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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 August 1938

1930 ATER RE U SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' ■Mi'i' • • Holds One Title mm Roscoe Girls Lead Score Registering To Seventh Inning Victors Take Four Runs In Final For Two Point Lead To Win Ha'l Game Young Starrs annexed the sec- ond game of the best l-of-7-tilt playoff series by edging out Ros- coe girls in the seventh inning last night, 14 to 12t Roscoe scored 0 runs In the second, and one in each of the next three periods. Young Starrs trailed from the start until their sudden scoring spree in the first of the final inning. They registered 8 runs in the third period, and one in the fourth and sixth. The score stood at 12 to 10 in favor of Roscoe when Young Starrs went to bat for the final inning. Buck, Choate, Burgess, and Callaway tallied, leaving a two point margin in Young See GIRLS* Page 6 Lou Ambers . . . depends oil ability ill defending world light- weight crown tonight. Four Boys To Represent Sweetwater In State Amateur Bouts At Abilene Sweetwater is to have four representative amateu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 August 1938

■i £>< 11 (i ,;&f liiised Texas silver di ci„'i\r 9 -«( *a. ' H $■ <„ HuZ , jMI Mitt r. n.ifirT« JlKT* to Aid A— in oponiwr ■y Nineties Party' liaise Camp Funds ■this time a year ago, Sweet- iter Mustang supporters were irtaln as to the success the ;h school football team would in the tough Oil Belt dis- jftt gridiron chase. This uncertainty was due in part to the fact that Coach Lau- rence Priddy, who had so ably assisted Ed Hennig in teaching Sweetwater youngsters how to play football, was assuming full responsibility for training the Mustangs for their battles with {he "big shot" teams of the Oil Belt. Today there is no uncertainty in the minds of the Mustang backers. Coach Priddy, with the assistance of Adrian Clark, turn- ed out the best team in the dis- trict, even though the Sweet- Water team failed to win the ctown. You can't convince any- one in Sweetwater that the best team won the district cham- pionship last year—though a good team represented the Oil Belt i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 August 1938

M Is ll- • le N • It p ic * 1 t d$ ft bid Ick lig- l>n# # Bth lu rw late pet, fth !• line hed, L'th- • • 624 ~~ I ice # . #) Y 1 ) t' I r • I • • \ • vw'M.: fflgl Sv*;-'' 1 . Aycock Building Phone 997 McCAliL and LOW Loans. Insurance, Rentals Real Estate SALES MEAN JOBS ORDER NOW SALES CRUSADE BANNERS, PENNANTS MARTIN SIGNS 418 Oak Pho. 3263 ■■ -W Optometrists f Expert examina- tion, lenses | repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS! BOWLING ;SWEETWATea- sMki For What Ails You G. A. Beeman Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window displaj Onward Sweetwater Bowling Alley TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on that trailer you have wanted. • Complete Auto Service • Wrecking Service « Phone 2371 scon WRECKING COMPANY W. Bdwy. Phone 2371 WA8H TUBBS AND VT4 A SWELL OPPOBTtnilTV tt HQ &UUMU Br 8weetw«to* Ow 'iKl LTER, TEXAS .« [' . — . — mist Son of Jodge aa4 Mm 5Svaa,r HBB A PRESS IAVSELF. C. Crane, m ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 August 1938

ence of a beautiful I girl who undergoes all the I of a brutal prison camp _ than desert the man she forms the unusual plot of . ,.. ,im Farm," which opens at the Texas theatre. With a group of noted young players turning in moving performances, the film uncovers the shock- ing conditions existing in cer- tain American penal institutions and shows what their effect can he on an innocent young girl who is exposed to them. Heading the cast in a new kind of role is Shirley Ross, who is seen as a romantic young girl who throws up her home, her job and her friends for the love of a man who does not deserve it, and even follows him into a bru- tal prison camp. Lloyd Nolan, as Miss Ross' gunman-sweetheart, and John Howard, as the crusading prison doctor, have the other leading roles in the picture. GABLE AND COLBERT IN FILM AT RITZ Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert are co-starred in the Columbia production "It Hap- pened One Night", which open- ed yesterday at the Ritz theatre. Also featur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

V * ' o BEAMS I ' v Ht-GEORGIA •if Strikes Twice—Fatally—Same Place oicfc. Makes No Bones About Being After Sen. George VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1938 - - ■ r: NUMBER 108 Japan And Russia Reach Agreement Sweetwater Schools to Open September 12 Board Reduces Budget Outlay $ 12,000 Striking in nearly the same spot where exactly a year ago a similar holt killed two bathers, a three-forked tongue of lightning lashed out of a freak thunderstorm over Jacob Kiis Park, popular New York seaside resort, and killed two men and a woman. The holt slid over the sands like a snake, howling people over like ten pins, and injuring fifteen persons. Koine of the victims are pictured as police and life- guards worked over them. German All-Metal Monoplane Reaches New York U. S. and Britain Reach Accord in Island Dispute Countries Agree to Equal Facilities of Pacific Islands WASHINGTON — (UP) A five months diplomatic squab- ble between the United States and Great Britain over owner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

p THURSDAY. AUGUST 11« 1938 SWEETWATER, TEXAS SWEETWATER Lavaca County farmers Apply For Free Service \ x fi 111>MI UJttOIl Damage in Community New Gin la Nearlng Completion; Revival Meeting Ends Sunday Ir Mrs. T. J. Stinnett BUSBY — Work on the new gin at Busby is going forward rapidly with completion expect- ed within a week. Structural foundations have been finished with side walls being built. LIBERTY REVIVAL, ADDS CONVERSIONS BUSBY — The Baptist revival of the Liberty church closed Sunday night with eight addi- tions to the church member- ship. The Rev. Aubrey Short of Forsan was the evangelist. BUSBY FARMERS POISON WORMS BUSBY — With infestation re- ported as negligible, farmers are using precaution and spread- ing poison for leaf worms. No great damage is anticipated, but farmers are trying to prevent propagation. GOINGS AND COMINGS OF BUSBY RESIDENTS BUSBY — Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Justiss were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs, H. L. Beam. A. H. Pritchard and wife of Abilene and Bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

« • i o • i • • i • f i i o •I* J. « [I I; fi • 1 • Thursday; august i i,iQ3K? m SWEETWATER REPORT :& SWEETWATER, TEXAS Educator Outlines Plan For Would Ascertain Needs, Sources And Fix Amounts Revised Income Tax System Needed, Says Member of Department COLLEGE STATION — (UP) —Tax problems occupied the fifth annual Texas school admin- istration conference at A. & M. college. H. W. Sti 11 well of Texarkana outlined a plan for a state tax commission for Texas. "The present system is a patch-work affair, and when new taxes are needed, the source offering the least resistance is the one to bear the added burden," Still- well said. Stillwell suggested that the commission of three members ascertain the amount of the state's needs, locate the sources of revenue and determine what portion each source should bear. Ilrvised Income Tax A revised income tax was sug- gested by J. D. O'Banion of the state department of education at Austin as an improvement on the present tax system from w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

ttWr of any which may.; . of The Reporter's public* cheerfully corrected upon be- to attention of the publishers. Editorials— PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS Published *** sftarnoon also Sunday morning and Its wees on Thursday by TheSweetwater Inc. Entered as fecond class matti office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, iraw. George Bennltt and Russell Beiuiltt, Pubs. And the tenant* of Amon conspired against house.—-II ■PL, him, and slew the king in his own Ming, 21;23. NO NEED TO BOTHER ABOUT EUROPE'S WARS A writer recently turned himself loose in an article in the New York Times to show how much of life is despoiled about worrying about things that have noth- ing to do with our immediate surroundings. His most fervent illustration was the many people who keep wars and rumors of wars in Europe on their mind to the exclusion of the happiness they might realize by finding our own country at peace. Carrying the thought further he showed that we permit the back- ground of market fluctuations, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

..-; .;• '-1.*. //M *?&r$*r£* , t wm iH v--" <5 - ir* Wlmmi ™ ■'' -v? • THURSDAY, AUGUST I!, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE rnr • • rrs Capture Girls' League Titl e, MM Defeats Gulf • • • • • O t • I • « • • • • • t • • • • • Roscoe Girls Drop Third Straight To Lose Series Teams Tied For Three Innings, Rushing Gets Run On Choate's Hit Young Starrs team captured the girls' Softball league title by annexing their third straight vic- tory over Roscoe last night. The See GIRLS Page 6 STANDINGS Yesterday's Results American League New York 12, Washington 11 (10 innings). Cleveland 9, St. Louis (5. Chicago 8, Detroit 7. Philadelphia 5, Boston 3. National League Boston 8, New York 2. St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 0 (called end 7th, rain.) Chicago G, Cincinnati 3. Philadelphia at Brooklyn rain. Texas League Tulsa 3, Oklahoma City 2. Houston 3, Shreveport 1. Beaumont 5, San Antonio 0. Dallas G, Port Worth 4. Standings American League W. L. Pet. New York 03 32 .033 Cleveland...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

rwra®^-*- i^afaB^' • . ■ , ■-• %/ HUPpr-4*:, -^Tp!Pf?t- , "■';. BWEETWATER lEPORTri, SlTEETWATEft, TEXAS • .THURSDAY, AUGUST I t,19Mt 'fttrrrrr Life Saving Exp&t lduct Tests in Sweetwater C. Plaisted, to be in eater Friday and Satur- ^j~'?1'IIS to qualify new life saving liners and to give tests to local swimmers who already have successfully completed the rigid Red Cross examiner's urge, is an experienced life V«r and first aid expert. cial representative of the vestejn Area Red Cross headquarters at St. Louis, Plais ted for five years was engaged In first aid , and accident pre- vention work for the St. Louis division of the American Telephone and Telegraph com- pany, prior to his association with the American Red Cross. Also during this period he served on the faculty of the Minnesota aquatic school for four years during summer vaca- tion periods. He has been active in the St. Louis Red Cross chapter's life saving program, is dfcharter member and former offper of the noted St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

I THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1930 -1st ^ lixie Icold lack'! • plied,1 DUth- I box, I fur" t llities Ipart- \h o t 9 6241 p rvice RY V f 5 * > • > • 9 \ * ♦ fi SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Ay cook Building Phone 907 JKcCALL and LOW lioana. Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Registered Optometrists I Expert examina- tion, lenses | repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS SALES MEAN JOBS ORDER NOW SALES CRUSADE BANNERS, PENNANTS MARTIN SIGNS 418 Oak Pko. 3263 C. A. Beemau Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Baud Iustruments See our window disphij SALES MEAN JOBS GOOD USED SINGER SEWING MACHINE 7 Drawers $22.50 GOOD USED FRANKLIN SEWING MACHINE 6 Drawers JVVELROQ " FURNITURE M N. Side Square DIME- DANCE- Meet Your Friends at Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous Mike Mullican find His Orchestra Playing Every Night BOWLING For What Ails You Sweetwater Bowling Alley TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you 011 that trailer you have wanted....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 August 1938

Ate -tip finEfe igp' 'oUege Qirls Direct WMU eting Monday, Tuesday Inaugurating Youth at the First Baptist Week i Women's Missionary union Mon- church, i day afternoon and Tuesday college girls presided at the reg- ular meeting of the circles of the SPORT SHIRTS That are Really Sport shirts MAN SHOP Whitten and Simmons Doscher Bldg. morning. Miss Georgene Bullock pre- sided at Annie Bagby circle at the home of Mrs. S. W. Taylor Miss Louise Masters presided at the Blanche Rose Walker circle which met at the church with 7 present. Mrs. Norman Supulver was study leader in the absence of Mrs. Garland Vin- son. Mrs. Supulver is to be next hostess. Tuesday morning Mrs. V. N. Morton was hostess to the Blanche Simpson circle with 6 present. Miss Marie Rogers pre with 9 present. Mrs. J. L. Moore sided and Mrs. Kyle Blackerby led the Bible study. Mrs. J. H. Timmons will be hostess next Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Miss Mildred Hardin presided at the Mary Alexander circle at the home of Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

IIP • • • i • • ! > \ • ' • r. • msgm i Sweetwater Host To 21 Public Health Officials, Student Defense Rests in Trial of Ex'Deputy Sheriff SOUTH PARIS, Me. — (UP)— The defense rested late yester- day after presenting 27 witness- es in two days in an effort to prove former Deputy Sheriff Francis M. Carroll innocent of the murder of a country doc- tor. Testimony was completed with spectacular courtroom demon- stration designed to show that Carroll's accuser, 19-year-old Paul (Buddy) Dwyer, was phy- sically able to carry the 150- pound murder victim from the second floor of his home to a waiting automobile. Dwyer originally confessed the murder of Dr. James G. Little- field but, after accepting a life sentence, named Carroll as the "real slayer" and charged that the deposed law officer in- timidated him into "taking the rap." Defense Counsel Clyde R. Chapman introduced a 101- pound boy in an effort to blast the state's contention that Dwy- er could not have carried the slain doctor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

sight Jarvis Eliminated Night In TAAF Tournament Irlqr Jarvis, Sweetwater en- trant in the lightweight divi- sion of the state TAAF meet in Abilene, was eliminated by decision in the opening rounds of the tournament last night. Johnnie Fuller, Ballinger, took an early lead to outpoint Jar- vis. • A host of boos from the fans greeted the announced verdict. In the second round, Fuller forfeited to Morris Corona of Port Arthur. Corona had stop- ped his first opponent, Lester McKee of Kermit, in the second round. McKee was down for the third time when the referee raised the hand of Corona. Three Tonight Sweetwater's other three en- trants, are to see action in the heavier brackets tonight. Grov- er Cleveland is to try the light heavyweight, J. L. Turner, the heavyweight and Pete Nochling- er, welterweight. Nochlinger Change To a New Pair of Sport Shoes $3.98 $4.50 Values MAN SHOP Whitten and Simmons Doscher Bldg. took the welter district crown at Lubbock this year. Bouts At 7:30 Tonight...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

mm FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 193$ SWEETWATER REPOBTER. SWEETWATER, TEXAS wce * * « « I t « • « ! • • • « I • . m i i Truck Load Fresh, Crisp Vegetables From Cool- * - Cool Colorado! Where the choicest local produce prows, we go in our own trucks to bring you the pick of the local crops. Luscious, tree-ripened fruits and crisp, green vegetables are personally selected and rushed back, dewy- fresh and oozing with flavor. You get the double benefit of hand picking and the saving in freight rates, passed on in our low prices. * Fresh Crisp Pascal Snappy Green Firm Iceberg California m -g CELERY - - 9C BEANS 5C LETTUCE "" 4ic Lone Green * Well Filled Fancy Bell Rutabaga cucumbers english peas ,, 9c pepper v/tc turnips 4'ic SEEDLESS GRAPES, MALAGA GRAPES, BLACK RIBERA GRAPES, PEACHES, CANTALOUPES, WATERMELONS, WAX BEANS, BEETS, GREEN onions, TURNIPS AND TOPS, CABBAGE, NEW CROP YAMS. Yellow or White Snow White squash 5c cauliflower ,, 10c Purple Leaf Small Tender cabbage 4c okra v/ic Green Hot Sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

or reputation corporation, wl of any or eorpormuon, which may . of The Reporter's publico- be cheerfully corrected upon be- to attention of the pul „ Published each afternoon except Saturday. Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1938 fell upon it.— I - So Saul took a tu>ord, and Chronicle 10;4. When all the blandishments of life are gone the coward sneaks to death; the brave lives on.— I. Martial. 1 I l O'DANIEL RUSHES TO : ' PES CUE "PROFESSIONAL POLITICIANS" O'Daniel found himself in the lion's den and appar- ' ently the lions got to him and tore the seat out of his I ""britches." Instead of being delivered from his pre- * dicament, he stuck his head in the lions mouth and ; with it the hopes and aspirations of the hundreds of I thousands who believed him when he said "let's clean house of the professional politicians." Just what constitutes a professional politician is * a question on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

"flifitiVilEl ,?4*rfte • • • • • ; • FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Early Day Rules Governing Girls At University of Texas Outmoded AUSTIN — It is a far cry from the restraining tone of stu- dent regulations when the co- eds at the University of Texas were under the first dean of women to present day modified rules that govern them. Found recently among papers in a file of Mrs. Helen Marr Kir- by, first dean of women at the University, was a leaflet publish- ed in 1900, setting forth regula- tions for approved boarding houses for girls. Girls dormitor- ies were at that time unknown to the university campus, young ladies then living in hoarding houses under the jurisdiction of university rules. In interesting contrast to reg- ulations under which Universi- ty of Texas girls now live is the stipulation in 1!)()() that "call- ers will be received twice a week, on Saturday and Sunday evenings from 8 to 10:30." Pre- sent rules allow guests In Uni- ver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

S®?SK i?W VMBHHWIJIV.--. ■ '.■f.y- « «< "!* ' ;- >:• ■>' E-'■"•«. .-■ S^SF!™, *^7 :.r^IP"?• %| * ■;: ' *' ■ >™ l£p. "I SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUGUST IS,1998 ity Board ;rsFor Week i Men of Texas Un- employment Compensation Ready to Serve Clubs Field men of the Texas unem ployment compensation and of the social security board will be available as speakers before civ- ic clubs during Social Security Week, H. H. Rumph of Abilene, district supervisor of the unem- ployment commission, said to- day. Social Security Week in Tex- as has been proclaimed for the week of August 14-21 by Govern- or James V. Allred. The governor asked Texans to participate in local observances and "acquaint themselves with efforts of state and federal gov- ernments to bring about a greater measure of security for the individual." "August 14 marks the third anniversary of the signing of the Social Security Act," the proclamation read, "the most significant national legislation e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

Hi • « c I i I Ih T n f • t) • ■r- ^ j ® «r t # t 24 • t • • V • si f f f • I • < , • t j * ill) FRIDAY* AUGUST 12, 193# Ay cock Building Phone 907 McCALL and LOW | Loans. Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appcarance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Visit WILLIAMS GRILL Music • Dancing • Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure willi you on that trailer you have wanted. • Complete Auto Service 0 Wrecking Service • Phone 2:171 SCOTT WRECKING COMPANY W. 15(1 wy. Phone 2371 C. A. Becmau Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Baud Iuslruments Sec our window displaj At any Price you can- not duplicate— MAYTAG VALUE Genuine parts — May- tag Oil, Wringer Rolls for all makes G. D, BRASHERS Authorized Dealer 417 Oak St. Ph. 2381 SALES MEAN JOBS GOOD US...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 August 1938

Mrs. il Shower s. Hinrichs )E — Mrs. T. E. A Hedge her daughter, Mary Virgin- were hoHtew«e Tuewlay af- tj>rnoon from 4 until 0 for a fori- <|M ahower honoring Mrs. Jack Ntnrichs of Hreckenrldge, who before her marriage, Augum !, wax MIhh Tiny Gracey of Roncoe. * In the receiving line wen; lira. Arledge, Mrs. UlnrlchH, t$rn. Mel Hark ley of Anson and JJInh Maude Farmer of Colora- do, auntH of the bride, and Mrs. A. H. Gracey, and Mrs. R. K. Graeey. "The reglwtry was presided over hy Mrs. A. J. Parker. Piano se- lections were played l>y Miss Julia Haney and Miss Jane Young. A violin solo was given by Miss Marie Whorton and a reading by Mrs. A. J. Parker dur- ing the tea hour. Presiding at the punch liowl were Misses Jane Oracey arid Hetty Anthony. Others in Ihe houneparty were Misses Mar- garet Anthony and Monnle Wlior- ton Haskets and IiowIm of gladiolas, rose buds, and marigolds featur- ed the floral decorations through- out the receiving rooms. About seventy five guests c...

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