Split 12 of January 1951.

Very much-respected Mrs. Radja

We received a notice from Trieste (Italy) that you sent us a bag of flour that our aunt Mare asked from you. Very much-respected Mrs. We cannot thank you enough for your kindness towards our old aunt who is very old and could not send the flour it herself. We are happy that our aunt even though she is old is very wise, was listening to people there, and saw that bad times are coming for us here. And she could not forget it and she is kind and good as she always was and made our home happy by sending a bag of flour. Very much-respected Mrs. one more time we have to thank you, and we wish you all the best with deepest respect.
Mirko and Milica Tudor
Street of Maksim Gorki 71
Split, Yugoslavia

P.S. We ask you kindly to get this letter to our aunt Marija Plagik(b)at. Donít bring it to her house but let her know about it so she can pick it up by herself. And tell her to answer on this letter immediately (donít tell her that we said that).



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