Letter #

388

Author: 
Raizel Garncarz

Date:

12/2/1940

Summary:

A quick note accompanying a package with soap and food, Raizel notes that they were unable to send stockings on account of receiving only 10RM from the Jewish community.

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Full Translation

Dear sister Salu! Oh! We’re writing again, are you satisfied? Certainly! So, I am writing on the run. Salu! We are sending you a small package again (Polish: taka mala paczuseks) as you call it. In the package there are 2 pieces of soap, ¼ kilo of farina (can’t get a spot of sugar), 10 “ounces” of (?) cukierker, cooked (?) cvastka, just out of the oven. We baked it. A lemon, 2 podpinkes, we have taken from our head, don’t be angry that 2 podpinkes is very little, only because we had to hurry. Stockings, unfortunately forget about that. We don’t have any possibility [for those]. We haven’t gotten more than 10 R.M. from the community. Be well. Greetings to your Ala. Everything is in good order for us, it’s late. Until we see each other again, a fond greeting from our dear parents and siblings. Salusia greets you.