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June 3, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Matlock I n H us pi Fire| r ore. .,.o v,.,,o0 i ornan ,, Holiday weekend Jarell's CoveAssociation in Mason County. By DORAHEARING Janice Springer and Homer Floyd Hearing h . y "" ~l~l~l!te |:out Smith had about as many boats as the There were five squares of dancers MATLOCK - The Mary M. from the Alumni Association and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Townsend ~Jl~ ~'~_versity of overhead seagulls had feathers, who performed. Church [ FIRSlr BAPlrlST I Knight Firemans Association is certificates to Diana Cook and of Lake Nahwatzel. sponsoring a dance at the Me[lock Bonnie Crabtree by American Mrs. William Harris and Mrs. 910 East Dearborn ] #Ill| |Df'U [ Grange Hall Saturday night Legion Post No. 31. State Rep. P.M. Farrell of Montesano were LEWlSB.WYSONG,Pastor [ ~nvR~,n [ Orchestra is "Four Guys With P a u l C o n n e r g a ve t he Tuesday afternoon callers at the ] 5th and Cote [ Grace." - Commencement Address. Elvin Hearing home. Sunday School.. ....... 9.45 a m [ Downtown Shelt....,~n I. Mary M. Knight High School Matlock Grange will hold its Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing MorningWorshlp .. ll:O0a.m. [ June 6 1971 I h e 1 di t s4 0 t ha n n u a 1 regular meeting this Friday night spent last week Wednesday withC.V.'s& Cadets .... 6:00 p.m. I ' I Evenin Service. ...... 7.00 p m "GOD STILL SPEAKS TO at8p.m, their cousin Mrs. William Bible~udy(Wed)../:O0p.m. I THOSE WHO TAKE, TIME [ commencement program last Saturday night with nine seniors Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash Duckwitz of Rochester. Sunday ] TO LISTEN!' [ graduating. They were Homer returned last week after spending the Hearings visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and Nicholas Iverson who three weeks in' Minnesota with Duane Lovette and family of /9:30 a.m....... Sunday School I were the highest honor students; relatives and friends. They drove Skokomish. ~, Vie~F /*ll:00 a.m... Morning Worship [ Denise Avery, Audrey Beerbower, 9,000 miles. This weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ruffin 17:00 p.m ............ Evenin~ ! Fred Dahman, Teresa Graham, at the Cash home were their of Cheshire, Ore. were Friday Alliance Church [ Gospe Hour [ /!ii~ei~ :~: ~e~i~nYT! ~d oY~di!!l~id :Knh~aiei toeSU f~mra YYa !YilP!do i ttGlet~iDianaandApril Henderson, Janice SpringerEighth Jeancook,MCPhersOngradeeighthgraduates. grade honor were daughter and family Mr. and MrS.Manor.DavidMr. Chamblinand Mrs. Ludf AlderwoOdRossmaier visitedanddinner guests of their cousins Mr.Mr.Mrs. andR'Mr.E'Mrs.BradherrY'and Herbert Mrs. Elmer Helin Morning WorshipSUnday Washington & "J StS.school .... .. 11:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. |*/Dir'[/Wednesday Bible StudYTheChristmnMornmg7:00Ed"3-mP'm'worshipBarwickis |EEl student; Bonnie Crab[rye, Bruce were Monday evening guests atHoskinsofSatsop Sunday. Evening Service .... 7:00p.m. ] [broadcast live over KMAS, [ Haddock, John Hickson, Grace the Eugene Rossmaier home in Mr. and Mrs. William Avery Prayer Hour(Wed.) . 7:3Op.m. I [1280 Re. [ Hoover, Gary Jeffries, Peggy Olympia to celebrate Mrs. Eugene were host and hostess for a ~ ~J Lillie, Beverly Oien, Rite Rossmaiers birthday, graduation party for their Schmidtke, Loft Trimble and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van daughter Denise at the Me[lock Clyde Welch. deBergh of Forest Grove, Ore.Grange Hall last Saturday night. Scholarships were givento were Tuesday visitors at the Elvin Many relatives and friends CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS i attended. ................ ,,,u..,~ Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 . . were Thursday night dinner guests Priesthood Meet ng 9 i,~,~e-l~],,.~,~,~,,~e, of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer to .............. 15 a m Sunday School ........ " .......... 11" " " Sacrament Meeting . . " .................... r :OO a.m. birthdays. " ....................... o:uu p.m. For Summer Sess|on Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier d and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley Student enrollment for include beginning, intermediate were visitors in Centralia Sunday. United Methodist Church t b;17tgu Lh;~: :~ to the ~ d :J re:er Vocational Technical Institute is speed and accuracy; applied few days at Auburn with relatives. G and King Streets ] ~ ~p:r~tll"e~",rnit ,,T"~spltala,,~ovelast BlllO-U phages ~ammes ann menveThe Ranver,B ineJim McAuliffe~tc] rlreaDWn at the Maples Colony a onClasseStheandsouthwestadditinal subjeCtsed e willof I Expert Installation office Mt--Tilev ew ~~_0 days later, counted more than 100 boats at week ago Wednesday Pat and ;~lie~sen.t_surgery on the docks and tied to bouTs John Dunlap were delighted to ~t'~i0,._'e.prt she'll Saturday evening have John's sister and her -~main t -" / da-y~ ~_ here for .......... husband George and Patty ,: de/or Last week s Leltovers ' . lY,~ll~-~h~./ e being. Calvert of Rochester, Minn. drop ~i~A-t0~lt~e~ But they Friday. afternoon the fourth in for a brief visit on their way ' "~ wee s ann Iitth grant classes irom ~al0alt r, oi k he ....... back home. The couple had just " ~~h-'~~ "~== Well with floater ~cnool along with their .... ~,,,n ...... e;,~.. ;n 14,waii ' uity F "" ,.v,,v ..................... I~l[~ ' Ore sho-" teachers, Rolland Quinn and John ........... "~lia, ~ ,t .. . .ann couian t resist the ^~ 6 aurae she"" ttarp enjoyea an extremely " " .......... e as ,-"77~A1"- vl ,,,.... n ~ ..~ , ~ ...... , ._, opportunity oJ Dying as cJo~ .~l~... "utelles Aft,,,oeautllUl Gay at me Jarrell s uove v...,~o.,A , ;,~,..,, .... ;.,, ,,,~ t,-, )FI]~J ted from t~-" State Park The bus driver was ......... -l~utet~._. ms ...... " . see rat ann Jonn even n ]t ~ii~ .i 'atohave-~ wnma Minor and three morns .......... . ., l; l~rfo me ........... coulan t de zor a very ~ong visit. Y~ thrx ,~l~/~ rev.~- _d this. guest over this p~t weeken congratulations and many good ~'?, h~,"tug for the a c~ose friend, Vivian KooKs from . wishes to Gordon and Odella REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, Minister [ Services: 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. [ Church School begins at 9:30 a.m. I " ' .... . U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. , I NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CNURCN r ' "~ Phone 426-2488 ,e .... /23,W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Rev. Paul Butted" Id ~,me ~tua 9.45 a m Y . . . . ...................... - . o Christian Training ................ . ........... 6:30 p.m. ] and family of 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. ~I~Ka:t~s for this Kent. They took advantage of the Brown who were celebrating their I I --Formica Wednesday evenmgtestimonymaetings 7:30 P.m ! ~i~ale 0~raget at hergorgeous weather and had a 25th wedding anniversary with an ~.~ a,~ -tile beach cookout. Ben and Ethel Rigneyopen house area home lasi also joined the threesome for a Stan and Annie Y t' af er ~:i~:~ I~, Week s leave very pleasant evening ........... a es t , 1 r~'~_L eanl,~ ......... diligently working [o clear an area ~ll~.,~Th,..~,v training and another item zrom ,, ~and th ...... * ...... ~-o ~l~p0r,: ~uay of thisSunset Hill is that there are some .......v .... v:lm...; ; .t,, t- . . ... |flat coma oest de aescnoea as an n~ll~, l~er',_ ~., anode new resiaents renting Nels '" -~ "an-'-' "~" - - - "~,^-" train|n- ......... lsianu a gxe ; tnlS past weeKena ].,,I)~r~- g m his-aunsgaras house on me mu _ ._~ __o,~ .... "~.'*',,mw ............... moveua, tner step cLoser to once OVTI SIc]I~) %,,,l~J~~ celebrate Lad's and Pats ;k~-*k a" ~=Kend headore the ulas. lney are rat ann " bein I .... ~und . . again g stunners lne couple ~!~1~1~;~ h ay drive Dave MuTer and their two mrls ....... " .. ~m~ :.--v,~ reni .......... ~.~.,. naa neen persistently worKing on Jtl~,:Y~a~. -nuia WhO are in me second ann Iizm "e nex" -'o- " "1--" --- !'.'ll~';'~s Spry,,+ ~" .... a s~t ~ u or to tne~r ~on, .. ~ ~t aurae grants at l'loneer.... ~U_~t a .=.,. ...... Glenn, and h~s family. Th~s past ~d Wa~,~~ ago . Last rr]oay evening the weekend they had John and Alice friendOann_y los..landss_quaredancers, the. Ya!es summer quarter at Olympia and advanced typing; typing for Mrs. Wells Mayer is spend|age t~0 wa gorgeous Hammond youngsters all joined a "-at the,, couldn'b ~rub out by far ahead of previous years, typinz of statistics and business Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell C -- - /~l[~eather Is_ .(1) the large group of the Salty Sashayers ~."...a After Johnn,,s,,ent abduct ac ording to Robert J. Boyden, forms; intermediate and advanced and son Jeff were Monday callers ~'i:l~td Co,~.an0 (2) no to take part in a dance revue held ".~'~- ............ 5,_e" ........the Institute's director, shorthand" advanced dictation; at the Archly Kelley home. d=~l~_~t ~, a|llnp . - S1X DUIdI3 UIIC WUU.IU llialuly lkllUW ~.~JE~-'t ~coaa o -romat the Shelton Gym with proceeds ;+ .... s the same niece of nronertv I f the p resent trend business math; filing; officeThursday Mrs. Archle Kelley ~i~d! u Part was to go to the Mental Health ......... - continues, we will have two and machines" machine transcription" spent the day with Mrs. Ralph possibly three hines as many bookkeeping and accounting. Pauley of Shelton. ',:i';? tnd Ella enjoyed students during the summer than Also surveying, engineering Mr and M rs. Herbert a~yam~l}llr; s .Sta,.Vac.,tlon.., at ever before," he said. science' spelling and vocabulary; Brehmeyer Sr. and Brian and Mr: Shorel ~ daYl)erhaearL. A Mc,nagement Twenty-seven classes are now key punch; data processing and Mrs. Edward Valley attendee scheduled for the eight-week orientation; data processing a graduation party in honor of d~"~ else d ay and -- - - --- 8= -- _l ~Jahdas " "' ;:r~ne --elng sesslonthrough Aug.SCheduled6, and BoydenJUne said14 welding.advanced programming and andJim Kimmerly at the home of Mr.Mrs. Vernon Remsberg in Worship ...... " " .. 11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. that more sections of present Interested persons should Shelton Sunday afternoon. Tuesday- Prayer Service &" IBil~le'S'tuty ............. 7:30 p.m. [ Ul) withe're a bit Early action to implement the the mean annual flow is less than contact the administrative Mrs Jean Diggle ~t~"Pt)e~ings SOme of new Shorelines Management Act 20 cubic feet per second) those be o!fered upon demand, of OVTI on Mot[man Road McCleary spent Monday with her ~;"J.gt.OWin~Utthis adopted by the 1971 Legislature lakes of 20 acres or more, andthe For instance, although we (753-3000). folks the Edward Valleys. First Church of Christ, Scientist ,;'l~"aitsh..~ fteaps,~ --. was announced today by the wetlands ad'acentj to the state's are not presently offering ~aea~Islandhap;enkeep Department of Ecology. lakes and streams, beginning shorthand during the ~ ~1~,.~ Island _ ngs. The act aims at controlled Wetlands covered include summer, we will do so if at least I _ _ _ / I ,~-.,ct01en- son has shoreline development with a lands extended for 200 feet in all 10 persons request the course," Illlllh /' I |l htt II' I I SundaySchoolllOOa.m.--Churchll:OOa.m. /~ i~-~o a his dad abalanced consideration of bothdirections from the ordinar he added. 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. I ~' hirer a~t.mOtivepublic interest and nrotection of hi hwater mark. to ether with ~Y "Prospective students should I~ n V ~II ~1~ R ~ U I I / ] Reading room located in church Reading room hours [ ~l~:,ii. 1.~d off '??n .Lee hhlo, private rights ~.- . "mg~rsh~ ..... h~?~, ........ ...... vo, also be aware that we have I ~ _ ~__,J_ ,~ ~" ] contin:ou~) enrollment in most [ . .,, roar u.mffe To "' of , o m ~ o o e r t L S t o ck m a n, waterways, river deltas and flood c urs at VTI ~.et~the,A, pril he Executive Assistant Director of plains "If "" " i" ... ] Expert Services in Mason County 1 I [ .... FIRST CHRISTIAN CHrURCH I ~! the fi~,s~and. Hethe State Ecology agency, pointed - The Act provides that special ~t~s mposs~me ~or a ~ ......... " [ Arcadia and Lake Bouleva d [ thfrie or May, out the tight timetable of act attention be given areas of student to enroll by June 14, he ~ | EO CHAMBERLAIN,Minister | ~n l~lon,us and leftimplementation 'statewide si nificance" These may be accepted for training later .... ._ [ Bible School ....... 9:4S a.m. Family Service ...... 7:00 p.m.I ~t tuna n ', " ' g " ~d~'ett qa*--ear . The act places an ~mmedmte include the larger streams and convenientin the quarterfor athim,the timedependingmOSt Auto Glass ------------------m ['lOOt .... t, overlng ~~-r .... , .,,, I [ [ Worship ...................................... Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer-- 7:00 p.m.ll :0Oa.m. I1 ms restriction on certain types of lakes together with all of the [ m ,,~,o_ ,~ too~ construction in shoreline areas. A coastal shorelines from Cape upon the course." . --L, uu,eu,,,--,..o,N..... ,.j [ Child Care Service Available at ll:00Service | i!let the"~ae,_Wlth.him,~ permit will be required from local Disa ointment tdCa e Flatte Classes will be taught in the | " JIM PAULEY. INC. I / t:.Y, lINE I" ~up bee'- PP' P ry' 1 1 air-conditioned modular [ '/~uLP..Y, IPI~. ] I ' ~ ~_ ~ government for any substantial Nisqually Delta, Birch Bay, Skagit ll~Lw~k and- . development - this permit Bay, Hood Canal, and all of Puget buildings at OVTI's new campus t - / REX FLOOR COVERING M . V,ew i Ph 426 2292 has b ee eunsd requirement will be in effect even Sound and the Strait of Juan de g / Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 I ] Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH ~11~-'~. Early i'- sy during the interim period until Fuca lying seaward from the line Olympia. [ .. - ] l~ta,7,~ely a,~' me guidelines and,, master programs of extreme low tide. Two courses are being offered - t Gunsmith~ MISSOURI SYNOD "-q - her j 206 E. Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pastor l~;:q~ spent . are adopted. The final version of the fnr:hei:ir;~:lm;4.bYetehke InrS~ttu~:i Auto Hepa ring I | IRreP~llrll:~ Mocleri'land j ll~thr~,. T tteSda,. [ro..m (The act defines a substantial Shorelines Management Act was . " P I -- Major Overhauls I [ A 1 as Se.ne & 51aht [ El SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1971 -,or T ~ Wltta dev oduct rent deal of nursing course " Precision Scope & S ght lk~r'~r; hen T-- - elopment as that having a the pr of a g . and the other is a [ -- Brakes & Igmt,on 1 [ MountingScOpe & Sight [ "~a U uesday marke 97 l ~1 h~ dell fr---- " t value exceeding $1,000 oreffort by Legislators in the 1 short course in the field of I - Welding & Tune-ups [ | $t~otgun'Clloke Alterations, [ [ Divine Service at 10:30 preventative automotive service ] ........ r'E I [ ~tl~oga~lig~ssupplies. ] ~~i~'~_riend, GL,"" which materially interfers with Session. Most energy was directed mal tt: nce" I ~.u :) :)e.,v t. [ [ WARREN A. GIRARD [ [ Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 l~i~til-~'ernoa a'_'~,ays normal public use of the water or at achieving an acceptable balance l[~ay-~,~i~rsday roved shorelines of the state. Local between the public interest and. eats in the automotive ]219So. 1st 426-1212~ ~hallt~eir ne..~ government permits will be issued desire, and the protection of service course will specialize in [ [#~i~U~de~y~ t-~ aa'd his vaeewwi7~ ~v~nlyT!i~B~i~Tiupn a finding c;iollf tb; a]:t .)keeping[hat such IP7e~private:!!i!rights in shorel!ne areas.~3~h~h~!h:~!:!~s ~i lrU;r ]rC :tndsnaiesd:tn~hl~pg'other s cheduled coursesmmr BarM~er's Hair Styllng * Shampooing* Razor Styling ~ [ [nsuranc~~oHome-Boat'Li~e--" .171 ,e~euds ~fS~?gPing~' Ith] Fi S h erm en I s CIub ~ ~ I~i~_~iI iil~" aad-. stile a-- g'nning June l, the the n g AUBusin P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -" 3rd & Cota 'k ~ii~'~"#l l~1 ~, two ~.. -u Department of Ecolo-,, has ] 20 -;-~;lar act differing in detail but I * Regular Hair Cuts ~ | / We t,e ,owes[ cost_.__ I fib// Art ~ | * Scissor Contouring ~ | I Insurancels o~rcnly bmmess. I From 9 15 a m to 10:30 a.m every Sunday \= - ,,'!1~1~_ ~;i ~l~";r t~!ta a~VUddren days to submit guidelines to local w~';; the same intent. , " ' " - ' Dear[men[ ofEcology%'|CIs' [,-)lltereCil [ BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING ' [ ARN~O~LD~&~yl2cHY I Sunday, June6,1971 ''Ji~ ~'~'~l~ml~"/llll~ll. "~ "qllll~ ~b~k'~.'ureedays..'~ t gvernment as a basis of The P The Thurston Mason For AppointmentCal1426-2072 I | INSURANCE AGENCY I ~r~k~l.city lif~way development of master programs, will set up a series of meetings _, . - County [ 1618 olympic Hwy. $. / [116 N'.2ndJ~ Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, ~uver Following a period of review and next month to acquaint local alCoholism information and ~~ Minister "' "'-.,~.!~!~,~,.~] , ~d pubhc o o f with the reqmrements of referral center is offering a_ . Janitor .... ll~ary]s: Bean-- . " hearings, final ad pti n o officials " " Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED ""'- ~ .~ l~/~n" ~. cons|, ~gard guidelines must be accomplished the Act and to set up necessary four-hour alcohol informationueauw ' , ] ~; residi "', ~ack b'" Jul .......... ro,,rams and timetables, school for the public [ ..... I * Carpet Cleaning I l~,tOr =~ ng in ~L . Y y, I~/Z. worKu[$ v ~ T...... " " " I -- Lomplete Hair ~.are I * Building Cleaning I I~',~. tra~uftlt a ...t,,e~.r "Local government must according to Stockman. . nere wm de two tWO-hOUr | -- Wigs-Wiglets- Switches [ and ~,,,'~,,"" i 1 I~'.he~*~Sfer fro~nt,h complete their inventory of"The aim of the new sessmns, to be held from 7-9 p.m. / -- Merle Norman Cosmetics I *ResidentlaI-Commerlcal | ~ t;~,ersey to ,ms shoreline uses and ownership by shorelines legislat~ntstprceed June a and l5 in the Shelton City [ -- Free Demonstrations [ ,,.,,o.,.o,,o..,,..,0. Foith Lutheron Chute h / ~qliS ~, trte b,.- me late 1972 and must furnish their with development ann protection Hall_. . [ ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON [ RouteAdl~hxR~P:?~helton [ 7th and Franklin / week "pont " tate water areas in an ll~.lli~a."~ Jack's.~_.~ master programs by late 1973, of all s " There ~s no charge for [Gth & Laurel 426-4582 [ 426.8~36ora26-(isTo _! l~ii~h:t~r~ ~i! ih~iiik m i!i ~! ~t !!i 17eePrql~men ~ ite~ ~7~ii~ attending the school. ~ ~ WORSHIP: 8:30and 11:00 a.m. i t nms~g:ldY wnrkta "~chooI I[ I1 able asonry_ Fireplaces ] CHURCH SCHOOL:9:30 a.m. I~h~th~;:, POSSes,:_ " local government to bes effo . ~-. Menu I For Service Call I -- All Brick and | ChristianWorship,Fellowship,Education,Service ~f~|j~"f~!not~thT;:nsdetermine appropriate state and local governments. Our 1)t~. - 'WaShed fo'e.as procedures, preliminary contacts snow high ~/ I [ -- Block Work [ Kenneth Robinson,Pastor Phone426-861 I I.~.eel,.` "Ulls The Shorelines Act of the interest and a wiUingness by all to I .419/,.1/,(}1 I .Aso.'s Aso.. i 1Vl~'~.~.,~;~r:d,aeka,," 1971 Legislature applies to all work in the spirit ot the ac, tfor -- II 1 ,:~tla ~:" ~elsto..,."'u segments of all but the small the benefito, auconcernea, says IMeT:e:: :D;Itn St. David's Church streams throughout the state Stock--an. I[tt~.~.s ~if~ ~ broth.. [exempted are streams in which ~P Sohools and / / ^ "" .... I / ~arDet Cleaninn ~ Hental bervlce ~Fourth & Cedar, Shelton,Washington Ei~q Lak~-~~ (trn"7~"' / Shelton Senior ! I , ' - -"'= ' l_~L "~W~.~."wu In ~ I / I -" Carnet rlln< wa| < " ] Almost Anything Anywhere ~ L~,~t~]lt~r ~ a 11 y~-H':" "uU to Visit[he DRIVERSY(3 u N G IL___=--High$hl ll I- F I r ~"" 'F'l Irn'~t " "r'~"" Housew de C ean ng I BulldOzers'LOaders'Pumps 8:00 A.M.-- Holy Communion ~k 1 / __'.~-'~SU_~.. Gene "-- -- "- ::iiii~i~iii!iiiiii:iiii:iiiiiiii;ii~iiiiiiii::::i~::!;ii~i~i:i:~i!:~:~:~:~ ...... ::;!::ii::ii AL FURNISH & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. The Church isalways open for meditation and prayer. CI~J'~C~ ;r ' u two of i.... / I ServiceMaJter of Mason Co. I LEW RENTS 0f andR itr /I Phone 426-1121 22 16W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731 t at rl la. [it~"~O~ Week of June 7-9 / " in i ' t elen La O Whv Pav M re ..... ,e Cha,n Saws S g Pa nt,ng SHE[TON CHURCH t~'e NAZARENE MONDAY-Spanish rice, who | . " ~ " " " ' .... ~-'~tlon o ~P-lnqle uro .- ~ ~ kernel corn, light rolls,icel [ .. [ All Types l~U~:'Unday',o'~l, FOR CArt INSURANCE? _ .- / , ,'lewandUsed-Rentals cream, ana milK. . * Truck Lettering / Isonregn Chains & Accessor es I * Cartoon lids[rated Signs Located in Memorial Hall, 2rid and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 ~'~ hop P Oy, ee l=oH"tv and Property Damage T U E~ n ~ y --rhicl~