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PAOB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1958 ; a Afri-Asian Nations Lay The Troubles On Table at Bandung Meeting Today By JAMES MARLOW Associated I'rcss News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — The West thinks it has troubles. But the 29 Asian and African nations opening a conference today at Bandung, Indonesia, have troubles, too. They sent more than 600 delegates there, representing over one billion people who include Christians, Buddhists, Moslems, Hindus, Communists, anti Communists and nations such as India called neutralists. What they have in common is that they are from Asia. Africa, and the Middle East and that most of them are colored. Russia and the other big white powers — the United States and the West Europeans — were noi invited. While the United States and lit Western Allies have differences, they are at feast united in common defense ngaln.it communism. The delegates at Bandung do not have even that kind of unity. India's Prime Minister Nehru may have to struggle with Red China's Premier Chou En-lai, if not for leadership of the conference then at least to chart its direction or to prevent it from following Chou out the window. Critic of West Nehru, great critics of the West and soft-talker about China, is a tough anti Communist at home. Chou Will probably be asked by .some delegates to promise not to start war by attacking Formosa or the Mat.su and Quemoy Islands. That group's members — the United Slates, Britain, France, New Zealand. Pakistan, the Philippines .Thailand and Australia — banded together for mutual defense against attack by the Communists of China or North Viet Nam. Ot the eight members only Pakistan, the Philippines and Thailand were invited to Bandung. If the organization Ls assailed at the conference they can be expected to team up in Its defense, leu by the Philippines' Carlos Rnimilo. At the conference Egypt's Premier Onmal Abdel Na.sser would like support for the Arabs' dispute with Israel, which Isn't there But the Arab nations at Handling —Egypt, Syria. Saudi Arabia, Iraq — don't see eyc-to-eyc on everything, cither. The first three have criticized Iraq for signing a defense treaty with Turkey which, although present at Bandung, is allied with the West and Is not a member of the Arab League. Jordan's King Is Bringing 'Modern' Queen to the Throne AMMAN, Jordan Ul — Young King Hussein is bringing some- tiling new in Arab queens to the Jordan throne. Hussein, 20, is a king who pilols his own plane to troublespots in his desert country, or whizzes there behind the wheel of his own fast automobile. ^Tomorrow he marries Princess Dina Abdul Ha'mid, 25. She Is a distant cousin and n teacher of English literature at the UniversHy of Cairo. She holds a master's degree from Cambridge University. Met at Schuiil Dina and Hussein met while attending school In England. Dina will be Jordan's first queen with an advanced education, the first to have had a career of her own and the first to appear In the country without the traditional veil. A pretty black-eyed Egyptian girl, Dina's modern way of living is bound to have a powerful Influence on social customs 111 Jordan, where last summer Moslem fanatics threw acid on women who wore short sleeves on the streets of Amman. In Line With Principles •Hussein's miirrlivge to a modern girl is In line with the principles he has followed since assuming; the throne In 1952. Instead of wearing : the Arab robes ol his ancestors, Hussein sports a smart Arab Le- Actors Marry And then Part LAS VEGAS. NCV. (/!') — It was a short, honeymoon for ndress-dim- j cer Corol Hancy and actor Larry j Blyden. j The couple, mnrrlcCl yesterday in j the chapel of the new Frontier Ho- ] tel, leave today, in different dlreo j tions. Miss Hancy returns to ''The p»- jania Game" on Uroachvay, the show in which she is n featured dnncer. Blyden returns to Sun Francisco where he is appearing in "O, Men, O, Women." Rabbi Arthur Lebowitz performed the ceremony and actor Lloyd Bridges was host man. Bridges' wife. Dorothy, acted as matron ol honor. Klon uniform or well-tailored Western suits. His father, Talul, and his grandfather, the grizzled old desert warrior Abdullah, spoke mostly Arabic. Hussein speaks .fluent English, mustered during his years in England. Hussein has nol been content lo accept, the passive role of a constitutional monarch. Bureaucrats accustomed to working only a half day and .spending much of their time drinking Turkish coffee have been .startled by unannounced inspection tout's by the king. Cheese grates more readily if it is chilled. SPECIAL! MOORE Furniture Co. "Save More At Moore's" aOli-HK) K. 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SEE HARDY SALES & SERVICE YOUR NIAGARA DEALER 705 Clear Lake Avenue Phone 3-6978 Some of ihc Africans and Asians at Handling — with plenty of reason to remember UK; long history at West European colonialism, ini- perialLsm, exploitation and practice of white supremacy at their expense — will probably tec off on the West. But ftl the same lime the non- Comnmntsts among them, if they make any pretense at reality, must regard lied China as a new threat lo their Independence. Red China will try to spread the Kospcl oi goodwill to its neighbors although those neighbors, at the moment they are critical of the j West, know the West is the biggest j deterrent to Communist China's inclination to gobble thorn up. Nevertheless, the West may suffer some damage at this conference if, de.spite the divergent vle'.vs of the dele(<ates, the result Is increased suspicion and hostility to the West. Aly Arrives In San Francisco To Meet Rifa I/JS ANGELES </P> — Moslem Prince Aly Khan is in Los Angeles today anti .says he hopes lo meet his former wife, Rita Hayworth to discuss a vacation for their daughter, Yasmln. The prince, who arrived yesterday by air from a South American tour, said he hopes to take 5-year- oki Yasrnin to Paris with him. A divorce settlement approved In Reno, Nev., last November allows the Piince to have his daughter's custody at least six weeks a year. Miss Hayworth is now married to Dick Haymes. Stowaway Snake Causes Alarm JACKSON, Term. (Pi—Just, as Lt. Hrry Scott of Jackson climbed to 1,500 feet In a National Guard plane for a 500-mile cross-country flight, a snake stuck his bead out of the instrument panel. "I didn't ask his pedigree," said soott. "At 1,400 feet snake* »re snakes to me." Scott and his companion, Set. Bedford Lasley, were back on the ground five minutes after takeoff. 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