Return stolen WWII medals to widow

Letters, Normal

The National, Friday 21st September 2012

A 60-YEAR-old wi­dow, out of her generosity, pro­vide­d accommodation to a Boroko United church group that travelled to Cairns Australia, recently on Christian duty.
When they left her home, the widow disco­vered some of her belongings were stolen.
Apart from missing jewellery, she lost her most treasured and precious memorabilia of her late husband – his WWII medals.
What significance do these medals have for the thieves?
I urge them, as Christians, to return the medals to a broken-hearted wi­dow who gave Papua
New Guineans shelter when they needed it most.

James Miles
Port Moresby