Independent from Long Beach, California on January 16, 1975 · Page 83
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 83

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, January 16, 1975
Page 83
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|eet 4 8moke' j » i M t « * « M tongBwcn M/ f i / r 1 . -By BOB HE ATOM KWd«r News Service WICHITA. Operation Oversmoke is complete. Smoke, has not yet fl, but the result is ' . . The cigarette fiends won J . ; -' . · ' . : . ' · ' . - · · Of," 30 volunteers in a projj?cL, at Veterans Hospital, n )Vichita, last spring, only five have kicked the habit .; .·",.-.. : · · · ;-.. Ttiejest still puff . ; : ' The ^project was to determine how and why some'persons quit smoking: If 'also was supposed ', to. ease the way to smoke- free living for all with experiments in : the a'rt of habit:icking. Gafg Salk, a doctoral candidate in the psychology department of the · University of Louisville, said results will be used in his doctoral dissertation. SALK SPENT hours closeted with a collection of respiratory basket cases who ..filled the air with smoke and reasons why. D u r i n g the project, ' smoker-volunteers were divided into two groups; One group's members consumed double their normal amount of ciga- rettes.-ior a week. This ranged from slightly more than one pack to three or four.-After a week, this group quit cold turkey. This was Team Over- smoke. The other 15 volunteers underwent the exquisite torture, usually self-inflicted, called tapering off. : ' . This was Team Uhdersmoke: Final results, eight months after the first meeting, show three quitters from Team Over- smoke to -two for Team Undersmoke. Salk, interviewed in Reading, Pa., said under- smoke volunteers on the : whole had cut back their ' smoking volume. ,.'; . are harcTon the trail to lung cancer; much the same as before the project. They still read American Medical Association bulletins with horror. A recent AMA blurb stated ^anyone consuming two £acks a d a y , had ; about as much chance of survival as "a bull in Spain." During the daily sessions with Team Over- smoke last spring, Salk. suffered. He is a nonsmoker. His lungs are pristine. Closeted with nicotine f a n s blowing poison at double 0 speed in a small,' badlyiventilated conference room left the researcher bleary and red- eyed. His spouse accused him of marching through a peat bog on the way home. During.the entire period since the project, Salk said, volunteers h a v e been quitting, cutting down and then restarting. Women increase as leaders There were 6.6 million families headed by womea in 1973. This was 12$I§:ent of all families in-tlfli'HU.S., the Institute of Life Insurance reports in a new study on women, and represents an increase of 47 per cent in 13 years in the number of families headed by a w o m a n without a husband. The reasons for women becoming heads of households have been shifting, the Institute notes. In 1968, being widuweu was the leading reason (46%), followed by divorce or separation (44%). 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