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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment New Texas November Myron Floren at Wurstfest 87 V deilgnatcd Public xxx barricades Only vehicles with VIP or OPA parking stickers or vehicles with delivery stickers will be permitted through when barricades are OP Restricted parking area for vehicles with OPA parking stickers only SP Parking areas for all vehicles with either a VIP or OPA parking Gates A and D SP parking in areas with manned When parking in Gate D use walk bridge across Comal River Gate Gates 1 and 2 Entrances to Wurstfest New Years Eve Party Dance Music By per person in advance For Reservations or BYOB Set Ups Available Information Call 379 0602 Toys for adults fun and expensive NEW YORK AP Toy trains chug around tiny tracks inside staidlooking Stereo speakers loom 7Vfeet tall and have an equally huge pricetag Its called the Toys for Adults but many of the toys per sonal laser a restored 1962 Ferrari are only for those adults to whom money is a I think most people would find it very walking into a Porsche knowing they cant afford said Gary who created the show and counts himself in that So a former scrap metal persuaded ex hibitors to bring their flashy dream boats and other extravagant toys to convention It started five years ago as a one weekendayear venture in Cincin This it spread to Hart New Philadelphia and Many attend the shows to he A few actually But the exhibitors consider everyone as future said As New Yorks first show opened a threeday run Friday at the Javits Convention Kirschner pointed out his own favorite a gray 1962 Driven just it is offered for by an exoticcar Americans love Its the biggest toy you can said The big stereo speakers are lower on his Hed buy them if 1 were a When you order those they cut down a rosewood tree in Brazil and ship it to the United States Then a shipbuilder cuts and polishes the wood into pounds worth of wood and woofers and Got a hernia from moving a speaker across your livingroonV No problem a in your now blackleather hottub should ease the The tub was invented in California where else said company president Jerry Deveney The frugal executive may preler to spend a mere for the batteryoperated toy which circles illybitty animals and people inside a briefcase My wife would really Kill me if 1 came home with a S5LKJ briefcase tram Kirschner said wistfully But the kids would love me November 6 Music By Drifters of Victoria to For Reservations or Information Call 379 0602 November Music By The Goolaks to BYOB Set Ups Available ATTRACTION Weekdays 9 30 Weekdays Hell rear youi soul Sun 1 lOlTO Weekdays 10 Weekdays HAMBURGER HILL Weekdays 7 20 Sat Sun 5 05 9 05 Weekdays 7 05 Dont Forget To Count The Opas w Ow lijuit co ttw ptocwiti of liw Ol In Todays Join in on the exciting Count The Opas Contest starts new Sunday of each week through There areOpas in todays Herald Zeitung holding a newspaper in his If you are not a current paidup subscriber to the HeraldZeitung there is still time start your subscription and double the prize money Dont Miss An Issue San Antonio Sat fa Sun 200400700900 Mun 700900 CANTBUYME LOVE Call Today 6259144 Hello Taco Bell Dollar Days Your Choice f Regular Tacos BeanBurritos I WU t Jostados NewBrauolels Gftod for one week only We re A Convenience Store And More Prices Good 29 thru Nov 4th HERE AT LAST I I Ji Picnics in the Movies after Dark Holiday SundaygotoMeetings Party Dinner Anytime is CHICKEN TIME KIPS HALLOWEEN TREATS ON US Our New Hot Deli Now Serving Dinner Manske Rolls Rings t French Fries iEgg Rolls tChicken Seagrams Wine Coolers 4 pak All Coors Beg Light 12 pak Miller Products 12 pak Bud or We Lose You Win Ail Name Brand Keg Prices Dropped 6205626 Catt Us for More Information Loop 337 ART SHOW I Jilurat Craft The Show Soli In Texas 31 1 7 Wurstfest Weekends Main I Senior f teuter TV
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