COPENHAGEN (August 19): THE setting up of a 'World Food Bank' was urged by Lord John Boyd Orr, former Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation, at a women's international congress to-day. Declaring that science was now years ahead of politics, Lord Boyd Orr said that all responsible nations should co-operate in the establishment of a food bank. With such a bank, he continued, nobody ever again need fear the spectre of famine. A country with a poor harvest only need call upon the bank for supplies. Lord Boyd Orr said that in America stocks of food were so great that it had difficulty in disposing of them. He added: 'The World Bank for Food is an idea in which all countries can co-operate, regardless of political views.