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Nehru Health Struggle
Marks India Power Fiqht
By RICHARD CRITCHFIELD
Special to The Star
NEW DE L HI—B thl n d a
fierce left-right power struggle
within India's ruling Congress
Party and widespread specula
tion over Prime Minister
1 Nehru’s successor lies s private,
unpublicised and courageous
battle for health by Mr. Nehru
himself.
Mr. Nehru, who was 74 No
vember 14, has recently con-1
founded observers by appearing
robusa and physically fit one
day and visibly stooped, aged
and failing the next. Especially
In public appearances and be
fore Parliament, Mr. Nehru
manages to give an Impression
of durability that makes the
j conundrum of of who will suc
| ceed him sound premature. But
| this apparent vigor is contra
i dieted by frequent reports that
! he has dosed off or let his mind
wander during meetings and
j interviews.
The fact Is that Mr. Nehru*
has never fully recovered from
an attack of pyelo-nephritis 18
months ago. According to
sources close to the Prime Min
ister’s residence, the acute kid
ney infection that then disa
bled him has become chronic.
A not uncommon ailment'
' among the elderly, it is custom-1
arily treated by surgery to I
remove prostatic obstruction.
Former British Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan undertook:
such an operation shortly be
fore he resigned In October.
According to authoritative
sources, Mr. Nehru has persist
ently refused to undergo this
j operation. At best It would In
volve his absence from official
duties for some months. But it
might also mean he would have
to step down permanently from
active leadership. Mr. Macmll-j
lan, who is five years younger, 1
was forced to do so.
Instead Mr. Nehru has been
prescribed antibiotics and ex-j
tremely painful periodic treat
ments to reduce the amount of ;
NEWS OF MUSIC
Montovani's Tunes
Are Light and Serene
By JOHN HASKINS
Contributing Critic
Mantovtm and hti Concert Or
chestra. Annunzto Paolo Mantovanl.
! conductor. At Constitution Hall.
. Program Broadway Panorama, Ma-
I gMU. Long Ago and Far Away. Kgrn;
Dance of the Comedians. Smetana:
Beautiful Dreamer. Footer: Rick
shaw. Mantovanl: Theme from Law
rence of Arabia. Jarre: Summer
Place. Steiner: Fantasy on Brahms’
Airs and Dances: Tonight, trom
West Side Story. Bernstein: Alice
Blue Oown, Tierney; Can-Cen. from
Orpheus In the Underworld, Often
i bach; Brest Buttons. Lambrscbt:
Greentleeves of Summer. Tlomkln;
Do-Re-Mi. from The Sound of Music.
Rogers; Walts, from The Gypsy
Baron. Strauss; Trisch-Trasch Polks.
Btrauss; Andalucia. Lecuont; Es-
Otni. Milner; Moon River, Manclnl:
Selection from Oliver. Bart.
More than three thousand
people, their appetites whetted
by a fairly constant diet of re
cordings over the last decade,
crowded into Constitution Hall
last night to hear a concert by
Mantovanl and his orchestra.
The music they heard was light
and superbly played, and their
response was just this side of
ecstatic.
There are moments in the
i concert hall when an orchestra
plays, the house-lights are
down, and the music is soft,
that an auditor gives in to the
temptation to doze. At a regu-
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Infection within the system
With carefully managed diet
, and liquid intake, be has suc
ceeded In making astonishing
I but temporary recoveries. Ac
cording to medical opinion
here, he could survive and lead
. India for years, though It
would require the same kind of
steely determination that the
Ailing Franklin D. Roosevelt
exercised in his final years In
power.
Almost no one in India is
aware of Mr. Nehru’s disability.
The recurrent nature of his
kidney aliment has been kept a
closely-guarded secret, mostly
‘through the efforts of his
fiercely devoted daughter and
only child, Indira Oandhl, the
only one to really share his
lonely eminence. t
Mrs. Oandhl, 45, whom some
have unkindly suggested seeks
to succeed her.father herself, is
largely respoßsiblle for con
vincing most Indians that Mr.!
Nehru’s Illness 18 months ago
was a passing virus Infection.
Mr. Nehru’s motive for ref us- j
lng an operation that might
force his retirement but pro
long his life can only be a mat
ter for speculation.
He may feel that his leader
ship is Indispensable until he is
j able to shape a moderately
leftist successor group loyal to
his policies of social reform, I
Fabian socialism and neutral
ism. He may fear his departure
would disastrously spilt the
Congress Party Into conserva
tive orthodox Hindu authori
tarianism on the right and pro
communism on the left.
Hopefully, he will not cling
to power too long. Jawaharlal
Nehru will go down In history j
as the pre-eminent figure In
J India’s era of transition and as
; the great colonial emancipator.
I But much of the greatness of
his historical stature may de
pend on when he turns thei
governing of India over to a
i younger man.
lar concert he awakes ashamed
when the applause goes up,
feeling that he has let the side
down. None of this need bother
the auditor at a Mantovani con- i
cert, for it is that kind of mu
sic, seemingly designed and
arranged to produce precisely
that effect.
The orchestra numbers 45
players, and 32—or approxi
mately a half-acre—of them are _
strings. They play well, and ”
are kept under a taut rein by
their conductor. The sound!
they produce is at times gor
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1 fine.
What they play Is something
, else, again. Show tunes, med
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r of this, transformations of that,
. in general the kind of reper
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r mer band concert, or a kind of
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