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r Yugoslavs Live With Threat Palm Beach Post-Timrs. Sunday, Nov. 3, lflfiS INI bear mm Sunday, Now. 3rd 5:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. WEAT CHANNEL 12 FffiPtty. JLaalbells By PETER NICHOLS THitpktrh of the Tlmn, LaadM BELCiRAUh , Yugoslavia As the Immediate danger of a Russian invasion seems to be receding, the Yugoslavs are settling down to what they expect to be a very long period of living with this threat. But there Is no atmosphere here, as there is in Rumania, of waiting, grimly for trouble to come sooner or later. On the whole, the West has responded in a most acceptable way, while internal developments have gained a fresh vigor in the wake of the summer crisis. In two ways the events in Czcechoslovakia have stimulated the debates on Yugoslavia's internal problems. The first Is that Czechoslovakia was felt to be better equipped by history and tradition to evolve a genuinely De- Monday, Nov. 4th 9:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. WPTY CHANNEL 5 e PJ. HI AoV by M. County Ni.on-Agn.w Comm. Iurt Thomoi Jhn Cudy, Co-Choi'ma Ralph Antltt, Trew. mocratlc form of Communism, even if Yugoslavia was In the field far earlier In postwar terms. The Russian Intervention meant that Belgrade once more has the lonely responsibility of a pace-setter. Hence, liberal opinion here insists that Yugoslavia should push on still faster. The second is that the threat of military invasion has brought about demands to close the ranks, oppose change as inopportune and take a warily conservative view of domestic affairs. One unforeseen consequence of the Czechoslovak crisis is that it has brought a surprising number of young people seeking membership of the Communist Party. Thus there is a greater sense of urgency about domestic Issues. The party congresses were In any case due to be held. As a break with past practice, the federal party congress will take place after, and not before, the congresses held by the Individual republics. It means that the central authorities of the party will have to take Into account the views of the republics Instead of using the republican congresses as the channel for applying decisions taken at the federal level. That Is why the Serbian Party Congress in November is given such importance. Serbia is the largest of the republics; It Includes the federal capital, and the ranks of the party here are felt to have more than their fair share of conservative opinion. Much of the Belgrade gossip now turns on the likely changes In the leadership. (Q)MaMffSMnim . . . with a WINNER! . 1 YdDuiiir For Sheriff Take CLINTON E. RED TAYLOR Democrat LEVER 23-B o nee Pd. Pol. Adv. 1 MMMMyMMyMM PTTTTTTTTTT S I Republicans, Democrats & Independents Can Vote for Li T II Your' Election Day is only a few short hours away now. As you read the Post-Times this morning you have gone the route. 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