Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 16, 1970 · Page 33
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 33

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16 injured by bombs in Ohio Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio Bombs exploded in two department stores as customers shopped last night, injuring at least 16 persons, officials said. One man was reported in critical condition. Police also reported finding unexploded dynamite wired to timing devices in at least four oher scattered locations on Columbus' east side. One man was arrested near one of the damaged stores after police said a spectator saw him flee across a parking lot and ran him down with a motorcycle. The man was hospitalized, under police guard, with a broken leg. Two other men were being sought. Police said bombs were the cause of the early evening blasts at a J. C. Penney Co. store and a Zayre's department store about 2 miles apart. Penney's is north and Zayre's is south of Whitehall, a suburban community of 20,000 persons. The explosions occurred within 20 minutes of each other, the first shortly after 7 p.m. At least 12 of the injured were taken to four different hospitals. "There was this huge explosion and the ceiling lights began breaking," said Mrs. Joe Gall, an employe of Penney's. "Then I looked back," she added, "and saw the rear of the store filled with black smoke." Police said dynamite was found in the Topps Discount Center in Whitehall, the. Dick Masheter Ford agency in Whitehall, on a Columbus street near the intersection of Interstate 70-71 and in an unoccupied automobile near the location of the third package of dynamite. The one at Topps was set to go off at 7 p.m. but did not, police said. A state-owned liquor store adjacent to the Penney's store suffered slight damage. Police evacuated both stores. They would make no immediate comment on any possible connection between the two blasts or the finds of dynamite. Lindsay 'insult 9 results in loss of VFW meet MIAMI BEACH (AP)-The Veterans of Foreign Wars national council of administration voted unanimously here yesterday to withdraw its 1972 convention from New York City because of what its officials called insulting remarks by Mayor John Lindsay. The organization, which claims 1.6 million members, said 35,000 delegates, wives and guests attended each convention, giving a huge boost to the tourism industry in the host city. The question of the 1972 convention was referred to a site committee which will consider invitations from other cities. Raymond A. Gallagher, the VFW national commander, said the move is in retaliation for a statement attributed last spring to Lindsay in which he reportedly called draft resisters "the real heroes of the Vietnam War." Gallagher has called the remark "an insult to our veterans and our men in Vietnam. I think the mayor should suffer the consequences." 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