JERUSALEM (Jan. 13)
Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen of Rumania is planning to settle in Tel Aviv, it was reported today by Yediot Achronot. The paper said this “emerged from” a luncheon given in Rosen’s honor this week in Tel Aviv by Rafael Kotlowitz, head of the Jewish Agency’s Immigration and Absorption Department. At first, according to Yediot, Rosen will divide his time between Tel Aviv and Bucharest. At the luncheon, Rosen stressed that Jewish religious life in Rumania today is conducted “openly and above board” without any of the restrictions that are enforced elsewhere.