Sunday, January 23, 2005

WEEKEND NEWS WRAP-UP

By Stockton

Nixon Secretary Rose Mary Woods, 87, Dies

By MARK WILLIAMS, Associated Press Writer

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Rose Mary Woods, the devoted secretary to President Nixon who said she inadvertently erased part of a crucial Watergate tape, has died. She was 87.

Woods died Saturday night at a nursing home in Alliance, Roger Ruzek, owner of a funeral home in Sebring, said Sunday. He did not know the cause of death.


Woods began dying at 11:00 A:M on Saturday, January 22, 2004. Then, mysteriously stopped dying for eighteen and 1/2 minutes before finally expiring.


Nevada Judge Throws Out Anti-Lap-Dance Law

LAS VEGAS - A Las Vegas law prohibiting strippers from fondling customers during lap dances is unconstitutionally vague, a judge ruled. District Court Judge Sally Loehrer affirmed a lower court ruling that as many as five misdemeanor criminal cases filed against Las Vegas strippers should be dismissed.

Friday's ruling affects only dancers within city limits. The Clark County Commission in 2002 limited touching between strippers and patrons during private lap dances, specifically barring strippers from touching or sitting on the customer's genital area.


Maybe we will get our America back.



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