My name is William Studt. I lived on Moore Street which is just up the road from here at Reher’s Bakery. And I worked for the Freeman for forty-eight years. And then when we used to get done work we used to print the Sunday paper. Like we’d go to press about one o’clock in the morning. Which was the only time we had a morning paper. When the pressmen who were the last ones in the building to come out We would come up. And not every weekend, but most weekends, some of us would come up And Willie would hand–we would get our hard rolls and that. He would hand them out the window to us. And that’s, you know, That’s basically how we interacted with them.