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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, November 20, 1979-Page 5
Governors criticize Carter for
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"We have today in southwest Virginia
several thousand coal miners out of
work," Dalton said. "The same thing is
true in practically all of your coal
mining states."
DuPont said Carter's efforts to cut oil
imports in half by 1985 could prove a
national disaster unless other sources
were developed.
"If it should come to pass that we are
not prepared, it could be the most
devastating economic blow that the
United States has felt in half a
generation," du Pont said.
"If we cut down on oil imports and
don't have our domestic resources built
up, there's going to be allocation of
petroleum feed stocks to industry,
there's going to be unemployment,
there's going to be all kinds of tangles
that are going to bring the American
economy to a halt."

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AMERICAN HOSTAGES GREET each other joyfully at the press conference during their captivity. Meanwhile, outside the embassy, demonstrators burned
in Tehran held to announce their release. They were separated from each other an American flag as the hostages were being released.

More hostages set free

(continued from Page 1)
James Hughes, Langley AFB, Va.; and
Joseph Vincent, New Orleans.
THE FIRST hostages released, a
woman embassy secretary and two
black Marine sergeants, left Tehran
this morning for Copenhagen on board
a chartered Scandinavian Air Systems
(SAS) plane. They were then flown to
Frankfurt and taken to the nearby U.S.

Air Force hospital at Weisbaden for
medical tests.
Before leaving the three - Kathy
Gross, 22, of Cambridge Springs, Pen-
nsylvania, Sergeant William Quarles,
23, of Washington, D.C., and Sergeant
Ladell Maples, 23, of Earle, Arkansas
- told foreign reporters they were glad
to be free.

But they said they had developed
sympathy for the cause of the students,
who took over the embassy on Novem-
ber 4 in an attempt to force the United
States to return the shah.
The State Department could not con-
firm release of the second group.

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(Continued from Page 1)
for the release of our hostages. They
must be released. What may or may not
happen after that is a matter that I will
be prepared to deal with after that
fact."
Officials refused to discuss Iran's
allegations of U.S. spying. But some of-
ficials said all security documents were

destroyed before the Iranian students
broke into the embassy basement and
took control of the compound.
Apart from the cautionary statement,
there was no indication any U.S. action
is planned if Iran follows through with a
threat to put on trial and punish "a cer-
tain number of spies" among the cap-
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