter word that he a Nobel Prize win- ner He shares tha award for medicine with Prof. Feodor Lyiien of Munich, West Germany, for cholesterol reaeorch. PERFECTION ACHIEVED SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Trinity University Registrar Burford Higgins scanned record enrollment figures and decided the 96-year-old school has achieved "perfection in co-edu- cation." Exactly men and John Perse in I960, Albert Cam us in 1957. Francois Mauriac ]952 and Andre Gide 1947. Sartre is regarded as Ihej founder of Hie French exislen- lialisl cult, Itic logical assertion of actuality, as opposed lo ideal- ity. Educated al the Lycee Henri IV and Hie Ecole Normale Su- perieure in Paris, Sartre taught al Lycee du Havre and later traveled in Egypt, Greece and Italy in the pre-World War II years. He taught philosophy from 1935 until 1939 when he be- gan military service. Captured by the Germans in 1940, he spent nine months in a ,n concentration camp. When he was released, Sartre joined the French resistance movement. He began to achieve literary success during the oc- cupation and abandoned teach Ing for a writing career. Sarlre went to Cuba in 1960 al the invitation of Prime Minis ter Fidel Castro. When he re- turned lo Paris, Sartre wrote The revolution is Irreversible The truth is lhat there can b no left or right today; Ihe rev olution, Ihrough Ihe unity of its practical action, is perforce il own right and Us own left." In January 1963 Sarlre spen 10 days in the Soviet Union meeting with Russian writer AN AP REPORT ON: Today In Washington WASHINGTON (AP) All staff some of whom had come undi employes of the have been asked to fill ut new security applications in e wake of the Walter W. Jenk- s case. Jenkins, a lop aide lo Presi- unt Johnson for 25 years, re- gned at the President's re- uest last week after it became nown he had been arrested wice, In 1959 and earlier this lonlh, on morals charges, ohnson said he had never nown earlier of either arrest. Staff members from top as- istanls down lo stenographers asked to fill out slandard orrns enlitled "Security Inves- igalion Data for Sensitive Posi- ton." Applications of this type ire sent roulinely lo the FBI for ;hecking against its files. Ordinarily, the FBI makes no ndependenl investigation in the absence of derogatory informa ion In its files. Questions on (he form includi dates and places of residenci back to 1937. Except for Iraffi arrests carrying a fine of S30 o less, Ihe employe is asked to lis any arrests, even for invesliga tion and questioning and for which no formal charge was filed. WASHINGTON (AP) Sar- gent Shriver, director of Ihe peace award of the Calholii for Internationa 'eace at the organization's 3711 annual conference opening her oday. Theme of the lliree-day con erence is "Population Growth: A Threat to WASHINGTON (AP) Basil O'Connor, president of the Na- ional Foundation-March )imes organization, said Boston Mountain Color Tour Set For Sunday The annual color lour spon- iored by the Boston Mountain Resort Association will be held iunday. Those planning to attend are requested to meet at Lake Fort Park at 1 p.m. The lour will circle the park and cross the dam to Hwy. 71 and then um north on the Shepherd Spring Road. From this poinl the drive continues lo Winfrey Valley Hoad and reaches the White Rock Mountain Summit by way of Bidville and Boles Gap. A program with the Boston Mountain Queen, Miss Caro Burkharl, reading selections from Isabel France's Hills o Home is planned. District For est Ranger Jack Swisher wil speak concerning the forest. The return trip will be by waj of Shores Lake or Mountain burg. Books and maps of th area will be distributed. Radio equipped cars and cii zen band operators will accom >any the motorcade. People In The News of the ight against birth defects is being hampered by parents who teep defective children "in the behind closed doors" because of mis- placed guilt complex feelings. Too many parents and grand- parents believe such defects are punishment for their own pasl sins or other causes for guilt, 0 Connor said Wednesday at a conference of campaign work By hiding defective children he said, some who might benef it from new treatments are denied them. He also said there is considerable ignorance o available treatment for certain defects. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Henry Cabot Lodge, former U.S. ambassador to South Viet Nam, as received the Thomas A. Dooley Foundation's first 'Splendid American" award. In accepting the honor Wednesday night, Lodge said hat because of South Viet Nam's geographical position, arge areas of Asia "can be nfluenced and undermined' rom the country. The award was named after he late Dr. Thomas A. Dooley St. Louis, Mo., who intro- duced modern medicine and built a 25-bed hospital in Laos. LONDON (AP) Christine Keeler, the 22-year-old call gir who was a central figure in las year's Profumo scandal, had a point in objecting to publication of her telephone number, says the British Press Council. The council, government sponsored guardian of newspap- er ethics, said today It "de plores the action of the Dail; Sketch" in printing the number Miss Keeler's attorney com plained to the council. He sail after the number was published Miss Keeler received "a con stant stream of abusive calls. COVINA, Calif. (AP) Phy sicist Edward Teller says deto atlon of an atomic device by Communist China only proves that making a nuclear explo- ion is easy." Teller, who was instrumental i developing the hydrogen xrnib, said in a speech Wednes- ay night to Aerojet-Genera Corp. Management Club that i may take China 25 years to levelop a weapons system ca of carrying atomic leads long distances. More significant, he said, was he Soviet Union's orbiting hree men in a space ship. of Mountain Inn Sale Dale Now November 6 The date and place of Fed- eral Court-ordered Mountain Inn hotel sale has been changed. Originally set for Tuesday in Fort Smith, the sale of all fur- nishings and equipment tn t h sprawling, four-story structure will be held Nov. at the court- hour here. iiiiiu lien on uie lois on which the hotel Is built will also be offered for lale. Leases Estate GLEN COVE, N.Y. (AP) Mrs. John F. Kennedy has eased the former J. P. Morgan It estate in this community on fr North Shore of Long Island. Her office in New York said loday the widow of President Kennedy intends to spend week- ends there with her two chil- dren. The family has an apart- ment in New York. HOME for elderly people New Quiet Homey (0 per month CALL WEST FORK 8M-1S1S attack as being under Western 2nd BIG WEEK! HARDWARE FWNI7UKE "Ifaun. 2-7363 24 E. CENTER ST. Register Could Be The Lucky One! "fsf Westing. house REFRIGERATOR 2nd Walnut Veneer BEDROOM SUITE Sin ROCKER 6th COSCO KITCHEN STEP STOOLS 3rd AND BOX SPRINGS 4th DINETTE SET Other prizes awarded during storcwide Sale and Contest. Kxlrn special prizes and deals in this onc-limc-ln-a-year event. DEMOCRATIC RALLY See and Hear REP. JIM TRIMBLE GOV. ORVAL FAUBUS SHERIFF ARTHUR DAVIDSON GENE THRASHER (Democratic Candidate for County Judge) Plus Others ENTERTAINMENT BY THE SKUNK HOLLER GANG and RICHARD BLACK Singing and Playing Hii Guitar SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964 Lincoln........ 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