Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 16
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 16

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8 The Arizona Republic DUIVAGIN ,4 Phoenix, Sat., Ang. 15,1970 by Ralph Dtinagin rnHutnTt-H«ll SyndtuM "Wait! Do you want to upset the balance of nature?" FBI, 'wave of repression' condemned by SCLC United Press International ATLANTA The Southern Christian Leadership Confere n c e yesterday condemned the FBI and a "wave of repression" in America. In another of 10 resolutions adopted at the closing business session of its 13th annual convention, the SCLC called for complete withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Southeast Asia by the end of the year. The Rev. ..v«.«,,-.,, who Thursday night called for Crippled woman tough on wheels, thieves discover Associated Press CHARLESTON, W ".V a .-A ; 1 e g 1 e s^ : Chaflestpn. woman tore into two thievjes with her wheelchair Thursday after T noon after she surprised them going through her piir'se which, she;., said, contained "every cent I, had in-,th4 ' world." .;,,,.";; : ' ;•;'-.; Mrs. Mary Quinlan, a 47- year-old widow, said she sur-; prised the two men in her living room, rifling her purse. She said she asked one of them what^they were up to. "He didn't answer, so "1 rolled into him." Crashing into one man with her wheelchair, she said she fought him for the purse, until he hit her with a heavy piece of chain and made off. with the purse and the $19 it held. She said, after she recovered from {he stun, of the chain, she began yelling, and the other jmanrsajd, "Let's: get out bfhere," "Maybe I shouldn't have attacked him," Mrs. ..Quinlan said, "but it wail .right in my own house -.••.-. that purse had every cent I had in the world and I got mad." "Mrs. Quinlan may have lost her legs in that car accident 20 years ago," one veteran Charleston police officer, said, "but. definitely not her courage." r i ., . ' :. the "trial" of the United States in Washington next spring for alleged crimes against blacks, was re-elected president of the civil rights organization. - • The SCLC' attacked the FBI and director J. Edgar Hoover for "their attacks on Dr. (Martin Luther) King (Jr.) and their families to meet their legitimate responsibility such as protecting civil rtgfite; s : t o p p i n g narcotics traffic and other organized crime;'* .1 ; The. law enforcement agency drew the blast from the SCLC after an article in Time magazine related that Hoover .had -told King at a Washing: ton 'meeting in 1964 he had Wiretap's detailing alleged marital infidelity. The article" said the tapes had been ^ used to get King to tone dqwh his civil rights cam- ; The r resolution noted that three" ''.others who met with King and Hoover had said the published, .reports were "absolutely, not true." t-he'-SGLC also criticized a "wave; of repression" in the nation against blacks, poor people; youth and others who dissent in protest. It urged the federal government to guarantee an annual income of $5,500 a year. Another resolution urged the repeal of the draft and asked draft-exempt status for all 1 members of the SCLC on grounds the organization is,. antiwar and nonviolent. ~ •The f "SCLC also called on the Unifed'' States to ratify the United --Nations charter against genocide and. Braised the BlackvPanthers for their free fdibd, program. Plane passes Mach 1 FAIRFORD, England (AP) Concorde 002, the British test version of the supersonic Anglo-French airliner, roared over the .North Sea today at 950 miles an hour, well over the speed of sound, in the second flight. offca • new development phase. 'L & W ?. BUDGET PRICED UNFINISHED FURNITURE 15 95 3 DRAWER CHEST 4 DRAWER Ideal for that (pare bedroom, cabin, etc. Superbly constructed of unfinished clear pine. 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Most were charged with disorderly conduct or resisting arrest. Police officials speculated the ambush in an alley behind a recently closed hotel may have been part of a street gang plan to draw additional police to the spot where they would targets for snipers. Lt. John Hart of the police gang intelligence unit said four of those in custody were arrested shortly before the attack on the police officers as they shattered "street lights in the area. Hart said the four, who were not identified immediately, said that a leader of the Black P. Stone Nation, a coalition of Negro street gangs, had ordered them to break the street lights "so gang members could shoot some policemen." Hart said most of those in custody are believed to be members of the Black P. Stone Nation. The critically wounded officer was James Alfano Jr., 30, married and the father of two children. Doctors said he already had received more than 70 pints of blood, necessitated by massive internal bleeding. 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