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    Abstract
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    List of Tables
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    General social and economic characteristics of the population
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    Housing characteristics
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    Economy and labor force characteristics
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    Health, education, and public welfare data
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:,I WV. 16. 1, In I -W
R. O. Coppedge


LLC.PIUIJIIIIL III1IrlDErUIIIJITL)


Report 14


Franklin


County,


Florida,


Information for Rural

Development:


Population,


Housing, Economy,


Labor


Force,


Public Sector*

SjHUi7 LIBRARY
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Sl AS. Univ. of F1orida


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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


October 1977


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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 develop-
ment, data, information.









This publication is one of several similar reports in which data re-
lating to rural development in various counties in Florida are presented.
It is a contribution from the Center for Rural Development in the Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Florida.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS



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LIST OF TABLES . . . . .. . . ii

GENERAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION .. 1

HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS .... .. . .... .. 9

ECONOMY AND LABOR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS . . ... 17

LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHARACTERISTICS . .. . . .31

HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND PUBLIC WELFARE DATA ..... .... 43

SOURCES . . . .. . 67




LEGEND

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


W. Kerrywas a research assistant in food and resource economics.
R. 0. Coppedgewas an extension resource economist and assistant professor
of food and resource economics.


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LIST OF TABLES


Table

1 Population characteristics: age by race and rural
residence, Franklin County., 1970 . . .

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

3 Projections of persons aged 60 and over and 75 and
over in Franklin County by averaging the increase
over the last 20 years . .. . . .

4 Components of population change for Franklin County
and Florida . . . . . .

5 Selected population characteristics, Franklin County,
City of Apalachicola, and County Subdivisions, 1970

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

7 Housing characteristics, Franklin County, 1970 .

8 Characteristics of all occupied units in urban and
rural areas, Franklin County, 1970 . . .

9 Housing occupancy and facilities, Franklin County,
1970 . . . . . . .

10 Housing profile, City of Apalachicola, 1950, 1960,
and 1970 . . . . . .

11 Financial characteristics of housing for Franklin
County, 1970 . . . . . .

12 Subsidized housing and number of Section 235 home
mortgages, Franklin County, 1970 . . .

13 Number of public housing units as of December 31, 1971

14 Types of fuel used for heating, cooking, and water
heating, Franklin County, 1970 . . .

15 Types of water supply and sewage disposal by housing
units, Franklin County, 1970 . . . .

16 Basic labor market information, Franklin County .

17 Labor force and occupational characteristics,
Franklin County, 1970 . . . .


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34 Assessed valuation of non-exempt property as basis for
school taxes and fiscal data on effort to finance
public schools, Franklin County, 1972-73 . .


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18 People in labor force by age and sex, Franklin
County, 1970 . . . . . ..

19 Last occupation of experienced unemployed persons,
Franklin County, 1970. .. . .

20 Industry group of employed persons, Franklin
County,.1970 . . . . . .

21 Local government payrolls and employees for
Franklin County area, October 1967 . . .

22 Employment and payroll of workers covered by
unemployment compensation, Franklin County, 1972 . .

23 Median earnings of persons in experienced civilian
labor force for selected occupation groups, Franklin
County, 1969 . . . . . .

24 Personal income on place of work basis, Franklin
County, 1971 . . . . . .

25 Income and poverty data, total and Black, Franklin
County, 1970 . ... . . . .

26 Payrolls for retail and wholesale trade, Franklin
County, 1967 . . . . . .

27 Receipts and number of establishments for selected
services, Franklin County, 1967 . . . .

28 Sales of retail and wholesale trade, Franklin
County, 1967 . . . . . ..

29 Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Franklin
County . . . . . . .

30 Motor vehicle tags by type of vehicle, Franklin
County, fiscal year 1973 . . . . .

31 Gasoline sold by fiscal year, Franklin County . .

32 Assessed value of property subject to local
government property taxation, Franklin County,. 1971 .

33 Comparative analysis taxable valuation of property,
Franklin County, 1971 . . . . .


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35 Tax base millages, Franklin County, 1971 ... . .. 29

36 Millage and other associated facts for Franklin
County and selected cities, 1973 . . .... 30

37 Financial Statistics of Revenue for Franklin
County area and Franklin County government, fiscal
year 1972-73 . . . ....... . 31

38 Financial statistics of revenue for the cities of
Apalachicola and Carrabelle, fiscal year 1972-73 .. .. .. 32

39 Financial Statistics of Expenditures for the Franklin
County area and Franklin County government, fiscal
year 1972-73 . . . . .. . .. 33

40 Financial Statistics of Expenditures for the cities
of Apalachicola and Carrabelle, fiscal year 1972-73 .. 34

41 Distributions to Bay County and municipalities from
state sources and state tax collections by major
sources of revenue, 1973-74 ............... .. 35

42 Distributions to county schools from Florida Education
Finance Program and other programs, Franklin County,
1973-74 . . . . . . 37

43 Summary of revenues and expenditures of schools
including grades K-12, Franklin County, fiscal
year, 1973-74 . . . . . . 38

44 Classroom teacher salary ranges by rank of certificate
in public elementary and secondary schools in a five
county area for the 1973-74 school year ... 39

45 Schools by type, Franklin County . . ... 39

46 School enrollment by grade level and age, Franklin
County, 1970 . . . . . . 40

47 Enrollment, average daily attendance, average daily
membership of pupils at close of year for the fiscal
year 1972-73, Franklin County . . . .. 41

48 Number of high school graduates continuing by type of
institution entered, Franklin County, 1973 . . .. 41

49 Pupil mobility in public schools during one year,
grades K-12, Franklin County, 1972-73 . . .. 42

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






Table


51 Instructional positions in public school system,
Franklin County . . . . . .


52 Public assistance by program, Franklin County . ... 44


53 Disbursements of the county government for welfare,
Franklin County, fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1972

54 Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance,
by number of beneficiaries with monthly cash benefits
in current-payment status by age and sex, Franklin
County, December 1973 . . . .


55 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Domestic
assistance program recipients and funds obligated,
Franklin County, fiscal 1973 . . . .

56 Amount paid by food stamps recipients, bonus, total and
average value of food stamps for the month of January
1973, Franklin County . . . . .

57 Professionals in state licensed health occupations,
Franklin County, 1973 . . . . .

58 Existing medical facilities, number of beds, Franklin
County, 1971 . . . . . .

59 Resident deaths from certain causes, Franklin County and
Florida, 1973 . . . . . ..

60 Admissions of patients to the state mental hospital system,
by type of admission, Franklin County, July 31, 1973-June
30, 1974 . . . . . .

61 Incidence of disease in Franklin County and Florida,
1972 . . . . . . .


62 Offenses constituting the crime index, Franklin
County, 1972 . . . . .

63 Commitment to correctional institutions by race and
sex, Franklin County, 1972-73... . . .

64 Areas and population facts of selected places,
Franklin County, 1960... . . . .

65 Forest land area: Franklin County, 1970 . .

66 Land area, non-inventory and inventory acreages,
Franklin County, 1958-1967 . . .


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67 Land acres by land and capability classes, Franklin
County, 1967 ............... .... . 54

68 Average temperatures, total precipitation and
departures for normal for Franklin County, 1973 ... 55

69 Temperature extremes and freeze data for Franklin
County, 1973 . . . . 56

70 Weather data, Madison Weather Station, Franklin
County, 1973 . ... ............. . 57



































GENERAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION











Table l.--Population characteristics: age by race and rural residence,
Franklin County,.1970

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

- Number - -

Under 5 years. . 585 134 303
5-9 . . 726 171 387
10-14. . . ... 741 181 381
15-19. . . ... 589 127 298
20-24. . . ... 454 64 249
25-29. . . ... 374 46 231
30-34. . . .. 348 38 238 '
35-39. . . .. 332 56 184 -
40-44. . . .. 339 63 168
.5-49.. ... 356 59 202

50-54. ...... 371 70 193
55-59. . ... 393 64 240
60-64. . . .. 372 77 218
F & over. . ... 1,085 173 671
Total. . .. 7,065 1,323 3,963
Median age ...... ... 30.9 NA NA


Source: [34].


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Table 2.--Population estimates by age and race for Franklin County
and the.State: July 1,.1973


Age group County Florida


- Number - -


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 .
S25-44 years .
45-64 years .
65 and over .
All ages. .


2,013
1,221
1,515
1,549
1,200
7,497

1,543
974
1,317
1,288
1,010
6,131


470
247
197
261
190
1,366


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: [3].







Table 3.--Projections of persons aged 60 and over and 75 and over in
Franklin County by averaging.the increase over the last.20 years

60 years 75 years
Years and projections and over and over

Number -

1950 . . . . 720 144
1970. . . . . 1,457 428
Average annual increase . .. 36.85 14.2
Projections:
1975 . . .. 1,641 499
1980 . . . .. 1,826 570
1983 . . . .. 1,936 613

Source: [18].



Table 4.--Components of population change for Franklin County and
Florida

Item County Florida

Number -

Population:
Census (1970) . . ... 7,065 6,790,929
Estimate (1973) . . .. 7,497 7,845,092
a
Components of change:
Total change.. . . 432 1,054,163
Births . . . 378 366,528
Deaths ... . . 283 258,453
Natural increase . 95 108,075
Net migration . . .. 337 946,088
Migration as percentage of 1973
estimate . . 4.50 12.06


aApril 1, 1970 to July 1, 1973.

Births minus deaths.

CTotal change minus natural increase.

dNet migration divided by 1973 population estimate times 100.


Source: [3].


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Table 5.--Selected population characteristics, Franklin County, City of Apalachicola, and County Subdivisions,
1970


Characteristics


Population.
Sex:


Male. .
Female.
Race:
White
Black .
Other
Age:


Under 18 years.
18 to 64 years.
65 years and over


In group quartersa .

Households:
Total . ..
Black and other .
Population in households:
Total . . .
Black and other .


Apalachicola Carrabe]
Division Divisic

3,959 1,732

1,896 835
2,063 897

2,744 1,630
1,205 101
10 1

38.2 25,
50.2 46
11.6 28

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1,258 742
353 36

3,952 1,731
1,208 102


Apalachicola County
Division


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1,374 3,102

698 1,446
676 1,656

1,356 1,892
17 1,201
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37.0 8.3
52.9 88.0
10.1 3.7




429 NA
5 NA

1,374 3,095
18 NA


aAll living arrangements other


than households.


Source: [32, Table 33].


7,065

3,429
3,636

5,730
1,323
12


34.7
49.9
15.4


2,429
394

7,057
1,328






Table 6.--Years of school completed for population
total and Black,.Franklin County, 1970


25 years and older,


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

- -Number- Percent

Total population:
No school years com-
pleted . ... .69 29 98 2.5
Elementary:
1 to 4 years. 201 187 388 9.7
5 to 7 years. 311 321 632 15.9
8 years ..... 284 343 627 15.7
High school:
1 to 3 years. 404 428 832 20.9
4 years ... 403 563 966 24.3
College:
1 to 3 years. 109 146 255 6.4
4 years or more 106 76 182 4.6
Total . . 1,887 2,093 3,980 100.0
Median school years com-
pleted . .. 9.6 10.2 NA


Percent high school
graduates . .. 32.8 37.5 NA

Number Percent

Black population:
No school years com-
pleted . .. 29 14 43 6.6
Elementary:
1 to 4 years. 92 110 202 30.8
5 to 7 years. .. 49 64 113 17.2
8 years ..... 42 59 101 15.4
High school:
1 to 3 years. 29 50 79 12.0
4 years ..... 38 38 76 11.6
College:
1 to 3 years. 7 7 14 2.1
4 years or more 11 17 28 4.3
Total . .. 297 359 656 100.0
Median school years com-
pleted . 6.1 7.4 NA


Percent high school
graduates . .. 18.9 17.3 NA


Source: [34, Tables 120, 125].


































HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS


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Table 7.--Housing characteristics, Franklin County, 1970


Percent of
Characteristic Number
total unit.


Units built before 1940. . ... 923 30.6
Units lacking some or all plumbing 603 20.0
Units with incomplete kitchen facilities
or used by another household ..... 332 11.0
Units with 1.01 or more persons per
room . . ... .. 289 11.9
Substandard units. . . 399 16.4

Value/rent ratios:
Number of units valued at 2.5 times
or more the owners' incomes. ... 456 -30.4
Number of units renting for 25% or
more of the renters' incomes 260 42.1.

Median household income ... .. .... $3,389

Median number of persons in:
All occupied units . 2.3 -
Owner occupied units . ... 2.3 -
Renter occupied units. ... . 2.6 -

Ratio of number of poverty level fam-
ilies per subsidized housing unit. 8.9:1

Number of subsidized housing units:
Owner occupied . . .. 0 0.0
Renter occupied. . . .. 64 10.2

Source: [18].


Table 8.--Characteristics of all occupied units in urban and rural
areas, Franklin County, 1970


Characteristic of occupied unit Urban Rural Total

-Number- -
Lacking one or more plumbing facility. 235 771 1,006
1.51 or more persons per room. . ... 43 46 89
Lacking one or more plumbing facility and/
or having 1.51 or more persons per room:
Number . . . .. 251 291 542
Percent of total units ... 25.5 20.1 22.3
Total occupied units . . .. 983 1,446 2,429

Source: [23].


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Table 9.--Housing occupancy and facilities, Franklin County, 1970 .

Item .Rural Total-

Number 'Percent

Occupancy:
All housing units. .... ... 2,308 3,409 67.7
Vacant-seasonal and migratory. 392 392 100.0
Owner occupied . . .. 1,156 1,801 64.2
Renter occupied. . ... 290 628 46.2
Vacant year round ...... .. 470 588 79.9

Population in housing units. ... 3,889 7,062 55.1
Per unit . . .. 2.7 2.9 --
Owner occupied .. ... .. .2.7 2.9
Renter occupied. . ... 2.7 2.9 -

Persons per room, all occupied units 1,446 2,429 59.5
1.00 persons or less . .. 1,321 2,153 61.4
1.01 to 1.50 persons or less .79 187 42.2
1.51 or more . . .46 89 51.7

Facilities:
Lacking some or all plumbing
facilities . . .. 307 603 50.9
Telephone available. . ... 822 1,501 54.8
Air conditioning . .. 684 950 72.0
Median number of rooms. 4.2 4.5 --
Median value $5,800 $6,000 -
Median gross rent . . $ 62 $ 60 --


aAll white.


Owner occupied units.


CSpecified renter occupied; excludes one family homes on 10 acres
or more.


Source: [29, Tables 60, 61, 62].


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Table 10.--Housing profile, City of Apalachicola, 1950, 1960, and.1970


Change
Item 1950 1960 1970 1960 to 1970


-- -Number- - Percent

Population. . 3,222 3,099 3,102 0.0
Total housing units 1,108 1,057 1,099 4.0
Total occupied. .. 1,002 970 993 2.4
Owner occupied. .. 616 623 659 5.8
Renter occupied 386 347 334 3.7
Total Black
occupied ..... 398 349 350 0.0
Black owner
occupied. ..... 216 210 209 Q.0
Black renter
occupied. ...... 182 139 141 1.4
Vacant. . ... 105 87 106 21.8
Single family .. NA NA NA NA
Multi-family. .. NA NA NA NA
Mobile homes. ... 2 NA 9 NA
Public housing. .. 0 0 0 NA
Persons per house-
hold. . ... NA NA 3.12 NA

Persons per occupied
unit:
City of Apalachi-
cola. . .. 2.7 3.2 3.10 3.1
Franklin County 2.9 3.1 2.9 6.5
Florida . .. 2.8 3.1 2.9 6.5


a1960 data listed as "nonwhite."


Sources: [27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33].






Table ll.--Financial characteristics of housing for Franklin County, 1970


Item Rural Total


-Number of units- ....
Contract renta
Less than $30. . ... .66 198
$30 to $39 . . . .29 89
$40 to $59 . . .. .44 115
$60 to $79 . . ... 36 78
$80 to $99 . . ... 11 16
$100 to $149 . . .. 4 9
$150 or more . . 0 0
No cash rent ........ .. 90 1-13
Total renter occupied. . ... 280 618
Median rent. . . .. 40 36

Value
Less than $5,000 . ...... .375 573
$5,000 to $9,999 . . .. .324 595
$10,000 to $14,999 . .... ... 109 182
$15,000 to $19,999 . . 33 85
$20,000 to $24,999 . .. .28 33
$25,000 to $34,999.. ..... ... .18 23
$35,000 or more. . .... .5 5
Total owner occupied . .892 1,496
Median value . . .. $5,800 $6,000


aExcludes one family homes on 10 acres or more.


Limited to one family homes on less than 10 acres and
on property.


no business


Source: [29].


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Table 12.--Subsidized housing and number of Section 235
Franklin County, 1970


home mortgages,


Item Number
Subsidized rental units (under management,
construction, or commitment, all programs). .... 64
Units in insured projects eligible for rent
supplement (under management or commitment) .. .. 0
Families with income less than poverty level . ... 568
Mean family income. . . . . .. .2,126
Section 235 home mortgages:
In 1969 . . . . . . 0
In 1970 . . . . .. . 0
In 1971 . . . . . 0
In 1972a. . . . . .. . 0
Total . . . . . . 0
aThe count is for only six months.
Source: [23].

Table 13.--Number of public housing units as of December 31, 1971
Housing unit Number
Total . . . . . .. 64
Elderly . . . . . 0
Under development:
Preconstruction. . . . .0
Construction . . . . . 0
Under management . . . . .. 64
Elderly . . . . . .0
Source: [23].


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Table 14.--Types of fuel used for heating, cooking, and water heating,
Franklin County, 1970

House Water
Fuel he g heating Cooking Total
heating heating

- -Number of units- - -

Utility gas.. .. .. 154 96 158 408
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 472 19 23 514
Electricity . ... 175 1,213 874 2,262
Bottled, tank or LP gas.. 1,590 808 1,458 3,856
Other fuel . .. 139 0 0 139
No fuel. . . 0 394 17 411
Total. . . ... 2,530 2,530 2,530 --


aIncludes also gasoline, alcohol and other combustible fuels.-

bIncludes coal, coke, wood, and any fuel not separately listed.

Sources: [1, Table 8.692].






Table 15.--Types of water supply and sewage disposal by housing units,
Franklin County, 1970


Item


Water source:
Public system or private company.
Individual well. . .
Other . . . .
Total . . . .


Sewage disposal:
Public sewer . .
Septic tank or cesspool .
Other . . .
Total . . .


Total


Number


1,876
1,068
69
3,013


1,405
1,312
296
3,013


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Table 17.--Labor force and occupational characteristics, Franklin .County,
1970


Labor force characteristics County Cityo State
Apalachicola


- --Number- -

Total labor force, 16 yrs. and
over . . ... 2,603 1,119 2,621,554
Male . . .. 1,599 640 1,609,360
Female. . . .... 1,004 479 1,012,194
Civilian labor force. . .. 2,580 1,106 2,521,245
Number employed . .... 2,484 1,025 2,426,268
Percent employed. ...... 96.3 92.7 96.2
Number unemployed ....... 96 81 94,977
Percent unemployed. ...... 3.7 7.3 3.8
Occupation of employed:
Professional, technical, and
kindred workers ..... 187 107 335,254
Managers and administrators
except farm . . .. .221 98 228,885
Sales workers . .... 176 67 211,110
Clerical and kindred. ..... 177 96 433,434
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred
workers .... . .. 194 62 351,331
Operatives, except transport. 586 220 209,699
Transport equipment operatives. 78 5 88,895
Laborers, except farm ..... .563 182 127,186
Farmers and farm managers .... 14 -- 16,566
Farm laborers and farm foremen. 15 6 60,747
Service workers, except private
household ... . . 207 116 303,620
Private household workers . 66 66 59,541
Total . . . 2,484 1,025 2,426,268


Source: [34, Tables 117, 118, 121, 122].







Table 16.--Basic labor market information, Franklin County


Item March, 1971 March, '1972


- -- -Number- - -

Total population. . . ... 7,100 7,200
Civilian labor force . ... 2,220 2,220
Total unemployed. . . 160 200
Unemployment rate, percent. ... 7.2 9.0
Total employment. . . 2,060 2,020
Nonagricultural employment. . 2,000 1,940
Wage and salary workers . .. 1,460 1,420
Manufacturing . . .. 240 260
Construction. .............. 0 .20
Transportation and public utilities 120 40.
Wholesale and retail trade. ... 440 440
Finance, insurance, and real estate 40 40
Service and other wage and salary 240 240
Government. . . .. .380 380
All other nonagricultural ...... 540 520
Agricultural employment . . 60 80
Self-employed and unpaid family work-
ers . . . . 40 60
Wage and salary workers (hired labor) 20 20


Source: [13].










Table 18.--People in labor force by age and sex, Franklin County, 1970

a
Age category Malea Femaleb

-Percent- -

14 and 15 years old. . . 0.0 9.8
16 and 17 years old ......... 30.8 30.3
18 and 19 years old. . ... 67.0 37.9
20 and 21 years old. . ... 81.4 34.1
22 to 24 years old . . .. 79.3 57.8

25 to 34 years old . . .. 95.1 57.1
35 to 44 years old . . 88.7 49.0
45 to 64 years old . ... 84.0 50.2
65 years and over. . . ... 19.4 8.3
Total civilian labor force 16 years and
over . . . . 69.2 39.2


percent of total male labor force in respective age category.

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

Source: [34, Table 121].




Table 19.--Last occupation of experienced unemployed persons, Franklin
County, 1970


Last occupation of experienced
unemployed 16 yrs. old and over



Professional, technical and managerial
workers. . . . .
Sales workers. . . . .
Clerical and kindred workers . .
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers.
Operatives including transport
Laborers, except farm. . . .
Farm workers . . . .
Service workers including private house-
hold . . . . .
Total. . . . ...


1-


aIncludes persons who last worked more
shown separately.


Total


- -Number- -


than 10 years ago, not


~-C I






Industry ..... ... .Total ... ....Black
-'-Number- -

Total employed, 16 yrs. and older. . ... 2,484 369
Agriculture, forestry and fisheries. ... 655 116
Mining . . ..... .. 6 6
Construction . ... .. .... 129 17
Manufacturing:
Durable goods:
Furniture, lumber, and wood products 62 13
Metal industries . . .. 0 0
Machinery except electrical. ... 0 0
Electrical machinery, equipment supplies 5 0
Transportation equipment ...... ... 6 0
Other durable goods. . .... 24 0
Nondurable gdods:
Food and kindred products. . ... 252 6
Textiles and fabricated textile products 5 .0
Printing, publishing and allied
industries . . . 0 0
Chemicals and allied products. . 4 0
Other nondurable goods . . 127 34
Total manufacturing industries ... 485 53
Railroad and railway express services. 0 0
Trucking services and warehousing. ... .. 0 0
Other transportation . . .... ... 9 0
Communications . . . .. .0
Utilities and sanitary services. ... .39 9
Wholesale trade. . . . ... 244 17
Food, bakery, and dairy stores ..... .. .. 93 3
Eating and drinking places . .... ... 63 18
General merchandise retailing. .... ... 9 0
Motor vehicle retailing and service stations 52 0
Other retail trade . . . .. 92 6
Banking and credit agencies. . ... .. 23 0
Insurance, real estate and other finance 42 0
Business and repair. . . .. 20 4
Private households . . . .. 66 58
Other personal services. . . ... 66 15
Entertainment and recreation . ... 15 0
Hospitals. . . . ... :. 56 8
Health services, except hospitals. ... 4 0
Education, government. .... . 144
Education, private . . . .. 6 33
Other education and kindred. . ... 0
Welfare, religious, and other nonprofit
membership organizations . .... ... 17 0
Legal, engineering, and miscellaneous
professions. . . . ... 25 0
Public administration. . . ... 124 6


Source: [34. Tables 123. 1~71.


aIncludes not specified manufacturing industries.








Table 21.--Local government payrolls and employees for Franklin County
area, October, 1967


Payrolls and
Item
Employees


Dollars
Payroll:
October payroll . . ... 99,000
Education . . . 62,000
Teachers only. . . .. 44,000
Functions other than education .. 37,000
Average monthly earnings, full time
employees:
Teachers . . . .... 552
Others . . . . 294

Number
Local government employees:
Total. . . ... . 323
Full time. . . . ... 264
Part-time. . . . ... 59
Full time equivalent employment. . 268
Education . ... .... .. 131
Teachers only. . . ... 79
Functions other than education . 137
Highways . . . ... 20
Public welfare . . . 0
Hospitals. . . ... 36
Health . . ..... ... 4
Police protection. .. . 13
Fire protection. . .. . 1
Sewerage . ........ .. 3
Sanitation other than sewerage 6
Parks and recreation . ... 0
Natural resources. . . 2
Housing and urban renewal. . 2
Corrections. . . ... 0
Libraries. . . . 1
Financial administration . 6
General control . . ... 32
Water supply . . .. 5
Other local utilities . ... .
Other and unallocable. . . 6
Full time state government employees . 75



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


Source: [36, Table 20].









Table 22.--Employment and payroll of workers covered by unemployment
compensation, Franklin.County, 1972. .. .........

Employing Total Average
Industry units, quarter annual monthly
average payroll employment

Number Dollars Number
Agriculture, forestry, and
fisheries. . . 17 416,013 70
Mining . . . 0 0 0
Contract construction. 81 1,375.873 241
Manufacturing. . 39 798,642 239
Transportation, communication,
electric, gas, and sanitary
services . . .. 11 142,011 38
Wholesale trade. ... .. 46 880,628 219
Retail trade ... . 207 1,953,865 542
Finance, insurance, and real
estate ... .. 109 1,179,795 244
a
Services.......... 285 4,445,995 829
State and federal government 15 769,566 94
Other nonmanufacturing 45 475,711 115
Total, all industries. .. 855 12,438,098.37 2,631


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 organization,
miscellaneous services.


Source: [14].


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Table 23.--Median earnings of persons in experienced civilian labor
force.for selected occupation.groups, Franklin County, 1969


Occupation Earnings


Dollars
Male, 16 yrs. and older with earningsa. .. ..... 3,506
Professional, managerial, and kindred .. .. .. 6,634
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred . ... 3,778
Operatives, including transport . ... 4,350
Laborers, except farm . ... . . 2,341
Farmers, and farm managers. . . .. 0
Farm laborers except unpaid and farm foremen. 0
Female, 16 yrs. and older with earnings ...... 1,262
Clerical and kindred . . . 2,630
Operatives, including transport . ... 801


aIncludes persons in other occupation groups, not shown separately.

Source: [34, Table 122].



Table 24.--Personal income on place of work basis, Franklin County, 1971
and 197.2


Item 1971a 1972a

-Dollars- -
Total earnings . . ... 8,327,000 16,929,000
Farm earnings .. .. . .. 29,000 25,000
Non-farm earnings (total) . 8,356,000 16,954,000
Private earnings . ... 5,155,000 13,377,000
Government earnings (total) 3,201,000 3,577,000
State and local . .. 2,429,000 2,799,000
Federal (total) . .. 772,000 778,000
Civilian . ... 511,000 487,000
Military . ... 261,000 291,000


aIntroduction of small firm data
with earlier years difficult.


into 1972 estimates makes comparison


Source: [2].


j








Table 25.--Income and poverty data, total and Black, -FrankliniCounty,
1970 ... ..

Item . Unit ..... Black .-... ....Total.'

Persons. .. .... .. .. No. 1,323 7,065
Per capital income. . $ 986 1,654
Families by income class:
Under $3,999 . . No. 134 577
$4,000-$5,999. . .. No. 45 464
$6,000-$11,999. .. .. No. 54 539
$12,000 and over .. No. 16 249
Total ... ........ No. 249 1,829
Median family income $ 2,784 4,338
Income below poverty level
(bpl):
Families bpl.. . .. No. 137 568
Percent of all families. % 55 31.1
Mean family income .. $ 1,884 2,478
Mean size of family. .. No. 5.03 4.14
Civilian male head less than
65 years . ... No. 36 352
Families with female head. No. 56 113
Percent families receiving
public assistance income % 31.1 16.2
Unrelated individuals. .. No. 161 431
Persons bpl:
Receiving Social Security
income .... ... % 15.6 18.5
65 years and over. . % 16.4 17.0
Receiving Social Security
income which are 65 years
and over ... 62.6 79.7


Source: [34, Tables 124, 125, 128, 119].


n








Table 26.--Payrolls for retail and wholesale trade, Franklin


Item


Unit


County, 1967

Number


Retail trade:
Establishments . . . No. 85
With payroll . . . . % 54
Payroll, entire year. . . ... $ 445,000
Paid employees, week including March 12 No. 189
Wholesale trade:
Establishments . . . No. 31
Payroll, entire year. . . ... $ 767,000
Paid employees, week including March 12 No. 425


Source: [35, pp. 86,87).



Table 27.--Receipts and number of establishments for selected services,
Franklin County, 1967

Selected services Unit Number

Establishments . . ...... No. 59
With payroll . . . ... % 44.1
Receipts:
Total, all establishments . .. $ 796,000
Change in 1963-1967 . . . % 6.4
Establishments with payroll . .. No. 73 "
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 . . . $ 154,000
Paid employees, week including March 12 No. 52



aTotal includes kinds of businesses not shown separately.

Source: [35, Table 2, p. 87].




)I


Table 28.--Sales of retail and wholesale trade,


Franklin County, 1967


Trade Unit Number

Retail trade:
Establishments with payroll. .... % 63.5
Total sales by establishments:
Food stores. . . . ... % 39.6
Automotive dealers . . .. % NA
General merchandise stores ... 5.8
Eating and drinking places ... .... % 9.4
Gasoline service stations. . .. % 13.8
Furniture, home furnishing, and equip-
ment stores . ........ % .1.3
Building materials, hardware, and farm
.equipment dealers . . ... % 5.9
Apparel and accessory stores . % 2.0
Drug stores and proprietary stores % 6.7
Total sales, all establishmentsa $ 5,355,000
Change of sales from 1963-1967 .. % 23.5
Wholesale trade:
Total sales. . .. . $ 13,857,000
Merchant wholesalers . . .. % 82.5


aTotal includes businesses not listed separately.

Source: [35, p. 98, 99].


Table 29.--Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Franklin County


Item February
Item
1973 1974

Dollars
Loans and discounts .......... 3,623,000 4,688,000
Total desposits. . . .... 8,196,000 9,751,000
Time deposits. . . ... 4,151,000 5,534,000
Demand deposits. . . ... 4,045,000 4,214,000


Source: [1, Table 6.202; 2, Table 6.20].









Table 30.--Motor vehicle tags by type of vehicle,
year 1973


Franklin County, fiscal


Vehicle County Florida

Number
Passenger cars . . .. 2,659 4,226,812
Buses . . . ... 14 10,117
Trucks. . . . .. 757 687,736
Trailers. . . . .. 565 684,108
Motorcycles . ........32 142,481
Demonstrators and misc . .99 182,247
Total . . . .. 4,126 5,933,501



aRecreational vehicle tags and real property tags are included in
miscellaneous.

Source: [2, Table 16.31].







Table 31.--Gasoline sold by fiscal year, Franklin County


Fiscal year Volume


Gallons
"2,201,000
3,808,000
4,229,000
4,719,000
5,225,000
5,372,000


Source: [2, Table 13.78].


1960 .
1969. .
1970. .
1971. .
1972. .
1973. .


- ;--25 ~


S . . .. . .
.........e......
.............eo..







































LOCAL GOVERNMENT

CHARACTERISTICS


_









Table 32.--Assessed value of property subject to local government
property taxation, Franklin County, 1971

Item Assessed value

Dollars

Gross assessed value (before partial
exemptions):
Total, including state-assessed property 62,999
Locally assessed property:
Real property. . . . .. 57,542
Personal property . . .. 3,649
Tax exempt proportion of locally assessed value:
Real property. . . .... ...... 7,166
Personal property. . . ... 0
Assessed value subject to tax, after deduction
of partial exemption:
Total. . . . ..... ... 55,833
State assessed property. . . ... 1,808
Locally assessed property (total). ..... 54,025
SReal property. . ... ...... 50,376
Personal property. . . ... 3,649
Percent of assessed value subject to tax
(total 100% for each area):
State assessed property. . . ... 3.2%
Locally assessed property:
Real property. . .. .. ... .. 90.2%
Personal property. . ... ..... 6.5%


Source: [26, Table 4].










Table 33.--Comparative analysis taxable valuation of property, Franklin County, 1971




Franklin City of Florida
Property ApalachiFloridaola
County Apalachicola


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


Dollars


47,178,355
3,649,155

1,808,438

52,635,948
7,070,237

8,456,485
15,526,722
68,162,670
754,860


% of total
property

69.21
5.36

2.65


77.22
10,37-,

12.41
22.77
100.0
1.11


Dollars


5,503,770
1,331,580

160

6,835,510
2,814,117

2,741,360
5,555,477
12,390,987
34,178


% of total roperty


44.42
10.74

0.0

55.17
. 22.71

22.13
44.83
100.0
0.3


58.96
10.97

.50

70.43
11.62..

17.95
29.57
100.0


Source: [22].


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Table 34.--Assessed valuation of non-exempt property as basis for school
taxes and fiscal data on effort to finance public schools,
.Franklin .County, 1972-73 ... ...

Item Amount

Non-exempt assessed valuation of property:
1971-1972 . . . . . $ 52,636,000
1972-1973 . . . . . .. $ 52,994,000
County percent increase from 1963-1973 ... .558.06%
Valuation per pupil in average daily attendance 1972-73 $ 32,333
Percent of county revenue from-local sources.. . 20.12%
Required local effort per pupil in average daily atten-
dance 1972-73 . . . . .. 164.49%
Local effort required to participate in Minimum
Foundation Program (1972-73) . . .. $ 284,000


Sources: [1, Table 4.462; 2, Table 4.46].





Table 35.--Tax base millages, Franklin County, 1971

Type Tax base

Total general millage . ... . 13.245 mills
County general millage . . .. 6.079 mills
School general millage . .... 7.166 mills
Percent change in total general millage
1971-70. . . . .. -7.55 mills

Source: [1, Table,20.382].









Table 36.--Millage and other associated facts for Franklin County and selected cities, 1973




Item County Apalachicola Carrabelle



- -.- -NUMBER- -- -

Population. . . .... 7,497 3,130 1,086

Population rank .. .. .. . 59 174 259

Area in square miles. . .... 544 3 4

Cost of living index. . ... 0.910 NA NA

Millage . . ..... 4.594 4.578 0.50

Exempt valuation. . . ... 18,620,098 5,432,461 2,084,390

Non-exempt valuation. .. 53,855,861 7,092,730 3,206,653



Sources: [7,81.


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Table 37.--Financial statistics of revenue for Franklin County area and
Franklin County government, fiscal year 1972-73


All government units County of Franklin
m Total Per capital Total Per capital

revenue revenue revenue revenue


Total revenue. .
Local tax revenue. .
Property . .
Utility service
tax. . .
Occupational
license. .
Building and
zoning permits
Franchise fees .
Other taxes .
Sales and service
charge revenue .
Refuse and trash .
Hospital . .
Recreation .
Airports and water
terminals ..
Transit ..
Other. . .
Special assessments.
Utility sales
revenue. . .
Water. . .
Electric . .
Gas. . .
Sewerage .. ..
Fines and forfei-
ture . .
Court fees . .
Investment earnings.
,Misc. other local
revenues . .
Officer fee collec-
tions . .
Intergovernmental
revenue. . .
Federal. . .
State. . .
Other. . .


1,401,400
369,837
289,583

48,576

9,857

6,654
13,653
1,514

34,826
50
0
0

0
0
34,776
0

127,512
115,773
0
0
9,010

70,244
2,423
19,120

6,581

30,930

739,927
185,041
551,555
3,331


789,217
249,970
241,661


1,811

6,498
0
0


53,296
2,423
14,798

1,013

30,930

436,422
64,815
371,607
0


0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
O
0
0
0
0
0
0












7
0
0
0















4

58
8
49
0
0
0




7
0
1

0

4

58
8
49
0


aThese statistics represent the combined total operations of all
local government units within a county.
Source: [9].




-I


Table 38.--Financial statistics of revenue for the cities of Apalachicola
and Carrabelle, fiscal uear 1972-1973


ItmApalachicola Carrabelle
Total Per capital Total Per capital
revenue revenue revenue revenue

Total revenue. ..... 401,719 -- 186,697
Local tax revenue. 80,726 25 39,141 36
Property ... 32,167 10 15,755 14
Utility service tax. 34,428 10 14,148 13
Occupational license 5,229 1 2,817 2
Building and
zoning permits 54 0 102 0
Franchise fees 7,339 2 6,314 5
Other taxes. ... 1,509 0 5 0
Sales and service
charge and revenue 7,565 2 3,935 3.
Refuse and trash 0 0 0 0
Hospital 0 0 0 0
Recreation .. 0 0 0 0
Airports and water
terminals 0 0 0 0
Transit. ...... .0 0 0 0
Other . ... 7,565 2 3,885 3
Special assessments. 0 0 0 0
Utility sales revenue. 87,589 27 39,720 36
Water. . ... 87,589 27 28,184 25
Electric . .. 0 0 0 0
Gas. .. 0 0 0 0
Sewerage .. 0 0 9,010 8
Fines and forfei-
tures . ... .5,230 1 11,718 10
Court fees . .0 0 0 0
Investment earnings. 3,245 1 474 -0
Misc. other local
revenue ... .. 5,418 1 150 0
Officer fee collection 0 0 0 0
Intergovernmental
revenue. ..... 211,946 67 91,559 84
Federal. . 80,922 25 39,304 36
State . .. 129,069 41 50,879 46
Other . .. 1,955 0 1,376 1

Source: [8].











Table 39.--Financial statistics of expenditures for the Franklin County
area and Franklin County government, fiscal year 1972-73


Expenditures for Expenditures for
Item. All governmental units Franklin County
Total per capital Total per capital

Total expenditures. .. 1,253,030 -- 710,089
Capital outlay. 58,668 7 0 0
Operating and other 1,194,362 159 710,089 94
General government. 327,957 43 178,700 23
Police . ... 245,573 32 165,424 22
Fire. ....... 18,560 2 10,040 1
Corrections .... 11,890 1 11,349 1
Other public safety 8,317 1 6,997 0
Streets and highways. 252,660 33 154,141 20
Parks and recreation. 7,765 1 984 0
Courts . .... 25,737 3 25,737 3
Natural resources 0 0 0 0
Health . .... 63,394 8 63,394 8
Hospitals ..... 51,970 6 51,970 6
Public welfare. 17,202 2 16,684 2
Libraries . .. 1,500 0 0 0
Urban development &
renewal ..... 25,297 3 0 0
Airports & water
terminals ... 17,760 2 389 0
Refuse and trash. .. 170 0 0 0
Interest-on debt. 24,852 3 3,485 0
Other misc. expendi-
tures . .. 29,058 3 17,105 2
Water ....... 100,859 13 3,690 0
Electric. ...... .. 0 0 0 0
Gas . .. 0 0 0 0
Sewerage. ..... 22,509 3 0 0
Transit ...... 0 0 0 0
Cash & investments. 604,881 186 381,700 105
Short & longterm debt 616,000 167 75,000 94


aThese statistics represent the combined
local government units within a county.
Source: [8].


total operations of all










Table 40.--Financial statistics of expenditures for the cities of Apa-
lachicola and Carrabelle, fiscal year 1973-73



Expenditures for Expenditures for
Item Apalachicola Carrabelle

Total Per capital Total Per capital

Total expenditures. 372,017 -- 145,627
Capital outlay. 57,725 18 0 0
Operating and other 314,292 100 145,627 134
General government. 130,432 41 18,825 17
Police . .. 42,946 13 37,203 34
Fire. . ... 6,863 2 1,657 1
Corrections .. 53 0 488 0
Other public safety 0 0 1,320 1
Streets and highways. 83,493 26 15,026 13
Parks and recreation. 6,583 2 198 0
Courts. ..... 0 0 0 0
Natural resources 0 0 0 0
Health. .. ...... 0 0 0 0.
Hospitlas ...... 0 0 0 0
Public welfare. 0 0 518 0
Libraries .. .... 1,500 0 0 0
Urban development &
renewal . 0 0 0 0
Airports & water
terminals 17,371 5 0 0
Refuse & trash. 0 0 170 0
Interest no debt. 8,117 2 13,250 12
Other misc. expendi-
tures ...... 0 0 11,953 11
Water ... ...... 74,659 23 22,510 20
Electric. ..... 0. 0 0 0
Gas . . .. 0 0 0 0
Sewerage. . ... 0 0 22,509 20
Transit . 0 0 0 0
Cash & investments. 174,572 128 29,981 171
Short & longterm debt 261,000 118 280,000 134

Source: [8].


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Table 41.--Distributions to Bay County and municipalities from state
sources and state tax collections by major sources of
revenue, 1973-74


Item County State

- -Dollars- -- -


distribution


Total gasoline, special fuel,
and motor fuel tx 24 gas
and special fuel tax to
State Board of Admin. for
County Road Bonds. . .
7th cent gas & motor fuel tax
Gas tax. . . .
Special fuel tax . .
Paramutual wagering. . .
Beverage licenses. . .
Mosquito control-state
matching . . .
Gas and oil production tx.
Insurance agents county
license tax . .
Revenue sharing trust
fund . . .
Total . . .

Source of revenue
Sales and use tax. . .
Gasoline taxes . .
Motor vehicle licenses .
Paramutual wagering taxes. .

Documentary stamp taxes... .

Documentary stamp tax: Surtax.
Hunting and fishing licenses .
Intangible taxes . .
Total. . . .


1,121,982.19

525,943.24
29,522.77
446,500.00
42,902.40

55,853.53
0

3,913.92

630,825.00
2,857,443.00



11,317,310.66
4,057,300.00
1,557,480.21
0

746,006.25

7,702.20
94,672.50
0
17,780,471.82


89,758,574.36

41,227,814.62
3,198,219.80
29,915,500.00
2,632,161.89

2,475,000.00
2,141,295.44

417,244.32

68,526,684.00
240,292,494.20



1,115,131,863.21
332,617,165.82
152,764,677.27
76,315,234.30

83,346,465.18

1,245,069.32
4,130,135.75
0
1,765,550,610.85


Source of


aSources: Cigarette tax, auto road tax, intangible tax.

Source: [9].


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HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND


PUBLIC WELFARE DATA


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Table 42.--Distributions to county schools from Florida Education
Finance Program and other programs, Franklin County, 1973-74


Item Distribution



Dollars
Florida Education Finance Program. .. . 1,149,451.00
Federal revenue sharing funds for construction 0
Community schools. . . . 0
School safety program. . . .. ... 5,000.00
Driver education . ... . 3146.87
a
Other .. . ....... .. 69,746.00
Community colleges ............... 0
Total from general revenue fund. ..... .. .:. 1,277,343.87
County Capitol outlay and debt service school
fund:
Capital outlay . . . ... .46,354.84
Board of administration debt service .. 15,371.39
Interest on incestments. .... . 1,170.41
Total from trust-fund. . .... ... 62,896.64
Total distribution . . . .. 1,290,240.51


child nutrition pro-


aIncludes funds from vision material center,
gram, extended year program funds.
Source: [9].


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Table 43.--Summary of revenues and expenditures of schools including
grades K-12, Franklin County, fiscal year, 1973-74

Revenues and expenditures County State


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


Total nonrevenue receipts .
Remittances from other sources
Total revenues and receipts. .
Transfers . .. ..
Beginning balances ...
Total revenues, receipts, trans-
fers, and balances . .
Adjustments to fund balance..
Total revenues, receipts, trans-
fers, balances and adjustments
Remittances to other districts
and agencies ... ..... .
Total expenditures and remit-
tances . . .
Transfers . . .
Ending balance . .
Adjustments .. ..... .
Total expenditures, transfers,
reserves, balances, and ad-
justments . .
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) . . .


Dollars



0
1,999,946.05
182,264.64
.518,950.74
2,701,161.43
151,301.55
0
2,852,462.98
22,391.93
489,051.42

3,363,906,33
0

3,363,906.33

700

2,166,212.87
22,391.93
1,162,227.63
13,073.90


3,363,906.33


65,779.38

920,757.95
75,913.12
35,301.00
126,388.52
91,057.40

1,315,197.37
1,807.88

1,800,331.83
136,498.11
288,682.93

3.363,906.33


Percent
of total

0
59.5
5.4
15.4
80.3
4.5
0
84.8
0.7
14.5

100
0

100

0.02

64.4
0.7
34.5
0.4


100


1.9

27.4
2.3
1.0
3.8
2.7

39.1
0.05

53.5
4.1
8.6


100 100


__


- .i- ---- --. --- C-~ --C-


Percent
of total


1.9
40.1
4.4
24.5
70.9
li.5 .
0.09.
82.6
3.5
14.0

100.02.
0.02

100

0.05

67.5
3.5
28.8
0.1


100


1.5

41.2
4.2
1.8
3.7
5.0

57.5
0.2

57.7
6.4
2.9











Table 44.--Classroom teacher salary ranges by rank of certificate in
public elementary and secondary schools in a five county area
for the 1973-74 school year

Rank IIIa/ Rank IIb/ Rank IA/ Rank Id
county Minimum-Maximum Minimum-Maximum Minimum-Maximum Minimum-Maximum

- - -Dollars- -- --

Bay 7,000 10,150 8,000 11,150 8,700 11,870 9,400 12,550
Franklin 7,035 9,398 8,035 10,398 8,335 10,698 8,735 11,098
Gulf 6,900 9,750 8,025 10,875 8,550 11,400 9,300 12,150
Liberty 6,950 9,750 7,950 10,750 8,450 11,250 8,950 11,750
Wakulla 6,830 8,606 7,718 9,494 8,123 9,904 8,606 10,587


!/Bachelor's degree.
-,Master's degree.
Master's degree plus 30 additional hours of graduate study.
Doctor's degree.
Source: [2, table 4.24].


Table 45.--Schools by type, Franklin County


Type of school-/ 1971-72 1972-73

-Number- -

Kindergarten only. . . . 0
Elementary only. . . . . 2 2
Elementary and high school:
Elementary and junior high . . .. 0 0
Elementary and senior high .. . ... 2 1
High school only:
Junior high .... . . .. 0 0
Senior high. . . . . 0 0
Junior-senior high . . . 0 1
4-year high. .... . . 0 0
Total . . . . . 4 4
Kindergartens counted as part of elementary
school . . . . 3 3


a/Elementary and secondary departments each
Source: [5,6].


counted as a school.


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Table 46.--School enrollment by grade level and age, Franklin County,
1970

School enrollment Enrollment


Number
Total enrolled, 3-34 years old. ...... 1,574
Nursery school. ..... .. ...... 0
Public. . . .. 0
Kindergarten. . . ..... 64
Public. . . . . 48
Elementary, 1-8 years '. ..... ... 1,196
Public. . ... . ... 1,196
High school, 1-4 years. . ... .269
Public. .. . . ... 261
College ... .... . ... 45


Percent
Percent enrolled, 3-34 years old ... 44.6
3 and 4 years old . . ... .0
5 and 6 years old . . . 56.8
7 and 13 years old. . . ... 93.2
14 and 15 years old . . ... 64.1
16 and 17 years old . . .. 66.9
18 and 19 years.old ............ 19.7
20 and 21 years old . . 9.2
22 to 24 years old. . . 1.4
25 to 34 years old. . .... .. 2.8


Source: [34, Table 120].


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Table 47.--Enrollment, average daily attendance, average daily member-
ship of pupils at close of year for the fiscal year 1972-73,
Franklin County


Grades Enrollment Average Daily Membership at
Attendance Membership close of
year-promotion


- -Number- - -

Kindergarten 108 89 96 100
Grades 1-12 . 1,955 1,639 1,744 1,745
Grades 1-6. .. 1,058 886 937 947
Grades 7-9. 545 451 484 479
Grades 10-12. .. 352 302 323 319'
Total ...... 2,063 1,728 1,840 1,845-
Promoted, K-12. -- 1,748
Not promoted, K-12. 97.

Source: (6].



Table 48.--Number of high school graduates continuing by type of institu-
tion entered, Franklin County, 1973


Item Graduates

Number

Total high school graduates. . .. 64
Public . . . .. 64
Private. . . . ... 0
Continuing at junior college:
Public . . .. .. ... .. 5
Private. . . . . 0
Private... ...............".0
Continuing at senior college or university:
Public . . . . 11
Private . . . . 3
Continuing at out-of-state college . 11
Continuing at technical, trade and other:
In Florida . . .. . .. 2
Out-of-state . . ... ... 0


Source: [2, table 4.827].










Table 49.--Pupil mobility in public schools during one year, grades
K-12, Franklin County, 1972-73


Components of change


Total enrollment . . ....
Withdrawals a . .
First-time entries . .
Transfers from out-of-state . .
Transfers from other districts . . .


Pupils


Number
2,063
273
1,845
84
134


aMay have been to enter another school in this or another state or
to le ve school.
Pupils who had not previously entered any other school during the
1971-72 school year. First time entries would be 100.0.percent of the
enrollment if no "new" pupils entered during the school.year.
cPupils who transferred during the 1971-72 school year, not at the
beginning of the year.

Source [2, table 4.19].


Table 50.--Characteristics of public school bus operations,
Franklin County, 1971-72


grades K-12,


Characteristic Unit Amount

Funds for pupil transportation. . ... dollars 28,898
Pupils transported at public expense. ..... percent 17.38
School bus mileage:
Morning trips . . . miles 140.4
Extra-curricular . . .. . miles 16,254
Pupils transported less than two miles. ... percent 38.63
School bus drivers. . . . number 7
Average monthly salary. . . .. dollars 247.14

aCombined mileage of all school buses, one way. Doubling this
figure gives approximate total daily mileage.
Estimated.


Source [1, tables 4.962, 4.982].





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Table 51.--Instructional positions in public school system, Franklin
County


SFiscal year
Positions 1972-73 1973-74


-Number- -

Supervisors of instruction (general and
special subjects). . . 1 1
Principals and supervising principals:
Kindergarten only . . .0 0
Elementary . . 2
.High school . . . .1 1
Elementary and high school . 1 1
Total principals .. ..4 4
Teachers:
Kindergarten . . . 5 5
Grades 1-6........ 40 40
Grades 7-9 ...... .. . 24 22
Grades 10-12 ... .. . 27 30
Total teachers . .... .. . 96 97
Other instructional staff:
Librarians:
Grades 1-6 . . . 2 2
Grades 7-12. ... .. . ... 2 2
Guidance:
Grades 1-6.. . . 1 1
Grades 7-12. ...... . .. 2 2
Psychological and other:
Grades 1-6 . . . 2 2
Grades 7-12. ...... . . 0 0
Total other instructional staff. . 9 9
Other county-wide instructional per-
sonnel . . . . 3 3
Total full-time instructional personnel. 113 114

Source: [6,7].
















Table 52.--Public assistance by program, Franklin County


Cases or
Programrecipients Total payments
recipients

Number Dollars
Old age assistance (72-73). .133a 85,923
Aid to the blind (72-73) . 8a 8,339
Aid to the disabled (72-73) . 58a 58,828
Aid to families with dependent
children (72-73). ... . 237 4,704
Total direct assistance.. . 436 157,794
Social security (19-71).. . ... 1,470 142,000
Enrollment in health insurance pro-
gram for the aged (Medicare, 1971)
type:
Hospital and/or medicare insurance 1,094 241,000
Hospital insurance. . ... 1,085 168,000.
Supplementary medical insurance 1,048 73,000
Old-age, survivors, disability, and
health insurance beneficiaries
(6-30-73):
Retired workers . ... 860 121,000
Disabled workers. . ... 115 17,000
Others . . . 620 57,000


Average recipients per month.
-b
Dependents of retired and disabled workers, survivors, and special
age 72 beneficiaries.
Sources: [2, tables 17.17, 17.39, 17.81, 17.82].


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Table 53.--Disbursements of the county government for welfare, Franklin
County, fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1972


Recipient social service


Operating
expenses


Capital
outlay


4


Foster home care. . .
Federal commodities ..
Welfare administration..
Welfare services . .
Mental health . .


Tubercular care . ....
State-county welfare participation.
Health unit or department .
County cemeteries . . .
County hospitals ... . .


Homes for infirm .. ..
Parental homes . .
Juvenile or detention homes
Neighborhood youth corps..
Legal aid . . .
Total . . .


O E


- -Dollars- -
--
6,057.98
1,700.00
10,856.55
130.00

200.00
10,593.58
34.95









29,573.06
--


Source: [10].




Table 54.--Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance, by
number of beneficiaries with monthly cash benefits in
current-payment status by age and sex, Franklin County,
December, 1973


Beneficiaries by age and sex Number of beneficiaries


Total . .
Under age 60:
Under 18 years
18-21 years. .
22-59 years. .

Age 60 and over:
Male . .
Female . .
60-64 years. .
65-71 years. .
72 and over. .


1,600

210
15
120


525
730
220
455
580


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Table 55.--Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Domestic
assistance program recipients and funds obligated, Franklin
County, fiscal 1973



Agency Dollars

Food and Drug Administration. . ... 0
Health Services and Mental Health Administration. 51,145.00
National Institute of Health. . ... 0
Office of Education ............. .. 69,298.00
Office of the Secretary .. ............ .. 0
Social and Rehabilitation Service . ... 391,031.00
Social Security Administration. . ... 2,692,818.00
Special Institutions. . . ... 0
Total . . . . ... . 3,204,292.00


Source: [37].





Table 56.--Amount paid by food stamp recipients, bonus, total and
average valur of food stamps for the month of January,
1973, Franklin County



Recipients Number

Households. . . . . ... 297.00
Persons . . . . . 841.00
Amount paid by recipients . . ... .8,070.00
a
Bonus (free) value . . . .. 13,506.00
Total value issued. . . . ... 21,576.00
Average stamp value per household ........ 72.65

aIncreases food purchasing power.

Source: [1, table 17.842[.


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Table 57.--Professionals in state licensed health occupations, Franklin
County, 1973



Personnel Total Per
1,000 population

- --Number- - -

Medical doctors . . ... 2 0.28
Doctors of osteopathy . ... 4 0.29
Dentists .. . . 1 0.14
Registered nurses . .. 14 2.00
Licensed practical nurses ... 8 1.14

Pharmacists . . ... 6 0.86
Dental hygenists . . .. 1 0.14
Chiropractors . .. 0 0
Veterinarians . . ... 0 0
Optometrists . . 0 0
Physical therapists. 0 0

Opticians . . .. 0 0
Sanitarians. . . . 3 0.43
Nursing home administrators ... 0 0
Psychologists . . 0 0
Podiatrists . . .. 0 0
Naturopaths . . ... 0 0


Source: [21].


Table 58.--Existing medical facilities, number of beds, Franklin County,
1971



Medical facility Facilities Beds

-Number- -

General hospitals. . . ... 2 57
Long-term care facilities. . .. 0 0
Nursing homes. . ... .. ........ 0 0
Tuberculosis hospitals . . .. .0 0

Homes for the aged ... . .. 0 0
Diagnostic or treatment centers. .... 0 0
Rehabilitation facilities. . ... 0 0
Public health centers . . 1 NA

a
Includes principle units and auxiliary facilities.
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Table 59.--Resident deaths from certain causes, Franklin County and Florida, 1973


County I Florida
Cause of death and incidence of disease ht N ite Total tota
White Non-white Total total

--- ------ ---- --Number- -- ----
Cause of death:
Major cardiovascular disease:
Heart disease . .. ...... 30 6 36 32,045
Cerebrovascular disease. ........ 6 1 7 10,162
Aortic aneurism and certain arterial
disease ......... .. -1 0 1 1,291
General arteriosclerosis . . 0 0 0 1,208
Cancer . . ... . 13 5 18 16,581
Diabetes mellitus. ......... .. 1 2 3 1,538
Cirrhosis of the liver ......... 0 0 0 1,702

Respiratory diseases:
Tuberculosis . . . .. 0 0 0 188
Influenza and pneumonia. . .. 1 0 1 2,309
Bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma. ... 1 0 1 1,633
Certain causes: early infancy mortality 0 0. 0 1,129
Violent deaths:
Motor vehicle accidents. ....... .. 4 0 4 2,579
Other accidents. . . ... .3 1 4 2,451
Suicides. . . .. .. 1 0 1 1,294
Homicides. ... . .. . 1 0 1 1,262
Total deaths (all causes). . ... 75 17 92 87,958


Source: [19].


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Table 60.--Admissions of patients to the state mental hospital system,
by type of admission, Franklin County, July 31,1973 June 30,
1974


Admissions ..County Florida

-Number- -

Rate of admissions per 100,000 civilian
a
population. . . . 68.5 92.4
Type of admission:
Total. . . . . 5 7,015
Criminal and circuit gourt ..... 0 854
Involuntary. . . 2 2,795
Voluntary. . . . ... 3 3,325
Other. .. .. .. 0 38

a1972 estimated population, Bureau of the Census, 1972.
Source: [20. table 6]



Table 61.--Incidence of disease in Franklin County and Florida, 1972


Disease County Florida

-Number- -

Chicken pox...... .. .. .. ..... .. 0 3,950
German measles .. .. .. . .. . 0 1,913
Gonorrhea ....... . . 6 43,688
Hepatitis, infectious . . .. 1 2,459
Influenza . .... .. . 0 22,469
Measles... . ... . . .. 0 1,460
Mumps. . . . . . 1 .1,525
Streptococcal, infectious . . 0 10,653
Syphilis. . . . . ... 0 3,691

Source: [2, table 3.28]








Table 62.--Offenses constituting the crime index, Franklin County, 1972


Item County Unincor- City
pora ed Apalachi- Carra-
area cola belle

---- -- -Number- - -

Total crime indexa. 77 74 2 1
Percent index change 1971-
72. . .... .- 45.0 44.8 NA 83.3
Number of offenses:
Murder ..... . 1 1 0 0
Forcible rape ..... 2 2 0 0
Robbery . . 0 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 3 3 0 0.
Breaking and entering 45 42 2 1
Larceny $50 and over. .. 26 26 0 0
Auto theft. ...... 0 0 0 0
Crime rate per 100,000
population. . 1,059.3 2400.3 64.0 94.4
Percent rate change 1971-72 46.2 47.3 NA 83.4
Percent cleared ..... 16.9 16.2 0 100.0
a o


aThe crime index is the total number of actual offenses
known to law enforcement officers, not the number of persons
ted them nor the number of injuries they caused.


or incidents
who commit-


bIncludes those incorporated jurisdictions which report this infor-
mation to the law enforcement agency responsible in that geographic ju-
risdiction.

Source: [1, Table 18.034].


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Table 63.--Commitment to correctional institutions by race and sex,
Franklin County, 1972-73


Race and sex 1972-73a 6-30-73b
-Number- -

White male. . .. .. . 1 5
White female. . ... .. .. 0 0
Black male. . .. . .. 2 1
Black female. .. ... 0 0
Other male. ... .. 0 0
Other female. . . . 0 0
Unknown........ ......... .... 0 0
Total . . . . 3 6
Percent of state total .......... 06 .05

aDenotes inmates committed to the Division of Corrections during
the fiscal year 1972-73.

Denotes inmates in the custody of the Division of Corrections as of
June 30, 1973.


Source: [16].










Table 64.--Areas and population facts of selected places, Franklin
.County, 1960


Location Area Population
Location
Total Land Inland Tta Per sq.
water mile

-Square miles- -Number- -
Franklin County. . ... 565 536.3 28.8 6,576 12.3
Apalachicola Division .. 87.3 79.1 8.2 3,841 48.6
Carrabelle Division. .. 171.9 156.4 15.5 1,754 11.2
East Point Division. .. 305.9 300.8 5.1 981 3.3


Source:. 24].




Table 65.--Forest land area: Franklin County, 1970


Type of land County Florida

-Number of acres- -
All land. . . . ... .348,800 35,179,400
Forest land:
Commercial. . . ... 306,200 16,231,600
Unproductive. . . ... 700 1,606,900
Productive reserved ... . .. 100 94,400
Total . . . .. 307,000 17,932,900
Non-forest land . . .. 41,800 17,246,500


Source: [1, table 11.362].


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Table 66.--Lard area, non-inventory and inventory acreages, Franklin
County, 1958-1967


Item 1958 1967


-Acres- -
Total land area noninventory:
Federal non-cropland. . ... 21,828 21,828
Urban build-up .. . 6,317 7,517
Small water areas . ...... 2,113 2,113
Total . . ... 30,258 31,458

Inventory acreage:
Cropland. . .. .... 0 80
a
Pastuge . . . .. 165 350
Range . . . .. 4,000 4,000
Forest . . . 293,484 290,700
Other land. . . .... 20,253 21,572
Total . . . .. 317,902 316,702


aLands producing forage plants for animal production.

Lands on which plant cover is composed principally of native grasses.

c
1958 Includes most idle land.
1967 Non-federal rural land not in other classifications; includes
strip mines, borrow and gravel pits.


Source: [11].










Table 67.--Land acres by land and capability classes, Franklin County,
1967


Classa Sub b rop- Pasture Range Forest Other Total
class land

- - - -Acres- ---- --
2 W 80 350 0 6,272 85 6,787
4 W .0 0 0 923 0 923
5 W 0 0 1,000 153,597 0 154,597
7 W 0 0 1,000 106,219 10,334 117,553
8 W 0 0 0 382 6,233 6,615
3 S 0 0 0 6,877 0 6,877
4 S 0 0 0 382 0 382
6 S 0 0 2,000 12,227 0 1.4,227
7 s 0 0 0 3,821 1,148 4,969
8 S 0 0 0 0 3,772 3,772
Total Acreage 80 350 4,000 290,700 21,572 316,702

a2 = Some limitations, reduce choice of plants or require moderate
conservation practices.
3 = Severe limitations that reduce the choice of plants or require
special conservation practices or both.
4= Very severe limitations that restrict the choice of plants, re-
quire very careful management, or both.
5 = Very little or no erosion, but have other limitations that re-
strict their use of pasture range, woodland or wildlife food and cover.
6 = Severe limitation, unsuitable for cultivation restricts use to
recreation, wildlife, or water supply or esthetic purposes.
7 = Severe limitation, unsuitable for cultivation restricts use to
recreation, wildlife, or water supply or esthetic purposes.
8 = Severe limitation, unsuitable for cultivation restricts use to
recreation, wildlife, or water supply or esthetic purposes.
b
W = Adverse soil characteristics or qualities.
S = Wetness.
Source: [11].


















Table 68.--Average temperatures, total precipitation and departures for normala for Franklin County,
1973


Jan Feb Mar Apr MayJ Jun Jull Aug SeptI OctI Nov Dec Ann
Temperature .. 55.0 52.0 64.0 66.4 73.7 81.3 83.1 82.1 81.0 73.0 65.9 54.4 69.4
Departure .... -0.1 -3.9 3.0 -1.1 -1.1 1.1 1.6 0.6 2.1 1.8 4.6 -1.4 0.6
Precipitation 4.83 3.79 5.95 7.87 2.57 2.01 6.33 3.37 8.86 1.32 2.24 3.04 52.18
Departure .... 1.69 -0.12 1.43 3.57 -0.31 -3.29 -1.60 -4.37 0.33 -1.12 -0.34 0.08 -4.05


aNormals are derived from comparisons


with table above.


Source: [38].


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Table 69.--Temperature extremes and freeze data for Franklin County, 1973
Apalachicola Station


Last Spring First Fall Days
Year High Low
freeze freeze between

1973 95 30 Feb 17 Dec 17 303
1972 97 27 Jan 17 Dec 17 335
1971 94 26 Feb 14 None
1970 96 22 Feb 4 Nov 24 293
1969 95 29 Jan 6 Nov 15 313
1968 98 27 Mar 1 Dec 9 283
1967 92 26 Feb 26 Dec 24 301
1966 95 14 Feb 5 Dec 25 323
1965 93 23 Feb 26 None
1964 95 24 Jan 15 Dec 1 321
Average 95 25 309


aComputed from present table.


Source: [38].


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Table 70.--Weather data, Madison Weather Station, Franklin County, 1973a


January .
Feb ruary
March. .
April. .
My. .
June .
July .
August .
September.
October..
November .
December .


4
3
5
7
2
2
6
3
8
1
2
3


-Inches- -Degrees Farenheit- -
a b a b a b -a b
.83 4.07 55.0 55.1 32 25 76 78
t.79 NA 52.9 51.5 31 NA 73 NA.
.95 NA 64.0 63.4 43 NA 76 NA
.87 3.09 66.4 65.7 45 40 80 83
.57 NA 73.7 72.5 57 NA 87 NA
.01 2.18 81.3 79.8 68 65 93 92
.33 2.50 83.1 81.7 74 71 95 95
.37 3.76 82.1 81.3 68 68 92 95
.86 NA 81.0 80.1 68 68 90 93
.32 NA 73.0 72.0 47 35 89 91
.24 NA 65.9 64.8 39 NA 81 82
.04 NA 54.4 NA 30 NA 74 NA


Source: [38].


a
Apalachicola Weather Station located on westerly coast of county.

Carrabelle in northwest middle coast of county.


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c








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