RELIEF IN GERMANY
SIR,—If Frau Noelke of Bad Salzuffen would re-read my letter which you were good enough to publish on July 16th, she would see that the opinion that many spurious appeal letters are sent from Germany does not derive from me but from my American friends. I send food parcels to German and French friends alike, and these I know are needed and arrive safely ; therefore it came as a surprise to me to hear that Americans consider that many parcels. are sent to unworthy appellants.—I am, Sir, yours faithfully,
Westlodge Park, Hadley Wood, Herts.
ETHEL K. DAVIES.