Wingfoot Clan - Aircraft Edition 1943 07 21
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affair means no shutdown of vital war production the second annual goodyear around the clock rvnic will be held at summit park from 10 a m to midnight friday august 20 the employes activities ment in charge of all ements bid edmund er of the department said owing ideas proved dur it year's successful outing 13 picnic shows promise of bigger and better park ircraft officials are doing hing to make the 14-hour a greater attraction than is last year when an ited 32,000 were in attend re will be no shutdown of var production on the day i picnic to accommodate 1 shift workers and their ies the attractions iled for the evening will e held during the middle le of the 1943 picnic high are special low prices on irk attractions including rank buck zoo midway , free round and square s at noon and in the g band concerts interna free attraction swim roller skating souvenirs des for the kiddies angements will be made adcast some of the dance in the evening over a to-coast mutual network s done last year h week until the outing clan will have a story ng latest details on the , identification pictures for iployes and their families e distributed to employes rh the plant departments days before the picnic w a circle around the day ate â€” friday august 20 1 plan to attend the picnic keep eh flying iome newcomers ign engineering dept lant c has a number of mployes walter reid is minneapolis harold weida canton henry durick from worcester mass and vir Â» ginia moon dorcas thompson and viola moon some of them are here for the summer and will return to college in the fall employes cautioned not to discuss changes outside plant by h e blythe vice president and general manager a statement by the truman committee reports that the army plans to taper off the production of b-26 bombers and use the facilities to produce other types of planes no official announcement has been made by the army as to the exact nature of those changes however i can tell you we are already in on a new job much bigger and more im portant than the b-26 i wanl you to know this but i also want to caution you not to discuss the changes outside the plant the strategy of the battle front changes with conditions and industry's job is to produce whatever the army or navy from time to time needs that's the reason for the change now above all don't worry about your job i can give you assurance that we are not going to lay off personnel the army needs more planes not less general knudson reminded us monday that america is build ing 7,000 planes a month and needs 10,000 we will still have plenty to do also the projected change over to a new type of plane wil necessarily be a gradual one extending over several months and as the b-26 goes down ii production the new plane wil come up thus utilizing the time and ability of everyone i would like to take this oc casion to say one thing to every man and woman in plants b and c who is affected by the change supervision and stafl people must study every phase of their new assignments an ticipate their needs see tha materials and equipment are ready when needed so that the changeover can be made smoothly and efficiently also i ask the people in the shop to study the requirements of their jobs so that they too will be ready to change over immediately to whatever new tasks may await them a change of this magnitude is a challenge to all of us â€” to the ingenuity and resourceful ness of american industry ant to the alertness and workman continued on page 2 members of the ohio selective service board in columbus were recent visitors to goodyear aircraft plants and wingfoot lake pictured at lunch are lieut j s beattie ina aircraft captain f g beattie liaison officer columbus major w c averill executive officer columbus j h fitch and d c vaughn aircraft selective service officers engineer will be speaker thursday in goodyear theater use suggestion boxes for items listen to good program tuesday another good program is scheduled for tuesday night at 7:30 over the nbc red net work it's the goodyear salute to youth program various features will be offered with the usual high-class vocal and in strumental music don't fail to tune in program in the akron area comes over wtam cleve land keep em flying r m rollins plant c elec trical department has left air craft to join the navy he is at great lakes lou lingler engineer with the sheffield corporation manu facturers of precision instru ments gauges and tool room products will speak to goodyear aircraft and goodyear tire men in the goodyear theater thursday july 22 at 8 o'clock p m key men in engineering inspection production depart ment heads supervision instruc tors inspectors and members of the engineering departments are requested to attend the lecture will cover the new types of production gaug ing equipment and some phases of dimensional control which have been developed since the war started slide films will be used and the program will include an open forum question and answer period keep em flyino employes are asked to use the suggestion boxes through out all plants when they have items to submit for publication in the clan names used should be printed and all information must be written legibly when names of employes are used the number and name of the department in which they work must be given the clan office is in the em ployment office building next to the a-b gatehouse the tele phone number is ext 8272 well well hackey arrives on page 7 in the clan appears the first in a series of sketches which will tell the story of debo hackensworth tuckaway who will soon be known to the thousands of aircraft employes as just plain hackey hackey is the product of the pen o aubrey crawford a former commercial art ist now employed in maintenance dept 53 , plant d hackey is likewise a brain-chile of the labor-management sub-committee on safety which will utilize his mis-adven tures in order to put across lessons in safety guaranteed to contain many laughs th sketches will show hackey making manj mistakes or pointing out how he is the un willing victim of others errors if th character gives aircrafters moments of fui and at the same time helps reduce lost time through accidents the labor-management committee and crawford will feel that hackey is doing a good job at aircraft turn to page 7 for the first of hackey's adventures and then watch for him every week picnic held by 60 dept 518 members about sixty members of dept 518 an their families attended a picnic at kepler's landing from noon to midnight every one reported it was a grand affair lenny bayuk who had been in dept 518 as an engineering representative of the corsair company this spring attended the picnic having stopped in akron on his way home from his vacation in minneapolis ayr ll bl*ld '
|Title||Wingfoot Clan - Aircraft Edition 1943 07 21|
|Publisher||Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company|
|Coverage||United States; Ohio; Akron|
|Subject||Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company|
|Description||The Wingfoot Clan - America First In The Air - Aircraft Edition was published in the interest of Goodyear Akron employees. It began publication in 1941.|
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|Contributors||Archival Services, University Libraries, The University of Akron|
|Relation||Goodyear's Wingfoot Clan Aircraft Edition|