Financial Seminar Offered At Temple

Posted: February 24, 1991

A five-week seminar called "Financial Management for the Entrepreneur" will be offered at Bright Hall on Wednesdays beginning this week at Temple University's Ambler Campus. Sessions will meet from 6 to 9 p.m.

The seminar will focus on how to set up an accounting system, how to prepare and interpret financial statements and how to analyze costs to increase profits. It will also explain tax issues affecting small businesses.

The seminar is presented by the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs and co- sponsored by the Wissahickon Valley Chamber of Commerce. The cost is $125.

For more information, call 787-7282.


The Chestnut Hill Business Association will host a Beauty and Fashion Fair

from 2 to 4 p.m. March 10 at the Sugarloaf Conference Center in Philadelphia. Tickets are $20.

For more information, call 247-6696.


The future growth of Montgomery Township will be the topic when the Montgomeryville Business Committee of the North Penn Chamber of Commerce meets at 10 a.m. March 1 in the chamber office, 515 Stump Rd., Suite 212.

Montgomery Township Manager Dan Olpere will head the discussion.

For more information, call 362-9200.

Jay Lamont, director of Temple University's Real Estate Institute, will discuss current economic trends in home sales at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Schultz Community Center at Meadowood, Worcester Township.

Lamont will offer suggestions for sellers who have been frustrated by a slow economy. Admission is free; preregistration is required.

Meadowbrook, a retirement community, is located on Route 73 just west of Route 363.

For more information, call 584-1000.


Perry J. DePietro of Elkins Park has been appointed assistant director of emergency medicine at Rolling Hill Hospital. DePietro was the director of emergency medicine at Zurbrugg Hospital in Riverside, N.J.

Harley C. Fasse has been named general manager of the Jomac Roller Co. of Warrington. Fasse will supervise Jomac's roller facilities in Warrington, Atlanta and Toronto, and will oversee the sales and marketing of Jomac's direct-sales force.

Richard J. Nagle has been appointed chairman of Betz Entec of Horsham and corporate vice president of its parent company, Betz Laboratories of Trevose.

J. Patrick Prader, formerly vice president of sales, has succeeded Nagle as Betz Entec's president. Nagle had been president of the company since it was formed in 1973.

Andrew B. Moisey, formerly national sales manager for Betz Entec's power division, was named to succeed Prader.

Betz Entec and its parent company provide chemicals used to prevent corrosion or buildup, and to improve the efficiency of industrial boilers; process cooling; heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and waste-water systems.

Richard J. Haselbarth of Lansdale, a 19-year banking veteran, has been named vice president of the National Bank of Boyertown. Haselbarth was vice president of lending for Sellersville Savings & Loan Association in Perkasie.

He is a graduate of Father Judge High School and La Salle University in Philadelphia.


Several Montgomery County nonprofit organizations have received contributions from the Community Fund, a charity sponsored by Mellon PSFS. They include the Abington Art Center, Community Housing Services, Interfaith Community Services, Manor Junior College, Nor Gwyn Food Cupboard, Roslyn Volunteer Fire Company, RSVP of Montco, Special Olympics, Strings for Schools, the Wissahickon Fire Company, and the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association.

PSFS split $20,000 among nonprofit organizations in Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties.

Neighbors welcomes news of your business. Please send information to Montgomery County Neighbors, 220 Lakeside Plaza Drive, Horsham, Pa. 19044-2355.

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