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14PAGES THE HERALD.______ you have no use for at home. A small classified ad in The Herald will tell him where you live. Devoted to the Upbaidtig of the Wpst Bide of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper.''-MANUFACTRERS RECORD. L. XXIX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1922. No. 36 jiigs of New Orleans Folks I SIDE COUPLES WHO EN ?pED THE STATE OF MAT IJMONY DURING WEEK. REANE1Y-Jol,1. I The wedding of Miss Edna Jolly to Mr. Roy A. Reaney wa+ celebrated at St. Anthony's Church, Rev. Walsh officiating. The attendants were I Ms Antoinette Meurden and Mr. Mat Brodtman. 1 HOTARI--MORVA T. Miss Lillian Mary Hotard. (laugh tsr of Mrs. Albert B. Hotard was quietly married to Mr. Camille Morvant of Thibodaux on Tuesday afternoon at the church of the Holy Pame. The attendants were Mr. sad Mrs. Nat. W. Bond. The bride who Is a charming young lady was given in marriage by her mother, Mrs. A. E. Hotard. rev. A. M. Cotter performed the ceremony. During the signing of the register, Miss Georgina Herbert rendered a solo. The young couple. "who were the recipients of many handsome and easiy presents, left immediately after the ceremony for Gulfport, to spea their honeymoon. They will lide in Thibodaux, where the sgos is a promising young lawyer. BSOMETHING NEW." Os Thursday, January 31, 1922. Troop 32 Boy Scouts of America of Algiers, will give a Block Dance. This I the first dance of this kind ever Mued In this community and for that reases a large crowd is expected. The pareds of said dance will be used lar seamer camp funds and this be g the case, everyone is expected to tart out and make this event a grand THE HUMMERL. Mrs. A. A. Decker entertained The .; . at her home' Thursday, ·h65th, 1922.-A most enjoyable was had by all who attended. wY furnished and games were The suessful Dlayers were Ceolane Hughes and Mrs. M. Miss M. Qainlan won the ths. participating were the Tolley, M. Richards, J. O. C. 8. Vt, M. sehorr, Han A. A. Deslier, MR Y. Daanty retrlshmets were ( ATTENDANCE RECORD. - i'-lP Ouset Butcher, daughter i- Mr, and Mrs. H. D. Butcher, 411 -IýIra street, is believed to hold s. shool attendance championship m the city. Evelyn wio is 12 years 'Wi it a pupil in the Sixth grade of j lsPwile School where she won Sperfect attendance cards. S4k alAmmdance card is given for one i ls" perfeot attendance, no tardles -Tl 1M aexcuses for part time as. ines, Fourteen cards cover seven Sý. t MARDI •RAS NUGrIT. :. the entertainments of Mardi t, will be that of the Uiberty b, at the Alhambra Club in A real, sood jamss hand eanaged and the committee promins everyone that at ral, good time. Don't you the good time you had at indse. Wel comoe to this one will never forget. ýJNCLE SAM'S WOMEN CHIEFS r(i ^; 7t r ' 1 .' .. . worw areaow"holding offices in the goreraumet at Wsiý ofI h---.-- down to typists.. Above are some of the 'IRiof £,C~efo s itmecau; (2) Miss Magiy N " -s urea. LborDepaw~mrnt; (3) Mrs. MahsI aisesey general; (4) M~rs. "Ne~. era srp L~i~ £5) Dr.. V alacla arlkew Youth's Skul Fractured By Highwayman's Blow Struck on the head by a highway man Monday night. Leo Goldblatt, 19 years old, a wireless operator. was sent to Charity Hospital with a fractured skull and his condition pronounced serious. Goldblatt told the police he was walking on the levee near Alix street when a highwayman jumped from behind the levee and struck him on the head. The higwayman ran when he screamed for help. Goldblatt said. -REGISTRATION RILANKS TO READY FEB. 1. A. S. Cain, registrar of voters Saturday announced that John Fisher manager of !)ameron-Pierson and Company had notified him that of ficial registration blanks would no. be ready for two weeks and prob ably not until February 1. As a result and because of the in junction secured against Mr. Cain in the Civil District curt restrain ing him from issuing temporary reg istraton papers the work of reg istering persons must stop until the official blank- are ready and all those who registe.ed will have to re register Mr. Cain said. What effect this will have on the special elections contemplated is not known. Just when they will be held is not known either. BIRTHDAY SURPRINE. A very pleasan' birthday surprise was tendered Mi. Ed. Stenger on Tuesday evening, Jan. 10th, at his home in Pacific Avenue, many guests were present and a good time enjoyed by all. Dancing was in dulged in and an abundance of re freshments served. The home was prettily decorated for the occasion. Guests met Mr. Stenger as a sur prise as he entered his home. Vocal selections were rendered by Mr. H. L. Maurras, baritone of NeW Or leans, as well as Teddy Mnssacchia. Paul Millet entertained the guests with his original Oriental dance of Egypt, accompanied by Val Ring and Mrs. Lauricella. i Those present were Misses Amelia Donnelly, Leah Schroeder, Augusta Calhoun, Blanche and Agnes Me Closkey, Vivian Vallette, Honors and Estella Thates, Mabel Comeaux, Mrsaret and Pansey Watkins, M. Gorman, Eugeaia Thates, I. Huntley. restei McCoed Malie and Eathlte Stenier. Mers. Teddy massabela, Paul Millet, Val Ring. Louis Clabert, J. Hadley. Mat Cal houn, H. Maurras, C. and G. Moss, Ed. Berkel, Stanley Baker, Willie and Ignatius Stenger, Lesley Mc Mahon, Ed. German, Hillary Schroe r der, R. Comeaux, Mrs. M. Stenger, Mrs. O. Bourgeois, Mr. and Mrs. P. 1 Comesau, Mr. and Mrs. F. Lauricella > and baby Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stenger. INSTAILAION OF OFFICERS " On Monday night J. C. Root Camp s held their regular installation of of * flcers, the following being installed: -. B. Haight. C. C.; P. H. Choate, P. I C. C.; . .. Poise. A. L.; C. O. Keen, beaker; Albert Tufts, eterk; F. L. Ja got, escort; U. Alberta, watchman; E. Templet, setry; Dr. W. H. Weaver, physician; D. E. ghareevy, C. M. Cas i sanova, H. J. Keogh, managers. HERALD ON SALE. SARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE SO THAT IN THE FUTURE THE HERALD t MAY BE PURCHASED IN * THE CITY FROM WAI LACE, o05 ROYAL STREET. S BLOCKING IT eeseo 000ý ý 00ý 0 0 0000 o I'I ,..,. 7 --, *--7i °JI- •.s.,. 1i-'°:j-'` b Methodist Church NotesV II -Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor. ResideMce 86 Olivier, Phone Alg, 188. it There was only one service at d our Church last Sunday, the eleven o'clock hour. This service was well' attended and was full of interest. The Junior Choir rendered two t anthems. In addition to this, Mrs. Sanford Hebert and Miss Orrie 'n Summers sang a beautiful duet in Is which the chorus was supported by y Mr. Hebert and Dr. Fay. The Pas ` tor's subject was the "Good Sheph- 1 - erd." as recorded in John 10 Chap ter. AL the time for our evening wor- I ship every body went to the Gipsy Smith meeting and every body got In who could. The Pastor and Mrs. Wier L ppened to be in the class for whom there was no room. This i was disappointing and at the same time it was gratifying to know that so many were attending the big meeting. This meeting has attracted a more comment than any meeting that has been in New Orleans for a long time. Every one is com menting on it one way or another. Some have said something about the cost of the meeting. -This is, of coarse, a considerable item, but it is worth it. Some have said that Otpsy Smith was to recpive $190, 000.00 eor b'' service. This is an error. He is to receive no stipulated amount. All that he will receive will be a free will offering on the last night of the meeting. Besides this ofering, it is estimated that there will be an expense account of approximately $25,000.00 which la is taken care of by the basket col lection. The Algiers Congregaion i taking considerable interest in the I. meeting. We have thirty-five mem ýp bers in the big Choir. You are in t-. vited to go as often as you can do I: so. It is a great meeting viewed P. from every angle. n, PERSONALS. a- Last Sunday the Pastor an B. nounced the transfer of the mem rr, bership of Mr. and Mrs. S. . M. Kerr is- from the Heights Christian Church, Houston, Texas. In addition to the formal letter, the pastor gave a personal testimony of the worth of E these good people. They reside on N DeArmas near Dehrman Avenue. Mrs. Armstrong and Miss Ione N Armstrong of. Sedus, La., are the guests of Dr. andl Mrs. R. L. Riley, E, 237 Bermuda Street, lor the Gipsy Smith maeeting. A great many nice things have been said by the various teads about the Christmas number of the Algiers Herald. Every body realises that it meant much time and re search to give such an array of facts concerning us. The Church Conference gave a vote of thanks that was conveyed to the Editor, Dr. C. V. Kraft, by the Secretary of the Conference. A copy of this resolution was ordered to be placed upon our minutes to become a part of our history. We are not certain when we can get into the new Church. We are planning to ring our fine bell, play our new pipe organ and occupy our new pieaou all the same day, which will not be uhtil some time in February as the organ is not promised until February 15. The preparation Class for mem bership of Children for the Church will meeet next Friday at 3:30 p. m. Services next Sunday at 11 a. m. As we will call off at night we hope to see a large crowd In the morn ing. Bring yovr nighbors. Mount Olivet Church Car. leMea ad OlvIi , New Ge ims, I., ae. 3 Thomn Telsphme *g. si. Rev. Thomar ]eanet CHl6ord, rec tar. Telephome, blgrs 312. Services for at Sunday as fel iowas: 7:30 a. m., celebratioa of the Holy Communam (tull eeoral) and sermea; 9:30 a. m., Sunday BSeheel; 7:30 p. m. This service will be emitte dwang the moath t Jnusary. (~tued ea wege 4) SCHOOL BELLS RINGING A BELLEVILLE NOTES. The Red Cross course "Health in the Home" will be completed this 'week. The attendance at these LE classes has been very regular and wI those who have been attending find wi the course a most helpful one. M alh McDONOGH NO. 5 SCHOOL. gi Regular Christmas spirit prevailed sh between the First Grade and Kin- Ti dergarten. The Kindergarten made sil toys for each child in the First Grade. The boys received rolling toys, Ci hobby horses; the girls, dolls and spinning tops. The First Grade in d, return sent a Christmas card made su by the children to thank the Kin- '3 dergarten. Each teacher was pre- n( sented with a painted flower vase m made by the Kindergarten, while - each of the first grades sent a in Christmas card. ra Mr. Dowling, Phybical Director and Mr. Beier of the Department of Physical Training visited the school L Thursday to test the fifth grade in R chinning and all-up-relay. L Pupils of Fifth Grade who made perfect score in spelling in third quarter test are: Steve Bruno, Di metre Cassieh, Vivian Fourroux, Alice Hibb .. - Perfect in Arithmetic-Herbert 0 Fitch, Vivian Fourroux. The following children of the Sec ond Grade scored perfect: Camille C Palisi, Jennie Louise Baan, Antton- B ette Orlando, Ceaater Hotard, Helen Bordelon, Thomas Fears. James Brechtel, Larry Higgins, Clifton Wahl, Roy Lands, Merril Diket, Peter A Steib. There will be a meeting of the Parents' Co-operative Club, Thurs day, January 12th, 1922, at 2:30. There will be a speaker to address the gathering. The 63-inch indoor baseball team will play the Crossman School on Friday. h ADOLPH MEYER. Our school re-opened last Mon- p day morning after the Christmas Holidays with a goqd attendance. p All were glad to resume the regular , work. As the first term closes and promotions take place on January 27, it behooves all parents to see B that their children attend regularly and prepare all their work in a creditable manner if they hope to l be promoted. L Parents are requested to note that b all children who will be six years old by April 1, 1922, can be ad. mitted into the grades at the be- I ginning of the new term, Janunary 30. Pupils seeking admission shb lid be vaceinated before entering. J The pupils of the Eighth Grade A visited their respective High J Schools last Wednesday afternoon. B Mass Karr accompanied the girls while Miss Vaughan took care of the d boys. The pupils were welcomed by tl the teacher giving instructions as u to the election of their studies, I registered, and encouraged to attend I High School regularly. Mr. G. C. Thompson, a member of the Rotary h Club, who, with five other repre sentatives from the same club, came 'C to entreat them to tread the long, li long, trail of High School life with ramness and determination. Mr. J. L M. Gwinn, Superintendent of Schools A addressed the boys also. Later, the A President of the Warren Easton Co operative Club told the boys to pay t no attention to the many harsh rumors that they would hear con cerning the teachers and the work, I that for the most part, they were I false. She asked the boys to think C seriously of what a High School eda ,catio would mean to them, and in later life how proud they would be I to be able to say "I finished Warren I Euston High School." I Our closins exercises will be held a on Thursday, January 26, 1922, at I the Polly Theatre at 2 p. m. AU parents, tremds and patrons will be a sent admit cards as is our nsual cus- A tomern. No oen wil be permitted to 8 etrer without a card Miss Carolne Albert, Music Super- I visor spent the day with us last I The iaiewigS epups were perseit 1 ICCEPIS POSITION IN CUBA The many friends of Mr. Edward a Le Blanc are glad to hear that he E was successful in securing a position L with a sugar corporation in Cuba, , Mr. Le Blanc was formerly of Don- A ildsonville, having moved to Al- t tiers about five months ago. Dur- I ing this short time he won the friend- F ;hip of many young men of our town. I This was due to his wonderful dispo ;ition. Mr. Le Blanc expects to be in : Cuba for at least seven months. n Although his friends regret his E departure, they wish him all the C success in the world. We feel as- I sured that this corporation could D not have selected a more competent man than Mr. Le Blanc. In the weekly tests in Spelling and rapid Arithmetic: Arithmetic. c Eighth Grade B-Elsie Trudeau, Laurence Stenger, Fred Collette, Rhea Trudeau, Mazie Brei'ling, . Lorentz Bellinger, Joseph Born. Seventh Grade A-Arthur Hotard, 1 William Zeringue. I Seventh Grade B-Amelia Serpas, Jennie Scott, Joseph Breitling,. Ione Cox. Sixth Grade A-Essie Clement. George Tierney, Raymond Grund meyer. Sixth Grade B-Cecil Wattigney, Chester Sutton, Ulisse Wattigney, Ben Cantin. Fifth Grade A-Ethel Maronge, I Clemmie Smith. Fifth Grade B-Lydia Campbell, Arthur Danos, Leroy Cooper. i Fourth Grade A-Raymond Wat tigney, Floyd Guillot, Lucien Esnard. Fourth Grade B-John Hammond, Jackson Molaison, John Heurtin, Marie Ory. Third Grade A-Allen Edgecombe, Harold Wall, Marie Hebert, Alice H7ynes, Tom Baudean, Muriel Galling house, Leighton Bergeron, Margherite Robichaux, Merlyn Smith. Third Grade B-llen Sutherland, Isabel 'Hebert, Amanda Hebert, Alvin Wattigney. Third Grade A-William Brechtel, Frank Hotard, Gladys Crabtree, Ruth Waick, William May. Third - Grade B-Florence eddy, Neil Maronge, Rhea Simon, Mathilda Richards. Second Grade-Caliste Bourgeois, William Whelan, Wilbert Campbell, Rodney Duhon, Arthur Baudean, Leah Baling, Louise Pujol, Anna M. Menetree, Melba Campbell. spellen Eigth Grade B-Elsie Trudeau, Marion Edgecombe, Rhea Trudeau. Seventh Grade A-Leola Umbach, Arthur Hotard, cWidlislm Zerlngab, Joseph Costello. Seventh Grade B-Amelia Serpas, Jennie Scott, Joseph Breiting, Elizabeth Costella. Sixth Grade A-Ben Cantin, Gur don Camus; George Demarest, Mar tha Schlneter, Angeline Chagnard, Ulisse Wattigney, Cecil Ooleman, Francis Tralia, Mildred Campbell, Dennis Keogh. Sixth Grade B--George Tierney, Mary Nepveux. Fifth Grade A-Ethel Maronge, Clemmle Smith, Irene Milan, WIl liam Hynes, Cecil Parr. Fifth Grade B-Henrietta Baer, Leroy Cooper. Lydia Campbell, Adolph Hoterd, Dixie Edgecomb, Ar'hur Danos. Fourth Grade A-Herman Single top, Flavia Carona, Floyd Guillot, Norestine Bleber. Fourth Grade B-Lloyd Colette., Roland Lasuere, Laurence Robichaux, Elsde Lassere, Althea Moffet, Mary Csrnuo. Third Grade A-Lucille Breaux. Third Grade B-Aldea Rogers, -Mathild, Richards. Rhea Simon, Loretta Tierney, Victor Prles, Npil Maronge, David Gebs, Jeanne Las sere, Laura Fabiane, Frederick Buras. Third Grade A-Muriel Galling house. Isabel Hebert, Thelma Alonso, Amanda Hebert, Alvin Alonso, Ellen Sutherland, Mamie 8utherland. Second Grade Melba Campbell, Leolse Pujol, Anna . MYametree, LeeS Sahin, Artlhur Baudean, Rod ser *de*, wuUm Whasas, W I berL igsesem, anaite aargseis. Police Ordered To Stop r Skating On Sidewalks The practice of children skating on the pavement ozr the principal thoroughfares was declared danger ous by Commissioner Ray and he sent a letter to Superintendent of Police Molony directlng him to ii.- o struct policemen to give attention I to the violators of the law. i Parents who permit their children n to skate on heavily traveled streets s5 not only show a lack of re' ard far! the safety of their oftSlpr..g. but . are fostering a violation of the law, T ('ommissioner Ray said. TENTH ANNIVFItSAlIY. ( Sunday evening little Grace Stock fleth celebrated her tenth birthday at her home In Verret street. Many games were played, the house Was beautifully decorated with crepe paper lights and ballons to match the table. Those present were: Beryl Gour . h M.erle Yates. Irene LaGarde, Ira May n Gaffney. Evelyn and Mabel Fayard, Vera Muntz. Imelda and Louise Bour . geois. Teresa Jones. Lucille Chestnut., Francis Labit. Agnes O'Donnell, Elleen I Brown,. Mary Fallon, Loulse and ; Claire Gast, Merlin Rantz, Camille a Camilox, Carrie Maronge, Evelyn Parr, Francis Belcher, Vivian Brech- b tel, Margurite Duffy. Hazel Martin, Beryl Harding. Agnes Kerner. Lelia and Vivian Buras, Corinne Younger. Ethel Anderson, Magdallne Meyer, Lorraine Olivier, Margaret Thorning, Margaret Burney, Margaret Biaggini., Adele and Myrtle Attenhoffet, Mas ters Robert Younger, Edwin Drane. Charles Mosholder, Joe Schelleci, Harry Clarke, Percy Jones, B. F. 2 Biaggini, Roland Briel, George Hoff man, Theodore Lala. Emmet Crulce, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bliagginl. Mrs. Por zler, Mrt. Biaggini, Mr. and Mr#. Bdr- t ney, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Crulce, Mrs. ° Bowers, Mrs. O'Donnell, Mrs. Tallon; Gladys Meyers, Ernestine Stockfleth, t Mrs. Briel, Irvin Harding. Harold Marcour and many others. SURPRISE PARTY. a A surprise party was gvven by "The Hummers" at, the home of Mrs. J. O. Stewart in honor of the anniversary of the birth of her mother, Mrs. C. H. Vogt. Lotto was played, the success ful players were: Mrs: Quinlan and Mrs. Tolley, Mrs. C. H. Hoke received the consolation. All had a most en Joyable evening. Those present were Mesdames Angelo. Decker, Quinlan, Richards, Phillips, Hogan, Tolley, C. H. Hoke. H. Voest. lena, Kucera. Waiters, Deleasal, L. Levy and C. H. Vogt, Miss A. Voegtlin, and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stewart. FIRE. On Monday morntng about 10:15 o'clock, fire damaged the single frame dwelling, 222 Lamarque Street, owned by Philip Gayaut, 1240 Brooklyn Avenue, and occupied by Wash Richards, colored. The build ing was damaged to the extent of $15.00 and is covered by insurance. The contents damaged to extent of $15 were not insured. ROBBERY. John T. Cabannis, a boarder at the boarding house of Mrs. Mary Gallagher, at 218 Delaronde -Street, reported to the police Monday morn ing at 6:55 that he had been robbed of a leather purse containing $150 in currency and a diamond stud worth $200, between 7 o'clock Sun day night and 6 o'clock Monday morning, while he slept. The valu ables were taken from under his pillow, he says. Corporal Aleorge Hoffman, who investigated the case, recovered an Elgin watch belonging to Cabannis in the front yard of the premises. MOVIE "BAD MAN "TAMED rte 4-,: R~iXi a4: ".·" 5~ ;ya "":; :: ., r x~ ~ :" ~.··: Pbotograph of Wksia S. Haut. tbe most uote of mrovie sssrs ho ater, '1 sstdmdhlas bridR Mt theic rhgbsfM o Ads& She 'hs Whinfred Ww," of Soa Frwi ii~ Ord D 4~sgtuih (or two yearn ths IbIg.ý: * ',f' .'Jjj'f/ r. Personal Mention And General News SHORT ITEMIi CONCERNING WEST SIDE PEOPIJE. A joint intau:lation of the offic'rs of ('rest.,ct and Virginia lodges. K nights of l'yt hi,i., will be held lFriday night at ('astlh hall. in 1Her muda -treet. :lefreshnments will be served after the nmeeting. .Mrs .E. Corbett enter'ained the Matrons Club on Tuesday afternoon. The suctessfu! players were Mrs. C. V. Kraft. Mrs. G. W. l'olloek. ann Mrs. T. U. Duchholz. .Mr. .J. A. Garland received t h cons: ion The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. G. W. o!lock. 5Mr. and Mrs. Emile Parmnentel spent Sunday here. the guests of ('apt. anti Mrs. Jos. Wheatley. Dr. J. P. Martinez anti family have taken posession of their pretty new home in Park Boulevard. New Orleans Review No. 5, Ladies of the Maccabees will hold their social meeting on Monday at the home of Mrs. Gould in Bermuda Street. All members are urged to attend as a good time is assured all. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. DenHerder and baby were entertained at dinner New Year's Day by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cunningham, Jr., of 7533 Jeanette Place. Among those noted at the "Sec ond Show" at the Orpheum New Year's Eve Night, were Mr. and Mrs. G. J. DenHerder of Grand Rapids. Mich. Mr. P. Norman, Miss. V. Giepert, Mr. S. Schneider of Galveston ana Miss H. Giepert. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cunningham, Jr., of 7533 Jeanette Place enter tained at a farewell dinner in honor of Mr. G. J. DenHerder who left Wednesday on the Panama Limiteu for his home i' Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. DenHerder (nee Zita Giepert) and baby will remain until after the Carnival the guest of nor mother and father. Mr. Sidney Schneider of Galveston. Texas, is stopping in Algiers a few days before continuing his trip to New York. While in Algiers he is the guest of his brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schneider of 312 Eliza Street. Mr. P. V. Morvant, Mrs. Montiel, Mrs. Lagarde and Miss L. Thibodaux, were here this week to attend the Hotard-Morvant nuptials. (Continued on Page 3.) NEW CALENDAR. From the Panama Photo Engraving Co., we received a useful 1932 cal endar. The numbers are very large and can readily, be seen 'frm a distance. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERIARY. Little Mist Helen Dorsey enter tained her many little friends on Thursday last, the occasion being the anniversary of her birth. The house was very prettily decorated for the occasion. Games ,were played and a very good time was had by all. Dainty refreshments were served throughout the evening. Those pres ent were: Eileen Brown, Lillian, La I cille, Natahalie and Mildred Chestnut, Jeannette Jagot, Theresa and Esther I Lotspitch, Mary Elizabeth Legarde. MaJorle, Dorothy and edna Doesher, Martin Dinapoli, L. J. La Vran, Robert Brown, Harry Ward, Mauriee Geldert B and PF. L.Jagot, Jr., Mrs. Bseousmse I and daughters Anna and Moniea; Mrs. FP. L Jagot. *Mrs. J. W. Lotspitch and Sdaughter; Mrs. N. C. Chestnut, Mrs. R. Brown, Mrs P. Lagarde, Mr. and Mrs. B. J Dotpey and others.