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Page 2-Friday, March 12, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Senator Williams resigns

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table.
Despite Williams' twice-daily
assurances that he would be vindicated
once the Senate heard all the evidence,
he appeared to stand no chance of
exoneration once he was convicted on
nine counts of bribery and conspiracy
last May, and later was sentenced to
three years in jail. He is still pressing
his court appeal.
In retirement, Williams will receive a
$45,000 pension. He would have
received the same benefits if he had
been expelled.

The resignation was expected to open
a lively contest for Williams' seat in
New Jersey, where Republican Gov.
Thomas Kean was expected to announ-
ce an interim successor. The appoin-
tment doubtless will add yet another
member to the Senate's Republican
majority, now numbering 53.
In its 193-year history, the Senate has
expelled only 15 members, all for
treason or disloyalty. The last was
Jesse Bright of Indiana, who was
ousted in 1862 for conspiring to sell guns
to the Confederacy.

LSA moves to implement
TA English examination,
(Continued from Page 1)
problem for some foreign TAs, and unanswered questions. He said it does
that the program will be beneficial, not as yet specify what the precise
some disagreed with certain evaluation criteria will be, or if there
provisions-specifically, the will be a grievance procedure for those
requirement that current TAs be tested dissatisfied with test results.
along with new TAs. TAs can take the test a second time at
"Its OK for the ones who are coming the end of their first term. They would
here," said Math 116 TA Tom Estep, be denied a TA appointment if they
"but to come down on the teachin failed the second examination.
assistants who are already here is kind Residential College sophomore
,,n wDeborah Kanter said that the plan "can
of unfair." only affect people positively," and ad-
FRANK MA, WHO teaches Math 112 ded that while she found having a
this term, said that the difficulty some foreign-born language TA an advan-
foreign TAs have in speaking English is
a "valid problem" that needs attention, tage, English competency was impor-
but that the proposal leaves several tant as "sometimes, you want to speak
in English."

INBRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press international reports
U.S. administration aided
'democratic forces' in Nicaragua
WASHINGTON- The Reagan administration provided $10.4 million in
economic support to "democratic forces" in Nicaragua last year, the State
Department confirmed yesterday.
The aid was provided openly and not as part of a covert operation,
although it was done without public fanfare. It went to such private sector
groups as business associations, labor unions, producers' cooperatives,
voluntary organizations and community self-help groups.
The State Department confirmed the operations and said another $7.4
million is earmarked for the private sector is year.
Word of the private-sector aid came against a flurry of news reports that
the administration had initiated a covert CIA operation to destabilize the
Nicaraguan government, using a $19 million fund. The New York Times
reported yesterday that covert financial aid was being provided to in-
dividuals and private organizations in Nicaragua for the purpose of
bolstering moderate elements there.
Marathon, U.S. Steel merge I
FINDLAY, Ohio- Marathon Oil Co. shareholders yesterday voted to
merge with U.S. Steel Corp. in the second largest merger in American cor-
porate history.
The acquisition ended a hard-fought but unsuccessful fight by Mobil Oil,
Corp. to take over Marathon.
At 4:30 p.m. EST, voting inspectors announced that more than two-thirds
of the shares had voted in favor of the $6 billion merger with the nation's No.
1 steel producer. A two-thirds.vote was needed to seal the merger, second
only to DuPont's acquisition last year of Conoco for $7.8 billion.
Surinam rebels attempt coup
PARAMARIBO, Surinam- Rebel troops firing submachine guns took
over Paramaribo's main barracks and business district yesterday but
Surinam's left-leaning military leader said he was trying to put down the
coup.
Witnesses said the rebels seized control of Paramaribo's streets and im-
portant downtown buildings, including the telegraph exchange, after firing
into the air. Shooting at the barracks was reported intense in the pre-dawn
hours, but casualties were not known.
The small, bauxite-rich -nation on South America's northeast coast is a
former Dutch colony.
Witnesses said the shooting at the barracks broke out about 4 a.m. At
about 12:30 p.m. a radio announcement by the rebel "National Liberation
Countil" proclaimed a dusk-to-dawn curfew, said schools were closed until
further notice, and banned gatherings of more than three people.
The communique was issued by a Lt. Rambocus, apparently the rebel
chief. But the station quickly went off the air, and reporters said Lt. Col. Desi
Bouterse, Surinam's leader, and his deputy military commander, Maj. Roy
Horb, surfaced at a military housing complex some four miles from the
barracks.
American business leaders
reduce expansion plans
WASHINGTON- For the first time since the 1975 recession, American
business leaders plan to trim spending for expansion and new equipment this
year, after discounting for increases due only to inflation, the government
reported yesterday.
The Commerce Department's chief economist, Robert Ortner, said later
surveys could well show executives scaling back expansion plans even fur-
ther in the next month or two--a hard blow to Reagan administration hopes
for robust business investment.
But Ortner also said the same executives will probably be talking about
more ambitious plans when they see for sure that the current recession "is
not endless."

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Friday, March 12, 1982
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