Middletown Times Herald (Middletown, New York) 17 March 1936 Page 7
Choaen For Modal **Â» ti* ^ Time D. VOOWG Cited by Society of Arts and Sciences for Aid to World Accord NEW YORK--The Society of and Science* will award its 1*H Â«oid medal cj feBonohip to Owen D. Youtc. II was announced today. Young "was seifctwi for hiÂ» "noo- politkad cootrtbutlon to bcttCT ctti- jfwhtp and Â»wld accord." The award will bennÂ»*! *t Uw Â«ocletÂ»'i annual dinner April twenly-aecona. Tlte anwxincttnenl of tbe award died Younc Â»Â» *a "exponent of tiiCbcA. prtaciptet underlying International International reJaUonshlp*, good govern* meat and fair business," and for acnlercmtnti tn iaduitrj', radio. International ccncUfUticm and Uw furttvertnt of human rtlatiata at home and abroad. Th* jury which leiecUd YOIL_ comprised Senator Carter Glat*. formtr Govtroor Krank O. Lowden, of IllmoU, Senator William E. Borah, the Rev. Dr. Harry Emerson Emerson Posdick, Prof. Arthur It Caffip- lon of the Uotvendtj* of Chicago: Dr. Charles H. Mayo of Rochester, Mian.: A. At water Kent, former Governor Walter J. Kohler. Wisconsin; Wisconsin; Jess* H. Jones, RTC chairman; High U. O'DonneU and Car! Byolr, president of the society. Tbe 193* award wÂ»s given to Grace Moore for "raisin* the standard of cinema entertainment," Eva Le GalUeiine is the only other woman ever to receive the Fellowship Medal. Other recipient* Included Thomas A. Edison. Cass Gilbert, former Gov. Koliier, Albert A, Michtlvan, Robert A, MiUlfcan and John Philip aouia. The society wna foundrd In 1883 by Hezbert 8pÂ«wrr. En$liii |hllo- sophw, "to rncoorage and perpelu- ste U^ useful and btaytlfui In and aelcuces."