René Lévy (Red Cross)

The husband, an inventor, abroad on a business trip, was drowned. He is survived by the widow and three children under eight years of age. Application for relief was made by a sister of the widow. Investigation showed that the widow was not in need of assistance. Her husband had an income from royalties amounting to 1,500 dollars a year, which now comes to her. He left 5,000 dollars insurance and some money in the bank.

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