By the Grace of G‑d
10th of Iyar, 5725
Brooklyn, N.Y.
[May 12, 1965]

Greeting and Blessing:

I am in receipt of your recent letter, as well as your previous correspondence. I will remember in prayer those mentioned in your letter.

In reply to your question as to the advisability of your son-in-law accepting a position with the Tzach in your community, on a full-time basis, at the insistence of persons who approached you – before I will form and express my opinion on this matter, I would like to hear from you your own evaluation of the situation, in the light of your knowledge of the members of the Manchester community. I would like to hear from you as to what effect and impression your son-in-law's acceptance of such a position would create, in view of the fact that you were so involved in the building project, which later turned out to be a source of Parnosso, in the plain sense of the word, for your own daughter and son-in-law.

Such a situation could be interpreted in different ways by different people, in different communities. And before I give this matter some thought, I would like to hear first your own opinion and clarification.

You do not mention פרטים1 how Yom Tov was spent in the Shul, and in the various departments of Lubavitch activities. I trust that everything came off with flying colors.

With blessing,

M. Schneerson