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TRENTON, N.S. (AP)-A Cuban
defector sent to her homeland by the
CIA to spy on her husband is suing the
United States for $1 million, claiming
that inadequate training led to her,
being captured and jailed for nine
Carmen Mackowski charged in a
federal suit filed in Trenton that proper
training by thehCentral Intelligence
Agency would have enabled her to
avoid "detection, arrest, imprisonment
and subsequent illness."
THE FORMER MARIA del Carmen y
Ruiz was instructed in espionage for a
month before she returned to Cuba in
the 1960s to spy on her husband, Alredo
Ruiz, then director of Cuba's "Depar-
tment Against Spies," said her attor-
ney, Robert Greenberg.
Mackowski, 44, spent nine years in a
Cuban jail. She was sentenced to 20
years in prison, Greenberg said, after
her arrest one night in mid-1968 by two
Cuban agents while she tried to relay a
message to the United States from a
park in Havana.
The U.S. Attorney's office in Newark
will seek to have the suit dismissed Oct.
6 by U.S. District Judge Dickinson
Debovoise, a federal spokesperson
said, adding a formal response to the
suit would be filed two weeks before
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Tisch appeals to higher court
to get proposal on ballot
LANSING-Tax cut crusader Robert Tisch took his battle for ballot
recognition to the state's highest courts yesterday and was joined by Attor-
ney General Frank Kelley.
Attorneys for the Shiawassee County drain commissioner filed in the
Michigan Court of Appeals early yesterday seeking to overturn an Ingham}
County circuit court ruling barring the controversial 50 per cent property tax
cut proposal from the ballot.
They also asked the Michigan Supreme Court to bypass the appeals
panel and give the matter its immediate consideration.
China 'leaps westward'
WASHINGTON-One administration official yesterday described the
changes in China's policies and leadership as "a great leap westward"-a
shift that is both important and risky.
Doak Barnett, a China expert with the Brookings Institution, described
the change as "consolidating the important changes begun in 1978, when the
Chinese made the decision to move to market socialism."
According to several experts interviewed by United Press International
following the resignations of Premier Hua Guofeng and seven vice premiers,
the changes represent a consolidation of the Chinese decision to reject the
Soviet style of communism and move toward a pragmatic kind of socialism.
Plane hijacked to Cuba
TAMPA, Fla.-A Spanish-speaking man threatening to explode a
Molotov cocktail yesterday forced a New York-to-Florida Eastern Airlines
jetlienr to fly him to Cuba.
The plane, a Boeing 727 carrying 82 passengers and six crew members,
landed safely at Havana's Jose Marti Airport yesterday morning. It was
scheduled to complete its scheduled flight to Tampa later in the day.
It was the 11th hijacking of a U.S. passenger plane to Cuba this year and
the third suffered by Eastern Airlines in less than a month. No one has been
injured in any of the hijackings.
Smaller cars to cost more
DETROIT-The word from U.S. automakers now is unanimous-the
smaller they are, the more they cost.
Ford Motor Co. completed the industry's small car pricing revolution
yesterday by setting a base sticker price of $5,158 for its fuel-efficient new
1981 Escort subcompact.
General Motors Corp. recently raised base stickers on some 1981 models
of its popular subcompact Chevette by $481 to $5,233 for a two-door hatch-
back. By contrast, the increase on a new full-sized Pontiac Bonneville was
Chrysler Corp. said last month introductory prices for its new front-
wheel drive compact "K-cars" will begin at $6,056, about $400 above loi-
priced models of the Volare and Aspen compacts they replace.
Three gunmen release
hostages, end 18-hour seige
PORTLAND, Ore. -Two armed men holed up in a suburban restaurant,
freed their last two hostages and gave themselves up yesterday, ending a
nearly 18-hour standoff with police. The number of hostages, once 12, had,
dwindled to two after police shut off electricity to the building.
Two women, were released about 5:20 p.m. about 10 minutes before the
two men gave themselves up to sheriff's deputies and FBI agents. A third
gunman surrendered and was arrested about 2:30 p.m.
The incident began shortly before midnight Sunday, as the Ringside
East was setting ready to close for the night, said Marilyn Stafford, 41, of
Gresham, a customer. She said the men burst in waving guns. "They said,
'Hit the floor or we are going to shoot you,"' she said. "I was shaking real
Libyan, Syrian leaders
hold unity talks
TRIPOLI, Libya-President Hafez Assad of Syria and Col. Moammar
Khadafy of Libya, speaking yesterday to huge crowds of Libyans chanting
"unity, unity," called for merger of Syria and Libya to revew the fight
Assad arrived to the cheers of thousands of Libyans who lined the streets
of Tripoli to hail the two leaders with shouts of "Libya, Syria, one country."
In speeches broadcast by the state radio, both leaders accused President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt of betraying the Arab cause in making peace with'
Khadafy said Libyan-Syrian unity was "directed against Zionism and
imperialism" and that merger of the two countries "is the biggest challenge
faced by the enemies of the Arabs."
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Tuesday, September 9, 1980
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