PULITZER PRIZE: Herblock won his third Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons. The 1979 award was given for the entire body of his work. SIGMA DELTA CHI AWARD: CHARLES A. KRAUSE, was given the award for "distinguished service in the field of foreign correspondence" for his eyewitness accounts of the tragedy at Jonestown, Guyana. OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB AWARDS: CHARLES A. KRAUSE won the award for "best daily newspaper or wire service reporting from abroad" for his Guana coverage. dFRANK JOHNSTON received the award for "best photographic coverage overseas" for his Jonestown photographs which appeared in newspapers and news magazines worldwide. HERBLOCK was citied for his editorial cartoons on foreign affairs. ELIZABETH BECKER was cited for "international reporting which demonstrates a concern for humanity" for her series of articles, "Cambodia "Revisted." NATIONAL HEADLINERS AWARD: Frank Johnston won the 1979 Award for Spot News Photography for his Jonestown photos. GEORGE M. POLK AWARD: RONALD KESSLER was given the 1979 National Reporting Award for his investigative reports on the General Services Administration. This is Kessler's second Polk award. WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS ASSOCIATION AWARD: EDWARD WALSH received the Merriman Smith Memorial Award for his story summarizing the Camp David Summit Conference. WHITE HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION AWARDS: FRANK JOHNSTON was named White House Photographer of the Year for the second consecutive year. His Jonestown photographs won first prize in the color picture story category as well as three of the five black and white news photography awards. Johnston also won a second place award in feature photography for his picture of an honor guard at the capitol. MARGARET THOMAS won first place in the pictorial category for "Drifting Snow" and honorable mention in the same category for "Snowstorm Jogger." JAMES M. THRESHER took first place in sports photogrphy for "Potomac Pop-Up" and honorable mention in the pictroial category for "Vulturine Values." GERALD MARTINEAU won the first place black and white picture story award for "Crash! Rescue! Remorse. . ." He won second place in the same category for "Blue Heron Help-mates." JAMES A. PARCELL won honorable mention awards in both the news and feature photography categories. NATIONAL PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION AWARDS: FRANK JOHNSTON received the first place award for "news picture story" and second place for "spot news" for his Guyana coverage and an honorable mention award for a photograph of the Indians" Longest Walk" demonstration at the White House. Johnston's Jonestown coverage was also cited by the World Press Association and won the Deadline Club of New York Sigma Delta Chi Award for Best Spot News Picture of the year. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN "MAMM" AWARDS: The style SECTION received this year's award for best coverage of local cultural events. BILL GOLD received the human interest writing award for his "District Line" column. RICHARD COHEN was given the award for personal commentary. ASSOCIATED PRESS SPORTS EDITIORS AWARD: THOMAS BOSWELL won second place in feature stories for an article on baseball in Cuba. Boswell is also one of five Post sportswriters whose work was chosen for this year's E.p. Dutton "Best Sports Stories" antholegy.