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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

'Wt FEBRUARY 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 3 II* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE ■ # Bobbie Holman Bobbie joined our staff at First National Bank Of Sachse on December 2, 1985. She has been a resident of Sachse for 3 years. Before coming to First National Bank she worked for First Na- tional Bank of Van Alstyne, M & P Bank of Sher- man, and American Bank in Longview. Bobbie's exprerience equals a total of six years. She garaduated from Van Alstyne High School and attended Grayson County Jr. College. Her hus- band Mike is employed with Commonwealth Na- tional Bank in Dallas. Bobbie joins us as one of our drive-in tellers. We are happy to welcome Bobbie to First National Bank Of Sachse family. PEOPLE & SERVICE Make The Difference LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3 00 Monday-Thursday.'9:00-7:00 Friday (214) 530-7999 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday 8:00-7:00 Friday MPACT FDHs 6600 Murphy Road• Sachse, Texas#P.O. Box 469090•Gahiand, Texas "5046 Hi HHHH

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

PifiF 4 SACSHT SEMT1MTI FFBRIIARY 1986 SACHSE REMEMBERED By Mary Allene Jones Chapter II HOUSES REMEMBERED Daniel Herring (1812-1882) ml Early Herring Family Houses: A. Daniel Herring House, built 1862. Location, approximately the 3100 block of Sunset Dr., Skyline Acres. B. J.L. Herring House, built early 1870's. The cedar tree was planted April 1, 1888 and still thrives at 6915 Dewitt. Martha Herring McAmis House, built 1870's. Location approximately 1/3 mile east of Rowlett Creek, on the north side of Ben Davis Rd. ^Jor all the things you couldn t 6ay VALENTINES DAY SacUse ^\ower Sfy0 6500 Highway 78 Suite C 495-7984 '/> (Daf-Star Speciafty Contractor Residential & Commercial Painting Custom Storm Windows & Doors JIM SHUBZDA OWNER FREE ESTIMATES (214) 495-2345 ^ 4k 4k + 4k The Herring family story is incredibly interwoven with the Sachse family story. The northeast corner of the original Daniel Herring survey joined the southwest corner of the original William Sachse su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

. - n - •> J ■rui j>, 9 > fEBRUARY 1986 SACHSE SENTINEI PARF S Holden for Mayor Sachse is at a crucial crossroads. We've made progress in recent months, but many more needs must be confronted. Since 1980, our population has more than tripled. That rapid growth has caused problems, primarily in the area of city services, and the City Council has taken actions concerning these services. Purchasing new equip- ment and hiring additional personnel has bolstered the City's public works, which includes street repair. But Sachse still needs a systematic, comprehensive street repair/construction program. Like many of you have expressed to me, I continue to be disappointed and, quite frankly, embarrassed by the condition of some of our streets. A couple of months ago, the city bought land for another ground storage water tank. It was a good decision for the future, but our present water system is close to capacity limits. With a second Sachse population boom imminent — sparked by the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

PMT fi SATHSF STMTINri fTBRIIARY 1986 Sesquicentennial Flag Presented to City ? MMKl Bronni e He I ton,Sesqui cent enn i a I cha i rman, presents a f ramed letter to Mayor Henry Lumari J..'P,P/-.PY VOL' '.TP.rP'i NLEDP.D 7 r>erc arc vr-eral new fate , to be seen a '.v: ;.')rary a-. Mar/ Coj her Cher>. Burrs I>cc Sr David Burgess a'.-; Majei Pob;vor Since our recent rnr/.c t,o .arger quarters, 'he horary ha-, expanded services to the cornrr, jn.'y and sr. crcaxd the work load consjdcrahr. Anyone in the area who has i;orary . interested n 'r.corr.e *o c vme ' • ezpener.se o; helping out. :s and talk 'o P-osanne Burgess -r.e jbranan She can sjgge * •. .rr,c of the heavy use times or srr.a)i ' that ear: be done by helpful vo. ;ntsers :n just an hour or so a week Call the library at 539 ^966 for further information. HO SMOKING • "WOL Mayor Pro-Tern Pat Boyd and Mayor Henry Luman receive the Sesqu i centenn i a I flag presented to the city on January 6, 1986 by Bronnie Helton « D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

FFRRIIARY 1986 SACHSF SFNTINEt PAGE 7 w arm @ <& □ I 5 *S Tff in 111 If you're looking for ways to spend less on electricity, the choices are yours. You emu @ ® I TTt T7 □ -p rj 1 can choose energy-efficient appliances designed to save electricity, or those that TXT □ xtv xrrr aren't. You can even make the same efficiency choice when you buy or build a arm © ® gn rv new home. It's up to you. So before you buy, remember, energy-efficiency saves rrrm ^ $ rn -p nr you money. And that's something Texas Power & Light thought you'd like to know TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A Division of Texas Utilities Electric Company Qvery day we live presents opportunities for adventure. A beau- C tiful view, a fragrant flower, a little trip to another town, an unexpected letter, a joyful reunion with a friend. All of these commonplace experiences, and many more, make up the warp and woof from which the fabric of our daily life existence is woven. NEW TO SACHSE # ; Herbal Health Products ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

Mx. 1 SAOHSL SPmiNF' FjQfRUABY 138i COUNTRY HOMESfTES Small of Large Acreage Ma? Scheitl & Associates Reahors (214) 270-4481 Rolling Terrain 7 rees • Streams • Ponds Garland Schools Choice Oi Utilities Way to Go - Fourth Graders - Good Job ill LUflJUIll l; Jl * .U Ukj' tKfOt report Luiic iouar -.m iidd a "Boot Bov. p<j!<au. !&e cftiiUfer. ci vr. iiwue ■- &■-<*' «iU the Utcri'ie ociftg Lr*t boo< u«r; ;mC reitC j ft', "lioal . iM'iWiC liirougfi the wii loom <s" ...ao.- I ftdftK.- i> Mi Kou'jcf -ai.'1- vcrbc. iourti. giii'j'c toitcritf' . «< •. a great *a> .-meres' nr. •. - if rca«:.'i. •' :>■- •*-"£ iru cxpericftt fS®1 Mr t noooet anc Mr s. Verb if with pr ze * nr i rig "fioats" from their C eLS fcL EMORY'S PLUMBING &. HEAIINC Piuinbin^ ix iir«v Kepar and inslaitalioi i,y\ iu •> MXTLKE ♦ tAUChl' • V A]Jh> HLA'h* >SEW hf :jLKMCt '-A\ brt'itjli '>:0« ■ iV iy ahr •.«> *■ 442-7316 vvyi,. J A * SACHS* LIONS . we r b e e pourtti fir ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

SW \: ■ FFBRHARY 19R6 sach.sk sfntinfi page 9 Jo Curtis Speaks to Sachse Homemakers JO curtis,Dallas County Extension Agent Wednesday, January 8, 1986 the Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club met at 9 a.m. Coffee and cookies were served at 9 with the meeting called to order at 9:30 by President Rita Puckctt. Sixteen members were present for the meeting and program. The group will have a "White Elephant" sale at the February meeting to assist in raising money. The speaker for the January meeting was Jo Curtis, Dallas Coun- ty Extension Agent. Subject of the program was "Salt/Sugar Free Diet". TEHA will host a spring meeting on Tuesday, April 8, 1986 at the Texas A&M Research Center (Coit Road north of Campbell Road). For particulars join Sunny Sachse Homemakers members at our next meeting -- Wednesday, March 12 at 9 a.m. at City Hall in Sachse. If interested in joining the homemaker group, call Rita Puckett 495-4118 or Bonnie Longacre 495-1864 for details. HOW MUCH CAN FARMERS GROUP SAVE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

A Q PAEF m SAHHSF SFNTINEI FFBRUARY 1986 Announcements NEW ARRIVALS IMPORTANT MEETING FOR SESQUICENTENNIAL ORGANIZATION Sunday February 2, 1986 at 3:30 p.m. at City Hall the Sachse Ses- quicentennial Committee will have their final meeting for the planning of the Sesquicentennial yaer. This meeting will be to finalize all plans and it is very important that everyone planning to partici- pate with the celebration attend the meeting. All input and plans from all clubs, organizations and businesses need to be turned in and discuss- ed at this meeting. If you need in- formation call Ruth Franklin at 495-7794 or Bronnie Helton at 495-0573. TEXAS FOOD BANK CONTINUES The next local delivery of food commodities and applications for assistance will be at the City Hall on February 5th at 10:00 a.m. This ser- vice is provided for any persons or families that are in need of temporary or continuing assistance according to Federal guidelines of income or pro- grams such as AFDC, SSI, Food Stamps....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

FFRRIIARY 1986 SACHSF SFNTINFL PAGF 11 Library Lines - SACHSE PUBLIC LIBRARY (214) 530-8966 ROSANNE BURGESS Your Librarian Our Open House was a big success and I want to thank all the people who came and shared our new facili- ties and lots of good food. As some of you noticed, we are beginning to display Sesquicentennial items. Several persons in the community, such as Kay Ashley, and the Women's Auxiliary have placed antiques here on a loan basis for the benefit of the children and interested parties. Our past can be fascinating as we look back on how our forefathers lived and made good lives for their families. I would encourage anyone who might have some older items that they would be willing to loan the library for a few months to call and talk to me. We have display places that are up high and out of the reach of little fingers, yet still can be seen. Pictures of bluebonnets, our state flower, and many other types of memorabilia are welcome. Even old tools can make an interest...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

PAKF 12 SACHSF SENTINEL _ FEBRUARY 19M CPS Launches Special Raffle Members of Citizeni for a Progressive Sachse want rc put a chance to win a VCR in your hands A one dollar donation will *et you a ticket to the group s March 17 raffle The prize is a cable ready, frGnt-loading VHS format Magnavox VCR with full- function wireless remote control and a 14-day 4 even, timer. Proceeds from the raffle wtiS go to aid the establishment of Sachse s Sesquicentenmai Arts smd Craits Festival The next CPS meeting will be Thursday, February 20, at the Sachse Christian Church (Ben Davis Road and Highway 78) at "".'oO p.m. 'This will be an important meeting to discuss potential CPS reorganizing, group name change, meeting day switch and related topics," explains CPS spokesman Larry Holden. "We 11 also discuss the raffle, final details of the annual reduced-price tree sale and the crafts festival, now set for late September.' For information about the raffle. CPS membership or other projects, call 53...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

FEBRUARY 1986 SAftHSF .SFNTIWFI PAGE 13 Fov .Men OJ WE WILL ASSIST YOU MAKING A SELECTION GIFT WRAP IT FREE AND DISCOUNT YOUR ENTIRE PURCHASE 20* I ^ time dot* not permit you to 6hop in pt**on, giut u* a call and we' It make youK selection ioA you, and have it Ktady to be picked up. 4 * P.S. Ami/ caaoia in *izc 01 itijle wJU be checAlu&ty exchanged. '.*5.1 .Country Livin' Fashions for the Family Downtown Wylie, T* 442-1612 Men., 1*t., Ws4 , hi. f:00 - 6:00 ur * wat Thur # 00.7 00 iufmiioni IflWf. T.WW /.W Olfi wRappino Sol. 9:00 - 5 00 EJ «^ Jtp ^ ^ ^ * 4fe 4b 4b ^ s) 1 BUSINESS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CARDS PRINTED Choose from a variety of "raised print" selections on white or color paper stock with black or color ink Select artwork from one of our business designs or use your own logo COME BY - SEE OUR SAMPLES m Sachse Shcppt 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

PAP,r 14 SflCHSF SFNTfNFi FFBRUARY 1986 Charter Commission Report The Charter Commission is in the final stages of completing "The Sachse Home Rule Charter" to be voted on April 5, 1986. Last November ,1985 the citizens of Sachse voted and elected 15 of its citizens to draft a charter to satisfy the need of the community. Following the January meeting of the commis- sion, Patricia Wilson reported that the commission believes the concept of Home Rule pro- vides the right of citizens at the grass-roots level to manage their own affairs with minimum interfer- ence from the state. Home Rule assumes that govern- mental problems should be settled at the lowest pos- sible level of government closest to the people, and that the undue concentration of powers in higher COA41SSI ON MEKCERS NAMES & PHONE NUMBERS MICHAEL McCAULEY 475-3558 MICHAEL ARCHER 495-0121 CHRIS JACOBSEN 475-4733 PATRICIA WILSON 475-2030 LAURIE SCHAENK 495-7580 CHARLES SEDGWICK 495-1269 DEE SHANKLIN 495-7290 J/WES HAIL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

• &9fe*to * v- FFRRIIARY 19Rfi SACHSf SFNTINE1 PAGE 15 i o Next Deer Season For those planning vacations around the hunting season opening, it is anti- cipated that the 1986-87 opener will be Nov. 8. This is a result of the Parks and Wildlife Commission's decision earlier this year to open the white-tailed deer season each year on the second Saturday in November. In prior years the season opened on the Saturday nearest Nov. 15. As in past years, the standard gun season will close on the first Sunday in January, meaning the 1986-87 season will end Jan. 4. 1987. "There were two main reasons for changing the opening date," said Horace Gore, white-tailed deer program leader. "For one thing it provides a slightly longer season and more hunting oppor- tunity, and it also is less confusing than trying to figure which day is closer to Nov. 15 each year." Dates for the October deer archery season will be established by the com- mission this spring, as will dates for special early antlerl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

-PAGE- u «aTH«r SFMTIMFI FFBR11ARY 1986 "j4 TVfi&te (fad " • Weekly Services: Sundays 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM Sunday School Morning Worship Church Training Evening Worship Wednesdays 7:30 PM Worship • Activities For the Family Sunday School for all ages Choirs for Preschool, Children, Youth & Adults Youth P.R.E.P. Adult 'GO TELL' Classes Sachse Road ^IRST BAPTIST CHURCH 2412 Third Street Sachse, Texas Third St 495-1142 . ■a i (jfauuup — Special Monthly Events At Sachse Baptist Church Will Be Listed Here WATCH FOR DATES Allen Funeral Home and Ambulance Service Let Us Help You Arrange Your Pre-Need Funeral WE HONOR ALL INSURANCE Medicare and Medicaid Approved 24 Hour Dispatch Direct Communication with Hospitals 442-2234 123 N. Ballard -Wylie 24 HOUR DISPATCH New Dental Film Reduces X-Ray Exposure Time Your next dental exam may be a safer one, thanks to a new, high-speed x-ray film that cuts your exposure by up to fifty percent. The new film for dental x-ray use works ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

ffrr1iary 19ft6 saohsf sfntinf.l page i? TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COS ENERGY AID PROGRAM HELP THOUSANDS Texas Power & Light Co.'s Energy Aid prog- ram has helped thou- sands of needy custo- mers in near Iy three frs of operat i on . ry Morgan, manager the TP&L Gar land District said today. "Energy Aid collect- ions in 1985 were $340, 540 throughout the TP&L 51-county service area. The money went to truly needy customers to aid them in obtaining basic energy services," Mo r- gan said. Funding for the pro- gram comes from volun- tary giving by TP&L cu- stomers and employees who make contributions i n cash or pi edge to give a specific amount each month to Energy Aid. TP&L furnishes an it- emized ststement of a c u s t ome r's annual con- tributions, which are tax deduct i bIe. "To date, around 30,000 customers and employees have donated more than $891,000. The money has gone to those who need it," Morgan said. The TP&L program is administered by 26 est- ablished...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

PAfSF 1B SACHSF SFNTINFI FEBRUARY 1986 •¥■ * * * "Mainly Silver" I ^ ripht.—that's one mr * * * * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * + * * -¥■ * ★ + * * * ★ Custom Designed and Manufactured Gold & Silver Jewelry WE ALSO BUY Gold, Silver & Antique Jewelry 442-7001 700 Hwy. 78 East - Oak Center - Suite B Wylie, Texas * ¥ M * * * * * •¥> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ★ ★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★* Cut it right to make it right—that's one motto be- hind successful seamstresses. Let your sewing style and budget guide you in the types of scissors and shears you use, experts say. If not misused, a good pair can last a lifetime. ♦ * * When shopping for scissors and shears, consider how the weight and balance feel in your hand, advises the Amer- ican Home Sewing Associa- tion. Various lengths and weights are available. Make sure blades are sharp and there is a reasonable war- ranty. Check for uniform width and angle of cutting edge and an adjustable screw securing the bla...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

FEBRUARY1986 SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE19 Corner o o Dr. William L. Denam Q. Several times over the past few weeks, I've had spells of choking, chest pains, and trouble breathing. Could it be my heart? A. Possibly it is. But more likely you are experiencing panic attacks. Anywhere from 10-20% of people have symptoms J | of panic disorder. Other common symp- toms include sweating, hot and cold flashes, dizziness or faintness, tingling in lips, hands or feet, nausea, diarrhea, palpations, extreme nervousness or anx- iety. Any or all of these may be ex- perienced during the acute phase. The "attack" usually occurs under specific circumstances, such as waiting in lines, public places, driving, public speaking, or any other potentially anxiety inducing situation. The person suffering from a panic disorder may begin to avoid the situations that would bring on the atack. This avoidance behavior is known as agoraphobia, and can seriously disrupt the victim's life. The science (and or understandin...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

M StCUSL SFMTtwn FEBRUARY 1986 TEXAS WATER COMMISSION AUTHORIZES MUNICIPAL USE OF TEXOMA WATER On January 7, 1986 the Texas Water Commission authorized the North Texas Municipal Water District to utilize Lake Texoma water to serve Member and Cus- tomer Cities in its 1600 square mile ser- vice area on the eastern side of the Dallas Metropolitan area. Approval of two per- mits allow the NTMWD to divert up to 84,000 acre feet of water annually from Lake Texoma and to convey the water in a pipeline to Sister Grove Creek then to use the bed and banks of the creek to transport the water to Lake Lavon. The additional permit then allows the NTMWD to divert up to 77,300 acre feet additional from Lake Lavon with the dif- ference being the calculated loss in the diversion. Also included are minor changes in the existing Lavon Permit which would allow the use of an additional 6,000 acre feet to be transferred from industrial use and domestic use to municipal use. The per- mit further provided t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

■■Wpv: 4BMM - i*- *<■ v,' * • $*#"? * FEBRUARY 1986 SACHSE. SENTINEL PACE 21 Look Out for These ".Birds" A recent issue of a magazine published especially for newly licensed young auto drivers, offers an interesting list of "Birds to Be- ware of": Gleetul S:'la*' er-Dasher—Lovfo >eldc resist his burned-out headlight; Gawking Booby—Gaze ar while driving. One-Winger Ro<*; Ckt ■: Disdains two handed driving. Crosswalk Creeper—Can't cheating on the takeoff. As the magazine says: "Unfor- tunately, these species are not ex- tinct, so while you're driving keep a sharp lookout for these birds— and be sure no one thinks you're one of them" "All doors are open to courtesy." Thomas Fuller WBm CHAINUNK INSTALLATION & REPAIR BUCKINGHAM FENCE CO. GARLAND TUXAS 75040 17IT Jh With Dog How Purchase 01 rse Hank Financing FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL (214) 530-0505 w I ence A.J. MASHEWSKE "A good listener is not only popular everywhere, but after a while he knows something." Wilson Mizener TAX...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1986

_EAGE 22 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1-986 Worship With Us 495-1116 Sachse Assembly of God Church 2709 Third Street - Sachse, Texas Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 Evening 6:00 p.m. Wednesday (Family Night) 7:30 p.m. (Royal Rangers) . . . Boys (Mlssionettes) . . . Girls (Adult Bible Class) (WELCOME) Jimmie Capehart... Pastor 495-1089 Visitors Are Always Welcome A t Sachse Christian Church __ COME WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES For Youth and Adults .. 10:00 AM WORSHIP SERVICE .... 11:00 AM >:• ! | Jim Caughlan HIGHWAY 78 at BEN DAVIS | MINISTER SACHSE When a man's busy, why, leisure Strikes him as wonderful pleasure; Faith, and at leisure once is he? Straightway he wants to be busy.' —Robert Brownino J )QC )S( }□< IDE 10 HDt 3 CDC )bc——pan ' iniieu "Al's Has Been Serving Garland Area Since 1971" AL'S ELECTRONICS SATELLITE SYSTEMS 1118 Lavon Drive - Garland UNIDEN PANASONIC DRAKE LUXOR STS BALDWIN COSMOS WINEGARD CALL: 495-2579 271-8498 If OVER 100 CHANNELS Movies, E...

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