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Friday, July 1, 2022

The Red Cross Rises to the Challenge

The American Red Cross, which has provided aid and comfort to everyone from the victims of the Johnstown flood to the survivors of 9/11, is taking on the biggest task of its long history — caring for those suffering in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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FEMA’s Way of Doing Things

Last year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency shelled out $6,500 for a beat-up 1987 Ford Mercury with a blue-book value of $1,300. It also handed out $726 checks to cover rent for more than 4,000 residents whose south Florida apartments were later found to be largely undamaged by hurricanes or privately insured.

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