The Associations column in yesterday's Washington Business section reported incorrectly, based on information supplied to The Post, that a series of pamphlets produced by the Food Marketing Institute is available to the public. It is not.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has elected Frank L. Morsani, a Florida business executive and automobile dealer, as its 1985-86 chairman of the board and Edward Donley, chief executive officer for a chemical manufacturing firm in Pennsylvania, as its vice chairman.
Morsani, a longtime advocate of small-business interests, has served in several Chamber positions since his election to the board in 1977. He was chairman of the Small Business Council for five consecutive terms between 1977 and 1982.
Morsani, who will take office at the close of the Chamber's annual meeting tomorrow, also served as the Chamber's treasurer between 1982 and 1983. A delegate to the White House Conference on Small Business in 1980, Morsani received an appointment from President Reagan to the Small Business Administration Advisory Council in 1982.
In Florida, Morsani is chairman of the board, president and principal owner of Precision Enterprises Inc., which owns and operates several automobile dealerships in the Tampa area.
He also is the chairman of the board for First Tampa Capital Corp., a small-business investment company; Business Group Inc., a management consulting firm, and Patriot Life Insurance Co.
He is president of the Tampa Bay Baseball Group Inc., which is actively seeking a major baseball team for the Tampa Bay area, and also has received several national awards for his work in the auto industry.
Donley, who will assume the post of vice chairman tommorrow, is chairman and chief executive officer of Air Products and Chemicals Inc. in Allentown, Pa. He also is a director of American Standard Inc., Mellon Bank Corp. and the Pennsylvania Power and Light Co.
The United States Chamber of Commerce has more than 200,000 member companies and associations nationwide. TRADE
The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association has elected Robert A. Schoellhorn, chairman and chief executive officer of Abbott Laboratories in Illinois, as its 1984-85 chairman of the board. Schoellhorn will preside over the association's 37 directors, who represent the interests of PMA's research-based pharmaceutical manufacturer members across the country. William R. Miller, executive vice president of Bristol Myers Co. in New York, was selected as chairman-elect, and Fred W. Lyons Jr., president and chief executive officer of the Marion Laboratories Inc. in Kansas City, Mo., was re-elected treasurer of the association. PMA also has hired Robert F. Allnutt, currently vice president of Communications Satellite Corp., as its new senior vice president for policy and administration.
The National Telephone Cooperative Association has appointed Stuart E. Proctor Jr., former assistant director of national affairs for the American Farm Bureau Federation, director of government affairs. Deborah J. Rafal, an accountant with the firm of Arthur Andersen & Co. for the past 10 years, has been appointed director of finance for the NTCA. NTCA represents more than 450 small locally owned and controlled telephone systems across the country.
The Food Marketing Institute has published a set of booklets to help consumers understand the factors that affect supermarket food prices. The six pamphlets describe the role of the supermarket in American business and the effects of energy, supply, inventory, taxes and capital costs on the prices that consumers are charged. The "Key Cost Series" is available free of charge through the publication sales department of the Food Marketing Institute. Call 452-8444.