Ben Heckman sits with presidential dolls including John Adams (front left), Harry S. Truman (front right), James K. Polk (back row from left), Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Andrew Jackson in his home at 622 Euclaire Ave. Friday. Heckman, who was educated as a social studies teacher and is a history buff, puchased 21 of the four-foot presidential dolls from the old COSI's hall of presidents for about $10 each. Heckman keeps 7 of the dolls in his home and the rest in storage and hopes to restore them some day. Heckman will be reading the Declaration of Independence from his balcony at 11:30 a.m. at the end of the July 4th parade. Heckman said that many cities and towns across the United States had a tradition of reading the Declaration of Independence on July Fourth but for some reason the readings stopped in recent decades.