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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - March 22, 1927, Sandusky, Ohio Read Daily and Sunday Ijy More Than Ten Thousand Families. ? ? ? The Sandusky Register Sandusky's Oldest fhisiness Institution-F OUNDED 182 2-Exclusive Associated Press (/V) Service FINAL EDITION * * * VOL. 10 5. NO. 6 9. SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1927 PR TPR  THREE CENTS PAIL.Y r n 1 Li . jjIOHT CENTS SUNDAY FOREIGNERS EVACUATE NANKING AS CLASH NEARS FOUR DEAD IN FLOODS OVER OHIO Danger Mark Past As Rivers Recede; i Roads Inundated. [Br The Attociatei Preti} With clearing skies and colder weather forecast for toda.y, the crest of high water in Ohio's Bwollen streams was expected to pass down stream and all serious danger from the present spring flood was believed virtually over. Practically all of the smaller streams in the state were cither flooded or at flood stage yesterday. The Scioto River, which crept over Us banks as far down, stream as Clrtlevllle yesterday. ,was reported receding near Its head waters last night. Most other streams, however, wore rising slowly but a general recession was looked for today providing clear weather materialize*. and cooler j Four Low Mves. The flood yesterday had caused four fatalities. Hoy, 7-year-old son of Roger Crooks, drowned In a stream, near Kenton; Ernest Esch-man, 22, drowned In Walnut Creek, near Columbus", George King and Clarence Prenta, both 1G, lost their lives In Wolfe Creek at Her, --when swept from a raft on which they were playing. Young was the son of George King, Her carpenter, and Prenta'B father Is Edward  Prenta, Her. general storo owner. Police at Columbus were searching the w&terrj of the Scioto river for the body of a man reported to have leaped from a bridge Into the stream. A motorist became stranded In a river bottom at Columbus and was rescued by police. Traffic Hampered. Rail and motor traffic was seriously Impeded when tracks and highways were Inundated. In some sections of the state, residents of the lowlands had made preparations to vacate their homes should rivers continue to rise. Hundreds of (Continued on Pago 2, Coi.O) WIRE BRIEFS 27 REPORTED DROWNED ODESSA. V. B. 8. R., March 21 (#")-Twenty-seven persona are believed to have drowned today when the Greek steamer Odysseus was wrecked by a hurricane In the Black Sea. The Odysseus, which carried 5,000 tons of grain, was near Constantinople when struck by the storm. WAR THREATS AGAIN HEARD ABOUT EUROPE Italo-Jugo-Slav D. i s p u t o Draws Attention of Other Powers; Shun League Aid. LONDON. March 21 (/Pi-European diplomacy today was engaged nervously In the task of averting trouble, perhaps war, In the Balkans, which It has been feared might arise ver since the conclusion of the treaty of Tirana between Italy and Albania. The Italian protests to Belgrade against alleged 6* TO ENFORCE HIXE LAWS COLUMBIA, S. C, March 21 (yp,- Governor Richards tonight vetoed the bill passed last week by the legislature, liberalizing the existing Sunday blue laws. By this action, the governor Indicated that he intended to enforce the ancient statutes, which he recently revived. EARL CARROLL FACES PEN WASHINGTON, March 21 (A>) -Earl Carroll, the theatrical producer, must go to the Atlanta penitentiary, unless he persuades the Supreme Court to reconsider its refusal today to consider his conviction on a charge of perjury. Such requests rarely are granted. As an aftermath of his celebrated bathtub party on the stage of a New York theater, Carroll was sentenced to servo c�e year and a day for giving an Incorrect version of the affair to a grand Jury. Map of countries where war threats again have disturbed Europe. The Italian and British ministers to Jugo-Slavia have warned Foreign Minister Perltch that complications would be likely to arise If Albanian anti-government forces would proceed from Jugo-Slavlan territory into Albania against the Albanian government. The foreign ministed replied that Jugo-Blavla would do nothing to trouble the peace of the Balkans. France, which received an Identic note from Italy protesting the alleged Jugo-Slavlan preparations for supporting the anti-government parties in Albania, urges calmness. There has been open comment in Paris, however, that the Italian protest is looked upon there as one more move In preparation for Italian occupation of Albania. An Italian treaty with Albania gives the Fascist nation virtual economic and military control of the small country. Ahmed Zogu, Albanian president, v/ho was placed Into power by Jugoslavia, Is alleged to be "playing politics" with Italy now. The "lineup" of the powers is as follows: Italy and England side with Albania; Francs and Russia support Jugo-Slavia; Germany and Rouma-nla are divided In their opinion. BROWNING IS GRANTED SEPARATION Teaches* Loses Suit As Jurist Decides Plea Unjustified. CARMEL, N. Y., March 21 UP) -The former Frances "Peaches" Heenan saw her Tomance crash today without compensation, less tharr a year since her hurried runaway marriage with Edward West Browning, her "Cinderella man". The uncompromising fact of a court decision gave a legal separation to her husband. Supreme Court Justice A. H. See ger, who presided at the "opinion of the press and public" trial here and at White Plains, said in the decision that he failed to find Mrs. Browning's, sensational charges of ciuelty supportable by the evidence. Alimony Cut Off Mrs. Browning's alimony of $300 a week, which began in November, Is automatically discontinued and her only claim to continued support Is to return to her husband, should he desire to take her back. The real estate man, whose 62 years was coupled with a penchant for publicity tended to make married life a nervous experiment for the young woman as Mrs. Browning testified, was absolved by Justice Seoger of charges ranging from miserliness to abnormality. A�salls Both Principals The Justice, viewing the case as (Continued on Page 2, Col. 4) Teaches' Denied Alimony OAS PRICE CLT CLEVELAND, O., March 21 i..'f The price of gasoline and kerosene dropped one cent In Ohio today. The reduction was announced here by the Standard OH. Great Western Oil. Brooks Oil. Pocohontas Oil and the National Refining Companies. 30 INJURED IN STUDENT RIOT ADMITS BRUTAL MURDER -----,----- ^ Snow, Cold, Floods Vie WithSpring Sub-Zero Temperatures in West; Rivers Rise to Flood Stage in Midwest. ' CHICAGO, March 21 (Jp)- Spring arrived today armed with a snow shovel, holding an umbrella and wearing galoshes. Tho shovel was needed In parts of Colorado and Wyoming where snow blocked highways and where temperatures fell below zero. Lead-vllle, Col., shivered in 10 degrees below zero. Ice, cold and snow clamped Arctic fingers around Nebraska, many tactions seeing the mercury go to zero last night. Snow, a foot deep In some places, covered the state. Farmers were elated, however, saying that the precipitation of the past few days has made the sub-soli moist enough to give spring crops a flying start. Spring found a warm sun In Iowa revealing an estimated damage of JHOO.OOO which resulted from the week-end sleet storm. Broken wires and fallen poles hampered communication in Eastern Iowa. Indiana and Illinois faced high waters in some of their streamB. A general overflow of the Wabash River was regarded as almost cer-Uln at Mt. Carmel, 111. The Mississippi River as well as other streams in Missouri and Illinois were near or at flood stage. At Hannibal, Mo., tho rain fall was 3.09 inches in 30 hours. The Ohio River from Evansvllle, Ind., to its mouth at Cairo, 111., was at flood stage. With the Mississippi River rising, Sunday's snows melting rapidly. Southeastern Minnesota ccmmunitles prepared to meet flood conditions. DESPERATE STAND NOW PROSPECT Whites in Danger As Riots Follow Pall of Shanghai. SHANGHAI, March 22 (Tuesday) (JP)-Striker* and 150,000 Shantungcse were sacking the Chinese quarters of Shanghai at noon today. A reign of absolute terror prevailed. Fire Hose Streams John Hopkins Mob. Halt Wife of Editor Confesses Aiding 'Other Man' Slay-Husband in Sleep. NEW YORK, March 21 (PP)-A young married woman whose vivacious nature gained her the nickname of "Tommy" today broke down after 14 hours of grilling In a police station and related the sordid details of the murder of her husban'd before dawn Sunday. It was the old story, said the po ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 21 iTP)- High pressure fire hose halted a , riot of nearly 400 Johns Hopkins , ... ! students here tonight in the shadow j^om for the other-man^resulting 'of the Maryland state house, after ! ln a crime of premeditated brutality liee, the eternal triangle of a young woman linked In marriage to a man her senior and a plot for free- CONVK'TS AID Gt'ARO COLUMBUS. Marcl) 21 i^-Two convicts, one of them armler.s, came to the rescue of Charles Fouty, 50, a guard In Ohio penitentiary here, when he was attacked in the basement of the prison hospital, by , ..,_.,,. *i,, ! Walter Page, 46, colored, serving a some quarters tne^usplclon j g[x ypar e*,tence fM manslaug,ttor from Lucas-co. military preparations aimed at Albania have drawn denials from the Jugo-Slav government by representatives both In Belgrade and Geneva. The Jugoslav government also has invited the military attaches of the powers to ascertain the truth of the Italian charges for themselves. It was authoritatively stated that tho Belgian minister in Belgrade called at the Jugo-31av foreign office today and advised Jugo-Slavia to act with the greatest moderation in connection with the tension over Albania In has been advanced that Italy is seeking a pretext to further her "Adriatic ambitions". Great Britain and Prance are 6ald to be actively exchanging confidences how to avert the threatened trouble. Germany apparently Is carefully keeping aloof. ROME, .March 21 (/Tl-Italy regards with extreme disfavor any proposal to place the present Al-banian-Jugo-Slav situation, before the council of the League of Nations, it is stated In political quarters here. Furthermore, statements published here attributed to Foreign Minister Pereltsch of Jugo-Slaviu are Interpreted by some as mean-ring the situation ha�> entered its final phase and is losing its gravity. YOl'TH 19, SENT TO CHAIR FAIRV1EW, Okla.. March 21 (jp)- "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," District Judge Charles Swlndall declared today In commenting on his action in imposing the death sentence on a 19-year-old youth for a bank robbery. Jutlgo Swlndall last Saturday sentenced Dave Brown, 19, to the electric chair for participation !ri the robbery Dec. 19, 1G2U, of the Jet, Okla., bank. described by the police as unparalleled here in years. The principles In the crime are: Albert Snyder, art editor of a magazine of motor boating. 45; his attractive bobbed haired wife, Ruth, 32, and his wife's friend, Henry Judd Gray, 34, accused by her in an alleged confession of the actual slaying. Both Held Snyder is dead from blows on the head with an iron bar and from his neck having been nearly twisted through with picture wire. The -other two are held by the police A session ! in widely separated cities in New shots had been fired by police and an appeal had been made to the governor for the National Guard. Approximately 30 students were injured, several seriously, and dam-ago estimated at $3,000 was done to the national guard armory, where an attacking force of Johns' Hopkins sophomores attempted to break up the annual freshman class dinner. Nine were arrested and other participants in the riot were being sought. More than 300 students took part In the combat, and 3,000 persons were attracted to the scene of the riot, stopping all traffic. of the Maryland general assembly j York state. In the state""house, a block away, 0ray was crested in was seriously hampered. | N Y, in a hotel room Frances "Peaches" Heenan Browning, 16-year-old glrl-wlfe of Edward West Browning, 52, millionaire New York realtor. Is not entitled to alimony In the opinion of Supreme Court Justice A. H. F. Seegar before whom was aired her sensational charges of misconduct during her marital life with, the wealthy "Prince Charming." Justice Secger on Monday granted Browning an absolute separation and dismissed "Peaches' " cross petition. Judge Rules Against Sapiro; Ford's Malice Toward Race Barred The battle started when 215 freshmen attempted to hold their annual : saie.sman and class dinner in the armory. They j wlth R resldence*7n" O*r"ango Syracuse, at 10:30 o'clock this morning. Gray, a corset a husband and father N. J., HOPE U� S. WILL O.K. ARMS PACT League Limitation Parley-Gets Under Way at Genoa. GENEVA. March 21 )-After a 54 day swing around the country on a lecture tour which took him to forty-one cities. Prince William of Sweden, was back in'New York today, prepared to sail for Europe operator, today formally asked forfj nt midnight on the liner Columbus, a new trial on the charges of con- ' .II'DOK'S TRIAL STARTED INDIANAPOLIS, March 21 {&,- Indiana's senate of 50 men. worried by mixed emotions and doubts- some uncertain as to the legality of their action-today began trial of Judge Clarence \V. Dearth rf the Delaware circuit court on impeachment charges. LONG SEARCH ENDED AKRON, O., March 21 (A1)-A search of 12 years ended here tonight when police arrested Le Roy Miller, sought in connection with the slaying in 1915, of Bennle Smith of Dayton. Miller was held as a fugitive from Justice. tempt of the Senate for which he was convicted by a District of Columbia Supreme Court Jury. If the motion is denied, Sinclair will be sentenced, the penalty being a fine of from $100 to $1,000 and a Jail sentence of from one mouth to one year. He then may appeal to higher courts. OIL MAGNATE DEAD BATON ROUGE, La., March 21 (ff>) -C. K. Clarke, president of the Standard Oil Company of Louisiana for the last year, was found dead in the bath room of his residence this morning by his colored chauffeur. He had been in poor health for some time. FINISHES FLIGHT OVER JINGLE BUENOS AIRFS, March 21 (/}>,- A dispatch to La Nacion, from Para, Brazil, announces that Commando De lncdo arrived there fit 5:50 p. m. He leit Manaos, 8tio miles from Pnra this morning end landed enroute at Gurupta to fuel. The Italian long distance flyer now la buck on the coast, having completed the first flight ever made across the vast Jungles of central Brazil. ARCTIC FLIGHT DELAYED FAIRBANKS, Alaska, March 21(/P>-Departure of tho Detroit News Wilklns Arctic expedition for Point Barrow has again -been postponed. The hop-off which had been scheduled for today probably will not bo made until the last of the week. Donahey Again Blames Legislature For Present Condition Of Treasury FLU EPIDEMIC HITS AMERICAN ARMYJESSEL Four Reported Dead, 58 III On Transport Now En-route to West Coast. SAN FRANCISCO, March 21 (JP)-Fifty-eight persons are 111 from Influenza and four have died on board the United States Army transport Chateau Thierry enroute here from New York according to word received by army headquarters here late today. The vessel Is due here on Friday, but is believed ahead of schedule and may arrive Wednesday nlglit or Thursday morning. A wireless message received from the transport did not state that the four deaths were due to Influenza, but it was assumed such was the case. The fact of tho epidemic was confirmed by Col. A. D. F. Anderson, chief of staff of tho ninth corps area. Preparations have .been made at tho Letterman General Hospital in the Presidio to receive the patients who will bo transferred from the transport dock in a score of army ambulances. SHANGHAI, March 22, (Tuesday) (if5)-Evacuation of all foreign women and children still remaining at Nanking, began at daylight today, because of the close approach of fighting between the Nationalist and Northern forces and the prospect of disturbances. The United States destroyer Preston has left Wuhu and Is proceeding to Nanking where the destroyer Noa already Is standing by. The Noa and the British destroyer Emerald have landed guards for the American and British, consulates In tho city. Ready For Desperate Stand. No details have been received of the Nanking* situation, but the Nationalists are within striking distance of the city and the Shantungcse apparently are preparing for a desperate stand. Reinforcements are still crossing the Yangtse. from the North. Chlnklang,, which is In Northern hands, is quiet and the evacuation of the foreign woman and children Is no* yet believed necessary. Unconfirmed reports say that. the Nationalists have occupied Soochow without fighting. FORCES MOVE ON CORN BORER U. S. Places Orders For New Tanks to Fight Menace. WASHINGTON, March 21 (/Pi - Full mobilization of the heavy artillery to be used in the war on the corn-borer was ordered today. The department of agriculture placed contracts for automotive equipment, consisting of tanks, trucks and trailers which will cost half a million dollars. A fund of $10,000,000 is available to be used in an effort to crush this menace to the corn crop, and the Initial outlay will bring Into service 190 trucks and 64 tank trailers. The tanks will not be the lumbering type used by fighting armies; they will consist of containers to carry the chemicals with which tho pest Is to bo attacked. Contracts went to the International Harvester Company, Chicago; The Century Motor Truck Company of Defiance, O., and the Freuhauf Trailer Company, of Detroit. Inspired the articles printed In tho Dearborn Independent in 1924 and 1925 accusing Sapiro of bad faith in organizing cooperative organizations among American farmers, of membership In an international band of Jews plotting to control agriculture and of seeking to spread communism," Saplro's counsel. William Henry Gallagher, stated during the arguments. He alleged not only malice on the part of Ford, but also In the heart of Cameron and on tho part of the Dearborn Independent. The Inception of the alleged libellous articles was traced today to a letter written August 0. 1923, to Harry H. Dunn at Brekeley, Cal., by H. W. Roland, of the editorial department of the Independent. "Don't snicker when I tell you the Jewish boys are putting the I WARREN, O., March 21 (#>) woiks on tho farmers," Roland | Fumes of a wartime poison gas wrote. "It began when Barney1 spread throughout the Wadsworth Baruch, firs', became Interested In steel Company plant here to kill Kansas after Wilson left the White; rats frustrated a robbery of the House. Since then there has been (company's safe, it was disclosed to-r. great deal of Jewish interest in1 day. tho plight of the farmer, especially I The burglar had knlckeci off the as to mortgaging their souls and combination when, it is believed, bodies through the government ho was affected by the fumes, agencies, plus the various coopera- \ There was only one door in the place POISON GAS ROUTS LONE SAFE CRACKER SHANGHAI FAIAS SHANGHAI, March 21 (JP)-The native city of Shanghai, China's greatest port and most Important trade center, which fell Into the hands of the Nationalists this morning, was seething tonight with bitter street fighting and turbulent riots. Sitting on the Hd of the boiling cauldron and guarding the 37,000 inhabitants of the international settlement were 18,000 foreign protective forces. Including 1,500 United States marines backed by the big guns of the large International fleet In the Whangpoo River.  The situation created by the precipitate retreat of tho Northern troops and the advance of the Southerners was one of the greatest gravity for the foreign population and its defenders. With a general strike effective and the streets filled with truculent natives, the position, of the lnterruv-(Contlnued on Page 2, Col. 3) HIGH TENSION LINE TO JOIN CITY, TOLEDO tive movements.' that did not bear OurWeatherMan a large sign It was contended by counsel for | "Poison Stay Out," and the In-the motor manufacturer that the' truder had entered this door, eciivltics of Sapiro were unknown i left the same way. Police were tc Ford or the Dearborn Independ-; canvassing physicians to learn if cut. A series of letters and tele-! anyone had applied for treatment grams marked the steps of develop- j for gas poisoning. mcnts of the first article accusing j ---�------- Sapiro of mulcting the California I fruit growers of thousands of dollars. It was written, Cameron testified, by Dunn, who used the pen name of Robert Morgan. In a follow-up letter read Into the record, Dunn told Roland that tho story of cooperative fruit marketing was the hardest lie ever had handled. "There Is no doubt, that the farmers are being skinned out of thousands of dollars through managers and officials," he wrote. "The Cent lie managers are Just tus effl The H. L. Doherty Company announced Monday at Cleveland that tho company would begin immediately an construction of 60 miles of 132,000 volt double circuit steel tower transmission line with switching and transformer substations, connecting the si litem of the Ohio Publlo Service company at Sandusky, with that of the Toledo Edison Company. This will complete tho direct interconnection of all Cities Service Co. properties in Ohio. The high voltage transmission line which now connects with the Sandusky sub-station on Perkins-av and crosses Sandusky Bay on , steel towers set on concrete bases \ in Sandusky Bay, is known as tho (Sandusky and Port Clinton line. He,The new line will connect up San-�-" ' dusky and Toledo. The cost of the new undertaking was not announced in the dispatches from Cleveland. FORECAST FOR OHIO -Gener-clent in swindling the farmers us' ally fair, rising temperature in the ELLEVUE MAN GETS SENTENCE are the Jews behind the movement. The farmers probably received more for their crops through the association than they would have selling Individually on the open market In spite of the swindles." COLUMRTS, March 21 (^ft- Gov. Donahey told the Legislature in a message tonight that if It had adopted bis suggestion for levy lug ami collecting a new corporation franchise tax, the state treasury would not be embarrassed. Tho message conveyed to the Legislature a letter from State Auditor Joseph T. Tracy declaring that the general revenue fund In the state treasury Is now overdrawn $448,000.58 and that new revenues to the amount of $13,250,000 collectible at the earliest possible date are needed to balance the budget on June 30, 1927-the end of the fiscal year. The. governor quoted to the As- sembly his message of Jan. 5, In which he recommended an Increase In the corporation franchise tax of from one-twelfth to one-fifth of one per cent and suggested' the flrat installment be made collectible In May so as to provide needed revenue. Following receipt of the message ! by the Senate, a group of senators � met with Majority Leader Chester : C. Bolton to discuss the situation, It was the concensus of the meeting that the Legislature should act ; favorably on the recommendations | of Auditor Tracy that he be per-' mitred to borrow the constitutions! limit of $750,000 and that certain special funds be transferred to the general fund. These suggestions were made by the auditor so that some Immediate stato obligations can bo met. Jury Disagrees South western portion Tuesday; Wednesday cloudy and wanner, probably followed by showers. ' 1Tij-rh''St temperature yeaterday 42 :i)n same date last year....... 31 i Lowest temperature, yesterday '6 6 I On satno date last year....... 27 ; Precipitation yesterday .......40 On tamo date lait year..... 04; noon PASTORS TO OPPOSE SPORTS ON SUNDAY CINCINNATI, O., March 21 (,1V-Opposition to athletic sports on Sunday, especially baseball, was \olced here today by members of the Methodist Ministers Assoclo- j case for t!on. I vember While the ministers as a body, probably disapproved of baseball games on!til next Sunday, they expressed their approval of the national game on j v,cek days. They declared for a j strict observance of Sunday as a j day of rest. I A committee was appointed to | puny ' call upon Judge Frederick 1.. Hoff- Uo:m ! man, president of the Amateur j Baseball Association, and protest i against the holding of amateur field i clay on Sunday this spring. ! Ilniiiidiiy: S a. m. CHICAGO, March 21 - The j Sun ri*.s tmluy . trial of 129 furniture dealers ami;S.in .sets today  firms, charged with violation of the: ....... |Sherman anti-trust laws ended to-; observation taken joay when Federal Judge Carpenter j at S p. m. discharged 'ho Jury utter it had | failed to reach an agreement. The yy iiUl aiul Weather case went to the Jury Thursday * noon. j Jud-o Carpenter as-d^m-d tho IA Mleno. N~W. fir 0 SI .6.:n . l� : 4 3 �a , . S3 mother trial o I. cket, but .v. would not be n January. the No-lli.it li :'aed un- I'ACKER CRITICALLY ILL KANSAS CITY. Mu.. March 21 ,j>, Charles W. Armour, vice-president and a director of Armour and Corn-packers, is critically ill lit Ills here. Mr. Armour slipped on thu front porch Of his home here. a month ago, and fell. Pneumonia set in and his condition has grown steadily worse. NW, Clr. I'et:\cr. rri-W, t'ldy. 1'iiluih. M), Clear (; a K i'sloii, N. I'Cy 11 u roll, S, * "loud v . � I rtrk'ville. S\V, Civ -Mephls. N, i'tCly. Miles City, N\V. Cly I'hoenlsr, "W, Clear I'oi lltilid, N. CIdv. St Louis, NW. Cly S I. City, S, Clear. :i2 12 14 54 2S 3(5 34 10 11 . . 2S 3$ 20 12 "j0 50 4 2 16 SI 42 lu 12 .7t! SO OS 10 .12 4 2 38 .44 SO 32 . . .OS To 40 .. 51 dO 4$ 30 38 32 18 . f.O C>2 32 10 Suudiuk)', Stt, Ci> 3(1 U M 18 Frisco. W, Clear. ..0 4 72 uO 10 S S Marie, NK. Cly.31 88 28 lit Waili'Kton, N. Cly. 50 52 48 .. Med Hat, NW, PCy.lu 42 30 .. Arthur Painter Must Serve 17 Months in Prison. CLEVELAND, March 21 , -Arthur Painter, Bellevue, Ohio Railway mall clerk, was sentenced to 17 months In the Atlanta penitentiary for stealing from the malls, over the protest of the minister of hts church, who pleaded for leniency because it was Painter's first offense. Rev. S. E. LaFollette, of the First Methodist church, of Bellevue, said Painter was a good citizen and never had been In trouble before. "That's all very well." said United i States Judge Paul Jones, "but he ! admits he has stolen from the malls and he must go to prison." A four dollar check was found in Painter's possession when he was arrested, according to government 3 1 agents. � j Painter said he was buying an : automobile and was hard up. : OPEN SPRING DRIVE 11 WITH DRY PADLOCKS .22: CLEVELAND, March 21 (JP)-Witn tho Issuance of 17 permanent padlock lujuuctious by federal court today, Howell Leuck, assistant district attorney, announced a Spring drive on liquor law violators. He said the government will eudeavof to close everyw place 1� Clevelaoa 12 I and surrounding territory whets ii^ u i quor *s sold,. -m .02; u 0 '6 .40 0 0 ;