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Wednesday, September 29, 1976 THE MKJHI(~AN UAILY Page Ihree

Wednesday, September 29, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EIrish wivesinitiate
[ion-violence crusade FATRNG FC
BELFAST, Northern Ireland olc-led Irish Republic. The
(AP)-Two leaders of Northern Protestant militants are fight-
Ireland's women's peace move- m to maintain their control
ment said yesterday they will over the province.M * J
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States next week to plead anew
with Americans to stop sending:
money that, the women say,
fuels terrorism.
Betty Williams and Mairead
Corrigan, cofounders of the non-
partisan and nonsectarian six-
week-old movement, said they
will fly Monday to Buffalo, N.Y.,
at the invitation of the Public
Broadcasting System (PBS).
Williams said that they will
appeal in a nationwidettelecast
to Irish Americans to cut off
the flow of funds that they
claim supports the Roman Cath-
olic and Protestant gunman
waging terror warfare in North-
ern Ireland. She and Corrigan
are Catholic, but their move-
ment includes bothProtestants
and Catholics.
"THE PEOPLE who give the
money have no idea about where
it goes," Williams said. "They
are third - generation American
Irish. They have just no idea
about what is going on over
here."
She said U.S. money has been
helping sustain the main guer-
rilla armies - the Provisional
wing of the Irish Republican
Army, the predominantly Cath-
olic guerrilla army; and the
two .Protestant paramilitary
Lhands, the Ulster Defense As-
sociation and the Ulster Volun-
teer Force.

"MANY PEOPLE have gone
across to the United States to
try to stop the flow of cash
to the terrorists and have fail-
ed but we hope we'll be more
successful," Williams said.
"That money could be chan-
neled into factories to provide
work for our menfolk."
Corrigan, 23, said there had
been considerable support for
the Northern Ireland women's
peace movement in the United
States.
"We are going over there to
tell the people, particularly the
Irish, to be very careful about.
the money that they give to or-
ganizations for 'aid' in Ulster,"
she said.
The two women said they also
plan to talk to New York church
leaders about the situation inI
Northern Ireland and the de
sire of the people here fot
peace. They return home Oct
7.
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Volume LXXXVII, No. 18
Wednesday, September 29, 1976
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The
government said yesterday that
the index it uses to predict the
future of the economy has drop-
ped for the first time since the
start of the current recovery.
But a government economist
said the drop in the index of
leading indicators does not nec-
essarily mean that there will
be a decline in the economy.
John W. Kendrick, chief econ-
omist for the Commerce Depart-
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consider a three-month trend
essential before a drop in the
index could be interpreted as
projecting a general economic

pansions have lasted at least
three years, so I don't think
this one month decrease should
be intei reted too negatively,"
Kendrick said. "It would be very
unusual, for the enonomy to fall
out of bed at this stage in the
expansion."
The primary cause of the de-
cline, was the section of the in-
dex that reflects on what Presi-
dent Ford calls the crucial is-
sue of job security.
The Commerce Department
said the index fell 1.5 per cent
in August, with about a third
of the drop attributable to an
increase in the layoff rate in
m ifnrt in This rate rose

The drop in the index is based

on preliminary estimates and
could be substantially changed Britain and Ireland have fre-
as more detailed figures are quently alleged that Irish-Am-
obtained. But it compares to a ericans send money to North-
five-tenths of 1 per cent gain ern Ireland thinking it will be
in July. The August figure is
the first drop since February used for rehabilitation. In fact,
1975, and constitutes the larg- officials say, the major recip-
est drop since the 3.4 per cent: ient is the IRA. No figures
slide in January 1975. were immediately available.
Officials indicate that there The Provos are waging a
are hopeful signs that the in- Tob-nrbls tr a
dex will turn around and in- bombs-and-bullets terror cam-
crease again in September, the paign to unite the Protestant-
last report before the presiden- dominated British province of
tial election. I Northern Ireland with the Cath-

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