Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 24
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 24

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 5, 1964
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24 - Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 Redlands Daily Factsl f^Qfriag^ Aomeffiafting not so easy in USSR Orange at Citrus Redlands Imported Sweaters 11.77 Priced to 22.95 live in an apartment the bride already had; an equal number in an apartment the bridegroom already had. One of every six couples said they planned to take a room. indicating that apartments are By CAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) —Soviet boy meets girl. Soviet boy thinks of marriage—and then of the housing shortage. For marriage often is contingent on whether the couple will have a(scarce in Soviet land, place to live. I The poll, conducted In four The bearing that housing ac-'varied communities of the commodations have on Ivan and j Leningrad district, produced in- j Olga's courtship showed in ajformation also on what the survey by the Soviet Academyicouplcs thought were ingredi- of Sciences of 500 young couples'ents of a happy marriage and Maternity Skirts Capris Tops 2 pc. Vz and Less in the Leningrad area. Results were reported at headquarters here of Radio Liberty, which uncovered the poll in its regular research of Soviet publications and broadcasts. The Soviet publication which reported the poll headlined it, "Love and living Space. Data on Soviet Marriage." The survey showed that elop- ments were a rarity and that four out of five couples obtained parental consent before taking marriage vows, apparently in part because Ivan and Olga often planned to live cither with the parents of the bridegroom or the bride. Radio Liberty said that to the question, "where do you intend to live after your marriage?" 20 per cent of the couples said they would stay with the bridegroom's parents; 16 per cent with those of the bride's. Another 10 ocr cent said "we hope to get a new apartment of our own." And seven per cent said they would how they met. Three of every four couples said they considered "the main conditions for a durable and happy marriage" to be "love, common views, faith, sincerity and friendship." Thirteen per cent gave their vote to "equality and respect." Four per cent identified "love and living space." And the remainder listed such qualities as love and material well-being, lots of children and a realistic view towards life." How did the couples meet? Twenty-seven per cent said! at dances, theaters and skating rinks. Another 20 per cent became ...uRANCE PAYMENTS NEW YORK (UPI) — Ameri- Today is Wednesday Feb. 5,: can famil >« received about $81- the 36th day of 1964 with 330 to; million in 1963 in accidental follow, j death payments under double in- The moon is in its last quar- demnity and similar provisions ter. j of life insurance policies, ac- The evening stars are Venus' coding t0 estimates bv the Inand Jupiter. ; stitute q[ Ufe Insurance ms is On this day in history: In 1631. Roger Williams.' seeking religious freedom in 'an increase of about S8 million 'over 1962. America, landed at Salem. Mass. ize thc f c ,i cra i judiciary. In IW-t. Russia and Japan i In 19-15. thc U.S. Third Army severed diplomatic relations as broke through Germany's Sicg- the result of rival designs on fr ' c(I Linc Manchuria and Korea. . \ thought for the nay—Brit- In 1937. a bitter controversy ; ish philosopher David Hume began as President Franklin D.jsaid: "The most lively thought Roosevelt sent a scries of pro-• is still inferior to the dullest posals to Congress to reorgan -j sensation." OOPS!—Trying to dock without the aid of tugs, the liner Queen Elizabeth scraped the edge of the pier in New York. Tug operators were on strike. There wasn't much damage, just a bent jackstaff on the bow and some paint scraped. marriages, the wife was older ,AUTOMATING than the husband. A few had as AUTOMATION acquainted "at works's peVcc 'm man >' as 10 - vcars "niority. | met in school, and one out of Kadio Liberty doesn t usually: eTery 10 couples said they had go in for boy-meets-girl developed here >s known each other since child,»s research staff of Soviet ex-;largely the product of its big hood. iperts, including 200 ex-Sovietibrother, another computer. BOSTON (UPI) - A new For Results Use Facts Classified Ads $ DAYS SPECIAL DRESSES $i|50 \ fron w 4 Other introductions came at citizens, concentrate on the house parties, during summer'number one job of reporting vacations, through their ( news denied Russian citizens parents, on trains, in hospitals;Within their own borders, or in libraries. | Radio Liberty, privately sup In nearly one of every four,portcd through the American |Committee for Liberation, /broadcasts around the clock :from 17 transmitters in West Germany, Spain and Formosa, in 17 languages spoken within the borders of the USSR. The organization's honorary' chairmen include Herbert ! Hoover, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Harry S. Truman. OPEN FRI. NITES TIL STATE Nearly all of the internal cir-: cuitry, wiring and logic design; of the new Honeywell 200,1 a small business computer that; performs operations at billionth- of-a-second speeds, was designed by its 4-year-old relative,! a Honeywell 800 — which oper-i atcs at only millionths of a second. 1 on any Sale dress These are from regular stock and already greatly reduced Many Other Goodies Specially Reduced for $ DAYS! 214 E. State St., Redlands EASY PARKING IN THE REAR fetem Ijiito ASSOCIATE STORE TRIPLE -"3 DOLLAR DAYS SHOP TIL 9 MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITE Elderly Women Injury Prone WASHINGTON (UPD-EIder ly women are especially liable to injuries from falling, reports Drs. Alfred H. Lawton and Gor don .1. Azar. of the U.S. Public Health Service. The walking and stepping habits of the older women make them far more prone than men to such accidents, the doctors said. 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