Events in the Glass Industry for 1943; Owens-Illinois Glass Co. events listed

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Glass Factory Year Book and Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 169-179, col. 1

Outstanding Events In Glass Industry

Of the Nation During the Year 1943


The Owens-Illinois Glass Company added two new members to its merchandising staff when R. R. Fowler was assigned to the Toledo office and C. E. Deger to the Chicago office.


R. H. Barnard, vice-president of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, takes active interest in efforts of American Legion to raise huge sum of money to be spent in warning the United States in the peril presented by the growth in this country of Communism and Facism.


William M. Temple, formerly connected with the Insulux Products division of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, is named manager of the company's new Washington, D. C., office.


Dr. Clarence Babcock, research physicist for Owens-Illinois Glass Company, heads new course in glass technology at University of Purdue.


J. H. Toulouse of Owens-Illinois Glass Company declares liquor industry's plan for reuse of bottles cannot help the situation, claiming the idea "completely impractical."


R. H. Barnard, vice-president of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, pledges old jobs to former employes now in service, in address at faithful service award banquet at Bridgeton, N. J., plant.


Keywords:Hemingray : Owens-Illinois Glass Company
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:July 4, 2011 by: Bob Stahr;