MONDAY, AUGUST, 16, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE News of Men In the Service Pvt. Thomas H. Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burgess of Manila, recently arrived in Korea for duty with the I Corps, one of three in the Eighth Army. A cannoneer in Battery C of the 17th Field Artillery Battalion, Pvt. Burgess entered the Army in July, 1953, and was stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark., before arriving in •Korea. Pvt. Thomas W. Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly of Caruthersville, recently arrived for duty at the port of Whittier, Alaska. Pvt. Kelly entered the Army in February and previously served at Ft. Eustis, Va. At Whittier, he will undergo field training. Pvt. Edward -L .Eakes of Bly- theviile, son of Mrs. Evelyn Eakes, will graduate this week from the Pole Line construction course at Southeastern Signal School, Camp Gordon, Ga. The course, eight weeks in length, trains selected enlisted men to so construct, maintain and rehabilitate open wire, cable and field wire communications systems. Holf Sprite, Half Woman Many Contradictions in Audrey's Life, But There Is Always the Great Ambition GETS COMMENDATION — After receiving a letter of commendation in Japan, Sgt. Fred Armstrong, Jr., (left) of Kennett is congratulated by Maj. Cuggie E. Kyzer, commander of the 50th Signal Battalion. Sgt. Armstrong, son of Mrs. Edna James, was cited for his outstanding work as editor of the battalion's newspaper, "Signaleer." Two Air Force reserve men of" Blytheville, T/Sgt. Maxie B. Riggs and T/Sgt. Oscar T. Elliott, Jr. r are members of the 8710th Pilot Training Wing of the Mid-South Air Force Reserve, which will participate in' an air show in Memphis Sept. 26. The official name for the new wing, which includes over 600 Mid- South residents, will be "Chickasaw Wing." The air show, featuring a varied program, will be.staged at (First of Five) By DICK KLEINER NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (NEA) — This is Audrey Hepburn: She came out of the theater and there was the usual crowd of autograph seekers pushing around her. She noticed one crippled lady, holding a camera. The woman obviously wanted to take her picture, and just as obviously didn't stand a chance in the crush. Audrey Hepburn turned to a tall I man in the crowd and commanded, "Take a picture of me with that woman's camera, and smiled. There was a tear in her eye as she smiled. And this is Audrey Hepburn, too: The night "Ondine" closed, she and her co-star, Mel Ferrer, announced they were having a party for the cast and crew at Dinty Moore's. Before the party began, they told Dinty Moore management to be sure to close the bar and announce curfew by 12:30, And they arranged that the show HALF SPRITE: Just beginning, she already holds an .Oscar. knows what makes Audrey run. (Tomorrow: A real pro, this fal.) HALF WOMAN: Audrey Hepburn's fans have come to believe she's almost super-human—half sprite, half woman. But she isn't. GETS PROMOTION — Cpl. Bobby L. Warnble, son of Mrs. Mary H. Puckett of Leachville, receives the warrant of promotion to his present rank from Marine Capt. Kenneth D. Smith, his squadron adjutant. He is a member of Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron, Marine Air Group 33, of the First Marine Aircraft Wing. Memphis Municipal Airport. TELETYPE OPERATOR — Pfc. William D: Presson, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Presson of Hi.., a, is now serving in Korea with the Third Transportation Railway Command. A teletype operator in the 7i2th Transportation Battalion, Taejon Detachment, Presson arrived overseas last January. The 20-year-old soldier entered the Army in July, 1953. Billy M. Matheny, seaman. USN, son of Mr .and Mrs. Jack Matheny of Blytheville, is taking part in the annual Seattle "Seafair," Which includes visits to Seattle. Tacoma, Everett and Bellingham, Wash. Seaman Matheny is serving aboard the destroyer tender SS Prairie. Seaman Frank G. Lewis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Lewis of Route 4, Blytheville, and husband of Mrs. Betty L. Lewis of Route 1, Manila, also is taking part in the "Seaiair" festivities. Seaman Lewis serves aboard the heavy cruiser USS Helena. Airman Second Class Aubert E. Dozier of Blytheville was recently presented the Strategic Air Command's semi-annual Outstanding Achievement Award for being the outstanding airman of his organization for the period Jan. 1 through June 30. Announcement of the award was made by Brig. Gen. Joseph Nazzaro. commander of the 38th air division, Hunter Air Force Base, Savannah, Ga. Recognition is based on performance of work, diligence, leadership, attitude and overall contribution to the unit's effectiveness. Pfc. W. E. Raspberry .son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Raspberry of Blytheville. Rt. 3, a member of the 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, recently helped in the construction of a grain warehouse in Korea under the Armed Forces Assistance to Korea program. Pvt. Cecil Brittain, husband of Airs. Peggy Brittain of Blytheville, and Pvt. Galloway Gossett of Conof Mrs. Calloway Gossett of Conway and son of Mrs. Cal Gossett of Burdette, have been selected to attend a guided missle school at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Duty for two Mississippi County N*val reservists ended this week for another year. They are Airman William W. Crowder of Blytheville and Airman Biily J. Bell of Route 2. Leachville, who have undergone training with Naval Reserve Fleet Air Service Squadron 791. Army 2nd Lt. Walter Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith of Kennett, recently arrived in Korea for duty with the 25th Infan- TAKES BASIC — Pvt. Charlie W. T ones, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones of Blytheville, is now stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark., where he is undergoing basic training. try division. Lt. Smith entered the Army during June, 1953, and was stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., before his overseas assignment. William T. Grimes, 22, whose wife, Nettie, lives in Osceola, recently was promoted to corporal while serving with the First Infantry Division in Germany. Cpl. Grimes, son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Grimes, of Osceola. Route 1, is a mechanic in Battery A of the division's 5th field artillery battalion. He entered the Army in December, 1952. THE TOTAL — "AMBITIOUS:" Dedicated to her' career, Audrey has tremendous respect for her director, Billy Wilder, here with hands on hips watching her in a scene with Gregory Peck. best say she's about the most normal person around. That is probably just prejudiced talk; if Audrey Hepburn is normal, nobody else is. For Audrey Hepburn is being hailed by critics as the most promising accress of this era. Some day she may be classed with Sarah Earnhardt and Eleanore Duse. Actually, she's at the beginning of her career, yet she is the most sought after performer in the business today. She has had only two decent-sized roles in movies, yet her studio. Paramount considers her their prize. She has had only two decent-sized holes -on the stage, yet Broadway is at her feet. She's won awards—top awards— in both. She's packed them in at the box-office. She's had a fabu-i her more chance to act. Her am- lous offers in dozens of different I bmo ~ seems s^ely directed to- fields. She could have her pick of ward oecomlng the best actress she suitors. She is just now reaching the car - * or che sake of bei ^S good, not large money and ahead of her loom i not for ^7 other reward, years of fat checks. She's a lucky! Here is a personal ambition. She girl. ! wants to prove to herself that she's When you talk to Audrey Hep- \ l r^ bes ? ^'ond. And she's probably burn's friends and associates, it;. only P 8rson ^" no knows why, isn't, easy to form a good picture of} her. There are contradictions. But. basically, they all say the same thing; She is a nice, normal, ambitious, hard-working young actress. That's the skeleton of Audrey Hepburn. The backbone is thafr'word "ambition". She pours everything she has into her work—so much so, in fact, that she is constantly under doctor's care. She is anemic and she aggravates it by her unrelenting drive. Here's an example of the way she works. She was making a 10- minute recording for the UN. They were to send it for rebroadcast in her native Belgium. Lots of people have made them, just reading the script and listening to it played, back and then leaving. Average time: 15 minutes. Not Audrey Hepburn. She memorized the script. She wasn't satisfied with the first recording. Or the third. It took her an hour and a half to get it so she was satisfied, j She is the same way with her; acting. She works days on a single scene, and keeps working at home after rehearsal. She is a perfectionist, rarely pleased with her own performances. "I should have done that scene better," she'll say, as she watches rushes from her films. Or she'll study a scene that had given her trouble and she'll say. "Now I know what Willy meant about doing such-and-such." Willie is her director. Billy Wilder, a THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Relax in Air . Conditioned Comfort would end 10 minutes later than ing. unsual, so the party actually ran only about an hour. The guests were somewhat miffed. These two stories illustrate one basic part of Audrey Hepburn's make-up that many people nowadays overlook—she's a human be- with good features and just like anybody else. Since her smashing triumphs on stage and screen, many of her fans nave somehow reached the conclusion that she is something super-human, half sprite, half woman. She isn't. She's very real. She has her likes man she respects tremendously. Those who've worked closest with her stand in awe of her ambition. bad They call her "dedicated" to her career. Yet it's not ambition for fame or fortune. She has not hatred oi money, far from it. But she'll pass up a fat part for one that offers and dislikes her love affairs, her weak points. Those who know her Algeria once was known a$ Numidia. IN KOREA — Pvt. Talmagp Carnell, son of Mrs. Lizzie Car n-"" is currently on duty in Korea. His wife. Patsy, and infant daughter are making r.heir home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Allen of Blytheville. WITH UX GROUP — Maj. Charles 0. Provow, whose wife, Doris Jean, lives in Hayti, is serving in Korea with the United Nations Command Military Armistice Commission. Son of Mrs Artie Provow, also of Hayti, he previously served at the- New Cumberland, Pa., Disciplinary Barracks. To All My Friends & Customers Due to my fathers prolonged illness and other business interests I am compelled to close the Biythevilie Motor Company so I may devote all of my time helping my father in his businesses. The kindness you have shown me is deeply appreciated and to you I owe my success in the automobile business, since returning from the Army Air Force in 1946. Shortly there will be a new Dodge Dealer in Blytheville and I know that they will welcome you "Loya! Dodge Owners" to their new Dodge- Plymouth Dealership. I will be associated in the near future with the General Hardware and Appliance Company and I Extend a Hearty Welcome to all of you to drop by and visit with me. Again may I say thanks a million. Sincerely, Tom A. Little, Jr. ST.... Con You Nome The Hysrsn Our Clock Chimes? 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