Chief Rabbi of Rumania Leaves U.s.; is Lauded by Ambassador Goldberg

Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen of Rumania left the United States today following the completion of an eight-week visit to this country during which be met with leaders of various Jewish organizations and addressed numerous conferences.

Prior to his leaving, the rabbi was tendered a reception by Prof. Gheorghe Diaconescu, the Rumanian Ambassador to the United Nations, at which Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg, head of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations, was one of the guests. Mr. Goldberg called the Chief Rabbi’s visit a contribution to understanding between the peoples of the United States and Rumania.

Morris Abram, president of the American Jewish Committee, Dr. Maurice Ferlzweig of the World Jewish Congress, Jack Weiler of the Joint Distribution Committee and Murray I. Gurfein, president of United Hias Service also attended the reception. Rabbi Rosen said he was very impressed during his visit not only by the efforts of the American Jewish community but also by its Jewish intensity. He said he was taking with him a most hopeful impression of American Jewry and of its young people in particular.

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