|16 Sep 1936||Dotnuva||Wednesday, the Eve of Rosh Hashanah|
|My beloved daughter Freida!
How are you, how is your uncle? Thank God, all of us are well.
There is nothing new at home, everything as it was last year. We receive frequent letters from your sister Reizale in Israel. Thank God, she is well and satisfied. Moshe is working as a teacher in Palanga, and we think that he will come home for the holiday of Sukkoth. We received a letter from Leah, she is asking if we receive letters from you and what are you writing. I think she doesn't know about the tragedy that happened to us.
My beloved, don't worry too much and don't cry, because I'm worried about your health and, heaven forbid, that you'll get sick. Calm down, be happy and cheerful, take care of your uncle and comfort him.
Write us what is happening with you right now. Do you stay at home as a housewife or as before? Thank God, your mother is well and she doesn't know anything. If you think that she should know, write her that your aunt is very sick or something else.
We ask for the well being of your good uncle. May you be inscribed for a good year, a year of life and peace, a year that will end its curses and begins its blessings. Live in peace.
I kiss you many times and wish you a good successful year, and the redemption of our Jewish brothers.
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