NEW YORK: Reunion

Angelo Michieli left his native Italian village, sailed to the U. S. to make a new home. His wife and infant son he had to leave behind until he had their passage money saved.

He did it—by three years of working in kitchens, fierce economy, single-minded loyalty. Last week Angelo met the liner Rex, joyfully took into his arms brown-eyed Amelia and their four-year-old bambino, Bruno.

The home was ready, three neat rooms on Manhattan's East Side. Most magnificent of all its furnishings was the gas range. Dazzled Amelia had never even seen one. Angelo proudly showed her how it worked,...

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