INDIA: Sinus Trouble

President Roosevelt's Special Envoy Louis Johnson presented parting gifts to his good Indian friends: beautiful Indian fabrics to Mrs. Nehru, a silver cigaret case to tall, cultured Jawaharlal Nehru,* left-wing leader of the All-India Congress party. In his bags he packed an extra long, ivory cigaret holder for President Roosevelt, who likes his tobacco at a distance. Then quietly, unceremoniously, after two months as the first man in history to make official U.S. contact with Indian leaders, Envoy Johnson last week headed for home.

In a 37-word written statement, Johnson said he planned to return to India "in the near...

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