_WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 30.18 7 Labor Unions Join ITU Lawsuit Three Associations Of Publishers, Too, Enter Litigation -iTcderaf^d'e' P ° b ' " (UP > Restaurant Operator and Daughter Shot TUSCALOOSA. Ala.. Feb. II. UP) —A woman restaurant operator and her 13-year-old daughter were sliot to death yesterday bv her enraged cashier who had been qunr- je".* «•,», . WBllrcss . polit . e " rc . The young girl. N o ,, a Pay j^ cry. died in:tanll y with & bullet wound In the head. Her mother I Mrs. Dpllie Mae Dockery, dletl a I few minute., later, she was shot in the neck nnd wrisl J3LYTUEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Labor Relations Board for n' strike injunction against the ITU. lean pp ! H. VC ",i Eroilps are thc Al » ef Ican Federation of Labor, the Conf'" sT °/ industrial organizations, Mnehl • t 1 "" 8 . " al Association of Machinists, the United Rflnc Work- i k American Newspaper Publisher Association, the Inland Dai- 'h// C! ?T oclcition ' " nti th e Sou- .ncrn Newspaper Publishers Asso- The newspaper groups had »sked for Intervention which would permit them to participate with counsel In oral arguments. Swygcr turned them down on that hut of- ieiert them permission to get in tin ea.se with documents only. Ti'c big labor organizations asked onlv to be allowed to file briefs ITU local No. IS of Chicago whose members are on strike aealast eight Chicago newspapers also asked permission to intervene Swygerl offered it the same privilege to enter as a friend of the u Th c judge said intervention would unduly delay and complicate thc procecdmcs." in which the, national labor relations hoard seeks to enjoin the ITU from alleged unfair labor practices. Denial of the motions kept the case from being thrown wide open for the biggest labor-versus-cm- ployer court battle to test the Taft- Hartlcy act since the new labor law Jjf'as passed- U.S. Court Affirms Part of NLRB Decision CINCINNATI, O.. Feb. 11. (t)P>- A National Labor Relations Board cease and desist order issued against two Sparta, Twin., shirt companies In 1946 was affirmed in part yesterday by the Sixth u. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The firms, Mylan-Sparta Co Inf.. and the Myland Mamifactur- i.™,??-' Inc - were ™dercd by the NLKB in August, law, to cease interfering with the right of employes to join the United Construction Workers Union of the United Mine Workers, or any other union. The NLRB aiso ordered back pay paid May Head CAB « h ?u eed Rlc| lai-<l small' .n f ' rosu '"-!"'l cashier «nd former commission deputy sheriff at nearby Holt win, murder 'r,f v o *' °'"' rate <' "ic Tide •• S . :, n0il1 ' lhr AC '^S R:<». road station on Southslde. Police said that Smallwood and Mrs. Sarah Charinell. fl waitress were quarreling and Mrs Channel' telephoned Mrs. Dockery. when she and her daughter en. e Inlo tin- cafe, police Mid Smallwood started arguing with them, declaring "I told you to stay out of (his." Police said SmalUvood first shot the daughter, wlio dropped rt?atf alter she ran a few feet to a iwu- by lest room. He then shot Mrs Dockery twice. Mrs. Channel who was standing next to Mrs. Dockery, said thp restaurant owner ran out of the door of thc cafe and fell. Smallwood tinned his enn over to polic» after they arrived. He was held In countv j n l| without bond pendinp aclinn'by a grand jury which meets March 8. Tenement Buildina Fire Results in Four Deaths HALIFAX, N. S. Pcb. 11. (UP)-- '. Six persons, inclndln^ three children, were killed Tuesday when fire destroyed a three-story tenement building here today. Sereral other occupants escaped with minor Injuries. 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