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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 1, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Rambling Rose meets her doom by the Wilson daily times for the associated press Wilson. N c. Apr her name was humbling Rose and she had become notorious for pilfering garbage cans and sneaking food from campsites throughout the Virginia mountains she rambled from the Shenandoah mountains to the West Virginia line before she was moved to the great dismal swamp in Southeastern Virginia hut. Her wandering led to her doom in Wilson county rambling Rose As she was affectionately called by the Virginia game and fisheries commission died in a Blaze of gunfire behind a Wilson cemetery at the Early age of two Rose a slender female Black Bear hit the Trail after she was taken to the great dismal swamp in late july she had been taken to what commission officials called one of the most Remote areas in Southern Virginia an area that adjoins the Eastern North Carolina line South of Norfolk Rose even though a problem Bear. Gained associated press coverage two weeks ago after commission officials released publicity about her wanderings Jack Hay Bour be. Virginia game research biologist said Rose had to be taken the first time some 50 Miles from where she was first located in the Shenandoah Valley because of her campsite mischief however Rose was not Content with her new Home and commission officials said she almost made it Home before wildlife personnel returned that led to her being moved a second time some 150 Miles away near the West Virginia line Rose again took to the Trail returning to her favorite resting place in the Valley Raybourne said As a last resort commission personnel took Rose to a Remote Section of the great dismal swamp hoping that she would be Content with her new surrounding apparently she was t Rose took Olf again on a southward trek that took her into North Carolina she was spotted in a Northern Section of Wilson county late wednesday afternoon according to a report Given at police Headquarters thursday morning Rose was limping Raybourne theorized she had been hit a a motor vehicle in her travels in Virginia and police confirmed that she was hit by a car in Eastern w Ilson county thursday morning before she was finally cornered behind the cemetery. Rose s end came about 9 40 a in when she was felled by police bullets after she began moving in a wooded Section where she had lain about an hour Kenneth Deans City dog Warden located Rose in a thick wooded area and watched her Foi about an hour while efforts were made to find a tranquil Izer gun those efforts were futile and a Quick movement by Hose brought police gunfire though she lived a Short Lite. Rose lived in reckless abandon she loved to pilfer and that got her into hot water now her rambling Days Are Over court gets overtime dispute new Bernap an overtime dispute Between Dock workers and the North Carolina state ports authority headed for u s District court today after both sides remained stalemated thursday in Morehead City the dispute grew out of dismissal of 19 workers earlier in the week for refusing to work overtime port officials said fifty five other workers then walked off the Job wednesday in protest All 74 reported to the hiring Hall thursday ready to work. According to Charles Mcdonald president of local 1850 of the Dock workers and warehousemen i Nion Mcdonald said it was up to the state however to guarantee them pay for eight hours of overtime any time they Are called to work overtime i s District court judge John d or scheduled i hearing this morning in new Bern on a ports authority petition spokesman Gene Merritt said the authority had petitioned the court for an injunction to Force the workers to Honor the contract Quot a your contract clearly states they Are supposed to work overtime if Given two hours notice before quitting said Merritt. A we feel they have broken the Mcdonald said he welcomed the court action defense ends Case High Point Enterprise Friday october i. 1976 tar heels 5 a rape trial appears headed for the jury Concord a the rape trial of a Young Concord Black Man accused of robbing and sexually assaulting the White widow of a prominent textile executive. Appeared headed for the jury today As the defense wound up its Case in Cabarrus coun to Superior court the state rested its Case thursday in the trial of Ron a me Wallace Long 20, and before the court recessed for the Day. The defense had presented to witnesses most of whom testified As to Ding s whereabouts on the night of april 25 at the time of the alleged attack the defendant s Mother. Mrs James Long said her son was at Home from about 8 to p m. Until about to 30 p m the robbery assault allegedly took place Between 9 30 and 9 40 p m Ling s girl Friend Janice Spears Mother of his 3-year old son. Testified that she talked with the defendant for about 45 minutes Between 9 and to p m that night. In prosecution testimony thursday a gynaecologist said his examination of the alleged rape victim indicated the woman had been brutally and sexually assaulted or i Inee t Monroe said he examined mrs Judson n Host 54, on the night she claims a Young Black Man taped and robbed her at her Home. Monroe detailing a number of cuts bruises and abrasions he said he discovered on the woman s body said his examination indicated she had been sexually assaulted shortly before he saw her at a Hospital another prosecution witness detective David Taylor told the All White jury that he arrived at the woman s Home about 30 minutes after the incident he said Hunting dogs picked up the Trail of the assailant briefly but then lost it later he said. The alleged victim was asked to come to a Cabarrus county courtroom to attempt to identify the Man who assaulted her she picked out Ding. Who was there for trial on another charge he said Atter the courtroom experience Taylor said. He and other officers searched Long s car with his permission Taylor said they found a Toboggan Cap. Gloves and a Black leather jacket split on veto Washington a North Carolinas representatives in Washington were divided thursday when both the House and Senate voted to override a presidential veto. In the Senate Republican Jesse Helms voted no and Democrat Robert Morgan voted yes when the Senate voted 67-15 to override president Ford s veto of the labor hew appropriations Bill. Here s How the state s congressmen divided when the House voted to override the same veto democrats Andrews yes Fountain yes Hefner yes Henderson yes. Jones yes Neal yes Preyer yes Hose yes. Taylor yes republicans Broyhill no. Martin no. Correct your own faults by observing those found in others. 3 s a a i i i i i 8 Western store. Welcome All horseback riders 4 to a Wagon train sponsored by the c bar amp d Western store schedule of events Friday night saturday free entertainment amp camping Wagon Tram leave Quot at 9 30 a in featuring Buster Brown free entertainment amp the Thomasville Plo Doys saturday night sunday a Church services at 8 00 a m Wagon trom leaves at _9 30 a in k a games a contests a prizes a Square dancing bring the whole family no alcoholic beverages Lisa Ltd on West Lexington ext follow the signs Van Vav Arthur Godfrey won t eat grits Nashville Tenn it apr Arthur Godfrey says hell be darned if i eat any grits during his stay in Dixie Godfrey. 73 and Ipp Roehing his 47th year in broadcasting is in Nashville to Host a show which will to telecast later this season on the syndicated program a music Hall America a most of these Motel restaurants serve you rits at a meal before they do the water in a not knocking Southern cooking hut i Don t like grits Quot Godfrey said i la Ani buy nov a. Make isl payment january i a i or i 1977 a credited i a a mall turn to afternoon viewing Partridge x family 4 00 Loy be Trade in Days your old to is Worth dollars from 5 to 8 years up to $200 from 8 to to years unto s125 Trade in value Over to years up to Moo Trade in value if 4 30 free Tel Cable Hook up with every color to sold with Trade de Kelly a 4 big locations to serve you #1. Is n. Main St. High Point phone is s07f open Mon. 4 Fri. Til f a other Days til a 2. 221 co Mirci pm. Grhnsi0n0 3. 1122 so. Main Winston Al in 4. Thruway Winston Salim

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