A will gave the residue of the testator's realty and personalty to his wife for life, with power to draw on so much of the principal for her support as she and Rubie Tracy should deem necessary. In a later clause, the testator recited his desire that his wife "have assistance in taking care of the property hereinabove bequeathed and devised to her," and appointed Rubie Tracy, testator's wife, and a third person to be trustees for the wife of whatever she received under the will. Held, an active trust. Bunker v. Bunker et al. (Me. 1931) 154 Atl. 73.