IRAN: Baggage & Effects

Because constables at a place called Elkton, Md. had dared to snap handcuffs on the aristocratic wrists of Iran's Minister Plenipotentiary, the Great Ghaffar Khan Djalal, arrest him for speeding, all diplomatic and consular agents of Iran have been withdrawn from the U. S. (TIME, Dec. 9 et seq.). To Teheran went word last week that the end of insults was not yet. Though Iran's chargé d'affaires, Hossein Ghods, has already left the U. S. in the wake of his chief, the U. S. Customs was vulgar enough to suggest that Iran's chargé d'affaires was little better than a...

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