April 17, for the sending of food to the starving people of Europe, has surely the support of the great majority of men and women in this country.
I am convinced that the very sharing of our own supplies of food would both win the gratitude of our fellow men, and, what is even more important, create in us an increased feeling of fellowship with them.
The Government has now declared itself willing to allow 15,000 tons of wheat or flour monthly to be shipped to Greece. Shall we not urge it to extend this relief, on an adequate scale, to all whose terrible plight, as a result of the blockade, is now well known.
E. K. Hurst. Eastcote, Oxted, Surrey.