We had an apartment, that apartment, it was in the section of Marysin, you know, in the ghetto itself. I mean, It was, it wasn't populated you know, it was brick houses and it was a nice brand new building and it was an apartment building and we moved in over there but at night we couldn't sleep because, um, the Poles had to move out from that section and the ghetto wasn't closed yet and then the Poles came back and they were beating up the Jews who moved into their apartment. Not to my building but to the adjoining buildings. And we always heard cry, cries for help so we decided to move in the, in the city. We felt safer you know.