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Two US Information Agency officials are leaving amid a flap over agency hiring of Reagan administration relatives. A spokesman said the son of Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger, Caspar Weinberger Jr., resigned after it was learned he had been approved for a $5,000 merit pay raise. The agency's No. 2 man, Gilbert Robinson, who is also leaving, approved the raise, administration sources said.

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