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Submitted by Emily H Garber

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Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 9/6/2015 4:08 PM
Family Surname: Julius Reitman
Country: Ukraine
Town: Labun (aka Lubin)
Date of Image: ca 1949
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This essay was written by Julius Reitman, past-President of the First Lubiner Progressive Benevolent Association (an NYC landsmanshaft), on the occasion of the anniversary of the group's founding. I would like a full translation, if possible.

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9/7/2015 1:55 AM Dear compatriots
I Zineh and my wife Sarah Reitman, both born in Lubin, took the honor to congratulate our compatriots and their families with our 40th anniversary. We hope that all of us will live to celebrate the 50th anniversary.
We came to America in 1921. Three days after we became members of this Society. My father Moshe Reitman was one of the most devoted activists in this organization. All this time I follow his footsteps, being devoted to all our fellow members. This is never too hard for me, not time burden and not financial burden, because it's a pleasure for me.
In honor of this special holiday, we congratulate all our Lubin friends and we wish us to have a lot of joy and "naches" from all of you.
Mr. and Mrs. Zineh Reitman
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Berman
Levy Itzhak and Joseph and Rachel Reitman

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