Will Stockdale, of Belleville, is in front, far left, in an Army Air Corps photo. Immediately behind him is Mac Hyman, who eventually wrote the best-selling 1954 novel “No Time for Sergeants.” It was turned into a TV special in 1955, followed by a Broadway play that same year. In 1958, it was made into a movie. Andy Griffith starred in both the movie and the stage comedy.
Will Stockdale, of Belleville, is in front, far left, in an Army Air Corps photo. Immediately behind him is Mac Hyman, who eventually wrote the best-selling 1954 novel “No Time for Sergeants.” It was turned into a TV special in 1955, followed by a Broadway play that same year. In 1958, it was made into a movie. Andy Griffith starred in both the movie and the stage comedy. Provided
Will Stockdale, of Belleville, is in front, far left, in an Army Air Corps photo. Immediately behind him is Mac Hyman, who eventually wrote the best-selling 1954 novel “No Time for Sergeants.” It was turned into a TV special in 1955, followed by a Broadway play that same year. In 1958, it was made into a movie. Andy Griffith starred in both the movie and the stage comedy. Provided
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