Madison Wisconsin State Journal, April 3, 1967, Page 26

Madison Wisconsin State Journal

April 03, 1967

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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 3, 1967, Madison, Wisconsin PAGE 14 SECTION 1 The Golden Years STATE JOURNAL MONDAY APRIL 3 1967 City Folks Retire to Farmland as 3 Rural Disadvantages End for retirement It is just possible that he has veais will have a bounii ful life i My wife and L had no more business moving lo a farm than any other city people he says couldnt grow a row of peas Rut It obvious from reading h papers that ma jor changes taking place in rural living and that Ihrce of hese vind out the veil known cis a d v a ntagcs of COILINS retiring to the country The most important change he explained was the flight of the farm people into the cities leaving behind some good soil and some substantial houses that could be bought at a bar gain The Kendalls bought a 32 acre tract with a rambling II rooin farmhouse and it cost them slightly Jess than they got from the sale of their city house And that for at least the next A second major change Ken dal1 was lhe superliijh ways rnm recn hc great danger of moving to thc country was that you would be too remote from the hospitals and city services your ad vancing years might rail Our house is five minutes from a superhighway and is Hi miles and 11 minutes from the turnoff into a city hospital ou couldn t live in town and do i mud better I he third change is the seal tcring of factories and larger schools ail through the rural areas This means m a n y more young families around iail with autos now who can move into vour house and pro tet you from the loneliness and fears that earlier bosct re tired couples on a farm The Kendalls have oarti tioned heir house arc Tenting half of it to a young industrial technician whose is five miles awav and whose uife and two small chil dren are at home most of the D L i T Psychiatric Treatments Planned to Aid Smokers rent for to cover because we wanted people around he said The idea that by moving to a farm you get out of reach of friends and visitors is not ioo realistic Kendall thinks that a lot of citv people dont come visiting but the situation is about the same for retired people in the city where friends dont often trav el four blocks to see yon 1 The Kendalls have kept memberships in their city church and in a few civic or ganizations but i n creasiiiRly hey are devoting their atten tion to a rural branch of their hurch are letting their farm grow wild except to some adventures in vegeiabV and The most interesting part of my retirement I have saved until last Kendall says I have bought for S750 out of savings a half interest in a small crossroads store a cou ple of miles down the road My partner is a retired farm er is the salt of the earth and vv h o knows everything that bus happened in these parts in the last 69 years Theres not much money in store of course but lm 10 per campaigning to vipe out cigaret smoking are planning psychiatric treatment for tliose smokers who want to bet cannot give up the habit drastlc swildi in tactics was disclosed by Dr Ashbel C Williams president of t h e American Cancer Society in smoked in IKl 326 pcr cent in efforTn m3and M2 P in 1965 efforts to persuade smokers to This is an absolute drop oflOl become nonsmokers on their per cent in cigarctsmoking doc oun are falling far short of the tors and a relative drop of 256 per cent he said Even though convinced ciga But considering hat medical ret smoking causes lung canrnen because of their special cer and other lifeshortening knowledge have been more diseases 75 per cent of smokers thoroughly convinced of the are so addicted they are powerhealth hazards than any other less to stop smoking IVilliams group it is not nearly the drop said at the opening session of that should have occurred the societys annual science Williams said many doctor writers seminar last week smokers were like all other In most cases it doesnt aret hey simply work for a doctor merely to tell coud stop even though they people to stop he added in rewcre convinced they should vealing that the InterAgencv C o m m i ttee on Smoking of which rh wrirtr is a Icadinv member is studying smokings psychological hold on smokers to devise psychiatric techniques for helping smokers break the hold The society also threw statis tical light on a halfhidden sub ject which is subject for wry jokes in medical circles Some doctors warn patients on the health hazards of smoking be ing convinced it causes a host of diseases but find it impossi ble to stop smoking themselves Many doctors have slopped Lawrence Garfindel society statistician told the seminar He said 39fi per cent of Amer ican physicians smoked ciga rets in 1959 MJ pcr cent mam reas011 fnr buying in was to get where the action is I am established as one of thei boys now because the store is unquestioned headquarters for the rural community For the GOLDEN YEARS 36page booklet send 50 cents in coin no siampsl in care of The Wisconsin State Journal Box 1672 Grand Central Station New York XY 10017 j DIAL 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