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FOR SALS Seed rye and cireulat
ing wood heater, A. V. Wright.33p
FOR SALE 1107 acres creek ranch.
With or without stock and equip
ment. A. V. Wright. 33-36p.
Mr. and Mr. Joe Green and
LOST 10k gold case Croton watch;
aquamatic; radium dial face;
substantial reward. Leave at Ga
zette Times office. 33-34c
WILL DO plain sewing, children's
clothes especially, in my home.
Mrs. Bill Beck, Heppner. 33-34p
FOR SALE Wood circulating heat
er. A. V. Wright 32-33p
FORSALE Seed rye. A. V. Wright.
ESTRAY Picked up at my place
one bay saddle horse about fifteen
(15) years of age, 1 stocking foot
right back, heart brand on right
front shoulder, white spot in fore
head, diamond shaped. Owner
may have same by paying feed
and advertising costs. E. D. Bea
ver, Boardman, Ore. 32-34
FOR SALE 16-acre creek farm 9
miles from Heppner; 6-room
house, barn and outbuildings. In
cluded in sale: Fordson tractor Si
mower; good milk cow & chick
ens; cream separator; 7 tons of
hay in barn; 75 fence posts. Price
$3000.00. Turner, Van Marter &
OPPORTUNITY of lifetime supply
ing DDT and other profitable
products to farmers in Morrow
county. No experience or capital
required. Must have auto and
good reference. Permanent Write
or wire McNESS COMPANY,
Dept D, 2423 Magnolia St., Oak
land 7, Calif. 32 & 34p
and that you and all persons claiming,
by, llirougn or unaer you oe iorvcr
barred of alid from all right title, es
tate. Hen or Interest In or to said real
property and that whatever interest
you may claim merviii iw nun biiu
void, and for such other and further
relief as may be equitable.
This aummona ts aervea upon you
bv publication thereof once a week
for four successive weeka in the Hepi
ner Gazette Times, a newspaper pu
llahed In Morrow County. oresun, pur
suant to an order of Hon. Halpn S.
Hamilton. Judge of the above entitled
court. Which order is dated October
25, 1946, and the date of the first pub-
pubiicutlon 01 thla summons is uciouer
JOS. J. NVS.
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
Pout office and residence, Heppner,
IN TIIJC CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OK OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
JAMES H. PECK. Plaintiff, vs. MIT-
Z1E B. PECK. Defendant.
To Mltiie B. Peck. Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
aicaiimt you in the above entitled court
and cause within four weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
summons, and 11 you fan to so appear
and answer, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will apply to the said Court
lor relief as prayed for in plaintiff's
complaint, to-wit: for a Decree of this
Court dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now existing between plaintiff
and defendant and granting to plain
tiff an absol u te decree of d i vorce ;
and for a further decree awarding to
the plaintiff absolute ownership in the
1941 Chevrolet automobile now owned
by plaintiff and defendant.
This summons m serveu upon you
by publication mereot lor a penoa
of Four consecutive weeks In the
Heppner Gazette Times by order oi
the Honorable Bert Johnson, Judge of
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Morrow, which
mid order was made and entered on
the 18th day of October, 1946, and first
date oi puolicaiion oi una summons
is the 24th day of October 1946.
J. U. J. U.tr-K,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postofflce Address, Heppner, Oregon.
WHEN YOU FLY YOUR OWN
Firti of a Series of Article, en the Pteaium and Convenience
of Flying Your Own Private Piano
By A. P. Peek
Managing Editor, Scientific American
More and more average citizens, such as you and I, are learning
to fly their own planes. They are finding new thrills, new pleasures,
new vistas of all kinds opening up to them in the unlimited skyways.
I'rivate planes are safer, more comfortable, easier to fly than ever
before and, as production increases, they are coming down in price.
Not so long ao, Assistant Secretary
of lommerce Burden estimated that
witliin the next
A. P. Peek
NOTICE OF ESTRAY Came to
my place Sept. 25, 1946, one year
ling Hereford bull. No visible
brand, no ear mark. Owner may
have lame by properly identify
ing animal and paying advertia
tag and feed costs. O. W. CuU-
forth. Lexington, Ore. 31-33c
I ADVISE the parties, some of
whom are known to me, that got
posts from my camp at Rock
Springs unbeknown to me last
winter to make arrangements for
payment or they are going to get
into trouble. C. W. Phegley, Box
91. Spray, Ore. 31-34c
FOR SALE John Deere model D
tractor on rubber two and V4 mos.
old: 3 28-in. disc plows; new
mdon rolling cover crop disc, 6
ft, slightly used, $2750 cash for
complete outfit. Will not sell sep
arately. Charles R, Willbanks,
Route 3, Box 91, Oregon City,
FR SALE 2 new glass doors 2'8'
x6'8". O. M Yeagcr, 415 Jones St,
FOR RENT Sleeping room with
privilege of bath. O. M. Yeager,
415 Jones St
FOR SALE Interlocking pumice
building blocks. B. St B. Mortar'
less Block Co., Phone 1551, Pen
dleton, Ore, Box 262. 30-33p.
WANTED Linoleum laying, paper
hanging, kemtoning. E, L. Aid
rich, lone. 3033p
WANTED TO BUY Modern house in
Heppner. Terms cash. Inquire at
Gazette Times office. 29lf
I suffered for years and am so
thankful that I am free from pain
and able to do my work that I will
gladly answer nyene writing me
for information- Mrs. Anna Pautt,
P.O-Box 826, Vancouver, Wash.
Pd. Adv. NUB-OVO Laboratories
aoTios or rural, accouht
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of Augusta Mason has filed his final
account of his administration of said
estate with the County Court of the
Bute of Oregon for Morrow County
and said Court has fixed Monday the
Uth day of December, VMS, at the hour
of lu:00 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at the Court House at Hepp
ner, Oregon as the time and place for
hearing objections to said final ac
count and the settlement of said es
tate, and alt persons having objections
thereto are hereby required to file
the same with said court on or before
the time set for said hearing.
Dated and first published this 7th
day of November, 1946.
BEKT MASON, Administrator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OKKUON FUK UII
IRWIN PIERSON and CORRINB
HERSON, his wife, Plaintiffs,
Morrow Countv. a Public corporation.
1). IT Hurroinrhs and Jane Doe Bur-
rouglia, his wife, whose true name Is
unknown to plaintiffs, Etha M. Wal
Dole and John Doe Walpole, her
huahnnd hnu true name Is
. known to plaintiffs, Alex Parker and
Mary Parker, his wife, and Mary
Parker Hount and John Doe Blount,
her husband, whose true name is un
i,Mna,n in naintirrs and all the un
known heirs of Ktha M. Walpole, if
deceased, all the unknown Hairs oi
Alex Parker, If deceased, and all the
unknown hairs oi Mary ..rarsoi
Blount, If deceased, Also all other
persons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or Inter
est In tut . oal estate described In
In con,i.u..it herein. Defendants,
D. burroughs and Jane Doe
, his wife, Ktha M. Wal-
i,.u ... a John Doe Walpole, her
,.usbai.u, Alex Parker and Mary Par
ker, his wife, and Mary Parker
Blount and John Doe Blount, hor
husband, the unknown heirs of D.
H. Burroughs, the unknown heirs of
Ktha M. Walpole, the unknown hells
of Alex Parker and the unknown
heirs of Mary Parker Blount, If any
are deceased; also all other persons
or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or Interest In
the real estate described In the com
plaint herein, the above named defendants:
IN THB NAMB Or THH STATE
OF ORBOON, you and each of you are
hMhv required to auDoar and answer
plaintiff's complaint filed against you
In the above entitled court and cause
within four weeks from the date ot the
nr.i nuhiiration of this summons upon
you and If you fall to so appear or
answer, for want thereof, plaintiffs
will apply to the above entitled court
for the relief prayed for In their com
lot uecreo imi,b
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE Or UHlXiON r UK TUB
COUNTY OF MORKOW.
Jackson Implement Company ,a cor
Lois A. Young and John Doe Young,
her husband ,the unknown heirs ul
Lois A. Young, deceased; Burton
White and Jane Doe White, his
wife; Myrtle White Blomant and
Lewis B. Blomant, her husband; Ef
fie White Hazelwood and Richard
Hnzplwood her husband .the un
known heirs of Efiie White Hazel-
wood, deceased; Vernon Hazelwood
and Jane Doe Hazelwood, his wife;
Michael R Ward and Jane Doe
Ward, his wife .the unknown heirs
of Michael B. Ward, deceased; L.
Hexter. L. Mav & Sol Blumaer, do-
Iiik business under the firm and
stvle of Hexter. Mav & Company; L.
Hexter and Jane Doe Hexter. his
wife, the unknown heirs of L. Hex
ter. deceased; L. May and Jane
Doe May his wife, the unknown
heirs of L. May .deceased; Sol Blu
maer and Jane Doe Blumaer, his
wife, the unknown heirs of Sol Blu
maer, deceased; also all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title .estate ,lien or in
terest in the real estate described
To: Lois A .Young and John Doe
Young, her husband, tne unanown
heirs of Lois A. Young, deceased.
Myrtle White Blomant and Lewis B.
Blomant .her husband. Ef(ie While
Hazelwood and Richard Hazelwood.
her husband .the unknown heirs ol
Elfle White Hazelwood. deceased:
Vernon Hazelwood and Jane Doe
Hazelwood. his wife. Michael B.
Ward and Jane Doe Ward, his wife,
the unknown heirs of .Mlrhael li.
Ward, deceased; L. Hexter and Jane
Doe Hexter, his wife; L. May and
Jane Doe May, his wife; Sol Blu
maer and Jane Doe Blumaer, his
wife, the unknown heirs of L. May.
deceased, the unknown heirs of L.
Hexter. deceased, the unknown heirs
of Sol Blumaer. deceased, also all
other persona or paillea unknown
claiming any right, title, eitite .lien
or Interest in the real estate describ
ed herein. DEFENDANTS.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the Complaint fil
ed against you In tile above entitled
Court and cause within 4 weeks fron.
the date of the first publication of thin
Summons and If you fall to appear and
answer, tor want thereof, the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for relief as
piayed for In the said Complaint to
,( KV,r n nei-ree that the Pliiintifl'
is the owner in fee simple of the fol
lowing described real property situ
ated In Morrow County, State of Ore
The West 25 feet running across
tho Lot North and South in Lot 5;
The South 20 feet of Lot 2 and the
North 4(1 feet of Lot 3: the East
half of the East half ot Lots 6 and
7; Lot 9; All In Block 10 in the
Town of Lexington. Morrow Coun
ty. State of Oregon.
And that the plaintiff Is the owner
in fee simple of the said land, free
rrom any right .title, estate, lien or
interest of you and of each of you. and
that you. or any of you. have no right,
title, estate. Hen or interest in the
said land, or any part thereof, and
perpetually restrain and enjoin you.
and each of you. your heirs and as
ilgns. from asserting or claiming any
riKht. title, estate .lien or interest in
the said land, or any part thereof, ad
verse to the plaintiff.
This Summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof for 4 consecu
tive wceas in me uriiiu w...., v..
Times, by order of the Honorable Bert
Johnson .Judge of the County Court
of Morrow County, State of Oregon,
which said Order was maoe aim en-
or.l on the tsth dav oi octoner, imu,
ind the first date of this publication
Is October 24. 1!M6.
1 '. VV. jvi t 1 1 V71 , r, i .
Attornev for the plaintiff,
Postofflce Address. Heppner, Oregon.
ten years there
will be over 6000
and more than
airplanes in use in
the United States.
Mr. Burden's fig
ures seem likely
to be realized. As
more and more
airports open for
business, the pos
sibilities of pri
vate flying will
expand. And as planes become easier
to operate, tliey can take advantage of
smaller airports and of the landing
strips that will soon appear alongside
many highways and convenient to fill
ing stations, resorts, and so on.
Anyone with reasonably good men
tal balance and muscular coordina
tion can Icarn to fly. In fact, the
requirements for a private plane
pilot, aside from sufficient training
and adaptation to three-dimensional
instead of two-dimensional travel,
are no more than those for a good
To obtain an Airman Certificate
from the Civil Aeronautics Adminis
tration, which permits a private pilot
to take up passengers (but not for
pay), the would-be aviator first takes,
a minimum of 10 hours of dual in
struction ana1 flies solo for 30 hours.
The physical requirements for a Cer
tificate are simple. Your own family
physician can fill out the necessary
form. Ordinary physical defects, in
cluding the wearing of glasses, are
no bar to flying. Even the written
examination is not difficult to pass
and involves no complicated knowl
edge of meteorology or navigation. !
One of the biggest aids to safety
and convenience in private flying is
radio communication. For example,
with the latest transmitter and re
ceiver designed by Lear, Incorpo
rated, the pilot has available com
plete two-way communication at all
times. The entire set, including power
supply, weighs only fifteen pounds.
It picks up radio beacon signals, and
furnishes navigational aids on radio
ranges. It can even be used for direc-j
tion finding when tuned to standard
broadcast stations. I
With such radio equipment at his
command, the private plane pilot can
anticipate the weather ahead and can
feel completely free of any possibility
of getting lost on the skyroads of to
day and tomorrow.
LITTLE GEMMELL BOY
DIES AT VENETA
William Charles, two and one
half years, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Gemmell, died October 27 at
the home of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Gemmell at Ven
eta. Lane county.
Funeral services were held at the
Pool & Larson mortuary and little
Bill was laid to rest in L O. O. F.
cemetery No. 2 near Eugene.
Surviving besides the parents and
grandparents, is a sister, Ida Fay.
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppnerf Oregon, November 7, 1946-5
Barratt Heads OSC
Alumni in County
The Oregon State College Alumni
association has named Bill Barratt I
as its county representative in i
BAZAAR DATE SET
Ladies of the Women's Auxiliary
of the Episcopal church are prepar
ing for the annual bazaar, date for
which has been set for December
7 at the parish house. Besids the
food booth, which always proves a
United States Army
NAMED VICE PRESIDENT
OF OREGON STATE WOMEN
Marjorie Sims, junior in business
and industry from Heppner, was
elected vice-president of the Asso
ciated Women Students at Oregon
State college this week.
Miss Sims is a member of Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority and former
Morrow countv which is a part of I big drawing card, there will
district 8 in the main organization. numerous handmade articles on
Other counties in this district are j sale, including aprons, pillow cases, j
Umatilla, Gilliam, Wasco, Sherman, dish towels, etc. j
Hood River and Wheeler.
Business of the association in this " and Homecoming, November
county in the future will be han- 23.
died through Barratt and all offi-j A county committee to assist in
cial contacts between the instiru-1 the membership signup consists i of
i .1 : o f i : .lamps raripv. airs, jimuii hukucs,! . . mtnu
tion ana ue appro juxut:iy . ; - - r jlslmy KLuauuuiu
S C alumni in this county will be rs. kjiuat jueinumii, iwhj poitotftc BuUdintf, Fwdtetoa, or.
arranged by him. . j and Adrian Bechdolt.
First job given Barratt in tl ! f M 1 1 i i M t II I M t II 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 U M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 II M .
connection is to assist in a state-,
wide campaign to increase the paid ( E
fUrk. tvpi-t ami ffTWirr phr-K-.rmT
.r hv nny f tit"
j. iiir MtjS f i .tifi' Hti-.ii, "Twi 4-6 -r
ill int,rtj-i,t in thi vt'i
aiiitoufu .-mf nt. Vrkn, typists J
slfini.,im''t ar vttRiiy uup'-rlant l.
any busings. That's why U army
pi.t If. -- rU.-itirati.'ns hiuh on
tltfir rwjmrpd lift. ;. p pi"f:nt
work ran tx? ymra if yu are qiahfiM
lo 44-f'pt on f tri1 riiiistmfnt op
portunities. FW!m- titiwii." yur prub-U-ma
with y.mr neurit army recruit
membership in the alumni associa-1
tion. Lynn P. Sabin, Portland in-
surance executive, is general chair- s
president of Aloha Lambda Delta man nf tho ramoaien which is to
sophomore scholastic honor society' 1 be conducted intensively between ( s t
FIXING UP the HOME
CHEST UNDER WINDOW
ON'E of the charms of old houses
is the bay windows found in
them and the window seats that
provide a view of the outdoors in
sunny or rainy weather and a place
to sit alone with one's thoughts.
The small size of the average
mo'lern house or apartment makes
a bay window impossible but the
space below a window may be used
advantageously to capture some of
the charm of the houses of the last
century. A cedar hope chest ve
neered in woods to harmonize with
the other furnishings of your room,
may be banked with pillows or
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible school, 9:45; Chas. W. Bar
low, superintendent; Mrs. Joe Jew
ett, junior superintendent; Mrs.
Robert Walker, primary superintendent.
Morning worship, 11; communion
and preaching; sermon topic, "Life
Adult Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.
m.; topic, "Using Illustrations in
Evening evangelistic service, 7:30!
sirmon topic, "The Restoration We
Choir practice Thursday at 7.
Mid-week service Thursday eve
ning at 8.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Church school, 9:45 a.m.
YP.F. Bible study, 10a.m.
Morning prayer, 11a.m.
Wednesdays, Holy Communion,
topped with a colorful cushion to
become a window seat. Thus, you
will moke use of space that would
otherwise be wasted. And, in ad
dition to the beauty and extra seat
ing space given your living room,
you will have increased storage
space of the best possible kind for
your woolens and furs.
The rich fragrance of red cedar
wood is the best of all weapons
against the menace of moth dam
age. The aroma, so pleasant to
human beings, paralyzes moth
larvae so that they are unable to
eat Consequently they starve to
death leaving fine fabrics and fur
untouched. The airtight construc
tion of the modern cedar hops
chest is a guarantee against dam
age from dust as well,
iiv ,,x,nl)is from ihp nnp hereof.
Dated and first published this 24th
day of Octuber, 1946.
A1AHI -1 Yt w tv.
Attorney for Administratrix,
V. W. MAHUJNLI,
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
Rev. Francis McCormack, Pastor
Schedule of services:
Heppner: Mass at 9 a.m. on first
and third Sundays; 10:30 on the
second and fourth Sundays.
lone: Mass at 10:30 on the first
and third Sundays: 9 a.m. on the
second and fourth Sundays.
On the fifth Sunday of the month
one mass in Heppner at 9 a.m.
Holy Days of Obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30; lone at 9.
First Fridays of the month: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STAlls Of uiiBUUN run uma-
In the Mattor of Hie Guardianship of
the estate ot Altha uarKm, an in
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
from and after the 22nd day of No
vember. 1946. at the law office ot
Lewis ft Wells, Title Insurance Build'
ppoHUion. Umatilla County, Ore
Kon the umlerslRiied, as guardian of
..(,! of Altha Larkln. an insane
(wrson, wll proceed to sell at private
sale, all the right, title and Interest
,t the said ward in and to the follow
ing described real pmueui, , "
An unoiviueu unc-ni... v. , -
tcrest In and to the Southwest
Ounrter ot Section 22 in Township
One (1) North, Range 25 East of
Willamette iHoriuiiin. i
An undivided one-sixth Interest "l
ami to lot Five (6), Block Eighteen
(IK) In the original Town of Lex-
Fald real property will be sod In
."narceT ' d'ellvery "ul title being by
.lln'.'?' of October. 194
M. A. UiACH. Ounrdlun.
LEWIS A W ; nicy
Guardian, i mo Qo-t
NOTICE OF SALE OF COOHTT
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated Octo
ber 8, 1946, I am authorized and directed-to
advertise and sell at pub
lic auction at not less than the min
imum price herein set forth:
Lot 6 In Block 2. Ayers' second
Addition to the City of Heppner
tor il".? minimum price ot $25.00,
THEREFORE. I wll on the 9th
Jay of November. 1946 at the hour
f 10:00 a. m.. at the front door
the Court House In Heppner, Ore
gon, sell said property to the high
est and best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff, Morrow County. Oregon
By FRANCES MITCHELL
following doscrlbed real
tltla to the
w-,,., -J,"i" a ,A 11
Lots I, 3, 8, , D, 0, (, o, V, iv,
and 12 In Block 82 In the town ot
Irrlgon, Morrow County, Oregon,
nrf tluintiffii hm adiudaed the own'
ers In let itmplt of said real property
(,nPnl,u (riven that the tin
derslgned has been duly appointed by
the County Court of Morrow County.
State of Oregon. Administratrix of t lie
all persons having claims against the
r iWmiscd are here-
by reqil red to privenv "" """""'
,K oy law to te sald , Admlnls-
ul Hnnnnpr, Oregon, within
The Heppnar Gazette, established
March 3d, 1883. The Heppnet
Times, nBtabllshed November lo
1891. Consolidated Feb. 15, law
Published tvery Thursday nd en
t.rt at tha Post Office at Hepp-
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O. O. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Editor
J. Palmer Sorlien, Pastor
Morning worship and sermon, 11 a
Sunday church school, 9:45 a.
Thursday mid-week devotions,
8 n. m.
W. S. C. 5. meets tile tirst wea-
nesday of the month.
39 SW Dorion Avenue
WED., THURS., .
OVER 200 FAMOUS
ON SALE AT
2 FOR THE 3
PRICE OF I
Humphreys Drug Co.
New Bus Schedule - Gray Rock Lines
Effective Nov. 4, 1946
FOSSIL BUS SCHEDULE
Lv. Fossil 10:30 A.M.
Lv. Mayville 10:42 AJW.
Ar. Condon .. .11:10 A.M.
Lv. Condon ....11:25 A.M.
Lv. Olex 12:10 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 12:30 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 12:45 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 2:10 PJW.
Ar. Fossil 7:00 P.M.
Ar. Mayville 6:49 P. M.
Lv. Condon .. 6:20 P. M.
Ar. Condon .... 6:05 P.M.
Lv. Olex 5:15 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 4:55 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 4:35 P.M.
Lv. The Dalies 3:10 P.M.
Lv. Kinzua 7:45 AM., Ar. 7:40 A JVI. (On CaU)
Lv. Heppner 10:30 A.M.
Lv. Lexington 10:45 A JVI.
Lv. lone ...11:00 AJW.
Ar. Arlington 12:25 P. M.
Lv. Arlington 12:45 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 2:10 P.M.
Ar. Heppner 6:45 P.M.
Lv. Lexington 6:30 P.M.
Lv. lone - 6:15 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 4:50 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 4:35 P.M.
Lv. The Dalles 3:15 P. M.
Owned and Operated by A. L. BRITT
1 HEPPNER POST NO.87
the American Legion
cordially invites all Morrow
County veterans to their
Annual Buck-Burger Feed
to be held at the
Odd Fellows Hall in Heppner
6:30P.M.onNov 11. j
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