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PACTS


and? FIGU EES


about


DADE COUNTY





December, 1965


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Compiled by:

Extension Home Econorics Staff
Lliami, Florida


Florida Agricultural Extension Service
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida


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The major function of the Cooperative Extension Service, as stated
in the Smith-Lever Act and assented to by the Florida Legislature, is:

"...To aid in diffusing among people of the United
States useful and practical information on subjects
relating to agriculture and home economics, and to
encourage the application of the same ..."















Requests for additional copies of this report should be forwarded tot

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2690*N. W. 7 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33127


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POPULATION OF DADE COUNTY, DEC2BER, 1965 1,120,000


Age

Under 10 yrs.
1049 .years
20-29 years
30-39 years
40-49 years
50-59 years
60-69 years
70 and over
Total


Population of


Male

91,477
66,182
52,258
66,806
64,012
50,332
39,037
26,754
456,858


1
Dade County, 1960 and 1950.
1960
Female Total

88,341 179,818
66,179 132,361
57, 582 109,440
73,345 140,151
67,608 131,620
53,789 104,121
43,725 92,762
78,020 54,774
478,589 935,447


Are certain age groups moving in or out of the county?' If number of 20-29 year
olds in 1960 is much less than 10-19 year olds in 1950, for instance, these young
people have moved away.














1\
1960*Census of'Population, Vol. I, Characteristics of the
Population, Table 27.


1950

Total

80,191
52,456
79,958
88,262
77,124
57,965
38,357
20,771
495,084






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SUUMARY OF SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS, DADE COU1ITY,
1
FLORIDA, 1960





Total Population

Number ............................*.....***********935,047

Percent Rural non-farm ..... ............... .....**** 4;2
Percent Rural Farm ..............................2........ .2
Percent Foreign Born ...................................... 12
Percent Native of Foreign or Mixed Parentage ............... 16.3
Percent moved into house after 1958 ......................... 34.1

Native Population (percent residing in State of birth) ........... 28.3

2
Persons 5 years old and over (percent migrant) ... .......... 25.8
Children in Elementary School percent in private school) ........ 11.2
Persons 14-17 years old (percent in school) ..................... 88.6
Persons 25 years old and over (median school years completed) .... 11.5
Married Couples (percent without own households) ................ 2.7
Families (percent with ovq children under 6 years old) ........... 26.4
Cumulative Fertility Rate ..............................*....**** 15.46











U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1960; Census of
Population, Vol. I., Characteristics of the Population, Part II, Florida,
Table 35.

persons who lived in different counties in the United States in 1955
and 1960.

3Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years old of all marital
classes.






PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF POPoLATION AND RESIDEITT BIRTHS,
DEATHS AND I1NFAIT ZiTSHS, BY RAqE, DADE,
COUNTY, iFLORIDA, 1963


'No.,


Population


Dade County '
Rate per 1,000


1,024,100


Florida
N Rate per 1,000
5,639,900 XX


Births
Total
White
Non-White

Deaths
Total
White
Non-White

Infant Deaths
Total
White
Non-White


19.2
16;7
33.4


9.1
9;4
7.5


24;4
20.2
36.5


Resident Deaths with Death Rates per 100,000 Population
for Certain Important Causes, Dade County, Florida, 1963


Cause
Diseases of the Heart
Cancer
Cerebral Vascular Disease
Chronic and Unspecified
Nephritis
Diabetes Mellitus
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Other Accidents
Influenza and Pneumonia
Tuberculosis
Diarrhea & Enteritis
Syphilis
Suicide
Homicide


'County
No. Rate
3714 357.3
1906 173.1
914 83.0
48 4.4


14;6
20.1
24.1:
25.2
5;6
4.2
2;2
16.6
8.8


Florida
Deaths Ratr
20;040 355.3
9;500 16.4
6,330 112.2
352 6.2


'871
1;624
1,727
187
242
314
92
744
520


15.4
28.8
30.6
31.7
4;3
5;6
1.6
13;2
9.2


.Florida State Board


of Health Annual


Report 1963, p. 233.


2
Florida Vital Statistics 19631 Annual Report, Supplement No. 1,
Florida State Board of Health, p. 1, pp. 232-34, pp. 75-76, red.

3
Florida Vital Statistics 1963, Annual Report Supplement No. 1, Florida
State Board of Health, pp. 28-29.


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21.5
19;3
32.0


9.8
9;9
9.8


28.5
22.3
45.7







AGE BY COLOR AND SEX 1
COUNTY, '7LOJRIDA, 1960


lA l Classes


Whi +a


Nfl-h hirt


aTMa01 a


V_% ; "i wU" ArI("1 w - - -. x .


Year
All
Under 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
!0-24
55-29
30-34
55-39
40-44
45-49
30-54
55-59
50-64
55-69
70-74
75-79
30-84
35 and over
Median


935i047
18,819
18,856
18;841.
18;243
18;714
18;259
17;519
17;523
17i044
16;100
15;998
15,833
16;034
15;656
12;667
12;277
12 241
11;925
10 145
9;585
52;137
57 303
57;635
72;516
68;252
63;368
54;645
59;476
453582
39;180
28;814
15;558
6;886
3,516
33.4


456;858 478;189
9;725 9;094
9;462 9;194
9;684 8;937
9;405 9;434
9;380 9;031
9;228 8;563
8;956 8;567
8;956 8;511
8;574 7;952
8;148 7;812
8;186 7;832
8;001 7i947
8;087 7;680
7;976 6;285
6;382 6,212
6;065 6;095
6;146 5;978
5;947 5;333
4,792 4;985
4;600 5;204
24i694 27;443
27;564 297539
32;104 35,531,
34;702 37;814
33;259 34i993
30;753 32;615
26;534 28;111
23;798 25;678
20;313 23,269
18;724 20;456
14;418 14;396
7,601 7;957
3;216 3;670
1,519 1,997


52.9


33.9


388;613
7;297
7;148
7;324
7;247
7;332
7;275
7;081
7;177
6;950
6j594
6;674
6;733
6;865
5;922
5;419
5;114
5;317
5;035
3;955
19;272
21;975
26;660
29;784
29;015
27;058
23,647
21 433
19;036
17;782
13;917
7;306
3,117
1,446

34.9


407,441
6 815
6;760
6;896
6;846
7;171
6;958
6;764
6;830
6;843
6;370
6;320
6;501
6;685
6;564
5;004
5;286
5; 188
5,058
4;442
41097
21 394
23;719
29;593
32;632
30; 580
28;859
25;268
23; 436
21;989
19;452
13;809
7;656
3;542
1,897
35.8


68;245
2i428
2;314
29360
2,158
2;048
1 953
1,875
1,779
1 583
1;554
1;512
1j268
1;222
1,054
963
951
829
912
837
.914
5'422
5;589
5;444
4;918
4;244
3;695
2;887
2;365
1,277
942
501
295
99
.73
23.3


70;748
2i279
2;334
2,261
2;092
2;163
2;073
1 799
1;737
1;668
1,582
1;492
1;331
1;262
1,116
981
926
907
920
'911
1 107
6;049
6;020
5;938
5;182
4i413
3;756
2;843
2;242
1;280
1,004
587
301
128
.100
23.7


1U S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1960 Census 6f
Population, Vol I, Characteristics of the Population, Part II, Florida,
Table 27.


Har a


IL I ~ P~ rev


Non-Whity


Vsamal a






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PRELIINARfEY ESTIMATES OF POPULATION, MARRPAGES BY RACE AID

DIVORCES AND ANI.IUILIEITS, DALE,
1
COUNTY, 1963


Dade
County

No.


Population .,............

Marriages ...............
White ...............
Non-white .*..,.......


Divorces ...................


Annulments ...... .........


1,024,100


9,058
7;826
1,232


4,735


Florida

No.

5,639,900


43,120


699


21.1


SFlorida State Board of Health Annual Report 1963, p. 235.






Resident Live Births by Race and Age of Mother,
Dade County, Florida 1963
CinInM+v


W1 e+.


Jnder 15
15
16
17
18
19
20 24
25 29
30 34
35 39
40 44
45+
Unknown


67
103
291
450
714
972
6;549
4;858
3;012
1,669
397
18


13
143
265
493
*701
4;872
3i595
2;266
1,307
306
15


Non-White


54
71
1:48
185
221
*271
1;677
1,263
746
352
91
3


Number per


1,000 Ever-Married White Women with 1,2,
Ever Born,'by Age Group of Mither
Florida, 1940, 1950, 1950


or 3 Children


Children Ever Born
1 2 3
Age Group 1960 1950 1940 1950 1950 1940 1960 1950 1940
15 to 19 years 392 321. 349 108 86 71 33 10 4
20 to 24 years 340 375 359 264 222 173 105 59 55
25 to 29 years 203 308 294 320 277 224 206 117 105
30 to 34 years 164 224 255 295 286 237 225 155 129
35 to 39 years 169 235 196 284 233 212 210 136 136
40 to 44 years 194 210 195 268 220 196 177 148 150
45 to 49 years 216 224 169 245 197 192 144 152 159


Resident Illegitimate Live Births by Race,
Dade County, Florida, 19635


County
% of
No. Total


Total
White:
Ion-White


2,145
'705
1,440


11.2
5.0
28.3


Florida
No of
No. Total


11;886
3;154
8,732


10.4
3.7
28.8


Florida Vital Statistics 1963, Annual Report, Supplement No. 1, Florida
State Board of Health,pp. 11-13.

population Fertility in Florida, by John N. Webb, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research,'College of Business Administration, University of Florida,
Bulletin No. 10, .. 26.

3Florida Vital Statistics 1963, Annual Report, Supplerment To. 1., Florida
State Board of Health, p. 14.


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7n nwl RAn


Non-White


30,343
3313
"600
1;003
1;434
1i774
1;989
9;707
6,752
4;055
2,090
600


114,729
422
'972
2;268
3;693
5;812
7;700
41,267
21;164
15;460
8;035
1,481
102


WiM +-


84,386
99
'372
1;265
2;259
5;825
5;711
31;560
20;412
11,405
5;945
1,456
77


_ I ~___


=b" u- .. ega V


Total


Tot+al






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SUMMARY OF ECO1NOIIC CHAPACTERISTICS,
MI COUNTY, FLORIIA, 19601;


2
Non-Worker to Worker Ratio .................................. 1.41

Percent in Labor Force
Females, 14 years and over ********************......*..***** 38;4
Married Women, Husband Present .. ******************. ******** 33.9
With own Children Under 6 ......*..*. ...... **.. .********** 23.4

Males
18-24 years old *...*...* ....... .........*.**** ************* 78.5
65 years old and over ..*********************..**........... 24.5

Civilian Labor Force
Percent Unemployed. ********...*.. . *.. **.o....... o. oo ..c.. 5.7
Employed Persons ....*....***********************************
Percent in Manufacturing Industries ********............ 1106
Percent in White Collar Occupations3 ............****... 46.3

Percent Worked 50-52 weeks in 1959 52.8

Families
Median Income (dollars) ................................... 5348.00
Percent with Incomes of:
Under $3,000 .o.........; ..............,,. 22.8
$10,000 and over .................. ......., ...., 14.0





U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1960 Census of'
Population, Volume I, Characteristics of the Population, Part II, Florida,
Table 36.

2
Ratio of persons not in the labor force (including children under
14) to labor force.

3
Professional, managerial (except farm), clerical and sales.






MEDIAN IrTAIILY IITCOE1
Dade County, 1959
Dade Cotunty, 1959


All family median income

1959 Census
1949 (in 1959 dollars)
Percentage change

Farm family median income

Percentage of Cormmercial Farms
below $2,500 of cash sales


Iade
County

5348
3831
40

4407


Holmes
County

21:37
1209
77

1879


Bravard
County

6123
2545
140

5688


Florida U.S.


4722
2973
59


5660
3774
50


3371 3228


14 14


ARA area designation

US Quintile Rating


All families
1959
1949

1Fa9rm milies5
1959


PEHSCITAIL INICOC 2
BY PRILEiY CLASS, 1962

.....Total Value of Income by Primary Class
Dade County ...................*......****..******* ** @*******.
Florida State ............... ................. .....***********


$ 2,507,571;00
$11,158,000,000.00


Net Wages and Salaries
Proprietor's Income
Property Income
Transfer Payments
Other Labor Income


Primary Class of Income Source
Dade County
Percent
60.9
12,3
17.3
7.5
2.0


IMedian Family Income and Related Data, by Counties, Including
Rural Farm Income, by Claude C. Haren and Robert B. Glasgow. Resource
Development Economics Division, Economic'Research ServiCe, Statistical
Bulletin No. 339, PP. , and


2Economic Leaflets' by Madelyn L.
and Business Research, Vol. XXIII, No.
Administration, University of Florida,


Kafoglis. Bureau of Economic
2, p. 4, College of Business
Gainesville, Florida.


5(1B.5)


Florida
Percent
58;7
13.1
17.1
9.3
1.8






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IfCCEiE SUI.IARY IN 1959 0O1 iALI.ILIES AND PERSONS,
AND WE.IXS WORKED IN 1959, DADE COUTTTY,
1
1OYlDA, 1960


'4 ily Income

1-1 Families
lnder $1,000

00ooo -1;999
;o000 -2;999
;000 -3;999
i000 -4,999
ro000 -5;999
4j000 -6;999
T000 -7;999
qo000 -8;999
},000 -9;999
Ijo000-'~,999
t5 000-24,999
5j000 and over
A dian Income


ITo. Families

249,092
14,202

18;105
24,149
23 596
28;822
29,817
25;290
19;759
14;942
10;253
21,807
8;704
4,346


Male, Total
Total vith Income
$ 1 499
or less
'500 '999
1,000 1,499
1,500 1;999
2,000 2;499
2,500 2,999
3;000 3;499
3,500 ;,9 9
4;000 4;499
4;500 4;999
5;000 5;999
6,000 6;999
7;000 9,999
10,000 and over
Median Income


Income of Persons
3325764 Female, Total
299,783 Total with Income


16,492

19;274
21,582
1S;925
21,537
19;,821.
25,709
17;249
19;831
14;856
335;105
23,215
28;335
22;752
3,797


$ 1 499
or less
'500 '999
1;000 1;499
1;500 1,999
2;000 2;499
2;500 2;999
3;000 3;499
3;500 3;999
4;000 4;499
4;500 4;999
5;000 5j999
6;000 6;999
7;000 9,999
10,000 and over
IMcdian Income


358;94)
204,18.
38,964

39;947
24;48J
20; 394
19;311
14;28S
13;630
9;251
7;584
4;16
6;055
2;60

14638
1,48)


Families ...............
Unrelated Individuals ...
Paiilies and Unrelated ..
Individuals
Husband-wife families, one


5;348
1,799
4,280


earner, Two children under'
18 ................ 3;040
Overall median income ... 6,369


Weeks worked
Total persons who worked in 1959
50 52 weeks
48 49 weeks
40 47 weeks
27 39 weeks
14 26 weeks
13 weeks or less


423,575
22,;694
28;302
45;282
42;248
39;342
43,007


Deaprtment of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1960 Census of'
Volume I, Characteristics of the Population, Part II, Florida,


1U. S.
Population,
Table 86.









Median Earnings of Selected Occupation Groups


Male, Total with earnings
Female, Total with earnings


Professional,managerial &'kindred Workers
Farmers and fazi Managers
Craftsmen, foremen & Kindred Workers
Operatives and kindred workers
Farm Laborers, except unpaid & farm foremen
Laborers, except farm and mine
Clerical and kindred workers
Operatives and kindred workers


Type of Income

All types of Income
Number of recipients
Mean Income


Wages or salary
Number of recipients
Mean Income

Self Employed Income
Number of recipients
Mean Income


4,242
2,079

6;154
2;781
4;986
3;349
1;466
2,511
2,846
1,843


503 ;368
3,746


369,292
3,759


58i136
5,664


U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1960 Census of-
Population, Volume I, Characteristics of the Population, Part II, Florida,
Table 86.





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BASIC LABOR LARi0T Ii.FO7'RATIOII
DADE COUNTY, FI-Ca2IDA

March, 19601


Total Population ............................................ 935,047

Employment
Non-agricultural

Wage and Salary Workers

Manufacturing ....... ............ ... ........* ...... 41,623
Construction ................... ................ .. 24 297
Transportation and public utilities .............. 31,265
Wholesale and retail trade ......................... 79;838
Finance, insurance, real estate ................... 22;268
Service ............................ ............... 54;522
Government ......... ........ ...;;......... 35,159
Other wage and salary ......... ............ ... 49,513
Other non-agricultural .............................
Totals ............................... ........ 338,485


All other non-agricultural not included above ...... 13,609

Total non-agricultural employment ............. .. 352;094
Male .................................. 223;952
Female ... ... ............. ......... ... 128,142


Agricultural2

Self employed and unpaid family workers .......... 1,821:
Wage and salary workers (hired labor) ........... 6;182
Total agricultural employment...................... 8,003
Total Employment ............................. 360,097

Unemployment
Total (unemployment rate, 5.6%) .....*........... 21;248
Iales ............................ 7;387
Females ............ ................. 13,861
Total Civilian Labor Force ........................ 381472
lMales 244;524
Females .............................. 137,148

1Personal letter dated, 19-Safety-5, from Mr. Donald F. Summers,
Chief, Research and Statistics, Florida Industrial Comrission, Tallahassee
to Dr. Ralph A. Eastwood, Gainesville.
2Peek agricultural employment occurs in December and January due to
migrant. mr. (Title and Address) estimates 9,000 jobs exist in those months.








FLORIDA PERSONAL IiCOLIE PER CAPITAL
1
1960 1962


Florida
Hendry County
Dade County
Holmes County


1960

$1,985.00
3,0877.00
2,397.00
784.00


1961

32,003.00
3,104.00
2,388.00
795.00


1962

$2,053.00
2,945.00
2,409.00
765.00


PRODUCTION INCOME RECEIVED BY CIVILTIATS BY IIAJOR SOiURCE
2
1962

Total Value of Civilian Production Income, 1962


Dade County ..............*..........*.......*...********.
Florida ..*....*......*... ........................*****


Source of Income


$ 1,896,438.00
$8,048,000,000.00


Dade County
Percent


Retail and Wholesale Trades
Service Trades and Professions
Manufacturing
Government (Civilian Wages and Salaries)
Construction
Finance, Real Estate and Insurance
Transportation, Communications and Public Utilities
Agriculture
Mining and Fisheries
Other Private Industry


25.1
20.3
11;7
10.9
7.9
9.1
123.
2.3
0.3
-.1


Florida
Percent

23.2
16.4
14.9
14.0
8.9
7;7
7;5
6.3
.8
.3


Economic Leaflets, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, Personal Income in Florida
Counties: 1962. Bureau of Economic and Business Research, College of
Business Administration, University of Florida.

2


Ibidt p. 35


I I I I J I I






BUILDING CONSTRUCTION


Valuation of Non-Farm Building Construction by Type and Num er of
Housekeeping Units Authorized in Dade County, 1960-1963

(Dollar Figures in Thousands)




1960 1961 1962 1296
Total Value 225,712 209,297, 220,058 193,484

Privately-owned Buildings
Housekeeping
Value 122;691 115;217 113,148 100;875
Number of Units 11,419 10,791 10,116 9,902

Value of Non-housekeeping
Residential 4,733 3,073 5,632 475

Value of Non-residential 52,459 46,199 50,017 34,733
Value of Additions and
Alterations 28,071 31,456 28,922 32,212

Publicly-Owned Buildings
Value of Educational 6,986 6,137 8;619 13,964
Value of Other 10,772 7,215 14,320 11,225

Housekeeping Units 64 121 322




PEIRITTED ESTABLISHIMETS ATD FACILITIES
2
Dade County, Florida, 1963


Establishment Number
Trailer Parks 94
Food Processing Plants 95
Camps 45
Bottled Water Plants: 4
Rendering Plants 5


1
Statistics of Personal Income, Population, Taxation and Construction
for'Florida and for Florida Counties. State Economic Studies Number 1.6,
May, 1964, p. 48, Bureau of Economics and Business Research, College of
Business Administration, University of Florida. (24 counties).

2
Florida Vital Statistics 1963, Annual Report, Supplement No. 1,
Florida State Board of Health, p. 97. '62 Red p. 43.


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HOUSIITG UITS
1
Dade County, 1960


Total Number

April 1, 1960 .................................................
April 1, 1963 .................................................
April 1, 1964 ................. ...........................


Units in Structures


Unit
1
2
3 or 4
5 or more
Trailers


Rooms per Unit
Unit of
to 3 rooms
rooms
rooms
or more rooms


Percentage
64.7
5.5
5.4
22.5
1.9



Percentage
32.4
17.3
24;.8
25.5


Selected Home Equipment


Equipment
Radio
Automobiles
Television Sets
Clothes Washing Machine
Telephone Available
Home Food Freezers
Air Conditioning:
Room Units
Central System
Clothes Dryer

All occupies units = 308,325 Uni


Percentage
86.7
78.8
86.5
53.8
76.
9.2

24.5
2.9
6.9


ts = 100 per cent


1
Statistics of Personal Income, Population, nEployment and
Construction for Florida Counties. State*Economic Studies ITumber 15,
Bureau of Economics and Business'Research, College of Business Admin-
istration, University of Florida, pp. 71-73.


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348,946
358,848
391,359










TYPES OF HEATING EQUIPLIET
Dade County, 1960

All Units = 348.946 = 100 per cent

Equipment Percentage

Steam or Hot Water 1.3
Warm Air Furnace 5.3
Floor, Wall, or Pipeline Furnaces 8.9
Built-in Electric Units 8.4
Other Means with Flue 7.6
Other Means Without Flue 39.8
No Heating Equipment 28.7









Types of Fuel Used in the 308,325 Occupied Units

Percentage


Heating


Using Fuel Oil, Kerosene,
Using Other Fuels
Using No Fuel


Water Heating



Cooking


etc.


Using Electricity
Using Other Fuel
With No Fuel

Using Electricity
Using Other Fuel
With No Fuel


20.3
54.5
25.2

61;9
34.0
4.1

46.2
51.8
2.0


1Statistics of Personal Income, Population, Employment and
Construction for Florida Counties. State Economics Studies Number
15, Bureau of Economics and Business Research, College o:f business
Administration, University of Florida, pp. 73-74.










COUNTY MEDICAL PRACTITIONTERS


REGISTERED WITH THE BUREAU OF NARCOTICS
1.
IEGCEBER 51, 1963


Practitioners


Medical Doctors
Osteopaths
Chiropractors
Naturopaths
Chiropodists
Physiotherapists


TOTAL


Dade
County


1631
115
120
48
45
54

2013


Florida


5672
464
566
147
156
257

7262


Florida State Board of Health 1963 Annual Report, p. 137)
p. 218,









RACING
196 A C I I G

1964


1. How much money was bet? (p. 11) ..........

2. How many paid attendances? (p. 11) .......

3. How much tax revenue did the State receive? (p. 11)

4. How much racing revenue was collected front your county?
Dade County ....................
Liberty County .................

5. How much tax money was distributed to all counties? (p. 14)
All Counties ...................
Dade County ....................

6. How much money was paid to the Board of Control for the
Racing Scholarsh Fund? (p. 14) ...................

7. How many $2.00 bets were there at Hialeah? (p. 49)
How many $100.00 bets? .............................


$6,023,225,506.00

133,992,730

$432,425,813.31


015,555,219.25
None


$15,678;000;00
$235,490.00


$399,898.11

11,002,345
73,714


*Florida State Racing Commission. Thirty-third Annual Report, June 30, 1964.










1963 CRIIUE INDEX CLASSIFICATION


CRIME

Murder .......................

Forcible Rape .....................

Robbery ....... ...............

Aggravated Assault ................

Burglary ................. .....

Larceny ($50 and Over) ..........

Auto Theft ........................


TOTALS


U.S.

4.5

8.7

53.1

78.4

517.6

324.3

211.6


1198.3


i1LORIDA1

8.2

7.0

71.1

1110.1

824.5

399.3

171.2


1592.4


MIAMII

8.0

11.5

146.5

169.9

1156.8

689.0

285.2


2466.8


Hoover, J. E., Crime in the United States. Uniform Crime Reports, 1963,
FBI, USDJ, July 20, 1964.

2
Exceeded in 1963 only by Los Angeles Long Beach, California, among
Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas reported in Crime in the United States,
footnote number 1 above.




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