Among the actresses who discovered movie-making starts earlier than office hours
were, from left, Sharon Scarborough and Jackie Sinclair from the central res office,
Pat Eaton and Judy Tayloe from the general office.
When the Careline Committee schedules its int
during the next several months, plan to be there. Tl
will be worth more than the price of admission. It’s
Part of the formal introduction to the Carelin(
in Winston-Salem. Coordinators, project managers,
premier, now set for early September.
This picture story is about the making of The D
others, with their families, portrayed passengers. N
ramp area, the day of the shooting. They spent near!
cue. The plot and the leading actor won’t be^Jffeal
In addition to watching in-house talent take bo^
comfortable at work than actors. Because they are
casual. When no one was giving directions or mo\
was who among the camera crew was by their joggi
Turner Communications of Atlanta directed a
Liller Neal Weltin advertising agency.
The employees who were Thespians for a day
an increase in requests for passes to Hollywood.
Watch for The Movie. It is coming soon to your
It will be a benefit performance (pun intended)
Ken Pruitt, at right, of Winston maintenance assisted the cam
era crew in screening the windows for scenes shot inside the
Willie Green, who’s mother Nancy is in the personnel depart
ment, managed to take at least one break during the
Katie Barber, granddaughter of
escaped the throng of Thespia