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    Hamilton County: an overview
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    General social and economic characteristics of the population
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    Economy and labor force characteristics
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    Miscellaneous
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    Sources
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E. McCloskey Economic Information
R. 0. Coppedge Report 3
J. A. Brown, Jr.



Hamilton County, Florida


Information For Rural Development
Population, Housing, Economy,
Labor Force, Public Sector


Food and Resource Economics Department
Florida Cooperative Extension Service and
Center for Rural Development
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville 32611


March 1975









ABSTRACT


This report is one of a series for selected counties in Florida
designated to compile secondary data from several sources into one
document. The purpose is twofold: first, to present useful information
in a readily usable form; and second, to provide a list of sources for
obtaining more detailed data on related topics. Subjects covered include
general social and economic characteristics of the population, housing,
the economy and labor force characteristics, and data related to the
public sector.

Key words: Florida counties, economic development, rural development,
data, information.














This publication is one of several similar reports in which data
relating to rural development in various counties in Florida are pre-
sented. It is a contribution from the Center for Rural Development in
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences at the University of
Florida.
Appreciation is expressed to Marianne Nott for organizing the
tables and typing this manuscript.














TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page


LIST OF TABLES. . . . . . . ii

HAMILTON COUNTY: AN OVERVIEW. . . . . .. .vi

GENERAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTIC OF THE POPULATION. 1

HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS . . . . ... . 13

ECONOMY AND LABOR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS . . ... 19

PUBLIC SECTOR CHARACTERISTICS; FINANCES, FACILITIES, SERVICES 27

MISCELLANEOUS . . . . .. . .... 49

SOURCES . . . . . . . 53



LEGEND

NA. ... Not available
-. . Does not apply
Blank. ... .Not available
A. . Acre
Tx. ..... .Tax


E. F. McCLOSKEY is a research assistant in food and resource econ-
omics. J. A. BROWN, JR. and R. O. COPPEDGE are extension resource econ-
omists and assistant professors of food and resource economics.









LIST OF TABLES


Table Page

1 Population characteristics: Age by race and rural
residence, Hamilton County, 1970. . . . 2

2 Population estimates by age and race for Hamilton
County and the State: July 1, 1973 . . . 3

3 Components of population change for Hamilton County
and Florida . . . .... .. ... 4

4 Selected population characteristics, Hamilton County
and divisions, 1970 . .... . . .. 5

5 Years of school completed for population 25 years and
older, total and Black, Hamilton County, 1970 . 6

6 Income and poverty data total and Black, Hamilton
County, 1970. . . ... . . 7

7 Median earnings in 1969 of persons in experienced
civilian labor force for selected occupation groups,
Hamilton County . ... .. . ...... 8

8 Labor force and occupational characteristics, Hamilton
County, 1970a ........... . . .. 9

9 Industry group of employed persons, Hamilton County, 1970 10

10 People in labor force by age and sex, Hamilton County,
1970. . . .. . . . 11

11 Last occupation of experienced unemployed persons,
Hamilton County, 1970 . .... . . . .11

12 Offenses constituting the crime index, Hamilton County,
1972. . . . . * 12

13 Housing profile, City of Jasper, 1950, 1960, and 1970 14

14 Housing characteristics, Hamilton County, 1970. . ... 15

15 Characteristics of all occupied units in urban and
rural areas, Hamilton County, 1970. .. ... . . 15

16 Financial characteristics of housing for Hamilton
County . . * * . 16

17 Housing occupancy and facilities, Hamilton County, 1970 17










LIST OF TABLES (Continued)


Table Page

18 Subsidized housing and number of Section 235 home
mortgages, Hamilton County, 1970. . . ... 18

19 Number of public housing units as of December 31, 1971. 18

20 Selected farm characteristics, Hamilton County, 1964
and 1969. ...... ........ ....... .. . 20

21 Basic labor market information, Hamilton County . 21

22 Local government payrolls and employees for Hamilton
County area, October 1967a. . . . .... 22

23 Employment and payroll of covered workers, Hamilton
County, 1970. . . ... . . 23

24 Payrolls for retail and wholesale trade, Hamilton
County, 1967. . . ... .. . . 24

25 Receipts and number of establishments for selected
services, Hamilton County, 1967 . .... .. 24

26 Sales of retail and wholesale trade, Hamilton
County, 1967 . . .. . . .. 25

27 Assets and liabilities of commercial banks,
Hamilton County . . . . . 25

28 Motor vehicle tags by type of vehicle, Hamilton County,
1971-72 . .... .. . . . . .. 26

29 Gasoline sold by fiscal year, Hamilton County ...... 26

30 Types of fuel used for heating, cooking, and water
heating, Hamilton County, 1970. . . . ... 28

31 Types of water supply and sewage disposal by housing
units, Hamilton County, 1970. . . . .. 28

32 Public assistance by program, Hamilton County ...... 29

33 Tax base millages, Hamilton County, 1971. ..... 29

34 Comparative analysis taxable valuation of property,
Hamilton County, 1971 . . . . 30

35 Assessed value of property subject to local government
property taxation, Hamilton County, 1971. .... 31

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LIST OF TABLES (Continued)


Table Page

36 Assessed valuation of non-exempt property as basis for
school taxes and fiscal data on effort to finance
public schools, Hamilton County, 1971-72. . ... 32

37 Revenues for Hamilton County, 1971. . . ... 32

38 Expenditures for Hamilton County, 1971. . . ... 33

39 Revenues for city of Jasper, 1971 . . ... 34

40 Expenditures for city of Jasper, 1971 . . ... 35

41 Distributions to Hamilton County and municipalities from
state sources and state tax collections by major sources
of revenue, 1971-72 . . . . .. .. 36

42 Distributions to county schools from Minimum Foundation
and other foundation programs, Hamilton County, 1971-72 37

43 Federal government distributions for school programs,
Hamilton County, fiscal year ending June 30, 1972 .... .38

44 Schools by type, Hamilton County. . . .. 38

45 School enrollment by grade level and age, Hamilton
County, 1970. . . . .. . .. 39

46 Enrollment, average daily attendance, average daily
membership of pupils at close of year for the fiscal year
1971-72, Hamilton County. . . .. . 39

47 Number of high school graduates continuing their education
and type of institution entered, Hamilton County, 1971. .40

48 Instructional positions in public school system,
Hamilton County, 1971-72. . ... . 41

49 Pupil mobility in public schools during one year,
grades K-12, Hamilton County, 1971-72 .... . .. 42

50 Characteristics of public school bus operations, grades
K-12, Hamilton County, 1971-72 . . ...... 42

51 Summary of revenues and expenditures of schools including
grades K-12, Hamilton County, fiscal year, 1972-73. ... 43

52 Disbursements of the county government for welfare,
Hamilton County, fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1971. ... 44

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LIST OF TABLES (Continued)


Table Page

53 Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
by number of beneficiaries with monthly cash benefits
in current-payment status by age and sex, Hamilton
County, December, 1972. . . .... . 44

54 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Domestic
assistance program recipients and funds obligated,
Hamilton County, fiscal 1973. ... .. . . 45

55 Amount paid by food stamp recipients, bonus, total and
average value of food stamps for the month of January,
1973, Hamilton County . . . . 45

56 Professionals in state licensed health occupations,
Hamilton County, May 1971 ...... . . 46

57 Existing medical facilities, number of beds, Hamilton
County, 1971 . . . . . 46

58 Resident deaths from certain causes, 1972, and incidence
of certain reportable diseases, 1971, Hamilton County 47

59 Admissions of patients to the state mental hospital
system, by type of admission, Hamilton County, 1972 .48

60 Areas of selected places, Hamilton County, 1960 . 50

61 Farms, land in farms, and land use, by size of farm,
Hamilton County, 1969 . . . . 50

62 Forest land area: Hamilton County, 1970. .... 51

63 Farm sales of forest products, Hamilton County,
1969 and 1964 ..... . . . . 51

64 Weather data, Jasper Weather Station, Hamilton County,
1973. .. . . * * * . 52










HAMILTON COUNTY: AN OVERVIEW


Hamilton County is located in the northeastern part of the state.
The county is bordered by Columbia County on the east, Suwannee County
on the south, Madison County on the west, and Georgia on the north. The
Suwannee River forms a natural boundary on two sides, winding its way
down the eastern border to White Springs and then along the southern
boundary to where it joins the Withlacoochee River, which forms a
natural boundary on the west. These two rivers provide the county with
approximately 105 miles of river frontage. The county measures approxi-
matley 30 miles from east to west and 20 miles north to south at its
widest points. The county ranks 59th in the state in total land area
covering 508 square miles, approximately 329,000 acres.
About 60 percent of the total terrain is relatively flat with the re-
mainder being slightly rolling. The soil composition is primarily a
medium sandy loam type, with the exception of a few thousand acres on
the extreme northern rim of the county that are medium heavy with a clay
subsoil.
Rural Hamilton County has not experienced the rate of population
expansion that has occurred in the state-as a whole. Hamilton County's
population, primarily supported by agriculture, reached its peak in 1915
with 12,484 persons. From 1915 to 1970, the county experienced a declining
population with only minor spurts of population increases.
Outmigration has been the major cause of declining population, due
primarily to the lack of job opportunities. Agricultural technology has
also been a factor associated with the population decline. Modern tech-
nology during the 1950s and 1960s replaced farm workers who had to leave
the farm and seek employment elsewhere. Since industrial employment op-
portunities were virtually nonexistent during this period in rural Hamilton
County, families were forced to leave the county seeking employment.
Another factor has been the distribution of land holding patterns









in the county. Approximately 59 percent of all land is held by 29 pri-
vate owners. These owners have control over approximately 186,000 acres
represented in holdings of 1,000 acres and over, with the greatest per-
centage of this land being held by large timber companies.
The 1970 U. S. Census credits the county with 7,787 residents. July
1, 1974, population estimates prepared by the Division of Population
Studies, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida,
show Hamilton County with 8,195 residents. Projections by the Bureau
estimate Hamilton County can expect an 8,500 population by 1980 based on
an estimated 3.72 percent increase. However, if the estimated population
trend of this state continues, the Bureau's figure may be somewhat con-
servative.
Hamilton County is very rural with only 704 of the county's 329,600
acres classified as urban. The urban acreage lies in and around three
incorporated towns. Jasper, the county seat, with a population in 1970
of 2,221 is the center of industrial and commercial activity. White
Springs and Jennings, the other two incorporated communities, contain a
population of 767 and 582 respectively. While Jasper experienced only a
5.6 percent increase in population between the 1960 and 1970 Census,
White Springs' and Jennings' populations expanded by 21.2 and 12.8 per-
cent. The growth of White Springs is attributed to the development of
the phosphate industry in that area, while Jennings' growth is a result
of businesses that have established at the interchange of 1-75 and State
Road 6. Approximately 46 percent of the county's population resides within
the incorporated boundaries of the three communities.
From its beginning in 1829, Hamilton County's economy has depended
almost totally upon agriculture. "Sea Island" cotton was the main cash
crop until the Mexican boll weevil virtually destroyed the industry. A
diversified agriculture followed cotton. Today the county's agricultural
picture is primarily one of general farming and timber. Approximately
68,000 acres are in cultivation and pasture with the remaining 215,000
acres in forest. Farms and private ownership account for approximately
113,000 acres. This represents approximately 402 farms with the average
size being 283 acres. The 1970 statistics indicate a 16 percent decrease
in the number of farms and a 7 percent increase in average farm size over
1960 data.


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The latest technological improvements as utilized on Hamilton County's
farms today have made sweeping changes as compared to the county's early
days. As a result, gross farm income more than tripled from $5 million in
1966 to better than $16 million in 1975. Rather than being a one crop
county, agriculture is now very diversified with corn, tobacco, peanuts,
and soybeans being the principle cash crops, and poultry, cattle and hogs
accounting for the livestock enterprises. Forest products have also made
a very substantial contribution to the county's economy. The four mentioned
crops collectively accounted for approximately $11.2 million in gross
income for the local economy in 1974. Poultry, cattle, and hogs repre-
sented another $2.7 million, while the forest industry added approximately
$2 million. In addition, USDA programs are responsible for better than
$1000,000 in payments to local farmers directly related to agricultural
production.
Although the major economic thrust has been agriculture, the need
for a more balanced economy between agriculture and commerce has also
been recognized. During the early 60's, the county was designated as
an economically deprived area by the Federal Government. As a result
of the designation, an Overall Economic Development Program forthe county
was drawn up by the local citizens with.technical assistance provided by
the Cooperative Extension Service and other federal and state agencies.
The plan gave them a better understanding of the economic situation facing
the community.
About the time local citizens really began to get involved in ec-
onomic planning and projections, two interstate highways, 1-10 and 1-75,
crossed just south of the county line totally bypassing each of the three
towns. This was considered the final blow as service stations, motels,
and restaurants closed leaving main streets deserted. However, rather
than being the "straw that broke the camel's back", the transportation
system helped bring industry to the area.
A major natural resource discovery has played an important role in
the county's recent growth. As a result of the rich deposits of phos-
phate'beneath Hamilton County land, a $10 million mining and processing in-
dustry was brought into the county employing approximately 400-600 people
in 1964. Fortunately for the county, the plant was located in an area
that was readily accessible to towns of surrounding counties that helped

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absorb the increased need for housing, schools, shopping facilities, and other
public services. By 1978, this operation will have grown to a $395 million
mining and processing complex employing approximately 2,400 people. The
fact that county citizens were already involved in community development
helped ease the impact of this industry.
A Hamilton County Development Authority was established and industrial
sites were obtained for supporting industries that followed the phosphate
mining. Today, industrial sites house a plywood industry supply mobile
home manufacturers; a garmet factory; and a door factory manufacturing doors
for the building trades. Although the economic slump has taken its toll,
these industries normally offer employment to approximately 250 persons.
New sewer and water facilities have been installed to serve the in-
dustrial sites as well as the towns of Jasper, Jennings, and White Springs.
Several agribusiness industries have emerged through the joint efforts of
industry and agriculture. A grain drying and processing plant offers a
new market for locally produced grain. A meat processing plant opened in
the county offering: custom slaughtering, cutting, wrapping, and commercial
processing.
Recreation and tourism in conjunction with agriculture and industry
have also played an important role in the economic development. A golf
course and country club became a reality through the efforts of local
people and Farmers Home Administration. Today, a modern nine-hole golf
course and country club with over 200 members is located adjacent to a
busy thoroughfare in the county.
Another natural resource, water-based recreation, whose full potential
is yet to be developed, abounds due to the county's 105 miles of water front
property on the Suwannee and Withlacoochee Rivers. The Stephen Foster
Memorial Park, a state park on the banks of the Suwannee at White Springs, is
already a major drawing card to the area. Boat ramps and fishing facil-
ities have been established on the banks of the rivers for the convenience
of tourists as well as local fishermen. In addition, a county recreation
park has become a reality offering lighted playing fields, a rodeo arena
and picnic facilities.
The health and welfare needs of local citizens have been greatly im-
proved through the efforts of citizens' participation in rural develop-
ment planning. A thirty-bed general hospital adequately staffed and









operating at full capacity offers excellent medical care to the county.
A new modern health clinic now serves the county offering family plan-
ning services and care for the underprivileged and indigent. In addition,
an emergency ambulance service operated by the county offers 24-hour pro-
tection to the county. A joint venture by citizens monetarily joining
together for a common cause resulted in the establishment of a 56-bed
nursing home.
Every opportunity has been made by the county to improve its water
and sewer facilities. The Economic Development Administration and Farm-
ers Home Administration have provided loans and grants for expansion of
water lines and installation of a new sewage treatment plant.
Local involvement by citizens in education problems resulted in a
bond issue paving the way for improved facilities. Once the bond issue
debate was resolved, schools were reorganized and consolidated, with
facilities for adult education, vocational training, and special programs
for physically and mentally retarded children.
In a different vein, Hamilton County is faced with problems as are
most other counties across the nation. Even with excellent educational
facilities, statistics point to the fact that only 22.7 percent of the
total population in 1970 over 25 years of age are high school graduates.
The lack of education is reflected in income capabilities. The 1970 census
data indicate that 584 families in the county or 31.6 percent of all families
receive income below poverty level. Of the 67 counties in the state,
Hamilton ranks 60th with a mean family income of $6,608. Housing character-
istics, another factor of the standard of living in a community, indicate
that approximately 29.7 percent of the total housing units in the county
are substandard with the median value of all dwellings being approximately
$6,900. Thirty-five percent of all houses were constructed prior to 1940.
It is these problems that must be addressed to substantially increase
the economic and social welfare of citizens in the county.
The structure and nature of communities in Florida are undergoing
drastic changes as a result of rapid population growth -- the fastest in
the nation. Population projections indicate approximately ten million
people will be residing in Florida by the early 1980s. This represents
a 22 percent projected increase in population between 1975 and the early
1980s. Ninety-one percent of this growth will come from inward migration.


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As a result, Hamilton County will probably experience some of this influx
of people. One of the most demanding problems facing local citizens and
governments is how to accommodate this new growth.
For future growth and development to be beneficial and a contribution
to the community, it must be planned for and encouraged. It is important
that citizens of Hamilton County understand that they can have an effect
on the quantity and quality of growth which they may desire for their
county. It is anticipated that this Rural Development Information Report
will provide needed information and sources of reference to help in making
community decisions concerning the future welfare of this county and its
citizens.






































GENERAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION













Table l.--Population characteristics: Age
residence, Hamilton County, 1970


by race and rural


Rural (farm
Age group Total Black an nonfam)
and nonfarm)

Under 5 years . .. 743 335 743
5-9 . . 828 397 828
10-14. . ... 935 443 935
15-19 . .. 765 375 765
20-24. . ... 531 187 531
25-29 . . 440 156 440
30-34. . ... 347 126 347
35-39. . ... 372 125 372
40-44. . ... 354 110 354
45-49. . .. 331 101 331
50-54. . ... 404 144 404
55-59. . ... 438 132 438
60-64. . ... 361 120 361
65 & over. .... ... 938 332 938
Total. . ... 7,787 3,083 7,787
Median age . .. 26.0 NA NA

Source: [23, Table 35].














Table 2.--Population estimates
and the State: July


by age and race for Hamilton County
1, 1973


Age group


All races:
0-14 years
15-24 years.
25-44 years.
45-64 years.
65 and over.
All ages .
White:
0-14 years
15-24 years.
25-44 years.
45-64 years.
65 and over.
All ages .
Nonwhite:
0-14 years
15-24 years.
25-44 years.
45-64 years.
65 and over.
All ages .


County


Florida


- -- Number - -


2,455
1,454
1,628
1,495
1,014
8,046


1,349
806
1,110
1,040
664
4,970


1,106
647
518
455
350
3,075


1,826,268
1,295,634
1,776,550
1,693,155
1,253,487
7,845,093


1,430,429
1,063,443
1,521,526
1,517,212
1,173,231
6,705,839


395,839
232,190
255,025
175,943
80,257
1,139,254


Source: [2, p. 2-3].













Table 3.--Components of population change for
Florida


Hamilton County and


Item County Florida

- Number -
Population:
Census (1970) . . 7,787 6,790,929
Estimate (1973) . ... 8,046 7,845,092
Components of change:a
Total change . .. .259 1,054,163
Births . . .... .532 366,528
Deaths . . .. 321 258,453
Natural increase 211 108,075
Net migration c ... 48 946,088
Migration as percentage of 1973
estimate d . . .60 12.06

a April 1, 1970 to July 1, 1973.
bBirths minus deaths.
c Total change minus natural increase.
dNet migration divided by 1973 population estimate times 100.

Source: [2, p.4].














Table 4.--Selected population characteristics, Hamilton County and
divisions, 1970

Jasper Jennings White
Characteristics Unit n Springs County
Division Division Division

Population ...... No. 4,400 1,866 1,521 7,787
Sex:
Male . ... No. 2,081 921 735 3,737
Female . ... No. 2,319 945 786 4,050
Race:
White. . ... No. 2,699 1,077 919 4,695
Black. . ... No. 1,697 786 600 3,083
Other. . .. No. 4 3 2 9
Age:
Under 18 years % 37.9 37.7 42.1 NA
18 to 64 years % 50.1 49.4 46.8 NA
65 years and over. % 12.0 12.9 11.1 NA
In group quarters a No. 96 0 12 108
Households:
Total. . ... No. 1,354 .553 446 2,353
Black and other. No. .468 195 156 819
Population in households:
Total . ... No. 4,304 1,866 1,509 7,679
Black and other. No. .1,682 789 602 3,073

a All living arrangements other than households.

Source: [23, Table 331.














Table 5.--Years of school completed for population 25 years and
older, total and Black, Hamilton County, 1970

Years of education for
population 25 years Male Female Total
and older

Total population: - Number - Percent
No school years com-
pleted. . 136 120 256 3.9
Elementary:
1 to 4 years. 288 259 547 13.7
5 to 7 years. 375 372 747 18.7
8 years ... 234 281 515 12.9
High school:
1 to 3 years. 262 371 633 15.9
4 years .. 398 506 904 22.7
College:
1 to 3 years. .. 84 80 164 4.1
4 years or more 97 122 219 5.5
Total ... 1,874 2,111 3,985 100.0
Median school years com
pleted. ..... 8.6 9.2 NA --

Percent high school
graduates . 30.9 33.5 NA

Black population:
No school years com-
pleted. .. 78 81 159 11.8
Elementary:
1 to 4 years. .. 195 191 386 28.7
5 to 7 years. .. 114 174 288 21.4
8 years .. 60 74 134 9.9
High school:
1 to 3 years. 68 108 176 13.1
4 years . 61 53 114 8.5
College:
1 to 3 years. 5 17 22 1.6
4 years or more 29 38 67 4.9
Total ...... 610 736 1,346 100.0
Median school years com-
pleted. ..... 5.7 6.5 NA

Percent high school
graduates .. 15.6 14.7 NA


Source: [24, Tables 120, 125].














Table 6.--Income and poverty dat, total
1970


and Black, Hamilton County,


Item Unit Black Total

Persons. . . .. No. 3,083 7,787
Per capital income. . ... $ $ 945 $1,756
Families by income class:
Under $3,999 . . No. 415 680
$4,000-$5,999. . ... No. 122 280
$6,000-$11,999 . .. No. 103 663
$12,000 and over . .. No. 24 228
Total . . .... No. 664 1,851
Median family income. $ $3,088 $5,733
Income below poverty level (bpl)
Families below poverty level No. 394 584
Percent of all families. % 59.3 31.6
Mean family income . .. No. $2,163 $2,014
Mean size of family. ... No. 5.03 4.53
Civilian male head less than
65 years . . .. No. 150 258
Families with female head. .. No. 144 171
Percent families receiving
public assistance income % 32.5 24.3
Unrelated individuals ... No. 134 526
Persons below poverty level. No. 2,116 2,965
Receiving Social Security
income . . .. % 11.8 14.2
65 years and over . % 12.9 16.9
Receiving Social Security
income which are 65 years
and over . % 61.2 56.6

Sources: [24, Tables 119, 124, 125, 128].













Table 7.--Median earnings in 1969 of persons in experienced civilian
labor force for selected occupation groups, Hamilton County


Occupation Earnings


Dollars
Male, 16 years and older with earnings a .. 4,919
Professional, managerial, and kindred .. 8,122
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred . ... .5,917
Operatives, including transport . ... 3,690
Laborers, except farm . . ..... .3,939
Farmers, and farm managers. . ... 7,316
Farm laborers except unpaid and farm foremen. 1,591
Female, 16 years and older with earningsa 2,193
Clerical and kindred. . . .. 3,233
Operatives, including transport . ... 1,941


a Includes persons in other occupation groups, not shown separately.
Source: [24, Table 122].














Table 8.--Labor force and occupational
County, 1970 a


characteristics, Hamilton


Labor force characteristics County State

Number -
Total labor force, 16 years and over 2,596 2,621,554
Male . . . 1,651 1,609,360
Female . . . 945 1,012,194
Civilian labor force . 2,596 2,521,245
Number employed. . ... 2,584 2,426,268
Percent employed . 99.5 96.2
Number unemployed. . ... 12 94,977
Percent unemployed . ... .5 3.8

Occupation of employed:
Professional, technical, and
kindred workers. . . 227 335,254
Managers, and administrators
except farm . ... 199 228,885
Sales workers. . . .. 93 211,110
Clerical and kindred ...... 242 433,434
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred
workers . . .. 320 351,331
Operatives, except transport 418 209,699
Transport equipment operatives ... 111 88,895
Laborers, except farm. ..... 211 127,186
Farmers and farm managers. .. 214 16,566
Farm laborers and farm foremen 197 66,747
Service workers except private
household. . . 257 303,620
Private household workers. .. 95 59,541
Total .. . . 2,584 2,426,268


aData not available for cities with less than 2,500 population;
thus City of Jasper could not be posted.
Source: [24, Tables 117, 118, 121, 122].








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2,584 894
461 177
186 35
166 35


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Table 10.--People in labor force by age and sex, Hamilton County,
1970


Age category Male a Female b

Percent -
14 and 15 years old ..... 12.2 9.0
16 and 17 years old 21.9 20.2
18 and 19 years old 52.0 31.1
20 and 21 years old .. 73.9 49.0
22 to 24 years old ... 91.1 53.4
25 to 34 years old ... 97.3 46.9
35 to 44 years old ... 89.6 42.9
45 to 64 years old ... 86.4 42.5
65 years and over . .. 18.0 6.4
Total . . 69.9 35.5

a Percent of total male labor force in respective age category.
b Percent of total female labor force in respective age category.

Source: [24, Table 121].


Table ll.--Last occupation of experienced
Hamilton County, 1970


unemployed persons,


Last occupation of experienced
unemployed 16 yrs. old and over a Male Female Total

- Number -
Professional, technical, and managerial
workers. . . . .0 0 0
Sales workers. . . ... 0 0 0
Clerical and kindred workers ..... 0 0 0
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers 0 0 0
Operatives, including transport. 0 0 0
Laborers, except farm. . ... 0 8 8
Farm workers . . ... 0 0 0
Service workers, including private
household. . . .. 0 4 4
Total . . . 0 12 12

a Includes persons who last worked more than 10 years ago, not
shown separately.
Source: [24, Table 123].














Table 12.--Offenses constituting the crime index, Hamilton County,
1972

Unincorp-
Item County orated Jasper
area

Total crime index a . .. 113 91 22
Percent index change 1971-72. 1.8 -16.5 0
.Number of offenses:
Murder . . .... 4 4 0
Forcible rape . .... .. 0 0 0
Robbery . . . 4 0 4
Aggravated assault. . ... 33 30 3
Breaking and entering 43 30 13
Larceny $50 and over ... 24 24 0
Auto theft. ........ 5 3 2
Crime rate per 100,000 population 1,448.7 1,633.8 986.5
Percent rate change 1971-72 2.0 -27.8 0
Percent cleared . .. 49.6 56.0 22.7

a The crime index is the total number of actual offenses or
incidents known to law enforcement officers, not the number of persons
who committed them nor the number of injuries they caused.
b Includes those incorporated jurisdictions which report this
information to the law enforcement agency responsible in that geo-
graphic jurisdiction.
Source: [1, Table 18.034].







































HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS














Table 13.--Housing profile, City of Jasper, 1950, 1960, and 1970


Item 1950 1960 1970 Change,
1960 to 1970

- Number % of total Percent
units
Population ... 2,327 2,103 2,221 -- 5.6
Total housing units. 700 659 780 100.0 18.4
Total occupied 664 622 733 93.9 17.8
Owner occupied 364 379 473 60.6 24.8
Renter occupied. 300 243 260 33.3 6.9
Total Black
occupied . 262 240a 251 32.2 4.6
Black owner
occupied NA NA 115 14.7 --
Black renter
occupied NA NA 136 17.4
Vacant ..... 36 16 26 3.3 62.5
Single family. NA NA NA NA NA
Multi-family NA NA NA NA NA
Mobile homes NA NA NA NA NA
Persons per house-
hold ... 3.5 3.3 3.0 -- -9.1
Public housing NA NA NA NA NA
Persons per occupied
unit:
City of Jasper 3.32 3.19 2.84 -- -10.9
Hamilton County.. 3.25 3.11 2.90 -- -6.8
Florida. .... 2.90 3.70 3.30 -- -10.8

a 1960 data listed as "nonwhite".

Source: [19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 17 ,18].















Table 14.--Housing characteristics, Hamilton County, 1970


Percent of
Characteristic Number Percent of
total units

Units built before 1940. . ... 895 35.0
Units lacking some or all plumbing .... 759 29.7
Units with incomplete kitchen facilities or
used by another household. . ... 416 16.3
Units with 1.01 or more persons per room 336 14.3
Substandard units . . . 472 20.0
Value/rent ratios:
Number of units valued at 2.5 times or
more the owners' incomes . ... 352 34.3
Number of units renting for 25% or more
the renters' incomes . ... .. 133 22.2

Median number of persons in:
All occupied units . . ... 2.7
Owner occupied units . . ... 2.7
Renter occupied units. . ... 2.5 ---
Median household income. . ... $4,346
Ratio of number of poverty level families
per subsidized housing unit. ... . 6.7:1
Number of subsidized housing units:
Owner occupied . . .. 1 .1
Renter occupied. . . .. 86 12.2


Source: [ ].


Table 15.--Characteristics of all occupied
areas, Hamilton County, 1970


units in urban and rural


Characteristic of occupied unit Rural Urban Total

Number -
Lacking one or more plumbing facility. 537 0 537
1.51 or more persons per room ..... 96 0 96
Lacking one or more plumbing facility
,and/or having 1.51 or more persons
per room:
Number . . . .... 564 0 564
Percent of total units ..... . 25.5 0 25.5
Total occupied units ....... 2,211 0 2,211


Source: [14j.







16






Table 16.--Financial characteristics of housing for Hamilton County,
1970


Item Rural Total


-Number of units -
Contract rent
Less than $30 . ... 188 188
$30 to $39. . . .. 78 78
$40 to $59 . ... ... 121 121
$60 to $79. . . .. 41 41
$80 to $99. . . 11 11
$100 to $149. . ... 0 0
$150 or more. . ... 0
No cash rent. . .. 158 158
Total renter occupied .. 597 597
Median rent . . $34 $34
Value
Less than $5,000. . ... .. 341 341
$5,000 to $9,999. . ... 330 330
$10,000 to $14,999. ..... 185 185
$15,000 to $19,999. .... 80 80
$20,000 to $24,999. ........ 58 58
$25,000 to $34,999 . .. .. 10 10
$35,000 or more . ... 20 20
Total owner occupied ...... 1,024 1,024
Median value. . ... $6,900 $6,900


Source: [19, p. 235].






17






Table 17.--Housing occupancy and facilities, Hamilton County, 1970


Item Rural Total


Occupancy: Number Percent
All housing units. . ... 2,562 2,562 100.0
Vacant, seasonal and migratory 5 5 .2
Owner occupied . . 1,647 1,647 64.3
Renter occupied. .. . .. 706 706 27.6
Vacant year round. ....... 204 204 7.9
Population in housing units .... 7,666 7,666 100.0
Per unit . . .3.3 3.3
Owner occupied . . .. 3.2 3.2
Renter occupied. . . 3.4 3.4 -
Persons per room, all occupied units 2,353 2,353 100.0
1.00 persons or less . .. 2,039 2,039 86.7
1.01 to 1.50 persons .... ..... 216 216 9.2
1.51 or more persons . 98 98 4.2
Facilities:
Ladking some or all plumbing
facilities . . 759 759 29.6
Telephone available. . ... 1,395 1,395 54.4
Air conditioning . .. ... 620 620 24.2
Median number of rooms . .. 5.1 5.1 -
Median value . . $6,900 $6,900
Median gross rent . $53 $53

a Owner occupied units.


b Specified renter occupied; excludes one-family homes
or more.
Source: [19, Tables 60, 61, 62).


on 10 acres













Table 18.--Subsidized housing and number of Section 235 home
mortgages, Hamilton County, 1970
.. .. -, -


Item


Subsidized rental units (under management,
construction, or commitment, all programs). .
Units in insured projects eligible for rent
supplement (under management or commitment) .
Families with income less than poverty level. .
Mean family income . .. .
Section 235 home mortgages:
In 1969 . . . . .
In 196709...................
In 1970 . . . .
In 1971 . . . . .
In 1972a . . . . .
Total . . . . .


A 4


Number


86

NA
587
$2,014

0
0
0
1
1


a The count is for only 6 months.

Source: [14],







Table 19.--Number of public housing units as of December 31, 1971



Housing units Number


Total ...... ..* . .. 86
Elderly . . . 16
Under development:
Pre-construction ... .... . 0
Construction ......... ... 0
Under management:
Total .... ......... . .. ... 86
Elderly. . ........ .... 16
Subsidized rental units . ... ... 86
Units in insured projects eligible for rent supple-
ment . . . NA


Source: [14, p.6].


"- -





































ECONOMY AND LABOR FORCE

CHARACTERISTICS












Table 20.--Selected farm characteristics, Hamilton County, 1964 and 1969


County Florida
Item Unit 196 194 1969
_______________________________________1969 196419
Total farms . . . .. No. 402 439 35,586
Land in farms . . ... Acres 113,867 119,155 14,031,998
Average size of farms . .... Acres 283.2 271.4 394.3
Total cropland. . . ... Acres 49,005 54,830 3,774,119
Harvested cropland. . . ... Acres 22,393 28,771 2,234,036
Woodland a . . . Acres 46,470 54,528 3,814,187
Value of land and buildings per farm. $ $60,656 $36,409 $139,818
Number of farms:
Sales of $20,000 and over ...... No. 80 66 6,654
Sales of $10,000 to $19,999 . No. 46 83 3,335
Sales of $5,000 to $9,999 . No. 70 86 4,537
Sales of $2,500 to $4,999 . .. No. 50 60 5,570
Class 6 b . . . No. 42 44 2,659
Part-time c . . . No. 76 52 9,551
Part retirement . . .. No. 38 48 3,238
Abnormal e . . ... No. 0 0 42
Farm products sold:
Crops . . . ... $ 3,195,171 4,024,277 731,733,327
Livestock products. . .... $ 2,248,549 550,977 395,241,624
Forest products ........... $ 131,890 95,404 5,099,176
Total sales ............ $ 5,575,610 4,671,150 1,132,074,127
Average value sold per farm ..... $ 13,869 10,640 31,812


a
b Includes woodland pasture.
Value of products sold $50-$2,500
100 days or more during year.
Value of products sold $50-$2,500
days during year.
d Value of products sold $50-$2,500


and an operator under 65 yrs. who did not work off farm

and an operator under 65 yrs. who worked off farm 100


and an operator over 65 yrs.


e Institutional, experimental and research farms and those run by agencies.

Source: [16, pp. 185-192].














Table 21.--Basic labor market information, Hamilton County



Item March 1971 March 1972

Number -
Total population . . ... 7,800 7,800
Civilian labor force . . ... 2,780 3,100
Total unemployed . . ... 80 80
Unemployment rate, percent ...... 2.9 2.6
Total employment . . ... 2,700 3,020
Nonagricultural employment . .. 2,400 2,660
Wage and salary workers. ....... 2,040 2,260
Manufacturing. . . .. 260 380
Construction . . ... 140 20
Transportation and public utilities. 20 40
Wholesale and retail trade .. 300 320
Finance, insurance and real estate 20 20
Service and other wage and salary. 900 880
Government . . ... 400 600
All other nonagricultural. ..... 360 400
Agricultural employment. . ... 300 360
Self-employed and unpaid family workers. 200 260
Wage and salary workers (hired labor).'. 100 100


Source: [7 ].







22






Table 22.--Local government payrolls and employees for Hamilton County
area, October 1967 a


Item Payrolls and
employees

Payroll: Dollars
October payroll. . . .. 99,000
Education . . ... 71,000
Teachers only. . . 62,000
Functions other than education 28,000
Average monthly earnings, full time
employees:
Teachers . . . 590
Others . . . ... 280
Local government employees: Number
Total . . . . 257
Full time. . . ... 220
Part-time. . . ... 37
Full time equivalent employment. . 231
Education. ............ 130
Teachers only. . . ... 105
Functions other than education .. 101
Highways . . ... 19
Public welfare ....... 0
Hospitals. . . .... 29
Health . . .... .. .0
Police protection. . . 7
Fire protection. . .. 2

Sewerage . . ... 1
Sanitation other than sewerage 5
Parks and recreation . 1
Natural resources. . 4
Housing and urban renewal. . 0
Correction . . .. 2

Libraries . . . 0
Financial administration . 3
General control . . ... 19
Water supply . . .. 2
Other utilities. . .. 1
Other and unallocable. . 6


a In general, local governments account for somewhat more than
one-half of all civilian employment. Includes county and municipal
employees.

Source: [26, Table 20].














Table 23.--Employment and payroll of covered workers, Hamilton County,
1970

Employing Total Average
Industry units, quarter annual monthly
average payroll employment
Number Dollars Number
Agriculture, forestry, and
fisheries . .. 0 0 0
Mining . .. 0 0 0
Contract construction .. 4 305,581.79 52
Manufacturing ..... 15 737,913.26 214
Transportation, communica-
tion, electric, gas, and
sanitary services 0 0 0
Wholesale trade ... 5 178,440.54 29
Retail trade ..... 30 787,147.54 238
Finance, insurance and
real estate . 0 0 0
Services a ...... 10 329,161.89 96
State and federal govern-
ment ........ 0 0 0
Other nonmanufacturing. 7 5,353,657.57 675
Total, all industries 71 7,691,902.59 1,304

a Services include hotels and other lodging places, personal
services, miscellaneous business services, miscellaneous and auto repair
and services, motion pictures, amusement and recreation, medical and
health services, legal services, educational services, nonprofit.
membership organizations, miscellaneous services.
Source: [ 9, p. 65].






24






Table 24.--Payrolls for retail and wholesale trade, Hamilton County,
1967


Item Number


Retail trade:
Establishments . . . .
With payroll . . .
Payroll, entire year . . .
Paid employees, week including March 12.
Wholesale trade:
Establishments. . . .
Payroll, entire year .. . .
Paid employees, week including March 12.


97
60.8%
$824,000
259

7
$527,000
36


Source: [25, pp. 86-87].


Table 25.--Receipts and number of establishments for selected
services, Hamilton County, 1967


Selected services Number

Establishments .... . . .. 46
With payroll . . . 37.0%
Receipts:
Total, all establishments ... $959,000
Change in 1963-1967. . . ... 37.4%
Establishments with payroll. . .. 90.1%
Receipts, all establishments:
Motels, hotels, and camps. . ... .NA
Automotive repair and services . NA
Amusement and recreation including movies. NA
Establishments with payroll:
Payroll, entire year . . .. $294,000
Paid employees, week including March 12. 99

a Total includes kinds of businesses not shown separately.
Source: [25, p. 87].


j i j















Table 26.--Sales of retail and wholesale trade, Hamilton County, 1967


Trade


Retail trade:
Establishments with payroll . .
Total sales by establishments:
Food stores . . . .
Automotive dealers. . . .
General merchandise stores. . .
Eating and drinking places. . .
Gasoline service stations . .
Furniture, home furnishings, and equip-
ment stores . . . .
Building materials, hardware, farm equip-
ment dealers. . . . .
Apparel and accessory stores. . .
Drug stores and proprietary stores .
Total sales, all establishments a .
Change of sales from 1963-1967. . .
Wholesale trade:
Total sales ... . . . .
Merchant wholesalers. . .. .


Percent


90.8

25.4
19.5
2.4
4.6
32.7

2.2

0
NA
2.5
$9,908,000
72.4

$11,521,000
NA


a Total includes businesses not listed separately.
Source: [25, pp. 86-87].



Table 27.--Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Hamilton County


February
Item
1972 1973
- Dollars - -
Loans and discounts 3,098,000 3,158,000
Total depostis . ... 9,148,000 10,189,000
Time deposits ...... 4,842,000 5,435,000
Demand deposits .. 448,000 4,754,000


Source: [1, Table 6.202].













Table 28.--Motor vehicle tags by type of vehicle, Hamilton County,
1.971-72


Vehicle County Florida

- Number --
Passenger cars . .. 2,865 3,892,619
Buses . . .. 21 10,753
Trucks. . .. 1,355 592,860
Trailers . ... 428 691,834
Motorcycles. . 57 125,716
Demonstrators and miscellan-
eous . . .. .38 46,520
Total . . ... 4,764 5,360,302


Source: [I, Table 16.312].


Table 29.--Gasoline sold by fiscal year, Hamilton County



Fiscal year Volume


Gallons
1959-1960 .. . . 3,591,000
1967-1968 . . ... 8,245,000
1968-1969 . . ... 10,091,000
1969-1970 . . .. 13,175,000
1970-1971 . . .... 15,898,000
1971-1972 ............ 14,203,000

Source: [1, Table 7.192].






































PUBLIC SECTOR CHARACTERISTICS;

FINANCES, FACILITIES, SERVICES














Table 30.--Types of fuel used for heating, cooking, and water heating,
Hamilton County, 1970

House Water
Item H Water Cooking Total
heating heating

Fuel: - Number of units -
Utility gas . 572 186 487 1,245
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc? 355 0 26 381
Electricity . .. 119 1,211 726 2,056
Bottled, tank or LP gas 1,136 429 1,067 2,632
Other fuel . 262 0 138 400
No fuel . .. 0 618 0 618
Total . . .. 2,444 2,444 2,444 ---


alncludes also gasoline, alcohol and other combustible fuels.
bIncludes coal, coke, wood, and any fuel not separately listed.

Sources: [1, Table 8.692 and 19, Table 62].







Table 31.--Types of water supply and sewage disposal by housing units,
Hamilton County, 1970


Item Total

Water source: ; Number
Public system or private company 1,493
Individual well . . .... 1,020
Other . . . . 42
Total . . . . 2,555
Sewage disposal:
Public sewer . ... 980
Septic tank or cesspool . .. 1,248
Other . . . . 327
Total . . . . 2,555


Sources: [ 1,Table 8.692 and 19, Table 62].














Table 32.--Public assistance by program, Hamilton County


Cases or Payments
Program
P recipients Total Average
Number Dollars -
Old Age Assistance (72-73) 195 a162,996 69.66
Aid to the Blind (72-73) .. .8 a 7,194 74.94
Aid to the Disabled (72-73). 59 a 59,331 83.80
Aid to Families with Dependent a
Children (72-73) . 495 119,034 20.04
a
Total direct assistance. 757 348,555 38.37
Social Security (12-71). 1,170 94,000 96.00
Enrollment in Health Insurance
Program for the Aged
(Medicare, 1970) type:
Hospital and/or medical
insurance . ... 883 271,000 NA
Hospital insurance .. 870 207,000 NA
Supplementary medical insur. 839 64,000 NA
Old-Age, Survivors, Disability,
and Health Insurance Benefi-
ciaries (6-30-72):
Retired workers. ..... 521 62,000 NA
Disabled workers ..... 88 13,000 NA
Others b . .. 610 45,000 NA

a Average recipients per month.
b Dependents of retired and disabled workers, survivors, and
special age 72 beneficiaries.
Sources: [1, Tables 17.172, 17.392, 17.832; 25, p. 86, 10 p.12].


Table 33.--Tax base millages, Hamilton County, 1971


Type Tax base

Mills
Total general millage. . .. 18.81
County general millage . 6.81
School general millage . .. 12.00
Percent change in total general
millage 1971-70 . .. 25.74


Source: [1, Table 20.382].













Table 34.--Comparative analysis taxable valuation of property, Hamilton County, 1971


Property


Non-exempt real estate .
Personal property . .
Railroad, telegraph, and
private car lines .
Total all non-exempt value
Homestead exempt property.
All exempt property ex-
cluding homestead .. .
Total exempt property.. .
Total value all property .
Total 1971 taxes levied. .


County


City of J.e:--L


Doll % of total
Dollars --
Ik`'''


24,474,083
13,034,121

1,355,173
38,863,377
5,739,202

3,466,785
9,205,987
48,069,364
871,755


50.91
27.12

2.82
80.85
11.94

7.21
19.15
100.00
--


Dollars

1,911,040
1,332,176

95,017
3,338,233
930,000

1,196,430
2,126,430
5,442,453
33,164


Florida


% of total property


35.11
24.07

1.75
60.93
17.09

21.98
39.07
100.00


58.96
10.97

.50
70.43
11.62

17.95
29.57
100.00


Source: (12, pp. 5-8, 21-231.


1~~_~~_~


"----p~---- ----------~- -- s~s~














Table 35.--Assessed value of property subject to local government
property taxation, Hamilton County, 1971
-- --- -- -


Item


Gross assessed value (before partial
exemptions):
Total, including state-assessed property
Locally assessed property:
Real property . . .
Personal property . . .
Tax exempt proportion of locally assessed
value:
Real property . . ..
Personal property . . .
Assessed value subject to tax, after
deduction of partial exemptions:
Total . . . . .
State assessed property . .
Locally assessed property (total) .
Real property . . .
Personal property . . .
Percent of assessed value subject to tax
(total 100% for each area):
State assessed property . .
Locally assessed property:
Real property . . .
Personal property . . .


Assessed value


Dollars

51,969,000

39,222,000
11,392,000


5,834,000
3,000


46,132,000
1,355,000
44,777,000
33,388,000
11,389,000
Percent

2.9

72.4
24.7


Source: [28, Table 4].






32






Table 36.--Assessed valuation of non-exempt property as basis for
school taxes and fiscal data on effort to finance public
schools, Hamilton County, 1971-72


Item


Non-exempt assessed valuation of property:
1970-71 .. . . .
1971-72 . . . . .
County percent increase from 1962-1972 .
County percent of state total in 1972 ....
Valuation per pupil in average daily
attendance 1971-72. . . .
Percent of county revenue from local sources.
Required local effort per pupil in average
daily attendance(1971-72) . . .
Local effort required to participate in
Minimum Foundation Program (1971-72). .


Amount


$37,144,000
$38,863,000
921.84
.08

$19,373
19.67

$74.31

$159,000


Source: [1, Table 4.462].



Table 37.--Revenues for Hamilton County,,1971

-----~-------~I----~-~-- ~-


Item


Total millage .

Assessment:
Exempt . .
Non-exempt .
Ad valorem . .
Tax redemptions .
Special tax .. ..
Tax delinquent lands.
Utility . .
Cigarette tax .
Fees . .
Licenses and permits.
Fines and forfeitures
Investment . .
Federal revenue .
State revenue .
Other . .
Total revenue .


Revenue


9.76 mills

Dollars
9,205,987
38,865,570
362,523
808
0
0
0
6,102
38,476
2,536
117,507
25,799
14,359
317,159
46,496
931,774


Source: [6].


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Table 38.--Expenditures for Hamilton County, 1971


Expenditures Dollars


General government:
Current . . . . 163,058
Capital outlay. . . . 8,177
Total . . ... . . 171,215
Public safety:
Court . . . . . 47,843
Sheriff's office. . . ... 98,567
Other . . . ..... 8,018
Total .. . .. . 106,585
Public works. . . . ... 263,225
Health and welfare. . . . ... 83,518
Culture and recreation. . . . 8,662
Economic development. . . ... 24,192
Payments for debt service . . .. 73,628
Other ................. .. .42
Total expenditures. . . ... 758,910


Source: [6].














Table 39.--Revenues for city of Jasper, 1971


Revenues Unit City of Jasper
Total Per capital

Population ........ No. 2,221
City employees ...... No. 23 --
Exempt valuation .... $ $2,464,250 $1,109.52
Non-exempt valuation . $ $3,361,103 $1,513.33
Operating millage. ..... Mills 10.00 3.0
Total millage ...... Mills 10.00
Total ad valorem ..... $ 32,709 14.73
Utility service tax. ... $ 27,880 12.55
Franchise fees ...... $ 7,747 3.49
Utility fees . ... $ 77,498 34.89
Licenses and permits .. $ 6,520 2.94
Fines and forfeitures. $ 0 0
Investment income. ..... $ 0 0
Enterprise funds ..... $ 0 0
Other revenues . .. $ 4,959 2.23
State shared:
Cigarette tax. ..... $ 36,743 16.54
Gasoline tax ...... $ 700 .32
Total revenues . $. 194,756 87.69

Source: [6].














Table 40.--Expenditures for city of


Expenditures


General government .
Public safety . .
Public works . .
Health and welfare .
Culture and recreation .
Subsidies to enterprises .
Other expenses . .
Debt service . .
Total expenditures .
Debt:
Debt millage . .
General obligation bonds
Revenue bonds. . .
Other bonds . .
Total bonds . .
Enterprise funds:
Enterprise income. .
Enterprise expenditure .


City of Jasper


I Total


23,495
64,348
129,117
0
1,800
0
0
46,185
264,945


I Per capital


Dollars


0
0
776,000
0
776,000

68,929
56,959


10.58
28.97
58.13
0
.81
0
0
20.79
119.29

0
0
349.39
0
349.39

31.04
25.65


Source: [6].


Jasper, 1971


: :::.













Table 41.--Distributions to Hamilton County and municipalities from
state sources and state tax collections by major sources
of revenue, 1971-72

City
Item County Jasper Jennings
Jasper Jennings


Source of distribution
Total gasoline, special
fuel, and motor fuel tax
2 gas and special fuel
tax to State Board of
Admin. for County
Road Bonds. .. ..
7th gas and special
fuel tax .. .
8th motor fuel tax .
Auto mileage tax to Board
of Administration .
Beverage licenses ..
Mosquito control, state
matching . .
Gas and oil production tax
Insurance agents county


license tax .
Cigarette tax .
Other a . .
Total . .


Source of revenue
Sales of use tax .
Gasoline tax. . .
Motor vehicle licenses.
Racing taxes. . .
Cigarette taxes .
Documentary stamp taxes
Documentary stamp tax:
Surtax .
Hunting and fishing
licenses. . .
Occupational licenses .
Intangible licenses .
Total . . .


- Dollars - -


.635,048.16



381,964.16


224,156.94
28,927.06

11,600.43
669.60

0
0

S185.76
6,324.23
0
653,828.18


293,509.31
1,120,780.13
147,477.91
0
116,046.12
14,325.70

3,135.00
-
13,827.75
4,465.14
6,373.79
1,719,940.85


.18,235.75

25.00
315.40


0
41,293.34
0
59,869.49


.4,778.59

25.00
38.00


0
7,766.57
0
12,608.16


Other includes Firemen's
Police Officer's Retirement Fund.


Relief and Pension Fund and Municipal


Source: [4, pp. 368-369, 372-379, 364-365].


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Table 42.--Distributions to county schools from Minimum Foundation
and other foundation programs, Hamilton County, 1971-72


Item Distribution

General revenue appropriations: Dollars
Grades K-12:
Instructional salaries . .. .652,-316.00
Transportation . . ... 34,866.00
Other current expenses . ... 281,699.00
Educational improvement expenses 203,568.00
Average daily attendance supplement. 23,168.00
EIE school lunch supplement. .. 7,303.49
County school sales tax fund ... 61,310.00
Total K-12 (exclusive of capital out-
lay and debt service). . ... 1,264,230.49
Additional capital outlay . 0
Junior colleges . . .. 0
Driver education . . ... 2,764.80
Total from General Revenue Fund. .. 1,266,995.29
County Capital Outlay and Debt Service
School Fund:
Capital outlay . . ... .. 19,223.90
Board of Administration Debt Service 28,629.98
Interest on investments. .. .. 373.25
Total from Trust Fund. ... . 48,227.13
Total from state funds . . 1,315,222.42


Source: [4, p. 366-367].














Table 43.--Federal government distributions for school programs,
Hamilton County, fiscal year ending June 30, 1972


Program


Educational Aid Trust Funda . . .
Food and nutrition services:
Elementary and secondary education, aid to
counties . . . .
Manpower development:
Training, vocational education, aid to counties.
Total . . .


Distributions


Dollars
230,361.00


85,542.23

0
315,903.23


a Includes: Adult Basic Education Funds; Civil Defense, U.S.;
Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S.; Vocational Education Act of
1963; National Defense Education Act Funds; and Veterans, U.S. Funds.
b Does not include $41.3.12 cancellations and restorations.

Source: [4, p. 380].





Table 44.--Schools by type, Hamilton County



Type of schoola 1971-72 1972-73


Number -
Kindergarten only . .... 0 NA
Elementary only . . 4 NA
Elementary and high school:
Elementary and junior high. . 0 NA
Elementary and senior high. 0 NA
High school only:
Junior high .. . . 0 NA
Senior high . . .... 0 NA
Junior-senior high. . .... 0 NA
4-year high . . .. .1 NA
Total . . . 5 NA
Kindergartens counted as part of
elementary school . . .. .3 NA


a Elementary and secondary departments each counted as a school.

Source: [3].


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Table 45.--School enrollment by grade level and age, Hamilton County,
1970


School enrollment Enrollment

Number
Total enrolled, 3-34 years old .. 2,382
Nursery school .. . 7
Public . . 0
Kindergarten. . . ... 98
Public . . .... .. 91
Elementary, 1-8 years .. 1,516
Public . . . 1,510
High school, 1-4 years. . 730
Public .. . . . 730
College . . .. .31
Percent
Percent enrolled, 3-34 years old. 56.6
3 and 4 years old . .. 9.5
5 and 6 years old . ... 62.7
7 to 13 years old . ... 98.5
14 and 15 years old . .. 88.7
16 and 17 years old . .. 99.9
18 and 19 years old . .. 70.4
20 and 21 years old .... 3.5
22 to 24 years old . .... 5.0
25 to 34 years old . .. 2.2

Source: [24, Table 120].


Table 46.--Enrollment, average daily attendance, average daily member-
ship of pupils at close of year for the fiscal year 1971-72,
Hamilton County


Grades Enrollment Average daily Membership at
,Attendance Membership year
- - Number - -
Kindergarten 158 131 146 144
Grades 1-12. 2,333 2,006 2-,145 2,119
Grades 1-6 1,249 1,070 1,130 1,120
'Grades 7-9 .600 521 560 557
Grades 10-12 .484 415 455 442
Total . 2,491 2,137 2,291 2,263
Promoted, K-12 --- --- --- 2,167
Not promoted, K-12 -- --- --- 96

Source: [3, pp. 6, 8, 10].







40






Table 47.--Number of high school graduates continuing their education
and type of institution entered, Hamilton County, 1971


Item Graduates


Number
Total high school graduates . .. 124
Public .... . . .124
Private . . . .0
Continuing at junior college:
Public. . . . .. .31
Private. . . . .. .0
Continuing at senior college or university:
Public . . . 1
Private . . . . 1
Continuing at out-of-state college. 5
Continuing at technical, trade and other:
In Florida . . . 2
Out-of-state. . . .. 0


Source: [1, Table 4.922].







41







Table 48.--Instructional positions in public school system, Hamilton
County


Positions Fiscal year, 1971-72


Number
Supervisors of instruction (general
and special subjects) . . 2
Principals and supervising principals:
Kindergarten only . . .... 0
Elementary . . . 5
High school . . .... ... 2
Elementary and high school. . 0
Total principals. . . ... ... 7
Teachers:
Men:
Kindergarten. . . ... 0
Grades 1-6. . . ... . 6
Grades 7-9, . . . .. .19
Grades 10-12. . . .. .27
Women:
Kindergarten . . 6
Grades 1-6. . . ... 40
Grades 7-9 . . . .. 14
Grades 10-12. . . . 14
Total teachers. . . .. .126
Other instructional staff:
Librarians:
Grades 1-6 . . 3
Grades 7-12 . . .. 2
Guidance:
Grades 1-6 . . . 3
Grades 7-12 . . .. 3
Psychological and other:
Grades 1-6 . . 4 \
Grades 7-12 . . . 3
Total other instructional staff . 18
Other county-wide instructional personnel 3
Total full-time instructional personnel 156


SSource: [3, p. 12].














Table 49.--Pupil mobility in public schools during one year, grades
K-12, Hamilton County, 1971-72


Components of change Pupils



Number
Total enrollment . . .2,491
Withdrawals a . . 288
First-time entries b . .. 2,348
Transfers from out-of-state c. . 62
Transfers from other districts c 81

a May have been to enter another school in this or another state
or to leave school,
b Pupils who had not previously entered any other school during
the 1971-72 school year. First-time entries would be 100% of the
enrollment if no "new" pupils entered during the school year.
c Pupils who transferred during the 1971-72 school year, not
at the beginning of the year.
Source: [1, Table 4.192].


Table 50.--Characteristics of public school bus operations, grades
K-12, Hamilton County, 1971-72


Characteristic Unit Amount


Funds for pupil transportation. ... Dollars $81,028
Pupils transported at public expense. Percent 43.71
School bus mileage:
Morning trips . . .. Miles 541.90
Extra-curricularb .. . .. Miles 5,000
Pupils transported less than 2 miles. Percent 43.99
School bus drivers . . Number 23
Average monthly salary. . ... Dollars $209.78


a Combined mileage of all school buses,
figure gives approximate total daily mileage.
b Estimated.


one way. Doubling this


Source: [1, Tables 4.962, 4.982].










Table 51.--Summnary of revenues and expenditures of schools including
grades K-12, Hamilton County, fiscal year, 1972-73


Revenues and expenditures County State


Revenues
Federal sources, .
State sources .
Federal through state.
Local sources ..
Total revenue ....


Total noncevenue receipts. .
Remittances from other sources
Total revenue, and receipts. .
Transfers .
Beginning balances . .
Total revenues, receipts, trans-
fers, and balances . .
Adjustments to fund balance. .
Total revenues, receipts, trans-
fers, balances, and adjust-
ments . .
Remittances to other districts
and agencies . .
Total expenditures and remittances
Transfers. .. . ..
Ending balance . . .
Adjustments . .
Total expenditures, transfers,
reserves, balances and adjust-
ments . .
Expenditures
Administration .. ....
Current expenses, all funds:
Instruction . . .
Operation of plant . .
Maintenance of plant . .
Auxiliary services . .
Fixed charges. . .
Total current expenses (day
schools) . . .
Non-program schools. . .
Total current expenses (all
schools) . . .
Capital outlay . .
Debt service.. . .
Total expenditures (all funds)


I i I


Percent of total


.3
39.2
7.3
11.5
58.3
20.3
0
78.6
10.1
11.3

100.0
0


2.2
42.3
4.9
27.0
76.5
4.3
.1
80.8
2.9
16.3

99.9
0


Dollars

15,124.29
1,704,894.06
318,218.47
499,210.37
2,537,447.19
883,075.00
0
3,420,522.19
441,522.93
491,983.52

4,354,028.64
.20


4,354,028.84

0
2,751,997.12
441,522.93
1,153,770.16
6,738.63


4,354,028.84


130,780.19

1,520,991.03
95,813.92
57,614.40
179,441.32
174,565.30

2,159,206.16
0

2,159,206.16
375,950.42
216,840.54
2,751,997.12


0
63.2
10.1
26.5
.2


.1
78.0
2.9
2.9
16.1


100.0 100.0


4.8

55.3
3.5
2.1
6.5
6.3

78.5
0

78.5
13.7
7.9
100.0


2.4

62.4
6.0
2.7
5.6
7.4

86.6
.2

86.8
8.4
4.8
100.4


Source: [3, pp. 16, 18, 54, 56J,


100.0 100.0






44







Table 52.--Disbursements of the county government for welfare,
Hamilton County, fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1971


Social services Operating Capital
Social services
expenses outlay

Dollars -
Foster home care .. . .. .0 0
Federal commodities. . ... 17,411.41 40.00
Welfare administration . 1,920.00 0
Welfare services .. ...... 4,059.00 0
Mental health . .. .. .529.00 0
Tubercular care. . .. 747.50 0
State-county welfare participation 20,508.74 0
Health unit or department. .. 18,650.00 0
County cemetaries- . . 0 0
County hospitals . .. 20,000.00 0
Homes for infirm . .... .. 0 0
Parental homes . . 0 0
Juvenile or detention homes. 4.00 0
Neighborhood youth corps . 0 0
Legal aid .......... .. 0 0
Total . . . ... 83,869.70 40.00


Source: [5. pp. 46-49].


Table 53.--Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance, by
number of beneficiaries with monthly cash benefits in
current-payment status by age and sex, Hamilton County,
December, 1972


Beneficiaries by age and sex Number of
beneficiaries
Total ............ 1,220
Under age 60:
Under 18 years. . . ... 224
18-21 years . . 31
22-59 years . . .. .. 125
Age 60 and over:
Male . . . ... 376
Female. . . .... .464
60-61 years . .... .20
62-64 years . ... 126
65-71 years . . . 309
72 and over . .... 385


Source: [1, Table 17.192].













Table 54,---- -:run of Health, Education, and Welfare: Domestic
a sJ~i-ce program recipients and funds obligated,
,FII!r-toni- County, fiscal 1973


Food and E r
Health service
rion ,
National i\
Office nf E: -
Office of the
Social and Re. B
Social Securiv
Special ijiL'
Total.


Source; "


i .ion . .
c-i'tal Health Administra-

S alt . .
Health . .


1i-on Service.
-*- is ltration .


Table 55.--A -: : .' id by food stamp recipients, bonus, total and
v a :;;iiue of food stamps for the month of January,
9il. ton County


p.eiciients Number


Households . . .
Persons . .
Amount paid ,y ens. . .'
Bonus (free) . .
Total vale e . . .
Average stamp v a i. per household. .

a
increase :ooj uurchasing power.

Source: [, Table 17.842].


307
984
$9,655
$14,472
$24,127
$78.59


Dollars


0

39,032
0
112,282
0
810,536
1,905,011
0
2,866,861


---


-





46







Table 56.--Professionals,in state licensed health occupations,
Hamilton County, May, 1971


Personnel


Medical doctors . .
Doctors of osteopathy .
Dentists . . .
Registered nurses . .
Licensed practical nurses .
Pharmacists . .
Dentalhygienist . .
Chiropractors . .
Veterinarians . .
Optometrists. . .
Physical therapists ..

Opticians . . .
Sanitarians . .
Nursing home administrators
Psychologists . .
Podiatrists . .
Naturopaths . .


Total


Number per
1,000
population


- Number -
2 .25
0 --
1 .13
20 2.50
5 .63

3 .38
0 --
1 .13
0 --
0 --
0 --
0 --
1 .13
1 .13
0 --
0 --
0 --


Source: [llp. 18].




Table 57.--Existing medical facilities, number of beds, Hamilton
County, 1971


Medical facility Facilities Beds


Number -
General hospitals . . .. 1 32
Long-term care facilities . .. 0 0
Nursing homes . . .. 1 60
Tuberculosis hospitals. ..... .0 0
Homes for the aged. . ... 0 0
Diagnostic or treatment centers 0 0
Rehabilitation facilities .. 0 0
Public health centers a .. 1 NA


a Includes principal units and auxiliary facilities.

Source: [1, Table 3.532].


I












Table 58.--Resident deaths from certain causes, 1972, and incidence
of certain reportable diseases, 1971, Hamilton County


Cause of death and incidence of disease County Florida


Cause of death:
Cardiovascular:
Heart disease. . . .
Vascular lesions of central nervous
system . . . .
Aortic aneurism and certain arterial
disease. . . . .
General arteriosclerosis . .
Cancer . . . . .
Diabetes mellitus. . . .
Cirrhosis of the liver . . .
Respiratory diseases:
Tuberculosis . . . .
Influenza and pneumonia. . .
Bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma. .
Maternal deaths. . . .
Violent deaths:
Motor vehicle accidents. . .
Other accidents. . . .
Suicides . . . .
Homicides. . . . .
Total deaths from all causes . .
Incidence of disease:
Chicken pox. . . . .
German measles . . . .
Gonorrhea. . . . .
Hepatitis, infectious. . . .
Influenza. . . . .
Measles . . . .
Mumps . . . . .
Salmonellosis . . ..
Streptococcal, infectious . ...
Syphilis . . . .
Tuberculosis . . . .


- Number -


26

8

0
3
15
3
1

0
4
3
0


3
4
0
2
72


0
0
12
0
0
0
0
2
0
5
0


30,626

9,289

1,210
1,088
15,979
1,384
1,447

223
2,195
1,627
23


2,415
2,312
1,112
968
71,898


2,594
1,818
30,659
2,191
9,634
2,365
2,995
1,517
8,370
3,651a
1,551b


a Includes 53 state and federal prison-hospital patients.
b Includes 34 state and federal prison-hospital patients.

Source: [1, Tables 3.292, 3.282].














Table 59.--Admissions of patients to the state mental hospital
system, by type of admission, Hamilton County, 1972


Admissions County Florida

Number -
Rate of admissions per 100,000 civilian
population a . .. 179.5 75.8
Type of admissions:
Total .. . . . .14 5,472
County Court . . ... 13 3,760
Criminal and circuit court .. 0 531
Certified. . . .. 0 713
Voluntary. . . ... 1 387
Other . . . ... 0 81


a1972 population estimates by Bureau of the Census.
Source: [1, Table 3.632].

































MISCELLANEOUS














Table 60.--Areas of selected places, Hamilton County, 1960


Area Population, 1960
Location Total Land Inan Total Pesq.'
Total Mle
Square miles Number -
Hamilton County . 515 514.2 .8 7,705 15.0
Jasper division 260.1 260.1 0 4,337 16.7
Jasper . .. 1.1 1.1 0 2,103 1,911.8
Remainder of div. 259.0 259.0 0 2,234 8.6
Jennings division 158.8 158.8 .8 2,025 12.8
White Springs div. 96.1 96.1 0 1,343 14.0


Source: [15, p.7].








Table 61.--Farms, land in farms, and land use, by size of farm,
Hamilton County, 1969

Farms with harvested cropland
Farms Farms Total rotal acres Acres of
Sinota farms harv. cropl.
Number Acres - Number -
All farms. 402 113,867 331 105,066 22,393
Farms with:
1-9 acres. 34 136 20 85 63
10-49 acres 57 1,891 39 1,225 368
50-69 acres 22 1,246 20 1,135 289
70-99 acres 40 3,149 29 2,274 603
100-139 acres 35 4,065 35 4,065 1,194
140-179 acres 36 5,591 26 4,028 1,400
180-219 acres 27 5,344 21 4,141 1,195
220-259 acres 29 6,828 26 6,110 1,166
260-499 acres 63 23,376 59 21,620 4,910
500-999 acres 40 27,137 37 25,279 5,010
1,000-1,999 13 16,704 13 16,704 4,047
'2,000 and over 6 18,400 6 18,400 2,148

Source: [16, p. 185].














Table 62.--Forest land area: Hamilton County, 1970


Type of land County Florida


Thousands of acres -
All land . . ... 329.0 35,179.4
Forest land:
Commercial . ... 252.2 16,231.6
Unproductive . ... 0 1,606.9
Productive reserved .. .. 1.1 94.4
Total. .......... .253.3 17,932.9
Non-forest land. . ... 75.7 17,246.5


Source: [1, Table 11.362].


Table 63.--Farm sales of
and 1964


forest products,


Hamilton County, 1969


1969 1964
Forest products Farms Sales Farms ales
reporting reporting aes

Number Dollars Number Dollars
Standing timber or trees 4 13,497 30 34,804
Firewood and fuelwood 0 0 NA NA
Sawlogs and veneer logs. 2 a NA NA
Pulpwood . . 30 98,788 NA NA
Other forest products. 1 a NA NA

aData withheld to avoid disclosure of information for individual
farms.
Source: 16 p. 192].














Table 64.--Weather data, Jasper Weather Station, Hamilton County,
1973

Total Temperature
Month precipitation Average Low High

Inches Degrees Farenheit -
January ..... ... 5.43 52.8 21 80
February . 3.48 50.3 25 74
March. . 7.47 63.5 22 87
April. .. .. 17.75 64.5 39 84
May .... ... 4.81 72.0 46 93
June ..... 6.04 79.0 61 93
July . .. 1.63 81.2 66 95
August 8.24 80.1 64 96
September. 5.90 79.6 64 94
October. .85 69.6 33 91
November .. 2.19 63.2 28 85
December 0 50.9 21 77


Source: [30, p. 2-3].










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