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The results for the whole state are reported below. The statistics are not only proving useful for planning programs for Minnesota, but can also serve to guide other states in mining their own official records. As PART of the activity of this state in the 1961 White House Conference on Aging, the White House Conference Planning Committee prepared two factbooks, Minnesota's Aging Citizens, A County by County Statistical Report and Inter-County Comparison Statistical Supplement. These documents present selected statistical facts about the aging population of each of the eighty-seven counties of the state.
Table 3. copulation 78 70 75 77 80 22 5 14 20 23 Clearwater Hubbard Grant Big Stone Kittson * Based on ranks of 87 counties from 1 — highest county to 87 — lowest county. 39 Aging in Minnesota lation, are the five counties shown in Table 3. In these counties the situation is affected by the relatively higher than average proportion that the aging are of the total county population rather than the number of aging there are in these counties. In the last group are three counties — Ottertail, Kandiyohi, and Fillmore — which not only rank in the highest quarter of the counties with the largest number of aging residents (fifth, seventeenth, and twentyfirst respectively), but the ratio of their aging to their total population (sixth, sixteenth, and eleventh) also places them in the highest fourth of the counties; that is, these counties both have a much higher than average number of persons sixty-five and over and these persons are a significantly greater than average proportion of the total population.
4. , director of the Wilder Foundation. The committee employed a project director, Gerald Bloedow, who worked full time for one year in the counties of Aitkin, Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, and Stearns to stimulate the development of a wide range of services and opportunities for the aging. A summary of the project is included in this volume. Mr. Bloedow always worked through local citizens' 17 Aging in Minnesota groups, to assure that the activity would continue after he left the area. Programs were developed in scores of communities, ranging in population from 175 to 33,000 (St.
Aging in Minnesota by Arnold Rose