Letters In Brief
Monday 12 April 1999
Sir: I am sorry Richard Guise (letter, 10 April) suffers at not having to work on religious holidays. But the solution is simple. Let him get a job in a supermarket, where he will have to work on Sundays like it or no; and if he is still wretched at getting Christmas off, he can always lend a hand at a Crisis shelter for the homeless.
R L STURCH
Sir: The writer of your caption referring to a "line of donkeys" on the Greek island of Hydra (Travel, 10 April) clearly cannot tell his mule from his ass.
WILLIAM F CASEY
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