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Retirement Activities #516971

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 24, 1981
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(Studio) Percentage of Americans over 65 noted; Census Bureau's projected median age in United States by year 2000 mentioned. [Arthur MARTIN - describes his life before retiring.] Martin and wife Marjorie's current life on Maine island, as boat designers, examined. [MARTIN - notes love of boating.] Marjorie's role in business described; her competitive swimming career described. [Marjorie MARTIN - considers old age a frame of mind.] [Arthur MARTIN - recalls thinking over-40 was over-the-hill.] [Marjorie MARTIN - wants to try new things.]
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

Pauley, Jane

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