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Jailed Wife-Beater Identified As Escaped Murderer
PAGES | h FULL OF J-V-r news VOL. XX— NO. 23 SOLDIER FOUND DEAD IN RIVER Michigan Boy To Hang In South Oct. 30; Help Sought Letters Tell Os Boys Railroaded lo Death Youths Claim Lack Os Fair Play; • Revolt Feared A..h.\ \M»UIA. La.— Tortured it o • --iiik a ri'imc they deny 1.0111) . l.awreuc* Mitchell, lh. Hit Mum., hnd l»o oilier col tml ■ • w lio tinii i e iu Ihe L i:.« S< oiiklkuo Case” litre »► ii’• iti •.. Monday itv Federal Judge fit"*mii i’ i> Dawkins i n be execu t>*i| K lift, "(i for the alleged v,v in a while waiftes*. Auna M«* \! i.'tin, si in up Livingston on J!,; lit Tii* t* soldiers are: Corp. Wal tr H • i , »ii4Vf, 2J*. New Orleans, |*i UUliard I’hlllip Adams, i'.< Columbus. oliio. (►in- tis :ht* liovk in letters bom** ■o in** who tlaims they were fl*». * m.» liv notified () f their ar t" 4 ' i *,t;- a sordid tale of a 'trie w*man who liatl lelation* »i'h <* of ilie men and then ac t i»*'l i it nf rail*. Adams and Mlf -1 ! <s I convicted for being "at - ■ •-»..*i»-« afore and after the fact.’' " :•** b'»vi Hate been held aim? 'ln & . , . . belmiter* duke Hen lat»t w"*k lilt* Detroit 'ltibun* <* a which the Michi **'ti bill hud written home deny* ;fl « 'l'" lie bud lomniiltfd ihe fl:,n e a I a,-king iiiai mother to get ** l ■» obtaining anew trial. " r * <> m Mae Jones, of K* Kliaa slid Mrs. Ann (iarrtner, K Ada mi - D, on, | (o iii sisters of (he lordwnne ‘ Mitchell,me attempting i° '# ■* tHilda to secure legal aid •nd a*.* -ary money to send their Diem, to i.ouisiana. In i*■ i,iy to an appeal to Mrs R'.iMi it for intervention in the ~M ‘ •" ■*. Jones received a letter Monday s'aMug that tlie ca**e had l,t " * nd to the War depart c ent. Mii'l lime Lawyer “Lie national office of die NAACT n ■ "’iirniinicHtion with die Wat ''•pi* tn., nt Aug. 4. learned dial t *• t> i>* iin .it ion requested hv til* ' ' I 'an not lie conducted by die ' H ‘ 'b’|,,ti lllii'in. liecaiiee the case **" "'* in dip civil courts, the i n * Mroitise is for a pi irate luw tetaineil to appeal tin* ‘ ,, i* The NAACp annoutic l! is attempting to secure a", si., „ ( | Alexandria area »o at an appeal can he made. Let Same .Sentence " dim it sentence for the trio ~i" ** ’*'*' l»» is*>. for during the ** tudge refused t 0 accept r * r ®’ * Jape for ail three, de u ’* only one of the men »nrcna*ief| the actual attack. Th* i »r • jury, however, rendered 1 ‘-ift of i ollectlve guilt, tears Revolt . • *damt expressed fear for is at the hands of a moi 1 " ri.son officer said that If we n" 1 admit lo it (the crime!,” * sioic. he would turn the Ku vj 1 , 1 ' on ns , 0 what could we 1 thev don’t change their '* 'hev ate going to have ate- Ml „ ,* H ** v! Adams again gave a warn* ~ * l » "revolt” in a latte -1 " '<• his parents .lulv 24 This " rr ff I led with terror. liadlj lieu ten , ,"" l '‘ r * don't beilve what the**e tty to (e|| yon, they mm k the soldier wrote. ' I'm r '" 10 w >'lte long because they 111 ' hot let nie. They beat me »t 1 I yi!*’ 1 "" 1 I" 1 "*’* at the Army I'ost , They told me that '"at the charge the Ku Klnx ' *""UI make everything all Continued on page S) CANDIDACY OF FORCE TAYLOR CHALLENGED '' >uii Judg, Lttiy A. Miller set f M , li4> ,or hearing a petition 4 ** r|l w,, iU4UilaanMi niadTut-* Lin ' Senator (‘limits C\ th,. ' us lh,! Thir *» »o keep tv.’ “V®* ~f ( '** , «>'ge T. Taylor «ls i»iiiit H ** September pri- , 'haige* that the address of MMl.ury, wMrh Ta> .| or gav * i mJ* hn ’ n *' •* * tavern anil noi r»ra nf realdenre and that n<> kno«» Taylor ttaara. 3H ctrd lt^,f^ribunc ' PMt-UAP.NO NT GlkO WtSIV OF MICHIQAN~)Hto 2146 St. Antoine St. DETROIT BOY, AIR CORP LIEUTENANT -mm - . W g\ ' # V \ A recent addition to the officers corps at the famous Tuskegee Army flying school is Second l ieutenant Thoiuiis Nathan Mu* lone, Jr. I.L Malone Is n natite of Detroit. Midi., and resides with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Malone at .M 127 Tillman ate* Hue Detroit. Doctor Malone l« a vtelLknown de, tlsf in ihr s*»tor t try. The new Air < orps lieuten ant graduated with an A.H. de. CIO Asks Probe of Ford Discrimination Os Negro Women The (ieneral Council of Ford Local 600. I AW-CIO has demanded that President Roosevelt order the Fair Kni pioyment Practice committee to the refusel ot' the Ford Motor company and other manufacturers in the Detroit area to cease discrimination HRttinst the employ ment of Negro women. A copy ot the resolution I* at : WIIKRKAH. The President's Kx crllUve Older No. SSO2 expressly forbids Ini Illation In employ nreni on account of race. treed, or national origin, and WHKKKAS. Knob war contract contains a clause expressly forbid dins riiecriniinatlon. WHKHKAS. lb** Ford Motor com puny bus purposely and viciously \ iolatrd this order by discriminating asainst \egin women at titetr Bomber and Highland Talk Plants where literal v thousands of new women hsve been hired, and WHKHKAS. The Fold Motor com pany has demonsti ated his inability lo si t in good faith by : I. Breaching il* agreement with (lie Inion relallie lo noB-dlsfrlnilnallon in (he employment of women, i. Ignoring their promise made to the lletroit Fair Kmploj. ment Practice committee by Harry llennell. personnel di rector. last May that Negro women would be hired as as soon as the company be- Kan hiring women Biruln. and WHKIIKAS. Acts silch »s three are slowlv undermining the fntt.i and moral# of the Negro who. too. Is tigli'lng slid dyiliK for the defe.il or llltler, TIIKHKFOKK HK IT llBHOl«V KU: That Fold 1.0.al No. #«U call U|)Oii our great President to call up on the Fair Kmplnviiient Practlc.* commltlce to IniesllgMle Hm anil democratic tactics of Ihe Ford “l«- toe company slid other reactionary manufacturers In tbs Mstropolita'i arsa relative to thslr employ-men* poHclss. BK IT FTRTHF.R RESOLVED: That coptss of this rssolutton be immediately ssnt lo Preatdent Rooasvslt; rhalrman of tbs Ma>' Man-Power Board, Paul V. McNutt, and to tbs ds«lenstsd head of lbs War l«abor Board _ Yon t aa'l Ho This James Blmme 44 ysarh old Brush street. No 11?. objected »« his wife leering him and taking thslr belongings. Tuesday. Asa result James 1* s patient si the Receiving hospital suffering from cuts on his neck and »t*b wounds In hla left chsst. gree Com Wayne nnherslty. lie. troll, and is a member of the kap pa Alpha Psl fraternity. He was outstanding In sport* nt this university, winning his >nr«ily letter In cross country and was I Is.pound boxing champ during *3>.*4l at Wayne. 1.1. Malone re ceived his commission Ana. at the Army Air forces Officers I aiidldate school, Miami Beach, Fla. Three Shot In Indianapolis Race Riot INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. - tSp*.i.*l to The Tribune) Three men wer shot when police tired s' random in an attempt to quell a near-riot in the colored district here Saturday night. Trouble began during a so-called me clean up when a .Negro wo man waa snatched into a mr oc cupied by two while plgln-clothe* men. Her screams as she jumped from their grasp In an effort to escape, brought on s large fmiaied crowd. Say t.lrl Attacked Spectators sav the girl, who ad milled lo police that she had been arrested seven linos for solicit ing. bad been attacked. The wnma.t staled that officers struck her. As the crowd begun to gather Hu police fired recklessly, wounding n defense worker Just returning from the job. one victim was shot In the abdomen, another In the aid*. The bullet ranging to the spine, causing partial paralysis. This provoked further distur bance and Irate cltlxeiia disarm'd tile officers and beat them badly, it «nilimed on page Ninth Hearing On Residential Restridien Case Nears The sensational residential segregation case, in which a group of white citizens of Ypsilanti are seeking to oust a Negro family from the home they have purchased there m an alleged restricted neighborhood, will come up for its ninth hearing Aug. 25, in the circuit court of Washtenaw t'ounty. at Ann Arbor. The ..e* date wa« set Tuesday of l«»t wees by Judge Samplea. This uni* b-talked of cate of **l.ud wig versus Harold Wiiglil »sU Wife" line been pending In the courts since .lan. * The origins’, injunction required Mr. and Mrs Wilght to show cause why they should not he ordered to move from *helr home, at ?14 South Hamil ton atreet, Ypallantl, b4icauso they DETROIT, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1942 Says He Left Alabama Prison Farm In 1939 Bond Set At $50,000 Pending Hearing Joseph Ler Kilwanls, 27, of 2011 Madison, made it M'l'imu bllihde last Saturday, when lie had a tin it «ii Ills wife. All as-utlil ami bat tery charge was tiled against him by his wile and Kd aai da was lak *•» Into curlody by officera of the limit Street poliee station. in looking o'er police records, sat. Mymie ritiick, of the homicide squad. discovered that Kd wards was wanted in Knsley, Ala. for murder. He escaped from the Mol ten prison farm. April IK lidJ'J. where In* me seirffYiccd in 1 f*3.b t j »five m't \ care. Alabama oilie« r> me en roll e to Detroit to seek Kd wards' extradi tion and take him back to finish his prison term in that state. Judge Christopher Stein, of the Recorder's court, before whom th prisonai' was arraigned Wednes day. n t Ana. HI for ext radii ion hearing; and placed the prisoner under a f.iO.nOn bond. Heing unab > to furnish ttie bond. Kdwards wm remanded to the Wayne (.oun jail. DISCOVER CITY RENT RECEIPTS SBSO SHORT Inspector Georgs McCWIUn o the special investigation si|iiad. s' police headi|iiarteia, said WediK day that he and two of hi' men were si ill studying information on charge* against Silas W. polk* a eiiy accountant at the Miewstrr llotne* point for "gross negl genie i u ilit* performance of ii work." lie said that lie* expected to he prepared to determine whether or 1 not he would ask th„ pro-editor i > recommend a criminal warrant. folk's funds were found to Iv Is.',it short ami he was #.ii'p, tided last week pending result* of the po lice investigation. The youth, wlt > was employed in th M real estate d< vision of the corporation counsels office. Ith«l in his charge money co ted in rents on the buildings on the site of the proposed Douglas* Apartments hoti'ing p eject. Receipt* are plated In * safe tn the office of the Brewster Monte, project, where folk nn< stationed and the shortage was discovered when a deposit re tee-bed -Ura haxLk_._, The suspension was made by Cor poration Counsel Paul K. Krause speclflrallv for one week. It wa antlcipated that additional develop merits would ensue within that pe riod. Kdwatd A. Wallnske. director of the real estate division, said Toik had admitted being "lax" in han dlitiß the money Spaulding Here On Way To Convention O C. Spattldins. president of th- North Carolina Mutual, strived in tiie city Tuesday en route to the Na tional Negro Business league which will be held In Chicago. Aug. 2fi 27 slid 2f<. Mr. Spaulding was gtte't speake at the .Noonday ItlHeheon Weilnc.* day. art members of tha Negro rate The pm»el t>f propeilJT Involved I* l.ot No 83 of th» Aituswoiih I‘aih subdlvieion which subdivision run tains mi lota, forty of wbtrli air o« nnl and occupied bp N»|rofi. On Mav S. a restrictive rlaus* was ail lint tn thr abstract. restrlrt- Ing Ihe leasing. selling and on-u pan<-y of the subdivision to Can raetana. At that time. tha auhdt vision wag rehoudneri, ao aa to •*- THEY VIED FOR HONOR OF "MISS TUSKEGEE ARMY FLYING SCHOOL” '••fill JpL # aHT* j#’ - •rj'Saßß*.' TPP& yf v j■< Yes. there are lovely ladles also at the sepia school of Die hlc st Tu'kegce. \la. In the center H Miss Mildred l.ee Hamilton*, junior clerk typist »f the t adet hendi|iinrter' who wits recently selected “Miss Iwskegee’* Army Hying School." >he i» a trfadu ate of T tiskegee Instltnle. Hnd re Chicago Alderman’s Rally Talk Sets Fire To sth Column Drive Additional measures by th*> Federal jrovrrnment to eliminate discrimination a*«:n«’ \tjrroe* and other minority groups in war industry, as a means ot strenythe-r pnatior. al unitv. was uryed by more than 1 16 delates attending the state-wide Mn.sh Mn h:- K an> Fifth I'olunin" t onferenee at the Hot el hook-< adi.l.u . • *‘tmd.» . confereme. sponsored by the t ivil Kiyh's !• ed«i ation. heaid 11 • 1 ** ■ 1 1 *'* ersont a utembrr of Pre«tden f Roosevelt » Committee ytt l air Ktn ployutent frseticc. te l of the ei forts of the committee to aetiuc enforcement of the Kx*»utlve O det forbidding dis* it imiuatioii . war Industiy Intuit'* t .f i«** »■. coj iii". deed or national ot tgin Ha., ittg ilia estsblishtncnt of the Presi dent s committee * year ago a* a historic step forts aru In the recog nition by the Cmcimiieni of the right of ali citizens to equsl op portunities. H* sties'ed the Im portanre in term* of national ui" rale pf ini teasing the committee e effe^tivene-*. And told of the ncen Ter additional fund* to estahltsn regional office* and investigation* on the di«< t imtnatorv hi'tnc In the war Industry snd govetninent agencies. The Chicago a demur snd con gt *awionsl isndidate spoke st the 12:.1d luni heon.session In the Crvs tal ballroom before nto e than 22»t delegate* and special guests. At tbe dose of Die addles* thos, aesentbled Tot ad tiuaMlniously to s* nd s lelegranv to ft* -Ident Roose velt a«kmg that the fair Practice commit tee be returned to Its orig Inal Independent siHtu* Recent v Roosevelt ordered th* committee to the |tit l«d!rt'on of the ar Man-Power commission. The speaker *a* introduced hr; Dr. Kdwatd \Y MacKatlsnd Wayne university professor and chairman of the MeDluK’lltau l>eiroll Cotinvil oil Kali Ktnplov meul Practice. Before ad|oUtning 'be del,gaTSe rluda tha property occupied by Negioes. Tha pa rial of proparty in quaa flon waa foimarlv ownad hy Halau Zlmbcr, who aold tt to 1. Barrett, rolored. Align at, 1041. In Sapiam bar. Barrett resold it to Harold and Mi a. Wright. The home it a *l«- t uom dwelling Mult agaiiM-t the Wnghta waa tiled by Hi i tiiaii l.ildwig gild hla w ife wli„ own properly In the atihdivi* ton but do not reside there. At the court hi wring laat Tueaday. l.udwU admlited. under cross examination of Attorneys Bledsoe snd Kdward Simmons. that he brought getlrr against tha Wright *ae a result of reived her private pilot licence 111 t»to from the Tii'kegoo Isl school. At the present time. *h*' has more than Itm hour' thing time to her credit. Placing sec ond In the contest Is Mrs. Mar lorle I dghill. of Brooklyn. A.I. >hc Is a recent addition lo th*' pa.'.-cil several tesulif.iot ' otu- <o which a*ked an iuimeiit;ne in\* - tigalioli h\ a Kcdetal tii.ind .lit y of hithvei 'ive e’, inept* In M h gait naming Father Cough.in, w aid I. K Smith, the National Work ( et - b'Hgu**. and th* 1 KKK Lit* Begins at 82 Years Far Ex'Printer r oud y wegt.ng on the 'ape o h» i cal a gold button »Hi it he rei* i,ed in f' bt ua.y slu r i \eat» a* a member of ihe Ament an Typug' at hunt unto. .»„'•>eai oiu t ornrltus Kdwitod'. of Phtlade.pu < . Pa walked into tite oft'i* of Th Detroit Tnbnhe la'l Thinsday sot a friendly cital with the staff. Mr Kdwotuls. who is ■* n«t.v< *tf Hay City. Mn h . aid th,. un, of A tot lev t>s, ar M.iki r. ot that city. (i.,e had mi Interesting iat err in newspaper w mk Publish Own Paper Aithougn nunc than four s,ot, years of ag* thl' rnciget.c v*■ i tan I' erect stnl setiv* 1 as h niiit 4ii vears yotiuget. He tia- a keen mind. too. For 2.’, y-ais Mr. Kd wtKjds was employed l*y The Ra/i Cliv Tribune, the la't five vear* of that time being cpenl n« fotenia'il of the mechanical d*|., tment of j it nntinued on page 2 1 pre»*ure h.r dtt other whr# prop erty owner*, one hem* a lieutenant rolonel In the f S. Armv. The argument* preaemed by At torney Simmon* at latt week'* hearing *et forth' that Harold Wright. a garage woiker, ««* horn tu V|i*ll«ml al*o that the W nflu* ar# good lititen* anti puuh**e>l the ptopetty without knowledge «f i eat tin ton*. Attorney Simmon* further pointed out that the aub4t \ialon 1* aurrnunded by Negro home* that the W rlghta' home I* oppoetie the eo'orert Second Bap tlat rhnrrh whtrh ha* a congrega (( ontlanrd on page t) CLifFord 2924— PRICE FIVE CENTS PER COPY tliiliatl |>f! *nttll« , | <u' 1 ll»* Sn>'- Iti'lmi .11*«.‘•» lit tli<' I ii'»k• ♦ r*ii • i | «rh>ii>l, I*l •* r i»»« Ili ir«4 Hu* tli*» mid red I*. Vifti* *l**r of m, jn'i'|ili. M"~ «h» liii' Ilf Id till' «» r|iTk-l J |'i»l a! |*«*l h«‘«i<lcimirf•*>« •»inVm. 1. IHII. sh* 1 m 11« n«letl Tii*k*'Uf< > In *lil ut Via. Miss Welch Director Os Womens' Club Mm Jail. * (. ... .»• i Mia. ,l> .1 u \V<i *■ '. i•" U. n .1 r. *i hon«# chairman of the l»* ti *»ii \* ►Hi ion of Women - i'ii >!• i« Bounce tiia api* m'nttu . *.. R of M .IfanrMa \\ • > • • 1 i\a aac;a'ar\ and and • io of 'h* t \ lllf* Os tie A»s.m ia! Ol M;ea \V( H ... ioi ir.t' :> .»• the .\mional aKA »u o.' n M -1 iiißu n. in mid »i i'» ii to 1 « ■ nai * afaJth of ixp i t n*A aot ability to hi in*. to lt» i i.r« a She lio.it' i H S. it< Rue ft om Ten sUatt eoi;«|tt. * o* n .i Jo red in iMi'im and i otim ■. ■ • Mina \\».. u i’ ai*u *non. < ot the local AKA Mr t>l'it)'. lit* ' ami tlif Klliottorian Hiwit.i»» Wont t-n .' flub. In <mniiit ultiik on the "IH’oo l mant. Mi * tiinßß .li«* til IOU till Mim "•••‘ti the It* ou A'Miflii'toll ail! b«* alec O' !t! ti . the M»t |uii|.«.*f tot alio Ii U *«' foillid* il abb It i* to aerie •> K""* 1 liaad In tin* < otiiiiiinu \ for alevat tiiK (lilt:mit mill nonranhtHid u »,i to a..itid «' a i * nti fin ‘Ott atrucllie i»i on ruin imiitlnu »»nd lit rial adiuiii •no tit. Mm. WaHker *»*tad that tha I** lroll a**ociat i»'n needed *Uch f pemon a* Mi" Welch and lb.** a ithout a doubt aba ail. >*a a de cided aaat-t to tha oraaniiafion. Breaking, Entering Charged To Youth While under the Influen.e of al cohol. Robert Biarlll, M. Ifll* Vad- Imjll. bloke 1 lilo 12114 l.r.aud *tre A fl*l.t follow ed with Chile I'ltiol. 24. occupant of the h«u*e. Biaxiil le held prisoner at He calving hoeplial on rh» *# of breaking end entering. Ilie Injut le« rerelvod duiint the flaltt aere rut’* over the left »}#, lip and two teeili knocked out. Et IN MICHICAN 1 CENTS ItSIWNItI Find Body Os Custer Han After Week’s Search Disappearance Os Boy From Camp Still A Mystery '*l»«>rlM| t" Th*> I rl**iin* i A I-BION V . . . * Cl ' »’»'f : n *n|-|ii-* *tu * of i;■ « . ■ f *n »ol» • •:» tn I i-' • »► * * rUv* .i. (i n,i i•: i.< Ki 'I.. * H»n li* n ;> * ■ hor \ «i n i! t. ii .••••I in I ti K* r.-v*., • • '!.■>• i vt • • n, in. iv o: vo. i I . ■ ’ • •: s • • .i. -r. r * r »m! i* i'j hr pa■. r>' v ti<-rn in ti;r riii' a .ihvi a nfii A !M • ' I. < I. u • n> <; • ' - f'* • - !• • hv rtn.i u 4 !: ' • .. \V \ a 1 \ , a' ,I'l'ul 7 •• i. • •• * n ■ r•• . .? I'm ,M ' *».< I. ■ ■ " 1 “l *!• »•■••». in. u.lrn-n> a 'inj ir.f nv* • 1.i1.n I » - alO f till 1 • ' * - ' 'V. I I ■ >• «.n i it.in •'! 'ii 'h* v! < I i?* " i Him • *m: i• • >a|.« ti t,. 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A monk, i a.. tu n** lot ■ v,.» n ."..a \ «i 11 iiin '*i .. t i"' •‘1 b> ’>• In il. i.i s ■ i;.i a: .< .■ in‘mi* ► Mm a. • . < ;. • .i-na and II ,m ,in, . ■ 11,i’ . ot * .'tad paof t . f lid- -i t!'. f" Via If V ||..|,« of :l* ’ ai» , -j) 1, i of a to 1 1 f I.- m* ; . •>"raff of i*l •• on. * ■ - .'k, ...1 iia (i so • • j. f«ti . , j . i munal n»*tt» • .« | "'an «»**». . •,1n »r i '« -o »• .in* nti. • a.li t s if to. n at • io.fr.-f of * i. . j ••! i tkttin of ti' .on it'd h*,. it tk fn» '0 of o.'l *i» [*u» • n« t-if ti dtn * * t m» * •a r ini »* \a •* a» * *nd i» kn* of thi i#n<ia<-> to mi i odui a fo'rr bar iac -14-Year-Old Girl It Killed By A Motoritt A Malta"' kill h»> i • ronitna ndad h(h lit Wili am Kii-on. »*ad 40, !i',.s (,licit»it Thuradkv « f rar >. ■um n- t»f t'«o nit''' kitna'aat hii\f .t in ’aUtn it * !t» ravaalad \\ i tlnt-adat by tli- p!'o«t*rutt»r'a of* hi,. ' , t-at'oii Mas ilii, drill*!* wl * t«r a huh tan tloau H* tau Nina*, a 14> ) i ,ii u.il pfilcM iia ", at thf tu' lift of lx limit- and Hiimh ftit*»tf, I m"* d.o n gill at R o'clock The vi ima Itiil rtiad tn Kt'caivln* ho'iotal at II r.t* pm the name ».\*'tiin* Ka potta allow (hat ha- inilltlfa »'"* to the hand and a,an Internal. Sii® ivfd at Maratnp Beckernidge Rites Held In Cole Chapel Funeral aervice* for Mr». Berk* en ridge, of t»2 Alfred aireet, who died at Recalling hoepifal leal week, tor, he,d Thumdav morn* lug. Aug. 13 ftom ihe choe. T. Col* Funeral Home. 9hr la eurvlved hv n huiband and brother In Detroit and a non and daughter llvtna in Waehtngton. 4 large beautiful floral drMgn wan given hy the tenanta of the apart* ment in which the couple Heed.