The personnel policies of the Jack and Heintz Co. of Cleveland, to increase wartime production in their Ohio factory to support the World War 2 war materiel effort. Manufacturers William Jack and Ralph M. Heintz talk in the office. William Jack (Bill Jack) looks at a book 'Clippings'. Clippings include Congressional Investigations and several pictures. The Secretary for Bill Jack looks at the newspapers. Bill Jack returns from Washington and is greeted by officials at the Cleveland Airport. View of airport terminal behind Bill Jack as he is interviewed by media. Bill Jack is interviewed by newsmen and talks about mass production of automatic pilot equipment for aircraft from his plant. Scene changes to interior of manufacturing plant where Jack and Heintz Company personnel work on manufacturing several pieces of airplane equipment, including control devices and automatic pilots. View of assembly line operations in the factory. Men and women plant workers wearing caps and hats with writing "Army - Navy" on them. Plant personnel pack the equipment in cartons and stack the cartons. Bill Jack talks to customer of the United States Armed Forces. View of exterior sign for the Carter Hotel, with another sign advertising its Fiesta Room. View inside of a Labor and Management staff meeting of the company conducted at Carter Hotel. Bill Jack presides over the meeting and talks about the increase in production. The staff members cheer and applaud.
The Jack and Heintz war plant in Bedford, Ohio, during World War 2, where the company made various aircraft parts and accessories for the U.S. Military. Opens showing several employees at work with a chalk board behind them displaying box scores up to the last inning of a baseball game between St. Louis and Cleveland. One employee enters a "2" in the last half of the 9th inning, showing a 2-1 win for St. Louis over Cleveland. Local workers nod their satisfaction. This segment is repeated two more times, with the man writing in the "2" again. Closeup of the box score with last half of 9th inning blank. The worker with chalk repeats his entry of "2" in the last box. This time, a worker tunes a radio sitting below the box score and listens. Closeup of a fish bowl atop the radio, containing fish. Closeup of employee holding his ear to the radio as he tunes it. He lights a cigarette. Closeup of fish swimming in the fish bowl. Camera zooms in on fish bowl showing Company Logo and JAHCo. plus "One for All and All for One,"and a flag showing half Navy and half Army, all imprinted on the fish bowl.
City of Cleveland in Ohio United States. Major productions are iron and steel. Elevated views from a tall building looking out over the city center buildings and streets below. Euclid Avenue Street, one of the famous streets. View of Sailors and Soldiers Monument in Cleveland Public Square, fountain, pedestrians walking in Cleveland, and streetcars on busy streets. Slate notes that the Cleveland street railway systems have attracted nationwide attention for their fixed 3 cent rate of fair, as long as the returns permit a 6% dividend upon an arbitrated valuation of the railway properties. Statue of founder General Moses Cleveland in the center of the city.
The work of black American civil rights leaders in the United States. Mayor Carl Burton Stokes, political leader in Cleveland, along with other officials at a formal gathering where former General Benjamin O. Davis Jr. takes oath of service as Public Safety Director and assumes duties in Cleveland. A board in the background reads 'City Of Cleveland'. Black and white police officers take oath of service. Carl Burton Stokes speaks to the people of Cleveland Ohio on snowy ground about a new hospital or hospital addition, and then sits in a moving bulldozer with a nurse and the machine operator.
State Capitol building in Ohio United States. Views of downtown Columbus, the state capital. People walking in the State University campus. Crowd of city people in the Ohio stadium. Ohio State Fair scenes. 'Ohio Welcomes You-ENTRANCE' seen on the gates of the State Fair. Men grooming a cow. City of Cleveland and buildings seen by Lake Erie. Rail terminal, train, busy downtown streets. People getting onto trains. Iron ore port is seen. Lake freighter coming to the port. Huge cranes loading raw materials in freighter. Birth place of Thomas A Edison, inventor of electric light bulb. Man in lighting institute shows working of light bulbs. World's smallest bulb at the tip of thin stick. Memorial to Wilbur and Orville Wright brothers,inventors of the first powered heavier- than- air aircraft.. Air planes flying during the Cleveland Air Races annual sky carnival. A formation of Air Force Boeing B-29 superfortress bombers flies overhead. Other U.S. Air Force aircraft fly past, including one jet aircraft that flies low and fast over the assembly. On the ground, a Convair B-36 "Peacemaker" bomber is on static display.
The personnel policies of the Jack and Heintz Co. of Cleveland, to increase production in Ohio, United States. A couple walk on a beach. The personnel of Jack and Heintz Co. watch the dance performance of a traditional dancer at the beach. The personnel swim and enjoy at the beach. A sign reads : 'Honeymoon Isle Florida'. The personnel enjoying boating. They eat food, play cards and tennis. A sign reads : 'Don't forget to write to the associates at work back home'. A couple write on a post card. The view of a building. The U.S. flag on a building. The personnel work in the plant of Jack and Heintz Company. A man writes on the notice board.