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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporter WHW1® Blaze Guts Hi-Spot Grill, Loss Set Near $35,000 Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, February 22, 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 190.    40    PAGES.    7    CENTS The Hi Spot Grill of 221 N. Tuscarawas Ave. was gutted by fire this morning with the loss tentatively set at $35,000. Firemen believe the blaze originated in wiring behind wall paneling. They spent nearly 3 hours fighting the blaze and remained at the scene until late this morn- The Grill's interior was a charred ruin when the blare was finally extinguished.Taft And Bolton Slated For Mock KSU 'Convention" Ohio Cong. Robert A. Taft Jr. will serve as the first chairman of Kent State University’s mock Republican convention in April. Taft, running for the GOP nomination for U. S. Senate against Secretary of State Ted W. Brown, will take over as chairman of the campus convention Friday afternoon. April IO. GOP Cong. Oliver Bolton of Ohio's lith District will address the convention on Saturday. Bolton, a former newspaper publisher, is serving his third term as congressman. Keynoter for the mock convention is former Cong. Walter Judd of Minnesota, a keynote speaker of the I960 National Republican Convention in Chica go. The 2-day event, with 1.300 Kent students taking part, will end Saturday night with the nomination of Republican candidates for president and vice president. Delegates to tile mock con vention will also adopt the party's campaign platform. Oil Company Files 3 SuitsLiquor Hearing Slated The case of Lucy Natoli of 103 Grant St., Dennison, who is among 63 permit holders cited for delinquent sales tax assessments to be heard by the Liquor Control Commission Feb. 25-27 in Columbus. Ohio’s current oil boom, which began in ML Gilead and the Richland ann Morrow County area, bringing scores of specu lators and wildcatters to the state, is being felt in Tuscarawas County. Federal pressure from Interior Secretary Steward Udall for Gov. James Rhodes to impliment controls on wildcatting already has been brought to bear. One phase of the boom developed yesterday when Bullion Petroleum Co. of Alliance filed suits in 3 more counties againstNo Charge Expected In Barroom Brawl No charges are expected to be filed. Dover police report, in connection with a Thursday barroom brawl in which a Strasburg man was dulled. He required ll stitches to close a head wound. Police were called at 1:30 a rn. Thursday to the fracas in Stucki’s Tavern of 206 N. Tuscarawas Ave. The tavern’s op erator, Franz Stucki of Baltic, filed the complaint that Charles Tawney. 31, of RD I. Strasburg, had been drinking heavily, argued with him and came behind the bar twice. Hie second time. Stucki stated, he struck Tawney with a "toy" baseball bat. 2 men. one a former employe, who allegedly took leases on 8,-000 acres under their names. A suit was filed in Tuscarawas County Feb. 13 by Mrs. Mary Louis Conroy, president of Hallion, against John L. Sexton of Clarion. Pa., a former consulting engineer for the oil firm. It charged lie obtained leases from 20 residents of the Stone Creek and York Township area on approximately 2,000 acres. The suit claims the leases were put in Sexton’s name. To date. Hallion has drilled 3 wells along Route 21. south of Yaggi’s Dairy. One of the 2 gas wells, termed the largest in producer in Ohio, is pumping 9.5-million cubic feet of gas per day. A geologist for Hallion states that the well is good for 15 to 20 years. Another gas well is producing slightly more than 3 million cubic feet a day. The other See OIL SUITS. Page 14 Warns Dog Owners MINERAL CITY - Village Marshal Harold Sampsel issued a warning today to dog owners. “All dogs are to be tied or on a leash." he said. "Any caught running loose will be picked up and the owners cited into court.” ing. One said the "terrific heat” generated by the “closed” blaze hampered firefighting. The department's siren was frozen by the 3-degree-above weather and deskman Guy Hummel had to telephone each volunteer fireman. Hummel received a call at 5:45 a.m. from passerby Raymond Hill of 224 W. 5th St., who saw smoke pouring out of the second story. It is believed the place had been burning for some time but could not be noticed from the sidewalk because the front of the establishment is paneled instead of having conventional pane glass. Heat of the blaze melted li quor bottles on the 50-foot bar and a portion of a plastic and metal false ceiling disappeared with more than a trace of fine ashes. Carl Barlock, 30, of 932 E. 3rd St., lesse and manager of the grill, told firemen he left there at 3:30 and drove past at 4:30 but noticed nothing amiss. The bar was the first business venture for Barlock, who will be 31 on Monday. He had previously served as deputy in the Sheriff’s Department, where his brother, John, is chief deputy. Barlock stood dejectedly watching workmen board up the front See BLAZE, Page 27 MEXICAN AMBASSADOR INVOLVEDAgents    Smash Narcotics Ring NEW YORK (AP) — Three men, one of them the Mexican ambassador to Bolivia, have been arrested in connection with the smashing of a $ I 3.5-million international narcotics ring. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy said the arrests Friday were the result of a joint three-year investigation by the Bureau of Narcotics, the Bureau of Customs, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the French Surete Nationale.    ~    “— Kennedy also said U.S. au-    ■ thorities "have worked with the    | closest cooperation of the gov-    ll    III V? eminent of Mexico, which has played a strong part in the in- ■    •    I ternational effort to suppress the illegal trade in narcotics."    ®    • * • • Henry L. Giordano, commis-    d J* * •    I    a sioner of narcotics, said a little    iCOBlSTNCting Looms As over two pounds of heroin were    Ohio Problem    Paqe 2 seized in New York and more than 130 pounds were seized in    Clulr    cAllnLt Montreal by the Royal Canadi-    C,v,c Reaction    Sought an Mounted Police.    On Project  Page 4 The Justice Department said    . ii. d .    ^ the seizure represented the sec-    »ODDie Brooks Un The ond largest shipment of ^heroin    Qq.............Paqe 15 ever .smuggled into the United    ** States and Canada. The heroin    Willard Maurer Finds came to 134 pounds, federal    , agents said.    Satisfaction'    Page 22 Kennedy said the $13.5-million    _    . value placed on the seized hero-    Personnel Benefits In in was at current underworld    Profit-Sharing Page 27 rates in this country. It would    * canada"' ^ more' he said' in    Strasburg,    Stone    Creek Arraigned before U.S. Dist.    ^ Finale  Page 30 Judge Edward Weinfeld were    D ,    r    c J Salvador Pardo-Bolland. 55, the    »Vlen    Bowlers    To    End Mexican ambassador to Boliv-    Tourney    Page 32 ia; Carlos Aritzi, 60. employed by the Uruguayan Foreign Min-    - istry in Montevideo, and who    Around The World ......... 13 claimed to be in New York for    ..    .. . xr j. ,    j „    Hospital News ........... 27 diplomatic purposes; and Rene Bruchon. 50, said by the De- Obituaries  I..............14 partment of Justice to be a    Radio - Television 17 to 21 Frenchman deported from the    Sports ...... 30 L) 34 United States in 1949 and in    Women., Pa„s' [[ ["[' s 4 9 this country illegally. Aritzi and Pardo Bolland were    ^ seized in Aritzi’s midtown Man-    . j. hattan hotel room about 3 p.m.    DAY    'v—Ny* Bruchon had been picked up    )« earlier while strolling along    RDIF*UTCKJCD Eighth Avenue at 57th Street,    DKioniCINtK    —'v The three men were ordered    A man who stands on his own held in $100,000 bail each for    feet always Is admired in an hearings Monday on charges of    <*ipvatnr See NARCOTICS, Page 13     '_ ;

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