Military Fashion Military men have put their mark on men's fashions: Eisenhower (jacket) Blucher (boot), Cardigan (sweater), Raglan (coat), Wellington (boot). In the first decades of the 19th. century, the Duke of Wellington, fresh from his triumphs over Napoleon, appeared in public in trou-, sers, thus hastening.the departure of silk hose and breeches. BONUS OFFER! Hand Decorated S—Ukiah Daily Jburnal, Ukiah, Calif. Wednesday, January 25. 1978 Vitols ) BIRTHS SCHWEITZER — Born Jan., 23, a girl, Katie. Marie Schweitzer, 'to Barbara (Stickeny) and Ed Schweitzer , of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. CURTIS — Bdrn Jan. 33, a boy /Steven Eugene Curtis, to Rachel (Riddlesperger) and Joel Curtis of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital! HUNT — Born Jan., 21, a girl, Nechole Delynn Hunt, to Mona (Scroggins) and Daryl Hunt of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. HOBEN — 'Born Jan. 21, a boy, Shaun Wayne Hoben, to Beverly (Critchlow) and Martin Hoben of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. HESTON — Born Jan. 21, a boy, Joshua Cullen Heston, to Shirley (Lemstrom) and Billie Heston of Kelseyville, at Ukiah General Hospital. VIPOND — Born Jan. 20, a - boy, Shaun Christopher Vipond, to Kristy (Carlson) and Craig Vipond of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. BORGES — Born Jan. 20, a boy, Joel John Borges, to Donna , (Maine) and Don Borges of Ukiah,. at Ukiah General Hospital. " STIPE — Born Jan. 20, a boy, Joshua Lee Stipe, to Lisa (Heral) and Daniel Stipe of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. GLOZOS — Born Jan. 20, a boy, George Andrew Glozos, to Cynthia (Estes) and George Glozos of Laytonville, at Ukiah General Hospital. ILAR — Born Jan. 20, a boy, Christopher Lee liar, to Sharon (Faber) and Sam Dar of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. . * ' ' ADAIR — Born Jan. 19,. a boy, Ryan Jackson Adair, to Renee (Farmer) and Wayne Adair of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. MAYHEW —Born Jan. 16, a boy, Stephen James'Mayhew, ' to Cindy (FrancD and Thomas Mayhew of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. They predict above normal rainfall ahead SAN FRANCISCO UPI — Two University of California climatologists who two years ago predicted California's heavy rains of this winter believe that the state should continue get above normal rainfall fdr 1978-79 and 1979-80. Professors Orman Granger and Roger Byrnes of the UC Berkeley geography department discussed their forecasts from under an umbrella in a drizzle outside their offices last week. Two years ago, they predicted California would receive 163 percent of normal rainfall this winter. "To date our prediction for. the 1977-78 period has been substantiated, although it's too early to test for complete accuracy," Granger said Thursday. Their predictions were „ in sharp contrast to many other experts, who gloomily predicted that California would have a third year of drought: Only a month ago, for instance, a spokesman for the Drought Information Center in Sacramento warned of another dry winter. The two professors explained they had noted a . correlation over the past 100 years between the weather patterns of California and a. coastal and inland' area of Mexico They said they found that California always followed the Mexican area by about seven years and based their optimistic predictions for the next two years on this research. Dr. Granger said he and his colleague are now preparing a ' paper on thier research for a meteorological journal. VTONEMM MEAT MANAGER'S SPECIALS PRODUCE MANAGER'S SPECIALS T GROCERY MANAGER'S SPECIALS! DOG FOOD Jrtjjjjfif Skippy Premium Dinn .^1* 14% oz. All varietie 33* CABBAGE lOt RED POTATOES 101 TURNIPS or RUTABAGAS 101 YELLOW ONIONS lot FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS ORANGE JUICE M^nta Maid 12 Oi. Can Sam* 10c ffi TV Waffles LX to . 4 Jl # Fishsticks .f Gorton Batter Fried Ounce Sue Save 6c ........ 1.09 # Buffet Supper K m ... 1.34 # Pecan Coffee Cake Sari lee m .Oi. Sa»e 7c . VARIETY DEPARTMENT VALUES BAYER CHILDRENS ASPIRIN 36 Count © 49° aytex Gloves fS^rs^crr?? 1.07 onges 2 „*88 c ©Rose Milk 1.72 ©Diaparene fsffi. 00 * 0 2,32 Our low prices bring you in.
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