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Time, Next Year' a sure hit Sunday is March 12 irs Dinner Theater time is now to see "Same Time, Next Year," at Dinner Theater at 221 South 19th St. in Omaha, attraction, the Upstairs will hold "Harlan 12. Just $25 buys two tickets to the show a savings of over 25 percent. Call (402) on the Upstairs calendar is a warmly and nostalgic adaptation of Bernard play starring Ellen Burstyn and Charles affair in 1951 brings "George" and "Doris" 25 years after both decide to meet again, adulterous affair is generally frowned upon in this one actually helps espouse the values union. Child-rearing, sexuality, social are all touchingly touched on in separated into three five-year blocs. were denoted by changing music, sports set changes, not to mention to four laughs at fashion in is a basic cabin room, well lit and believable, Tim Gibbs (scenic design) and Kyle Pearson solid job. Phillips as Doris, double-timing her well as her on-set husband Harry. Keith Simpson alternate in the role of George as luring the show's run. All three :redits. orman Filbert has the fast-paced show on track a beat in its emotional variations. up during our showing, and the veteran actor credulity with the part. He's 27, fumbling, and romantic when we first see him. Years later, a veneer of polish fails to hide the first attract us to the character. :to see Simpson in the role. Allerton lack of education, Doris is more secure 24, Italian, cheerful, and unfortunately, has y age when we first meet her. Twenty- sac has grown wiser in the ways of the world, with her lot. We should all be so lucky. our instant rapport," George enthuses after y hit it off," she replies. audience, never failing to click on laugh on the way out. It's and romance, with maybe a tear m. After filling up at the Upstairs' groaning the show, there's little more a theater-goer - By Terry O'Connor Harlan Newspapers 8th Annual o g Polka Fest Sat., March 18 1 P.m.-1 a.m. (Doors open at noon) VET's AUDITORIUM, HARLAN ADMISSION: $5.00 ERNIE KUCERA ,qble, NE  8:30 p.m.-t0 p.m. 11:30 p.m.-I -.m. ERWlN SUESS &the HOOLERIE irQtdq Maw, MN 2:30 p.m.4 p.m. 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. PLENTY OF PARKING ALSO ROOM FOR CAMPER8 NO RESERVED TABLES By Carol Kenton Director of Economic 'Wild Bill' Janklow spices Iowa development meeting Former S.D. Gov. William Janklow was the fourth annual Iowa Utilities Economic De- velopment Workshop held Wednesday in Des Moines. I may be biased (I lived in S.D. while Jankow served his eight years in office), but "Wild Bill's" presentation made the workshop worth the trip. His topic was "The Global Economy and Its Impact on Your Home Town," pointing out that our competition in the struggle for economic growth is not our neighboring communities or even our neighboring states, but all those foreign countries we have pretty well ignored until now. One of his recommendations is that we teach foreign lan- guages in our schools so that we can communicate with the rest of the world. This isn't just French, German or Span- ish at high school level. This also means Japanese, Chinese and Russian. It also means the teaching of languages begin- ning in second or third grade. Janklow used the grain em- bargo of 1974 as an example to show that we cannot assume we are the only country able to produce agricultural products. Before 1974, Japan bought 100 percent of its soybean im- ports from the United States. Today they get 50 percent from South America where growing seasons and climate are similar to ours only in the opposite time of year. There are places with top soil 23 inches deep and areas as large as all of Iowa that have never been plowed. The former governor labeled the U.S. Congress as being ir- responsible for not tackling the national debt. To get some idea of what $3 trillion means, he said, "1 billion seconds ago many of us were fighting in the Korean War. About 100 billion seconds ago Jesus was walking the earth. Three tril- lion would be three times longer than that." This man pioneered the con- cept of interstate banking which Iowa is still struggling with. He may be known as "Wild Bill," but he does give us a lot to think about. Joe Kalal Kiwanis speaker 20,000 mile 'commute' from Africa for Kalal Joe Kalal, son of the Jim Kalals of Harlan, will speak at the 7 a.m. Monday morn- ing (March 6) gathering of Kiwanis. His topic will be Angola and Africa oil produc- tion. Kalal, an ISU chemical en- gineering graduate, is opera- tions supervisor with Chevron Oil. He works a 28- day cycle then commutes 20,000 miles back to Omaha, where his wife, the former Sally Mathiasen of Harlan, and two daughters live. The meeting is open to the public and will be held at Myrtue Memorial Hospital Auble Center, Harlan Lions Club & Swanson Marine Sales Division @ FISHING & BOATING SHOW u Wed., March 8 & Thurs., March 9 noon - 10 pm both days, Vets Auditorium,Harlan, IA e day admissions & under free TONY DEAN I Host of syndicated TIT show l 'Outdoor Tony Dean" KIIOWn thro#ghout the Midwest for his outdoor Tic show PRIZES 2 2 FISHING EXPERTS Cr_7"I..IN BOATS  MOTORS I I _. SPONSORED BY HCHS BAND PARENTS: Featuring: ncakes & Sausage Supper C,,.soAKES Michels wins Crow's corrl yield award Milford, I11. - with a yield of 187.51 bu., No. 2 corn per acre from Crow's 488, a mid season hybrid, Joe Michels of Panama, earned the 1988 District CornMaster Award from Crow's Hybrid Corn Company. Michels planted his win- ning entry on 4-25-88 and i harvested the crop on 9-22-88 from a final stand of 21,000 plants per acre. The harvest moisture was 19.1 percent. Sec A-Pg. 3A tan IA News Advertiser I t. morn., March 4, 1989] Phone 755-3111 // NEED A MAILING ENVELOPE: see the various sizes at the Harlan Tri- bu{, BROASTED CHICKEN & FISH FRY Includes Soup $295 & Salad Bar Friday & Saturday Evenings 5-8 p.m. Coffee Cup AVOCA, IOWA 343-6467 .: .............. , r-a . ...... ==================================,r,n =,, ,,...----::::, iiiiiiiiiiiii::iiiiiiiiiii!i:::iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii i;i iii i iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!i !ii!i:::mwt=J twA m::::ii!ii!:/:::iiiii:: '00TACO SOE i!i iilil! dei ii00, Hwy 44 West Harlan 755-5544 Buy One at Regular 99 Help Betsy, Ben & Our Entire Staff Celebrate Our 1-15 Stop in and register to win one of five great prizes! It's our way of saying Thanks for a fantastic five years! Pizza Party For 20 Family Pizza Supper 5 ft. Sub Sandwich Large Cherry Cheesecake Pizza Party For 10 Children's Prize Drawings Stop in for details. FREE Balloons & Tootsie Rolls for the Kids! SUBS & SUDS 805 7th, Harlan 755-3309 Thurs., ,March 9 5 - 7:30 p.m. HCHS CAFETERIA HARLAN, IOWA CHICKEN SUPP Sun., March 12 S5.0o R Serving 4-8 p.m. PER PERSON WESTPHALIA SCHOOL HALL Sponsored By: WESTPHALIA F/RE DEPARTMENT SHELBY COMMUNITY BENEFIT & PIE SUPPER For the JIM & DONNA PAUL Family of Shelby Thurs., March 9 4-8 p.m SHELBY COMMUNITY CENTER ADULTS: $3.50 ' CHILDREN AGES 5-12:$2.00 CHILDREN UNDER 5: FREE SPONSORED BY THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Additional donations appreciated, and may be left at Farmers Savings Bank CAKE & SUPPER Sun., Mar. 5 Serving 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. IRWIN COMMUNITY BLDG. Country Music Beginning at 2:30 p.m. Adults: $2.50 Children: $1.50 Sponsored By: Greenridge Steam & Gas Antique Club HOMECOMING T- -!.Y 1, 1989 Mark Your Calendars n0w! Public and Parochial schools classes honored, 25 yr., 30 yr., 40 yr. & 50 yr. .. , Who is this for? Anyone who lived at Defiance or wished they had! DINNER - ENTERTAINMENT- PRIZES! More Information Later... SHELBY COUNTY PORK PRODUCERS o g Barrow Show MON., MARCH 6 WEIGH-IN 11 A.M. - 1 P.M. (CARCASS SHOW AT JIM'S LOCKER, HARLAN, THURS., MARCH 9, 7:30 A.M.) KIMBALLTON AUCTION KIMBALLTON, IA FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: DALLAS MCDERMOTT 773-3622 00ORLD " . Cookie= Decoratinn t-,,k,." .... ---."--Painting,. OF FUN" Sun., March 5 - OLYMPICACTIVIT'q A--.----,,, A--IIplr'NL qtl  SPONSOREDB:I . S.[p O iqgO, ,,,L,YCO. l'y  DAY 2-4 p.m. So li o toss, EXTENSIONI VET' A DIT RI M HARLAN ADMISS'u=: F V p,l FAMILY LIVINGI , " _, .......... ,,, o, mmeasertJames, Hopscotch, etc. ' COMMITTEE] Oast Beef Dinner ROAST BEEF, POTATOES, GRAVY, DRESSING, 'EN BEANS, SALAD BAR & PIE SUN., MARCH 5 11 A.M. - 1 P.M. PORTSMOUTH ADULTS s4.50 SPONSORED BY: COMMUNITY  Children 10 &  ST. MARY'S CHURCH HALL Under s2.50 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION