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The Malakoff News, Thmday, ~kq3t. ~, 1J~--13A .~i~CIIILD WELFARE BOARD--Mere bers of the Henderson County Child Welfare Board for the upcoming year are, left to }~{front row) Emmy Finley of Malakoff, Shirley Sanders of Athens, Wllletta Tackett of LaRue and Jeanette King of ~k~f; (back row) Joe Short, Ronny McElroy, Jerry Jacobs, Peggy Gould (chairman) and Vlvlan Tumllnson, all of , Dwane Nichols of l,aRue and Susan Bush and Sondra Eddings, both of Athens. (Staff photo by Brett MormanJ a of the millions of dollars that on diet books, plans are a waste of money," Haggard, a foods and specialist with the Texas Extension Service, Texas :ard, a recent study POpular diet plans shows unfounded claims, en- POor nutritional practices misinformation, and require popular diet plans may ght loss or claim to body parts, such as the research shows that one- week is optimal for loss, says Haggard. can take place only of specific physical s, if at all. Overall weight loss required to reduce weight in body, she adds. nutritionists, physicians educators recommend a reducing plans often an unbalanced intake of diet plans are harmful, them from Yet omitting the car- in cereals and breads could cause a lack of thiamine, niacin and iron necessary for good health. Other diet plans advocate over- consumption of particular food groups like protein or fruit, which cannot provide all necessary nutrients. "Many popular diets also contain misinformation about digestive processes," states Haggard. Some plans claim that certain combinations of foods will "burn" fat, that digested food cannot cause weight gain, or that .stomach enzymes cannot digest a variety of foods at once. To "help" the digestive process these diets recom- mend eating only particular foods. Other diet books assert that people can eat as much as they want of certain foods and not gain weight, or that they can eat as much as they want and still lose: weight. This is simply wishful thinking and has no basis in fact, says the specialist. By requiring the purchase of special foods, devices or books, or promoting the use (and sale) of diuretics, appetite depressants, "miracle" foods vitamins or minerals, the diet "industry" makes money off of consumers. Diet plans are usually advertised with anacdotal evidence or testimonials by successful clients. But the ads don't dis(:uss all the people who tried the diet and failed to maintain a weight loss. According to Haggard, there are no scientific studies showing that any of these popular diets are successful in the long run for most people. The best way to reduce is with a nutritionally balanced diet, moderation of eating habits, increased physical activity and the establishment of good eating habits, which will result in gradual weight loss, she says. Calorie intake is from sugar About one-fourth of the average American's calorie intake is from sugar, says Mary K. Sweeten, a foods and nutrition specialist with Texas A&M University's Agricultural Exten- sion service. Natural forms of sugar found in fruits, vegetables and dairy products contribute six percent of these calories and the remaining 19 percent come from sugars added to foods. :, About two-thirds of the sugar adde4 to foods comes from eating proces~d foods and the rest from sugar used for cooking or taken from the sugar bowl at homeishe adds. Malakoff Independent School District P, JILCULATION OF EFFECTIVE TAX RATE AND PUBLICATION OF ESTIMATED UNENCUMBERED FUND BN.ANCES Tax Assessor-Collector for Malakoff ISD, in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 'Tax Code, have calculated the tax rate which may not be exceeded by more than the governing body of the Malakoff ISD without holding a public hearing as e. That rate Is as follows: $.5812 per $I00 of value. i t .t tlmated unencumbered fund balance for Maintenance & Operation fund: $-4)-. The f ated unencumbered fund balance for Interest & Sinking fund: $17,342.72. Allen, Tax Assessor-Collector September 20, 1983 CALCULATIONS USED TO DETERMINE EFFECTIVE TAX RATE levy from~he 1982 tax roll ................................................................. $1,118,125. : rate ($.5226 M&O mid $.057 I&S) ............................................................... $.$7N/$I00 (I&S) levy ... ........................................................................... $109,764. operation (M&O) levy ............................................................ $1,006,410. taxes on property in territory that has ceased to be a part of the unit in 1983 ............................ $-0- taxes on property becoming exempt in 1983 ....................................................... $12,3~5. taxes on taxable value lost because property Is appraised at less than market value in 1983 .......... 18,647, of all property ................................................................ $198,991,420. ~Xable value of new improvements added since Jan. I, 1982 ......................................... $3,033,750. value of property annexed since Jan. I, 1982 ....................................................... $-0- needed to satisfy debt service (l&S) ......................................................... $100,934. ) rathe 1982 tax levy due to appraisal roll errors (rate that should have been less rate that was levied). $-0-/$100 recoup taxes lost in 1982 due to appraisal roll errors (lost dollars divided by the difference of 1983 taxable 1983 over-65 homesteads taxable value) ......................................................... $-0-/100 ue of over-65 homesteads with frozen taxes ............................................. $10,671,366. M&O levy of over-65 homesteads with frozen taxes .................................................. $21,693. I&S levy of over-65 homesteads with frozen taxes .................................................... $2,704. ,TION AND OPERATION (M&O) TAX RATE TOtal tax levy (Data 1) .......................................................................... $1,116,125 service levy (Data 3) ............................................................. ---$109,764. on property no longer in unit (Data 5) ................................................. -4-0- 1982 Taxes on exemptions (Data 6) .......................................................... -412,385. Taxes on productivity valuation I Data 7) ................................................. -48,647. M&O levy of over.~5 homesteads (Data 15) ............................................ -421,003. TOtal taxable value of all property {data 8) .................................................... $198,091,420. Value of new improvements (Data 9) .................................................. -43,033,750 1983 Value of annexed property (Data I0) ........................................................ -4-0- lalue of over-65 homestead) (Data 14) .............................................. ---410,071,366. Taxable value for M&O .............................................................. $182,38~,304 adjusted 1982 M&O levy (I-G above) by the adjusted 1983 taxable value for M&O (2-E above) ($963,636 304) .................................................................................... $0.005283 by $I00 valuation ............................................................................... x$I00. and operation {M&O) rate for 1983 ......................................... $.$233/$190. ST AND SINKING (I&S) TAX RATE levy needed to satisfy debt (Data I 1 ) .......................................................... $100,934. of over-65 homesteads ( Data 18) ............................................... -42,704 levy .................................................................................. $98,~0 value of all property (Data 8) .................................................... $198,091,420 1983 Value of over-65 homesteads (Data 14 ) .............................................. -410,871,366. value for l&S ............................................................... $185,420,054. .he adjusted 1983 l&S levy (4-C above) by the adjusted 1983 tazable value for l&S (4-F above) ($98,~0. 054) ................................................................................... ~0.009829 by $100 valuation ................................................................................ x$100 interest and sinking rate (I&S) for 1983 .................................................... $.06191510@ ROLL ERROR RATE _ . 1982 levy due to appraisal errors (Data 12) .................................................. $/$100 ra~ to recoup taxes lost due to errors (Data t3) ................................................. plus $/$109 rate to adjust for appraisal roll errors .............................................................. $/$100 FFECTIVE TAX RATE FOR 1983 and operation (M&O) rate (3-C above) ...................................... $.$2~3/$100 interest and sinking (i&S) rate (4-I above) ....................................... plus $.0529/$100 to adjust for api~raisal roll errors (S-C above) .............................................. plus $/$198 1~] Effective T~x Rate ................................................................. $.~12/$109 I~S3 Effective Tax P~te is the tax rate published as required by See. 111.04, Property Tax Code. ~ppralsal~ ~ (if mace tlum 1% d total apl~'alsal roll), effect/re f~ taxh~ ~ on June 17,1163. V, 0 When you replace your home's old, worn out heating and cooling system with a new en- ergy efficient heat puml * Texas Power & Light will pay you a cash bonus for buying it: Based on the tonnage capacity of the unit. But the cash bonus is just the first benefit ....... .... .- of installing a new elec- " ..... tric heat pump. You ! 'U't .......... I .1r. f] i i] also save money on your i a'--- t operating costs. You l/u ....... -A/ help save energy all year 'round. And by using less energy, you help level our peak toad de- mand. (That's the time when more people are using more electricity.) So,you can see why even we don t sell or install heat pumps, we want to give you all the infor- mation you need to save energy and money when you do buy one. H.;I~ pum~)~, I,/ mt II, lv(! ar~ [[ ,~ (~ n~:I,~,y [ffl : ~l(:y RHio) ofgOor hgher "-'" - "I'EXAS IX)WER & I,I(;! 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