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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 21, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin We our it readers have to say. Chi will be any coma in t h i i la sunday journal times bulletin Paia Fer comment teed column la vol. 5-no. 14. Racine wis., sunday july 21, 1935. Circulation 19,500 wants improvement of Park Lake front. Dear editor i As Many thousands of the people in Racine agree with i a i a said that we have Al it Frank ave when we need picnic Parks it c it Cha ill i in ready been passed up by a Emai it try Kenosha. Their Beach to a Tifful As Well Asha. Very convenient Bhaiji Houte a been built Shore line fixed and a n is very pleasing to who they which i picnic Sha. But front. Which do not wish to go bathing. Also have several Parks a it a group could a e a swy Racine is larger than Kern they have beat us with the Park. In addition to the Lake for Quot t is the Island a r a Tould be improved for a per i ground. The Pool would be very convenient for people Vith Little children if it Wasny to so Slimy and Slippery at the Bottom. A few picnic tables could be set up under Trees. Many people who ilk to Jio picnicking can not afford to ult it to a different cite to enjoy a picnic. Vav he does t Racine do something there Are thousand of k Ope that could it. Yours very truly. 8. 8. Floyd ave protests action of hit run Driver dear editor y t would like to see this published i in the sunday bulletin so some cruel Driver might read it. The 3rd of july my daddy was struck Down by a run away Driver and seriously Hurt. He was taken to the St. Mary s Hospital but nothing could be done for him there so he wag sent to the Hospital in Madison not knowing How Long he will be Laid i think the least this cruel Driver could do is pick him up and take him to the Hospital and not leave him to suffer on the Street and it also Means the rest of the family is forced to go and Jive on the county because daddy was the Only provider. Thanks for the bulletin. W. L. Villa St state old age pension must pass says Reader dear editor May i have just a Small space in your valued column to make a comment on the old age pension i Hope our legislators at Madison realize they have the Fate of every old person eligible for a pension in the hollow of their hands. By voting for this old age pension at 65, they will free Wisconsin of All poor farms that Cost us a great Deal of Money and apply this on the old age pension besides making these inmates believe their is a god watching Over them again. And i am very a Ertain there would be less crime and suicides among older people if they were Independent. By aiding our old people we would be aiding the younger ones also by relieving them of a Burden. Many Young folks had to economize in order to lend a helping hand. It will be a Law that will be an Honor to our state and to the legislators who were responsible for this Law. I sincerely Hope. Dear editor you will print this As it Means so much to so Many people. Please accept my thanks in Advance. B. F. C. North main All but two of rare Goins in collection Story Brines Stream of scarce cents to collector. Racine photographer a snaps to four fire rigs As they respond to fake Call 26 years ago ambulance Drivers receive commendation dear editor i have been a constant Reader of the sunday bulletin since the first Issue and i surely appreciate the Many Fine features it contains \ a specially the letters from the readers. I have never used your column before but now i would like to express my appreciation for the Fine work that is being done by the Pollee officers who drive the ambulance. I had the misfortune to collapse in the Street a Short time ago and the ambulance was called it arrived within a very Short time and i he Drivers showed a great Deal of understanding of the situation. Instead of taking me to the Hospital As they might have done thus putting me to some expense they removed me to my Home and i must say that they exercised great care and consideration. I Hope you find room to print this As i have noticed that most of the letters contain a complaint of some kind and very few have a kind word to say. Thanks again for the bulletin. Please keep it up As it is very much appreciated. J. F Flett ave. Writes of theft of cripple s wagons dear editor t wonder if the average person will be provoked to As great extent As i was when he finishes leading this item. My ire just ascends to insurmountable degrees when the following incident conies to my mind there is a crippled Chap in our neighbourhood who has been deprived of the use of one leg since birth. Consequently since reaching adolescence he has been forced to convey himself about tile City by a is of pushing himself with the taming foot in a roller coaster agon. It just so happens that Quot Al it it a year ago this fellow s Wagon was stolen from him. Now that was the most vile trick that anyone could conceive. But to surpass such cunning and deceit this identical occurrence befell this lad last week for the second time within a year now i know that the individual turn to Page 4. Col. 4 fire squad kibitzer runs into bad Lurk Toledo or a a. George voting a Ling Kapp , former City safety director earned his nickname by indefatigable kibitzing to in the fire department. Every time an alarm jangled ting a Ling grabbed his rubber coat and red helmet and swung onto the Hose Wagon As it roared nto the Street. Finally his a kibitzing Quot landed him in the Hospital with a broken leg. The fire truck he was Riding hit a brewery truck. In a Hospital Kapp scoffed at a of retiring to and announced he would return to his fire a spiking a a soon As he in discharged. R chinese rent wives for 5c to so a month Kaveh Ang China Olp a fit it dollars a month is All it take to rent a Good wife Here or rather that tall it did take until authorities caught up with a vice ring. John p. Roberts that Small cent or Penny collection we wrote about some weeks ago been growing apace since that time and now boasts All but two of the 2 3 4 Small pennies of various dates and mint Marks issued since the year 18 56. This is largely due to the stimulus of the bulletin Story which rallied several real collectors to our Aid and caused others to Render valued assistance. For instance we lacked a 1314 Denver Lincoln Penny which William tanking insurance agent kindly furnished making our 75-piece Lincoln set Complete. A vacation trip to new York provided the scarce 1909 a Oso Lincoln it being probably the Only one of the kind around Here. The Penny Cost us 50 cents but we were glad to pay it and tried to Gring others Home to fill out collections of friends. The Coin dealer would not part with More than one to a collector however and you had to Register your name before you could get the Penny. Collects i Meta n pennies. When the Lincoln set was nearly Complete we went into the Indian Penny Field which has 59 varieties and already have All hut two of them. One lacking is an easy Eagle Penny of 1858 and the other is the rare 18 56 Penny which we probably never will get. Indian pennies coinage of which started in 1 864. Are not in general circulation now hut you can still run across people who have Cigar boxes full of them put away and who will be glad to help you if you have one of the popular Penny cards. The scare dates in the indians Are 1856, 1861, 1871, 1872 and 18 77. A Man named Longacre designed the Indian Penny and his initial Quot la appears on the hair ribbon of the Indian on All issues excepting the Early Issue of 18c4. The a old 1864 Penny is apparently scarcer than the first Issue As it costs from 80 cents to $1.25 while the unmarked Penny of that Date can he picked up for a Quarter in j excellent condition. Frisco mints scarce. Only two Indian dates were minted in the san Francisco mint and they Are scarce and expensive. Most of the dealers Are looking for pennies of that Date with the a Oso mint Mark. The 1909 Penny last of the indians brings 90 cents if it carries the �??� while the 190s with the �??� brings 60 cents. The 1871, 1872 and 1877 Cost the card collector around $1 each. Alderman Charles Duffy and Paul Fromholtz who has donated Many articles to the Public museum and started any number of boys in various hobbies gave us some splendid big pennies As w Ell As other Fine United states coins so our collection is really growing. The Large cents offer a Field which would test the patience of any collector As there Are so Many of them. Some years Between 1793 and 1857. There were As Manx tas a dozen varieties issued and the real collector has to get one of a h. I. Real collector. William tanking by the Way has gone into Lincoln pennies in a big Way. He goes Over wholesale hatches of those received by the local Hanks from outlying stores and has the finest and largest collection we have seen. Bill is big hearted and is supplying policemen mall carriers and Hank clerks with a hard to get numbers. Lieut. Arthur j. Muhlke and clerk Otto Neitzel of the police department report their collections of Lincoln and indians Are growing while chief Lutter is confining his Hobby to the lincolns. He will not put any Penny on his Hoard unless he actually finds it himself so we predict it will he some time before he fills its 75 holes. In All the thousands of pennies or. Tanking has examined he a not yet located a 1909 �?�8�?� Nii baled Penny and says he has about Given up Hope. He has found three almost equally scarce 1914 Denver mint lincolns and any number of 190? �?�8�?t pennies without the initials. One thing the Penny Hobby nos out is that you can never who has been struck by it you Are hit yourself. After t Penny Story appeared we by letters asking radio a Ohms Quot to form club Many Racine amateurs need organization it is stated. Promotes cock fights with covered spurs students earn own education St. Lou i ?" up a debutantes in evening gowns and shirt sleeved men mingle easily within the dining room of a Little known hotel outside the City limits. In the Center of the Small dance 5q from Racine finance floor a squared ring not unlike a prize fight ring is erected. It is there although outlawed in Missouri As Well As All the other states that the sport of cock fighting May be found at its height. Eddie the proprietor has Little fear of police. The Birds that fight in Liis Arena Wear pads Over their w a through University. With he purpose of starting an Amateur radio operators to club in Racine. Anthony de Rose 1426 Milwaukee Avenue and several their spurs and because of this pre other amateurs Are working on the i plans for forming the new organization. They desire that every j licensed Amateur radio operator interested in a club Call either or. De Rose at Jackson 1797 or Amateur stations w9s811, w9kzz, w9kzu, and w9kyl. Want too Mem la ers. All of these stations will be glad to give any information concerning the new club. Unless a majority of the More than too amateurs to of crate it will be impossible to form the club said or. De Rose. Several years ago Racine had an Amateur radio club which soon crumbled because of the Lack of co operation and licensed members. A out Throat Competition on the air a of bootlegging by unlicensed operators and desire of persons interested in the Progress of Amateur radio in Racine have been cited As the reason for wanting a club. No definite arrangements have vet been made As to place and the time of the first meeting. A Oas soon As enough amateurs show their willingness to join we will have our first meeting a declared or. De Rose. A club could also help unlicensed operators pass their examinations and curb unlawful visage of the Amateur air lanes. City has Many amateurs. Rex Munger. Of a wholesale radio parts company has said that at a recent Quot Ham feast a Ohamm is the technical term used for Amateur sponsored by neighbouring cities. Racine had the greatest turnout. A judging from the attendance at these outside gatherings. It is strange to learn that Racine has no organization of its own. I Ani sure Racine could have a very successful club with All of the amateurs which they have a he explained. Caution no injuries Are suffered. They won to interfere a says Eddie a Oas Long As we done to abuse the ?� memories Tell of first Park sport Leader compares present playgrounds with Lewis Field. By Armin Raha in an a smiling athletic looking gentleman who helped and watched the growth of inter City and playground sports activities in Racine reminisced a bit about the Early 1900s when Lewis Field was the Only official Park playground. Now by Dorothy Mcguire so Many students Are sending themselves through College. Of tile probable 200 Racine students now at the University of Wisconsin at Madison 50 Are financing their own education. One Racine Young Man now to enrolled at the University is engaged in three a of jobs besides the major work of acquiring an education. He has an Fera Job research work in his own line of study As is the j practice of the Fera in its relations with students. He Waits on table thereby earning his three meals a Day. He has a a of room Job in an apartment House aiding in sweeping the Halls and other tasks which provide his lodging. Interviewed yesterday he said j a Oit is possible for any High school graduate to go to the University even if his family does not have the Means. He should first get in touch with the student employment Bureau at Madison. The rest of the problem can he worked out satisfactorily if he is in Earnest about getting an education. It really Isno to ?� varied jobs. One Racine boy is a librarian and a waiter another is a Butcher in his a spare time one is a typist woman Miner scorns men s ideas on labor Cadiz ?" a Ohio to Only woman Coal Miner is on another rampage. The International labor conference at Geneva recently expressed its opposition to female labor and Drew a fiery retort from miss Oda Mae Stull Coal Miner. A Oise a to that just what you to expect from a Bunch of men a the 32-year-old woman said. Miss Stull was barred from working in her Coal mine last Winter by the Ohio Bureau of mines. She filed suit for damages and has been on the a a War path since. A ruling by attorney general John w. Bricker enables Stull to return to her mine Job next fall. 30,000 cavort in playgrounds High record attendance reported in youth activities. There Are eight playgrounds for the safety entertainment and the j in the agricultural department an a Barber. Some do Odd Railroad in desert i ses diesel motors Ash Kha bad ?" a steam locomotives previously used on the railroads traversing the arid Sands of turkmen a Are being replaced by diesel locomotives. The change became necessary because Many trains had to carry water for hundreds of Miles to insure uninterrupted work of the locomotives while diesel engines consume Little water. At present 18 diesel locomotives Are in use on the line Between Kras Novosk and Chard Huy. They pull heavy train loads of Oil. Cotton Grain fruit and other cargo. This Experiment has proved that the diesel locomotives Are better than steam locomotives not Only because they require Little water but because they Are More powerful and speedy and use less fuel. They have acquired the reputation of the Hest locomotives for the desert. By Tell until our i w Ere besieged about the values of certain issues. All these were turned Over to c. T. Dryz of the Racine seed amp pet an organization engaged in the store who sent the writers a Valu wife renting business was discovered and its activities definitely wiped out by local police. The highest Price a Aid to have charged for a rented wife was $ j. A . Tile cheapest spouse was available for a mete 5 cents. Action Sheet. He says he had to order six dozen More Lincoln and Indian Penny cards after the appearance of that Story the Hanks air of a ked us to warn them the tic w Ltd to p Annex on writing a Penny Story. Many mental ailments found among workers Dallas text a fully of per cent of All persons employed Iii american industries suffer from varying degrees of emotional or mental 111 health according to or. H. L Pritchett professor of sociology at Southern methodist University. Many men and women who Are highly successful in business and Are entirely rational none the less suffer from emotional maladjustment. Pritchett said. Relatively few persons Are engaged in the Type of work they really wish to follow Hgt said. Most persons arc is the. 3 p he a use of compulsion or circumstance. Physical welfare of Racine children. George Miller assistant playground director at Lewis Field who comes every Day to the Park Between the hours of 3 and 6 in the afternoon to teach Young and older boys How to correctly run. Jump hurdle do gymnastic tricks and other athletic exhibitions was responsible for developing several local athletes of a decade or two ago and Many men who were or Are on the police Force. A oin 1912 when i was first appointed As sort of a coach at Lewis ?� or. Miller explained a owe had no inter Park Competition As this was the Only suitable playground in the City instead we had clubs which came Down Here to practice and engage in tournaments. These Tams included the y. M. C. Central Side club and the finnish social athletic club. Field same today. A othe Field is practically die same today As it was then except that we had a track a sixth of a mile Long which is no longer in use. Over on the West Side there was an Island called scout Island. That s where the first Racine scout groups held their drills and ?� High jumping discuss and 12-Pound shot throwing dashes hurdling. Basketball and volleyball games were some of the sports in which much interest was shown at that time. The method of placing boys and girls in different classes has changed. Instead of grouping them according to their Ages they were placed in classes according to their weights. The reason for this practice was that it would give the smaller boys who were the same age As their More robust playmates an Opportunity to show their wares a classes were conducted every morning from 9 to 12 for boys and girls. Mrs. Blake was in charge of the girls. Their program included Sand and Clay modelling Basket weaving basketball and Volley Hall games and gymnastic stunts. Liked gymnasium a buy. Or. Miller first became interested in gymnastics when he was 12 years old. He joined the old y. M. C. A. Which was then located at j Howell and sixth streets. He is now 49 years old having spent 37 years of his life in the sporting i world. A Oit is very hard to break away from athletics once you get into ?� he confessed. A besides it keep on in Good physical condition of. Mill a also was physical instructor at the Central As to turn to Page 9. Column 4 doctor lives in Penthouse quaint Structure built in Spanish style on apartment roof. By Sid Kaye. Racine to Only Penthouse is on top of a 4 c. Story apartment building at 1024 South main Street. To is a Brick and Cement walled stricture of Spanish style containing a living room Den Kitchenette and Bath and has a Large porch which the present Lessee has screened off for a gymnasium. When the building was erected Urdas. In the Winter they shovel a Large single unit was placed on other is jobs such As pressing suits on sat horse drawn vehicles prove excitement for big crowd. By see m. See Twenty six years ago a Telephone Call was received by the fire department from Milwaukee Avenue near state Street. Four fire companies responded those serving the North and West portions of the City. There was a Clatter of steel shoes of the horses mix i with the noise of the steel tired vehicles As they were dragged Over the crude pavements. Every a Liz turned out to witness the run. There was no shrieking of sirens As now but the Din was just As great. Arriving at the scene the firemen found there was no fire and the run was a false one. Some of the men still in the service Well remember that trip. John a. Hood eccentric plier took advantage of the run to get a picture of the four rigs that responded. No 2 first in line. Those were the Days we then the Hose reels still were in use. No. 2 company located on state Street is shown at the in the picture. That company had not been supplied with the modern Hose wagons As yet. Capt William Butterfield later elevated to assistant chief la on the front with the Driver Harry Martin who left the department and went up to the Northern part of the state. On the footboard on the rear of the cart is Billy Orth on the left and George Jorgenson to the right. The second Rig from the left la the downtown company combination Hose and chemical. Capt. Edward Hoffman a shown at the right of the Driver Frank Strewler on the front seat while Joe dood now retired is seated on the ladder Hack of Hoffman with Sam Mcilrath at the extreme right. Hie a a Peter b. Nelsons next. There was but one Hook and ladder truck in service in those Days. It was named the a Peter b. Nelsons and is show second from the Ben Cape was Captain of the truck company and is shown on the front seat with the late chief Clarence Gillen As his Driver. John Cisco who acted As lineman for the department is shown at til. ->1 in the rear. No. 4 Hose company is shown at the right with capt. Mccarthy on the seat with the Driver who has not been identified. Peter Joachim is shown Between them in the rear and at the extreme right is Frank born. Snow and tend furnaces in the Spring they mow lawns Weed gardens and do other jobs. Some get the Odd jobs on their own initiative others Are a Oon Calls at the student employment Bureau for any kind of work that develops. One student May he tutoring another for his own tuition during the coming year. Or he or she May be taking care of Young children for an evening now and then. He May be doing sales work on the Street or assisting at banquets. The University so these students say makes every Effort to help the worthy Young men and women to achieve their goal. May receive Loans. The registrar s office takes care of All requests for government Loans for maintenance and fees. Applications Are made there by prospective students who have no Means of paying their Way through University. In Many cases the Loans a made and the students need not begin to repay the loan until after commencement. Residents of Madison have a kindly attitude toward the students and co operate willingly with the students to employment Bureau when they have work to he done. A top with the idea of having it As a recreation room for children of those having apartments. A year and a half ago. A Bachelor doctor who had travelled All Over the world and had developed ideas and Hob i Hies All of his own As to How where and under what conditions he wanted to live came to Racine and saw it. Having set his mind on a Penthouse he induced the owner to alter the Interior and build necessary additions to make it suitable for apartment purposes. Oriental style used. With the completion of the Penthouse the doctor leased it furnished and decorated it in Oriental style. Paintings etchings tapestries and draperies from the far East adorn the Walls and archways. On the floor Are rugs from Persia and Turkey while Wood carvings. Incense burners and embroideries from China and Japan brie a Brae from the four Corners of the Earth Camel bags from Persia ornament the tables and Corners of the room. Antiques to he found in the apartment include japanese swords said to he too years old chinese mandarin Robes and other collect Cine Industrial business proves Lions. One of the unusual House clonal and manufacturing employers quite often provide summer work for students to Aid them in financing the coming school year. Requires stamina. It is pointed out that if a student must spend from three to five hours a Day on maintenance jobs and an additional two hours each on each subject he is studying the process requires commendable stamina. It frequently Means that he must give up inviting outside activities and social affairs Hilt he realizes that in this regard he has plenty of company and the objective is Worth the sacrifice. Little snobbery exists in a University town where today s waiter at your table May be tomorrow s Diplomat where the demure nursemaid might easily become the first lady of the land where the janitor in your apartment House might become your future employer. It is like Lead taking shape for current use Only to be refolded into another form. Hold effects is a folding screen covered with hotel posters from principal cities of the world that the owner visited Over a period of years. The occupant living alone prepares his own meals takes his daily Sun Baths without fear of interruptions his daily gymnastic exercises on the porch after an arduous Day in the office and then comfortably rests under a canopy of stars refreshed by the Cooling breezes that sweep Over the tops of surrounding Trees and the building while those living on lower Levels Are sweltering in the heat. 19-Pound infant born Henry ?" a a 19-Pound daughter has been Bosn to or. And mrs. Everett Yates. The baby Tiri was their seventh child six of then Quot in my. U. S. Refuses letters with picture address mans i eld Ohio a Sidney l. Palmer Secretary of the Mansfield Community fund had an idea for flattering friends but postal authorities did no to like it. Palmer sent letters to the Community fund to executive Board which bore the member s picture but no name or address. Postal officials took one look at them stamped the letter a insufficient address and sept th1? a a to their origin. Establishing a record High in weekly attendance this summer More than 30,000 children visited the City playgrounds last week. With last week to activities the miss summer playground season passed j its half Way Mark and looked for a Ward to the second part of its schedule. As a result of last week to City wide track meet held at Lew is Field on Friday afternoon Many of the successful contestants Are sporting red White or Blue ribbons As evidence of their prowess in one of the numerous events. Hundreds of Junior track enthusiasts from every to part of the City forgot bathing suits and fish poles and journeyed to Lewis Field prepared to prove that the climate on the North Side tended to produce far better dash men than the South Side or vice versa. With playground pet shows out j right in the picture of the Way and All of the dogs White mice and cats left to their own devices for another year playground leaders were free to turn i their attention to a Hobby ??� i the handcraft classes Hae been supplied with additional material with w hich to permit Small boys to j further follow their respective Bents in various types of modelling. Not a few to of the boys have taken seriously w hat started out to be just something to substitute for i mumbled Peg and shelves of technical books have found themselves with increased patronage. Model boat and Kite making Are j especially receiving the attention of the youngsters. Kites to soar soon. Some time this week play leaders will hold Kite flying contests on their Parks thereby reviving an Art popular with our grandfathers. In a wind sufficiently Strong to Send even the largest Kite soaring Over neighbourhood House tops Home made and commercial kites will vie with each other for flying honors. Kites will be judged for their size their oddness and skillful workmanship. The hundreds of Model boats which clutter up cellars and attics will he Given an Opportunity to show off their trim lines to an and i mining audience at the zoo Lagoon on Friday at 2 p. In. There will be a sailing contest to determine the fastest boat. Inasmuch As All i boys Are naturally curious to know to what the other fellow to has been building Down in his cellar All last Winter All Model boats a with or without propelling Force Are Welcome. This week also. Punch and Judy shows will squeak and Battle their Way with resounding whacks into prominence with attentive Young audiences. The first few Days will necessarily be devoted to the making of the legless cloth actors. Some of the playgrounds will choose to Lea a punch and Judy to the obscurity with which the twentieth Century has enveloped them and will instead find it More interesting to represent modern characters. From old socks and Odd bits of cloth Mustache Curling mortgage holders Beautiful heroines and lantern Jawed heroes Are almost certain to come to life. To stage play lets. Where suitable one act plays have been found they will presented sometime this week in conjunction with paper doll and hat shows. Where efforts to bring to the Public Eye singers dancers and instrument players have proved successful the playgrounds will hold Amateur shows. Last week the Sandbox at Douglas Park was transformed by tiny hands into a Small dutch Village. With an Eye to detail and Beauty the children carefully and patiently built windmills houses Tulip Beds and canals. Tiny dutch dolls at continued on Page 2, col 5 Rumania attempts to teach America taste for caviar Bucharest a a the rumanian government is reported As trying to balance its unfavourable Trade returns with the United states by the Sale of caviar a new Industry to. It is not generally known that Rumania next to Russia is the w Orlds to greatest producer of caviar. Rumanian caviar is produced about 30,000 pounds last year in the fisheries where the Danube flows into the Black sea. Woodies lose itch but Appeal wanes Toronto ?" a discovery of British Woolen manufacturers of a method to treat Wool to prevent Quot itchiness in underwear comes too late to be of any great value a manager of a local knitting firm declares. A people who have become accustomed to silk Cotton and combined fabrics next to their skin will not now turn to Woolen underwear simply because it does not itch a he said a and the Strong outdoors to men who still Wear Long woo lies to demand an itch. So it looks like the discovery is a bit too late. Accident fills Lake with 25,000 Trout Jasper ?" a a Small unnamed Lake in the Rocky mountains near Canada to great Jasper National Park is teeming with fish today because of a horse. The horse one of a train carrying 250,000 speckled Trout fingerlings in cans for planting in a Ligne Lake in the Park fell into a Boggy Creek which flows into a Small Lake releasing thousands of the tiny fish. Sportsmen expect to make Good catches in the Lake for years to come. Farmer loses All Monroe City ?" or a Ray Young is this county to candidate for any prize that is posted for the season to costliest and most thrilling Accident. Attempting to Ford a Stream Young lost of i it horse All of a farm Wagon except two wheels and a Wallet conf Abbing 300

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