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Letters from Dotnuva (cont.)

 

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Translated by Sara Mages

Palanga, 12.8.1937  


Hello,

I had a happy surprise today when I received the news about your marriage. Right now I'm in a summer resort by the sea.

Well, I'm sending you my greetings and best wishes from the green shores of the Baltic Sea, a brother's blessing on your happiest day. May you build your home in the free and independent Land of Israel. I think that it is unnecessary to bless a lot in the family circle, so my few lines will be a memento and a blessing for you on your happiest day.

I came here, to Palanga, two weeks ago to rest from work. I'm thinking of going back to work – to Raseiniai – next week. I rested well for two weeks and now I can start the hard work.

I receive frequent letters from home, and they also send me the letters that they receive from abroad. Some time ago I met Sheva Metachlis who returned again to Israel. She told me that she lives in the same room with Shoshanna.

I ask you, and especially the new Avraham, to write me so we can become better acquainted through an exchange of letters.

Be well, yours Moshe
Greetings to our uncle and the rest of the family.

 

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