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Five KCIA agents
executed for killing
S. Korean president

From APandUPI
SEOUL, South Korea-Kim Jae-kyu,
former head of the Korean Central In-
telligence Agency, and four KCIA agen-
ts were executed early this morning for
assassinting President Park Chung-
hee, government sources reported.
They said the five defendants, convic-
ted of slaying Park and five of his
bodyguards during a dinner at a KCIA
building Oct. 26, were hanged before
dawn at a Seoul prison.
THE SUPREME COURT had con-
firmed their death sentences four days
earlier.
Kim told a court he killed the
president-who had headed an
authoritarian regime for 18 years-to
restore democracy to the nation, and
had no personal political ambitions.
A sixth defendant, active army Col.
Park Heung-joo, was recently executed
by firing squad. He was convicted by an
army court martial, where there is no
appeal for a military officer on active
duty.
KIM JAE-KYU had resigned from-
the army when Park named him head
of the intelligence agency.
Another defendant, presidential
secretary Kim Kae-won, had been
given a death sentence, but it was
commuted to life imprisonment.
Kim Jae-kyu had invited Park to din-
ner at the KCIA building and then he
and his adies shot the president and his
bodyguards, according to testimony at
the trial.
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MARTIAL LAW was imposed
following Park's assassination and Choi
Kyu-hah was named interim president -
pending elections. Under South Korean -.
law, Choi had to approve the death sen- a " .va...:, t
tences for Kim Jae-kyu and the others.
The armed forces took virtually com- 'd
plete control of the government Sunday
after violent -demonstrations erupted O
last week in Seoul and five provincial -
cities, with students and various op-
position groupe demanding an end to
martial law.
Citizen leaders and martial law
authorities discussed yesterday a per-
manent truce for the city of Kwangju, a
provincial center ravaged by anti-
government rioting. But fears of a new
military effort to regain control rose. -
when army helicopters dropped leaflets
warning against further mob violence.
An uneasy truce prevailed inside the
city, and residents ventured out of their
homes early in the morning to sweep
the streets of the rubble left by the
fighting. Solme 50,000 students staged T
peaceful demonstrations, shouting
"Lift the Martial Law" and denouncing
military leaders of the government.
Committees of citizens, in control of
this city of 800,000 since police and
paratroopers were forced to pull out Hey there, Cutey
during bloody battles Wednesday, are Four-year-old Jennifer Edwards of Valdosta, Georgia, appears to look
demanding amnesty for rioters, a the looking glass as she practices for a performance of "The Mouse F
public acknowledgement of gover- sponsored by Valdosta Kiwams Club.
nment blame-for the violence and com-
pensation for families of the victims.
State Rep. calls for
ASS FIEDS. .
drinking age of 19
(Continuedfrom Page3) assessment, bar owners say
ONE BEDROOM-Air-conditioned; double-bed; CFDA would like to see the age lowered felt the pinch since the cha
parking; thru August; 711Arch. Negotiable. 769-3050. to 19. drinking age. The bars are
SUBLET JUNE-AUGUST-Huge bedroom in beau- "IT IS MANIFESTLY unfair to draft reported several Ann Ar
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then say, 'But don't try to buy beer in last September, needs a tots
MUSICAL MDSE., Michigan,'" Fitzpatrick said. petition signatures by July
RADIOS, Fitzpatrick said that liquor sales the drinking age issue on
TRADE IN SPECIAL! FINE QUALITY USED have not decreased since implemen- CFDA officials say they hav
ALBUMS FOR MY EXOTIC STUFF. ACE tation of Proposition D in January, 1979. 125,000 signatures so far.
RECORDS. fcXtc "The law has not been enforceable," Petitions have been circ
the House Democratic whip said. Ann Arbor at shopping mall
BARGAIN CORNER "Eighteen-year-olds still enter the bars campus area. The signatui
YARD SALE-At 9180 Sa me- Ilan Rd., Saline, and drink. Even though the fine is high supported by the Michiga
Sat. and Sun., May 24th and 25th, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. for the bar owner, liquor is still being Assembly.
Men's clothes, like new; and misc. Cheap. 4 distributed to minors. The 2.age is not
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AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS did
decrease in 1979, Fitzpatrick said, "but
R E DUCE D COVE R
the number of drinking drivers age 18- &
20 involved in fatal accidents has in-
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