SIR,-As one who for some 17 years has taken an interest in the welfare of the Catholic Africans from Nyasaland who come in such large numbers to seek employment in this much abused and very happy country of Southern Rhodesia, I would like to endorse and to register my agreement with everything that Major Wall stated so lucidly and impartially in his letter to you of March 20.
Most especially I would like to associate myself with his opinion that it is tremendously difficult for a missionary who is devoted to his work to keep at the same time his sense of balance. In this Major Wall shows both charity and understanding. The late Fr. Jean Baptiste Rouviere, W.F., of joyous memory, for many years editor of the Nyasaland Catholic paper, was one who was eminently successful in achieving this balance. His dedication of himself to the task of helping the African to advance did not prevent him from recognizing that Government arid even the general European public were not entirely selfish in their aims.
(Fr.) J. A. Carman, S..I.
Catholic Church, Sinoia, S. Rhodesia.