Workers engaged in the Jack & Heintz Company war plant, Bedford Ohio, during World War II
Bedford Ohio USA Date:1943, June Duration:3 min 1 sec Sound:NO SOUND
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.
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