Berle Warns Against Post-war Anti-semitism at Dinner in Brazil for Weizmann Institute

There must be no anti-Semitism in the post-war world, U.S. Ambassador Adolph A. Berle Jr. said here, addressing a banquet hold to launch a drive for funds for the Weizmann Memorial Institute which is to be established in Falostine in honor of the world Zionist leader. Berle paid tribute to Dr. Weizmann as “a great leader in science and a leader of his poeple in its worst days since the captivity in Egypt.”

Diplomats of 23 nations attended the dinner, including the Acting Foreing Minister of Brazil, as well as scientists, educators and other Brazilian notalbles. Speakers, besides Mr. Berle, included Prof. Inacio Azevedo Amaral, president of the Brazilian committee for a Weizmann Institute and Mrs. Rachel Yarden, Latin-American representative of the Jewish Agency.

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