New York (Oct. 13)
Bernard M. Baruch was named winner of the human brotherhood award given annually by the Fraternal League of the Jewish Education Committee of New York at the League’s annual convention held today at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
This is the fifth annual award made “for the most significant contribution to the promotion of human brotherhood.” It was voted to Mr. Baruch for his efforts in furthering world peace as American delegate to the U.N. Atomic Commission. The formal presentation will be made at a later date.
Former recipients of the League’s award are Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dr. Arthur H. Compton, University of Chicago physicist, Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy and former UNRRA Director General Herbert H. Lehman.