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Eden, N. C„ July 27, 1970
No. 2
Unit Will Aid
lx Health Screening
'^hich
•crest’s large mobile health unit
— will provide new health services
liv ^^'^'^••ction employees has been dc-
and is being checked out before
its rounds of health clinics
•he Various mills.
(.g,.® he used at all manufacturing lo-
^^••ons, the mobile health unit will
6tn , make possible a voluntary
(.[y^:°yee health screening program in-
7‘s blood
chest
tests,
tests, blood pressure
x-rays, breathing tests,
'•'ill h'' chc. Initially, emphasis
hoti on hearing tests in connec-
Cqjj ^•th the Company-wide hearing
c*'''ation program.
hrst ^ ^chile unit was described as the
'••da f ^ kind and size in the textile
Hisa- J. G. Springer, Fieldcrest
ealth
director, said “This mobile
Cl® capability for
Sere cise of the most advanced
techniques in medicine and
help each employee to maintain his
(Continued on Page Four)
operations Started
Oj Worsted Plant
Hew Karastan Worsted Mill at
has is in partial operation and
etit *^hoduced some finished yam. Pres
in j®®*-'Hiates are that the plant will be
hand' °P®Hation by September 1 de-
"hiti °h' ^he delivery of some ma-
"’hich has been delayed.
Capg fc to provide additional spinning
^^ctuf- Karastan rug manu-
operation, the modern, air-
^li/j mill cost approximately
leet Ihillion and contains 50,000 square
by • Was constructed on land owned
h'ent ^^'^crest in the Industrial Develop-
horth on Highways 11 and 13
^ of Greenville.
y in full production, the addition-
^tngj^hufacturing facilities will furnish
boj,..^Hient for approximately 70 addi-
j, ‘ People.
Miij^^^oyees of the Karastan Spinning
i'Ol'ti) • ^Heenville are being offered op-
"h th transfer to the new mill
Hasgj h Basis of seniority in their job
(effg,'Cation. A number have trans-
some preferred to remain at
, ; - - jI «
Monty Hall of “Let’s Make A Deal” and contestant.
St. Marys TV Coverage Being Widened
'Old
or plant.
Last spring and fall, St. Marys do
mestics products were seen on daytime
and nighttime national television game
shows by millions of women during an
eight-week period.
According to subsequent surveys, this
exposure resulted in a markedly in
creased consumer knowledge of the St.
Marys brand.
Freedom Share Sales
Have Been Discontinued
The sale of Freedom Shares savings
certificates was discontinued by the
government after June 30, with none
being issued after that date.
The Fieldcrest Payroll Department
announces that balances remaining in
the Freedom Share account are being
transferred to the regular U. S. Sav
ings Bonds account.
Employees who wish to change their
Savings Bond deductions or bond de
nominations should fill out a new de
duction authorization card to be for
warded to the Payroll Department. The
cards may be obtained from the mill
personnel managers.
For fall 1970, St. Marys will expand
television coverage from eight to 10 net
work shows. NBC and ABC national
network game shows will include To
Tell The Truth, Beat The Clock, Truth
or Consequences, Movie Game, It Takes
Two, What’s My Line, The Newlywed
Game, Concentration, Sale of the Cen
tury, and Let’s Make A Deal.
Scheduled to go on air in September,
the show’s hosts, among them Garry
Moore on the long-playing To Tell the
Truth and Monty Hall on the up-and-
coming Let’s Make a Deal, will talk
about the St. Marys line as they give
away gifts of sheets, pillow cases, blank
ets, bedspreads, automatic blankets and
bath fashions to contestants.
The St. Marys-sponsored shows fill a
total of 224 time slots, giving the pro
duct an estimated exposure of one bil
lion times during the peak fall sales.
By combining the three major media
of radio, television and national maga
zines, the planned fall campaign as
sures an exciting and active season
ahead for St. Marys.
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