Served by the United Press BIYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOMEEDFHON YOU XXIX—NO. }60 Blythcville Dally News. Ulylhevllle Herald. m VTIIPVII i V M*w \VC\Q wrnvr^u \ v ciM>Ti^%m-i> ,-,. ,,v>«~ Mississippi Valley Leader. Blvtlievllle Courier. BUT iU'.Vll.l.h, ARKANSAS, \\ I'.DMvSDA'l, SKI'1 KMUKlt 21, 1!W2 AL CAPONE RENEWS SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS FOR FREEDOM U RUEUE IS WISCONSIN VOTE Heavy Shift to Democratic Primary a Factor; Drys Win in New York. By United Press An overturn by regular Republicans at Die powerful Lal-'ollctt: organization In Wisconsin, and a yroup of dry victories in New York loday featured returns from the last slate primaries before the presidential election. Gov. LaPollette ana Senator Blaime, both seeking renojiilna- tlon. in Republican primary cou- tcsls In Wisconsin, were [railing their regular opponents. Other LaFcHcltc organization candidates were also lagging. In New York at least three dry Republican congressmen apparently had witlis'-cod wet opj>oslt!on. Substantial leads were held by most organization candidates in both Republican and Democratic contests. The remaining primary was held in Massachusetts. Lt. Gov. Youngman led for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. Governor Ely was unopposed for the Democratic nomination. Millionaire s Victor MILWAUKEE. Wis., Sept. 21 (U P)--Mounting returns nddcd today to the story oi how Wisconsin Republicans rejected a LaFollette for public otfice for the first time In 32 years in Tuesday's primary, returned a millionaire industrialist to leadership of the slate ticket, and gave the party's liberal wing setbacks all along the line. • . - "-Flsnres also • indicated desertion cf the Republican party by thous- —ancts iron * back to the Democratic party by a feeling of optimism unparalleled In years. This large ililCtim; of votes was blamed in progressive circles for their ae feat. Om. Phillip p. LaFcllctte, younger son rl the late Senator Robert M. ""Fighting BoV' LaFollette, was, defeated fcr rencminalion by for nier governor Walter J. Kohlcr wealthy plumbing fixtures innnu factnrcr. New York Flrjs Win ALBANY. N. Y., Sept. 21 (UP) Four dry Republican coneressmei who failed to heed the party iraibmlsslcn prohibition plank- p'il ed up majorities over wet oppjn nils today in state primary re turns. Belated reports from outlyin. precincts served in most instance to build u(j_ the dry victory. A fifth congressman. Rep. Join D. Clark of the 34th dislric a moderate dry, \voii from hi nbsDhile prohibition opponent, Leoi U. Slcenberg. Arm mslontctl While Floating WEBSTER. Mass. (UP)— Gcor,; R. Clark, of West Thompson, rlls located his arm while floating o Wtbsv.T Lake. New York Cot (on NEW YORK, Sept. 21 (UP) Collon closed sleady. open high 091 107 Jim 715 March Mas- Oct Dec July 724 735 •HG 739 755 162 171 784 792 low 690 757 713 723 735 745 clcs 737 748 75C 765 78 79 S)»ts clcreri quiet at 750, up o Crashes Movies at Sweet 16 Take Depression for a Ride Charge Pretty Wife Killed Retired Navy iVhn i n Their 0/avk Home. GREENVILLE. Mo., Sep!. 21 it) |j)_Mj-s. Edna Williamson], :«. pretty widow of Karl B. Wllllam- som, 54, retired petty olflccr of lh-_. naOy. was lodged In l-.it] here today charged with his minder. Williamson was shot in the chest and shoulders with a shot g,m last Thursday night In his little Ozark mountain IIOIKC r.ear here i iiv\ Uicil Saturday in a Poplar' Bluff hospital. Mrs. Williamson was quoted as j teslifying at the inquest that sue was In the kitchen of Ihur home V:hen she heard a shot in from of Iheir house. She denied ai\> knowledge of who killed her husband. She said she knew of no enemies who mtglit have killed him. Immcdialely after the imiuest she relunied lo their home and remained sccludrd until her arrest today by the sherirr of Wayne county. Tlie prosecuting atlorncy declined lo reveal the nature of the evidence upon which he swurc out first degree murder charges against her. Before Williamsom died he called officers lo his bedside and pleaded with them not to blame his Viifc for the shooting. "Dcn't. blame the girl. 1 am to blame," he said. He refused ID say who sliot him. Williamsom, during his scmce in the navy, was a member ol the navy Olympic rifie team. Cc'.irt Giants Writ Prohibit IIHJ New York Mayoral Klcclion This Year. but dimpled Phyllis has crashed the movies. Here you set; Fer perched prettily in a tabie in the Los Angeles court - 'oom whcie her film contract was ' approved. i. I P. IE DFOSCEOUDIES Hold Services This Afternoon for Wife of Well Negro Rooming House Proprietor Is Fined Lizzie Hcol:c, proprietor of the •'Red Onion", negro roomily; hcnse jn South Broadway, was ccn- vlclccl on a charge ot illegal pt5sc. l sion of licjuor by Jud^e C A: " Cunningham in municipal conn Tuesday afternoon. She was assessed a fine of $11)0 which she nppc'ale:! to circuit court. I'olico Officers Oscar Elllolt anu Herb Thompson, who raided the iocming house, testified to Ihe finding of. 1 a half gallon of liquor in an outhouse. Empty bottles were also in evidence al the .-lace, they said. Three men were fined $10 each or public drunkenness. bamKyagou (hat the farmers of Qoldsboro, C., rigged up when they started tor a county rcdco recently. The armers said they were too broke to buy gas for their cars, so they turned them into home-built carls that carried In the parade a few hoots for Hoover. Tips/End Girls' Spendmir, Spree Known Farmer. ' ottttn NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 21 (UP) — Cotlnn closed steady. OSCJEOLA, Ark.. Sept 21.—Funeral services are being condncEed here this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the First Baptist church for Mrs. Birdie Holt Hale, wifs 3f W. P. Hale jr.. well tnoivn Osccola farmer, who died at her home hers at -1 o'clock this morning, followiti:; a long illness. licv. C. E. Welch, pastor o! the church, is conducting the -service. TSc remains will bs taken to Litt!e Rock for burial tomorrow. Mrs. Hale was the- only daughter of the late Mr. and Mr?. P. P. Holt of Little Hock. She was born in Nashville. Ark., October 16. 1883. wns educated at Galloway Woman's college, Searcy. Ark., and at Ouachita collcg'e. Arkadelphla. She was married on June 15. 1905 lo W. P. Hale jr., ot Osccoln nnd lias since that time marie her horn. licre. She is survived by her husband and two sons, Powell ar.d Holt Hab both of Osceola. Oct Dcc Jan March MW Jui >' open "693 707 710 7 20 731 740 liigh 7« 153 159 10B 781 700 low 693 705 710 1V9 731 740 close 738 152 159 - t y) 781 7W City Council of Newport Turns Down Rate Offer NEWPORT. Ark—By a major.' vole Hie city council has declined lo accept a proposed ad- iiiptmcnt. submitted by, the Arkansas Power- and IJ^ht company, thinugh its eencral manager, Frank M. Wilkes of Pine Bluff, he vale dispute lhal began here several months ago. According to the adjustment proposal, only Ihe smaller and the larger consumers would derive te!!ef. This arrangement woult not meet with the approval of the average consumer, the coiinci iecidecl in rejecting the proposal. The attorney for 072 signers of petition, demanding lower rates rged the council to employ engineer to make a survey of the city system to ascertain the ad visibility of installing a munlclpa plant. W. .G. Hanev Convicted o 1 Carrying Gun, Freed of Impersonating Officer. W. O. Hancy. Democratic nominee for constable of Ncal town- ' ;hip. was fined S50 on n charge ] if carrying a concealed wcap.in i!'d cleared cf a charge of impcr- 'onathvr an olTiccr hy Judse C. V Cunningham in municipal court cstcrday aftcrncon. Hancy stcod trial a number ol lays ago atler the case had Ixen icntinucd several times but the ourt reserved decision until yos- erday. John Shipu, accused of bstructiiig an officer in ]>crlorai- ance cf his duty, hi connccllc-n villi the Hancy cnsn. was acmiil- ed. The cnarges against nancy and Bhlpp resulted from n run-in Between llnney ami Bill UisimiV.es. Lcachviile town marshal and one of the defeated candidates for :onstabic cf Neal township. The louble cccurrcd three days In--] fore Ihe Democratic primary • i Haney and Misumkes chi.'-h- - cd over their aulhoiily to arresl • Frank Minirelh, visitor In Leach-1 ville. Hancy claimed lo be act- .ng under his authority as a deputy sheriff. The limits of h'.s :ommission by the sheriff were' never clearly defined although Sheiifl Shaver testified that lie !md been commissioned to help Deputy Jcc Hauls clean tip liqaor , opots closed steady at 138, up 57. Closing Sloe* A. T. and T Anaconda Copper 116 1-2 14 3-4 ..... Auburn ........... 58 1-2 Caterpillar Tractor'.'.'!"' 11 3-4 Chrjsler ............... ' lfl j_ 8 Giles Service ........ .! 43,, Ccca Cola ........ ."_" 103 ].. Continental Raking .... c 3-. General Electric ...... 20 1-4 General Motors ____ 18 3-8 Mlddlewest Utilities .'.'.. 1.2 Montgomery Ward ...... H 7-8 New York Central ...... 29 7-8 Say R. F. C. Loans Will Put Money Back at Work WASHINGTON, Sep!. 21 (UP)— Loans made by the Reconstruction Finance corporation on selMlqui- datin; and construction projects, '0 agriculture, ar.d lo st»tcs to relieve distress are e\i>eclcd to put several hundred thousand men back to work by Christmas, officials cf the corporation said today. Memphis Deputy Shot by Unidentified Man NKW YORK, Sept. 31 lUl'I -'I'M 1 . 1 lioi:u of JiniH'S J. Walkor, ii'.sigiuil uuiyor of New Yi.rk. !o ii:n fo]' if-fkctiun In November on n vlndl'.ati'.'ti plalfoim. fol- lai'.scd (uduy. Supreme co'.:rl Justice John E. YiKicchan rnidficil a decision I.I.Klliii; I hi 1 ijliius of' Walker, 'n vlii:-!i In. 1 was believed to have il'.-.' supruiyi. ot Tumuiany' Hull, ant! c.'tuMlshlng his successor, .lc:u|)h .M ( .Kcc-. In the mayor's of- tliT until December 111, 19J3 MiCU-ehnn urantiHl n writ pro- hllillln..; the board of elections frcm holding an election In November. At/ the same time he denied nn application of Hie Tammany law committee for a writ lo compel the Ijoard to hold the MiO;t'h:in's decision will l:e ap- pi'iilcd. The appeal must lie de- :::dr(l before Otlcbt-r IS. the last sl.ilc for Illhi!! tor the NovcinlKr clctllon. Ths (iecl.sion was far reaching. It strcngihi'iic'd MclCce. H wrak- nipil the Tammany cause If Hie hnll persists in ils plnn.to support. Walker, most iX'HUcn] ob- vcners Li'lleved. They also said that thi.' longer Walker was forced to wail (o seek vindication at Ihe polls, the less chncac ho has c winning. Walker resigned while on trla before Franklin D. Roosevelt whon ,-,rj said V.MS nut nivhiB him (air Mill. . McGci'han':; decision wns 10113 ami . Ecli.-.brly. .He announced .niiuly Ihnf he had' worked-until ! A. M. willini: it. Cotton Up Over $2.50 NKW VOKK, Sept. -a. (Ul>>— j A M'li.Tillonal advance in stocks anil icporls of hard In easl?rn pails of Hie cotton boll sent waves ut buy- j Itifl orders Into Ihe collcn maikel lodiiy nnd prices advanced inoi'j than imi'-lmlf cent a |ioimd. Trade demand and Wall .Mreot buying were heavy us a result of tlic rlw In .slocks Mill grains. Tile spurt 111 colton B.iln;d Hi i- niciHmn us iT|»rU> of a larue business In Ihe Worth street oltun gouds market were revived iinmiil Ihe rlii«. Hctlge selling that has been inuring Into Hit; markel a'.I week mini! lo ulmosl n coiuplelc stop. The cotton market displayed 11 sold out condition and stop loss orders of shorts were uncovered on Ihe advance. Selling from N;w Orleans and profit laklni; sales were readily absorbed. ACTION DRUGS Cigaret Stub Stops County Fair Show ST. HELENS, Ore. tUP)—An ac cidentally dropped cigaret stub was! Instrumental in curtailing the feature of the Kildcbrsvrid shoa'S ditrin; the Columbia County Fair. Thr; stub lell into the box whlcn contained John Olson, buried "alive" after being hypnotized. Olson was removed from his "grave" and brought otit of the i trance bcfcre the fire gained headway. :aw violations and traffic in the Lcachviile section. Haney appealed to circuit, court from Judge Cunningham's dccis- on and was released on his own rccognbar.cc. Tailor Becomes Successful Apple Grower ABILENE. Tex. (UP)—Custom- !crs laughed when J. L. Moore laid Says Roosevelt Vote Will Be "Anti-Hoover" With SUMO she picked up In her father's tank in Germanlown. Wis. x Mac Bniss. 12, bslow, and tor chum Paulir.e Dunst. 15. above, both cf Ceclarburg, Wis., w.^nt en a two- weeks' spending spree while pDllc: sought. t!:em as kidnaped. Fivc-dol- ar tips lo taxi drivers »3rc the- iris' undoing when cabman ic"^ p^ice to their fashionable .ipnrtmenl u St. I/ouK They admitted havin? pent S656 bnyhiv". clothes and candy, travelin? and :,;opi>lug a'. luxurious lulels. Will Compete for State Radio Voice Honors al Hoi Springs Later. Miss Carolyn Haley, sinking Hi; solo "Seicmila." by Touch. In Iht Italian IOIIRIIC. won the district Al- walcr Kent niidiiian contest al P.ir- agould. Willie" Trolcr won serene honors in the male voices. By having won the district honor Miss Haley will compel; in the slnte contest In Hot Springs later In the [all. The winner ol this contest goes (o the stale dlslrict contest antt Ihese winners lo the national contest. Substantial priws are Riven csch year lo winners In Ihr Jorm of casli pri7.cs nnd scholarship. Miss Haley was ncc.'uiionuScri by Miss Kalhmi Orrar nnd Mrs. Trotter played for Mr. Trotter. In Ihe mal- voice contest the udjing was very close. Mr. Trpt- cr and (r:e opponent winning first lace having had to repeat their numboi-s three times before a elision was given. Mrs. George M. Ix-e. Miss Halev's :eacher, went to Paragould with icr nnd others from this clly wcrr Miss Winifred Goodrich and Mrs Myrtle M. Bourland. S. G. Lockiiart Given Appointment ; Hudson Will Re in Active.Charge. ' S. 0. I.ocklmrl has hern mimed liquidating iigenl I;* charge of Ihe Bank of Manila succeeding Eddie H. u,ivld of Ihls city. Raymond Ilud«ni, Manila attorney, :s 'n acllvc charge of collections ut Ihe Manila bunk Lulldiiig. Rumors of the proposed change n receivership at Manila have been current since before the Democratic primary. They were at first denied by Hie banking department but lulcr confirmed ; .n n letter tn Mr. DayiiT; slating lhat Ihe change had decided.upon^ lor-reuum ol omy. . \ '.' ' Mr. Lockharl. vvl'm Is n resident ?f noveruor Parnell's home town, to now rccrlviM 1 for live banks in this tcirllcry. He h In clmrjc M llmiitliitInK the First Stato bank ind the Hank of Osceola, holli it Csccola. the Bank cf Monetlu i.nil Dank of U'liehvllle. In ud- lltlo'n lo the Mtinlln liisUlntlon. Uesldcr. Mr. Locktml and Mr. tiuiEson. a bookkcet>er and n slun- :graplier, employed In connection with the liquidation of Ihe other tanks will also nerve tlie Bunk of Manila, according to reports. Emerges From Atlanta Penitentiary After Six Months Imprisonment. ATLANTA, On.. Sept. 21 (UP) — Il!tt:flis corpus action lo secure Al Cii|'.r,ne'j; release from Allanta fidcnil penitenllnry when he lias si-rvwl lo« than six incntlu of Ion-year senlence was Ijrati'jlil In Udnal c.iurt here today. Jud^c Marvin Underwood set Ihe tlati! for formul hcarlnB for October I'J. Tanned anil Slimmer Capcne appeared In court, nattily unrbcd for n federal prisoner, his lialr not ;:o closely cropped 115 expected, nnd his hands securely handcuffed. To lildc Ills rhaclttcs Caponc managed lo hold his felt hnl over his hands.' H was the llrsl lime Chicago's crslwlillc Public Knemy Nnmlier One had returned lo Ihe rmlstdc v;orld since Idu liicurccriittou lieve last May. He was somewhat sun-tnimed nnd Ills wnislline was notably i.maller. Old l'lt:\. Kcncwcd The liaucns corpus acltoii is similar t:i cue which failed In Chl- cii'ic and failed again In nn application to the supreme court tit Washington—namely the plea that tlie racketeer should escape penalty through application of the statute of limitations. The moment It was known Ca- noiic wan to iippcnr in court spcr- 'n\ cxtros o! Atlanta . newspapers were shot lo the streets and crowds gathered at the . federal building." ... > .tor-,;-.., Mrs. Garner Late Today DF.TKOIT, Tex., Sc'pl.'21 "lUP) — In a little cemeUry at the e;l(;e ol Ihls town vhere rln; lived for many year.;. Mrs. Sarah Jane Garner, mother of John Nance Gar- • tier, was lo be biirlcd late to-lay. 'I'lir- Rl-yeav-oVA pi^ncev \vcminn :liL'il tho]-J]y after nerrii yesterday. At lier bedside in Ihe «'hlte col- =ulnl Ctarncr licme liora were her live children. SCHENECTADY. N. -Y., Sept. 21 tupj—Gov. Franklin D. Rcosevclt will receive a large vote in N'O. vember from persons who want "to get even v.iu\ President Hco- ver". N'orman Thomas, Socialist candidate fcr president, said today. "Yen will be voting for a thing 5011 really do not. wmil and you will de<rrvc what you get," i Thomas si:d. Packard 4 7-8 Radio Corp i fl 3 . 8 Simmons Beds n Standard of N. J 33 3^1 Texas Corp 15 ,_ 8 U. 8. Steel ,.,.,,i,;,,, 45 1-2 MEMPHIS, Sept. 21 IUP)_Dtp-j down his shears, released the uly Sheriff Jim Galloway was! steam P ressi:re . ftn<J declared ho wounded loday by an unidentified man svho fired from behind a tree. Deputy W. H. Key, GMlowny's companion in a county patrol car, fired six Ing awailant. cover. sliols at tht! flee. Oalloway will re- was through running a shop, for preferring living. to ralss tailor apples j f ron Age Optimiitic Over Steel Outlook NEW YORK. Sept. 21. (UP> — i Indications of nicasureaKc improve A year later Mocre, returned lo.mcnt in 11.c iron and slesl iud.is- this city with a suitcase. It con-1 try during the fourth quarter lol tained apples — Golden Delicious, lowing tlie di-'appaintlng Scptemtc Jonathans, King luscious. Davids, red and business were MCH today by Iron Age In 11s weekly trade summaryi Elderly Students Register for School PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Elderly men and women are registering (OT courses In English. Malhcmat- cs and olhcr elementary subjects a the high school of Temple Unl- •.erstty. officials said. 'They are realizing they miss fcecp abreast cf the young collegi du.Ves 10 hold their pasltloi because of the depression," oiv official Mid. "«'.;• Vmind Tl'.rnit> JEANXETrii. Pa. (UP)—A tur nip welgliin; fcvsn and n hal pounds was raised on (he farm o I. G. Welshman, near Jcannette. Wclgliman exhibited tno turnip after William Holtzcr claimed the Claude Faught, Son of Local Merchant, Dies Funeral services were held this iiornhiij for Ctiuidc Fnuglit, n- /cav-o!d son of George Faughl, .ocal inerchnnt, u'ho succumbed it Die family home- on Highway la. east of Blytlicville. yesterday. His death was attributed to ty- phuid fever. The liev. P. Q. Iloric, pnslor of the rirst, Melhotlist church, Dllieiatcd at Ihe services held at Ehnuood cemetery, nhere interment was made. The Cofob Und- trlaking Comjiany was In charge of funeral arrangeinenls. The deceased ir, Euivlved by his widow, his father, two brothers and two sisters. Warm Welcome ior Roosevelt in West PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 21, IUP) —Gov. !-\-anklln D. Rooscvcit \vos welcomed to this city today by thousands of citizens wlio lined the streets along which ills automobile, banked high with roses,' was driven (rom the railroad station Tile gos-ernor, aft?r a parade through'down-town Portland, drove Immediately to Grcsliam, a tpwn nearby, wlurc he spake briefly on agricultural problems lo a gnccl slz- -.\l croacl. Mrs, S. E. Graham, 81, Dies at Son's Home Here Fvnier.il services were conducted Ihls aflcrncon for Mrs. 3. E. Graham, 81. who died at the home of her son. Earl Grnhnm. yesterday morning. Tf:e Rev. p. Q. Rorie pastor of His First McihodM church, officiated at the last ritcf held at tr.e Graham home and burial was made at North Sawbj cemetery. The deceased, who was a native Henry county, Tcnn.. Is survived by thre; EO:IS. Earl Graham, wllb whom she made her home, G. M. Graham of Colorado Springs, Co!., and A. O. Graham of Gllslte, Wyo. T.^e Moss Undertaking company was in charge of arrangements. Use Tear Gas t<\ Quiet Oi! Field Disturbance OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., Sept 21 tUP)—Notional guardsmen enforcing a flint down order at the Oklahoma Cily field wells of the Wilcox Oil and Gas company Reserve Board Reports Hoarders Releasing Cash WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (UP) — Money Is coming out of hoarding in substantial i|iiautities. according to the federal reserve baard. Between July 6 nnd August 3t the first substantial movement in this direction since last March, occurred with $85.000.000 estimated lo have returned lo circulation. The board satd the shift apparently u-as in reflection of the recent subsidence of banking disturbances nnd the improvement slock prices. Pennsylvania Governor ', ' Asks Hoover for Help HARRTSDURG. Pa, Sept. 21 (U Pi—Clov. Gltlcrd Plnchot today sent President Hcoier a second etcsram In two days, this time calllr.? upon the urffWifcit to nakp good In Pennsylvania the .i.aranlee of the chief executive hat nn one shall starve in the United States. Memphis Police Chase Texas Long Horn Steers MEMPHIS, Sep!. 21. (UP)-Pou' long horn Texas steers outwitted a modem police radio piircl today. Seven steers brought tere from the "Running W." ranch in Toxa: as principal actors In tlie rod?o at next week's Mtd-Sotiih fair ra- wild al tho fair grounl-. h"l *V."'" Four hurdled Ihe tenc- rirt 'siviri 1 ]• Jim Bowman by SherL'f's Deputies Jim Bowman has been arrested by sheriff's deputies and Is being ;ir!d ponding further investiga- :ion in connection with several obterles In Osccola and vicinity. OlSiccrs visited Island 31 in the Mississippi river yesterday in search if ether suspects Including the .•Ing leader of a gang cf \vul '(Down thieves. Tha Mississippi :ounly party, headed by Sheriff W. \V. Shaver, was accompanied uy Tennessee officers as most of the Island lies over the Ten- I'.cssec line. WEATHER AI7KANSAS—Parity clcudy torn:! Thuisiiv. Probably n:r;luvo:l i:or;ion and while a fifth broke t'v-> 1055 c;i Uclrcclcr In northwest Thursday. ,1 were forced to use tear gas list turnip-raisin?: hcnors of the dls-i night to dlsi>erse a crowd of em- trict with a product weighing six jplnjos. IKiimds, : I One man was Injured top rail. He was shot. A radio-directed )"-nt ••..= ••• H rained .05 Inch here yesterday progress for several miles surround-1 *'""> a maximum timporature of ing the fairgrounds today. Milt ^ dJsrees and a minimum of 65 • Henkel, manager of the rodeo. Is- drsrws. cloudy. .-Today a y;nr MO sued a warning through the news-i lllc maximum temperature wa; M papers against outsiders attempting; ciegrjw and the minimum 74 d;to Rppr«h«xJ th« st«ni, I Brees, clear.
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