U.S. Business: Personal File: Jan. 25, 1963

∙ Nattily turned out in a grey civilian suit complete with vest, former NATO Supreme Commander Lauris Norstad, 55, showed up in Manhattan to take on a new post: president of the international division of Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. Explained Norstad, who turned over command of NATO to Army General Lyman Lemnitzer this month: "I did not want to stay on the fringes of the military. You need the stimulation of a fresh challenge." Fresh challenges are sure to come at Owens-Corning (1961 earnings: $14,300,000 on sales of $226,900,000), which is eager to expand...

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