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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
The it. Pleasant news partly Cloudy vol. 83, no. 123 two Section set. Pleasant Iowa thursday evening May 25, 1%1 these Days by George a Sokolsky censorship i or some reason All of a sudden More and More Public optic gals Are proposing some lorm of censorship of the press. Apparently they Are becoming increasingly fearful that the people will in due course know what goes on and will protest. Such a protest could swell into anger. An angry people can do unpleasant things to politicians particularly in this country. They can and usually do throw them out of Oil ice. John a fanning a member of the National labor relations Board was making a speech before the Southern newspaper executive. Clinic. Lie said that the n i. R a tries to conduct bargaining rights elections without undue pressure. In a word he prefers a vacuum fanning did not say so but he apparently believes that i Only manage ment and labor Are 1 concerned in a strike situation. He i does not recognize that the con Sumer is equally affected by the outcome that the general Public is worried what a strike will do to the town to the Small business j Man to grocers butchers Beau Ticiano Etc. Faulting not being concerned 1 with the Public interest can say a in the midst of labor disputes. 1 the immediate parties May be torn by various loyalties desires and oven fears they May look for guidance to any voice that Speaks with authority and the editorial Page is such a o it it o Parr Nelv. Because the newspaper May speak in the name of the Public interest and May be believed the newspapers should Quot be silent should say nothing about new spending asked by 139 Mph seniors receive diplomas at graduation exercises Senate lash Over a Freedom special message to Congress says present Challenge rider controversy requires new sacrifices anneal Federal inspection a members of the local National guard unit Are shown attending a class during the annual Federal inspection at the armory Here recently. Major Sampson of the fifth army Headquarters the inspecting officer is shown seated at left tront. At the right is Sec Marvin Ruby of the local unit. Standing next to him is c Apt. Donald Parsons of Burlington. A cml it or of the inspecting party. Standing to the left Are it. Robert Shaffer and it. Ted Stull of the local unit. Biological groups studying fossilized remains May be big a find it. Pleasant High school seniors moved past the step which has been a goal tiie la.11 several y ars a Grad Justion from High school a at commencement exercises in the Cottrell gym wednesday y presented their own pro Grain heard complimentary remarks from their principal and superintendent and the president of the Board of education and received i thir High school diplomas As their names were announced and they walked to the front of the room. I Linda Biggs presiding set the theme of the program which was Suc ver atme Cornick Elsie Norene gave tar invocation and Steve Mel by and Janice Patterson pre. Orient and vice president of that class w or marshals. The 12b members of the class Linda Kay Bachmai. Linda Lou Biggs. Eileen Marie Blosser Patricia Ann Borer Lester mane Branch. Russell Lee Branch Wanda Lea Buck Nile Buffington David William Burk Carol Ann Campbell Linda Dale Campbell Warren Eldon Campbell Eugene Edward Christner Don arg inc it Merton Clancy Verla l a Cobourn. Pm or Washington it up pre. Int Kennedy told cd Cress and the nation today that the Utu Tod a Tats faces an a Challenge Quot requiring new measures of hardship and sacrifice in an extraordinary or Sage the pres it Day and american one of the great Craig. Elizabeth Maxine Crile Charlotte Ann Dames. Nancy Kathleen Washington a uti the Senate spent an hour today debating a Resolution aimed at supporting president Kennedy s of Junior forts to protect a a individual rights 1 in the a a Eyerdom rider Montro Versy. Southern and Northern senators he Rcd personally to a joint ses-0 lashed during the debate. After Gjon of Congress he called for a an hour the Resolution a. Hunt vast new Fer Leral spending pro de to the Senate Calendar for pos Gram including an estimated $7 to sible future action $9 billion Over the next five years the Resolution was sponsored by to get a Man on the Moon and a it. Jacob k Juvil. In. Y., j Buck before 1970. And Paul h. Douglas. Dell. Their j additional Effort and schwa.-. That the Freedom restraint by All american citizens must tie supported and Are required in the Days ahead that the president said in his nationally pro televised address. Recently the Iowa Wesleyan col. Quot Quot or Quot lege biological society joined with a Var Sites and May prove to be the c Antral College biological society of pc Ila to look for and identify Fossil remains found in the strip mines near Pella. One est challenges is to keep Pace with of Soti Lynn Lrster Decker Linda a changing world she said. Kou a vol. Mary Sharon Douglas Stephen Young speaking on a your san h Peati Del skill. Southern states must learn constitutional rights must to Etc to cited. Of the great St finds of the Century. A considerable amount of pet Rife d animal life has also been found. T1 animals Are mostly prehistoric the old strip mining area East of Sta Pella the possibly the site of the largest and most Complete fossilized remains of prehistoric ferns and other changing world emphasized that in the face of inroads of communism in the world Young people face a big task to retain our free idols. William Jacob Duggins Deanna Mac Dunn Doyle James Dunn Jark Leroy Ensmingir Donna Rose Eric son Sharon Virginia Eye Herbert Everett Fariss Shari Ann Parks. Tiv members of the Central col loss society under the advisor ship hat Uberty mint re5ponslbmty and that the Way to preserve our Margaret Wilson speaking on a in i it nails Johm Fitzpatrick. Carol Beth dependence for All Mankind Quot said word Robert v. Formanek jr., properties from past in pageant at methodist Church Frances Opal Fuller Ronald Everett Gholson Judith Elizabeth of or. Huffman of Pella were the prehistoric vegetation. Complete Host and hostesses to was leans Freedom while serving As an example , Kay Eugene Glover tree like ferns have been found in society. In. A a Sharon be Goddard. Donald eur a petrified state thes ferns Orneas what May be the most important or up t0 12� or longer. Question before that particular excavation of these ferns is be a Dougherty Bill Mcclain Tom turn world Community. The report does not say that those who attended this meeting to others is for us to live it. The members representing Wes Jon Trueblood speaking on a new Pine Hamm James f Loyd harsh Leyan were president Bui Long Lois emphasis and responsibility of Barker. Sharon Lee Hays Mary leadership Quot mentioned the a pot bellied stove and an old be Dows operated Organ Are among the picturesque properties used tonight at the first in addition to expanded i spars program or. Ign cd to beat 1 Russia to the Moon the president submitted recommendations that 1 would involve extra appropriations in the neighbourhood of $14 i billion for fiscal 1962 beg inn me j july 1. Kennedy asked substantial increases in funds for foreign Aid and to strengthen the armed scr to be i ices. Metho-1 Iff also called for a nov. Man Landing a Man on the Moon and retort tig him safely to Earth before the end of this decade he also a ked for a new $50 million for Cott muru cat ions satellite development and an additional $75 million for worldwide a weather observation satellites. Domestic Economy a manpower retraining program which he Wall submit to Congress in detail shortly. There was no Cost figure for this program. To reviewing the Economy however the president said that while the recession has been halted and a recovery is under there was serious. Need to attack the Quot major social evil Quot of chronic unemployment. Twist Church when a Large a. T pro Power and development training sonts. And into tomorrow Quot program to teach new occupation Lauterine Hayward Donna Grace Dpi coins 125 years of methodism al skills to hundreds of thousands my earned 011 at the present time or Darla Long. Bob Castellanos developments in Cuba and stressed Hendricks Glen Stewart Hite. By the Central College students and i Jim Jackson Shirley Duttweiler that we must use every feasible advisors and by several Wesleyan i Charles Duttweiler and or. R. W. 1 m ans of Selling our democracy. Of newspaper executives booed and students. The site has b in visited Poult r. Advisor and head of the hissed this bureaucrat when he proposed that newspapers be silent j about the new. The probability is that when fanning was through 1 with his speech he was duly applauded and perhaps even in j cited to dinner. There is too Little anger in this country too few of us who have decided not to listen to nonsense not to be pushed around by politicians and bureaucrats. Too of us sit Back and applaud whatever we listen to even if it is a direct insult to our rights and our intelligence. Too what is the value of a newspaper if it does not provide the truth in the news a guidance Quot in understanding the course of events is it just a Jumble of words and pictures that Are unrelated to each other and that provide neither meaning nor guidance it is because of Lack of indignation on the part of our people that the Teheran papers have not yet been published. It is because of Lack of indignation that the Amer Iraq people do not yet have the whole Story of what happened in Cuba. Senator Gore opened the window a Little hit but not enough to give the american people a full View of the confusion and bad thinking that produced what has come popularly to be called the cuban fiasco. But what about t lie laotian fiasco my the korean fiasco How Many fiascos must we have before Congress asks for a Public explanation executive sessions hide nothing front our enemies they were there and know what happened. Executive sessions of a congressional committee Only fool the american people. They make them believe that much is being done actually nothing is done about errors stupidities political Back scratching until the Public gets very angry. And the Public Only gets angry when the press tells the whole Story honestly and completely. The cuban Story has not yet been told honestly and completely. Whenever a Public official wants the press to establish any form of car Norship. His plea is not in the by experts from several state uni Wesleyan biology department. Gown ceremony awards Given at honors Assembly Karin Reiner Exchange student speaking on Quot the world s people a our neighbors Quot said that no Man piety Elizabeth Matthews Carmel h an Island. We have to live to Calil Linda Blagg Park Ridge i Gether. More than Ever before we n. J Phyllis Smith Independence have to get along together she said. To. To. Clara to Holland Charlesw hour Ihan. Patricia Mae Hunold Leo Lawrence Hunting sue Jackson Gary Wayne Jennings. Charles William Jerrol. Dale Edwin Johnson. Donald Clarence Johnson. Jerry in it. six straight backed Pew that form the setting for one scene Are believed to be the actual pews in use in the fir. T methodic Church of workers who Are victims of automation and other Industrial change. While the lengthy prepared message a self labelled As an Dwight Jordan Robert Ray Kerr second Baptist Church Judy Cameron Lexington she asked that the president of Waunita Mac Kerr Jean Ann Kincaid Wayne do building in 1343 the pews wore extraordinary state of the Union crack Bush loaned by members of message the presidents Emp a i Sis was on foreign affairs and Kermen and mrs. 1 the problems posed by internal Chadwick have tonal relations to the conduct of mrs. Phillip j. Raymond Judi Naylor Kansas City the students Dennis Fitzpatrick vere King John David Kitch Linda co Rod the Community for period the american go Vermont. For men and women Carol Pace Rockford. 111. Adrienne Hor Germany s Flag. He in turn pre inc it or Mary Lidia Klodnycky Mich Cril 111 middy Boubis and 1, Lorenz Clinton Sharon Vincent sent it i to her the nag of his United al Dennis Klopenstein Bonnie .h0�?T8 m Byird Fauntleroy collars Are Pennington Crawfordsville Judith states. Jean Koch. Kenneth Keith Krabill a reminiscent of yesteryear As Are i Polk-1. Alburnett Joyce the Exchange of emblems became Gary William Kyle Rita Rae Lan 1 a cd hymns which will Cambridge 111. J to. Dana Alf red son and Coni Quot Forward and presented to him Kitch Catherine Louise Klee cof Clu hrs Marilyn Zeitlow. A dramatic moment and As miss Terni an Linda Carol leveling to used in the musical backgrounds or foreign Aid recommendations included appropriation of an additional $230 million for the presidential contingency fund to be used in specific areas in times of 1 emergency an increase in appropriations for the u. S. Information Agency to a new total of $121 million and an increase of $285 million for military assistance. Defense the army divisional Structure will be completely rear i Gani de and modernized to improve its tactical mobility in crease its non nuclear firepower to provide modern Mec lionized divisions in Europe and new airborne brigades in both the Pacific and Europe a to meet any direct or indirect this will involve an extra $100 million for new army equipment. He also asked an additional $60 million to increase Marine corps strength to 190.000 men. Civil defense a triple increase in Federal appropriations for civil or. a Mathews. Danny Greenfield Lavonne Newquist re Ner concluded there was sus Robert Roy Lite. Walter Arthur Mary Moore Volga to cd applause for her personally Litton. Max Marlyn Long Jean Watkins and mrs. Alta Thomas j annual Honor Assembly Ellen Savage. Salem and Betty and a la for the significance of the Knowlton Looker. Jerry Howard a Robert Buckley Charles City 111 benefits of getting to know each Bous. George Garrel Martin at the at Iowa Wesleyan College a ebb of fort Madison set , passed the academic Cap Phi selections for the year 1960-61 a and gown hum ill. The Scholastic Honor society. Iota oth Quot thru a a the Exchange a Marlene Martin Janet. Kay Mathews. Jerry Ray Maxwell. Kathryn Louise Misser. Marvin Messer to Guy Buswell Elm arc seniors Carol Fay. Rock foil. Student program. France he said he wanted to talk with Khrushchev to make sure he understands a a american a enduring concern. For both Freedom and Rita Russell speaking on a new the Lead speaking parts. Highlights in the history of the Church a come to life in pantomimes accompanied by Narra Max tion. The presentation which is part Martha Jean Miller Mary Ami a week Long commemoration of be acc and Ber desire to live in. A a a a 1. Margaret Miller. Kenneth Abraham the dedication of tie present a Armony a the russian people. A a in r 1,1 011 Murphy Janet Elaine Mcculley Church building will be Given in i David. Nor Virrl in Prili Eutimi Una Nortz Lynh that j Cecil Oran Mcdowell. Ronald Ray the Sanctuary at 7 30 . Thea a. Mcdowell. Richard David Mcgoy Public is invited award Given by Siam Tau Tendon a in Dot. She dealt in feed few he in Limul Mae a re a Arn. Old Nicholson Paul Francis Nie Man Mary Kathleen o Connor Karen a pet Man 1. Janis sue Peterson. Dermis Wade English department upperclassman Salem. Marcia Gordon port Madi a me of the tilings that need to be Phillips a it nil mar Rinnan Porru r Short Story award to Judith Pouch son and Kenneth Klopfenstein done in the world and How it is up j Gill re Alburnet t. J Wayland w Cre selected the pre j to each person spoke particularly of his j forthcoming meetings in Paris defense in fiscal 1962, along with with French president Charles de a highly accelerated program for Gaulle and m Vienna. Austria j shelter construction with soviet Premier Nikita s. J despite the size of his new a Liru Sychev. 1 pronation request Kennedy said he expressed lavish Friendship \ by a a a requesting additional for the a magnificent Leader off fixes because he Felt the present Junior president to. Karen Fiala Solon Marilyn the traditional ceremony preceded Harryman. Milton Doia Lane attitudes towards l Arning Quot bold the awards Mediapolis Karin Johnson of it. Pleasant Rockford i. Juniors David needed in education and added that received the freshman Short Story Boyles a Quot Ort Madison of the things suggested were she dealt i honorary English fraternity. Tholle per it pleasant Sharon pen rather than generalities presentation was made by Fredrick Kington Crawfordsville Diana Woodard. Kansas City. To. A Thornburn. Sigourney Gary Tom Waunita Kerr speaking on a meeting today s Challenge Quot concluded Louis a Haselmayer presented the Linson Tama and Ellen Savage the talks by giving examples of mrs h. R. Smith taken by death Here were the president s chief recommendations space an additional $531 Mil tax Structure and resources of the country were More than sufficient to support the needs he outlined today. Furthermore he thought his a very urgent request could be supported without a budget deficit if the Economy continued to move ahead. Kennedy however cautioned against a unjustified Price and wage increases and said labor lion to Speed development of and management must pursue re lunar spacecraft in the Hope of Spon sible policies in this direction. Payment of pledges needed Oil and Kenneth to concentrate Gary Tomlinson. Tama year. A his own responsibilities de the math physics club award Gary Tomlinson the new or Csc special music was provided by a which w ent to Kenneth Klopfcn-1 Dent of Blue key read the list of Hute Trio a Rita Russell Wanda Stein. Wayland. Arthur freshmen men. They Buck and Sally Sutton a and by Troy Ohio was the recipient of Lar it it Leigh de Neef. Wantage ave. By mixed chorus which Sang a al the Wall Street journal award. It1 Branchville Frank de Lucia. Mighty god of our fathers Quot under jr., it. Pleasant. Carl it. Miller j Bre direction of mrs. Marabello Karin Reiner. Joseph Raymond Riepe Mary fran mrs. Harry r. Smith 62. Died at Ces i pc Phyllis Mac Riley Don memorial Hospital wednesday eve Ald Eugene Robertson. William Ning after a lingering illness. Lacona. Dean Stollsr Burlington a Quot anus of and with Jean Register was present i by or. Paul w Pix a Ler. Miss Esther Webb of the English try Maxwell Peoria. 111. As accompanist j faculty gave the Campus newspaper announcement of initiation into principal George award to Gary Ford Russell who Alpha Psi Omega of seven students j Bupt Stanley and Robert Formanek presented served As business manager of the was made. They Are Bob Metzger class to the Board of education. Tiger. In turn miss w lab was the Olds Fredrick Woodward Kansas supt Formanek in his first appear Honor it e when a copy of the annual do mo., Ray Noble Washington. An it it superintendent at a it the c Roaker was bestowed upon her d. C., Carroll Humphrey. Or. At pleasant commencement praised the with the announcement the year-1 Kins Dennis Krai. It pleasant. High level of achieve was dedicated to her. She i Max Cannon. Winfield James Frey. Mon los attitude and behaviour and Book 1 retires this year. J Carthage 111. J a High Point in the suspense Gen a crated by announcements was the awarding of scholarship plaques the Wesleyan Independent Mer. J land Zeta Tau Alpha a on the men s j and women s scholarship honors t respectively. Robert Webb for the senior class presented a Cheek to Iowa j Wesleyan s living endowment fund. Juc Hodson Donne listen for quiz told the members they had set i pattern for those to follow. Devotions were by Fred Richard Maurice Davis presid it of the it pleasant and Paul Pennington Board picked out a few of the Crawfordsville both seniors. Nancy j achievements of the class collective Ritchie Robinson it pleasantly and individually for special men Sang accompanied by Brannon. Fort Madison. They Are seniors. Hjalmar Rockwell. Patricia Daun Roslyn Shirley Rose rude Charles Michael Rukgaber Rita Ann Russell Mary Ellen Sater Alfred David Savage Alice Dorothy Savage. Karol Jane Scarle. Linda Kay Scarff Patricia Louise Swartf. Patricia Joan Smith Shaffner Thomas Lee Shumaker Donna Mae Smith Gary dab Smith James Allen suavely Richard Paul Sommerfeld Kermit Allen Sperfslage Sara Ann Stanley. Joyce l. Steffensmeier. Carol Elaine Stephens. Sara Lee Sutton Haz-1swailes David Paul Timmy Annm. Carolyn Kay Tolson Jon Harold Trueblood. Katharine Winifred Ridinger was born december 21, 1393 in Henry county the daughter of John and Emma Kephart Ridinger. On february 2. 1927 she was married to Harry r Smith in it. Pleasant who survives. Also surviving Are a sister. Mrs. Fritz Wemmje a brother d. F. Thursday Ridinger both of it. Pleasant and Many nieces and nephews. 1 her parents two Brothers and two Sisters her. She had been an attendant at the mental health Institute for four years prior to her retirement in Augu. T of i960, due to ill health. Much Progress made in acquiring Industrial Parks and Addi tract of j payment of pledge tonal subscriptions to the Henry Complete the Blue Bird county Industrial development approximately 63 acres. I corporation will help the financial Blue Bird Likely will let contracts picture it was pointed out at a in the next Day or two for phases meeting of the Board of director of the to k preliminary to build ing the new Plant. This work May Start next week. Morning. At the moment $1,372 is needed to meet the obligation on the Industrial Park to the West of my j acquiring the 41 acre Industrial pleasant. This is the portion of Park West places the Industrial de the Husne farm left after Sale a Velnp ment corporation in a very Marilyn tion. He commended the class As a too whole. I Public interest. Freedom is pie Ujj women s Honor society an served Only through the people. 1 n0uplcrd the outstanding Fres lunch la the to it it Opic have the moral women Thuv Are Maribeth dress postmaster Smith elected to office by state group i supt. Formanek gave Reco Guition to the 50 year class of which 12 of i the 21 living members were present to r chive honorary diplomas. They i were Grace Roberts Harold Cobb Rusiniak Cook Baldwin. Harry Corcoran. Agnes King Moon. 1 Cecile Smith Williams Ruth and constitutional right to know or. Keokuk Sharon Adams Wal what is being done to their coun Jon. Go Mac f Arland it. Vernon try by their officials. Anyone Whoy. Von a or London Jean brings the truth to the surface is Vrooman Bettendorf Jacqueline Socle to on performing a service a no matter Kapp Patricia Waters and Kar n How ugly the truth May be. A la Ohmok a it. Pleasant. E t postmaster a land it 11 t. Smith was Schreiner Forbes Verna Westfall elected Secretary treasurer of tie Hall Harry Zink. Martha Van Brus j Iowa chapter of the National As sek Emery Burk t and Ruth Thor Slie was Active in the Green Mound Holty aim Twedy. Thomas Carls. Chireh a tre Nuro. Funeral services will be held saturday. May 27 at 1 . Cut j at the Green Mound Church with the Rev. Deian Ltd Stephens official j ing. Interment will be in Green j Mound cemetery. The casket will to get taken from the Wei cookes Home at 11 a m. St to the Church where it will remain until he services. Friends May Call at the Home As they desire. Van Tuyl. Rosetta Marie Vorhies. Roberta Pauline Watters. Ronald Wayne Welcher Larry John Wilk. Carol Elaine Williams Margaret Ann Wilson Walter William Wilt James Warren Young and Stephen Carl Young. To make count of walleyes made of a portion to the Blue Bird company. In addition funds will be needed for extending the 12-Inch water main and the sewer line from the we. T part of it. Pleasant to the Edge of the Blue Bird tract and for current expenses. Pledges outstanding a., the a it sult of the fido Campaign total $5,625 this financial and Industrial development Opportunity Campa i n favourable position. This Park will have a Street Extension of West Saunders and will Border this Street on both sides As Well As Border the Railroad track the corporation of is a 28 acre Industrial Park East on 34 East of Ontl adjacent to the curl Plant and also owns two Small Sites in it. Pleasant adjoining Railroad tracks. The remaining indebtedness of the Industrial Park East was Verv Sucick Ful. There Sti l of town is $9,000. Funeral of postmasters at the 800 the in it. Dodge this week. Was the Alcorn of West Union was pleasant High 32-member class of largest from it. School up to that pression and censorship voluntary to pied for qui est at the honors elected president succeeding Oscar time the valedictorian was Ruth an Effort will be made this evening at like Geode to determine the number and Progress of the walleyes in the Lake u conservation officer Rex it red a a shockers will be used in the Hartley presides at state meeting on this East tract the basement has been filled recently and Grad ing work done where the House formerly stood. The area is now ready for the Extension of the a rhe 80 acres was purchased from Cess Road eastward to the North remain however the payment of the pledges and the securing of additional contributions from a few sources. Ted hum for $45,000. Blue Bird bought 33 9 acres for $13,166 this left $26,834 to be paid by t South Road. Farming operations will be carried on the West track by Ted or involuntary Are evils in a Republic. Fortunately we have a Varie. Gated press which consists not1 generality Only of newspapers but includes 1 details magazines radio and television is and other Media of communications and therefore it is very asm ably were the i will become members of the so Hertel of Burlington. I the attendance at the meeting Forbes and the president or har test. Also a new spotlighting system will be Given a try. Totalled 358 the chapter has 925 of the truth but the members from among the 1,025 often Are withheld. That j postmasters in Iowa. Why the Teheran papers have j or and mrs. Smith of it plea not been published. Ant Victor Hesseltine of Wayland old Cobb. On behalf of the Iowa bar As conservation officials Socia tion Ben a. Galer presented to know More about Richard Hartley manager of the it. Pleasant chamber of Commerce Are eager presided at a state meeting of How the chamber of Commerce managers Henry county Industrial develop Huene under a lease. The Hueners ment corporation for the remain a Wall continue to reside in the ing 41 1 acres which becomes a House temporarily. The bar association medal for Good citizenship to Stephen Young walleyes stocked in the Lake last and secretaries at Burlington thurs year Are doing and How Many a Day. New Industrial Park. Fund on hand paid All of this amount except $1,872. The Blue Bird company bought Cornelia Van Brussel played the Pear to have survived. This will he was in charge of the sessions sufficient land 24 acres directly in connection with Industrial Park land available it is pointed out also that the Southeast Iowa Cooil native electric still owns a desirable tract adjacent to the copyright 1961. King feature and Leroy Erickson of Swedesburg Organ prelude and the processional be one of a series of surveys being 1 for those from towns and cities of i from the Southeastern Iowa co Blue Bird tract and near tin difficult real the Syndicate in i it tended the a Don and recessional Rev Alton Koch made in the state. 10.000 population or less i operative electric association to son property on 34 West
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