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Helps reduce nigh •nd day calls, thus promoting better sleep Oet Cyitex from your druggist today. Olvi Ik a fair trial m directed on package. Mone; hack «earantaad unless Cysta* satisfies jot m Mm* tall IsaftslSt Yaur Trip May »· Enjayabla! « Arguments Opened In Injunction Case Against Printers By th· Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS, Mar. 3.—The in junction case against AFL Interna , tional Typographical Union got down to business today. Federal Judge Luther M. Swygert was ready to hear arguments. Law yers for Robert N. Denham, general counsel of the National Labor Rela tions Board, were ready with news paper publisher witnesses to support their request for an injunction un - der the Taft-Hartley Act. Preliminary questions were cleared ' away last week when Judge Swygert ! upheld the legality of the proceed ing. He turned down a union mo j tion to dismiss. Mr. Denham has charged the ITU with insisting on the closed shop in newspaper composing rooms, and with other unfair practices under the Taft-Hartley Act. Whithrop Johns, trying the case on Mr. Denham's behalf, has ob tained subpoenas for ITU President WoodrufT Randolph and ITU Secre ' tarv-Treasurer Don Hurd, requir ' ing them to appear and bring a lot : of documents. ITU lawyers, in their written answer to the petition for the in junction, have said such an order would impose on Judge Swygert "the impossible task of acting, in effect, as receiver" of the union, supervising the bargaining negotia tions of over 800 local unions and approving or disapproving their policies and actions. . Witnesses whom the Denham of fice expects to be on hand for testi mony this week include the follow ing: George N. Dale, chairman of the special standing committee of the American Newspaper Publishers Association; Chester E. Clark, Mr. Dale's assistant; John F. O'Keefe, secretary of the Chicago Newspaper Publishers' Association; Charles J. Lewin, editor and general manager - of the New Bedford (Mass.) Stand ard-Times; Norman Applegarth, ' executive secretary of the Detroit Newspaper Publishers Association; William J. Harrigan, business man ager of the Hammond (Ind.) Times; James E. Stiles, publisher of the Nassau Daily Review Star, Hemp stead, and Franklin D. Schurz, sec I retary and treasurer of the South I Bend (Ind.) Tribune. Four Chicago Printing Plants Tied Up by Union Meetings ! CHICAGO, Mar. 3 (Λ>).—Produc ,, tion in four Chicago commercial ; ; printing plants was at a standstill . today after the dismissal of 39 AFL ! ; printers accused of "slowdowns." ■ More than 400 other printers em I ployed by the four firms appeared . in the shops today but immediately ί called chapel meeting to protest yes | terday's dismissals. Company spokes i men said the meetings were of a • "continuous nature." 10th & H STS. Ν.Ε. . 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The walkout, originally set foi Monday midnight when contracts with the union expired, was post poned pending outcome of today's negotiations. A meeting with Curb Exchange officials is scheduled for Friday, but union spokesmen indicated that in the event of a disagreement today Curb Exchange workers might go ahead with planned strike action The spokesmen said the union, Local 205, AFL United Financial Employes, expected that in the event a settlement was reached at the Stock Exchange session It might be used as a pattern for an agree ment with the Curb Exchange. The union has demanded an esti mated 26 per cent wage increase and a union shop. Eastland Leaves Hospital Senator Eastland, Democrat, oi Mississippi was discharged from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Balti more yesterday after a week of observation and treatment. Associ MAYTAG Authorized Factory Service NA. 2160 a tee had thought he might have to undergo minor surgery for a tonsil infection, but no operation was , necessary. ι 3ol. 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