New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 26, 1995, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 26, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Briefs Cadbury Uncorks Dr Popper Bid LONDON (AP) — The confectionary conglomerate Cadbury Schweppes PLC bid $1.71 billion today to acquire Dr Pepper-Seven-lJp Cos. Inc. of Dallas and said Dr Pepper s board will recommend that shareholders accept. The merger would make Cadbury the No. 3 player in the $49 billion a year U.S. soft drink industry, with a 16 percent market share that would make it a tougher nval to giants Coca-Cola and Pepsi. It would give chairman Dominic Cadbury his goal of a dominant position in the growing non-cola sector of the world’s biggest market. Cadbury bid $33 per share in the cash offer for Dr Pepper, up from Dr Pepper’s closing price of $30.50 Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange. Cadbury said it would finance the offer by raising $632 million in a cash call to shareholders. The company will raise another $ 117.6 million through an unusual arrangement in which it will ask shareholders to take extra stock in lieu of dividend payments. Inmates To Raise Crops For Needy In Southeast Texas HOUSTON (AP) — A new program that uses prison land and labor to provide food for the needy in Southeast Texas has been launched. The program, dubbed “Texas Fresh Approach” by organizers, will be a cooperative effort of the Texas Department of Cnminal Justice, the Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections Department and the Hous ton Food Bank. “The program is a win-win situation that allows individuals who owe society a debt to give back something positive,” Sen. John Whitmire, D-Houston, said Wednesday. “The inmates who participate in this program have got to feel better about themselves.” Inmates already plant hundreds of acres of produce each year to feed the state prison population. Next season, they will plant extra crops to provide 680,000 pounds of fresh food. New Jersey Man Sues For $10.4 Million Texas Prize HOUSTON (AP) — A New Jersey man is staking his claim to a $10.4 million Lotto Texas jackpot with a lawsuit against state lottery officials. Scott Wenner, 37, of Riverside, N.J., correctly picked the six winning numbers in a Nov. 23 drawing, but Texas Lottery chief Nora Linares ruled he couldn’t collect the prize. Texas law bars unlicensed sale of lottery tickets and prohibits retailers from charging more than face value. For his $1 ticket, Wenner paid $2 to Pic-A-$tate. a Lakewood, N.J., ticket broker not licensed by Texas Lottery. In a lawsuit filed in state district court Wednesday, Wenner alleges breach of contract against Linares and lottery commissioners. He also accuses the lottery of discrimination because he lives out of state. Clinton’s Attack On Helium Reserve Raises Eyebrows WASHINGTON (AP) — Now that Jan. 29,19?? Happy Birthday Frank From Texas S kl Joy, Betty, Raymond, Marilee, Fat, Ataghan, Carolyn. Larry, Lu, dona. Jolyn, Robert President Clinton has criticized the federal helium reserve in front of a national audience, it’s going to be much harder to save the off-attacked Texas program, defenders say. “President Clinton’s grandstanding last night certainly didn’t help,” Rep. Mac Thomberry, R-Clarendon, said Wednesday. The attack during Clinton’s State of the Union address came as a surprise to the program’s operators and government overseers. After all, it was only a year ago that his administration stressed its support for the helium reserve based near Amarillo. But there Clinton was Tues-day night, holding the helium reserve out as a cut he will propose to Congress as a way of making government “smaller, less costly and smarter.”TAX TIMEThe following is a listing of tax preparing professionals. HOWARD MCELROY and Co., P.C. C.P.A. 755 N. Loop 337 Suite A 625-8942Ifs not how much you make, Ifs how much you keep." JOCHEC, JOCHEC & JOCHEC, P.C. 457 Landa St., Suite H 210-606-6659 (Metro) ndividual & Business Tax Returns- Electronic Filing POSPISAL TAX SERVICE On The Plaza 625-6997 COMPUTERIZED TAX PREPARATION You or your business is invited to participate in this tax listing, which will run everyday until 4/14. Call Laura at 625-0144 tor more information.50 Thursday, Jan. 26,1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 3 0 0 Original prices of fall & winier merchandiseWinter Wrap-Up Misses’ & Juniors’ Sportswear & Dresses Petites’ Sizes & Women’s World Intimate Apparel • Shoes • Children’s Apparel Men s Sportswear, Furnishings & Dress Clothing Jewelry & Accessories • Outerwear for the Family Selections vary by store. Interim markdowns have been takenBEALLS |1>erald-HeitungJ||| Babies on Parade Spring ^Fashion ll • si d^UIDE This is a very special broadsheet! [which will be published in the Herald-Zeitung, Advisor and Canyon Lake Times-Guardian. This is a guide to upcoming fashion trends as perceived by local fashion [merchandisers. By advertising in the [special section you will reach over 2 7,000 readers, which means traffic in your business to show off the latest Fashions you Offer. Your sales! representative will contact you soon! 1995 f"LetYour Fashion Deadline: Februai Show ry 20th Published: Herald-Zeitung February 26th, Canyon Lake Times-Guardian & The Advisor February 28th. Tabloid Everyone likes to look at pictures, especially baby {photos, when it is someone you know such as your [children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or any child that is special to you. By placing your ad in this special tabloid, you will reach 26,100 readers. This special tabloid will be published Sunday, February 26th in the Herald-Zeitung, {Wednesday, March I in the Canyon Lake Times Guardian [and Thursday, March 2 in the Advisor. The cost per column inch is $11.00. Keep in mind that this is a good [market for businesses that specialize in products or [services for young families, small children and babies. To reserve your space call Pat, Susi or Zandra at 625-9144. Deadline is February 20th. ;