Secretary to Nixon dies in Alliance at 87


Secretary to Nixondies in Alliance at 87
k 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.
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LOCAL
Saving a life atWedgewood Lanes
k A YOUNGSTOWN firefighter and a registered nurse performed CPR on a 55-year-old bowler at Wedgewood Lanes recently. Medical officials say they likely saved the man's life.
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Deputy sheriffsallege racism
k TWO Mahoning County Sheriff's Department corporals who failed the sergeant's test were demoted to deputy, a move their lawyer calls racial discrimination.
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ENTERTAINMENT
'42nd Street' openstonight at Powers
k THE NATIONAL TOUR of "42nd Street" opens at 7:30 p.m. today for a two-night run at Powers Auditorium in downtown Youngstown. The show has been a staple in American musical entertainment since the original film starring Ruby Keeler premiered in 1933.
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BUSINESS
Graying of farming
k IN AN ERA when many workers look for early retirement, pursue hobbies or start second careers, Pennsylvania farmers are staying on the job. The average age of farmers is now 55.
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LIFE & amp;WORK
Teaching babieshow to sleep well
k WHILE SLEEP is a natural biological function, a mother and a social worker argues that parents need to teach their babies how to sleep.
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