Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 6, 1976 · Page 10
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·Ite Idaho Pr,.P,, B 4 ^ NOT .T Vitu .^. Salurday,March6.197S--10 V Australia Rotary Club sponsors trip i.iSiaffl'holoi] THAT FAR-AWAY gleam In her eye may liaic meant Stephanie Cm ens. Vallivue junior, was airpark anliclpaling her riiijhl lo Australia for a year's slay as an'lnlernational Exchange Student through Die Rnlary Club's s|ionsorshi|i K}' .Marie I), (ialytai, Krw PJWS Family Editor NAMPA - Nol every high school sludent gets a trip ID Australia for her birthday. And although il wasn't exactly a present. Stephanie Clvens. a junior at Vallivue High School, did arrive in Ihe "Land Down Under" the day before her 17th birthday. Stephanie, Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jaek Givcns. was selected to parlicipale in the liotary Club-sponsored International Student Exchange afler submitting an application and going Ihrough a screening procedure in Salt Lake City. IVIicn interviewed here just prior lo her departure she was very excited about the (rip. She admitted Britain had been her first choice, and she also had been interested in visiting Japan, but "the committee in charge of smdenl placement tries to send the young people lo appropriate areas," she reported. "1 guess they thought I was too lall lo 'fit in' willi the people of Japan," Stephanie confided with a twinkle. "When 1 applied il sounded like a lot of fun. But once I knew 1 had been accepted, well, 1 had second thoughts, of course." She wenl on (o explain. "II was really hard lo leave my family and friends. But 1 love to travel - I always liavc." And travel she has! Her flight took 10 hours anil crossed the International Dateline, thereby losing a day that she will not regain until her -..'^n (o the li.S. nexl year. Stephanie will live with three different volunteer Rotary families in Aloruya while she is in Australia, two of whom live right nn llu- coast with Ihe beach literally in their backyard. Thisshould be quite a change far a Kirl from land-locked Idaho. Her course of study has been worked out, she said, and approved by her principal al Vallivue, so that she will.not lose any credils. She will return for the second half o! her senior year and graduate with her own class. She expressed regret that she would miss some of her senior class activities but an opportunity like this was not one Stephanie coultl pass up. Stephanie inherits her adventuresome nature, perhaps, from her great grandfather an early Nampa pioneer, who homestcadcd in Ihe area which stiJI hears his name - Givens Springs. Stephanie, anil ,",f, u;her Notary-sponsored exchange students bound for New Zealand as well as Australia, met in Los Angeles for the light. Stephanie, who has pen pals all over the world, including Japan, Norway and England, also has three'in Australia. "I'm really Imping lo meet them while I'm here," she said "it's probably a once-in-a- hfelimo chance!" She also expressed her -sincere gratitude to the Kotary Clubs which have made this entire program possible. Stephanie, who is an'honor student, (al east a high It average is required lo be in the Kotary* exchange student program) ad- milted she would miss her choir, piano and guitar studies, but she was obviously Ino thrilled iihnut the trip to look back with any lingering regrets. So. as Nampa .shivered Ihrough its wintry February and March snows, Slcphanie Givens celebrated her 17lh birthday in Ihe warm ocean breezes of an Australian summer. rer's billboard W ill canning jar lids be here? |_ I f 6Sty 16 lly.leaniie I.PSP A limel; reminder from Jlcnmc A Holler. Pans. III.: "Planting- season will snon be iipon us. and soon after follows panning time Ye! there are still Jin jar lids on the grocery "My hackles are beginning to rise, as I feel I'm being set up for I'xlorlion again by the wholesale people and the retail outlets. Where ... are Ihe jar lids'!" i On llieir way. say tnamifac- lurcrs. including a company Jjfenilhe ivhi) p.vppcis repLice- lient lids to heeome a glul on Hie liarkel during the )37i; conning leason j Harold A. Melsker liases his gplimism in part on the · -v JlV'W- !! larkt '! llf ·bom § adffJrmaUid'mamifac- lirers ·Besides |hc. Jhrce tra'di-' · omit 1 * ones' " fii-rr Class etui-ing Corp.. Sand {firings.' cikla.. Ball Bros, o Suncie. Iml . and Hernardin o vaiiM-ille. JIKJ Metsker who is genera .anagei of Kprr's consunici "ducts division, said hi ready has indications that lid [· starling to appear in stores !ith no purchase limit signs nn iem. so yuii probably will fini: s many as \ on want by Ihe lime inning s'vasnn begins m ynur ·pa. In Muncip. nn executive ol ill iirns *ajs ihc cnmpam ans to produce and put into slriiiution al leasi fis per cent ore rcplaci'iiieni caps and lids is year thiiii il shipped in 1975 Thai, phis competition from out \'2 new m.mulacturers, :iiild liclp keep retail prices al reasonable level liu' Mrs DCUIIC l.o'.-k".-. Julian, lif.. h.icl problems w i t h one » lirand. She writes"In October of !'.i?3. I our- ased Iwo dozen Iberia ninng jar InU despite the ilarndia: 1 lirand name );ily ree nf the jar-; sealed The alinu cfli:)|nund hail either I'ltcd nr ru:i from under ihe nds or simply h.'id no! adhered ll'.p lid nseff " \lrs Locke- e:u'loseii a sample will: an urislix'k scaling tii'.p.. d a i i]i of a lellcr from Ihe porlei. Joseph I" Sanchtv. ncral mar.agpr of Iberia t'SA. ·. '·'·'. San l.ins Obis[ii. Calif iH'hez'? lellcr apologized and plieri thai replacements ^ifd tje sciil Nnne was [ched. and a second letter lo · importer was unanswered p cdecked uiili Gordon ill. consumor a f f a i r s officer the Fowl and Druf Adminis- lion in l.os Angeles, u ho said sample Iberia lid had bpcn :ected In his agency, but Ihc A has no further informal ion renily. Scon added that the A would have jurisdiction r a defective lid only if it ·o made w i t h an unaimroved itivc inai morales irmn ihe into tin.' food. P suggest writing In the stalp rnev gpnoral's office about mattPr n ihe fjucslion of unfamiliar brand names. Assoc. Prof, i Klipp«lpin of the Division Nutritional Sciences. Cornell vpi-silv in Ithaca. N.V., said ,iie .susjiecl [or various roaiiii5. iniMuding difficulty with scaling. .She said most people are imdmg lids made w i t h plastic products, such as I'lasln Pi-ndiii-ts' I'lasl-o-Top. t|uesliD:;able. Shu said tests w i t h Jar l.id Brand from Jar [.id Co New York City, revealed nn way Df identifying a sale seal by sound or visually. Prof Klippslein also said two Klik-il Corp lids failed Invent in lab k-sts. and howed and buckled. She said stainless steel lids troin Hnckivfll Inlprnalion- a\ were more dilficult to use than i-Djjvi'iiiioiial lids. ,md one «ul of three foiled lu seal in lab lesls She said nn problems in lab lest.s uere found with Kerr two- p'arl lids, any Ball llros. lids. Bernaidin's I' S.-madv golden cnlor luls. Ouon^-lllinois's ,-... t ,v Hulion. Anchnr-Ilock- V ing's four types and Poly-bac ·Ma.snn Jar l.ids. a .\e«- Zealand ii'M'oit. She added thai some P Ainerit-aiis ului Ijroughl Her- I iiai'tlin's silvcr-ciilnred lids in Canada lasl ear reportpd quality control poor and some sealing lailnres. and TorqiicHilc lids tested all right, bill greal delays occurred in filling mail orders. The person to write about tills is Mrs. Harriet Mai-Mis. Consumer Service 1'fpi.. Torque-Rite. Kdison Kicking Corp.. I'.O Uox 1511 Kdison. N.J. im8i7 -Vildri'ss ynur I'lmsiinu-i- com- plaliils HI- iiiijuirips [,, linyer's Ilillljriiiril. l I'!, ins s ; ii'ional l'ri".N lluilding. Washingdm, D.C. JIHII.I. i-iiclusing, a self,- VliOUT 10 i-elflirale their 2(llh U'l-ildini; amiii prs;in. on April !l. Princess (irate and Prince Kainier of .Monaco gave an rxclusiw interview lo McCall's maga7ine. TalklnK about Ihflr inaniagp and family. Princess Crate reveali'd her feeling that, "in a man-woman relntionship. Hie man slmukl be head at (lie family and unchallenged by woman." In (he marital pari- nersliip, she continued, (he woman "has lo give more than ·'in |»T cent to make her marriage successful." H'PIPhoto) Gladys Holcomb Micky Hurigalo Vlnetla Joidan TIRED OF THAT OLD SAGGY LOOK Shape Up For Spring calling us about our lantastic Joy Bra and body shaper ward- fobs;. Plus 10% off all New Swim Wear thru the monihol March. 467-2339 Esther Lane 466-2638 466-9745 Neva Stark 466-6791 466-8704 Eslella Winters 459-7175 Why Kid*-? r'hen wearing a coat with a ;e fur collar, make sure don't totally obscure your __ ! with a hat that's loo big ami a bulky scarf. This Ad Effective Sunday. March 7th Thru Monday. March 8th Sears KarcherMall crisply dotted knit jumpsuit Figu'fi Honoring knit jumpsuil dolled or,J collared in White for a fresh Spring silhouelie you'll lovo Machine washable Navy, Rod, Green. Black or Brown. 19.99 Just say "Charge it!" FRESH SPRING FABRICS FULL BOLTS! CHARGE IT On Sears Revolving Charge SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Sears SKARS,ROK«]JK AND CO, Soars - Caldwcll ")2! Cleveland Blvd. '159-36!! ,, Sit lNIJ.rii:N.M.

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