Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 11, 1978 · Page 8
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 8

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, January 11, 1978
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Wednesday, January 11, 1978 Ukiah Daily Journal, Uklah, Calif. IN UNIFORM Burglar gets 75 yeors to lifein prison OAKLAND (UP!) Johnnie , Randolph, 20, convicted of terrorizing elderly householders during several break-ins, received wha,t is believed to be the longest sentence ever meted out in California for burglary. , Alameda County Superior Court Judge Stanley P. Golde Monday sentenced Randolph to 75 year's to life under the old indeterminate sentence law, and to 112 months in prison under the new fixed term law. A companion, William Willis, 18. found guilty of 28 counts of; burglary, got 75 years to life under the old la\V. The conse.cutive penalties, would require a minimum of 15 years to be served. Randolph will be required to serve 10 years under the new law. and on top of that minimum of, 15 years under the old system, since the penalties are consecutive, making his prison term 25 years. The two were found guilty of a reign^of-teri-or series of burglaries victimizing 12 elderly householders. The crimes occurred between May , and July last summer. Sorhe were covered by the,old sentencing law and some by the chang^ law. The judge said the crimes were "aggravated and involved great violence and a high degree of cruelty inflicted on the elderly people who were, in fact, held prisoners in their own homes." , The judge said the crimes. were "planned, premeditated and aggravated, without any mitigation." Steven Willis, 17, also accused of participating in the burglaries, appeared in juvenile court and was ordered to stand trial as an adult. DENNIS FULKS Dennis J. Fulks, who is now a private first class with the United States Army in Fort Devens, Mass., just completed maneuvers with the combat engineers at Fort Drum, N.Y., his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fulks of Ukiah, revealed today. Fulks, who entered the Army in August, took his basic training at Fort Leonardwood, Mo., where he was graded expert in grenade throwing; and superior, with 500 points, in his physical fitness tests. In his conibat engineering course at Fort Devens he irs learning demolition, bridge building, road building and courses associated with these phases of engineering. Although the private has not been able to visit with his family in Ukiah, he has visited with relatives in Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. He received his PFC stripe Jan. 1. Dennis writes his parents and sisters, Shirley and Barbara in Ukiah, and a brother, Phillip, who is serving with the Marine Corps in Okinawa. Bat-bara Fulks is in the, sixth grade this year at Frank Zeek and Shirley is a high school senior. Dennis graduated from Ukiah High School with the Qass of 1976, worked at Dennys and Thrifty and attended Mendocino Community College one year before he enlisted in the Army. His is a past master councilor of Ukiah DeMolay. • DANIEL LARSON BILOXI, Miss. —Airman Daniel L. Larson, ^on of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold L- Larson of Ukiah, has received a new assignment following graduation from the electronic computer systems repairman course conducted by the Air Training Command at Keesler AFB, Miss. Airman Larson, now trained in the inspection, operation and maintenance of electronic computers and associated aerospace ground equipment, will go to March AFB, Calif., for duty with a unit of the Air Force Communications Service. Completion of the course earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree; through ' the Community College of the Air Force. The airnian is a 1974 graduate of Ukiah High School. His wife, Virginia, is the daughter of Clarence M. Van Pelt of Willits. ROBERTCARLTON Marine Private First Class Robert D. Carlton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Carlton of Ukiah, has been promoted to his present rank while serving with the 1st Marine Division, at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. He joined the Marine Corps in March 1975. ROBBY PROPS Marine Lance Corporal Robby R. Props, son of Mr. and Mrs. Royce B. Props of Willits, has been promoted to his present rank while serving with the 1st Marine Division, at ,the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. • He joined the Marine Corps in January 1975. The rock's a forecaster LA JOLLA (UPI) - Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Small have a weather stone hanging in their backyard which they say is the perfect weather indicator. The stone, 12 inches in diameter, hangs from a chain and has become a perfect conversation topic. A dry stone means that it is not raining. A wet stone means that it's raining. A shadow under the stone means the sun is shining. If the stone is swinging ,it means that there is a strong wind blowing. - If the stone jumps up and down it means' there is an earthquake. JANUARY CLEARANCE SAU 35,000 QUILTING SQUARES 5' 10' 25 100 Different Instant Dress and Skirt Value 79' Rog. Salo Solid Color Chiflon 1.98 yd. , l*y'd. ChiHon Prints 5.98 yd. 3'?d. Dottod Swiss 1.98 yd. l*?d. Panno Volour 7.50 yd. 3'?d. Printod Robo Volofir 4.99 yd. I'^d. Panno Volvot 13.99 yd. Jorsoy Prints 2.98 ya. Hd. 60" Round Tablocloth Loco 10.00 ea. O ea. Morry Mary Prints 5.98 yd. l»?d. instant Evoning Dross 75< m. 40rn instant Wool Skirt 91a Instant Chaills Siclrt 6.98 ea. <9 ea. Instant Acrylic Plaid Sicirt Special 91a Torry Volour 6.98 yd. 5'?d.' Placomat Quilts 5.99 yd. 41d. Cliallis Print 2.98 yd. 1 yd. Poiyostor Intorlocic 3.98 yd. A yd. Fashion Suodo 6.98 yd. Jk yd. Doublo Faco Suodo 12.00 yd. < « yd. Toxturod Suodo 5.99 yd. 31d. WhitoEyoiot 3.99 yd. 3*?d. Eyolot Flouncos 14" « yd. 21" * yd 45" 9 yd. , SMmmor Solids 6.98 yd. 21d Qiana Solids 5.98 yd. 21d. Yolvot Solids 6.98 yd. 31d. Yolyotoon Solids 8.98 yd. 6'?d Yolvotoon Prints •.?8 yd. 6'?d Printod Shoors 1.98 to 2.99 /d, Plisso Solids 1.98 yd. 99?d AsstdWMloSldrtfags 1.98 yd. 99?d Kids Prints 1.98 yd. 99?d Fado Out Donim 3.98 yd. 99 yd. Cotton Cropo Solids 1.98 yd. 99«yd Spocial 50% poly/ 47?d 50% Cotton 2.49 yd. 47?d (Nowl) Printod Yoilos 3.99 yd. 21d. Handordiiof Prints . 2.98 yd. l«fd Values 6.98 Yds. 60" POLYESTER SUITING Value 5 .99Yd. Sale Thur Uaii.12 thru Sal. Jan. 21 ROBE STRIP 99 4.99 2500 CALKOS 159 2.98 • Y( 100% Wool INDIGO DENIM PLAIDS, STRIPES & SOLIDS Reg. $7.50 Yd. 60" Wido 2 OFF .15" Wide 3.98 VilllIC Salo 5.98 yd. 5.98 yd. Rog 60" Poly. Knit Prints 60" Poly. Singlo Knits Embroldory Floss Laco by tho Yard Coats & Claric Throad Throad small Talon Zippors La Modo Buttons Wright's Trim iron On Embroldory Trim "Spocial" Christmas Cut Outs Donim Patchos Notion Riot Strotch Soam Binding Laco Trim Fashion Trim Laco Ruffling Laco Ruffling Fur Animal Kits 6" Embroid. Scissors 6" Trim Scissors 5" Sowing Scissors Romnants Dahlia Toto Kit PursoKit Cathodral Window Pillow Kit "FaYorlto Thing" Quilt Kit Hand Puppot Sot 3 Boar Sot Ono Stop Apron Purso Handios Stoamstross Stoamors Koon Edgo Scissors Tack It Markors Pin Caddy Toto Bag 8" Komfort Cut Scissors Komf oH Cut Pinking Scissors 12 ^a Rog. ll.SOea. 6 yds. 6 yds. 4 yds. 2 >/a yds. 2 yds. 9.98 ea. 8.50 ea. 9.00ea. 15< lO ^d 3 for 88< 9ea. Vi OFF Vim Vl OFF y2 0FF V20FF '/20FF 49« 5ea. 49' 49« 69' 79' 99' 6'' 4" ea. 8.50 ea. 4»? 405 ea. ea. 75% OFF Vtef 1% 31a 21a 151a 81a 21a X ea. 3 91 ea. 500 S" Bont Scissors 7" Bont Scissors 10.00 ea. Casomont Fabrics ^ 2.49 yd. Drapory Taff itas 2.49 yd. Drapory Prints 1.99 yd. Drapory Solids i.99,yd. Soll-linod Drap. Prints 3 .98 yd. Upholstory Tapostrlos 4 .9Byd. insulatod Drap. Prints 3.98 yd. Cut Yoivot Solids 6.98 yd Cut Yolvof Prints 6.98 yd. Horculon Plaids 5.98 yd. YInyl Solids 6.98 yd JutoWobbing Upholstory Noodlos Black Docking Roman Shado Tapo Shirring Tapo WoltingCord Tack Strips PloatorTapo 64 $d Hooks Austrian Shado Tapo Folt Docorator Drapory Trim Folt Squaros Foam Shoots 4"x24"x72" Pillow Forms i2"xi2" Pillow Forms U"xU" Pillow Forms I6"xi6" Pillow Forms I8"xi8^' Pillow Forms 20"x20" Pillow Forms 24"x24" Pillow Forms 30"x30" 1 Lb. Poiyostor Filling Baby Quilt BaMing Twin Bod SizO Quilt Bat. DbL Bod Sizo Quilt Bat. King Bod Siio Quilt Bat. SuporSiio Quilt Bot. Salo 5»* ea. 4'' ea. 99' 'yd. 99y'd 99' 'yd. 99y'd 99y'd . lid. I 'Jd. 4»9d. 4»9d. yd. 4»9d. 25y'd 60Sp 98?d 40y'd 99y'd 15y'd 2for5' llaK. 3.98 yd. 3.98yd. 2.98 yd. 96", Wide 72" wide Felt 72" wide 89« yd. 99y 'd 3 *?d. 3»9d. 19k ISe'a 101a 21a Burlap 45" wide Flannolotto 36" 45", Flannol Plaids Dbl. Faco Flannol Solids Sloopwoar Prints 45" Travolors Plaid 45" Boucio Suiting Fronch Laco Curtain 45" Asst. Colton/Poly. PrInH Poly.fCotton Sgl. ^Inlts 4.50 yd. 60" Swoator Knhs 3.98 yd. Woolons &<Blonds 4.9 «yd Coating Piocos 60" Poly. Gabordino 3.98 yd 60" Poly. Knit Fancios 7.98 yd 60" Ponto do Roma 3.98 yd 60" Soorsuckor Plaids 3 .98 yd. 69" Soors. Stripos 3.98 yd. 60" Crfpo Stitch Knit 3.98 yd 60" Poly ./Coiw Prints i.98 yd 54" Poly. Robo YolourSoiklB4jDyd Appliquos (Over 5000) 54" Tricot Prints 108" Tricot Solids 45" Jorsoy Prints 54" Jorsoy Prints 45" Brand Namos Solo l*7d. 1%. }%. l«yd. 21d. Ifd Hd. 99?d 21d. 11 21d. 21d. 21d. 21d. 21d.. 21d. lid. 99?d d. 'd. 21a 4— 54" Singlo Knits AM 21a. 41a 4^ 8*i 11 4^» 500 71 101 ea. ea, 19 ea. ea. yd. ea. ea. ea. ea. 45" «r' 45" Paint Rags ^ 45" Paint Drops 45" Cot. Cropo Solids 45" Corduroy Prints 45" Bnbliod Cord. 45" PinwaloCord. 45"BodfordCord. 45" 45" Laco Fabric 1.98 25e'a 3.98 yd. lid. 198 yd.. lid. 2.98 yd. l«9d 5.98yd. lid. 1.98 yd. 99y 'd 2.99 yd. lid 1 3.49 yd. lid llBg .3.98yd. 11- 2.99 yd. lid. 2.99 yd. 11- 1.98 yd. 99h 3.98 yd. 21d. 4.99 yd. 21d.. 3.49 yd. . 21-. 3.98 yd. 21d. Ig. 3.98 yd. lid 31d. The Largest Fabric Store In The Redwood Empire lilllEINArE CASH FOR SMLVn 20* For SHvor DImos i964^or Before 50* For Silvor Qvortors T964 or Before 1.00 for Silvor HaH Doliwi 1964 or Before 3.06 For Sihror Dollart Before 1935 HOME OWNED AND OPERATED 720 N. State St. Mon. - 5«t. HourS 9 - 6 , Ukiah 462 5749 Thurs. Night Till 9 SAVINGS FLEDGE You can pay more but you wjll never pay less for quality fabric. If within two weeks you find the identical fabrit elsewhere at a lesser price. The Sewing 'Cornet: will refund the difference . plus a 10% discount on your next fabric purchase.

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