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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August 23, 19117 5-D UJCT1 GUIMEA Ham- Guineas dudu, chickens,* turkeys. 573-1114. M1UD COAJTAL Baltnj Wttoesoay. Call 422-3(77. 8 '^to 5pm.of4it!-7mailer5pni. DOm.<JUAIL~ Dovei, and Ringneck. Also 2 Heiust'end LOVABLE- Little brtta, , 3»«ks old. biby CockalWs. Clll 41t- MWHVI DMT ¥*•»- Toy soil. (Ill und. fffttet riMilt, *hh> rack, I taut "*«- Male Bca0e and Hound mix. i - rr .... Beautiful, with persuialitfef. MUSI See. tl50 |175. .^.2717 IE PWXJD or YOt/R DOG- Teach him or her obedience tn only ] weeks Danes starting soon at Mall Call 42^ 4014. 42MOO), 328-M53. Kittens NO* OPEN- Bayto«n'sn«isi grooming parlor' BJ 's Grooming 501 Park 42M4J7, i . ARC REGTsFER'ED"^"""Mi n 7auir"« Dachshunds J black and tan 1 red ClllSTS-CT, black i while, short hair Box, framed Call 41T-C642 *U5TRAUAN SHEPHEIUK pupi t «e*k« old, Male. Female: Rejislered. DACHSHUND- ARC Miniature. Mile, black 4 tan, 10 weeks old. •!». Ci« altar 5pm.421-5»a. BARKEN FAftttS- Kresh Peas. Peaches, 4 Tomatoes. MEDIUM TO UttCE SHH1MP- 100 Ibs.. K.I10 per Ib 50 Ibs.. C 25 per Ib 42S- or 420-5625 FRESH SHRIMP DAILY BAY AREA HOME HEALTH 535BAYSHOREDR LA PORTE. TEX AS 77571 1713)471-8443 Medicare/Blue Cro s «- an™- P™-^ t L T|-\t_i L u Mpr. "roviaer Licensed Day shift with few weekends%cTPo™ y Va°y A-ncv'Dvi? so "°7-.**«««*• Full se'rvice Agency. Director needed. NEW CAR SALESPERSONS Needed to sell the hottest pro duct on the US market E« cellent pay plan. Full benefits of fered. Only money motivated salespersons need apply. Call for appt. Charlie Thomas Hyundai. 947-6030 ASK fOf? DON KIRKPA TRICK •ANT TO §UY- Antique furniture. TtfMMPlM!!!. CalUJWHt. WANTED- RepairaMe air conditioners t major appliances. 411-asi. COURTNEY MUVK, M»- HifhUnds. Saturday 1 Sunday.' Hot tub, furniture. 1MO Ford pickup, trombooe. large size men * women's cMhes, k misc. GMSJtAM, 11*- Yard Sale! Monday 4 Tuesday, 7:30 to 1. Lois of clothing and miscellaneous. LOUISE, SMI- Craigmoot Monday j a.m til' Lots of misc.! MA«EY TOUnCWS, m- .37. Yard Sale. Monday t Tuesday. Needle craftefs dream! larger sizes »omens dot»es,etc. MOVING SALE- Everything must go! Furniture. IT ft. boat, exercise equip, ment. bikes, lots of misc. 3K-3362 for info. : PARK LANE, 141*- Mont fielvieu. Mon 4 Tues. to-6. Brick house to be stripped. Central hut unit, carpet, cabinets, attic fans, doors, fixtures, paneling. Coke machine, wasber. some furniture. 576- saa. . SJOtANDER ROAD. 4*1- Behind Jerry's Drive-inn. Thursday and Friday. 4 families Childrens clothes and up. lots of misc. STOWE, iut- Wednesday, Thursday. Friday 4 Saturday Some small sto ne» merchandise: W. CLEVELAND. Ill- Si! urday * Sunday. Miscellaneous items AMWAY PRODUCTS CalJRafpo,<2l-a«. WE AUSEEKING- a special person with |ood communications skills, pwple-grieiitwl, t sell-motivated, to work with pilfeMs in office setting. LVN degree required. No experience necessary. You should tx health oriented in life style. If you are seeking an opjwrtunity to grow * fulfill your potential, we think you will find our quality oriented office an exciting 4 rewarding experience. Please call 422- 35K, Monday, July 27Ui or Tuesday, July WJi. OUSEL MECHANIC- 4-5 yrs. ex perience in diesel. hydraulics. 4 heavy equipment. Must have own hand tools Apply in person, between 845. Aion- Thurs. 120 Tower St. Channelview. 1AYTOWN NISSAN- Has an opening for an experienced used car mechanic. Must have own tools Excellent pay 4 fringe benefits package. Call He'rschel Rowe for appt., 422-8336 BAVTOWN NISSAN- Has an opening for an experienced import car technician. Must have own tools. Liberal fringe benefits package 4 lop commission pay! Call Herschel Rowe for appt. 422-KSS6 RECEimW/ACCOUNTING— Answer phones, typing, light accounting in 3 person office. Computer experience helpful Highlands location. Send resume to: P.O. Box 1165. Highlands. TX 77562. CULT COAST HOSPITAL • PaOeoU Ac- awata naamliii. We orroKly have full and part-time patlenu accouau pMHttM anUatile in our »«. l y«ar operiokw! it t MOttl aA* ttafcfi ataf *i(li «Ucc- ttw ti»ern»c«i aad etctOat emu- wnkadMi ttiUi a btaK. For man to- hnuUn. coouci: Human RtimrcM. *• Cant Itotd, Baybwn. OME5. " >r • r"d«y.»to i EOE M/rm/v. WATHNS PRODUCTS 43-1493 VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR- W »ort la battered »omaa's centtr. Part Ume JO nn' »eri. S*nd resarae !o P 0 j &n 3TS. Bayinwn. TX. 7JSJ jcbui»SELOR/COORi57VAfoR- k'oura*iin)t profrim lor tultere; »otts«i I*, wiiui issiult victims MS» stile cer. Cfln! or equnalcnt. AS4«S31«l', i sipervssor siiih, Send rtsrat To: P 0 BevTSS, Bjylo-s. TX, 7TS2;, RECEPTIONIST- Part-time Type iboui S5 wpm 1 year expenence a must. Call43M4B NIK! D-S CLUB- AccrpUng appH"' t»ns for bartenders, bartadss, Mresses and del jockey. Apply at LEE COLLEGE- ttoci (or pirt tiraf EujtlHS inMrjcton tr.'; . _--__- HA«smjST WA-VTCO- Most have diecteie 6*1 W coniniisiion- 63 possible. Kucjuooal sefflicars i video education provtdeii Commt&ston oo retail silts Stt your o»-n hours. Edward i Co. 41: j«r IDIMCIOR- foT Sa«o»Ti SfceitOTng 'Arms Co!Je|Ee degree required. EiAjround in social related *or* 4 jrourauiEf Salary open Pr«<T.t SJidter jio u» piaxtc Pntparr fricti, Stna to P 0 Boi CO. Bavuwn. OPENING AVAILABLE- for experienced or unexperienced Opticians, Must be fashion conscience with i sales personality. High School education and transportation. Wards Optical is a major company with excellent salary and com mission. Call 421-5523 for appointment. AVON 48-SMI DEPARTMENT MANAGER InternatioDaJ lirro operating leas* departments in major department stores throughout the United States, is currently seeking a mature individual to manage our business in the B«yto»>n area. i ] Qualifications include; ' Outstanding, professionalism " Experience working with public. " Potential to advance into manage-! mem All customers come to you by pre-se! ap- i poimmem. We of/er medical, dental, lifej insurance, credit union, profit sharing,! and paid training program. Qualified in- j dividuals should call: j Monday9a-m.to5pni U1-5TB fOLETS PORTRAIT STUDIO Baytown EOE.'MF 714: Crochet these 'charming pineapple 'lNDUSTRTAT! deS '9 ri trims Of bed- iking applications fcrispread cotton, then spark! MUS. have Texa,i^ sequins. .Directional [for 4 trims included. ENGUSH SPEAKING- Nonsmoking. .'IN Y. residents add sates tax.) Irve-ifl maid needed. References. LOOKLN'G TOR MATURE- cashier.'ltostess. Must have experience cocktail ^ppi y al preaig, west. l«7 N'. Main HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE STUDENTS Pirt time The Houston Post Grcufption Soles Deportment is now offering a unique part time opportunity for fosr learning, motivated individuals with o desire to earn far in excess of minimum wage for his/her time. • Poid Training •Tronsportotion Provided For more information coll 8406738 or 8^0- 6756; | gradual* houn m Eeflua <Jiulif»i ftin's «««. P»n tint .^pm. Send resuiw w Route Salesperson j Taking applxauois for immediate poa-j I tKBi. Call for appt. CT-748C '"llODELS/ACTORS"' Urrf o( AErttrtca'5 iargest conirnercia! j j modeling a(jfcc« is nw actively ev 1 t panning iti acuJ! divtsxin :.*5roogh «jr • ! Socil Houston office. E^ra ro - S1T5 hr ! m Product Print. Ourjctrr Pnr.t. 4 TV So niwren *!.' P.ca! do appl> 4 Cu'-idrw aii4i \ plicatioas no» b«r,j accepted at the l!U. Eij-uwn. U TASWTO rtW»JTruck»aiBB. o%er U yean, female or I irT!^7™^^._>_iL.- „„ „ l tnait Trucli tire- repair. e.Tper^eficrd l jUZ COLLEGE- M icwptinj ipfht*- Ipmaa, cc comraaswo r»i SjoimcJcr; ivpu* >!»nhaad. •«<! precwsuu; aad i £«wnicaJJ} Ouifru&tftt. lfr:i ><-jr, trrtiarttaj tcc«ata>( dsyin| UK 4av lou; Bi;to»r. irti mtorau "cai ; i TV F°I:!XC rrquirw a Eusisnvaa o! : \ y c.A.'. CT'!?*T Monday, August 25th j is «9d!U« a i wort I Vli^TJ * 25 £* «ith If HATATENA-SCE SLTERNTSOR- El Mu* rrirnrrxrs. Asr | Cait; Couture Modeling Agency \rmeasl <mttt. ire d {HaOttA9allt.Bajtna.TX EOK.UM-'F if you're willing to B S RKxsrii -:.rr,.,__ .._.. ; nCTORE FB-VMER W.OTE&- Ex- i jpmtatT prtferwl *ri faKUrauad j jlwiftu Appi) »! Hr.<!> » OKGaruV JHjl.Hj»i«s MCORATLNC " DE.N - ' 5«rtID'S i ; <ieolBJ>-.|'«** DrUfE Turr, lour n»ir !w j DiSM *t«ltj« mw i twjmi'U txaincii I Employment Service tvxc rf pw«< *aiir IU«HJ*« pcv I 'E3icrnU»E«f TMATPAYS" Strut! 5.-1 j«n tiffneacf anavi 10!» }wl ,„ M«rra u» itrtel t: • Oar Jot Bf-»c!c( Your J* j i ASSIST CREDIT *JLS ACER. SAUlHY J :6019: Beginner-easy cro- 'chei oattern for three •bears ill". 15". 2*'). .Single crochet (any yarn) maKes an Teddy. ui U--1 1 rtfuuueni DRIVE A TRUCK we're willing to Train you FREE. This oppor- twiity is for the first 10 that Quality. Call Mr. Freeman, 4H4244. for ;JOBCOSTWG- nsk, :^> *•« DJ: !««.•)•* rra:u«i STAfT AOCOUVf A.VT- !;••-, - ES • !(N V * 3 95 *J.« postagetianciiing iS 303 Safes ti>. j DqptitW . IK fflocr Ciil (S-iTlt. JTCXAS STATt: (ea A?pi\js p-noc j EnvironmenLaJ Geologist Fine cwt, '.ACCOOTPiG CLER>;- J;:K- Or! Cm* j GENERAL OfTlCE- li. a lir Poi> rr ! [Us£ Urg« wrr,* o( nwnf> : P ID- III*,- (.;<.« o!!!C'! CRAFTS T T E R N Houttor. fXfCUTIVE CAREER OPPORTUNITY W! OFFtK -.' Compliti Training -..- Ht»lth/dent»l inswronct -.-• Fietory incentive*•/• Top pflf pl«n -,.- i Ntony other b«n«fif t •> High School Coll*gt Hilpful -..- S*mt ttltt -.- Profcuiontl • ,- tictiknt -:.- A A tosirt to tvcctvd • SAN JACINTO FORD 4701 i-io t«it (Acr.Mfr*.^) 421-2400 KCJLv i Sqwrtynji. . bf faaaiar ««h fre« »twrl cmn Ttv iSWXETARV- SALARY OPES- M«v ' FREE OFFER :raa«stu»a». i.»i \ n«> " »« • ORDER P» Entr. l for sfc cXERK-';3 Cran Boohs (value $8.85) sniivxhu! »ATURE t'Of c»rr lor I v«r.f ciuMren. FrxU., I I CiiS C - i«>» SSlr««: i>tf>CT)A:iU : OFFICE- yooi S2.95 books listed below. W»*laj Ttmmr* Semct. toe FOREMAN- ItJJv h?*v\ ptpr rx and KSSSEK HXNAGtR NEEDED- For trf-rrtrncr. of ftwl .hr*4ircfirr»c» C»U*>5oit {>OTK TEUXK- HAIK STTUST— K^^npUonifi n««rCi«< ;rk^r>«icr l^i^.tis <i I'anuviic DATA tvrav- i/xu» i:; » * 4r*'r*4 '.Tt*- lir":f )>>r '.ir.ntfjia "• vttl ' WORD pRtxKisoRs »ert ic a Bjrttm: tor IBS PC Wortptrtect; r, or Daplar'nte HI <ort«an [ Call T«Uy Top P«j 121—Pillow Show Ofts j 127—Afghans and Ooili« i 129—Quick'Easy Transfers Ado $1 05 for posta^tuanjing i 1 ' •" • AJTRESStS SEEDED- !, P A CRAFTS T T E R H $100,000 i PER YEAR W\ profit leas 10 * cirprolry phial»i)«, *• HOUSE PALVH-VC- i Hnmc K iaaat«aoct. Will lumah mobile home j u= pr^, K««U«!t»ori Call ce to • t;j ^>*7 UorSalf>->*rMcr Parti for Kofa. Grwr | Machine. Hotnelitr Janihwr Horeta The choice te yours. Restaurant Managers and Assistants ilppartuBiiT ol [ '** °* l*™**- n'ai'nffi^'tfii nt icrrnono MlBCTurr. ir««.j 1 "*" 115 * »«w«'»i>5a ireatnent Apjvamo Plus BrifU*. >lralton mrat »d CHUUprr. X-:«i *(» ! ptxasnj niioJ t» lupi «i»o! (ra<!uat« t: rmnnoi WIKMIMR. 4 Kodler Barta s! tart erpmeocr \ AIT Cootn! EntTne. la W Teia*.'c7 fm »>retnecoflir'ia)ra.non' SATWSAL m;iTLbi'"CHAiN-"'h«i '^' t^^"~ ** t^d curMr-j; home p^rssnf !« sain ma&jgrr in Ba\:if«n j ICF SSK (i rmnulo trom Hnunon. oil 1 Sain eipeneotr iweiMn Aulomotue! i |FX IS® SjJ»r> oceoiut*; Contirt repair bactKroundhelpfui'sM-SKs i STACK VENDING' --— Hottoi Machine In vear, retire In 1C! 'LVTS'-'nerOrd-iorU-ai TaT^""^^"-^—"~ ! ' Mn <• ^^jWemurr., p.»*l« 3to j \ Jack in the Box, the restaurant that offers it's guests the \*Hdest choice in quality fast food, also provides Its Managers with a full menu of career advantages including: •An exceptional Training Program •Competitive starting salaries •Bi-Annual Bonus Plan for Managers and Assistants •An outstanding benefits package •A path to multi-unit management for top performers. If you have long term career goals in the restaurant industry, you should consider the opportunities at Jack in the Box, one of the most successful and progressive fast food companies in the industry. For immediate consideration please send your resume to: eipmcncrd prelerrpd Hill tram in socially field Houn »ouW incluSe some morninj and some anrraocm earn P O 1W\ 111117 ihmj lor 100 bed taohty Vpplv SWBeaumcol. tUvtuoit r'toTi m"« ? Brm-fiu, rrtlmaent plan, paid vaca ••[ tun. KhjcaUonal profinm Contact J«»K B<TT). IX)S, S*i'SJ» or «nte B<n no* TV SB I M>inTTO'.VEEDCD~ to care for"i >ear old in m> hem* Mon Fn rTX.i.l»aE * ISSLTIA.NCE- Trainee. Sales or finance r Mplul Kra<3inf( Buici. Bavt ,«„,„,,.,. ' <SSw4S2 ' 0! " TURN KEY sv »-.'.in«SH<*ln R.ITS per month Hasctur. rellectmg SO |S to noun,«rei fasft !n\estments o! rrquiml Call l-n«v«6 Jack In the Bon Look us over. We're o loco! company, affiliated with o nationally recognized Chicago based manufacturer that's looking for kind, honest people who ore interetted in helping the hearing impaired. You must be a professional first and a salesperson second, one who's willing to work hard because we have no slow season. We're always on me go -a cor is necessary. We ho*t on excellent compensation package that will be discussed o? o personal in twviwr. rntwttfilo? LOOK ui am. Coll btfwwo 9.00 am and 5:00 pm for an appoiffltwm. GO AHEAD LAUGH Ortat opportunity ir,' Baytown Priced-1 "K • mi i iwcor> J« Davis k Assoc 4SM564 1 .. .._....™_.___..^___._._ Kir%l tirof in Ba>w»n You mil be tauRhlthefolloumf; Ho» to be successful in business •Mow lodollvithout quitting your job Take a full-time or part-time job .ith j' H ''»">"™"»i-e nvw> paii time than Red Lobster and enjoy We believe in !™"»»«ralulllimr hard murk And *e belte\-e it can be at fun We need energetic, out^omit [ people «ho «ant to make frauds »Hii<they make money Openmp For 'Waiters 'Banenden •Bus People •Day *Nifjht Kitchen 'Waitresses We Offer •Flexible Hours •Great Stanirm Salary 'Paid Vacations •Training » Advancement Want to know more' Come by and see our Manager this m*. Ml am or 2-» p m at 47171-IO. Ra>1o«'n, Texas TTiSl RED LOBSTER Ho» k » hy the neb people ue; nch •*'!»' the poor people su> pw i And MUCH. MUO1MOKE 1 ' (Holiday Inn, .W S Alexander Drive Wednesday eventne August Wth "30 p m IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE AKEA- and are k«kine for a neignborlwixl church home, check the Sunday CHURCH DIRfXTORY It includes locations and service schedules What bwier way to f«l welcome In your new hometo»n? WANT to COJfTACT- Parents Without Partners members, male/female. In BajrUnm area New member, male, age 7117: Crochet a pretty placemat set in pineappte butterflies. Mats are 14 x 16" in No. 30 cotton. Chair set directions! included. Each pattern $3.25 plus 75c postage handling. (N.Y. residents adfl sates tax i Stndto: The Baytown Sun •241 FwtMri Bwd., wootfpti, NY 11377. frWIMm, MMu. r^MwrTi nllfflW. UB HUU CHEVROLET- ha? a mminn mm available (or community II seats SS. has (tnta. chairs'. tables., projection equipment and other helpful items. For further information, CDWacl Terwa Thompson or Les Slartis M471-MM WWte, to nMfNM . ijEV* On- Kfe area. KEWAftn' f «&•$;« FREE OFFER 3 Craft Booh$ (vaiue $6.05) whtn you ordtr ont of ffw $2.95 books HmdWrj*. 1 1 1 Maiipin CroctW 1 1 7 Art of 135-Ooto and CWhw AM It . ' cum •ATTtftUt BAYTOWN CATERWC— is full-time cooks Drivers license 623 W Texas Ave. Baytown RECEPTIONISTTcONTACfTENS!_ . ' „ „ , I i- Expareiced caii for jtach pattern $3.25 plusj ;75c postage'handling. | A SEASON OF EXCITEMENT* RON KRAMER, left, athletic director for the Baytown school district, congratulates Jaime E. DeLaGarza, 8, and his father, Jaime E. DelaGarza, as Jaime wins season tickets to the district's high school football games. The youngster won the tickets in a drawing conducted by the Baytown school district. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) Airspace restrictions being imposed in U.S. WASHINGTON (AP). — The federal government plans to increase the number of airports protected by restricted airspace in response to a surge in reports of aircraft near-collisions, government and aviation sources say. The department intends to establish restricted airspace known as Terminal Control Areas at nine additional airports, according to the sources, who spoke on condition they not be identified. Twenty-three airports already have TCAs. Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole was scheduled to announce the initiative at a news conference today in Charlotte. N.C. Hal Paris, a department spokesman, said Friday that Mrs. Dole would announce initiatives dealing with airspace restrictions, but he said he could not elaborate. Mrs. Dole also will announce plans for new regulations involving required installation of colli- • sion avoidance technnology, known as the T-CAS system, in commercial aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration already^ftas said it plans to require trVal T-CAS. which warns a pilot of an impending collision, be installed in jetliners over the next two years. It could not be learned immediately which airports were being considered for the tighter airspace restrictions. But one source said nine airports mentioned during final discussions on the subject were Orlando and Tampa in Florida; Phoenix, Ariz.; Baltimore- Washington International; Dulles International near Washington; Salt Lake City: Hobby Airport in Houston; Memphis. Tenn.: and Charlotte, N.C. Concern about aerial crashes has heightened amid an increase this year in the number of near- collision reports filed by pilots. During the first six months of 1987, pilots reported 50 percent more near-collisions than during the same time aiyear ago. Earlier this mont^' a private pilot came close to colliding with President Reagan's helicopter over the mountains near the president's California ranch. An Aeromexico DC-9 collided with a small private plane over Cerritos. Calif., in August 1986, and last January, a commuter plan collided with a private aircraft over Salt Lake City, Utah. Private pilots for years have fought any attempt to axpand the number of TCAs because the flow of air traffic lithin such airspaceontrol Area is a section of airspace that resembles am'n- verted wedding cake [with the airport in the center. The airspace is designed to provide safe routes for commercial jetliners and other more sophisticated aircraft in and out of the busiest airports. A pilot must obtain permission from a controller to enter a TCA and the aircraft must have equipment that allows the controller to determinefthe plane's altitude. British Museum's fossil called fake LONDON ( A P ) — A r- chaeopteryx, billed as the fossil of the earliest known bird, has been put on display for the first time in 20 years at the British Museum of Natural History despite charges it is a fake. The distinguished museum says it has no doubt about the authenticity of the feathered imprint in stone, which it calls "the most famous ... fossil in the world." It says the fossil is 150 million years old and clearly shows that birds evolved from reptiles. But a group of scientists including Israeli physicist Lee Spetner, British astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle, and Chandra Wickramasinghe, head of the department of applied mathematics and astronomy at University College at Cardiff, Wales, say it's nothing but an elaborate 126-year-old forgery. "There is not a grain of truth in any of these outrageous allegations." said Robin Cocks, the state-funded museum's Keeper of Paleontology, at the opening of the exhibit last Monday. Alan Charig, the recently retired curator of the museum's fossil reptiles and birds, added that Hoyle and his colleagues had "used a falae logic, irrelevant data, untroe statements and misleading arguments" to support their case. The archaeopteryx does not fit in with a theory of creation that is argued by Hoyle and Wickramasinghe. They say life was forged in the cosmic laboratory of the comets and fell to Earth at intervals to provoke what they call the "genetic storms." f The British Museum of; Natural History bought archaeopteryx, about the size of a magpie, from a Bavarian country doctor and fossil collector, Karl Haberlein, in 1861. Miami officer arrests mom after kids eat on train MIAMI (AP) - Police are not apologizing for arresting a mother who allowed her two hungry children to eat a can of sausages on a Metrorail train. "We are very aerious about keeping the trains clean and pteasanl for all people to use," Metro-Dade Sfl. Richard Barger MM Thwnday. ToWa JttMts, at, who is to be arraigned next week, could be aemem.-ed to « days in jail and fined «00 if convteted of second- degree misdemeanor charges'of «tting on a train. "I saw the 'no eating, no >mok- ing' signs," Ms. Jinks said. "But my baby was hungry. We didn't get dinner." The sausage eating occurred July 28 when Ms. Jinks, her it- monttHrid son, Qulnton* and V year-old Keytn were rMtnf on Miami's elevated train wife some friends visiting from Texas.

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