Thanks to a casual visit to his old home residence on the East Side, Julius Kunel, was able to learn the whereabouts of his sister whom he had been seeking for 15 years.
Kunel’s sister who lives in Moscow had somehow obtained her brother’s old time Orthard Street address, from which Kunel had moved eight years ago.
The sister sent the address to the Joint Distribution Committee who wrote Kunel at his old address. The janitor, not knowing Kunel’s present whereabouts, was on the point of sending it back. By a queer coindidence, Kunel happened to be on the East Side and decided to take a look at his old home. Dur to that visit, Kunel is now in communication with his sister.
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