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sharply to S. Korea's
martial law regime
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Park Chung-hee was assassinated last
Korea's martial law re'gime, acting to October.
offset a parliamentary threat to its Officials of the major pro-
rule, shut down the National Assembly government party had said they would
and the headquarters of both major support the resolution - making*
political parties yesterday. passage likely.
Paratroopers broke up a violent anti- THE MILITARY, which took nearly
military demonstration in Kwangju, total control of the country Sunday af-
south of the capital, and searched ter days of massive anti-military
house-to-house, arresting many studen- demonstrations, extended martial law
ts. to the entire country, banned all
THE U.S. STATE Department reac- political activity and arrested top
ted sharply. Spokesman Hodding Car- political leaders, both pro-government
ter said in Washington that the new and dissident.
restrictive measures "will exacerbate The military told acting Assembly
problems," and that the United States speaker Min Kwan-shik yesterday that
had made its concern clear to leaders in lawmakers would not be allowed to
South Korea. He also warned North open the session. The army also or-
Korea that the United States intended dered the closing of the pro-government
to stand by its treaty obligations to Democratic Republican Party and the
South Korea. opposition New Democratic Party.
The National Assembly, which was to A government spokesman said that
have begun its new session today, has President Choi Kyu-hah was in full
the power to lift martial law by simple charge of the country, with the martial
majority vote. The opposition political law command reporting directly, to
party had intended to introduce im- him. But political sources have charac-
mediately a resolution lifting the terized the interim president, who took
military rule that has been in effect in over when Park was killed, as neither
most of the country since President See SOUTH, Page 6
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Ex-Beatle Ringo Starr's sports car skidded on a street in south London
yesterday, knocked down two lamp posts, spun out of control and
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Big Mac Attack attack
You don't insult Swedish tradition and get away with it-even if you
are Big Mac. McDonald's was informed Friday it is being sued by the
Swedish cooperative that caters school lunches over a national newspaper
advertisement. The ad, which ran on a day when school children were being
served "lapskojs," a traditional dish of mashed potatoes mixed with
chopped meat, showed a young boy smiling as he bit into a Big Mac. The text
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on the menu. Kooperative Forbundet, the organization that prepares the
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today, with a chance of widely scattered showers and a high temperature
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Tuesday, May 20, 1980
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