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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta MDimcnuie McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. Pruning, trimming 'telling. Call 328-2094. 327- 1323. 7030-tf TOP SOIL Any quantity. Also fill dirt. Phone 328} 7692. 1402-tl Fall cleanup flower beds. rototilllng. aerating, landscaping. 328-1513; collect. 732-4873. Picture Butte. 9075-tf Rototilllng with garden tractor rototlller. Phone Murray Fry at Bobcat Services. 327-5817. 2396-22Oct RO-KO TREE SERVICES Tree removal and tree pruning Phone 328-7672. 2444-21oct Wanted Garden refuse Corn stocks, beet tops, carrot tops, etc. Phone 328-4103 or 327-7532. 3687-22' Well rotted manure, will deliver or car, be picked up. Call evenings. 328- 3289. 3443-tf Trees and hedges or removed. Prompt, reasonable. We undercut. Phone 327-2641. 3840-tf 85 nULTRY MO SUPPLIES GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Canner or roaster .roosters per pound. Heavy roasting hens five to six pounds. Taking orders for November delivery on last fryer flock in 1974. Monev back guarantee. Custom killing for chickens, turkeys ducks and geese. Phone Keith Bell, 654-2905-Vauxhall or 328-6963. 3523-25 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Okoonawa Kennels Individual indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs. See yellow pages. 23-tf Complete ten gallon aquarium with accessories and fish if desired Phone 327-8488, after 1 p m 4012-tf Seven month old female Samoyed Spayed. Good with children. .Phone after 5 p.m.. 345-4861 Coaldale. 3780-23 Rve beautiful Toy Pom Dachshund Terrier male (house dogs) six weeks old. Write P.O. Box 602, Raymond. 3980-22 Purebred Chesapeake Bay Retriever pups Eight weeks old. First come first serve. 756-3451. Stirling 4081-26 Kerry blue Terrier, show and pet stock CKC registered. Worms and shots given to Phone 426- 5584. Cranbrook. 4145-1 87 FUR BEARING ANIMALS FURS BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR. PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT, Orumheller. 3730-tf 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3.000 sq. ft downtown commercial space Phone 328-1520 or 328- 5309 3158-tf Small trucking business for sale. Operating authorities in two western provinces for freight and furniture For information write Box 80, Herald. C2538-28 MOTEL MANAGEMENT Require mature adults to assume full -responsibility of operation of 16 unit motel, including room and office care. 60 miles from Lethbridge. Write Box 74. Herald. C2492-tf Service Station on lot, 150x125. located at corner of 9th St and 2nd Ave S Lethbridge Phone 327-5716 8 a m -3 p m Full price 000 cash to mortgage, balance at C9518-tf Ultra modern four operator beauty shop, in excellent down town location. Call Hazel for details at City Realty at 329-3000 or 328- 9823. C3721-tf GROCERYSTORE IN THRIVING SOUTH ALBERTA TOWN We have just listed this better than average business showing an ex- cellent return on investment Con- tains a complete line of equipment in tike-new'condition Also includes a sq ft. block constructed building located on a 50 x 125 ft lot Owner anxious to sell because of other interests and will sell business and building as going concern or will sell the business and equipment and lease the building to a qualified purchaser. For more information. RAY LAVALLEY at 327-3191 or ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE at 328-7761. M.L.S. C3680-H SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 329-3331 -UST WITH THE LEADER" 1973 Highest Sates Volume Agency M.L.S. Member of "ALL POINTS" Rdocstion Services MODERN YARDS GOODS STORE Excellent city location. Modem fix- tures and up to date inventory. Shows good <'etuin on investment. Lease can be renewed: present owner anxious to sell before present lease expires and has priced business to sefl. Can Fred Harrison at 327-7671 or 329-3331. Exclusive. C2446-22 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDTC3AL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF CHARLES HECTOR PEACOCK. Me of the OBy of the Province ol Alberta, who on (he 2Sfh day of August A O 1974. TAKE NOTICE (haft all persons having claims upon (he estate of the above riSM'ied ntust file the u Solicitors by the 22od day o! November. A.O. 1974. a (all statement of their claims and of securities hcftd oy (hem. DAVIDSON A WILLIAMS 310 Canada Trosi BuWtng IETH8WDGE, AJbww SCWcWors tor the Gxewtrix whose address In ewe of the 054 THERE SHE BLOWS James Wilier Williams pro- duced North America's first commercially successful -oil well hi 1857 at Black Creek in southwestern Ontario. M LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS 4 MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S.-328-5548 C5216-H 90 CONTRACTS Fifteen ft. backhqe_0np lo hourly rates by comraci Complete basement, framing, finishing and drywall contracts. 328- 9S2S. design Homes. 2121-tf Experienced. Phone George 328- 7140. 3553-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328--574S. C1936-tf Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations Phone 327- 3264._____________________4056-tl Farm and ranch painting. Farms and industrial spray painting done. Also interior and exterior of house. Phone 327-2046. 1578-tf HANDY MAN SERVICES, Serving home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and garages, cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 326-4592.___________2509-tf Carpentry work, finishing new houses, renovations, build fences, garages, etc. Reshingle roofs, pour concrete walks and "drives and misc. 345-4561, after 5 p.m. 3446-tf Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks: drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs 327-5087, 328- 3983 -f _________7799-H R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. Sidewalks, patios, driveways, floors. Estimates. Days 328-1468, evenings 327- 2627. 9349-tf Contractor all repairs, renovations, lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small jobs accepted. 329- 4678. PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939. 756-tf MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, rand- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too large. 327-5817. 2120-tf Trenching, plowing, hoeing, in- stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C2463-B BOX NUMBER REPLIES 89. 88, 58. 56, 49, 48. 40. DEATH HARTLEY Gilbert Stewart of Cardston passed away quietly very early in the morning of October 22, 1974. He was born in Rockland, Idaho, August 30, 1885, the fourth child of Hyrum and Weltha Ann Hatch Hartley. He grew up on the family homestead near Rockland. His 'father was a lover of music, and encouraged his children to develop vocal and instrumental skills. The fami- ly moved to a homestead near Mountain View in the summer of. 1905. Prom there Gilbert was called to fill a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1907 through 1909. His father purchased the store in Moun- tain View in 1911 and had him manage it until it burned in 1914 a total loss. About 1913, he bought land in the area later named Hartley after him. He married Roumelia Calkins Brown February 26, 1919, and this union was bless- ed with seven children. He fanned successfully in that area until 1964, when he and his wife filled a mission to the Hawiian Islands. Upon return- ing from Island, they purchas- ed a lovely home in Cardston. Here be was active keeping a neat garden and Temple work. At Hartley, be served as coun- cillor to the bishop for many years. He was always helpful to neighbours, maintaining good machinery and a black- smith's shop, which be shared with the whole community. Re helped nephews learn arts of farming, welding, neighbourly love, and honesty, as well as his own children. He is survived by his loving wife Roumelia, and seven children, Maurine Stanford, of Cardston, Roamelia Smith of Hartley, Gilbert D. of Claresbolm, Lowell S. of Cardston, Dotma FaeStretght, of Victoria, Ardell H. of Hartley, and Howard S. of Claresbolm. Twenty seven grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren and one sister Alice H. Fullmer. Funeral Services will be held in the Cardston, Alberta Stake Chapel on Thursday. October 24 at 2 p.m.. Bishop Bryce Gaboon officiating. Interment will foUoKgn the Cardston may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief socie- ty room of the Chorea, SALMON FUNERAL HOMES LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. CS730 I Births, Deaths, In Memoriams I I Cards Of Thanks I BIRTHS BANACK Dan and Jean are pleased to announce the arrival of their chosen son, Robert Daniel, 6 Ibs. 7 ozs., born Sept. 20, 1974. Proud Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lou Banack and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mclntosh. 4146 THOMAS Mr. and Mrs. Byron Layton are happy to an- nounce the arrival of their first grandchild. Jason Brent Thomas, weighing 7 Ibs. 8 ozs., arrived a.m. Oc- tober 18th, 1974 at Edmonton General Hospital. Proud parents are Wendy and Harvey Thomas. 1 4082 DEATHS ECKLUND Passed away in Calgary on Tuesday, Oc- tober 22, 1974, George, belov- ed husband of Mrs. Carrie Ecklund of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed by REARDON HUMPHRIES FUNERAL SERVICE LTD., Taber. C3727 FERDAIS Arinand pass- ed away in Calgary at the age of 50 years. He had been in failing health for a number of years, suffering from emphysema. He was born in Fort Macleod on March 24, 1924, had his education at Waterton school south of Fort Macleod. He worked in oil wells, Burns Packing Plant, Fort Vermilion, in the latter years as a security guard, in the city of Calgary. He leaves to mourn his passing his mother; three brothers, Eugene of Calgary, Joseph of Fort Vermilion, Wilfred of Rankin Inlet, N.W.T. six, sisters, Theresa Bell and Gerinaine (Gerry) Albert of Taber, Rose Alsgard of Calgary, Alphon- sine (Al) Mackintosh of Maple Ridge, B.C., Marion Barten of Pincher Creek, Agnes Rose of Fort Macleod; several nieces and nephews. Funeral ser- vices were held in the Holy Trinity Church, S.E., Calgary, and burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Peter Gelinas, Roland Gelinas, Johnny Gelinas, Fred Daignault, Ronald Daignault, Lawrence Daignault, all cousins of the deceased. 4148 BRANDLEY Edda Anderson Brandley, beloved wife and mother of Louis Brandley and family passed away quietly and peacefully in the Raymond Hospital on Saturday, October 19th, 1974. Her daughter Olive and grand- daughter Shawna were at her side. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, Louis, four daughters, Mrs. Don (Olive) Steed, Raymond, Mrs. Wallace (Margaret) Larsen, Orem, Utah, Mrs. Myron (Elizabeth) Hamilton, Mesa, Ariz., and Mrs. Joanne Park of Raymond; three sons, Robert, of Raymond, David, Orem, Utah; and Peter of Sandy, Utah; one sister, Eva A. Nqyes, Salt Lake City; one brother, Lowry Anderson of Provo, Utah; SO grandchil- dren, 14 great grandchildren, cumbed to diabetes on Sat, Oct. 19, 1974. Mrs. Brandley has been actively engaged in church and social affairs all her mature life. Funeral ser- vices will-be held from the RAYMOND STAKE CENTRE on Thurs. Oct. 24th at p.m.. Bishop Robert Fraser officiating. No flowers please. We love flowers for their beauty and fragrance, bat we have experienced the slow painful wasting away of her beautiful body through arthritis. Please let your ex- pression of love for Edda be a generous gift to the Canadian Rheumatism and Arthritis Association. These people are striving daily to find a cure for this dread disease. Please leave your contributions at the Raymond Medical Clinic. Thank yon. The body will be at the home and friends may pay their respects on Wednesday eve. or in the Relief Society Room of the Church from p.m. until service time on Thursday, October 24th. Inter- ment for Mrs. Brandley will take place in The Temple HOI Cemetery, Raymond. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Servkw. C3723 DEATHS TUISKU Passed away in the city on Monday, October following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr. Mathew Eli Tuisku at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Tuisku of 506 Dieppe Blvd. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3729 BELSHER Passed away suddenly in the city on Mon- day, October 21, 1974, Mr. Bryon Lloyd Belsher at the age of 18 years, beloved son of Mr. J. Merv Belsher of 1417 Aspen Place, Lethbridge, and Mrs. Edythe Belsher of Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3728 NELSON Winona, belov- ed wife of the late Alonzo Nelson formerly of Stirling passed away in. the city on Tuesday, October 22nd, 1974 at the age of 79 years. Funeral announcements later by CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3724 WILLIAMS Saturday, October 19, 1974, Garry Gor- don, aged- 20 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams, Arrowwood. Ser- vices at the Former Church of the Brethern Tabernacle (L.D.S.) Wednesday, October 23 at 2 p.m., Pastor Don Holloway of the Gospel Church, Arrowwood, of- ficiating. Interment; Arrowwood Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C3726 HINMAN Henry Wynder passed away in Cardston on Sunday, October at the age of 71- years, beloved hus- band of Agnes Hinman of Cardston. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Oc- tober 23, 1974 at 1.00 p.m. in the Cardston Alberta Stake Chapel, with Bishop Stan Johnson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family at the Church from 12 noon until ser- vice time. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C3725 BLACK RABBIT away on Saturday, October 19, 1974, Frank Black Rabbit, age 52 years, beloved husband of Alice Black Rabbit of the Blood Reserve. Born on the Blood Reserve, he farmed there until his death. He was a member of the Blood Band Head Dress Society. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons, Rex and Franklin; one brother, Ernest; three sisters; Agnes, Alice and Josephine. Funeral service will be held in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church Wednesday at 11 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment in the Blood Band Cemetery. Wake service in SL Mary's Church, Tuesday at 7 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C3731A IN MEMORIALS MEGELLA In loving memory of a dear brother, John, who passed away Oc- tober 22, 1972. With tender memories ever true Today and always we think of you. remeiiibeivd by Frank, Katny and Kara. 4085 KOENIG In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Theodore, who passed away October No loved one stood beside him, to near his last farewell. No words of comfort did be hear, from those who loved him well. Someday we nope to meet him, some day, we know not when. We will clasp his hand in a better land, never to part again. lo and remembered ay Helen, Ralph and Shelley. 4149 IN MEMORIAMS CRONKHITE-In loving memory of Roger, who passed away October remembered and sadly missed by the Thomas family. 4084 CRONKHITE-In loving memory of our dear son and brother Roger who passed away October 22, 1972. Forever remembered and never forgotten. missed by Mom, Dad and the family. 4086 ENNS In loving memory of a dear husband and father John K. Enns, Coaldale, who passed away Oct. 21, 1973. Twelve months have now passed away, But in our hearts your memory will stay. Dear Dad, no more pain will you bear, For you are safely in God's care. remembered and sadly missed by wife, Agatha and children. 4087 MEGELLA In loving memory of a dear son and brother John Megella, who passed away on October 22, 1972. Softly the leaves of memory fall, Gently we gather and treasure them all, Unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed and ever dear. missed by his mother, dad and brothers Allen and Frank. 4063 CARDS OF THANKS HAY We as a family wish to extend our hearfelt thanks and gratitude to our many friends for their thoughtful ex- pressions of .sympathy during our recent bereavement. The floral tributes, prayers, cards, letters, visits, food and the donations to the Heart Foundation were so deeply appreciated by us all. The kindness and thoughtfulness of so many will forever be remembered. Hay and Family. 4147-23 HEGLAND We wish to express our deepest thanks to our many relatives and friends for their thoughts of sympathy during our recent bereavement. The floral tributes, cards, visits, donations and food were all very much appreciated. A special thank yon to the pallbearers, the doctor and the ICU nurses of the Municipal Hospital. Also a special thank yon to the Vasa Lodge Ladies for serving the lunch after the funeral ser- vice. The kindness of each and every one will always be lemembered. -Lil and Sandi Hegland, Harold and Pat Hegland and Carol and Bruce Park. New prices for copper TORONTO (CP) Tex- asgalf Inc. announced today its prices for all forms of copper sold in Canada and the United States nave been Ksdaced by four cents a pound, effective immediately. The new prices for copper wirebar are 755 cents in Can- ada and 77 cents in the U.S. TtiMday, Octobtr 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 21 I Bringing constitution home 'may see Albertans robbed9 LUNDBRECK Bringing Canada's constitution home could rob Albertans of their energy birthright, Rocky Mountain Conservative MP Joe Clark warned here Mon- day. His hard hitting attack on the federal government's plans to bring in a formula to amend the constitution came unexpectedly during a provin- cial Progressive Conservative nomination for Pincher Creek Crowsnest. Western Canadians, and Albertans in particular, ig- nore the issue of conr stitutional change at their peril, he told more than 600 people attending the nomination. He was asked to speak while ballots were being counted. "Ontario, Quebec, three Maritime and one Socialist province in the West .could take away resource control from the Conser- vative MP warned. He said that is one of the "immense implications" of Ottawa's plans to implement the Fulton Favreau formula of constitutional change. The formula requires the consent of not less than 70 per cent of the population from six provinces in four regions of the nation to implement a' change in the British North America Act. Changes in the act must be ratified by the British House of Commons. Fred Bradley, a Blairmore store manager, was nominated by the Pincher Creek Crowsnest PCs at the meeting here, 70 miles west of Lethbridge, to contest the next election in Alberta. "We would be foolish here in Alberta and Western Canada if we did not take heed 'of the tremendous dangers in the changing the Mr. Clark, 35, said. "We have to bear in mind that the capacity is there to take away from this province the ability to control our primary resources and the secondary manufacturing that depends upon them." Mr. Clark called it a "stark reality" that the Liberal government "owes its votes to Central Canada." He said the federal govern- ment might attempt to mend its fences in the West where it Right-wing Tory causes furore over remarks By JOHN HAY LONDON (CP) Sir Keith Joseph, for 10 days in an unde- clared race for the Tory party leadership, was on the sidelines Monday trying to pull his foot out of his mouth. The Conservative right- winger's problems began with a weekend speech in which he called for stronger birth control measures among the lower classes. "Our human stock is threat- he said, "if we do noth- ing, the nation moves toward Those remarks created a fu- rore, with politicians and editorials attacking what they called implications of racism and even "master-race" the- ories from the former minis- ter of social services. SOCIAL SERVICES. Political friends and oppo- nents quickly judged the speech a disaster for Joseph's chances in the campaign to oust Conservative leader Edward Heath following the Oct. 10 election defeat. CONCEDES FAULT Saying he was staggered by the reaction, and complaining of misrepresentation, Joseph later conceded that he may have expressed himself bad-, iy- "I do regret that I didn't ei- ther leave the birth control part to another speech, or spell it-out more fully. "Parts of the speech were very clumsily worded." What he had meant, he said, was that too many babies are being born in families unable to care for them. It was all part of a British decadence based on immor- ality and lack of personal self-discipline. The Joseph case was just a flurry in a Conservative party leadership fight that makes disputes in the Canadian Progressive Conservative party seem like a gentlemen's canasta game. had the polls closed on Oct. 10-Heath's third loss in four secret meetings were reported among Conservative MPs and .Executives with Heath's removal the only topic. Heath quickly declared he was still leader and gave no hint of retirement, but that did not stop the speculation. Joseph, who had emerged in the election campaign as a voice of the Conservative right, became an obvious contender. Conservative party Chairman William Whitelaw was also a contender, even after swearing loyalty to Heath, who had been his political mentor. And a Conservative backbencher, Edward DuCann, was labelled another contestant in the race. With, the leadership still filled by Heath, none is con- sidered a sure winner. ENTHUSIASM LACKING And none has fired much en- thusiasm among the public. In a particularly acid column, a writer in the Liber- al Guardian referred to Jo- seph as his employment is the only cure for inflation. Not sparing the other con- tenders, the same column re- ferred to Whitelaw as a moron and Du Cann as a crook. Part of the Conservative's problem is that the party has no clear procedure for kicking out a leader or electing a suc- cessor. Under a vaguely-worded constitution, the succession is a concern only for an undefin- ed group of MPs and the party membership. While Heath still has his job, the debate has dealt as much with demands for party reform as with who his replacement should be. Winds reached 100 mph in Mari times storm HALIFAX Winds topped 100 miles an boor in the sudden storm that wrought havoc in wide parts of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and western Newfoundland. "The anemometer bit its highest possibite wind reading of 100 miles an said Jack Kean, captain of the. Canadian National ferry William Carson, of his voyage Monday from Port am Bas- ques, Nfld., to North Sydney, N.S. The storm bit hardest in Nova Scotia, leaving one man dead and at least four others missing and presumed dead. There were no deaths in the other provinces, bat damage to buildings and uuww cots were widespread. The William Carson sailed from Port aox Basques at noon Sunday with no warning of the storm. At one point, the 8.273 ton passenger ferry made only nine miles headway in three hours. Seaf broke over her bridge, twisting a piece of %-inch steel in her bulwarks. Otherwise, there was little damage and no reports of in- juries. During the height of tbe storm Sunday most cities, in- cluding Halifax, suffered ex- tensive power cuts. By Mon- day many rural areas and some parts of Sydney, N.S. still were without power. Cape Breton suffered more damage than other regions, even though it got rain instead of snow. Winds gosling up to US mfles an boor ripped into new prefabricated homes on MacDonald Heights in Sydney, lifting off roofs and leaving 33 families homeless. holds very few seats. However, it might more likely opt to please vote heavy, energy short provinces. "There is a real danger they may say we should take some of the control of the destiny of the western provinces. "We must look for allies to resist the assault by powers that could lie in the hands of the central he said. Patterns Keep her warm in this set no matter how cold it gets! Quick, easy" crochet! Use warm worsted for scarf, cap, mittens, Contrast colors are .worked for textured effect. Great gift! Patter 7326: Child's S, M, L incl, 75 cents each pattern cash, .cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first class mail and special handl- ing to Alice- Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario. MIT 4P7 Ont. residents add 5t sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Perfect Partners PRINTED PATTERN THEY'RE THE TOPS yon want to turn pants and skills into great outfits! Save dollars, sew easy overblonse and jacket in carefree blends. Printed Pattern 4548: Half Sizes Misses' Sizes 16, 18, 20. fl.W for each pattern cash, cfeeqM or moMy order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. On. ResMems add sales tax. Print plainly Site, Name, Adress, Style Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Department, SO Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario MIT 4P7. ;