The student Maria-Elisabeth Koch, who worked as an aide during her Agricultural Service-Support Service deployment in Kreis Lask in the community of Grabica, left this deployment on September 27, 1941, with my permission (because her mother had fallen ill) and at my instigation (because her behavior during deployment was harmful to the reputation of the female students).
Instead of attending the stipulated Kreis conference, she traveled to Litzmannstadt with a male acquaintance.
As the woman who owned the country estate where she [Koch] was living told the head of the task force and the Kreis advisor (however, in the belief that both of them were accurately informed, because she was otherwise very reticent in these matters), the lifestyle of the student was such that she had caused disconcertment and was not at all a good example for someone who was deployed.
For these reasons, the scheduled savings funds will not be paid out to the student Maria-Elisabeth Koch.
Litzmannstadt, November 18, 1941