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

. -' *4i:/ n I f W w . ^ % I t MONDAY, APRIL 11, 19311 StEETf ATI® MTORTElt, SWEETWATER, TEXAS «x« <«ai >•&! .ftp • HPECMIi NOTICE WA8HTUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater'* Own Cartomdrt 1 Son of Jn4ge and Mrs. R. C. 'Jtmne, 601 East Third HI., (Sweetwater BY BOY8TON I > n, u l|H' \ n AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mlms Bldg. Dial, 681 \bilene, Texas Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in # the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves—$2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 BOSS SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Offers you an opportunity to qualify in shorthand and type writing. Full secretarial course in 2 or 3 months. Ex- perienced Commercial 111 • structor. Ph. 462 Macie Hotel EFFICIENT. Dependable, In- surance Service. McCaulley- Fowler Insurance Agency, Blue Bonnet Hotel Bldg. ROOMS FOB RENT FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, sin- gl...

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

tf':-Bm*TlSUSWKET w ATEB. Ttt&B ' r''' ''v- '-"■'"g-f11' ...... 1 ' ■ ■' ,' ' '..... ' ' ■ ■ ■ Has Ignored FDR's Demands MONDAY, APRIL ll \9Stt Stay In Budget Made Efforts momize House Has to Five Major priation Bills INGTON — (UP) - t-m senate is overriding Pre aldWt' Roosevelt's stern de- mands that appropriations for ttdkteit fiscal year be kept wil^in budget estimates while the house has made feeble ef- foMs to economize, a United Press survey today disclosed. Of the five major approp- riation bills passed by the two chambers and now in confer- ence for adjustment of dif- ferences, the senate has added $61,869,655 to the house-ap- proved measures, bringing the total appropriated thus far to $2,724,971,470, which is $30,- 716,722 more than budget es- timates and an increase of $77.- 730,253 over the current out- lays for the same activities. The $77,730,253 increase over the current year's outlay was caused by a sharp step-up in budget estimates for a national defense program...

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

M®., m ■hbb%; y. ■ f «. ^ Vice President France's 'National Defense' Cabinet Takes Control # Spending Plans Labor Agreement Reached. Strikers Go Back to Work Death Struggle Con- tinues in Spain; 'Easter Peace' Called 4) I) O ) .1 ") S PARIS — (UP) — Premier Edouarcl Daladier's "national defense" cabinet went into pow- er today with an overwhelming preliminary vote of confidence in the chamber of deputies and a quick agreement to end the general strike threat against French industry. The strike, threatening to tie up national rearmament, came to an unexpected end when the general labor federation agreed to order immediate evacuation of factories by sit-down strikers. Across French frontiers, the Spanish insurgents and loyal- ists remained locked in their I) death struggle. Loyalists report- ed a new offensive was started in an effort to throw back the advance of the nationalists through Catalonia. Developments Elsewhere Elsewhere: Vienna: Officials declared an "Easter peace" on Nazi ...

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

MB -V MAJOR LEAGUE GUESSES MADE twater Boys Teams «PPV Prepared For it City Program mmii l-l l-ftr (l \l : Softball managers and spon- sors from Sweetwater and vi- cinity will meet in the office of the Texas Electric Service cortipany tonight at 7:30 o'clock t6 adopt rules for the 1938 sea- son, draw up a tentative sche- dule and set a definite date for opening play. A. A. Eberle, pre- sident of the Lions club which sponsors the program will be In charge. Recommendations drawn up by a committee composed of Pop Stroble, James Houlihan and Marshall Willis, will be inspected by the managers and sponsors. Outside Trams Kilter Representatives from Busby, Divide, Blackwell. Roscoe. Roby and other outside points, re- ported coming in with girls and boys teams, are expected. Roby has the boys teams; the others are planning girls tens. Girls Softball interest is at a high ebb. Monday night 25 girls showed up for the first spring practice at City Park. A league 'of girls teams to play five-in...

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

rn Pa he bit |>ri U MP MM lib In. L a- las Iho g 10(1 fed fees pre of Its' 5# Ire, lew )ul vas Ine, Ivls# led # piwp- m \ k$ " i loan ■0 I • I o I 1 I <o ' o o o i « 13 I _ ,,,, , SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Special Relief Message May Be Made Same Day New Impetus Behind Drive to 'Prime' Ailing: U. S. Business WASHINGTON — (UP) President Roosevelt, plans to lay the full import of the eco nomic crisis before the nation —possibly in a fireside chat on Thursday night—and he also may send his special relief mes sage to congress the same day, the White House announced to day. White House Secretary Steu- ben T. Early said the plan was tentative but that it would go through if the chief executive can find time to draft the mes- sage and the speech, The announcement came as Mr. Roosevelt put new impetus behind his drive to mobilize the New Deal's vast lending and spending agencies into the mightiest "pump priming" a s - sault on the trade slump since the hectic days of 1933....

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

iSiiHir Mice Mr fiennltt SWEEtWA lt*. TEXAS TUESDAV MM The Executive Reorganization Program fMNwr to the faint; and to them that 'might he inereaieth ntrengh.—Isttinh is strength, without a double share of wis. —Milton. o ffifip ';<tC (1" ' ■ '■ ■ i* ! • , •. -V - i< f ■■ J ital eetwai J ATER WILL GAIN ARENA PROJECT M Appointment of a committee by the Board of City I jfeevelopment to work with the board of directors of • the Fair association puts in motion plans for building An arena and grandstand in fair park. The need for such facilities at the fair grounds is so obvious, that no campaign of any kind is necessary to foster public opinion to back the project. An enclosed arena with adequate seating capa- city would put Sweetwater in a most enviable po- sition among West Texas cities. It would definitely establish Sweetwater as offering a sales pavilion unequalled west of Fort Worth. That would be certain of attracting increased attendance at every project staged at the fair ...

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

{ I lrl (I I -t , 1 '• "■& TUtiDAY, APrtiL it 1938 - r~^r~3r::r >■ , . .... . . .. ... ' , SWEEtHrATfeR REPORTER, SWfcEtlTATfeK, tt*£9 ;■ • m ■ ■ * ' -Y ■ •. >y& CLA D Reporter Classified Advertising Clu8Hifi<>d uds accepted until noon for pulilicution namo tiny: until 5 p. ni. Sat- urday for tlio Huiiduy ICdilion. Changcx and cancellation!* must be made by sumo time. LINE HATH il lines 1 time ;iOe 3 lines *2 times 00<; 3 lines a times 7f>c 3 lines C times (I wuek) $1.20 25 times (1 month) inn* line _ $1.00 Jiolei for more tlinn :i lines in proportion. 5 average words arc counted to each line. CLA8SJFIKD DISPLAY 1 time 50q per inch 2ft times (1 month) ..... $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone nre accept- ed from patrons listed in the telephone, or city directory on memorandum cllarge; in return for this courtesy tin- advertiser is expected to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled before expiration date, ar...

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

jppmPP Saturday Prices! the rush and excitement of Saturday shopping, you can shop more during* the week and still buy your food needs at "Saturday Prices." Prices In Effect Tuesday afternoon, Wed., Thurs. Load of Fresh Valley Fruits and Vegetables arriving this afternoon at , These vegetables were picked Fresh yesterday afternoon. BEANS - I* 5c Yfllow ^ Fresh Black Squash 3 lbs lOc Peas Fresh Blackeyed For the Season ] O. New Low Price Long'Green CUCUMBERS Extra Fancy BELL PEPPER lb. lb. ... 7*ic 10c Seedless GRAPEFRUIT r s,*19c 150 Size Extra Fancy WINESAP APPLES 19c Extra Texas Larae Oranges Dripping with Juice The Size that usually U0Z6I1 Sells for 33c CARROTS. BEETS GREEN ONIONS Fancy Poteet 3 Large ffl- Bunches JAW f ancy Poteet STRAWBERRIES 2 pts. 25c BANANAS doz. 25c 15c BIG LOAD GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANG- ES. GET OUR PRICES BY BUSHEL Crystal White SOAP 7 Bars Limit • Phillips PORK & BEANS "£ 4'ic Red Seal Shoe String POTATOES,,, can 8 Vzt Pure Cane SUGAR 'L^r Bag 49c 10 ib. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 April 1938

I ' SWE ETWATEJR lC2fll£-<VoiC£- oicc- ^exa&s'' U. S. TAX PROGR. ~ ( |tt i i t President Issues onyder Lad Held in sharp challenge Stepfather's Death VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1938 NUMBER 321 Daladier May Stabilize W orld Peace Board Re-Elects Principals and Football Coaches Russell E. Shruder Renamed Director of School Band Music All principals of Sweetwater schools were elected for anoth- er year by acclamation when the school hoard met in regular session Monday night. This per- sonnel continues: J. H. Williams, Newman high school; G. E. Wil- liams, John H. Reagan junior high school; H. D. Reed, Philip Nolan; L. C. King, John R. Lew- is; W. D. Mauldln, J. P. Cow- en; and Ray Mathison, Mexican school. Laurance Priddy also was re- named head coach, with Adrian Clark ami C. L. Harliss assist- ant football coaches, for New- man. A. A. Autrey, head coach, and Jack Roten were renamed for Reagan. Shrader Renamed Russell E. Shrader was renam- ed hand directo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 April 1938

SWWIKATO! DEPQStER, IfESffATA Wi •v : '.'J i..->' ♦ - .'=v m , : k /"'., ? -v"r•* Y '.#*.?'-?jr<;y*rc WEDNESDAY, AftHL' 13, l||i I 'v/'4 /K21 KlaiS Favorable on Move ture Badly , By System Owi | Be Financed Plans for the proposed phy- sical education building for Sweetwater were ordered by the board of education Tuesday night, when a special commit- tee reported favorably on the project. This group is compos- ed of Henry Marshall, Dan Shields and Dalton Moore. Preliminary discussion calls for a building 100 by 100 feet, with a basketball court 60 by 100, seating capacity for more than 1,000, showers and dress ing rooms for home and visiting teams. Board Iu Favor It is reported that the board is heartily in favor of the pro- posal if financing can be work- ed out. A WPA project is plan- - ned. It is the statement of the board members that an ade- quate building can be financed without a bond issue or any increase in taxes, by using fed- eral cooperation. Although the board did ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 April 1938

'mswvTm mm 1)8 ■is |i'- I'P [o # It a lie Id I'K lie 4 : ' " '* ' * " " s WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1938 i' "iii'i • i. Wintry Blast Causes Some Damage To Fisher Co. Crops SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS _!±5 • ♦ i * By MRS. P. B. KNOTi' ROTAN — The freeze and snow for 2 days last week practically ruined the fruit crop and did considerable damage to the wheat crops in Fisher county. Lawns, gardens and orchards were hurt by the wintry blast. 1 ' • i * t 9 MISS HUGHES BlOCO.MICS BRIDK OF MR. CLRVEIjAND ROTAN — The marriage of Miss Alta Mae Hughes and Al- len Cle%'eland was solemnized at. 9:30 a. m., Sunday at Uie home of the officiating min- ister, the Rev. VV. T. Hardy. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wagner, Miss Jewel Hughes of Lubbock and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mc- Ginnis. The bride wore a navy blue bolero dress with navy acces- sories. Mrs. Cleveland, who was graduated from Waco High school, recently has been em- ployed with the Ann's Beauty Salon, and has made her ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 April 1938

tures ™ PACE FOUR !*■ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1938 •ijiii thatt no ntbre be thy light by day; fitr brightness shall the moon give light thee; but the L&rd shall be unto thee ng light, itnd thy dot I thy gtory.—Isaiah 19. ni ■■ - - The glory of each tfurnoon «u pt. Saturtiy.9 morning and ita wi ' by The Sweetwi _ as 'ateSiti class Sweetwater, Texas, _ _jnnltt ar d Russell Bennitt, Puba. ■ people, and of an age, is al- work of a small number of great men, >nj} disappears with them.—Grimm. -o— . SWEETWATER STAGES OPENING GOLF TOURNAMENT Sweetwater will be the golf rendezvous for West Texas golfers this week when the annual tournament is played over the Lake Sweetwater course. Golfdom has come to look upon the local event as a most inspiring opening of the tournament season. The Sweetwater course offers to golfers of all abilities a variety of play that insures continuous interest. Not only does the city claim its prowess as a re- creation center but it goes out to prove it by invit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 April 1938

v:' ^Vv<;' pa'" J"n' iwm >TOf; ■'■■■ **>■!. Wjy-C' Ira'.fiSMKf RsBMBi WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS *..#41 - ft - ! If o CLASSIFIED - Reporter Classified Advertising CluHKififd ads accepted until noon for publication name day; until 5 p. in. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Changes and cancellations must be made by name time. LINK RATK H lines 1 time :t0« :i lim-K times q0q 8 lilies 8 times 75c .*l lines (5 times (1 week) __$1.20 25 times (1 mouth) per line . . $1.(10 Rates for more than :i lines in proportion. i> average words are counted to each line. CLASSIPIKh DISPLAY 1 time ." ()c per inch 2.r> times (I month) _ $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from pairons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge: iu return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled before expiration date, are charged at rate ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 April 1938

WEDNESDAY, APMt IS, Mg* Q To Be Philip Nolan PTA To Elect Officers Episcopal Rector Auxiliary Speaker Aldersgate y Theme of the First Methodist studied the book "Out S§," written in com- ition of the 200th anni- of the conversion of ijnu Wesley at Aldersgate Krcet ^church in London, at regular meetings Monday n in the homes of mem- £ Mrs. A. B. Chambers was hos- tess to circle 1 with 15 present. Mrs. Kenneth M. Camp direct- ed the lesson and Mrs. George T. Palmer, chairman, directed the business hour. All circles voted to cooperate with the Easter egg hunt at the Mexican and negro schools. A refreshment plate was passed. Mrs. M. B. Howard was hos- tess to circle No. 2. The Aiders- gate message was presented by Rev. George T. Palmer, pas- tor of the church. Mrs. A. G. Lee read a devotional on the Easter theme, and Mrs. H. M. Walker directed the business pe- riod. After a refreshment plate members adjourned to meet next with Mrs. William J. Hales. 604 Josephine. Thirteen members of ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

mil f o i Billion And Half o t o © ■ u Kj f: 1 > t * \I 1 ; ■ w I I O t . t 0 <> Dollars 'Priming' Plan Is Outlined New Wage-Hour Bill Is Presented by House Labor Committee Today WASHINGTON —(UP)—Pre- sident Roosevelt proposed to congress today in a special mes- sage a $4,512,000,000 program of lending-spending and credit ex- pansion to launch the new deal on its greatest expenditures in a pump-priming drive against the depression. Another important piece of legislation also appeared. The house labor committee agreed tentatively to report a new wage-hour bill, providing six levels of pay and working hours by gradual adjustments of stan- dards. Meanwhile, congression- al conferees on the new tax bill headed into embittered commit- tee fight. The new spending program proposed by the president would boost the federal 1939 budget expenditures to a mini- mum of $8,881,000,000 with spending probably topping $9,- 000,000,000 for the first time in U. S. peacetime history. Little le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

HWJRMMiY, AWHl 14, IMS liSW;' 1 Farm Made Undesirable by 'Black Smelly Water' Today Produces Oil Flan K Bared to Congress And the Nation Today WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt yesterday signed the bill which broadens the scope of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation's lending powers and then conferred with congressional leaders on the multi-billion dollar attack which he is expected to ini- tiate against the depression. Details of the lending-spend- ing program will be bared to congress In a special presiden- tial message today and to the nation in a fireside chat to- night. Billion Dollar 1'WA The chief executive was re- ported to have agreed at a conference with ffrve cabinet of- ficers and his chief spending aides last night to propose a $1,- 500,000,000 Public Works pro gram and to seek $1,250,000,000 for relief for the first seven months of the next fiscal year. In addition, the RFC will be armed to make loans of 500,000,000 on easy terms to state and municipalities an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

o KWmm PAGE SWEETWATER KEPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 14, l$9ft ^rnrnrnrnrnimimmmmm^^mmmmmiiSUA Kelly-Nash Political Machine Wrecked In Illinois Primary CHICAGO — (UP) — Gov. Henry Horner appeared today 1o be in a position to name the next mayor of Chicago and to exercise control over the ap- proximately 2,000,000 democra- tic votes in Illinois. His position was gained by a smashing victory over the powerful Kelly-Nash machine. Forces headed by Horner and •State's Attorney Thomas J. Courtney whipped the C'ook county (Chicago) machine in its own territory and, aided by republicans and independents, ^vvon the two juiciest plums og the 1938 primary election. On the basis of nearly com- plete returns. Congressman Scott W. Lucas led the machine candidate, II. S. District Attor- ney Michael Igoe by more than 2r>,000 votes for the I . S. sena- torial nomination. Just as important from the viewpoint of political strategy, was Judge ICdmund K. Jareeki's apparently certain vic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

I i I t > m * ml to attention SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1938 also on otttoTtar 8w«etwater, Texaa, Feb. 9, George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Jesus came and spake unto themi, saying flower is given unto me in heaven and in s -Matthew 28;18. Tfce pains of power are reul; its pleasure ira- v.—Colton. t$ SCHOOL BOARD PLANS for PHYSICAL EDUCATION The plan proposed by the Sweetwater Independent Schpol Board for a physical education building at the high school looks forward to a permanent solution of this need. A building sufficiently large is proposed to take care of demands that may arise in the future and of a type which will add stature to the school plant already on the ground. By utilizing the govern- ment WPA program under present plans the project would not necessitate any addition to bonded debt. As far as can be determined no opposition has arisen to the plan of going forward with this project. The need is so well recognized that the chief interest has c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

!?■ v%- ' . ■ '/ ■ t- v mi* ■ •;■ ^ <' > ' ■ V>' • Wm: v' # THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1938 ' "! ''I'll i < ■ ■■ • ) i f t t i al us. O • W. Lo- SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS - ■ : '' ■ You'll Want to Look Your Best Easter Sunday, April 1 Sears Makes It Easy! Check These Prices and See for Yourself! Sale Ends Saturday Night, 9 o'Clock Pure Silk Hosiery Comparable With 89c Three and four thread chiffons. Sizes 8Ms to Royal Purple. 69 $1 Quality "Aqua Sec Proofed against water spots. All new shades, •o j 3'-a-10 '/&. Royal Purple. Women's New Slips Comparable with $1.29 Beautiful silk crepes in tailored and lace trims. Adjustable straps. Sizes 32 to 42. Buy yours now for Easter. $1 Rayon Taffeta Slips i9c 20r Values Famous Desirables $1.69 | MQ Values Rayon Undies 2!>c Values 19c Fine knit ray- on panties in sizes for all girls. Extra ci li a I i t y i n tearose! Get a supply now! Mesh Rayons IT !!)<• Values }9c Luxu r iously soft a n d smooth. T h e y wash hea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

L - >•*■ . .. -I- ; ■■■.:■■; +:; • i •" ' ' *'.: • v-' - ■•.: 5. - - • pji -y-ft v, ivv/ tvf& *1 1 1 " "■ ., 1 ' J ' '{J}*L '"■ V tv1 -v,.l ourse T oday Noon With to Compete Lake Sweetwater Clubhouse Tournament Headquarters wind swept the vater course today jr the' opening rounds of the and annual invitation tour- ament sponsored by the Sweet- ater Golf Association got un- derway. Some qualifiers defied the breeze and started .their rounds. Others tried out the course, hoping for a lull in the afternoon to qualify. Henry Rogers, in charge of registration, reported more than 140 entrants at noon, with oth- ers from out of town expected to make the deadline this after- noon and bring the registration to more than 150. Visiting Group liarge Outside entries wore away ahead of last year, with more than 26 enterpd. Among I he no- tables was Amos Melton, golf editor of the Fort Worth Star- Telegram, who will remain through the finals Saturday. Melton formed a threesome with Morgan N...

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