Will the Minister say why, if you have a person in your employment, and she becomes a widow, you will not be permitted to give her some allowance? Do you not think, by reason of the fact that the woman is a widow and in poor circumstances, that she should be entitled to the full amount in the ordinary way, apart from any gratuity that a person in whose employment she had been might make her? Such a person would give the money for services rendered. At least, that is what the employer does, and I think it is rather unfair that that should be taken into account in estimating her income. Of course I understand the law is that way, but I think the Minister ought to consider whether it would not be advisable to drop that in the case of needy people. Of course if a person has a considerable income it is a different matter. I submit the State should have nothing to do with the payment made by the late employer of a widow.