WEDNESDAY, MAY IT, 1050 BLYTHEViLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Ceremony Marks Publication Of Famous Jefferson Papers By ALEXANDER R. GEORGK WASHINGTON, May 17. <fl>> — ( President Truman and Gen. George 1 C. Marshall headed the list of dignitaries today for a ceremony marking ttic publication of the first of 52 volumes of the papers of Thomas Jefferson. The ceremony, in the Library of Congress, called for the first presi- ential address ever given there In * 150 years' history. Joint sponsors were the library and Princeton University, which Is compiling and editing the Jefferson papers. They are bclmr published by the Princeton University Press. The 52 volumes will be bv far the most comprehensive v collection of trie Ideas of the man who. scholars say, had the greatest mind of hts time In America, They will Include; some 18,400 letters written bv Jefferson. about 25 nno letters in full or in summary written to him, and Jefferson's special writings on subjects ranrnni* from aichi^cture. law and political science to rPlfgton. meteorology, agriculture, wine and cookerv, Ranks as Bluest Project The project, which was started tn 19 W and will not be comnlcted until 39G3, is rated as one of the largest book publishing undertakings in the nation's history. T^e total cost is ostimatrd at $1.000.000. To held defray the expenses, the N>\v York Times Comnany made gift of $200.000 to Princeton University as a memorial to Adolnh S Ochs. longtime publisher of the Times, Mr, Ochs was an ardent admirer of Jefferson's crnmnionshlp of freedom of speech and religion. No previous edition of Jefferson'! papers has included more than 15 per cent of the total number of documents which will be contained tribe Princeton edition. The letters tefcitlen to Jrfferson are from cor- ^spnndents. who range from backwoodsmen to other presidents aiu statesmen. Will Portray Era . When completed, the set Is expected to portray as does no other colle c ti on of pr iva te pape rs tin course of American history from thi 1760's to the 1820's. The rcproduo tlons of docii merits now assembler at Princeton number nearly 50.000 Julian P. Boyd, librarian o Princeton University and an an thority on 18th century American history, is the editor of the Jeffer Bon papers. Among his associat editors are Lyman II'. Butlerflelc! editor of "The Letters of Benjamin Rush" nnd Mina R. Bryan, forme librarian of the Scheide Librar. Titusville. Pa. The university has been aided b an advisory commltteft of "whic Dr. Douglas S. Freeman, Richmond Va., historian and editor, ts chair man. Ttske Klmbnll, Jefferso scholar and director of the Phila rielphifl museum of nrt, Is vie Town's Residents Rebuild Industry Juilding Before Ashes Are Cooled CAPITAL SOUVENIR - This mednl commemorating the 150th anniversary of the national capital, will be placed on sale in Washington soon as the official souvenir of the capital sesqui- ceeitcnnial. On the obverse is a reproduction of the Statue o( Freedom that stands atop the Capiiol dome; the reverse de- picis President John Adams addressing the Sixth Congress on Nov. '22, 1800, an event that made Washington Ihe permanent capital. The copper - bronze medal will sell for SI and the ^ivor '"M" for $5. + LEWISTON, Mich., May 17, (nP) —Ever hear the expression— "a heart as big as the whole Nortli Woods?" H might well have originated in this tiny woodland? village (pop. Last Thursday a fire swept the Hamlet's main industry— a factory which made custom-built log cabins. The factory, employing 30 pcr- ons, was totally destroyed. LO.S.S 'as estimated between $50,000 and 10.000. Owners John Walter and WiHiam 'cine didn't know when, or if, they oukl get back In production. Rut the ashes were hardly cool efore the townspeople pitched in o help, At night cars pulled up nearby nrt the men worked by car head- hts. By Saturday a foundation was omplcted. Men and women came rom the surrounding towns to help. Some firms sent trucks nnd oth- r,s provided men. Buzz Co^gius, a rocery owner, supplied milk and offee. Al La we, a baker, held a iakc sale, proceeds going to the actory. The new quomet-typc main 3uilding probably will be finished Wednesday. "I've never seen anything like It," aid Heine. "I gu&ss they're just d people— that's all." Po$tman Finds His Mail In Waste Paper Heap YA8TON, Pa., May 17. (/P)— Post man Frank Buss took the ma through 1n true postal tradition bu H sura required a bit of doing. When Buss couldn't find h pouch of mail at the usual pickup point yesterday, he started R door-to-door canvass of the negh- borhood. One woman, whose name he dldnt' learn, said she had found the bag lying on her porch. "Why," she said In ft horrofied tone, "I thought it was junk and gave it to a junk dealer." The junk dealer was located. After a lengthy search, postal authorities found the bundle of 700 pieces of mall In a bailer with some old paper. Merchants' Cold War Becomes Hot Starting Sidewalk Mop Battle PATERSON, N.J., May 17. <AP>David Simon's household merchandise store and Al Daniels' hoiiseholc merchandise store stand side b; side on Graham Avenue. For 10 years Simon and Daniels argued about sidewalk displays ant tried to swipe each other's custom ers. The cold war became hot. Simon told police that Daniel, rushed from his store with a pilch fork and shouted to Simon to comi out and fight., Daniels in turn complained lha Simon answered the challenge flourishing a mop, District court Judge Nfilton Sena mach last, night sentenced Simon and Daniels to 24 hours in the sam cell, to learn how to be friends. Education Commission Hearing End oi Work FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. May 1 (AP)—A commission authorized b the 1949 legislature to study Ark ansa.s' higher educational facilitio Is nearing the end of Its work, L)r, Norman Bums, who has d! reeled the technical survey. tol the commission here yesterday h hoped to have a tentative repor ready for the group's consMeratlo late In August. Arkansas Man Is Found Dead ROLLA. Nfo., May 17. WV-The lody of an apparent carbon monox- de victim, tentatively Identified as Bob Sager. 20, Rogers, Ark., was :ound yesterday In B truck parked ist west or here on U.S..Highway G. Coroner Claude Null of Plielps lounty expressed belief Sager died of carbon monoxide poisoning while :aking n nap in the parked truck Windows of the truck cab were closed. Sager was employed by the McDaniel Trucking Co., of Rogers and «'as en route to St. Louis with load ot eggs. Herman Hockeuhnll SubK-rinert and sworn to before me this 1C day of May 1950. Mrs. Marslia'll Blacklord Notary Public My Commission expires: 3.0'M. IN TI1K CIIANCF-UY fOUKT FO1I Till; (WICKASAWHA DISTINCT OK MISSISSIPPI COlr\TV. AllKANSAS Ellen Overall, Pltf. " No. 11,596 Amanda Overall Gilraio, el al, Uft.s. WARNING Olil)i:it The (lefetidanUs. Sally Mac Overall Edwards, Ulysie Sroliorn. Junior Hragg, Anna B. Bragg. Mnrgiiret Braps Madison. Ilol) Br:i»g alitl Federal l,md Hank of St. l/juh.arc warned to apprr.r in the Chancery Courl for the Chlck:isawba District of Mississippi County, Hlythcvillc, Arkansas, in Cause No. 11,205 within thirty days and answer the Complaint ol ptolnlirf, E!hn Overall. Witness my hnnd a« Clerk n[ fnld Court and real thereof this May 15, HARVEY MORRIS, Olerk 5117-21-31-8.7 SAD BLOODHOUND IS HIGH AND DRY—Stranded in Dutroil b> Hie tad slnke, Itiis traveling bloodhound is no sudder Itiun thousands of other sidetracked travelers—ho just, looks thai way. The pooch wears a long, sorrowful face as he gets a drink of water from freight clerk R. L. Dick. Trick Fifms Used To Promote Cor* LOS ANGELES, May 17. (/T)— Trick movies of a production line which didn't exist were used by Gary Davis, promoter of a Ihrei:- whcel car. to push Investments in his project, two witnesses testified at hLs preliminary hearing. "We never had an assembly line, never went Into production. Each of our 15 pilot cars was handmade, Robert U Brockcr, former produc lion engineer for the Davis Motor Car Co. .salt) yesterday. Ex-pro- ductloti Manager Joseph Charipa: quoted Davis as telling a dealer "I'M have autos rolling out in 90 days." Davis faces a $60,000 grand theft charge. N'OIICK Notice l.s hereby jiwcn that the iilific r.siyncd lin.s Ii]ed with the Commissioner of Ilevpnuc.s of the State of Arkansas for permit to fell Mid cli-speii/ie brer at retail on the pitmi.^'.s described as 415 \V. Ash, 13!ythevil]e. MLsfli-^sippi County. The undersigned .stu'rs that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of Rood moral character, that he hns never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime involving moral turpitude that no license U> sell beer by Ihc undersigned has been rcvoke.1 within five years lust past; and thai I hi under.signcd has never been con victed of violating the laws of thL state, or any other state, relative t the sale of nlcohollc liquors. Application Is for permit to be Ls- .sued for operation beginning on the I day of July 1!)50, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951 . HEARS AGAIN FOR ONLY $1.50 A M.\rl(or<t City. In.liirji man t»yi "I fcit« lirrn tioublH %ilii ray h<»titif[ (or tbtitf jTiii. Hut, OUIUNK changed all Ibil intj 1 hrjr ifrain." Ye*, jou too can tit-ir i£aid if you ar« liarj o! bearing becaui* 06 haidciLrd. rx<»4 «r »i* (c<(un:cfl> which} *'" diicovnjr ii NOVv' rc«d/ for /out us*. Thrf UUKINK home method will quicki? md( fslcif teinove >our hiident^, t*cru ear WEB in ju*t A few tninutci in your o*a hom«, <iel OUKINK to<Jay. No Ki«k Your monej l-if-'x if >nu .lo MO! WIT belter it one* Wj ! (ccammrncl »r,.l K u>nntt« OUKINE- STEV/ART'S DRUG STORE Alain itiul i^tkc Streets )*lmne 2S22 lilythcvllle, Ark Jap Statesman Arrives in U. S, LOS ANGELES, Yuklo O/aki. 92, statesman, arrived by E'an American May 17. (/I 1 )— Japanese elder here last night clipper on hts Murder Trial Near* Jury in Paragould PARAGOULD. Ark., May 17. (AP) —Attorneys made their final Arguments today In the trial of Daniel Monroe Scott, 19. on a charge of murder. Scott Is accused of faUHy shoot- in? his father, W. B. Scott, SO, la.st June 8. The defendant testified yesterday he shot his father twice while the latter was operating sv tractor on his farm. Young Scott said he took fi rifle, from the house to the field, planning to kill hU father because he feared him. first visit to the United States I since 1931. Ozaki is enroute to Washing ton, D. c.. where :ie said he hopes to see President Truman a n ci the ;herry trees which he, us mayor Tokyo, presented to the City Washington, It was his first plane trip. Tie id "it was easier to fly from okyo to Los Angeles than it is to from Tokyo to Hiroshima." ire plained that surface tran-spoita- on has no!; been restored since the oniic bomb was dropped. Bentonville Picks Mayor BENTONVTLLE, Ark., May 17. (AP)—Alvin Seamstcr, retired mail carrier, was elected mayor of Benton ville In a special election yesterday. He succeeds the late J. C Knott. The vote: Seamster e*I3, Joe Knott 249, MaJ. C. R. Farmer 52. n PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ads Every Day! 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