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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma Chinese Mass More Troops On Indian Frontier NEW DELHI, India (AP) The Chinese Communists are using tanks on the western end of the Indian border and have launched a new attack on eastern India near Burma, an'Indian spokesman said today. The Red Chinese are concentrating their troops at an- other point on India's northeast border, halfway between the two places where fighting is now blazing, the spokes- man said. Reporting on the third day of fighting between Red Chinese troops and Indian soldiers along the disputed Himalayan frontier, the spokesman indicated the Chinese were still advancing. They captured four more posts at the southern end of the Ladakh battlefront in northwest India, one post falling to tanks after they had turned back two previous Chinese assaults, he said. Indian Prime Minister Nehru sought to tighten rela- THE ADA EVENING NEWS ins Debate On Red China UNITED NATIONS (API- While Communist China and tions with neighboring Hi- malayan states. Peiping radio, which says the Chinese are fighting in self- defense against Indian aggression reported an outbreak of fighting in a new area on the north side of the border'claimed by'India. It said Indian troops at Hsialin- kung launched "a violent attack" and that Communist troops "were compelled to hit back." Hsialinkung is in the Chayul area of Tibet, and is about 50 dia battle on their border, the U.N. General Assembly opens de- bate today on the annual Commu- nist attempt to seat the Chinese Reds in the United Nations. Delegates generally predict the which India claims as her north- eastern border near the little 59TH YEAR NO. 191 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10 PAGES 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY Summons Top Congressional Leaders on Alliance For "Urgent" Conference, Perhaps Cuba MEXICO CITY TAP) .10 f MEXICO CITY TAP) American finance minis- ters gathered today to try to pump more progress into the Alliance for Progress. After a formal inaugura- tion meeting this afternoon, the ministers will start Tuesday on a week's review of the problems of the'al- liance. They hope to find some solutions. Their job is a tough one. The alliance aims 'at achieving on the Latin-American continent a peaceful social and economic rev- alution within 10 years. Experts after a three-week re- view of the program warned the finance ministers Sunday: "The task of breaking with the past and restructuring a society character- ized in many cases by economic and social rigidities cannot be re- alized in a few years." This was echoed by U.S. Sec- retary of the Treasury Douglas Himalayan state of Bhutan. ;DiUon who saidi .lthere are Indian defense officials said the Red Chinese launched a surprise attack at dawn Saturday from positions inside Indian territory. The Chinese accused the Indians Communists would lose again. The Soviet Union was scheduled; of launching hostilities, to lead'off the afternoon debate j seven Posts Fall on its resolution that would have the 109-nation assembly replace Chinese Communist delegates on all U.N. bodies. Deputy Foreign Minister Valeri- an A. Zorin, was believed likely to contend that the United Na- tions was only hurting itself by keeping out the Communist gov- ernment controlling a fifth of the population. Nationalist Chinese delegate Liu Chieh planned to reply with the argument that the Chinese people had repudiated the Peiping re- gime by fleeing the Chinese main- land in droves. Liu was expected to conted that the Chinese Communists were committing aggression' against In- dia and should be kept out of the United Nations because the U.N. charter limits the membership to "Peace-loving states." U.S. delegate Adlai E. Steven- son was listed to speak third, fol- lowed by representatives of Af- ghanistan and Morocco. A vote on the Soviet resolution Indian defense officials admit- ted loss of at least seven border overnight solutions for problems that have been building up for centuries. "We must not expect miracles. This is, after all, a 10-year pro-' gram." The report on the alliance sub- mitted by the hemisphere's eco- nomic experts was not bright. posts in the northeastern sector j There are no signs prompfc and in the Ladakh theater miles to th mote snow-covered mountainous areas. Both Prime Minister Jigme Dorji of Bhutan and the crown prince of Sikkim, Maharaja Ku- mar Palden Thondup Namgyal, arrived in New Delhi for emer- gency talks. India is reported to have asked Bhutan for permission to send in force. Red a part of a military defense China has claimed southeastern Bhutan. India Aids Bhutan improvement in Latin-American economies, the experts said. Continual stagnation of internal markets js impeding progress. Proud Allen Displays New City Park
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