William Jack and Ralph Heintz talk,and mass-production of automatic pilots for aircraft in Ohio,United States.
Cleveland Ohio USA Date:1943 Duration:3 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
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.
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