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Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 12/4/2016 6:05 PM
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12/5/2016 2:00 PM Now, the our subject, enclosed is a calculation from Chaya Liba o.b.m., income and expenses for year 1966. As you see, the calculation does not include the 2 thousand dollars that you sent after the first of the new year. Also missing are the debts that I have to pay for the home, nurse, doctor, medications, etc. And all this together with the expenses of the funeral, saying Kaddish 11 months and celebrate the Yarzeit after her, will come into the next calculation, that I will send you later. In total, the balance from the last year together with the 2 thousand dollars from this year - is about over 3 thousand dollars, from your money, and I'm sure, that from this amount will remain a credit after I pay for everything. Of course, you shouldn't send more money now, regarding my income for the year, I'll write to you later, when I'll be finished with my accounting.
Be all healthy and strong and no-one shouldn't know of sorrow. How did Beila take the good news?... Regards to them and all others there. All the best, your Shmuel, Leah and family.
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