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Image 7 of Kentucky farm and home science, vol. 3 No. 3 summer 1957

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*****5 Pe mic 0* S***t·*m*i¤ei·*·*¤* mt 24 **0*** 'lagldrdy ............................ *557*5 1%;*;.23 ........ .................... *5%% period, 1952 . »· Q - I . . . . . Muhlenberg ................ 52.5 Letcher ........................ 88.5 nstrucuonal expenditures per pupil in average daily . . L1v1ngston .................... 59.5 Green .......................... 91.0 +-9. em-·i¤¤¤¤ et S¢h¤¤i» 1953 Bell .............................. 59.5 Adair .. ..... 91.0 Percentage of total births delivered in hospital Greenup ...................... 59.5 e5t1c7"][]..[]ZZ[...ZZ ..... 91.0 he Percentage of dwelling units with hot mining water, rayict .......................... 59.5 Lawrence .................... 95.5 . with private toilet and bath, and not dilapidated, 1950 VVhitley ........................ 59.5 Knox ............................ 95.5 » *·* Full value of taxable real estate per capita, 1952 Logan .......................... 59.5 Laurel ..,.,.,,......,........... 95.5 { Population Per Physician, Ly0I1 ............................ Cu1T1b€I‘l;-llld .. .............. ~ *‘ Residence telenhenes Pei- 100 Population Spencer ........................ 64.5 Metcalfe ...................... 95.5 , e Pereentage of seheel census ehildren in average daily McLean ........................ 64.5 McCreary .... . ............... 95.5 attendance at School, 1953 Gallatin ........................ 64.o Lee .............................. 100.0 . . . Robertson .................... 68.0 Powell .......................... 100.0 . e ,, Daily newspapers circulated per 100 population, 1952 Marion 680 Lewis 100 0 .· . _ Etiwire feitiiitr wie <¢i·iidi<=¤ **¤d¢i 5 rei i·°°° is- Pulaski ..111iQQZfZfIZ[ZKCfZZZZ 6810 175C1.5.{g11L;`"Q§Z§ZZIZfZiZZ‘Z{Zi1959 et males 20-44 years old, inclusive) 1950 Owen ___,,__,_,___..,_..,........ 73.0 Menifee ........................ 103.0 P9? Capita 1¤€0m€7 1952 Lincoln .............. . ......... 73.0 Monroe ........................ 103.0 _ ’*·‘ Percentage of total births delivered by a physician, 1951 Floyd ............................ 73.0 Clinton ........................ 103.0 Percentage of dwelling units reporting central heating Larue .......................... 73.0 Breathitt ...................... 106.0 4 “‘ equipment, 1950 Bath .............................. 73.0 \7Vayne .......................... 108.5 C X ll pereentage Ol employed Persons engaged in Service ein, Meade .......................... 73.0 Butler ..... . .................... 108.5 Y Pleymene 1950 glzirlan .......................... Clay ........................... , Ugg .. ......................... . I. l’1lgO I1 ...................... . ‘*r* Below is the ranking Of eOnntieS> beginning with lillackinridge ................ EVo]fe .......................... 111.0 —» these which ai? mst urban ¤¤·=¤idi¤e to the com- H5?..1l11jjj1l1§1jlllijillilljljl 7915 EE`1TEZ§.{g;;;;`fllllliilliilliilliii1213 posite index built from the merger of all the items on Hancock ...................... 52.0 ElllO({ .......................... 116.0 Y *5 the abOv€_ In reading the table 1·1OtiC€ Sovgn .. ...... . ................... _ll1C1{S011 .......... . ............. V. _r>* Counties for the Classification urnost urbanis SO each .......................... ..... . ................. . .... is given e rank of 4; nine counties tie for “ne>> (Or Grayson ........................ 87.0 Owsley .......................... 116.0 least urban), so each has a rank of 116. 2* The Medical Needs of Kentucky 5 '-'$ Ranking of Counties in Kentucky From (Continued fmm Page 3) 1 Ln the “Most Urban" to "lVI05t Rural" according to the number of persons per medical doctor C L R k C t R k in 1955, Kentucky ranked 40th in the United States, 0I.\I\ BD 01.1h BD _ _ , _ _ Bourlivon ........................ 4.0 UI`11011 .......................... 27.5 with e ratio of 1,139**- New York mnl¤t<>ts _ _ Oldham ........................ 19.0 Crittenden .................... 44.0 in the United States. Thus, it appears that the situa- lessamine .................... 19.0 \Vashington. ................ 44.0 tion eeneeining the Supply nl meelienl (leeteis in . l Mason .......................... 19.0 Nelson .......................... 45.5 (Cmlmued m P C 8) H k' . ........................ 21.5 F lt .......................... 4“.7 ·’ ' ‘ ”·'!’ _ , l·l3i1i;ld15 ...................... 21.5 Nliclibllas ...................... 3. Q Shelby .......................... 23.5 Fleming ........................ 52.5 11111 coiuputiug this ratio, retired llll)/SlL'12l]lS and those not 1. Boone .......................... Carlisle ......... . .............. 52.5 in practice were iuclud<·d. \VllUl1 such physit·i1111s wort- cx- - Carroll .......................... 25.5 Ohio .............................. 52.5 cludcd the ratio for Kt-utut·ky iiicrcascd to 1,209. All 1il1)ll11l- il Montgomery ................ 25.5 Bullitt .......................... 52.5 tio11s in this study exclude pl1ysici1111s iu llllll-ilIIl(‘ g()\’(}l'l)llI(’lIl Marshall ...................... 27.5 Pendleton .................... 52.5 service. ) • KEMUCKY FARINI AND Home Sc1E1·