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New*. Frederick. MM., Friday. Jmly Z. If W 1 Cominform Resolution Is Approved i London. July 1 \--The Central! Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union has approved the CoBointorta resolution Â«n Yucoelavia, the Moscow radio said tonight The text of a Moscow radio broadcast heard in London, said: "The Central Committee of the CoKsraunist Party of The Soviet Union 'Bolsheviks*, having heard the report of its delegation---comrades A_ A.) Zhdanov, G.MJ Malea- kov and iMLA.* Suslov--on the results of the Jnne meeting of the Information Bureau which took place in Romania, adopted the results of the work of the meeting aad the resolution of the Information Bureau OR the situation in the Corrununist Parsv of Yugoslavia Mar Ease War Fears Some Western diplomats said tonight the situation in Yugoslavia may bring an easing of war fears in Europe. They said the Soviet Union is likely to be too busy trying to smooth things out in Marshal Tito's area to go on increasing pressure against the West in the near future . The nine-nation Communist Information Bureau brought on the ( crisis by taking a vigorous slap, at Tito's leadership. Instead of meekly accepting the Cominform's' reprimand, the Yugoslav Communist Party slapped back, and the ' internal Communist battle was on United States. British and French officials here, separately and privately, said the resulting demon- , strauon of lack of solidarity in the Communist camp should diminish Communist influence in such places as France and Italy They said ! *. ' should take the heat off the Western powers. Moreover. Tito's example may ( eive Communists in some other Soviet satellite countries similar ideas. Meanwhile the Communist high commands of Yugoslavia and its" neighbor. Albania, began trading I propaganda today in an apparent widening split among the Red- . controlled nation* cut of the Iron Curtain. Today's potentially explosive developments, crackling on the inter- nation*! radio waves: Albania declared Tito's forces fuilty of "open treason" against Communist dogma. Yugoslovia retorted that gross "insults to the Yugoslov peoples" have occurred on Albanian soil. These charges and countercharges, contained in Belgrade and Tirana broadcasts were in some respects the angriest and most threatening hurled since the historic nft in the ranks of world Communism opend early this week In Washington, the American Government's monitoring service picked up a sizzling communique identified as originating in the Albanian capital. It declared that the Central Committee of the Albanian Communist party Â· severely condemns the open treason of the leaders of the Yugoslav Communist party. \vho have betraed Marxism- Leninism, who have betrayed the camp of socialism " From the Belgrade radio came a counterblast charging that Albania, during the past few dajs. has been the scene of Â· organized incidents which are sn^ul's to the Yugoslav peoples " Belgrade complained that the Albanian Government ' I closed a book shop :n Tirana. 2 - banned the sale of the Yugoslav Ovnmu- nist newspaper ' Borba," Â» 3 i ordered Marsha! Ti:o"s name stricken from all text books. ( 4 i forbade the sinpsng of songs referring to Tito and banned his picture from oubHc buildings Protest Filed The Belgrade announcement added "Yugoslav diplomatic representatives have filed a protest with the Albanian Government concerning these hostile and bruta! acts" And it said the actions are "aimed at impairing Albanian-Yugoslav relations" Albania is the third nation whose Cornumnist Party has declared its position since the Soviet- led Cominform on Monday de-; nouned Tito's leadership in Yugoslav!* and demanded that he aad hif top associates repent or resign. First the Communist high command at Belgrade rejected the Corainform criticisms and. in effect proclaimed Tito's independence o f ' Moscow dictation. i Yesterday the Communist lead- Â· ership of Bulgaria lined up with , the Cominform. But the Bulgarian stand was tempered by statements from the Government 'as distinguished from the Communist Party) that friendly relations between Yugoslavia and Bulgaria continued unchanged. Tucker Suspends And Blames SEC Demands Chicago. July I JF--Preston Tucker announced today the Tuck- Â· er Corporation is suspending its' automotive operations temporarily and is turning over its complete books and \\orking data to the Securities and Exchange Commission "The SEC made a preemptory demand for literally truckloads of our files and records to be delivered at their office m Chicago." Tucker, president of the company,, said i "Tying up such records at this time will make it impossible to continue operating." Tucker said in a formal statement isiued at a news conference No-Strike Order Made Permanent Washington. July 1 /P3--Justice T. Alan Goldsborougb slapped a permanent no-strike order today on three rail vi ay unions unhappy about their pay and working conditions. Justice Goldsborough ruled that because of the "extreme situation" which uould result from a nationwide railroad strike, he had to make his temporary injunction a permanent one. The three unions--Locomotive Engineers. Firemen and Engine- men, and Switchmen--already had taken steps to appeal from Goldsborough's earlier temporary order banning a strike "All we have to do is to file some more papers.' one union official iaid Government attorneys explained there is little practical difference in the two kinds of injunctions, but the permanent one will run now until one or the other side Â·aj.ks the court to dissolve it. That i will happen when the dispute "*as been settled. The controversy was tightly 1 deadlocked, despite repeated efforts of John R. Steelman. Presidential assistant.' to get the railroads, and the union chiefs together. They may resume conferences again tomorrow. Steelman recessed the White House talks to av. ait the Goldsborough decision, ThÂ«? ;trtke-thr- atenLig unions refused to settle for the same 15 *? '' cent hourly pay increase accepted oy the other railroad unions in the past year. The Engineers. Firemen and Switchmen asked for several rules changes as well. The car- j riers say they sow are demanding 1 314; cents an hour The unions say that was their onginal demand, and that the cost of living has gone up materially since the other unions got the 15^z cent raise. The three unions were read} to walk off the job May 11 at 6 a. rn. after months of wrangling. President Truman directed the Army to take over the ratl lines. becau-M: the three unions, with only 190.000 members, could tie up the major train movements immediately. TO-DAY'S WIT and WISDOM DOLLAR DAYS: Polo Shlrl5 3 for 51.00 S1.49 Ztpprr Billfolds . Sl.OO Window Shades * for Sl.OO 35c AjJklets. 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