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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

CROF-T r ALUMINUM INSULATING STORM DOORS Storm door with screen and all hardware. Prehung, ready to install. 32" and 36". *165T. reg. retail 49.18 $38.88 Add 8.75 for Special order Bronze WARMER WINTERS COOLER SUMMERS INSUlATf YOUR W1NOOWS WITH MIRROR FILM 16" wide 88< per lin. ft. 69( 24" wide 1.32 per lin. ft. 99( WHOLE HOUSE FANS 36" wide 1.98 per lin. ft. $1.52 48" wide 2.64 per lin. ft. $1.99 automatic set-back thermostats ALUMINUM INSULATING STORM WINDOWS Bottom panels are removable. Includes two glass panes and a screen-made to measure. United Inches - Width + Heloht ^ ^ ^ £ 80 U.I. to 90 U.I. reg 30 64 90 U.I. to 100 U.I. reg 34.77 $25.33 100 U.I. to 120 U.I. reg. 39.48 $29.88 Allow 3 weak deliver* , , WIND BRACED TURBINE VENT POWER VENT M" 'eg If* 70 *rm imn % I A#fc8ft$JNMi SUInleti itoel mounting ler IfMfi at trouble tree tervtco reg 72 M A^t8480thk § $ r988^M$ ft r. $<m >M 'If I? If 14 V M MMI HeeHg/ $44.88 *i4.e« Mp U«e MM ««f 1 M $5.99 0881 Ul8 V8fl 9f |M8 Itt...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

TMWHM Ornyte 26" wide 8 0 reg. $3.29 10' 0 req 5 88 $3.99 12*0 reg. 7.05 $4.89 Polyethylene Film 4 KHtj In CiMi lOOti bLA 4ft wNl«r«9 7 70 iff wkJv •« 10 10 $•.4* •ft Wtf« t$9 14 40 4.69 WROUGHT IRON RAILING **IOJ Adjustable for flat or stair-way installation. 6'0 sections reg. 11.25 $7.32 8 0 #3SF Flat column reg. 10.66 $8.99 4'0 sections reg. 7.41 t $4.88 5'0 sections reg. 9.46 $6.10 Leslie-lock - JHE COTTAGE : Metal Utility Building, great for storage. I j |l0'x7'reg. 197.60 ^ 1 10' x10' reg. 241.63 95 CA« POtTS 'T wN-A3IA WINO ttfAKI GAtOIN OIVIDCtS CKIN HOUSIS CINDER BLOCKS YOUR CHOICE * t~ xl" x 16" m r*r*w rig 1 15 78< -i^.: -t' v-. STEPPING STONES Stepping StOMt with iipMWt *ggreg*t« CfMtct H Regno m SQU r W 1% 1 II MCt $1.63 II* <H I M MC 11.11 C-MIX MORTAR MIX Jnii Mil) Wlter C-Mu — *:i rtg i U 90$ tog $1.79 -

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

(Lire Sastrnp Olmnitu (Eintes SEC. II. PAGE 1 I HI KS|) \^ . MARC H D. Glass Renovation: A Dying Art Revived by Gary Peebles French doors, like a lot of other things, are con- sidered old fashioned and out ot place and few young people have ever seen any. In case you haven't, they are doors made up of rectangular pieces of glass from top i n U Another example of an antique brought back to life. —Times Photo ECA Classes Form In Smith ville to bottom. They are only glass windows was priced one of a number of types at $285 and Behn said ol old glass objects it would cost $600 to make repaired by Craig Behn and his wife, Linda, at Pat McCloskey's Antique Shop on Highway 71. There's been a renew ed interest in this kind of work due to the increased demand for antiques according to Behn. The place shows this increased demand as it is covered with hundreds of win- dows, transoms, doors, and other glass objects of every conceivable size, shape, and color. Many of the objects are at least 60...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

SEC. II PAGE I HE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVII IE. TFXAS 78957 THURSDAY. MARCH 9, 19 JI i M I* HAN I hi district champion Bastrop Bearette* gave Hi District winners, the Palai ios Sharkettes, a good run fur their money before being defeated 68-53 in llu* playoff game. —Times Photo HaveYbu Heard the Good News? Call: James or Elaine Densman 237-3730 There is Living Proof. Area Girls Named To All-District lour Bastrop girls, along with one Smith- ville girl, were named to 25AA All District basket liall squads I wo other Smithville players re cctved Horuiruhle Men (loll. Named unanimously as forwards to the first team are Renee Mender son and Peggy laylor of Hastrop. Smithviile's Let our skilled stylists get into your hair and shape it beautifully. Try our cut for easy-care. SEBRING BY JOHN'S Sprntilitlnn In Mm s An,I Women'i Stytrs A rOINTM*H* *4 1.it infl W14 MAIN ABTMOt nut SI X J NOW THAT I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: ALL MEN, WOMEN BOYS & GIRLS, COME ON DOWN TO SPORTS SPECIALITY AND...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH V. 1978 March 18 Telethon Set THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THVILLE. TEXAS 7*W57 SEC. II. PAGE 3 Noon. March 18 will mark the kickoff of the 2nd annual Smithville High School Band Tele- thon at the high school cafetorium. The event which will last until 8 p.m. will provide musical enter- tainment and will feature Johnny Sabre, recording artist from Smithville. Proceeds from the tele- thon will go to the band. There will be no admis- sion fee but donations will be accepted. A Shet- Meuth Receives Degree ELGIN SCHOOL LUNCHES High School MONDAY: Breaded cut- let with catsup, whole potatoes with salad, oat- Girls' Softball Organizing The Smithville Opti - Mrs. Club is now in the process of organizing the Girls' Softball League for this year. Forms have been circulated at all the schools. If there is a girl who wants to play and did not receive a form, please contact LaWanna Weaver at 237-3688. We still need girls from the junior high and high school to participate. All ga...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

SBC. II. PAGE J_HE BASTROPCOUNTY TIMES. SMI I HVII.LE. TEXAS 7h957 THURSDAY. MARCH 9. lQ-'S Most Complete n | r § . A A i , • Farms - Ranches Listings in Rea Estate Morket • Town - Country Homes Bastrop County ■ m I ■■ V# ■ M I f w 1 VI 1 IV 1 • Commercial Property prrr rri i rrimm >n rrrtt hi> rrrrrrr mini rrr mnrrrr r mi rrr* o r rrr in r rrmrrr\ ! FOR BEST RESULTS, ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES • WE SELL FOR 700! i iiiju.ijuuuu.ui.iimunm"n Hniij WALTON CONST. CO. Custom Home Builders We offer free estimates, and help with plans and financing. We build complete homes or any portion of it for you. We build quality homes at reasonable prices. Let us help you plan your new home by railing 321-2697 in Bastrop. Wendell E.Walton - owner PIPKIN REAL ESTATE Corner of Hwy 71 & 95 Lawrence Pipkin - BROKER 237-3667 home 237-2387 office Jonna Fleming Salesman home 237-3725 LISTINGS WANTED HOMES, EAR MS, RANCHES. SMALL TRACTS *3 Br., I both in gtx>d condition, in older pari <>f l o...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

MARCH 14, 1978 >*T1 T V Data, mc tVOTTMf MOVIE IOC® A Fma Madnasx" (1966) Sha Conmary, Joanne Wood- FVTWNG Mrnoaesi news O FESTIVAL 78 Whna Bm> A Russian family •nampts to introduce a captive affiita hear Aika. Into her native A/ "Ik environment ® BEWITCHED T Trie*-Or Treat Or Not To Trtca-Or-Tteal' Oarrin and Enttora dash over Halloween © WORLD LITERATURE CRUSADE S3* O IN SEARCH OF O $100 000 NAME THAT TUNE o MARY TYLER MOORE IB ADAM-12 . ght Duty Malloy is assigned aank duty because of a broken ■mat but still finds plenty ol action 0 SHANANA ffl BEWITCHED 7-OT O CHUCK BARRIS Guests Anson Williams. Tauaraa Bobby Vinton. Chita R«rera, The Oak Ridge Boys. Rene Rovce and Gary Mule Dm O B SAM ^•mwrej Sam. a specially trained yellow Labrador and hn partner Otticer Breen (Mark Harmon), are to be evicted from their apartment In the meantime, they must locale a deaf-mute boy trapped in a cave and disarm a bank robber carrying a bomb CD QUNSMOKE Death Train" Fear of a plague spreads i...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

TV LISTINGS Supplement to the Bastrop County Times, The Villager MARCH 10, 1978 Copyright * 1978 TV Data. Inc DAYTIME MOVIE 1:00© "Blondie Goes To College" (1942) Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake EVENING 6:00 QQOIDSI NEWS Q MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT CD BEWITCHED And Something Makes Four" Samantha's new baby raises eyebrows in the heavens and on Earth. 03 NBC NEWS 6:30Q THE GONG SHOW Q FAMILY FEUD O MARY TYLER MOORE Q TEXAS WEEKLY © ADAM-12 Vengeance Malloy and Reed get an unexpected assist from an ex-convict when a gang of hoodlums attacks them © THE JEFFERSON AWARDS © BEWITCHED ID NEWS 7:00 O ffl QUARK "The Good, The Bad And The Ficus" When his ship falls into a black hole in space. Adam Ouark and his crew meet their evil counterparts from another universe in a fight to the death O Q WONDER WOMAN International peace talks are jeopardized when a young clair- voyant begins manipulating the minds of several high-ranking diplomats by using psychic pho- tos of their deceased loved ones Q WASH...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

8 march 12, 1978 Copyright e 1978 T V. Data. Inc. morning 6:30© capitol eye 6:45 q sacreo heart 7 00 o herald of truth o this is the life o sesame street cb robert schuller ffl lucy show ffl cartoons 7:30© jerry falwell 0 tv forum €1 robert schuller ffl voice of victory ffl princess knight 8:00 o ghost busters O CB rex humbard mister rogers religious town hall ffl this is the life ffl world concern 8:30 q CD day of discovery o wacko q zoom ffl JAMES ROBISON © JERRY FALWELL 9:00 0 MOVIE 'Forty Guns'' (1957) Barbara Stanwyck. Barry Sullivan O CAPTAIN GUS O © ORAL ROBERTS O SESAME STREET © DIVINE PLAN © PEOPLE VUE 9 30q DAY OF DISCOVERY © LET THE BIBLE SPEAK © BAPTIST CHURCH ffi JABBERJAW ffl JIMMY SWAGGART 10 00 O CAMERA THREE O AUSTIN PRESENT A Q INFINITY FACTORY © IMPACT ffl GRAPE APE ffi CAPITAL EYE 10 30 O FACE THE NATION O STUDIO SEE Baseball is explored from the manufacture of the bat to its use by professionals ant) amateurs (Hi CD HERALD OF TRUTH © THE CHRISTOPHERS ffl ANIMALS...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

uj_ jm—zrrr SATURDAY march 11. 1978 CoCylgM • 1 7 T v DM . Inc MORNING aun Pot «8 7 30 o 63 • 00 o a better way sjooro 1 *m the greatest o newsmakers 700 O © hono komo phooev o o rosomic stooges o potmcs and diploma- cy in twentieth century america I at s CUM This Country Moving Again JFK. Domeslic And For- i Policy superfrienos qo qo glo- betrotters os SPEED buogy 100 o o bugs bunny / road runner O politics and diploma cy in twentieth century america The Great Society And South- east Asia IB J Domestic And fo(«on Policy 0) ffl laff a-lympics • 30 01 news 9 00 O once upon A CLASSIC Lo na Doona A* the Doonas rob Rauhan Mucltabuck John "dws to his uncle s fescue Wt* the Baton of Somerset reluses to pstntah the Ooonaa Rauban and John plot their own ravanga (Part 3 ol 10) (b extension 78 9 30 Q CD pink panther o o batman tarzan o daniel foster. m d Cystic Fibrosa* 0) fifty plus 10 00 o (d b aggy pants / nitwits o paint with nancy q comedy shorts t£ krofft supershow lo 15 0 income tax wo...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 9. i^H THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS "8957 SEC. II. PAGE 5 Widest County Readership ftntes CLASSIFIED Phone Today! Bastrop Office 321 -5721 Smithville Office 237-2461 Full County Coverage For Sole Services Public Notice MONUMENTS Memorial of Endur- ing Beauty. A complete line of Quality Granites. Honest Dependable Service, Reasonable Prices. All work fully guaranteed. Temple Granite Works, Mrs. C.M. Pesl, Rep- resentative. 801 Wilkes, Smithville, Tex, 78957. Ph. 237-2730. FOR REAL bargains in new and used furniture. No. 2, Main Street, Smith- ville. Phone 237-2111. HAY FOR SALE. Nflfell fertilized heavy \Hre-tied bales of Johnson grass & Hegira. Located T; mile nortn of Smith- ville. Call 713/242-3500. 49-tfc FOR SALE New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521. tfc Scrap plywood siding & lumber. Different sizes. New & used. 2"x4" - 4' to 12' long. 2"x6" - 4' to 12' long. 2"xl0" - 4' to 12' long. 2"xl2" - 4' to 10' long. Nelson Parks, 206 W....

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 March 1978

■1 :r< r i ai Ai*> rUK MAI)/!! D rm i ^ 'MM, M• •. (. tft CONIUMIR •Mil I I Hill I) aw OPEN / DAYS A WEEK 7a m 9 p.m. VCfc \ SUPERMARKET 6 PACK, LITER SIZE $139 (PLUS UULA or DIET RITE COL ROSEDALE CORN PEAS GREEN BEANS #303 CAN §? 3 for I 89 UUfc/ " oiKfioomn & BUTTERKRUST CINNAMON ROLLS 49c PURINA DOG CHOW $9 98 50 POUNDS DOVE DISHWASHING LIQUID DEP.) FOOD SIMPS 'U 22 OZ. 79c REGISTER FOR CtRRIAN-WEBSTTR OICTIONARV TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON SATURDAY, MARCH UTH. HAIR COLOR NICE N' EASY $|99 2 OZ. CLAIROL CONDITIONER M3> FINAL NET • ■oi \ 1 HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO - 25 CLAIRMIST HAIR SPRAY 4 OZ. 69c #207 GAY STEP TUMMY TRIMMER PANTY HOSE $1 49 TOILET BOWL 69' ASSORTED ECKO BAKING PANS, MUFFIN, CAKE & COOKIE SHEETS 79' DECKER'S SMOKED PICNIC HAMS <lfev POUND 75 SHOWBOAT SPAGHETTI #300 CAN 5 for $1.00 KRAFT BARBECUE SAUCE 18 OZ. 59< KRAFT FENCH DRESSING 8 OZ. 49< KELLOGGS 24 OZ. CORN FLAKES (NEW SIZE) 89< BONELESS USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF POUND ENGLISH CUT ROAST $1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 March 1978

Jamboree 78 h % tstrou (LUnmtu , icrof?L'i berrt«r, Ino. F. 0. Dox 45436 + [ >11 •. ' x * 75235 X 20 March 30, 31 April 1 SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY Vol.87. NO. 10 FOUR SECTIONS. 32 PAGES 1 HUKSDAY, MARCH 16. 1978 Elgin Seeks Landfill ELGIN — In their regular meet- ing Tuesday night, March 7, the council authorized Councilman Arthur Johnson and City Adminis- trator Marvin Patterson to make arrangements for a ten acre site tor a new city landfill. Johnson told the council. " I o me, the countv has left us out on a limb. We went along with them for two years." County commissioner Emil Mogonye of Precinct 4 volunteered county funding from Precinct 4 but the council did not respond at the time. Mogonye said, "1 wanted to stand pat on the original site. I don't feel that the health department is going to approve the alternate site." Entex Gas Company was granted a 45 cents a month minimum service adjustment increase per customer by the council after a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 March 1978

SEC. I. I'AO I. 2 I Hi: BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMIl HVILLE. TEXAS 78957 >ur' ' f Hound The County 1 ▼ IE WP#IIIT n, i in— imons by Doug Baker MltlMIIIIIIIIIHIMIItllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllilllllilllllllllllllMIIIIIIMIMIIIHIIIIIII Spring ('leaning Time Is Now Now is ihe lime i< get our citics in shajH- lor spring. roads arc beinj paved, in Ihe streets t hin k holes and cracks are being filled. Hut wha about private property within our (ides' limits? Where docs the right of city run up against the right of a private properly owner who has lei hi property deteriorate? We're talking about structures and buildings on private property in ou county's cities. We feci thai Ihe city should he concerned when it is a matter of safe! and health lhal affects the tow n's citizen*. In Elgin it's a matter of an old building on Main St housing pigeons an< rats. And it needs to be cleaned i View points expressed in "Letter to the I ditor" are sold) th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 16. I«T8 Roads, THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78457 SEC. I. PAGE 3 From Page 1. miles of roads and the amount of bridge maintenance needed. Griesenbeck stressed that each commissioner has to establish his own priorities. When the Times contacted State Representative John Wilson about the problem, he pointed out {hat these roads do not come under state jurisdiction — they are a "county problem," and that the "place to solve it is in the local commissioners court." When the limes talked to Com- missionner Wilma Wiley, whose precinct has jurisdiction over these roads until last week, she said that a lack ot money in her precinct was to her with any complaints — she said she never heard from them. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker, owners ot the Stockade Ranch, disagree. Mrs. Baker says, "We have all tried to contact her. Mr. Howard Duff wrote her a letter. Mr. Fred t Meyers took a petition, signed by ^ area residents, to her office. Alton Beasley and Sidney L. Bar-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 March 1978

SEC I. PAGE 4 I HI BASTROP( OUNI V I IMI S. SMI IHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 .>AV. MARCH lb, 1^8 Musical Odds & by Hob Standifer Lawrence WtTk and his musical family played to a capacity crowd in the Special Events Cen- ter in Austin Sunday alternoon. A few minutes before the show Lawrence Welk came on stage, went in to the audience and danced with the ladies while the last lew people came into the arena just before show time. After the musical fam- ily opened the show with "We Can Make Music," Myron Eloren conducted the orchestra in a medley of songs from Rogers anil Hammerstein's hit music- al "Carousel." The dance team of Bob- by Burgess and Cissy Ends FPVFD Station Grand Opening April 15 King performed several dance numbers with the greatest of ease. They are probably the best dance team in the enter- tainment field today. Tom Netherton sang the beautiful hymn "I Asked the Lord." He then came down in the audience, walked over to Amy Standifer and sang "If I ver I Would Leave You....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 March 1978

SEC. I. PAGES THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 16. 1978 Obituaries Legal Notice Hoffman Services for Walter Max Hoffman, K7. were held at 3 p.m. March 14 at Marrs-Jones Funeral Home with Bobby Cullum officiating. Mr. Hoffman died on March 13. He is survived b\ his wife, Martha Jane of Smithville; two sons, Woodrow of Ballinger and .lack of Balmorhea; and five grandchildren. Novosad Mrs. Annie R sad. 84, widow of S. Novosad, died Horace Nye hoi Elizabethtown, N.^ Friday, Feb. 24. She was born on 20, 1893 in Fayetteville, Texas, daughter of thfc late Mrs. Mary (Rek) Klimek. Survivors include one son. Joseph F. Novosad of Spring Branch, Texas; one daughter. Mrs. Mary Jane Clark of Keeseville, N.Y.; 2 grandsons; 4 granddaughters; 3 great grandchildren; and a brother, Frank Klimek of Fayetteville, Texas; 2 sisters, Mrs. Sophie Kubala of Fayette- ville, and Mrs. Betty JeBousek of Houston, Texas. She was a charter mem- ber of KJZT Lodge #69 in Smithville and had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 March 1978

SEC. I . PAG16 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. MARCH 10. UTS Micro-Wave Oven Program Set Mrs, Dorothy Lewis, homcmaking leather at Snuthville High School, has announced that dent ' onstrations on the use of microwave ovens will be held on March 29 in the high school foods lao. In charge of the demon- strations will he Mrs. Clara Curtis, Bastrop County Home Demonstra ' tion Agent. Although there will be lour demon- strations given, only three still have enrollment spaces available. I hey are the 8:.M) a.m. and 12: "•() and 1:30 p.m. classes. The public is invited to attend any of the three demonstration classes. There is no charge for attending the sessions, and a special treat will be a tasting bee following each demonstration period In extending the in- vitation. Mrs. ■ i.ewis pointed out that micro* *ave ovens are growing in use; however, many microwave owners are not fully aware of their great energy efficiency potential. She cited as an example resear...

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