By the Grace of G‑d
10th of Kislev, 5731
Brooklyn, N.Y.
[December 8, 1970]

Greeting and Blessing:

I duly received your telegram about the concert. I am sure you will not withhold good news about the developments.

The main points of this letter are 1) to express my confident hope that all the necessary preparations are being made to observe Yud-Tes Kislev, and may G‑d grant that it should be with much Hatzlocho, especially as these prayerful wishes are expressed on the 10th of Kislev, the Geulo of the Mitteler Rebbe.

2) I trust you will not take amiss my following remarks. I have just bidden farewell to your sister and brother-in-law, Mr. And Mrs. Goldfield, on the eve of their return to Eretz Yisroel. In connection with their frame of mind, about which there is no need to elaborate to you1 , it would be very good if you and your brothers would make the trip to be present at the wedding. This would be of great moral help to your sister and brother-in-law. Incidentally, it would also give you an opportunity to visit our Chabad institutions, and get acquainted with Chabad activities now there at first hand.

To conclude on a happy note, I extend to you my sincere wishes of Mazel Tov, Mazel Tov, on the occasion of the marriage of your niece, Miss Unsdorfer, and also on the forthcoming marriage of your nephew Goldfield in Eretz Yisroel.

May you always have good news to report.

With blessing for Chag HaGeulo and a bright and inspiring Chanukah,

M. Schneerson