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February 21, 1930

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A Li-l.it A "J-, X u U U . Adam Wilkinson, Frick Veteran, Dies At Mount: Pleasant WASHINGTON'S EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE Spf-.ctal tn Tin Oour'er. M O P N T I'ljKASA.Vr, Krb. H l . - A d a n W i l k i n s o n , 7ii years o l d last O c t r her, died at his h u m e in I',a.st V i n e f t r c " v l .vestal-day a t n , o i t a f t e r a n i l l n\s:- of f h r r p m o u t h s (if h e a r t t r o u b l e . M ·. W i l k i n s o n has leen employed by the H. C. Kric.k Coke C o m p a n y since ISSfi u n t i l Hi years H.UO w h e n ho wa ; pen ioned off on a c c o u n t of his .hart c o n d i t i o n . He was ;·. m e m b e r of the 1'ivi'tMl P r e s b y t e r i a n C h u r c h . .lie Is s u r v i v e d b y h i s w i f e a n d t w o d a u g h - lerv. Mis* K d i t h i f . W i l k i n s o n , a i c a t her in P i t t s b u r g , a n d Miv. C a u l ,1. f!yorf! of Ktift'sdale mid a son, A d u m . Jr.. of K l a m a t h , Ore. Tho fiine-i-il MM-vires w i l l be buhl ;il t h e homo itt L':S«i o'clock .Monday a f t e r n o o n , h i t e r m e n t w i l l follow i n t h o Mount, Flotsam Cemetery. . To Aid Underprivileged. AI tho wec-ldy dlnn.M: of the K i w a u i . s Clit;i at tho Bank Building; last cve- nhr? Dr. I. A. W a l L o v and .fost-ph Xvt'iiiu were in c h a r g e . Tho u n d e r privr lodged c h i l d win t h o r o u g h l y dl.s- c u s y w t . It was d e c i d e d that at n e x t irwling. M n r c h 7, c l o t h i n g and shoes w i l l be brought by t.ho men to be dist r i l ' U t d to t h e u n d i rpi-lvelegtsl child r e n . Next wcc-k th-" Mount. I ' l o a w a n t r l u r w i l l join i n w i t l i t h o hatrobo c l u b l i n e i ho ni-ct.Siif: w i l l bo h r l t l at l.a- i r o . i r . · At I.ho regular w e e k l y l u n c h e o n of r l i r Rotary C l i t b h e l d a t t h e N a t i o n a l Ho el yesterday at tiuoit, W i l l i a m it. ( · r i O i u «avp. a n e x c t l - o n t t a l k o n the b y - l a w n of r o t a r y , f o l l o w i n g up his las', wwk's I n l k on t h e Rotary consti- t u t ' o n . N e x t T h u i - s l a y the c l u b will h w r A r t h u r M c A r l h ir of Chicago. Htil Ujiht System. ' At a m-ecting of cotnu-il )i«lil last cvi'iiini; tho police - o n i m i t t e o recom- m e n d e d t h o f o l l o w i n g l i g h t s I n t h e r e d llg.it .system t h a t is to be Insta/liMl to m a k e ttu^ poli-c s e r v i c e more eflici-ent: At Kaglo .street, Cl u r c h .street, Dia- mctul street, l l i t c h n m n street, a n d the street car t e r m i n a l . Tin- phone a n d s w i t c h e s arc to bo p l a c e d in e i t h e r the M o u n t P t a s u u t Ico c o m p a n y p l a n t , or (ho Oiiiens VVaU'r C o m p a n y P u m p ho iso. it was d e c i d e d lo i n s t a l l tho syi.ic-m, w h i c h it. is tliotight w i l l cost a|v.iroxi,ma-tely $200.. i hi- (ire lepurt.meiit. aakcd council If it w o u l d b n i U I a .small place ut thu ^ i-c;ir of t.ho borough building to house i t i n - ohl r e l i c tire t r u c k and the carnival equipment. A bid showi? that the bu.ldin;^ may bo b u i l l for J2S7.02. Tho. niii.tter was referred to t.ho properly co-umiltec to r c p o r l at the next regular mooting. The c h a i r m a n of the tstreot comm i t t e e has boon asked so get in touch w i t h Vincent Sois^o.i of the West I-'enn Corn p u n y end ask t.ial. the \Vc«t Pen;', poles, be. changed iu front of tin; high The titveet in f r o n t of t.ho C.eorge v a r i e t y store is to ·« repaired. The m U t e r of a p e t i t i o n uKiiiiuit tlnv higlH'r «,i|i.i' rates ur a h e a r i n g to the e i U - j /.ens on the w a t e r riueKtiou wa.i not j b r o u g h t up at last, nlRhtVi meeting. AI Jhc Hospital. Lyle M o r r i s who has a c a r b u n c l e on t i n * ba-.k of his neck, was admitted to t h e M e m o r i a l Hosjiitel f o r t r e a t m e n t y i t t e n l a y . Sir. Morris w a llnomaii f o r the Western U n i o n . "Old .Unit's' Ten f'urlj." The Fortnight.y Munic Club held a mort enjoyable luectins ir ..the I n a t i l u t o oa '1'uesdfty evening. Mix;. C. A. Taompson [tUiycr! i piauo solo. Mr-s, H;imue! "\Var!eu guvc a history of the "filar SpaiiKle.J Ik nner." Mrs. .lohn Until tokl'tif the 1U-) of Belr.y Rosb and j A'.-ivo the history oi the tiriit Flag. j By txMjucrst "TlR Old Maids' Toa J ' i r t y " given UtHt ;,-c«r was repeated,] w i t h Mrs. Samuel .V. Warden as host- ·.,». Mr.s. H o w a r d i-"toner. l\lrs. Thomas .hniet; and Mrs. M. W. Homer a-5 the x u e a t s at the tea party. D u r i n g tha ( i - i r f y Mrs. Thoinui. Jonos ente.-taiin.'U' v, i t h an accordian solo; M r s . ' M . \V noi-nc-r sang "The Old Maids' Ton. j I ' a r t y " imil it* an encore the q u u r t e t ! sang "No One to ',ove." The s U t t e l y ' j u l u u c t was danced by thu four ami ] .Vrs. JOIICH closed tlic program w i t h j t)i(: h i g h l a n d tlin^. At the clcc-:t toa. j u ml cakes were HO -vcl. ; In hi8 allrcv« on (!oor; o Washington, df liverod b e f o r e the K i w a n w C l u b at its meeting on AVcdm «d:ty, Rev. Or. George \V. f t t u i k n e r litUi emphasis u p o n the First. Pro-ident's anUicelents and eqnipmcn t w h i c h flt- tMl l i i m no c t p u n d l d l y lo : e-rve 'tti-i tilt.- Fi:\-it. ("itixen of t h e n e w U e p n b l i e be assisted in f o r m i n g on i l n free soil of A m e r i c a . Dr. B n c k n e r sa d in p a r t : " I n every d i r e c t i o n , in \vhik'V«r he liil in l i f e and in his over;- e x p e r i e n c e , W a s h i n g t o n pave i n d i i ' i r i o n s of ii:? b p l e i u l i d e r i n i p m e n t f o r t h a service h e pi-irforniud, Ai a pener; 1 ami a« a s t a e s n t a n he Inul no y t i p o r i o r in the c o u n t r y . l l e ' t i t ' t . i.n es i m p i o «s a p a t r i o t i c ciii/.en w h i c h i tit ill efl'ee- tive. It was not an ;u:ci lent, t h a t he was the k i n d of a man 1--.; was. He vvas i f 11 rititocrittic b i r t h oiul l i n e a g e , but not in the otTerriive en.'-e." Dr. l i n c k n e r r e l a t e d hi: experience!; in viviltiitK t h e liorne of A'anhiugfo'n's anceston-; i n E n g l a n d w h e r e h i : : m e m o r y i* revered and hi. «cco!-plfeh- mentii n e v e r i - l i f t h t i n g l y r e f e r r w l to. He said one of th-e flues 1 tributes to h:^ character he found In a little kn-nwn bonk w r i t t e n by u n (Englishman which h? saw .[n t h home of an liiifi-iishman w i t h whom he visited, "It is entirely possible for our city to iiotior the f'Mag," caid Dr. Bueknor "to ehserve T h a r i k s g i v i n ; Day anl \\''isliinyton's Mrih/loy. hut wp art? a p t to no a w a y after 1 ' such celebration;; and forget, w h a t it wan a 1 alxnit. I n stead of t u r n i n g l-o \V«r ilni;ton as a f r u i t f u l source of our i i s p i r a t i o n in all t h i n g s ( h a t have lo do w i t h tho development of our country, wo too o f t e n f a i l lo remember Hint his lito ;i;icl c.haractpr htivo been m i g h t y in- flueucci'-i fo'r ('.ood. "As o s t a t e e m a n VVashlngtou lived up io a l l hits obligations. As a hus- b a n d he was g a l l a n t , f a i t h f u l and do votnd. Me vsas not. fmind w a n t i n g in ·:\ -;in.slo i n s t a n c e in- the dirichargn of Ills lulieci us a c i t i z e n . We arc f u l l y J u s t i f i e d in sjicaklrig of him as 'flnU in war. IIrut In peace, and first hij the hcarl.s of hiis c o u n t r y r n o n . ' " C o m m e n t i n g on the efforts of R u p e r t Miiifhfti. I h e w r i t e r , to iitttsmpl to I " h u m a n i z e V.'ts:hlngton," Dr. B u c l u i o r ' naid lie b c l i o v e d liiin to be s i n c e r e and a n a d m i r e r - f N V u H h i n g t o n , b u t lie h a d I gono «o far atlold in his e m p h a s i s to p o r t r a y the iieruoimllly of Wsifihington that. ho.subn,iti.ed himself to attack in h a v i n g f o r g o t t e n the m a n y qualities and services by w h i c h Washington had hefln eudoari'd to his c o u n t r y m e n . "We- in America never have had a man In p u b l i c life who possessed t h e poiijc. self-cornmnn-d and Biirfe Control W a d h i n g t o n rtteplayed u p o n all oc- caelons. In his retirement at the end of) his eecomi t e r m to the q u i e t life of a country gentleman at. M o u n t Vernon, Washington established a precedent w h i c h has ail the v i r t u e of an a m e n d - m e n t to the Constitution, !hal: a Presi- d e n t fhnll r.ot serve a t h i r d t e r m . A V h a t G r a n t sought and failed to rc- ceivr, Washington of hl« own choice r e f r a i n e d f r o m ' seeking, a l t h o u g h "he rni'iln have served as PresMie-nt as long as ho iyed." Senate Leaders Resent Failure of President To Consult With Them ® i!y CAUL H. MA ,LON' I ' n i i e i i Press Staff (.'01 respondent. WASKINGTO.N, K « b . 21. -- Republican leaders in the- Si n i u e are resent-- f i t ! over President Hoc- er's frequent Failures to consult t h f m reerarclltig ai- ]iointnunt.4 to p u b l i c oil ce. A U h o u ^ h I'rt'sifients i s u a l l y iulvi.Mo on p a t r o n a g e n u i t t c f K with Senate j i i i r t y letniers, Mr. Hoove · has nol con- i i n l t f c i sonio of t h e m \v! i were int«r- esteil in i m p o i t a n t re-c nt solections, it WHS learned today. Tho i n s i d e utory of r^ cut. major ap- pointmcnbi, i u c l u c l i n p 1 tl at of Charles ICvans Ilngh-ea to bo CM of Justice of t h e United Stale's, wti.i f hl the UniUn! I'ress today Ijy eredUiih! · uuthoriliciv. It was h»ss t h a n I I ? o r i l n u t f V i lfrfort- the Hngh«!H nppolntme it was announced at. tho White Houro lhat u K D p n b l i c a n lendm* rei-(;i ed knowledge 1 of it.. T h i s itiniie hy i.e! phone from a W h i t e llonfte a,ttwfrhi, wl o sir.d: "We are auoutuvin.s tl" appoint men i and i sti|ipose it w i l l i» all right with yon." The .swiftness of I he .selection and the f a i l u r e to n o n s u i t . H - t p u l i l l c a u senators preientod hire t'r m Ktiggestinj.; the nanie.s of proinim it j u r i s t s in their hom-e states. Will congressional t'lect'ions coming on in November and several Ilepiiblie-aii sei.atora facing very stiff lightK thl.s op]- irtr.nil.y ·woulil have e n a b l e d t h e m to strengthen their political positions' at hfrne, even it' tho I'rivsirlent intended I i select Mr. Hiift-lics. A WEEK WITHIN WHICH TO SECURE DRIVER:;' LICENSE 'Sons of Jackasses' With n list of 200 members the first "Sons of Jackasses" club has .been founded by Robert Freeman, of St. Fr.ul, above. Its purpose is to "bray for fair treatment for the farmer." It takes its name from the epithet which Senator George H. Moses, of New Hamp- ehire, recently hurled at insurgent senate Republicans. · IMPROVED SHEEP GOAL OF EXTENSION PROJECT A woi-k fi'wiii today period within w h i c h a u u t o m o b l l o drivel's'. He:- fileti if escape from I driviiiK witlioi.it a. ,ier uvoifleii. reginnhis Marcli 1 t i i ' i i o w i l l he started !), men to cliei'k u p opt! K a i h i r e lo produce a 1: result iii arrost. l e r m i n a t e s the ;)plic:ations for ii-seK may !)o io poiiaHy for nit is. to . : be an ititcuaivo niolor patrol- ·ators'' . cai'dd, 30 license Will MOUNT PLEASANT IS HOST TO BETHLEHEM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Spcwlal to The Courier. MOUNT Pf^KAS.VNT, Foi. 21. --The niorchitiitH' U i v i s i n i of tho chamber oC c-)f()i!iorr/,' tnilf-Ttiiined 11 of the Jiien!- l.'r^ r thu .NVsv '-ioihlelicm Chamber f (N»nHri;tt nt ;i liiui«r Just cvonlng ut i i«: I ' n i l n l Hrcth"iMi socriul roodw, Mi:vi«l .by tlm La'licH 1 Aid Society ot I :K! c.lsurrh. felovcrri w e r e . U i U I for .fiO. M. ('. Martin w:us chairman o£ the n w t i n « . Ho and M. ..13. Carpenter raid? addn^nis. Al\'ortisi»s miittor oi viirii'itis H o r t M w»i« brought ulong ami \\ i - . - t r i h u t P d unions thir men; hauls. Pvfs-ont from t h » B e t h l e i i c m .-.!ub v ri- A. .M. liophM-. S. C. Heiiler. .M. C, j . M u r H n . Key. I,. 15. Ford, M. L. Harrl.i, \ ( I'arles Kruti-.i'l, I. t'. IleyuoUls, J . : ( ly:.lo M i l l e r , H. AI Xosker, M. K. Car- j I fiiU-r i lid i!. (\ M c H w e u . It is tho j i,o;n ot t!u nu'frii i :ii(Uibcr Io JHIV ! r-t'thl'-lii-in r (jiu trie .-(Kill. f ' i u i w i st'lt-i'tinno utw rduyccl by M i . ·=»"!; ' · ' I v l t i i s itos-;, !r*'ii*''s Pill F H O K X J . X . A r i :., 1' fli. ^ J . - - - J n e Iv I 'Veils. j o i u U y a i u ' i i s e d w i t h Mrs. I r e n e i :· Hn.M'der aiui W. i J l e u n . Daguo. West j ' · " i r t r i i i i S H K . of fa : i ! \ y 'A'ouuiiiaj; Do- ! j i u i v S h f - v i f f I . P I - W r l p h t . yp3ter(i:i. v ' \ , i s !u:!d ·; H U . ^ x f r a lirs: loKr*'r m u r - . i . r ; - c ; ! y v ; f i n s u i o r i n r i (Mil 1 ; f«!|tnv- ; u ?, ,i J t r p i s i i : t l : f v hr:M'\]i^; Til" :a8^ v n i i a \ - h o ^ i i V ' - l i i r n c r t 'o i ' a t m ^ v i - "rfrii;i ;·' H U M K f . " , t ' . i.r k i l l i n g ;i . i f ; i l ' i MEXICO PERMITS RETURN OF NUNS By U.nil in I li'e.ss. M K X I U O CITY, .Fob 21.--Nuiis ex- I)f;lle! d u r i n g the r e l i . i o u s BtriCa iii Mexico will be p e r m i t t e d to. return U) thirt country provided they comply w i t h t h « religious l;nv ,, . -. Announcunvetil of t! e new policy was made by Porl.es ( U, as secretary of ihe interior. Vander bilt '!' d i v i . i i o i i of ( l i o | « i l t t i tin* Now ' Itod.v r i i i n e t i i n o ; ill--Tho W. C. ,'UiiK in«teal of u l a r m o n t h l y was tho anni- VViHerd's b i r l h . oC 'IJaltiuiore, I.U III! .thO Vllr C h u r c l i . I toucher. M iiu- off duty for a 1-C6S. Works I'hu t H i r C H A N A N , -Miiv.J,. Feb. 21.-f-Arlln H. Clark, fi-f. 8 i i p t r i i ; i e u d i i i l of the kx-al water works p h i i i t . was injured and the interim- of ttu p l a n t damaged by a bomb, couceuliji '" a u l o v e r l y df.Hini.RHl piiykuico late 'las! u i f v h t . V A N D K R B I b T , Fob. T. U. t«ot Monday i;v( Thursday tor fhu re sossiou. February 17 vorwary of KrunceH J$. Kov. Thonlu.s \VO)1 Md., lias l)6on .'chosen cancy nt the Christian Miss Mary iieka, loc;i p r n y p d . .She has bee! week, on a c c o u n t of ilJ STATIC COL.LKGE.-Feb. 1U.--Penn- sylvania, ins two distinct typeo of. j sheep husbandry, said W. B. Connell, sheep and wool extension specialist of tlic: Pennsyivanla S':ate Coilege, today. (Ireene..' .Washing-ton fltid. J^ayctte foiintite produce principally flno wool shiiop. wliile tlie rest ct the State has a Irii-ge nuhiber of. v-mali m u t t o n .flocks.'. During recent years tin; satisfactory prices for wool and lamb have b r o u g h t a b o u t A gradual increase in tin; n u m b e r of small (arm flocks and a greater Interest in sheep improve- m e n t . . . . . . CoiiJiell BliatBd. tliat th« problem of the fioulr. owner, is ot a three-fold n a t u r e . · 11 includos better care a.'xl feud, m p r j u n i f o r m i t y in .the rnarkfit lamb, and pirqper preparation of lambs I'tor. market..;.' . . . ' . ' | To aid flQckmasters ot the State in the improvement o.f their busiiiess, tho extension sie-ryice conducts a number of projects. Among these a'r«: wool | g r a d i n g demonstrations, 509,000 pounds o:' ivoo! being handled at 28 of these last year with 3,000 farmers iti attendance; ram associations, in 13 counties; management demonstrations in 9-1 communities last year; ram sales, six ot which sold .138 puro.bre'd sires In 3DS9, and a complete system of breeding, feeding and management nil H9 farms tho past year. ; Phone S8i. Husy People Like Our Prompt J^usJ!iiess Methods. Phono 890. s Moii's Shirts Plain ai id Fast Colored Prints Collar Attached es Sizes 14 to 18 An assortment of '"roit-of-the-liooni, plain white broadcloth* fast, colored prints and madras, and plain colored cheviot. Values t $2.00, reduced to $1.50 for Saturday selling. Repleni; h your supply for Spring and Summer. T r o n f i an's--First Floor, ^ Women's SILK UNDERWEAR $1.95 New crepe de chine underwear ·--gowns, chemise, bloomers, panties and slips--specially priced for Saturday. Every garment is beautifully tailored and shown iEv pastel shades. Make your underwear selectior when tiie stocks are fresh, and new. Newest Spring Dresses $9.95 Flat Crepe Georgetto -- Prints We have plenty of these dresse:. for your selection and all are the favorite models arid colors for Spring. They arc ideal for t h e occasion and are designed and styled after the more expensive dresses, With tho ;apc, short or Jong sleeves, flared skirts, new shades and smart trimmings -- all print more individuality into the dre^s. Trontman'i-- iecoud Floor. Coty's Compacts 78c A special purchase of $1 single compacts in- these luxuriant odeurs: Laiinant, Paris and L'Origan. Troi tman'g--First Floor. The Smart Arch Shoe $5.00. Patent 3-Eyelette Tie With built in steel arch. Combination last and Cuban, leather heel with rubber top ift. We have this moiel in Black and Brown Kidskin. Troihnan's--F!r»t Floor. Hosiery for Spring Occasions «THE PAIB $1.95 Trontman's --HcconI Floor. \ Boys' Wool Knickers SPECIAL $1.24 A .largo .selection'-.- ( f boys' knickers--full lined an 1 in. colors of brown and gre/. Cut ·large and f u l l , and m; de with 2-inch cuff b o t t o m . ' f i ^ears, to 16 years. Troutnuin'.s--Viryt FI tor. George Washingtxm's Birthday NOVELTIES hatchets, to 25c 50c A-'arief-y of cherry trees, figures of George, and colonial hats, each Assorted candies in red, white and blue, Ib All Silk Chiffon Hose Full Fashioned. After you select your Spring frock be sure to complete the e:usemble with the correct hosiery. We will delight in matching your eiisem- ble with this luxurious stocking. Made with sqliare and pointed heels, picot top, and double heels and toes. New complexion shades for Spring. Trouf'inun's--First Floor. dinard Heiross Tract Printer ·^,,-"rrtf » '*{,' v*^ \, 's Donkey Dead.: , PATHS, Feb. 21.--The ok) donkey which'-carried George's Clemonceau Ka« d i o i l , just a few weeks after its famous master. This donkey, which WHO more than 3D yours old at Us death, tormerly pulled the Hnmll cart wliich carried the '"rigi r" about the s m a l l - town ot Beniouville, w h e r e he \v-u3 a council- lor. - · - - - - , : . " ' : the Ucrr.v S'lunl ,\li»' 1 i IKIII UO persfi us a t t e n d e d Hie f o r m a l (U?lii:ntory rt'i ^monies ot (lie D«'rry T m v i i s h i p ' Hi; h School Uist n t t t h t . l r , Itobert . K h a w or tho S l a t e ' D e p a r t m e n t of P u b l i c I n s t r u c - t i o n w a s ihe p r i n o i p a speaker. Ban Ouo-Kycil Drlvors. V 1 K N N A . -Keb. 21.-- lu lwo.c: A u s t r i a n supreiuo court has ai)[)oals iigaihst. the. ruling of t h « Aus- tr'ki'n Mi listry of Commerce that a omveye-d mail c.u'niiol obtain a d r i v e r V ? license, uo mailer liow well b? ca;,i Hi'H w i t h bin good ey« or -how woll liu CM n h a n d l e tiu-automobilo. '. I n i i M H - p m r u ! c x e r e i s - r h u i ' K H i ' - h .School w .1 i M I t - !'. it. u',1;:, all))'.'))!) soln.-t* Is set [or Ma June 11, . 2 1 . -Thf rnui- of dip f i r » c ' i ; s I t b*.r h e ' d o!i ·ft). Thn j u n i o r T· -Tax Ten tsnd (.' nJSHLIN. Feb. ^.l.-- Tlie iiueiuls to hicren«« t a r i f f s on tc-'i mid i'lilTcii iv'rflU'tWlt lo firnilliwi *5.t)UO.()l)0 i:iark« : i i l i l t l l o n a l revenun, provliU'd i of UiotiQ cotumodities not Call of Nancy. Canard, do.iif;hte.r M the famous family of British shipping magnates, works' .busily «t the presses in a Paris printing shop where fiery t.racfcn en BiJri '.aliiMii jare tuvhcd out. Miss Cunard, whow father was Sir Baschi J.!unarv and whose mother was a iiativo of California, has «s'9ousel I !je u]tra.-mo*ieTu r.nuse o.f tho surrealists. ftfepresent Coolidge Districi Attorney William J. Granfield and his three motherless children f r o m 'tvhom, as the tvw Congressman t'ruin the Second District of Massachusetts, he m a y be temporarily separated. Since the death of their mother last f uguat, the children, Eleanor, Billy (left) and Jack i(rig-ht), have received the almost constant personal care ot their lather, despite his .manifold activities, Granfioid. who 5"? ix formeir college athlet · end big league'baseball player, wilj be "th« first Democratic Congressman from «us-district i?i 40 ye»r». WWVMMV^AMW^^ USE OUF; "CLASSY-FIED" ADS--THEY BRING RESULTS - vMVMtaftiMtfwwwflWtfW*^ u««*»»«ri fc ii^n(inftrirvinAfuwAni»irii'niw

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