National Geographic : 1955 Nov
711 U. S. Navy, Official Happy Refugees Line the Rail of a Transport Entering New York Harbor Then, fortunately, a Travelers Aid Society worker appeared, explaining that another uncle, living in a different town, was on the pier and ready to take the children. "Bring him on," ordered Ferro. The uncle, a substantial-appearing man, came in. He explained that he had a house for the children and would take them despite the girl's condition. Since he had never seen them before, Inspector Ferro made the intro ductions. Then the children fell on the strange uncle's neck, kissed him eagerly, and, happy now, trooped off the ship after the Travelers Aid worker.